Chris Santini has been committed to Boise State since mid-August and even though he has numerous Pac-12 offers the San Jose (Calif.) Leland safety has not reconsidered his decision.
The three-star doesn't plan to make any changes heading into National Signing Day, either.
"I'm still set with Boise and I'm getting ready to sign with them," Santini said.
Santini didn't get to watch Boise State pummel Arizona State in the recent MAACO Bowl in Las Vegas because he was at practice for the Cal State Game but he said the Broncos proved again they can play with anybody.
"I didn't really get to see it because we just got out of practice in the first half but I saw the highlight of the kick return to the house and that big interception," Santini said. "It was pretty cool.
"I think they can play on the same level as anybody out there. They clearly showed they can."
One of the big reasons why Santini picked Boise State over offers from Oregon State, Utah, Utah State, San Jose State and others was because of coach Chris Petersen and the coaching staff at Boise State.
Santini said if Petersen left he would have to reconsider things but since he's staying at Boise State then the three-star is content with his decision.
"I would have probably reconsidered a lot of things if coach Petersen would have left or if some other coaches would have left," Santini said.
"He's kind of the reason why they're so successful because of the way he coaches and the way he recruits. You just know he's had success doing what he's doing so why not stay with it?"
In his senior season, Santini finished with 80 tackles and three sacks. Rivals.com rates him as the No. 30 safety in the 2012 class and the No. 54 prospect in the California state rankings.