Boise State continues to look for a quarterback in the 2014 class. Tommy Stuart has committed, but will be a preferred walk on with the team.
The staff has spent the week looking for a quarterback in case things don't work out with Brad Kaaya who continues to think things over.
What did Boise think of the 6-foot-3, 200-pounder?
"I think I did pretty good, I might have pressed a little," Raggio said. "He (Mike Sanford) said I have a really good arm and they really liked me. He said I could really push the ball downfield and I have a big arm."
The plan is to continue evaluating quarterbacks through the week and potentially invite one for an official visit this weekend.
UCLA also watched Raggio throw and echoed a similar sentiment. However the Bruins aren't really in the market for a quarterback.
"They (UCLA) loved my arm. They really liked me a lot and they seemed like cool guys."
Raggio is working on shortening his throwing motion and his footwork. He's also garnered attention as a pitcher in baseball. He missed playing last season due to a shoulder injury but could have a big Spring if he plays.