Jake Roh did his homework.
The Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral outside backer slash wide receiver took all five official visits; seeing Washington State, Duke, San Diego State, Boise State and Iowa before ultimately narrowing his list down to Iowa and Boise State.
Roh took his last visit last week and mulled over his options for a week before making his decision today.
Roh tells FoxSportsNext, "I have committed to Boise State. The main reason I did it is because they have some of the best coaches in the country."
Roh also had offers from Nevada, Oregon State and Arizona.
This is the second huge commitment the Broncos have received out of the Grand Canyon State, landing a commitment from Paradise Valley QB Ryan Finley last summer.
Roh (6-3 210) had a great senior year, catching 72 passes for 805 yards and 13 TDs. In his first full season on defense he has made 72 tackles, 4 sacks and 4 INTs. He was recruited at a number of positions including OLB, H-back, WR and TE but says he will play H-back at Boise State.
See the newest commit's senior highlights below:
Roh Makes His Choice
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