Boise ATH Commits To Boise State

Boise ATH Commits To Boise State

Capital HS ATH Kyle Sosnowski (Boise, ID) recently became the third 2010 commit for Boise State. The Treasure Valley ATH continues a long pipeline of talented recruits from Capital to Boise State. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his commitment to Boise State and his future as a Bronco.

Capital HS ATH Kyle Sosnowski (Boise, ID) recently became the third 2010 commit for Boise State. The Treasure Valley ATH couldn't be happier with his decision. "I chose Boise State because I got along with the coaches well, the team chemistry, it's the hometown school, and I already know some of the players," he said. The Broncos signed two Capital prospects in the 2009 class as Geraldo Hiwat and Bryant Thomas will both be freshmen this year.

Offensive Coordinator Bryan Harsin is a former Capital standout and he has helped Boise State continue that strong local pipeline. "Coach Harsin recruited me," he said. "He's a good guy and a former Capital player."

The Bronco offer came just recently as Sosnowski earned it with a strong performance at the recent football camp at Boise State. "I got the offer around June 26th after camp," he said. "I thought I had a good camp. I caught the ball well and I'm quick. It was a good performance even though I always think I can perform better," he added. The offer from Boise State was Kyle's third as the Broncos joined Idaho and Idaho State.

Sosnowski (6'3, 215, 4.6) saw the most time at TE and WR during the camp. "I would say they are recruiting me as a TE. I played WR and TE at camp."

The Capital Eagles have always been a powerhouse when it comes to HS football in the State of Idaho. They continued that success last season. "We were 8-2," he said. "We just didn't finish in the playoffs." Kyle now hopes a strong offseason work ethic will help get the Eagles back to a state championship in 2009. "We have a good lifting program at Capital. I lift hard Monday through Thursday and I sometimes go through Saturday. I ride my bike a lot and jog a good bit as well."

Sosnowski's most memorable moment thus far in his HS career came just last season. "The biggest moment I can remember is when I broke the school record for INTs in my junior year against Valley View. The record was eleven. I had eight in my sophomore year and five in my junior year."

What does Sosnowski bring to Boise State? "I got the size and I can also beat you with my speed," he said. "I have good hands and I'll go up and get it."

Last season, Sosnowski racked up 42 tackles to go along with 5 INTs and 3 forced fumbles.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Kyle Sosnowski.

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