After An Early January Decommitment From UNLV, Devin Lloyd Has Seen A Flurry Of New Offers

Otay Ranch HS's Devil Lloyd has seen his recruitment blow up since decommitting from UNLV in early January, but one very recent offer stands out for the 6'4 210 athlete.

After decommitting from UNLV in early January, Otay Ranch High School (Chula Vista, Calif.) defensive back Devin Lloydhas received new interest from schools across the west.

And with two weeks left before signing day, he’s narrowed things down quite a bit.

“Right now my top (school) is Boise State,” Lloyd told BroncoCountry Wednesday morning.

The Broncos extended a scholarship offer to the 6-foot-4, 210-pound recruit late Wednesday, and he is scheduled to visit Boise on the weekend of Jan. 27. He plans to visit the University of Utah the weekend before. The Utes have not offered Lloyd as of yet.

Lloyd, who played safety at Otay Ranch, is being recruiting by Boise State to fill the hybrid outside linebacker position. He has the frame to bulk up and play behind the line of scrimmage, but also the ballhawking and coverage skills necessary to line up in the secondary. The Broncos plan to use him in many different situations.

“I love the (Boise State) program and would love to be a part of it,” Lloyd said. “The coaches like my size, how I play and how I go about my business.”

Lloyd has offers from UNLV, Fresno State, Colorado State, Hawaii, San Jose State, New Mexico and Utah State, among some FCS schools. He has also received interest from UtahNebraska, and Wyoming.


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