San Antonio (Texas) East Central offensive center Andrew Tercek has seen his stock take off a bit this spring with offers from a half-dozen schools coming his way.
However, while on an unofficial visit Friday, the 6-foot-3, 285-pound lineman decided he was ready to end the process.
"I just committed to Boise State about 20 minutes ago," Tercek said on Friday afternoon. "I'm actually in Boise right now."
After speaking to Bronco head coach Chris Petersen, Tercek knew Boise State was where he wanted to be.
"I like the way coach Petersen runs things," he said. "He also talked about how the players there play hard because they have kind of a chip on their shoulders. The schools like Texas, (Texas) A&M and Alabama sort of overlook their players due to size or some other tangible things like that.
"Coach Petersen talked to me about that and then, after praying about it, I knew that was exactly where I needed to be."
Tercek was also sold on the Boise State campus as well.
"The campus is very navigable," he said. "Everything is close together and I like that. Plus, they are getting brand new everything. The campus is absolutely beautiful as far as the Boise cityscape. The whole experience was awesome."
As far as his commitment, Tercek said it is completely solid.
"Everything is done," he said. "My word is my word so I'm not going to be going out and going to different schools and whatnot."
Tercek chose Boise State over offers from Navy, Nevada, North Texas and Rice.