Saturday, December 22, 2012

Boise State Gets Commitment From Talented Receiver

Boise State has tapped into its fertile recruiting ground of Arizona to land another great receiver.  Jake Roh, a 6-3, 210-pound wideout from Chaparral High School in Scottsdale has given his commitment.

Roh looks to be one of the top recruits in what is shaping up to me an amazing recruiting class on paper.  However, given the results of the last few years, I prefer the two-star student-athletes that are hungry and have something to prove.  With the Boise State coaching staff, those two-star players work their tails off and by the time they are seniors, they are as good as the three and four-star players, if not better.  Plus, they are unselfish, well-grounded, work hard in school, and don't get in trouble.

I always thought Chris Petersen's toughest job will be when he starts having those high-value recruits interested.  His challenge is to continue to recruit the same dependable guys he did since 2001, even though the pool of talent available to him is much greater.

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