Boise State lands WR Jake Roh

Three-star wide receiver Jake Roh (Scottsdale, Ariz./Chaparral) committed Saturday to play for head coach Chris Petersen and Boise State, multiple sources report. He officially visited the Broncos on Dec. 7th.

Roh made four other official visits - Washington State (Nov. 12th), San Diego State (Nov. 30th), Iowa (Dec. 6th) and Duke (Dec. 14th).

Arizona, Nevada and Oregon State also extended scholarship offers to the 6-foot-3, 205-pound senior. Additionally, Roh claims interest from Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Michigan State, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oregon, Texas and UCLA.

ESPN calls him, "your prototypical possession guy in the mold of a Brian Finneran. Has good size, but plays with below average game speed... good football player that has great measurable, but may not be blessed with difference maker type qualities."

He is the younger brother of Michigan defensive end Craig Roh, a Class of 2009 ESPN 150 prospect and Under Armour All-American.

The Broncos now have 22 players on board for 2013.