Corral Conversations: Bryan Douglas

Corral Conversations: Bryan Douglas

Boise State has an excellent turnout for the summer conditioning program each year and this year is no different as all the incoming freshmen have arrived on campus. CB Bryan Douglas (Harbor City, CA) arrived in Boise for summer conditioning back on July 7th, and spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his thoughts on beginning his college career at Boise State.

Nathaniel Narbonne HS CB Bryan Douglas (Harbor City, CA) arrived in Boise for summer conditioning back on July 7th and the transition appears to be moving along rather smoothly. Boise State has an excellent turnout for the summer conditioning program each year and this year is no different as all the incoming freshmen have arrived on campus. "Everything has been good," he said. "It was bitter sweet when we were at the airport and I basically slept the whole flight here. Quaylon (Ewing) picked me up from the airport, took me back to the house, and I just got settled in from there," he added.

Douglas is learning the "Bronco Way" from four teammates that were in his shoes just last year. He's currently rooming with Quaylon Ewing, Kharyee Marshall, Charles Leno, and Jonathan Brown. Ewing has already taken Douglas under his wing. "Man, it's good because me and Quaylon have so much in common. He's a real cool dude," he stated. "He tells me everything I need to know, what to do, and how to do it. He just shows me everything I need to know."

One of the biggest differences between HS and college is the amount of work and conditioning that takes place in the offseason. Grant Hedrick told BroncoCountry that you can't slack off for even a minute in the weight room and Douglas fully agrees with him. "You can slack off in HS and no one will call you out," he said. "College is way different and you have to be on top of your game in everything you do. The players will call you out if you're not working hard enough."

The move from Harbor City, CA to Boise, ID was a welcome change for Bryan Douglas. It's a place he's happy to call home for the next five years. "Everybody is nice in Boise and I don't have to worry about anything out here like I do in LA. It's nothing like LA and that's what I love about it," Douglas said. "I like traveling and seeing new things. I love adjusting to this lifestyle. It's just been great."

Bryan (5'11, 170, 4.4) committed to Boise State in July of 2009. He can now officially say that he's a Bronco. "It's good to be a Bronco," he said. "It's amazing when you trace it all way back from the start. I'm happy to be here," he added.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Bryan Douglas.

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