Signees: 3-star Alex Ogle (Jensen Beach High School, Jensen Beach, Fla.) and 2-star Tommy Stuart (Butte College, Oroville, Calif.)
Boise State needed at least one quarterback in its 2014 recruiting class. However, two are even better after the early departure of redshirt freshman Nick Patti, who decided to transfer to UCF, per the Orlando Sentinel.
The Broncos were able to fill Patti's spot with JUCO transfer Tommy Stuart. All he did as a freshman was lead his team to a national championship. He now has four years to play three.
Stuart is a pro-style quarterback and will fit nicely in Harsin's new system. Patti probably wouldn't have fit as well, and that might be part of the reason the more mobile quarterback went back to Florida.
The Broncos also landed Alex Ogle. The 3-star pro-style quarterback has some things to work on such as footwork and the tendency to throw the ball into traffic when pressured. At the high school level, he was able to complete some of those passes, but it all changes at the next level.
Still, he has a tremendous upside.
First, his attitude is incredible, and he seems to be the kind of overlooked and underestimated recruit coming out of high school that the Broncos love so much. The other thing he has going for him is an incredible arm.
Ogle can throw the ball with the best of them, and it is going to be fun to watch him develop.