Rocky Mountain High senior Kekoa Nawahine has committed to play for the Boise State football team. Grizzlies coach Scott Criner said that the wide receiver and free safety committed to the Broncos around 5 p.m. on Tuesday.

Nawahine has caught 45 passes this season for 834 yards and has five receiving touchdowns.

He will be joined at Boise State by Rocky Mountain teammate Khalil Oliver who committed to the Broncos before the season started.

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  • John Wustrow is the sports editor of the Idaho Press-Tribune. He is a Michigan native and a graduate of Indiana University.


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