National Signing Day 2010: Boise State Steals CB from Notre Dame, Adds Nine Other Recruits

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National Signing Day 2010: Boise State Steals CB from Notre Dame, Adds Nine Other Recruits

Boise State University head football coach Chris Petersen announced the signing of 10 players to the Broncos’ 2010 recruiting class, Wednesday (Feb. 3), which is headlined by nine highly accomplished high school seniors and one All-American junior college transfer.

BSU's 2010 class includes a last minute letter of intent from a highly recruited cornerback from Honolulu who choose playing on 'the Blue' over Notre Dame and Washington.

With only five seniors this year, Boise State has but a few scholarships available for the 2010 class.

It is expected that some of this year's recruiting class will grayshirt. Grayshirt players do not count against the NCAA scholarship limits.

The Broncos return 21 of 22 starters from this year's BCS Fiesta Bowl team. The Bronco's finished 14-0 and ranked No. 4 in the nation.

Boise State will kick off the 2010 season in Landover, MD at FedEx Field against Virginia Tech on Labor Day Weekend. The nationally televised game (ESPN) will feature two teams that are expected to be ranked in the top 10 preseason polls.

Signing Day 2010 BSU also lost their defensive coordinator to Tennessee. Justin Wilcox had been BSU's DC over that past four years and will join the Vol's new head coach Derek Dooley in Knoxville.

Petersen announced on signing day that defensive line coach Pete Kwiatkowski was named the new defensive coordinator at Boise State to replace Wilcox.

Click through the slides to find the 10 who sent letters of intent to the Broncos on National Signing Day 2010.

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