Andrew Pint: The Next To Pull The Trigger?

Valor Christian HS LB Andrew Pint (Highlands Ranch, CO) was offered by Boise State back in June following an outstanding performance at the annual football camp held at Bronco Stadium. The talented LB has favored Boise State over the past month & reportedly could be close to committing. So, will Pint be the next Boise State commit? He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his interest in Boise State..

Valor Christian HS LB Andrew Pint (Highlands Ranch, CO) was offered by Boise State back in June following an outstanding performance at the annual football camp held at Bronco Stadium. The talented LB has favored Boise State over the past month and reportedly could be close to committing. So, will Pint be the next Boise State commit?

"I've got offers from Boise State, UNLV, and Northern Colorado," he said. "I'm most interested in Boise State right now and I want to commit before my senior season. I feel Boise State is going to be the one."

"Coach Gregory is recruiting me," he stated. "I went up there for the camp in early June, really liked the coaching staff, the atmosphere, and everything like that. It seems like a great family and you're not just a number out there. The blue turf is sweet and they win games, so that's great."

"I was only at the camp for a day. I flew up that morning and left that night," said Pint. "Personally, I thought I did well. That was my first time being in pads for a while, so I did well taking that into account."

Pint says there's a sense of "familiarity" when comparing the Bronco defense to that of Valor Christian.

"Their defense is a lot like ours," he said. "I like how fast they play and there's that sense of familiarity, so that's appealing to me. They play fast and hard. I like that."

The Eagles made the jump from 3A to 4A following the 2009 season, but you wouldn't realize it if you simply looked at the results. The 2010 team picked up right where they left off in 2009 and the Eagles captured a State Championship in their first season as a 4A school.

"We went 11-3 last year," said Pint. "We just have a lot of great players and we should be even better this year. We return nine starters on defense and only have to replace our QB on offense. The defense should be superb and our new QB knows the offense pretty well. We're going to be real good this year."

"I just want to have a great year with my buddies," he said. "I want us to go out the best we can and win a State Championship. I think we have it in us to make a really great run this year."

What does Pint (6'2, 215) bring to the gridiron?

"I know the coaches (BSU) like how well I run and the fact that I have good hips," he said. "I can change direction real easy," he added.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Andrew Pint.




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