"I'm up to 270lbs right now," Garrett Larson said. "My goal is to be 285lbs by the time football starts. I've been lifting as much as I can and trying to eat as much food as I can, which can be hard at times."
As the three-star prospect continues to prepare for his senior season at Fruitland, and as he pushes toward his weight goal, what has remained constant is his desire to be a Bronco.
"Before (Boise State offered me) I was going to see what other offers I would get, but as soon as I saw Boise I knew that's where I wanted to play," Larson said. "Up to that point I hadn't had a whole lot of contact with them. I knew I liked their school, but I wasn't sure what they were all about. They invited me to visit and gave me a tour. I liked coach (Scott) Huff and (Bryan) Harsin a lot. I can get along with the players and coaches and it was a good fit. When they offered I committed on the spot."
"I told my coach and all the other press that I was happy with my decision and I'm not changing," Larson said. "Other college coaches know that and they leave me alone."
"I played with them when they were here, when I was a freshman," he said. "I'm looking forward to seeing them again."