2003: Boskovich, a one-time walk-on who was awarded a scholarship in the spring of 2003, is in his fourth season as USC's snapper on all placekicks as a senior in 2003. He appeared in all 13 games in 2003.
2002: Boskovich did a flawless job of handling the snaps on all placekicks for his third season during 2002 as a walk-on junior.
2001: Boskovich was USC's snapper on placekicks for his second year during his 2001 walk-on sophomore season.
2000: Boskovich snapped on all of placekicks in 2000 as a redshirt freshman walk-on.
1999: Boskovich redshirted as a walk-on tight end and snapper in 199, his first season at USC.
HIGH SCHOOL: He prepped at Westlake (Calif.) High. His missed his entire 1998 senior season after tearing ligaments in both knees 2 days before his team's first game. Despite the injury, he was a 1998 Super Prep All-Farwest honoree.
As a 1997 junior, he made the All-Marmonte League second team as a tight end while catching 18 passes with 1 TD. He also was a defensive end and snapper. He also played basketball at Westlake. Current Trojan Kyle Matthews also prepped at Westlake.
He spent his 1996 sophomore season at Crespi High in Encino (Calif.), where he was on the football, basketball and track teams. Current Trojan Gregg Guenther also attended Crespi.
PERSONAL: He comes from a long line of Trojans. His father, mother, grandmother, 3 uncles and 3 aunts all attended USC. His cousin, Martin Boskovich, punted for USC in 1993. He's a business major at USC. His sports idols are former Trojan All-Americans Rodney Peete and Erik Affholter.