Brian Losness-US PRESSWIRE
Boise State landed Dwyer high school cornerback Jonathan Moxey.
With signing day approacing in less than two weeks, Boise State coaches have picked up another verbal commit for their 2013 class. The latest pledge is two-star cornerback Jonathan Moxey who comes from West Palm Beach, Fla.
Moxey comes from Dwyer High school which is a program that was ranked nationally this past season, and the school won their regional championship this past year.
During Moxey's senior season, he had an amazing 13 passes broken up and nine inerception. He also was named to the 7A third-team. Coming from a successfull program is always a good thing since he should be used to winning.
Moxey selected Boise State over offers he had from Bowling Green, Florida Atlantic, Georgia State, Tulane and Middle Tennessee State. With offers only from the Eastern half of the United States, Moxey could be a sleeper recruit. Another advantage of getting Moxey is that it can possibly create a pipeline at that school, and keep their Florida connections intact down the road.
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