3-Star QB Micah Wilson De-commits from Boise State, flips to Missouri

Late Thursday night Coach Harsin and Boise State lost their quarterback commit for the 2016 class just weeks away from national singing day, leaving the coaches and program scrambling to fill the spot left by Oklahoma QB Micah Wilson after he later switched his commitment to Missouri.




Wilson, a 3-star prospect originally committed to the Broncos back on April 26th of last year.

Wilson’s departure comes after the Boise State football program recently lost their offensive Coordinator Eliah Drinkwitz to NC State on January 11th.

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Wilson completed 71% of his passes during his senior year, recording an insane 56:2 touchdown to interception ratio. The big, tall quarterback has long arms and an effortless throwing motion. He also ran for 596 yards and 11 touchdowns. Wilson is great at rolling out of the pocket and hitting his receivers in stride as well as stepping up in the pocket in rhythm to hit receivers on traditional drop backs. Wilson can thread throws inside tight widows containing multiple defenders as well. His beautiful throwing motion is often utilized after quick and confident ball fakes on the defense.




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Robert J Pfeifer

Robert was born in Boise and raised in Meridian, Idaho. He spent his whole life in the Treasure Valley before moving away to Moscow for college. He owns his own website where he covers recruiting and writes other in-depth articles about Boise State. He also helps with the Idaho Statesman’s High School Football coverage.

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