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Shadle Park's Brett Rypien Commits to Boise State

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Shadle Park senior to be Brett Rypien committed to Boise State on Saturday. Shadle Park senior to be Brett Rypien committed to Boise State on Saturday.

Shadle Park quarterback Brett Rypien (Class of 2015) has committed to play football at Boise State University. 

Rypien is the Greater Spokane League's all-time leader in passing yards in a season (3,266), total passing yards (7,135), total offensive yards in a season (3,258) and total offensive yards in a career (7,106). Impressively, all of these stats only reflect the nine-game GSL schedule and don't include any of the Washington State (WIAA) playoff games.

Rypein still has his senior season to play after leading the Highlanders deep into the playoffs, eventually losing to 3A powerhouse Bellevue in 2013.

Rypien had been offered scholarships to a multitude of schools, including Arizona State, Colorado State, Oregon State, Mississippi State, Washington and Washington State, according to Yahoo's Rivals.com

 

 

 

 

Brett with his family after committing to BSU via Keara Rypien's, instagram account.

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