BOISE - Just a week before the new early signing period begins, a 2018 Boise State quarterback recruit has de-committed from the team.
Zach Wilson, a 6-3, 180-pound quarterback Corner Canyon High School in Draper, Utah announced in a statement on Twitter that he was de-committing from the Broncos and reopening his recruitment.
In the statement, Wilson said he and his family had been "100% committed" to Boise State and they had visited Boise several times. He also said he had already registered for classes.
"But sometimes life presents opportunities that need to be considered, Especially when it impacts my family, which is number ONE on my priority list," the statement reads. "After many sleepless nights and a heavy heart, we have decided to decommit from Boise State and open my recruitment."
Wilson gave his verbal commitment to the Broncos over the summer after attending the school's Elite Camp. He was the only quarterback commit in the class of 2018.
Just last week he posted photos on Twitter of Boise State coach Bryan Harsin and offensive coordinator Zak Hill visiting him at his home.
"Awesome Home visit from the broncos," the post read.