North Idaho ATH To Attend Bronco Junior Day
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North Idaho ATH To Attend Bronco Junior Day

Coeur d'Alene HS ATH Chase Blakley (Coeur d'Alene, ID) attended Washington State's Junior Day event over the weekend & will attend Boise State's Junior Day event on March 2nd. The talented ATH is perhaps the top prospect in the State of Idaho for the 2014 class & has already picked up a few early offers. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his interest in Boise State & his recruitment so far.

Coeur d'Alene HS ATH Chase Blakley (Coeur d'Alene, ID) attended Washington State's Junior Day event over the weekend and will attend Boise State's Junior Day event on March 2nd. The talented ATH is perhaps the top prospect in the State of Idaho for the 2014 class and has already picked up a handful of early offers.

"I've got offers from Washington, Idaho, Eastern Washington, and Idaho State," he said. "Cal, Washington State, Vanderbilt, and Boise State are four schools that have been showing interest as well," he added.

"I got invited to Boise State's Junior Day," he stated. "I'm going to go down there for that. I went to the camp last year, but didn't get to see a lot of the campus. I'm going to use this visit to get more familiar with the campus and the program."

"They throw the ball to the TE a good bit," he said in regards to Boise State. "I remember watching them in the bowl game against Washington and they had a big pass down the field to their TE. The TE is an important part of their offense. I like that."

He went on to say that education is #1 on his list when looking at the schools recruiting him.

"Education is first," said Blakley. "I'm also looking for a program with a family-base, athlete support for academics, and a good atmosphere. I definitely want to be at a school where they push their athletes to graduate."

Blakley and his teammates came up just short in their quest for yet another state championship in 2012, but will return in 2013 with a loaded offense that should have them contending once again.

"We've got a lot of talent coming back on offense," he said. "The big thing for us will be replacing a bunch of starters on defense. We lost all of our LBs and DBs, but I think we've got some talent that will step up."

So, what does Chase Blakley (6'4, 220, 4.7) bring to the gridiron?

"Schools like that I take pride in my blocking," he said. "They also like my size, my good hands, and how I'm able to quickly get around people," he added.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Chase Blakley.