Boise State football recruiting 2013: National Signing Day recap

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The Broncos have been a consistent recruiting team in recent years.

The Boise State Broncos are a perennial top-25 program on the field, but that isn't the case in recruiting. That's a testament to Chris Petersen and his staff, as they continuously field nationally competitive teams without the blue chip recruits that many of their BCS counterparts add each year.

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The 2013 class isn't much different than previous year in terms national rankings, as the Broncos check in at No. 56 in the composite listing at 247 Sports. A year ago, the Broncos' class ranked No. 59, and the 2011 class checked in at No. 52 nationally, so they have been reasonably consistent.

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Linebackers Gabe Perez, Tanner Vallejo and Durrant Miles are the top recruits for Boise State this year. All are three-star recruits who stand at least 6 feet tall.

The Broncos also added some quality pieces on offense, signing three-star running back Aaron Baltazar and three-star wide receiver Kendal Keys.

Top three players: Gabe Perez (Linebacker), Tanner Vallejo (Linebacker), Durrant Miles (Linebacker)

Top three rival classes: Fresno State, Hawaii, Colorado State

Biggest National Signing Day drama: Boise State had to wait until National Signing Day to get official word from Gabe Perez on his commitment.

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