Milano impressed at Boise State

Orlando (Fla.) Dr. Phillips three-star safety Matt Milano made his way to Boise State this past weekend to watch the annual spring game. It marked his first visit to see the Broncos.
"It was great and the atmosphere was really good," Milano said. "The coaches up there are really good people. They are great."
Milano was given a full tour of the school and facilities during his time on-campus at Boise State.
"The facilities they have right now are alright but the new facilities that they are building that should be done next year are like top of the chart," Milano said. "They are like the best I have ever seen. The weight room is good. The locker room, team room, the whole fieldhouse is really nice."
The 6-foot-1, 202-pound defensive prospect also got an opportunity to watch the offense earn a 22-19 victory in front of 17,123 fans at the Blue and Orange Spring Game Saturday at Bronco Stadium. His former teammate, Boise State freshman quarterback Nick Patti, completed 4-of-8 passes for 60 yards, including a 35-yard touchdown to redshirt freshman wide receiver Troy Ware.
"It was a huge crowd," Milano said. "What I like about them is that everybody knows their spot and knows what they are doing. Everybody knows what their job is and what to do at all times. Their practices are real nice and organized."
At this point in the process, Milano is still waiting on an offer from Chris Petersen and his staff.
"They said that if I am the right fit for them and they are the right fit for me that it should work out," Milano said. "The defensive backs coach told me he is coming down (during the spring) to look at me.
"I think they will (offer)," Milano added. "I don't think they would be considering me as much as they have if they weren't going to. I hope they do."
If an offer was extended by Boise State, Milano says he wouldn't immediately end his recruitment.
"I don't know if I would commit right away," Milano said. "I would like to wait around and see if that is my best option. If so, then I probably will."
At this point, Milano's only offer is from Air Force. He is also drawing heavy attention from Central Florida, Connecticut, Rutgers, and South Florida. He has recently visited UCF and USF.