Polk Back From Boise

Piscataway Township HS LB Kyle Polk (Piscataway, NJ) recently spent five days in Boise for the individual camp. Polk believes he helped his cause by attending the camp and now he hopes to be on the verge of a Bronco offer. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his camp experience and his recruitment thus far.

Piscataway Township HS LB Kyle Polk (Piscataway, NJ) recently spent five days in Boise for the individual camp. Polk's camp performance appears to have been a success. "It went really good," he said. "I brought some swag from the East Coast. I think I performed really well."

The trip to Boise was Polk's first and he brought his dad along to checkout what the Bronco program has to offer. "The campus is really nice," he said. "They are putting up a lot of new buildings. I walked around campus and got a good feel for it. I spent a lot of time on the blue turf," he added.

The Bronco camp was Kyle's first full contact camp. "I also camped at Syracuse and Temple. Boise was definitely the best. It was an experience I've never had before. It was the only full contact camp I had ever been to." Kyle will now set his sights on another camp this weekend. "I'm going to UCONN this weekend," he said. "Their coach asked me to come to their camp this weekend."

The coaches knew who Kyle was the moment he stepped on the field. "The LB coach (Jeff Choate) worked with us the most," Polk said. "They knew who I was. They all knew my name. Coach Pete asked me how I was doing and knew who I was."

The coaches put the camp attendees through the same drills that the Bronco players go through each day in practice. "We did the same drills as the players," he said. "We had tackling drills and individual periods. They'd call certain players up for drills and they called my name a lot."

Kyle (6'0, 205, 4.59) now hopes to take an official visit to Boise State during the 2009 season and there's one game in particular that he wants to attend. "I would really like to make that first Oregon game," he said. "That would be great to see. I'd like to set an official visit so I can bring my mom and see how she likes it. She's the main factor in my decision," Polk added.

Attending the camp at Boise State will now allow Kyle to apply those same techniques he learned during the upcoming spring practice and 2009 season. "It was just an all-around great experience," he said. "I learned a lot of new stuff that I could bring back to my HS and things I never knew before."

There's little doubt when it comes to the school that Polk is favoring at this point. "Boise State is my #1," he said. "I'm going to give them about a week to evaluate my film and then I'll see where I stand with them."

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Kyle Polk.

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