used to be that
are the 10 recruits who have verbally committed to
Eric Agbaroji (6-0, 185)
Eric was named second-team All-District
last season. He has good coverage
skills, natural athletic ability and long arms.
Agbaroji is ranked #53 at his position by ESPN.
I don't think any "recruiting ranking outfit" has ever correctly
forecast a Boise State All-American, so take it with a grain of salt.
Assistant Head Coach Brent Pease recruited
Jay Ajavi (5-11, 175)
rushed for 1,627 yards and 20TD's last season and could be the back of the
future for the Broncos. "The
one thing about that I love about Boise State is the uniqueness of the blue
field," Ajavi said. "That is so awesome. I also love how passionate
the fans are and how they go crazy on game day. They always have a great
is a versatile back. Not only is he
a tough runner, but he can block and catch out of the backfield.
Robert Ash (6-3, 245)
gets off the ball extremely well and runs a 4.9 40.
He is relentless in his pursuit and has a nasty attitude on the field.
Robert is very quick for his size. Ash
also squats 350.
was recruited by special teams/linebackers coach Jeff Choates.
coach was Ryan Gomes. The entire
Cosumnes team traveled to the Boise State Football Camp earlier this year and
Ash was extremely impressive, being named the Defensive MVP of the Camp.
indicated that he expected all Pac-10 schools to offer him a scholarship.
Ash had offers from
Ash carries a 3.2 GPA and a 1500 SAT.
Dallas Burroughs (5-8, 175)
Burroughs ran the
40-yard dash in 4.44 seconds during a combine this summer, he said. He won the
state title in the 100 meters last month with a time of 10.63 seconds and ran
the 200-meters in 21.71 to place second. He
stretches the field and makes plays after the catch.
Dallas has the speed to create instant separation.
OG Marcus Henry
Henry currently has offers from Army and
Jimmy Laughrea (6-2, 187)
(pronounced Lock-ray) has started each of the past two seasons, helping Rocklin
to a 14-1 record last season. He
piloted the team to a perfect 14-0 record and berth in the California CIF
Division 2 championship game following a stunning 21-14 upset of Del Oro.
Laughrea hit Tiger Sorenson with a 29-yard strike in the third quarter
for the game-winning touchdown.
a broken arm rendered him unable to play in the game against the #2 team in the
nation, Servite High School of Anaheim. Laughrea
completed 157-of-287 passes for 2,635 yards and 22 touchdowns against nine
interceptions last season. He also rushed 43 times for 383 yards and six scores.
was 100-for-203 passing for 1,522 yards and 12 touchdowns vs. eight
interceptions for the 4-6 Thunder as a sophomore.
He also ran for two TD's. Laughrea
also started for
mobile and able to get out of trouble to buy himself some time.
He runs a 4.76 40. His arm is
strong and accurate. He is adept at
throwing on the run and makes quick decisions.
camped at the Stanford Nike Combine two months ago and was named the Most
Valuable Player for the quarterbacks. That
was a camp that also included Kyle Boehm, who recently committed to
has also produced defensive tackle Chase Baker and 2009 recruit Holden Huff for
the Broncos. Baker and Huff both had
great things to say to Laughrea about the coaches, facilities and about
giving the verbal to
is solid in the classroom as well, producing a 2.94GPA and a 1620
had scholarship offers from
"They are a great team," Loffler told
Scout.com about Boise State, who edged Oregon
his services. "I really like the campus and the coaches."
Here's a link to his 2009 highlight video, which mostly shows Loffler playing QB, but there are some defensive highlights as well - #5 - QB/S/KR Taylor Loffler
Rees Odhiambo (6-4, 298)
Odhiambo is yet another recruit reeled in
by Assistant Head Coach Brent Pease.
He helped Mansfield Legacy to a 7-3 record and its first-ever appearance
in the state playoffs.
"I feel very blessed. I never imagined that I'd have the opportunity to play for a team like them," he said. "I think I can really help them throughout the years to come."
Rees chose the Broncos over interest from
La Salle High School
to Scout.com, Renaud's strengths are his size, discipline and hitting ability.
Blake has good range, instincts and is strong against the run.
He has an innate ability to read the play and react.
Renaud has an uncanny ability to fight through blocks to make the play
and delivers blistering blows on contact. Renaud
bench presses 375 and runs a 4.69 40. Renaud
was a second-team All-American on the Max Preps junior class.
He was all-California and the East Bay Defensive Player of the Year.
La Salle doubled the existing national record with 151 victories in a row.
also has a 3.0 core GPA at De La Salle. He
chose the Broncos over interest from
Samuel Ukwuachu (6-5, 203)
Ukwuachu (pronounced "Ook-a-watch-oo")
had 34 tackles, 25 of them solo, a pair
of sacks, four pass break-ups, two fumble recoveries, seven quarterback hurries
and an interception on defense and also recorded nine catches for 242 yards
(26.9 average) and two touchdowns as a receiver.
was the District Player of the Year last year.
In a football crazy state, Texas Football Magazine recently released
their "Super Team Defense" and named Ukwauchu to the second-team as a
"That's been a very high profile school the last few years, and
Sam liked the school academically as well as for athletics," Oiler Head Coach
Tony Heath said.
Ukwuachu is very explosive with good instincts and very long arms.
He has 4.6 speed and quickness off the ball.
Heath said that Ukwuachu has great work eithic and technique.
In addition, Samuel studies films intently.
Scout ranks Ukwauchu as one of the top 60 defensive ends in the country.
Of course, they also called Brock Forsey a two-star prospect.
had offers from
Jeff Worthy (6-4, 265)
exhibits great hands and technique and has a fearsome bull rush, often bowling
over opponents. He has relentless
pursuit to the ball carrier, just bullying people and blowing up plays.
ESPN noted that he had a great motor, with good pass rushing skills and
the ability to recognize blocking schemes.
was one of the premier players at the UCLA Camp earlier this year and received a
scholarship offer immediately after. He
also went to the USC Nike Football Training Camp was called "a sleeper" at
received scholarship offers from
football attitude can be summarized by two statements:
want to dominate."
have something to prove. And I'm
going to prove it."