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Boise State Rocket League player “Wuzy” makes CRL all rookie team

Boise State rookie Cade “Wuzy” Hall earned a spot on CollegiateGG’s all-rookie team for his performance in the Fall 2023 CRL season. CollegiateGG, an orginization which ranks collegiate players and teams, announced the lineup on their X page Nov 21. Each semester, CollegiateGG gives nine first year students the honor of being on an all rookie team. The award highlights the top statistical players in their first year competing in CRL. CRL stands for Collegiate Rocket League, and is the official collegiate league for the game, run by the game’s developer Psyonix.

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Wuzy’s offical ESports Portrait. Photo by Kenna Harbison

Boise State made a name for themselves this CRL season by going a perfect 15-0 in their regular season competition. They finished thier fall CRL season by placing 2nd in the nation overall. Boise State also won the Mountain West championship in Rocket League this fall, adding more hardware to Boise State’s already impressive trophy cabinet.

Wuzy currently plays alongside Durtho & Prstn as Boise State’s varsity Rocket League team. Wuzy came to Boise State from Arlington, Texas. He is currently majoring in Psychology at the present time and is expect to graduate Spring 2027. Be sure to watch Boise State Esports Twitch and Youtube pages to see broadcasts featuring Quzy and the rest of the varsity team.

Written by Jacob Palmer