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Boise State football’s first recruiting commitment of 2019 class flips to Pac-12 school

Cherry Creek’s Alec Pell (23) moves past Eaglecrest’s Victor Garnes (12) in the 5A quarterfinals at Legacy Stadium on Nov. 18, 2017 in Aurora, Colo.
Cherry Creek’s Alec Pell (23) moves past Eaglecrest’s Victor Garnes (12) in the 5A quarterfinals at Legacy Stadium on Nov. 18, 2017 in Aurora, Colo.

The Boise State football team’s longest-committed recruit of the 2019 class is headed elsewhere.

Alec Pell, a tight end/linebacker from Cherry Creek High in suburban Denver, announced Monday via Twitter that he is now committed to Colorado.

Pell (6-foot-4, 215 pounds) had committed to Boise State on April 16 and was projected to play STUD end for the Broncos. The Buffaloes offered Pell last week. He thanked Boise State coach Bryan Harsin for the opportunity in his tweet Monday.

Boise State has another STUD end on its known commitment list in Brawley (Calif.)‘s Casey Kline, who is a four-star recruit according to 247Sports.com and one of the nation’s top 300 prospects.

BOISE STATE FOOTBALL 2019 RECRUITING COMMITMENTS

QB Hank Bachmeier, 6-3, 190, Murrieta (Calif.) Valley High

STUD/LB Casey Kline, 6-5, 215, Brawley (Calif.) Union High

OL Jacob Golden, 6-6, 280, Peoria (Ariz.) High

RB Keegan Duncan, 6-3, 215, Declo High

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