Jackets In College: Bryan Jefferson, Boise State Univesity
Broncos start National Signing Day in Florida
By J Bates. CREATED 5:58 AM
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Updated: Wednesday, February 4, 2015, 10:54 a.m
The Boise State football team started off the long day of reloading with a pair of
recruits signing from the state of Florida.
Bryan Jefferson, a wide reciever from Florida's Leeland High School, was the first fax
to come into the Boise State offices. It was quickly followed by Trinity Catholic
linebacker Marquis Hendrix also from the sunshine state.
The two signees join a class that already has three players enrolled in classes,
quarterback Brett Rypien from Spokane, cornerback Raymond Ford from Los Angeles
and community college transfer Cam Miles from Texas.
Also from Texas, the Broncos announced Akilian Butler a 5-foot-10 wide reciever from
Dallas and Raymond Sheard a running back from Arlington, Texas. The lonestar state
is rich for recruits for Boise State as just after 7 a.m. Bryan Harsin received a fax from
cornerback Ladarryl Blair.
Boise State went back to Arizona last season for the Fiesta Bowl, and while they were
there got a commit from tight end Matt Pistone from Yuma Catholic High School.
Fruitland high school offensive lineman Garrett Larson signed his letter of intent. The
Grizzly lineman continues a tradition of Fruitland players choosing Boise State over
the past three seasons.
Coeur d'Alene linebacker Drew Berger also signed with the Broncos this morning.
California expects to bring a big batch of recruits this year, and it started with
defensive lineman Sam Whitney from Folsom, California.
Follow Sports Director Paul Gerke on Twitter @paulgerke for the latest on National
Signing Day for Boise State, Idaho and around the Treasure Valley.