Linebacker Kaleb Hill says he liked what he saw on his visit to Boise State last weekend. Hill told The Idaho Statesman, “I was leaning toward Boise the whole time. I just felt like I needed a couple days to have everything set in. This is a four-year commitment. Hill, from Samuel Clemens High in Schertz, Texas, had offers from Colorado, Vanderbilt, Nevada and Texas San-Antonio. He said the decision came down to Boise State or Vanderbilt.

Hill is a 6’ 2’ and 216 pound Linebacker but will be looked at for the “Stud” position on the Bronco’s defense.

National Signing Day is Wednesday. That’s when commitments can become official as it is the first day that players can sign binding letters of intent with their schools.