Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian wide out Chris Potter became the second Lions receiver to make a commitment in the last two weeks announcing for Boise State on Friday. Earlier, Chris Owusu committed to Stanford.
Potter, 5-10, 175 pounds earned all-state underclass honors as a junior after catching 49 balls for 822 yards and eight touchdowns. He also rushed for 255 yards and two more scores and averaged 15 yards per punt return and a touchdown.
"Boise State is a greet fit for Chris," Oaks coach Bill Redell said. "Chris catches everything, is a very disciplined route runner and is faster than people think. He can run past people and is very smart. He knows how to get open and isn't afraid to go over the middle."
Potter will move to quarterback this coming season for the Lions, the position he played prior to high school. With Jimmy Clausen taking the snaps the last four years, Potter moved to receiver and helped lead the Lions to a 15-0 record a year ago and a state title.