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Broncos add three commits to ‘22 and ‘23 classes

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All I can say is that Andy Avalos is making it hard to keep up. The Broncos nabbed a third recruit today, adding to the two that signed Friday. My biggest takeaway is that everyone needs to follow CJ Tiller.

He’s the first signee in the 2023 recruiting class, and he’s been recruiting big time. CJ’s teased the last few commitments ahead of time, and has been tweeting other recruits across the country. Good stuff really. Give him a follow here, and if you want to read up more on him, we’ve got the article handy here. Anyway, for the new guys, here’s a quick rundown:

Oluwafunto Akinshilo, OL, El Camino College, (Lawnsdale, CA)


When he committed and signed on Friday, Oluwafunto Akinshilo proved he has no regard for signing days or the pecking order of roster names. Now an instant favorite for best name, he actually joins the already enrolled 2022 class readying for Oregon State in September.

The 6’5 310 lb JUCO OL scribbled on the dotted line to make it official the day before the spring game. He came with several offers from western schools, but none better than the Broncos of Boise State (hint, there are no “better offers”). At first glance he’s gigantic. At second glance, he’s still gigantic. Here’s him with our strength and conditioning staff:

He’s a welcome addition to a strengthening offensive line. Make sure to give him a follow on Instagram as well and I’ll toss some highlights below:

Wyatt Milkovic, LB, Basha HS (Chandler, AZ)


Wyatt was the second addition to the 2023 class, joining Friday. Among his offers were 3 P5 offers from Cal, Colorado, and Iowa State, but only one P1 offer, that being the Broncos from Boise State. Any Avalos approved LB is a good one, and schnikes, we got a great one.

There’s been a big focus on leaders for this team, and Wyatt Milkovic fits that bill. Give him a follow and get ready for the inevitable: big hits on The Blue. More highlights below:

Jason Steele, OL, Murrieta Valley HS (Murrieta, CA)


Hailing from Murrieta Valley HS (yes that Murrieta home of Hank and Shakir), the Broncos got a good one this morning. Truly it’s a Bronco tradition to farm the best talent out of San Diego, and Mr. Steele is no exception. He joins a stacked class of incoming OL ready to immediately compete. Make sure to follow him on Instagram and be sure to peruse these articles and highlights below:

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