Creason Leaves Boise State Impressed

Folsom (Calif.) offensive lineman Cody Creason knows exactly what he wants in a college. The hard part for him is in deciding which one will suit those needs. He's got plenty of options, and one option that has him recently impressed is Boise State...

With the suitors lining up to make their sales pitches, Cody Creason, a 6'4" 294-pound junior came away impressed with his visit to Boise State last week.

"It was really, really good," said the Junior standout about what the Broncos offer. "I could definitely envision myself there. The coaches were great, the players were great, the weight room was good, the campus was good.

"The city around it was really good. I loved it." Creason, who hopes to make his decision before the start of his senior season, has plenty of options.

In addition to the Broncos, he's received offers from Oregon, California, Washington State, San Diego State, San Jose State, Oregon State, Arizona, Arizona State and Utah. USC and Colorado have also shown interest. No matter which school wins his heart, it will have met his list of requirements.

"I'm looking for good coaches, someone I can see myself playing for," he said. "The players, the academic support I'd be able to receive. The team chemistry, whether or not I can envision myself going to the school for the next 4 or 5 years is all important to me."

A boundary tackle who simply mashes his defenders into the grounds, Creason isn't limited to one side of the line.

"My versatility is one of my strong suits," he said. "I can play any position on the line. I think that'll help me start early in my career." Creason is used to starting early, having started as a sophomore with the Bulldogs. In his junior season, he helped lead Folsom to an undefeated regular season and Division I championship. Their only loss came against Concord De La Salle in the state championship.

For his efforts, he earned Delta River League Lineman of the Year, First-team All-Metro, First-team All-Section, First-team All-Northern California and Second-Team All-State. All he wants to do now is improve.

"I just want to get stronger, quicker, work on my agility," he said. "Just kind of everything. I want to improve as an overall player."




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