In-Home Visit Report: Andrew Pint

In-Home Visit Report: Andrew Pint

Valor Christian HS LB Andrew Pint (Highlands Ranch, CO) verbally committed to Boise State over the summer & received a visit from his future Head Coach on Monday evening as Chris Petersen dropped by for an in-home visit & brought (LBs Coach) Bob Gregory along with him. How did the visit go? Could Pint possibly see playing time as a true freshman? He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about that and more.

Valor Christian HS LB Andrew Pint (Highlands Ranch, CO) verbally committed to Boise State over the summer and received a visit from his future Head Coach on Monday evening as Chris Petersen dropped by for an in-home visit and brought (LBs Coach) Bob Gregory along with him. How did the visit go?

"It went well," he said. "I got to talk to Coach Petersen and Coach Gregory for a little bit at school and then they came over at around 5 pm on Monday. It was a good visit."

"They talked to my parents for a bit when they got there," he stated. "Nothing too new, but reiterated what they said before about what to expect, Boise as a school, and the expectations of the football program."

"We went over the depth chart at LB," said Pint. "They aren't overly deep at LB right now so I'll probably see playing time next year. They're expecting the younger guys to step-up and play. It'll be cool to play as a freshman."

They also offered Pint a word of advice.

"They told me to keep working out," he said. "Keep going until you feel in-shape and then go some more," he added.

"I'm 100% committed."

The future Bronco will participate in the summer bridge program as will the majority of the other incoming freshmen, but Pint may have a "leg up" on some of the others due to the outstanding S&C program at Valor Christian.

"We have a great program," he said. "Our S&C coach was the head S&C coach at Oregon State before coming here. He's got us on a six week program and it's all machine circuits right now, running isn't as intense, but we change it up every six weeks in the program."

The 2012 graduating class got off to a rough start at Valor Christian, finishing with a 4-6 record in the 2009 season. They went on to reel off three state championships in dominating fashion following that season and learned how to overcome adversity in the process.

"We learned how to overcome adversity," he said. "That's the main thing that I'll take from my HS career," he added.

And Signing Day?

"I'm pretty excited for that," he said. "I've been committed for a while now and it'll be nice to make it official. We have quite a few people signing at Valor, so we're going to have a get together in the gym. It'll be exciting."

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Andrew Pint.



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