Boise State started to show serious interest in Tommy Jacobsson during the spring and then the 2016 linebacker camped there this summer.
The Broncos were the first to offer the Palm Desert, Calif., inside linebacker and he had an outstanding time while on campus.
"They made contact with my coach during the springtime and they acted really interested," Jacobsson said. "They wanted to talk to my coach and I talked to them on the phone, too.
"I talked to them twice and they were really excited to have me out at their camp to get me out there. They wanted to make sure I was there. My coach told me he thinks they're very interested and that it's an important thing that I get out there."
The 6-foot-2, 220-pound prospect said he absolutely loved the coaching staff during his camp visit and it's one reason why he said Boise State was the best camp he attended this summer. That includes stops at USC and Stanford so that's some heady praise for the Broncos.
"When I was there they were all very welcoming," Jacobsson said." They gave me a tour, I got to go to the press box and I got treated really well. Camp went really well and it ended up with an offer from the head coach.
"It might have been my favorite camp. The coaches were so nice and so welcoming. They were really good instructors. I never really felt like I had any bad coaching. Everybody was always hyped, making sure you were at the top of your game so it was an amazing experience."
Other than new interest from USC and Stanford after camping there, the Palm Desert linebacker said he's also been hearing from Colorado and Washington early in his recruitment.