Andy Avalos and the Boise State football team kept the momentum going from last Saturday’s Frisco Bowl win Monday by receiving six verbal commitments for the 2023 class ahead of Wednesday’s National Signing Day.
Titus Toler – 5-foot-11 safety transfer from Wisconsin (St. John Bosco High School in Bellflower, CA)
— Titus Toler (@TitusToler562) December 19, 2022
Toler appeared in five games during the 2022 season for the Badgers, tallying seven total tackles and a pass deflection. The former St. John Bosco four-star product also had an interception for Wisconsin in 2020. Toler received offers from many power five schools including UCLA, Washington and Oregon State before settling on Wisconsin out of high school.
Chase Martin – 6-foot-1, 210-pound LB from Thousand Oaks High School (CA)
— Chase Martin (@chasemartin_12) December 19, 2022
Martin was a star on both sides of the ball at Thousand Oaks high school and picked Boise State over offers from Baylor, Fresno State and Washington State among others. According to MaxPreps, Martin registered 131 total tackles for the Lancers this season with 8.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks. On the other side of the ball Martin rushed for 1,019 yards and 22 total touchdowns in the 2022 season. After all, with Scott Matlock not expected to return this season Andy Avalos may need a new body in the Clydesdale package.
A’marion McCoy – 6-foot-1, 170-pound corner from Laney College (Menlo-Atherton High School in Atherton, CA)
— A’marion McCoy (@poohdolla1) December 19, 2022
McCoy appeared in nine games for Laney College in 2022 and had four interceptions to complement his 35 total tackles. While Murray State and Morgan State were the first offers McCoy received, Fresno State and Boise State made a late 2022 push for the cornerback with the Broncos coming out on top in the recruitment battle.
Gabe Tahir – 6-foot-1, 175-pound corner from Kamiakin High School (Kennewick, WA)
— Gabe Tahir✝️🏝 (@GabeTahir) December 19, 2022
Tahir had a list of offers all the way from Hawaii to Penn State before committing to Boise State. The cornerback is ranked 21st in the state of Washington for his position according to the 247Sports player rating chart.
Chase Penry – 6-foot-1, 190-pound wide receiver transfer from Colorado (Cherry Creek High School, CO)
Penry was rated three-stars out of high school and spent two seasons playing for Colorado. Between the 2021-22 seasons Penry hauled in 10 receptions totaling 111 yards for the Buffaloes.
— Chase Penry (@chase_penry) December 20, 2022
Matt Wagner – 6-foot-4, 225 pound tight end from Rock Hill High School (TX)
According to 247 Sports Wagner is rated as a three-star tight end. The Rock Hill High School product originally committed to North Texas before flipping his commitment and announcing his verbal commitment to Boise State. Wagner had 47 receptions compiling 592 yards and five touchdowns in his senior season.
— Matt Wagner (@Matt_Wagner08) December 20, 2022
Bronco Nation News will continue to have full recruitment coverage through Wednesday’s National Signing Day.