Past experience key for Bernhardy

Drew Bernhardy has spent so much time in Boise, he could call Boise State his second home. Over the summer, the 6-foot, 185-pound Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV) wide receiver, who also doubles as a safety, attended a Boise State football camp.

For Drew Bernhardy, what is there not to like about Boise State?

"I just like everything," Bernhardy said. "I've been up there before, and I've had a good time … yeah, you can say it's (a second) home."

Able to run 40-meters in a time of 4.58 seconds, the senior was part of a Gaels team that found success to conclude the 2006 season. Bishop Gorman completed a 6-5 record that included a 34-22 win over Dixie (St. George, Utah) in a pre-season game. The Gaels played three teams out of state – Utah, Texas and Missouri – before beginning Sunset-Southwest League play. Bernhardy had 5 interceptions this past season and was one of the Gaels' top tacklers.

He plans to visit Boise State, along with Wyoming, Colorado State, Utah and UNLV. But for right now, he's just soaking in the atmosphere of being a senior before making his college decision.

If all goes right, Boise State fans could be watching Bernhardy in upcoming years.

"They have a great football program," Bernhardy said, who said that if he did come to Boise he would looking forward to some of the big games the Broncos will play over the next few years.

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