Broncos Remain The Heavy Favorite For Seisay

American Canyon HS ATH Chris Seisay (American Canyon, CA) has had Boise State on top since the beginning of his recruitment, but when will he receive that elusive offer? Being an outstanding CB and WR prospect, how would the coaching utilize his abilities? Will he camp at Boise State this summer? He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about all of that and more.

American Canyon HS ATH Chris Seisay (American Canyon, CA) has had Boise State on top since the beginning of his recruitment, but when will he receive that elusive offer? Being an outstanding CB and WR prospect, how would the coaching staff utilize his abilities? And will he camp at Boise State this summer?

"I talked to Coach Bhonapha yesterday and he told me they'll be close to offering soon," he said. "I'll be out there for the camp this summer and I think that's when they'll offer," he added.

"They want me to come out there a day or two early so I can meet the coaches and everything," he stated. "I'm definitely going to do that. I love going to Idaho and Boise. It just gives me a good feeling...feels like home."

"I'm taking two classes right now and I'm almost done," said Seisay. "I'm hoping this will make my core GPA go up. That's what I want to see. I'm thinking that I'll be done towards the middle of next month. Those two C's from my freshman year will be A's."

The talented ATH currently has offers from Washington State, Utah State, San Diego State, and Hawaii. He also says Texas A&M could be close to offering, but Boise State is far away his #1 choice right now.

"Boise State is still my #1," he said. "I'm just going to keep working hard until I get that offer. My parents would like to see me at Boise State if they offer."

"They like me at WR," said Seisay. "What I like about Coach Prince is that NFL experience. He can teach me a lot of stuff while I'm there and knows what it takes to get to that next level. I think he can help me with that."

Seisay will be back in Boise this summer for the annual football camp held at Bronco Stadium, but he also attended the camp last summer as well.

"I went to the camp last summer. They were the first school I talked to," he said. "I liked Boise ever since I went up there for the first time. I felt it was a nice place with the community, the coaches, and the overall team...that made it my dream school."

For now, he's focused on preparing for the upcoming season as he and his teammates will hit the practice field in two weeks for the start of spring ball.

"I'm looking forward to it," he said. "I love being on the field with my team. I think we're going to be competing for a section championship this year. We almost made it to the playoffs last year with a bunch of sophomores and juniors. We had a very young team."

"I'm just going to work on my route running skills and my consistency," he said. "I'm also going to work on my footwork, change of direction, things like that," he added.

As a junior, he had 26 receptions for 756 yards and 9 TDs.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Chris Seisay.




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