Boise State got one of its earliest commits this morning from 3-star wide receiver/athlete Bryan Jefferson. The receiver out of Leesburg, Florida, originally committed in July, choosing the Broncos over Cincinnati, Duke, Iowa, and Oregon State amongst others.
Jefferson took his visit to Boise State on July 19th, and committed a few days later. The coaching staff helped with the commitment.
“Really the Coaches, most of all. It feels like family with them. And the opportunity to prove myself early and compete for championships.”
The Broncos will have several opportunities for Jefferson to play. All-time great Matt Miller should find himself playing on Sundays in the NFL. Thomas Sperbeck stepped up and earned himself a starting spot next season, but the rest of the wide out positions are up for grabs.
“I’m not coming to sit.”
Jefferson certainly has the ability to make an impact. Standing at an impressive six-foot, 187 lbs., he has the build of a college wide out. If quarterback Brett Rypien earns the starting spot, Jefferson will have a friend throwing to him.
This class has big shoes to fill. The Broncos are coming off of a third Fiesta Bowl win and have established their legacy. Jefferson has a legacy of his own to fulfill.
“I want to win the Mountain West every year. And win a bowl game or a National Championship each year.”
With the talent this Boise State class has, that can most certainly be done.