Boise State lands first commitment from a recruit in Idaho. It’s from a 300-pound OT

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Boise State landed its first 2023 commitment from an Idaho recruit on Monday.

Owyhee offensive lineman Carson Rasmussen announced his commitment on Twitter — becoming the eighth member of the Broncos’ 2023 class and the fifth recruit to commit in the past seven days.

Boise State picked up four commitments in four days last week. Running back Jambres “Breezy” Dubar opened the floodgates on Tuesday, followed by wide receiver Jackson Grier on Wednesday. Cornerback Franklyn Johnson Jr. joined the class on Thursday, and offensive tackle Kyle Cox committed on Friday.

Rasmussen is a three-star offensive tackle, according to 247Sports, which ranks him as the No. 2 offensive lineman and No. 8 overall recruit in Idaho. The 6-foot-5, 300-pound senior-to-be also has scholarship offers from San Diego State, Air Force, Army, Idaho, Idaho State and Portland State.

Boise State offered Rasmussen a scholarship on Saturday, and he wasted no time becoming the third offensive lineman to join the Broncos’ 2023 class. Center Jason Steele was the first, committing in April.

Boise State’s 2023 recruiting class

QB CJ Tiller, 6-3, 200, Rancho Cucamonga (California) High

LB Wyatt Milkovic, 6-1, 233, Basha (Arizona) High

OL Jason Steele, 6-4, 280, Murrieta Valley (California) High

RB Jambres Dubar, 6-0, 200, Anna (Texas) High

WR Jackson Grier, 6-0, 175, St. Thomas Aquinas High (Florida)

CB Franklyn Johnson Jr., 5-11, 175, Little Elm (Texas) High

OT Kyle Cox, 6-6, 270, Eatonville (Washington) High

OT Carson Rasmussen, 6-5, 300, Owyhee (Idaho) High

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