A Vanderbilt commit since July of 2012, K.J. Carta-Samuels is interested in exploring his options - two of which are Washington and Boise State. If the name sounds familiar, it's because his brother Austyn had his lunch handed to him by Boise State when quarterbacking for Wyoming.
Boise State is in desperate need of some quarterback depth for the 2014 season, and short of going the garbage-pickin'-field-goal-kickin' open tryout route, that depth will need to arrive via the next recruiting class. Who might be on Boise State's radar? These guys, possibly: Brock Raggio from Reno (requires three-month decontamination upon commitment), Brad Kaaya from Los Angeles (a Miami Hurricanes commit), and Carta-Samuels.
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The former Boise State commit could become a former USC commit and a Bronco recommit. Recruiting is a strange drug.
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