Boise ATH Commits To Broncos

Rocky Mountain HS ATH Kekoa Nawahine (Meridian, ID) picked up an offer from Boise State earlier this week & verbally committed to the Broncos just one day later. The talented ATH can play on either side of the ball & will join the team in 2016 following his LDS mission. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his commitment to Boise State & his future as a Bronco.

Rocky Mountain HS ATH Kekoa Nawahine (Meridian, ID) picked up an offer from Boise State earlier this week and decided to verbally commit to the Broncos just one day later as he became the tenth verbal commitment for the 2014 recruiting class on Tuesday. The talented ATH can play on either side of the ball and will join the team in 2016 following his LDS mission.

"Coach Pete offered me on Monday night after we toured the new facility," he said. "I called and committed the next day," he added.

"We sat in his office for 45 minutes," he stated. "He talked about the OKG, how they build you as a person, and the academics as well. Coach Pete is a great coach and person."

"They like my versatility," said Wahine. "I can play on both sides of the ball. Coach Pete also told me that he likes my effort and athletic ability."

He went on to say that he grew up a Bronco fan and is excited for the opportunity to play on The Blue.

"I'm really excited," he said. "Growing up a Bronco fan, it's great that I'll be able to play there too. They're about getting better on each day at Boise State. Coach Pete is all about that and being consistent. You can win as much as they have when you have a bunch of committed guys."

"I'm 100% committed."

So, what does Kekoa Nawahine (6'2, 190, 4.6) bring to the gridiron?

"I bring effort and consistency," he said. "Playing on offense comes a bit more natural to me, but I love playing defense too," he added.

Through eleven games he has 45 receptions for 834 yards and 5 TDs on offense. On defense, he has racked up 63 tackles, 4 INTs, and 2 sacks.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Kekoa Nawahine.




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