It's a new week so that means cornerback and wide receiver Osahon Irabor (5-11, 180, 4.5) from Upland, Calif., received another offer as the red hot two-way standout continues his torrid pace on the recruiting trail.
This week's offer comes from Boise State University giving Irabor a total of eight on the year. Boise State recruiting coordinator Viliami Tuivai has been recruiting Irabor the past 4 months since January.
"When I think of Boise State football I think of a program with great tradition and a program that is competitive every year, which is big for me because I'm all about competing," Irabor said. "I want to attend a school with a solid foundation and a team with a great coaching staff and players like Boise has shown in recent years.
"My linebacker coach; Coach Chris Barrios is a Boise State alumni and he has nothing but great things to say about Coach Chris Petersen and Coach Tuivai," Irabor said. "Also my teammate Josh Nunes was excited about his recent trip to Boise as well. He said it was a beautiful atmosphere there.
"I also feel like I have a good connection with coach Tuivai who has been recruiting me," Irabor said. "I had an instant liking to him when I first met him. Coach Barrios spoke very high on him as well.
"It's always good to hear from a former player like Coach Barrios because they actually went through the recruiting process and experienced playing there at Boise State first hand. I'm very excited about their offer to me and looking forward on getting an opportunity to visit them in the future."
Boise State joins Arizona, Arizona State, California, Oregon, Nebraska, Northwestern and Wyoming as schools that have offered Irabor.
Irabor made first-team all-league cornerback his junior season after racking up 49 tackles and three interceptions. As a receiver, he came down with 16 receptions for 325 yards and two touchdowns.