Ware's commitment followed a busy weekend for the future Bronco as he and his family made the trip to Boise for an official visit. "We arrived at like 2:30 on Friday," he said. "I like the people around there and the family atmosphere helped with my mom. The team is a big family and real close, but they take care of business. They are like a bunch of brothers."
Troy's father, Tim, played WR at USC and he came away impressed with Boise. "He liked it a lot," Ware said. "He said that he wished he could have played in more of a college town. He said it was a lot different than playing in LA."
The Broncos struggled for much of the game against UC Davis. The Bronco offense and the WRs still impressed Ware. "They threw the ball a lot," he said. "I was talking to (Austin) Pettis after the game and he had like ten catches. I laughed and I told him about three catches is a good game for me. The WRs were real good and they run good routes," he added.
The atmosphere at Bronco Stadium and dedication of the fans was on full display on Saturday night. Boise State fans braved the chilly conditions with temperatures below 40 degrees and Troy came away impressed. "I liked the atmosphere and it pretty loud," he said. "They are there no matter if it rains or snows. People were tailgating at 10 am. The fans are dedicated."
Vista will take on standout RB Ricky Seale and Escondido in their next game. They will be looking to improve on their 3-1 start. "We're going to run the ball," he stated. "It's what we always do. We need our line to step up. We did good against them in a scrimmage. I feel real comfortable and our defense will step up."
Ware's commitment brings the 2010 commitment total to five. He couldn't be happier with his decision. "It means I get to play football at the next level and go to a top school. I'm happy about that and it makes you want to work even harder."
BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Troy Ware throughout his senior season.