Boise State is very much in need of a quarterback for the 2014 class and while the Broncos are making a late push for four-star Brad Kaaya, but the more realistic option is Reno, Nev., Brock Raggio. Raggio has been flying under the radar with no offers to speak of.
Offensive coordinator Mike Sanford went out to see Raggio throw, and he liked what he saw in the 6-foot-3, 200-pound signal-caller:
"I think I did pretty good, I might have pressed a little," Raggio said. "He (Mike Sanford) said I have a really good arm and they really liked me. He said I could really push the ball downfield and I have a big arm."
UCLA also came out to watch Raggio throw, and they echoed the same words that Sanford said about Raggio. The Bruins may not be a real threat since they are not really in the market for another quarterback.
One other aspect that could possibly complicate things for Boise State landing Raggio is that he also pitches on the baseball team and he is getting some interest in that area too. The Broncos do not have a baseball team and that is where another school, such as Nevada, could come in and get him because the school has both options.