2018 Boise State Football Recruiting Prospects
- Barry Bolton | Cougfan1:15 PM
RECRUITING CONNECTIONS are always fascinating to study. But few of them go back this far. The Cougs are recruiting hard 4-star QB prospect Cammon Cooper out of Lehi, Utah, this spring. And Cooper’s head coach in high school and one WSU assistant go back more than 30 years.
- Kevin Sinclair | IrishIllustrated.com7:51 AM
On Thursday, coach Brian Polian stopped by powerhouse Mater Dei to check on three offered recruits. The most notable of the talented trio was five-star wide receiver Amon Ra St. Brown, who spoke with Irish Illustrated shortly after the visit.
- Chris McCulley | eDuckYesterday at 12:55 PM
Back on March 21, we spoke to 4-star quarterback Brevin White, 6-2, 185, Paraclete HS, Lancaster, Calif., and he told he hadn't heard much from the Ducks, but he'd like to visit Eugene. Fast forward to April 20 and we talked with White again and he said that he visited the Ducks last week and was highly impressed.
- Braulio Perez | CougfanYesterday at 9:00 AM
WHEN IT COMES to the recruitment of 4-star quarterback Cammon Cooper, the WSU coaches have made it quite clear where they stand with the touted signal caller. They want him in crimson and in Pullman in 2018. Cooper has had the Cougars among his top schools for quite some time, and a move by WSU on Wednesday definitely stood out to him.
- Kevin Sinclair | IrishIllustrated.comSaturday at 5:09 AM
Questions about where Notre Dame sits with some of its top targets are about to be answered. But what would a commitment from Kevin Austin, P.J. Mustipher, Dallas Gant or Chase Cota mean? Irish Illustrated explains how those players would change the face this Irish class.
- Kevin Sinclair | IrishIllustrated.com04/20/2017
Versatile California athlete Jevon Holland did it all in leading Bishop O’Dowd to a state title last season. Notre Dame took notice and has made him a priority. So have some Pac-12 powerhouses. Still, the Irish appear to stand out.
- Kevin Sinclair | IrishIllustrated.com04/19/2017
Four-star linebacker Jack Lamb was offered by Notre Dame on Tuesday and the 6-foot-4, 218-pound junior has fit profile for the Irish from the start. Lamb talked to Irish Illustrated about his excitement following Notre Dame’s move.
- Talo Steves | Total Blue Sports04/18/2017
Coming in at around 6-3, 173-pounds, Dallas Taylor Cortez of Chaminade High School (CA) was the first to receive a BYU scholarship. The 2018 cornerback prospect currently places BYU at the top of his list and wants to take an official to the campus.