Seattle O-lineman Picks Up Bronco Offer

King's HS OL Mason Friedline (Seattle, WA) has currently reeled in a number of offers from across the nation & just recently added a new one to the list as Boise State became the most recent school to put an offer on the table. The talented O-lineman has a busy summer planned visiting a number of schools, but will Boise State get a visit? He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about that & more.

King's HS OL Mason Friedline (Seattle, WA) has currently reeled in a number of offers from across the Pac-12 and a few Ivy League schools as well, but just recently added a new one to the list as Boise State became the most recent school to put an offer on the table. The talented O-lineman has a busy summer planned as he intends on visiting a number of schools, but will Boise State get a visit?

"Coach Smith from Boise State offered me," he said. "It was either last week or the week before," he added.

"Coach Smith basically said that he likes what I do on the field, but feels that I'm a quality person as well," he stated. "That really stood out to me. He said they're looking for quality young men and for him to recognize that in me says a lot. It's always nice to have others recognize your character and hard work in the classroom."

"They have become an elite college football program," he said in regards to Boise State. "Honestly, I'm not too familiar with them outside of that, but I've watched them a lot on TV. I always like to see local teams like that do well. They don't play in a big conference, but they keep winning."

Friedline will visit Oregon this weekend and is hoping to leave with an offer, but says he plans on visiting a number of other schools as well this summer.

"I'm going down to Oregon with my dad on Saturday. I'm hoping they'll offer," said Friedline. "I plan on checking out Cal, Stanford, possibly Boise State, and then heading back east to checkout Yale and a few Ivy League schools. It's going to be a busy summer."

"Academics will be big," he said. "Also, I'm looking for a great relationship with my position coach and head coach. They're both like fathers to me in HS and I want that to continue at the next level."

Friedline went on to say that he plans on narrowing down his list sometime this summer and would like to take at least a few official visits as well.

"I'll probably narrow it down in a little bit...sometime this summer or just after," he said. "For official visits, I'd like to take all five if I have time. I'm not sure if I'll be able to fit that many in."

Friedline and his teammates are currently in week two of spring football and he says this year's team has championship potential.

"We're looking really good," he said. "This could be one of our best teams in school history. We return our QB, two great WRs, and three starters are back on the O-line. On defense, we bring back some great talent as well."

"We were 9-3 last year," said Friedline. "We definitely have the potential to be better. This team is capable of going all the way."

So, what does Mason Friedline (6'5, 275) bring to the gridiron?

"The common theme I hear from coaches is athleticism, hard work, and good footwork," he said. "I think those are my three best attributes, but I'm working to improve some more too," he added.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Mason Friedline.



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