Oakridge School WR Bronson Boyd (Arlington, TX) picked up an offer from Boise State about two weeks ago and plans on making a trip to The Blue in the near future. The Bronco coaching staff has made the speedy Texas WR a top priority in this recruiting cycle.
"That offer from Boise State came out of the blue," he said. "I just spoke to Coach Adams one day and he said I had an offer from them," he added.
"I plan on going up there this summer to visit," he stated. "We get out early so that will let me get a jump on visits."
"I'm wide open right now," said Boyd. "I plan to start trimming my list to a Top 10 after spring ball."
The Bronco coaching staff keeps in contact with Boyd on a weekly basis.
"They contact me almost every day," he said. "It's mostly through Twitter. I hear from Coach Harsin and Coach Adams all the time."
"Coach Adams is a real cool guy," said Boyd. "He's one of the coolest coaches I've talks to because he can really relate to the players."
"First, they have to have my major," he said. "I plan on majoring in business or biology. I also need to have a good feel for the school since I know coaches can be temporary sometimes. Also, the offense is important too. I'm not just looking for a spread offense, but one where I can actually develop into a complete WR."
"I plan on committing in June, but I'd also like to take a few officials after that."
Oakridge School finished 8-4 in 2015 and is revamping its entire offense in order to do one thing - Get the ball to Boyd.
"We're changing our offense," he said. "The coaches want to get the ball in my hands more. We're adding a lot more things like wildcat and reverses, so I can get up the field and make more plays."
"Coaches like my size-speed combo," said Boyd. "I play basketball too and some of them like that. I can get off the line quickly and I'm good at route running."
For now, Boyd (6'3, 185, 4.49) says he is just working to become a better leader on the field.
"I'm going to be more vocal," he said. "I lead by demonstration since I go hard every day at practice or in the weight room, but I want to be more vocal with my teammates," he added.
As a junior, Boyd racked up 1,300 yards receiving and 8 TDs.
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