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'18 CO OG Blake Carette

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Recruiting Central' started by Buffnik, Jun 3, 2016.

  1. Buffnik

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    Arapahoe HS (Centenniel, CO)

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/blake_carette

    Ht: 6'3"
    Wt: 265
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  2. Buffnik

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    2016 Junior Day attendee who trains at Six Zero and is followed by Chev and Adams.
     
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    Being evaluated more by colleges. He said Adams will be at some Araphoe spring stuff. Plays lacrosse and hopes to be in the 280-pound range in the fall. He's going to a ton of camps, hope he gets some offers.
    http://foxs.pt/2mQDNEP
     
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    McChesney on Carette:
    "Blake is a very smart, athletic football player that has a ton of upside and potential. I think he will end up at guard or center at the next level and his athletic ability and his ability to move is going to set him apart. Obviously I hope it stays regional but there is a lot of interest in him right now from the University of Washington to the University of Colorado to Northwestern. He's all over the map and I think it's going to be a massive off-season, summer and senior season for Blake. There's not a lot of depth at the OL position for seniors in Colorado this year, Blake is the top OL in CO in my opinion."
     
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    Go Warriors!
     
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    Nahhh go Eagles

    But I hope we get this kid
     
  8. Buffnik

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    As a rule of thumb, I think OL is the in-state position where we can say that if CU can get the best OL prospect from the state every year then it's probably an automatic take. That distinction might go to Ezekiel Creps, though.
     
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    I went to AHS. For an upper middle class school with a large enrollment they sure don't put many kids in D1 programs for football.
     
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    I think that's the rule. Not the exception. Most high schools don't put many kids into D1 programs.
     
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    Well, yeah. I meant in comparison to similar Colorado high schools.
     
  12. MtnBuff

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    I think you would be surprised by the number of D1 prospects who don't play for what would be their "home school." Beyond the actual recruiting that goes on for the top players a lot of top athletes and their parents do what they have to do to go to a school that they see as being more successful and offering a better path to college athletics.

    It would be interesting to know how many top football players from surrounding schools started out in the Arapahoe attendance area.
     
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    They pretty much share a neighborhood with Cherry Creek
     

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