"It just seems like the right place for me," Kelemete said. "I love how the coaches are always there for you. I love how they will do anything to help a player if they need it."
Over the years Kelemete's school has established itself as a Division-I factory that churns out extremely talented football players. Despite being in-state, Boise State has not fared well in recruiting Highland athletes. But Kelemete, a class of 2017 athlete, looks to change that trend with his pledge.
"Boise is known for winning, and who doesn't love winning?" he said.
Kelemete has stated that the possibility of playing in the PAC-12 has always intrigued to him. But the lure of the Broncos was too much to pass up.
"I mean, the PAC-12 is sweet, but the Boise family seems like it fits me," he said.
He says his commitment is solid.
"I'm just focusing on making myself better so I can come to Boise and do what I love," he said.
Kelemete will be in Boise for the Utah State Oct. 1 on an official visit. That's the only visit he has planned.
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