Bronco Commit Gears Up For Senior Season

Capital HS ATH Kyle Sosnowski (Boise, ID) became the third 2010 commitment for the Broncos in July and now he's all geared up for his senior season. The talented ATH brings versatility to Boise State as he can play numerous positions on the gridiron. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his upcoming senior season and his future as a Bronco.

Capital HS ATH Kyle Sosnowski (Boise, ID) became the third 2010 commitment for the Broncos in July and now he's all geared up for his senior season. "We just got done with two-a-days," he said. "Now it's just regular practice and lifting. It's going good. The weather is hot and the team is looking good. It's all coming together," he added.

Kyle's father, Steve Sosnowski, played at Boise State and he thinks the Bronco football program is a good fit for his son. "He's excited that I'll play at Boise State," he said. "He backed me up on my decision and thinks it'll be a good fit for me."

The future Bronco watched a few practices recently and he came away impressed. "I went down to watch some practices," Sosnowski said. "They are looking good. On defense, Jeron Johnson stood out. He's a hard hitter. I watched (Tommy) Gallarda and he's fitting in and catching the ball."

The 2009 opener against Oregon has been discussed all offseason. Arguably the most hyped up game in Boise State history is now just a few days away and Kyle is starting to feel the excitement. "I'll be at the Oregon game," he said. "It's going to be exciting. It'll be fun to see how they react. There's going to be a huge crowd at this game. I think they'll take it as just another game and come out with a win. It's going to be fun to be on the sideline and to think I'll be a part of the team."

Sosnowski (6'3, 215, 4.6) brings a lot of versatility to the Broncos as he can play numerous positions on both sides of the ball. TE seems to be the position that is talked about most at this point. "They are looking at me at TE," he said. "I haven't played TE. I'll be playing it this year. It's different." Kyle was All-State at S and he sees that transition to the offensive side of the ball as an advantage. "It's a bit of an advantage. I know what DBs are thinking and how they'll play the ball."

The Capital Eagles and Boise Braves will renew their rivalry on September 4th and kickoff the 2009 season. "We open with Boise," he said. "I believe they were .500. They haven't beat us in about twenty-six years. We've been going at it for a while."

Kyle hopes to go out on a winning note and bring a state championship home to Capital. "I really want a state championship," Sosnowski said. "I was close my sophomore year. We played in the state championship and lost. Would be great to go out with one."

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Kyle Sosnowski throughout his senior season.

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