Committed to Playing Soon

Four-star wide receiver Anthony Boyles (6-3, 185, 4.5) from Serra High School in Gardena (Calif.) said he has at least 25 offers. "Washington has a lead somewhere between solid and big over Oregon, Oregon State, UNLV and Washington State (all have offered)," Boyles said.

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"My best qualities are my quickness and my first step off the ball. I do want to work on my strength a little bit," he said.

"Washington's wide receiver coach, (Eric) Yarber, tells me the truth—he's trustworthy and we have good communication. At Washington, I would be able play as a freshman. I would also have a good chance at reaching the national championship while I am there, and possibly make it to the NFL.

"Oregon has a good program because they throw the ball," Boyles said.

"Oregon State is known for throwing the ball and they have good quarterbacks.

"UNLV is in a great atmosphere because it's by Las Vegas, and the football team isn't that bad either," he said.

"Washington State needs a good wide receiver to get to where they need to be, and I believe I'm the man for the job.

"I haven't visited anywhere yet because I'm waiting until the season begins to take official visits. But if my SAT score comes back above a 730, I will meet Washington's requirements to get in and I will probably commit then. If I commit this summer, I won't have to worry about official visits," Boyles said.

"My top five schools all have good programs because they throw the ball a lot. That's really important to me; but my biggest thing is, I don't want to go anywhere I'd have to redshirt. I'm going somewhere I can play as a freshman."

Boyles bench presses 255 and vertically jumps 35".

He reports a 2.7 core GPA and awaits his June 3 SAT.

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