The Boise St. Broncos picked up their fourth verbal recruit of the 2013 class, and third Idaho-native, when left tackle Eli McCullough committed on May 31. McCullough went to Rocky Mountain High School out of Meridan, Idaho and measures in at a good size for an offensive lineman at 6-foot-5 and 255 pounds.
As of now McCullough has not been evaluated by all of the recruiting services, but Rivals has him listed as a two-star prospect. McCullough chose Boise State over offers he held from the Idaho Vandals, Washington St. Cougars and the Army Black Knights.
According to McCullough, he has always wanted to play for Boise State ever since the eighth grade:
"I had a dream - at the end of that season, I kind of went berserk in football and really, really wanted to play at Boise State."
McCullough has attended two Boise State camps and won an offensive lineman award in 2010 at the junior varsity level and in 2011 at the varsity level.
He has plenty of room to grow since he has only played one year of varsity football and in that season he was hampered by a wrist injury. McCullough is also a track and field star and recently won the Idaho state title in the shot put and finished fourth in the discus.
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