Broncos Offer Texas TE

Broncos Offer Texas TE

Cy-Fair HS TE Sean Irwin (Cypress, TX) picked up his fourth offer just a couple days ago as Boise State became the latest school to put an offer on the table. The Lone Star State has been a recruiting priority for the Bronco coaching staff in recent years & it looks like the 2012 class will be no different. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his interest in Boise State and his recruitment so far

Cy-Fair HS TE Sean Irwin (Cypress, TX) picked up his fourth offer just a couple days ago as Boise State became the latest school to put an offer on the table. The Lone Star State has been a recruiting priority for the Bronco coaching staff in recent years and it looks like the 2012 class will be no different.

"Coach Huff offered me at around 5:30," he said. "He's a pretty funny guy. The first time I saw Boise State was at one of our practices last week. They called me while I was in class this morning and I told them I'd call them back after football practice. So, that's what I did and then I got the offer."

"I don't know a lot about them, but they look pretty nifty," he said in regards to Boise State. "Honestly, I like the blue turf a lot. Coach Huff said they use their TEs the same way the NFL does, so I liked hearing that."

Colorado, Louisville, and Rice have also extended an offer to the talented TE prospect. Irwin says he's just taking it all in right now, but a couple schools in particular stand-out to him at this time.

"Colorado was my first offer. They've been there the whole time for me," said Irwin. "Another school I like is Rice since the education is so good. I want to have a good life after college, so I need to take a look at the academic side as well."

"I'm not sure about a timetable for committing," he stated. "I might commit before my senior season, but I'd like to take some of my official visits as well. I guess we'll just have to see how it goes."

Cy-Fair is a smash-mouth football team that uses the Power-I formation more than any other. To play TE in a system like that means you have to be a great blocker and Irwin says that's one aspect that schools like about his game.

"They like that I can get down like a lineman," he said. "Most schools have told me it's hard to find a TE like me since I'm big, physical, and can catch the ball like a receiver as well."

"Catching the ball and blocking is what I do best," he said. "I run a 4.74, so I can knock someone over and get up-field pretty quick," he added.

As a junior, Irwin (6'4, 230, 4.74) had 13 receptions for 300 yards and 2 TDs.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Sean Irwin.

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