Kylie Fitts went to Boise State's summer camp and impressed the coaching staff enough that they told him they'd be in contact.
The Broncos liked the 2013 defensive end from Redlands (Calif.) East Valley so much they decided to offer this fall.
It's the first offer for Fitts, a 6-foot-3, 245-pound prospect, and he said Boise State is definitely under serious consideration although it's still early in his recruitment.
"I went to a camp up there with some family friends and when I went up there I guess they liked me so they told me on September 1 they were going to talk to me and they did offer," Fitts said.
"I always liked the school and Derrell Acrey came out of our school and he always said good things about them so that's important. I like the way coach (Chris) Petersen coaches. He's a really good guy."
USC, UCLA, Cal and Washington are also showing interest in Fitts, who's expected to take an unofficial visit to USC this weekend for its game against Stanford.
The Trojans are the early favorite for Fitts, who looked good at the Los Angeles NIKE Camp this past spring, since he grew up watching them play and then he worked out at the USC Rising Stars Camp this past summer.
Things went well at USC's camps so he's hoping to hear more from the Trojans soon.
"I think I'm pretty close to some other offers," Fitts said.
"I'm going to the USC game on Saturday so I'm looking forward to that. That's basically where I want to go. That's my dream school. I went to the Rising Stars camp and they've been e-mailing me ever since."