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Long Time Boise State DE Commit Signs With Broncos

DE Chase Hatada (Rocklin, CA) was an early Boise State commit for the 2016 class, his commitment to the Broncos has been unwavering despite the departures of several coaches on the staff and a few fellow 2016 recruits who flipped their commitments this past month.

With the departure of DC Marcel Yates one would assume it would effect the overall recruiting on the defensive side, but that wasn’t the case for Hatada or most others in this class.

The recently promoted DC Andy Avalos is a great recruiter and transitioned perfectly into his new role, putting most recruits at ease knowing the program was in great hands going into the future.

Hatada is currently rated a three star recruit (score of 81) on 247 Sports (cumulative of 0.8317), is ranked #67 as a strong-side defensive end nationally, and the #141 recruit overall out of the state of California for the 2016 class.

He holds offers from Boise State, Air Force, Army, Fresno State, Nevada, New Mexico, Sacramento State, San Diego State, San Jose State, Washington State, and Wyoming.

Hatada was selected as MaxPreps All-Sac-Joaquin Section Football First Team Defense:  “Hatada was named the Co-Defensive MVP in the SFL. He may not have had crazy stats, but that’s because offenses knew to run the other way.” –MaxPreps

Hatada was also a Cal-Hi Sports 1st team All-State football team top nominee in the CIF Sac-Joaquin. (Calhisports.com)

Chase Hatada is a 6-3, 255-pound Strong-Side Defensive End from Rocklin, CA.

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About Casey Sieber

Casey Sieber
As a fourth generation Idahoan, Casey was raised on Bronco football while growing up in Boise. After graduating from Bishop Kelly High School, he studied Biology at Carroll College in Helena, Montana, and then returned to finish his degree at Boise State University. Casey currently writes about recruiting for BNN and 247Sports.com

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