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2017 Boise State Recruiting Roundup: 10/03/16

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The game may not have gone how some Bronco fans thought it might, but the Broncos are 4-0. They also have not trailed at all this season with Miami being the only other school who can claim that. That’s serious business right there. Our defense is playing lights out, and while our offense has a few things to work on, we aren’t in bad shape in the least.

We got a couple of GO BRONCOS today, so they have been added to this list. Let’s check in on all of the future Broncos and see how they fared this week!

Jermani Brown, ATH, Midlothian HS (Midlothian, VA)

I misspoke last week stating that the Trojans had Huguenot on Friday. They did not play last week, but they get Huguenot at home tonight.

Marques Evans, DB, Newbury Park HS (Newbury Park, CA)

Newbury Park blanked Gardena 45-0, moving to 5-1 on the year. While I could not find stats for Marques, I was able to find that he caught a 38 yard TD, which is great. Like Jermani, he also has some early season highlights. Newbury Park gets Oaks Christian at home this Friday.

Zeke Birch, DT, Madison HS (Rexburg, ID)

Madison remains unbeaten after defeating Rigby 28-20 on Friday. Unfortunately, stats could not be found for Zeke. Madison takes on Aisa Kelemete’s Highland Rams on Thursday.

Aisa Kelemete, DE, Highland HS (Pocatello, ID)

Highland moved to 3-3 on the year after beating Bonneville 36-19. Per usual, no stats could be found for this game. There was an interesting tweet though:

Aisa returned the previous game from a torn labrum that will require surgery at the end of the season. Did he reinjure his shoulder? Or was Michael merely reiterating that he had returned from a shoulder injury last week? Hopefully the latter.

Either way, Highland takes on undefeated Madison on Thursday. Also, Aisa is a massive individual.

Isiah Moore, OT, Mesa CC (Mesa, AZ)

Mesa took down Scottsdale CC 35-26, improving to 4-1. There was no box score available for this game as there usually is. Isiah does however have a couple highlights from the game and a midseason highlight tape.

Mesa is looking for revenge on Saturday against Pheonix College.

Breydon Boyd, LB, Katy HS (Katy, TX)

I made a mistake last week stating that Katy had Seven Lakes visiting last Friday. They are actually visiting THIS week and Katy had a bye last week. Maybe if I would read, right? Breydon was on a visit to Boise State, his 4th I believe, with quite a few other recruits. He did his part.

Michael Young, DB, Dodge City CC (Dodge City, KS)

Dodge City handled Independence on Saturday, winning 37-32. They move to 5-1 on the season. Michael had 6 total tackles, 3 solo, .5 a tackle for loss for a yard. That makes 23 tackles, 14 solo, .5 TFL, 1 INT, 5 pass breakups and 2 blocked kicks for the year for Michael. Not a bad place to be with 5 games left. Dodge City plays Iowa Western on the 8th.

Chase Cord, QB, Sunrise Mountain HS (Peoria, AZ)

Sunrise Mountain bounced back from their loss with a 27-7 win over Moon Valley on Friday, moving to 5-1 on the season. There was some concern that Chase was hurt as he didn’t record any stats. Fortunately, the school simply confirmed they were giving him a break this week to allow their sophomore to get some playing time.

Sunrise Mountain travels to Cactus on Friday.

Mike Young, OT, Queen Creek HS (Queen Creek, AZ)

Queen Creek improved to 6-1 this week after beating Mesquite 23-9. Mike was credited with 1 pancake block, 5 total tackles, 2 solo and 1 TFL. Queen Creek gets Campo Verde at home this Friday.

Quentin Brown, DB, Conroe HS (Conroe, TX)

Quentin’s Conroe Tigers are coming off a bye week. They are currently 3-2 for the season, 0-1 in conference play. In their previous game they lost to Oak Ridge 38-13. The Tigers get Montgomery at home on Friday.

Tyreque Jones DB, San Gorgonio HS (San Bernardino, CA)

Tyreque’s SGHS Spartans are also coming off a bye and are 2-3 on the season. They haven’t started league play yet. Their previous game was a 35-7 loss to Oak Hills. Tyreque had 4 rushes for 14 yards and a TD, 1 reception for 3 yards, 4 total tackles, 2 solo, one interception and 2 passes defended. He basically did all of the things.

Indian Springs visits the Spartans on Thursday to start conference play.

That will do it this week for the future Broncos.