Tercek Excited To Officially Become A Bronco

East Central HS OL Andrew Tercek (San Antonio, TX) verbally committed to Boise State last summer & says he's eager to sign on the dotted line on Wednesday morning & officially become a Bronco. The talented O-lineman brings a high football IQ to the Bronco football program & the coaching staff is excited to see what he can do on the field. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about Signing Day & more.

East Central HS OL Andrew Tercek (San Antonio, TX) verbally committed to Boise State last summer and says he's eager to sign on the dotted line on Wednesday morning and officially become a Bronco. The talented O-lineman brings a high football IQ to the Bronco football program and the coaching staff is excited to see what he can do on the field.

"That's an understatement," he said. "I'm so excited to sign on the dotted line tomorrow and officially become a Bronco. Of course, the school has a Signing Day ceremony and I've also heard that the Boise State Fan Club of San Antonio might show up. Who knew there was one in the middle of Texas? I know it's going to be surreal and will really hit me when I sign on that dotted line."

"I'm just so thankful to God for blessing me with this opportunity," he stated. "My family and coaches have really helped me through this journey. It's just amazing the time and effort that it takes so many people to be able to give just one player an opportunity like this. I'm just so thankful for it."

"Coach Petersen was here two weeks ago," said Tercek. "He sat right in my living room. He laid out the guidelines for what will happen, S&C workouts, what to expect in the summer bridge program, and how I fit the definition of the 'OKG.' It really just showed me again that Boise State is the best place for me."

And that Bronco fan club in San Antonio?

"Yeah, that's a funny story," he said. "We were playing Steele and our colors are very similar to theirs. They wear black like we do, but I looked up in the middle of the visitor stands and spotted some blue and orange. I pointed it out to my dad and sure enough they were Boise State fans coming to watch me play. I was definitely feeling the love. My dad went up and spoke to them for a bit."

"It was really cool to see that."

East Central's colors are black and gold, but they might as well be blue and orange given that their offense is very similar to Boise State's.

"Our coaches went to a Boise State clinic about 4-5 years ago," said Tercek. "Our playbook is almost the exact same. It's funny since on my official visit I was sitting in on an offensive meeting and knew the formations. It's really identical to what we do at East Central. I was able to understand what they were doing and how they were trying to do it."

"They have a very well-coached offense, defense, and special teams," he said in regards to Boise State. "Coach Petersen definitely knows what he's doing, everyone buys-in, and to win as many games as they did this year after losing 19 starters just shows how well they are coached. It's something I can't wait to be a part of."

An off-season? There is no off-season for Andrew Tercek.

"I'm still lifting weights and starting track right now," he said. "I'll be going to Athletic Republic in 2-3 months for some training and I'm also going to start using the workout plan as soon as I get it," he added.

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




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