Douglas Is Set To Visit Boise State

Nathaniel Narbonne HS CB Bryan Douglas (Harbor City, CA) became Boise State's fourth commitment in July and now he's all set to visit Boise to watch the Broncos take on Oregon. Excitement has been building for the opener against Oregon and Douglas is feeling it as well. He spoke to about his senior season, his upcoming visit to Boise State, and his future as a Bronco.

Nathaniel Narbonne HS CB Bryan Douglas (Harbor City, CA) became Boise State's fourth commitment in July and he's thrilled with his decision to become a Bronco. "I'm 200% committed," he said. "I was speechless when Boise offered me. I got stuck on them. I was just in love from day one," he added.

Defensive Backs Coach Marcel Yates did an excellent job recruiting Douglas (5'11, 170, 4.4) and he made an unbelievable impression on the future Bronco. "I like Coach Yates because he's so real," he said. "He'll tell me anything. He won't sugarcoat anything and he's upfront about everything."

'The Blue' will take center stage on Thursday as perhaps the most highly anticipated game in Bronco history will take place before a nationally televised audience. Douglas will be in attendance as he will take his official visit to Boise State and watch the Broncos battle the Ducks. "Man, I don't even know how to act," he said with a laugh. "I might try to get on the field with them. I'm so excited for this game. The thrill is there and it feels like my game."

The itinerary for Bryan's visit to Boise is all set. "I'm going to ride in on Wednesday," he said. "I'll go to my hotel and hook up with some players on campus and get real comfortable. I'll go to the game on Thursday and fly out on Friday," Douglas added.

Boise State CB Kyle Wilson has paved the way for 'undersized' DBs from coast to coast and Douglas sees the All-American as an inspiration. "Kyle is the person I want to be like," he said. "He's an inspiration. I want to follow in his footsteps. He's been told he's too little but I love that about him. He didn't let it get to him. I'm just going to keep working hard and show those other schools that I can do it."

Bryan and his teammates are in full contact mode now as they have been scrimmaging the past few weeks. "We just had our in-team scrimmage," he said. "We'll play Culver in a scrimmage too." Douglas will be playing WR this year and he put on a show during the scrimmage. "I had 5 catches for 115 yards in our scrimmage. I'm real versatile. I'm just good at making people miss."

The Gauchos are all prepared for the season opener as it's just a little over a week away. "We play South East," Douglas said. "We expect to beat everybody and we're working hard. We're not cocky. We have got to keep our composure and play hard all four quarters." will continue to have updates on Bryan Douglas throughout his senior season.

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