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Broncos 2015 LB recruit on Boise State – “family-like”

Anthony Camargo, a 6’3”, 215-pound linebacker from La Puente, California, has been offered by Boise State to join their 2015 recruiting class. Camargo is a consensus three-star recruit that also plays running back for Bishop Amat Memorial High School.

Camargo’s main point of contact at Boise State has been linebacker coach Andy Avalos and head coach Bryan Harsin. He says that Boise State is one of the schools that has shown him a lot of interest, more so than others that have extended offers.

“I think it’s a great school and I think there are a lot of great things about the coaching staff,” Camargo said about Boise State. “I love talking to them. They’ve been so kind and generous. The atmosphere they have is really family-like… Amat is like family too, so I see some of the same things between the two programs.”

Camargo has not taken an official visit to Boise State yet, but got to see the blue turf in person and thought it was astounding. He is looking forward to visiting Boise in the future to tour the facilities and meet the entire coaching staff.

In addition to the Bronco’s offer, Camargo holds offers from 10 other universities including: Washington, Washington State, Fresno State, Nevada, Utah State, Brown, Villanova, Yale, and UPenn.

Camargo remains uncommitted at this time and does not plan on making a decision until him and his family can discuss his future and narrow down schools that will best suit him.

 

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Steven Rodriguez
Born-and-raised in Southern California, Steven loves all teams LA, but Bleeds Blue now more than ever. After graduating Boise State University's business school, Steven continues to support his beloved alma mater. He has a passion for all things sports, but loves analyzing college football plays and statistics. He is also an Internet Marketer by day and enjoys all outdoor activities when he is not devoting his time to following Boise State athletics.

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