Junior Day Report: Isaac Seumalo

Corvallis HS OL Isaac Seumalo (Corvallis, OR) is one of the top O-line prospects on the West Coast and was in Boise this past weekend for the inaugural Junior Day event. What did he think of the event? He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about the Junior Day experience in Boise.

Corvallis HS OL Isaac Seumalo (Corvallis, OR) is one of the top O-line prospects on the West Coast and was in Boise this past weekend for the inaugural Junior Day event. What did he think of the event?

"I really liked it," he said. "I really like Coach Petersen a lot. I didn't get to see Coach Strausser a whole lot, but I like that they're building a bunch of new facilities and everything."

"It was pretty cool to have some one-on-one time with Coach Petersen," he stated. "I went into it thinking he was a good guy, but now I know that he's a really good guy. He's the type of coach that I'd like to play for in college. We didn't talk much football, but more about how they offer players based on more than highlight film. He said they want good football players, but better people. I liked hearing that."

It appears the new facility improvements and the stadium expansion were a big selling point at the event.

"They had a half hour presentation on the new improvements with their Associate A.D.," he said. "Those facilities are going to be great. I liked seeing that they're going to have a football-only facility and expand the weight room a bit more."

So, what does Seumalo (6'3, 286) think of Boise State at this point in his recruitment?

"I'm not sure I'll ever make a list or rankings," said Seumalo. "I really liked it a lot there and they're really building something unique. One thing that stood out to me was the strong team bond amongst the players. They have a nice atmosphere and that's something I'm looking for."

The standout O-lineman will head to Stanford next month for their Junior Day event and still plans on enjoying the whole recruiting process.

"I don't have any other plans beyond Stanford next month," he said. "I'm still wide open. Right now, I'm just looking at what each school has to offer and enjoying the process."

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Isaac Seumalo.

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