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Boise State recruit profile: Jeremy McNichols

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Evidence of Bryan Harsin's offensive genius can be seen in Jeremy McNichols, a three-star wide receiver destined for a Pac-12 school who flipped a commitment to come to Boise State ... and play running back. What does Harsin have up his sleeve, besides a tattoo of a playcall sheet? McNichols sounds like a dangerous threat with elusiveness to spare - a supersized Shane Williams-Rhodes (which equates to normal size everybody else) or Devan Demas with wide receiver pedigree. How he fits at running back remains an exciting mystery, wrapped in an enigma, wrapped in a touchdown, covered in enchilada sauce. Sorry, that much wrapping makes me think of burritos.

Vitals

Position: Running back

Height: 6-0

Weight: 185 pounds

Hometown: Santa Margarita, California (Santa Margarita HS)

Other offers: Utah, Fresno State, Colorado State

  • Scout.com says: 3 stars, No. 157 wide receiver nationwide
  • Rivals says: 3 stars
  • ESPN says: 3 stars, 75 rating, No. 145 wide receiver nationwide

Non-vitals

Mark Johnson pseudonym: Jeremy St. Nicholas

Chris Berman nickname: Jeremy McNichols and McDimes

Anagram: Mr. Josh My License

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Scouting report

Via ESPN:

Has some tools where he could be a big play threat. He is solid after a catch because of his strength, wiggle and balance. Has decent straight-ahead speed.

LOFTY wiggle.

Boise State depth chart at running back

Jay Ajayi, junior

Jack Fields, junior

Devan Demas, sophomore

Derrick Thomas, senior

Charles Bertoli, sophomore

Jamel Hart, sophomore

* = presumed starters in italics

Chance that Chris Petersen flips him to UW

Small. McNichols has already flipped once from a Pac-12 schools, and as sharks smell chum, so Chris Petersen catches the whiff of indecision and pounces. Be decisive at Subway, people; you never know who's in line behind you.