Scout.com takes a closer look at the Fontana (Calif.) Summit cornerback and Boise State commit..…
Future Bronco Discusses Senior Campaign
Summit HS CB Donte Deayon (Fontana, CA) verbally committed to Boise State back in June and is currently gearing up for what could be a record breaking senior campaign. The future Bronco only needs 5 more INTs to break the state record and if his senior season is anything like 2010, they'll be adding his name to the record books. "Just mainly getting ready for football," he said. "We just put the pads on today and we started school on the 8th, so that was a little rough. We're just trying to get back into the grind." "I'm real excited for the season," he stated. "We actually have our first scrimmage next Friday against AB Miller. We're going to treat this just like a real game. Our goal is to clean it up and fix all the little mistakes before the season starts." "My biggest personal goal is to get 5 more INTs. That'll put my name in the record books," he said. "I think the record is like 22 INTs. I've got 18 right now, so it would be crazy to break that record." 2010 was a banner year for the Summit SkyHawks as they made it all the way to the CIF Championship Game, but came up just short in their quest for a ring. They return 16 starters from that team and their goal for 2011 is simple...bring home a CIF Championship. "Our goal is to win that ring," he said. "We return a lot of starters from last year, so we should be real good. We have a lot of returning talent at key positions like RB, O-line, and D-line." On the recruiting front, Deayon says he's still 100% committed to Boise State and keeps in close contact with the coaching staff. "I actually just spoke to them today," said Deayon. "I spoke to Coach Petersen and Coach Bhonapha. I just wanted to see how they were doing and everything. Just see what's up and things like that." "They're all real easy-going," he said. "Coach Yates coached me up a bit when I was up there, Coach Pete has great spirit, and I just talk to Coach Bhonapha about regular stuff. I have a great relationship with all of them." The underclassmen at Summit look to Deayon (5'10, 165) for leadership. That's something he's more than happy to provide. "They look up to me, ask me questions, and stuff," he said. "My goal is to try to get better every day, but I want to help them as much as I can too. I want to see them do well on the field." BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Donte Deayon.
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