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Boise State numerical roster countdown 2015: Day 70, Steven Baggett

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It’s been a long time coming, but we have finally reached the big 7-0. Today we catch up with #70, OL stud Steven Baggett.

#70, Steven Baggett, RS Junior OL

Steven Baggett


Height: 6’3"

Weight: 295 lbs

High School: Martin High School, Arlington, TX

How'd he get to the Blue™?

By way of the rejuvenated Texas pipeline. He started 38 games as a 3-year starter at Martin, garnering honorable mention all-district his sophomore and junior years and first-team all-area and all-district his senior. Lightly recruiting out of Martin HS, he received offers from Western Kentucky, Air Force and New Mexico State to go along with his Boise State offer. He was listed as a 3-star recruit by Scout and 247Sports and a 2-star by Rivals.


"The Chef"


He’s always cooking’ up something on the O-line!



The Lone Survivor guy, Marcus Luttrell

Career Highlights

Started all but the New Mexico game for the Broncos in 2014 at RT. He was part of an O-line unit that helped the Broncos lead the Mountain West in total offense and scoring offense. He played in 6 games for the Broncos as a redshirt freshman.

2015 Prospectus

Little can be said that hasn't already been said. By all accounts, Baggett should be a lock to start at RT. As I discussed with Averill, there is a lot of young, but inexperienced talent behind Baggett. This year will be a crucial year for Steven to help develop that talent behind him so when he graduates in 2017, there should be no drop-off.  I expect Archie Lewis to back-up Baggett, but continue to push for a starting position. Lewis impressed more and more as the season went on, and I recall very little difference between the two, which is a good problem to have from a depth perspective.

Is he on Twitter?

He is, in fact, on Twitter, though he doesn’t seem to be all that active.

Completely made up fact

In his home state of Texas, Steven grew up eating meat. But as he grew older, he needed something different, something more exotic. After careful planning and consideration, Steven started his own emu farm. Unfortunately, he grew so attached the the little buggers, he couldn’t eat them, so he charges a small fee for tourists to ride his grace birds at Steven’s Emu Emporium.