Marcus Rios is still being recruited by numerous Pac-12 teams but the Elk Grove (Calif.) Cosumnes Oaks cornerback said he's happy with his commitment to Boise State and doesn't plan to look around.
"Right now I feel I'm strongly committed, 100 percent committed to Boise," Rios said last week at The Opening.
"I actually visited there not too long ago and I liked it, it was like the first time I visited and I loved it. I can see myself playing there. They can get me to the next level and Boise State is a great place."
UCLA, Arizona State, Arizona and Nevada are the four programs really making a push for Rios, a 6-foot, 170-pound cornerback who's rated No. 20 at his position by Rivals.com.
But Rios has a solid relationship with coach Chris Petersen and defensive backs coach Marcel Yates and that's one of the big reasons why the Broncos are still leading in his recruitment.
In total, Rios lists offers from Boise State, Arizona, Arizona State, UCLA, Utah, Washington State and some smaller schools.
"I'm a man of my word," Rios said. "I know what schools I like and Boise State is a school I like and that's where I want to play. I love the coaches.
"Coach Petersen is a really great coach. We have a really great relationship. I also love the defensive backs coach, coach Yates. He teaches everything and I know a lot of it already so it's easy to relate."