Los Osos (Calif.) signal caller Richard Brehaut picked up his second offer earlier today. The talented quarterback is a national recruit in our eyes and is easily among the top prospects in the entire West region.
As a junior, Brehaut completed 156-221 passes (.65%) for 2,248 yards and 22 touchdowns while rushing for 556 yards and five more scores. He's a dual threat quarterback who can beat you with his arm or his legs and has a very high upside to him.
San Diego State was the first to offer and Boise State followed suit today.
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"I'm very interested in Boise State, they're one of my top schools," Brehaut said. "I talked to Notre Dame yesterday and they seem really interested in as well and will be coming to my school in May.
"I've talked to several schools that plan to come out to my school in May and I have some unofficial visits planned as well. I'm going to UCLA tomorrow, San Diego State for their Junior Day on the 12th and then Oregon for their Junior Day on the 26th."
Look for Brehaut's stock to really soar when schools can take a close look at him in May. With the two offers, he's easily among the most under-recruited players in the region and should be up in the double digit mark. He has tremendous tools and projects very well to the next level.