Boise Commit Goes Out On Top

Valor Christian HS LB Andrew Pint (Highlands Ranch, CO) committed to Boise State back in August & will now look ahead to his college career as he and his teammates wrapped up a "three-peat" just last week. Pint's HS career has been a wild ride, from 4-6 as a freshman, to becoming the most dominant program in the state. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about going out on top & his future as a Bronco.

Valor Christian HS LB Andrew Pint (Highlands Ranch, CO) verbally committed to Boise State back in August and will now look ahead to his college career as he and his teammates wrapped up a "three-peat" just last week. Pint's HS career has been a wild ride, from 4-6 as a freshman, to becoming the most dominant program in the state.

"It was awesome," he said. "It was a great way for us to go out when you think about where we came from at 4-6. That's just a huge turnaround. I never thought we'd have a three-peat."

"It all started with our first senior class," he stated. "We got this thing started and kept it rolling. We've been dedicated, really hard-working, and we started that winning legacy that will definitely carry on. We've also got a great junior class coming up."

"Personally, I thought I played really well this season," said Pint. "I didn't put up big numbers since I only played about half a game statistically, but the young guys needed those reps. I couldn't ask for a better senior year."

To say the Eagle defense was dominating would be an understatement. They surrendered a total of 90 points in 14 games and pitched a total of 5 shutouts. According to Pint, results like that start in the weight room each off-season.

"That all starts in the weight room," he said. "We start lifting as soon as the season is over and we've been playing together now for four years. We have that familiarity and that chemistry that a lot of teams don't have. We were a very close group."

The future Bronco also got a visit from (LBs Coach) Bob Gregory on Monday afternoon.

"Coach Gregory was here yesterday from about 4-6 pm," said Pint. "It was cool, not a lot of people can say you had a coach from Boise State at your house. We just talked about what to expect next year, he walked me through the practice schedule, and talked about the changes from HS to college. We put in a ton of hours at Valor, but this is Division 1 football, so I know you'll have to put in even more dedication and time."

"Coach Gregory knows so much about the game," he said. "It's great having a coach like that and one that is really down to Earth as well. Both of my parents really like him."

"I'm 100% committed."

Pint has also played lacrosse and run track in years past, but this off-season will be totally focused on football.

"I'm not going to play lacrosse or run track this year. I'm going to focus my time on football," he said. "I'm going to take a week or two off and then get going again over Christmas break. Our S&C Coach is one of the best in the state and he's going to help us prepare for college."

The Broncos head to Las Vegas sporting an 11-1 record and a Top 10 ranking. Pint (6'2, 215) says the team had a "great" season.

"11-1 is a great season," he said. "I think they've had an awesome year. They're ranked in the top ten and a Bowl Game is a Bowl Game. That's exciting."

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



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