The Boise State football team added more depth at cornerback Wednesday with the addition of Utah State transfer Jared Reed.
Reed announced his commitment to the Broncos in a social media post on Twitter.
He played in all six of the Aggies’ games last season and started two. He posted seven tackles and a pass breakup in his first carer start against New Mexico and finished the season with 18 tackles and a sack.
Reed sat out the 2019 season after transferring from Portland State, where he spent two seasons and appeared in 10 games in 2018. The 6-foot, 190-pound native of Portland, Oregon, joins the Broncos with two years of eligibility remaining.
Boise State also added Bowling Green transfer Caleb Biggers in March. The veteran of 19 starts just arrived on campus last week. Biggers and junior Markel Reed are the favorites to start at cornerback this season as the Broncos search for replacements for Avery Williams and Jalen Walker.
Williams was picked in the fifth round of the NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons, and Walker opted not to take the NCAA up on its offer of an extra year of eligibility because of the coronavirus pandemic.