Texas Playmaker Looking For Chance To Shine

Since June, Texas prep wide receiver David Racine has been finding blue and orange-colored envelopes in his mail box. Racine, from Cedar Ridge High School (Round Rock, Texas) does not have an offer from Boise State, but is putting in the work to earn one. In early June he ran a 4.46 40-yard dash at a camp in Belton, Texas. The performance there sparked interest from the Bronco coaches.

“I talked to coach (Steve) Caldwell and he asked me to go to a camp at Boise State,” said 6-foot-2, 180-pound David Racine. “I called him later and showed up at the camp in June. I’ve been receiving letters since then.”

The Texas speedster does not hold any offers as of yet, but he is hearing from the Broncos, New Mexico and Texas State.

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“We’ve just been staying in touch,” Racine said about his relationship with the Boise State coaching staff. “I’m working on my speed and trying to get bigger. I’m working during the offseason. I’m doing a lot of grinding.”

Racine feels he will be a playmaker wherever he ends up playing college football. He says his unique combination of size and speed will be a nightmare for defensive backs.

“I can play slot, wide out, kick return and I’m tall,” Racine said. “I get those jump balls.”


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