Coach Moroski adds ninth member of his recruit class

BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - No Coyote football this coming season, but that's not stopping head coach Mike Moroski from putting together a team. The College of Idaho signed their ninth football recruit Tuesday afternoon as Bishop Kelly senior Cory Brady made it official.

Coach Moroski considers Brady a great fit for his program, but also hopes his addition will help create a pipeline between Bishop Kelly and College of Idaho for future athletes.

When asked how the recruiting process is treating him, Moroski was all smiles.

"I've loved every minute of it. So there's a lot of energy, there's a lot of enthusiasm in the Valley here for the college football program coming into being again. I think our Alumni are excited, I think the whole campus is excited," said Moroski.

"Honestly, just the College of Idaho, the opportunity I'm gonna have there, to be able to come in first year and have an impact on the program is what's making me so excited, and what made me decide to commit," added Brady.

Because College of Idaho doesn't officially start playing football until 2014, Brady's immediate impact will have to wait a bit. Coach Moroski says the team will have a practice schedule in 2013, but there's an outside change the Coyotes hold a scrimmage.