Troy Ware: Official Visit to Boise State

Vista HS WR Troy Ware (Vista, CA) took his official visit to Boise State this weekend as he was in attendance to watch the Broncos take on UC Davis. The standout WR currently has the Broncos on top and a solid visit could go a long way in determining the possibility of a commitment. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com before his visit about the trip to the Blue, and his HS season to date.

Vista HS WR Troy Ware (Vista, CA) took his official visit to Boise State this weekend to watch the Broncos take on UC Davis. The standout WR currently has the Broncos on top and a solid visit could go a long way in determining the possibility of a commitment. "I'm going on Friday morning," Ware said. "I'm pretty excited. My parents are too," he added.

Troy attended a one day camp at Boise State over the summer, but this will be his first opportunity to see the gameday atmosphere at Bronco Stadium. "I want to see how the town is and I know the coaches are nice people," he said. "I really want to see how the people are and how the program is between the fans and players. I thought the new skyboxes were especially nice when I visited."

Ware got the plans squared away last Saturday when he spoke to both (Assistant Head Coach) Brent Pease and (Head Coach) Chris Petersen. "I spoke to Coach Pease and Coach Petersen last Saturday," he said. "They asked me if I'm excited and stuff. They just told me what it was going to be like and they wanted to know if my parents were coming."

The Broncos recently achieved their highest regular season ranking in program history. The new polls have Boise State at #5 in the country and Troy has taken notice of that accomplishment. "That's pretty exciting that they are #5," he stated prior to the game. "I saw it on TV and I hope they can stay there. That impressed me a lot."

The offense at Vista centers around a power running game. Ware is happy to see that the Bronco offense has much more of a passing element. "It gets frustrating at times," he said in reference to the offense at Vista. "I block since my teams needs it. That's why I'm excited about Boise. They throw the ball a lot."

Troy (6'2, 170, 4.55) and his teammates at Vista have gotten off to a solid 3-1 start. "We lost to Mission Viejo last week," he said. "I think we should run our league this year. We play Escondido next. We scrimmaged them earlier in the year and shut them down defensively. We have a good run defense and that's what they do most."

The Boise State staff is looking at a small class for 2010 due to the low number of graduating seniors. Could the Broncos possibly gain their fifth 2010 commitment this weekend?

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Troy Ware throughout his senior season.

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