Douglas Shining At CB And WR

Nathaniel Narbonne HS CB Bryan Douglas (Harbor City, CA) has gotten off to a fast start through the first half of the 2009 season. The future Bronco has shined on both sides of the ball and he's looking to take it one game at a time. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his commitment to Boise State and his senior season thus far.

Nathaniel Narbonne HS CB Bryan Douglas (Harbor City, CA) has gotten off to a fast start through the first half of the 2009 season. The future Bronco has shined on both sides of the ball and he's looking to take it one game at a time. "It's great playing WR," he said. "I have 17 catches for 317 yards and 2 TDs. I also had an 80 yard TD called back against Orange Lutheran," he added.

At CB, the future Bronco matches up with the top WR on the opposing team. "It feels good to go up against their top receiver and shut them down. No one throws to my side."

Currently, Douglas and his teammates are trying to rebound from a slow start. "We're 2-3," he stated. "We just got to focus more, play harder, and together. We have to finish the game and not underestimate our opponent."

Narbonne will take on San Pedro in their next game in what looks to be a solid matchup. "We tied them in the championship last year," Douglas said. "We got to work through it and overcome adversity."

The standout CB is firm in his Boise State commitment and excited about the future of the program. "I'm 100% committed," he said. "I talked to Coach (Marcel) Yates two nights ago. He's coming to the game on Friday. I'm excited. I want him to see me play and let them know what they got coming up there," Douglas added.

Bryan and (DBs Coach) Marcel Yates made an instant connection during his recruitment. "Coach Yates is a real down to earth guy and real cool," he said. "You can't get no better coach. It'll be an honor to play for him."

The Broncos are currently sitting in the top five of the BCS standings. That hasn't gone unnoticed by Douglas. "We're definitely going to a BCS Bowl," he said. "We just got to take it one game at a time. We need to be a little more disciplined on defense and everything else is good."

Bronco fans can expect to see disciplined play from Douglas when he's on the field. "They can expect to see a lot me getting to the ball when it's in the air," he stated. "I take care of my assignment and do my job. I just bring speed, discipline, and an all-around great player," he added.

Douglas (5'11, 170, 4.4) hopes to leave his mark at Boise State and he looks to one of the best in Bronco history as a measuring stick. "They have a great secondary," he said. "I'm just hoping I can follow in Kyle Wilson's footsteps and all of his accomplishments."

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Bryan Douglas throughout his senior season.

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