Arguably Boise State’s biggest signing is three-star pocket passer Jake Constantine from Adolfo Camarillo High (Camarillo, CA). Constantine was also heavily recruited by Colorado State, Fresno State and San Diego State.
Just committed to Boise state I can not thank god enough thank you everyone who has helped me get through this pic.twitter.com/Z7G4dn24e3— Jake Constantine (@jakeconst8) January 24, 2016
At Adolfo Camarillo High last season, Jake threw for 3988 yards and 51 touchdowns, and led his school to the state championship with a 15-1 record. Constantine is known as a competitor that can read the field extremely well, and Boise State sees him as a long term development project with tremendous upside.
Though Constantine will not be battling for a starting position anytime soon, but he is a player that Boise State sees as someone that they can mold into their own type of player.
Constantine is the only quarterback that Boise State signed. He looks to learn from Mountain West Freshmen of the Year Brett Rypien, who made a very successful transition last year. In Constantine’s highlight reel it can be seen how in fact Constantine is fast paced pocket passer who can move a team quickly up field. You can see the video here.