Steven Baggett: 'They Do A Lot Of Winning'

Steven Baggett: 'They Do A Lot Of Winning'

Martin HS OL Steven Baggett (Arlington, TX) was offered by Boise State last month and verbally committed to the Bronco coaching staff on Saturday afternoon. Boise State has been mining the State of Texas for talent more than ever as they continue to build a solid pipeline within the Texas HS ranks. Baggett spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his commitment to Boise State and his future as a Bronco.

Martin HS OL Steven Baggett (Arlington, TX) was offered by Boise State last month and verbally committed to the Bronco coaching staff on Saturday afternoon. Boise State has been mining the State of Texas for talent more than ever as they continue to build a solid pipeline within the Texas HS ranks.

"I committed to Boise State on Saturday afternoon," he said. "It's a great football program and I saw everything that I needed to while I was up there last week. Everybody was so nice and it looks like a great place to play football and go to school."

"They do a lot of winning," he said in regards to Boise State. "Winning is always a good thing. The program also has a lot of tradition and they look for guys with a good work ethic. I work hard in everything that I do, so I think that aspect fits me well."

"Coach Pease recruited me," he stated. "He's just a real genuine guy. He would always write me letters and I could ask him or Coach Strausser anything that I needed to know. I was so excited when they offered me since that's a big offer and I've always liked Boise State."

Once again, Head Coach Chris Petersen made a solid impression on the parent of a recruit.

"My dad loves Coach Petersen," said Baggett. "He really felt comfortable with me going there after speaking to Coach Petersen. The Head Coach doesn't sit down and talk to you at too many schools, but he made time to do that for us and he's just a real nice guy. He made a great impression on me and my dad."

The talented O-lineman says he's 100% committed to Boise State.

"I'm 100% committed," he said. "I knew I wanted to be 100% when I finally committed. That's why I didn't commit right when Boise State offered. I wanted to see the campus and everything just to make sure. I'm absolutely 100% now that I've seen everything I need to see."

What does Baggett (6'3, 255, 5.3) bring to the gridiron?

"I finish my blocks, just put them on their back," he said. "I can run block, pass block, everything," he added.

The talented O-lineman chose Boise State over offers from New Mexico State, Georgia State, South Alabama, Western Kentucky, Air Force, and Texas State.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Steven Baggett.

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