Idaho hits Washington again

The state of Washington is becoming home sweet home for the Idaho Vandals. After already picking up five commitments from players from Washington, Idaho has added a sixth commitment.
This time the pledge is from Woodinville (Wash.) Archbishop Murphy two-star safety Shiloh Keo.
Keo played with another Idaho commitment, Aaron Lavarias, at Woodinville before he moved on to Archbishop Murphy after his sophomore year. Keo is a safety prospect that is 5-foot-10 and 180 pounds.
"Idaho is a school that fit me the best, and it's one of the ones I've wanted to play for," Keo said. "I took my visit up there back in early December, and I have a good feeling about them. They recruited me to play safety, and there is a good shot I could play early up there.
"I think I have a shot at being a starter."
Keo was also recruited by Eastern Washington. This season saw Keo run for 1,437 yards and 18 touchdowns, averaging 14 yards per carry.