Boise State is in need of a quarterback.
In fact, with the departure of Nick Patti, the Broncos are probably in need of two of them.
According to Brian Murphy of the Idaho Statesman, JUCO transfer Thomas Stuart has committed to become a Bronco. The attention is now directed at the incoming freshman class.
Brad Kaaya is the player that Dylan Sumner-Gardner has been reported to have been encouraging to become a Bronco with him.
Kaaya is an incredible pro-style quarterback with offers from several schools including Washington, Maryland, San Diego State, UCLA and Miami. He is verbally committed to the Hurricanes, but is scheduled to visit Boise on January 24 (according to 247Sports).
He could probably make bigger waves in Boise than he could in Miami, and the chance of being a four-year starter are a real possibility as a Bronco. If Boise State were to land Kaaya, the 2014 recruiting class would be far better than any expected.
However, at this point, it is still a long shot.
K.J. Carta-Samuels is another incredible talent, and he would make an equally big splash on The Blue. He visited Boise recently, and only time will tell how it all went.
Carta-Samuels has a large number of offers as well. Vanderbilt, Penn State, Arizona and Washington are just some of them. The talented pro-style quarterback visited the Huskies just before coming to Boise. He is also considered a long shot, but if the Broncos land him, expect absolutely incredible things.
Brock Raggio is a name many fans in Boise have probably not heard of before. However, according to Nick Ruland of the Times-News, they might want to get familiar it.
Raggio is a 6'3", 200-pound pro-style quarterback that has a strong arm and great touch.
If you watch his highlights, it is easy to see what the Broncos see in him. However, it's not easy to understand why others haven't been knocking on his door.
There are some issues with his mechanics, but with head coach Bryan Harsin and offensive coordinator Mike Sanford around, this kid could become a very good quarterback.
Of all three, Raggio is the one most likely to land in Boise. However, there are no doubt other QB's being looked at by the Broncos coaching staff.
It will be fun to watch. And, in reality, whoever the Broncos grab will be a good fit for the team.