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Boise State adds new commitments to the offense

Utah OL Tennessee Suesue and California TE David Lucero are the second and third Boise State recuits pledged to new head coach Bryan Harsin and his Broncos

Bronco Stadium, Boise, Idaho.
Bronco Stadium, Boise, Idaho.
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Offensive lineman Tennessee Suesue, 6-2, 295 lbs, out of East High in Salt Lake City, Utah, is one the latest commitments to the Boise State football program. Suesue was an anchor on East’s offensive line which accounted for 5,326 rushing yards and 66 rushing touchdowns this season. He was offered by Boise State on Friday and he accepted Saturday. Suesue is expected to play center for the Broncos.

"I had to talk to my family first because I didn’t want to chose by myself and for myself. I wanted to see what my family wanted to do," Suesue told the Deseret News. "They supported me 100 percent. It was pretty easy when we called coach (Harsin) after we got the letter."

David Lucero, 6-5, 215 lbs, is a versatile TE and a deep threat out of Holtville high school in Holtville, California. This past season he had 38 catches for 819 yards that averaged 21.55 yards a catch and was instrumental in the Vikings closing out their season with an 11-2 record.

Suesue and Lucero join four-star West Mesquite, Texas, senior Dylan Sumner-Gardner who was reported here yesterday as the first three commitments to new head coach Bryan Harsin’s 2014 class.

The Mountain West Connection has also learned that WR Michael Murray, a 6-0, 190 pound senior out of Fridley, Minnesota plans to walk on at Boise State. Murray had 40 receptions for 482 yards and 4 TDs, and 48 carries for 198 yards and 4 TDs as a junior. In his 8 games as a sophomore, Murray had 31 receptions for 547 yards and 3 TDs and carried the ball 62 times for 311 yards and 4 TDs.