Sean Harlow Talks Recruiting

San Clemente HS OL Sean Harlow (San Clemente, CA) currently holds over a dozen offers, including Boise State. The talented O-lineman was in Boise over spring break just about a month ago & says he came away impressed with the family atmosphere & up-tempo nature of the practices. So, where does Boise State currently stand? He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about all of that & more.

San Clemente HS OL Sean Harlow (San Clemente, CA) currently holds over a dozen offers and has visited a number of schools over the past month, including Boise State. The talented O-lineman was in Boise over spring break just about a month ago and says he came away impressed with the family atmosphere and up-tempo nature of the practices. So, where does Boise State currently stand?

"I really enjoyed the trip to Boise," he said. "I got to have a lot of one-on-one time, sat in on a meeting, hear about the new facilities, watch practice, and met the coaching staff," he added.

"Coach Petersen is a competitor," he stated. "He's all about building character, building you as a person, always giving you positive encouragement, and Coach Strausser is the same way."

"It was good to get up there during spring ball," said Harlow. "I wanted to see the coaches in action, so it was good to see that. I was able to see how they coach, how the players get along, and the facilities don't have to be amazing for me, but it looks like Boise State is building a nice new one."

Harlow visited Boise State, Oregon State, Oregon, Utah, Colorado, and Washington within the span of about one month. He says he's still open right now, but two visits in particular stood out.

"Honestly, I'd have to say Boise and Oregon State stood out the most. Mostly because I'm looking for that family aspect," he said. "I liked Colorado and UW a lot too, but I just enjoyed the trips to Boise and Oregon State a lot. They were fun."

"For Oregon State, I've been up there twice already and they were my first offer," said Harlow. "You could see that the coaches and players all got along really well. I know Isaac Seumalo and he could've gone anywhere in the country, but he chose Oregon State. I think that says a lot about Coach Cav."

"For Boise State, I was talking to a player that was rehabbing and he talked about how the team bonds," he said. "He said Coach Petersen is a great guy, everyone gets along well, and that impressed me."

Harlow (6'4, 260) went on to say that he's still planning to take at least a few official visits.

"It'd be nice to commit before my senior season, but I'm not in any rush," he said. "I'm looking at taking three official visits or so right now," he added.

But for now, he and his teammates are gearing up for another run at the CIF Championship.

"We start spring ball on May 14th," he said. "I'm definitely looking forward to it. I'm working on my stance, moving from right to left, and I'm still not perfect by any means. I can always improve. I'm definitely going to try to be a leader this year. Hopefully, the new guys on the O-line will be self-motivated after seeing the great season we had last year."

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Sean Harlow.




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