Boise State Football Recruiting 2013: Broncos Land Center Andrew Tercek

San Antonio (Texas) East Central offensive center Andrew Tercek is the latest verbal commit for the Boise St. Broncos. Tercek comes in at 6-foot-3, 285-pounds and is the fifth recruit in Boise State's 2013 class, and he committed Friday afternoon. Before choosing Boise State, Terceck had offers from Navy, Nevada, North Texas and Rice

Tercek just felt that Boise State was the place 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."

Now that Tercek has verbally committed to Boise State, he is saying his word is his bond and that he will not be taking any visits to other schools.

For the latest information on Boise State recruiting, be sure to check out One Bronco Nation Under God. SB Nation's recruiting hub will keep you updated on everything else going down on in recruiting.

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