Boise State’s once impressive Class of 2019 is dwindling much quicker than head coach
Bryan Harsin would like just as the season arrives on the blue turf.
As per the >Idaho Statesman, freshman quarterback
Kaiden Bennett and tailback
Keegan Duncan have both left the team. In addition to those names, as many as three other members from the most recent recruiting class could fail to suit up for the program this fall.
Bennett was one of several quarterbacks battling for the starting job to succeed
Brett Rypien at Boise State so his likely transfer out seems like a clear indication that one of
Jaylon Henderson or even freshman
Hank Bachmeier will be the starter when the team opens against Florida State in Jacksonville. While the three-star recruit from Folsom, California was considered a long shot in the race, his departure may just be the first of several after Harsin names a starter.
The loss of Duncan can’t be overlook either as he was considered to be one of the best recruits in the state of Idaho during his senior season and could have provided depth in a fairly young tailback room this season.
D.K. Blaylock also left the team this month and two junior college transfers have not made it to campus yet according to the Statesman.
Boise State had signed the top class in the Mountain West in February according to 247Sports and a top 50 group nationally but it appears that highly touted group won’t be making quite the impact many expected after these most recent defections.
Source : https://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/06/13/nebraska-punter-confirms-transfer-to-oregon-state/331