FOX Sports/Scout.com field reporter Tara Turnure catches up with three-star cornerback Chaz Anderson…
Chaz Anderson: 'It Was A Great Win'
The Loyola HS football program has a proud tradition, but has struggled over the past few years. They're off to a 2-0 start in 2011 and the future Bronco says this year's team is a championship contender. This past weekend, Loyola dominated West Covina 35-7 with Anderson leading the team in receptions as a WR, and from his CB position on defense.
"We beat Mira Costa 28-14 last week," he said. "Honestly, I go into every game feeling confident that we'll come out with a win. The fact that we won wasn't a surprise to me. I expect to beat everyone."
"We're definitely off to a good start," he said. "We finally have that family-type atmosphere, our coaching staff for more than a year, and we know what we're capable of doing each game," he added.
"We play West Covina this weekend, (this past weekend)" he stated. "They run an offense with the backs in motion and the QB fakes the ball all over the place. I feel that we'll dominate this game as long as we tackle well and play disciplined football."
On the recruiting front, Anderson (6'0, 173) says he's 150% committed to Boise State and watched every minute of the big win over Georgia last Saturday.
"I'm more than 100% committed," said Anderson. "I'd say I'm more like 150%."
"It was a great win," he said. "What stood out to me is how the defense played so well as a unit. The D-line was very impressive and the secondary played really well too. It looked like everyone had such a deep desire to win."
"I talk to Coach Yates and Coach Petersen on a regular basis," said Anderson. "We set-up my official visit when I spoke to them about a week ago. I'll be up in Boise on September 24th for the Tulsa game."
The future Bronco will visit the Boise State campus for the first time later this month and says he wants to see that family atmosphere that he hears about so frequently.
"I want to see how the players interact with each other and just that family atmosphere I've heard about," he said. "I know Boise is all about football and there's a great community up there. I'm excited to see it."
"Being able to play with Bryan (Douglas) will be great," said Anderson. "Boise State is a great program with a lot of community support and that's something I've been looking for since I was young. Also, the coaches are great too."
"I'm doing well academically."
BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Chaz Anderson.
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