The Boise State football team picked up three verbal commitments Friday.
It started Friday morning with cornerback Reid Harrison-Ducros of Colleyville Heritage High in Colleyville, Texas. A short time later, safety Desmond Williams of Centennial High in Corona, California, followed with a commitment of his own. That evening, linebacker Tyson Maeva of Cathedral Catholic High (San Diego) announced his commitment via Twitter.
Boise State has received seven verbal commitments in the past eight days and now has 11 in the 2016 class.
The 5-foot-10, 165-pound Harrison-Ducros is ranked as a 2-star prospect from Rivals.com and had offers from Texas State, Yale, Colgate and Louisiana-Monroe. He recently attended a camp at Wisconsin and was hoping an offer would soon follow.
Harrison-Ducros is the second cornerback to commit, joining Robert Lewis of Augustus Hawkins High in Los Angeles.
The 6-foot, 195-pound Williams had an offer from Washington, according to Scout.com. He's also listed as a 2-star prospect.
The 6-foot, 230-pound Maeva is ranked as a 3-star prospect by Rivals.com and had offeres from Air Force, Army, Fresno State, Navy, Nevada, San Diego State, UC Davis and Wyoming.