Adam Block. According to one of Block's teammates, "Adam's the first one in the weight room and the last one to leave. He's there before most of get there and stays after we're gone. He's a real team leader." Block was at the Buffs' elite camp and we get the latest in his recruitment. "> Adam Block. According to one of Block's teammates, "Adam's the first one in the weight room and the last one to leave. He's there before most of get there and stays after we're gone. He's a real team leader." Block was at the Buffs' elite camp and we get the latest in his recruitment. ">

Cherry Creek Safety Attends CU Camp

Among a group of talented players at Cherry Creek High School include OLB/S <a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=1206103">Adam Block</a>. According to one of Block's teammates, "Adam's the first one in the weight room and the last one to leave. He's there before most of get there and stays after we're gone. He's a real team leader." Block was at the Buffs' elite camp and we get the latest in his recruitment.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 210
40 time: 4.54
Bench: 300
Squat: 400
Clean: 230
Vertical:'30
From: Englewood, Colorado
High School: Cherry Creek

Adam had quite a busy Summer. He attended two Nike camps, Palo Alto and Eugene, as well as camps at Stanford, Oregon and the CU Elite Camp. We got Adam's thoughts on each of the camps he attended.

Stanford: "I liked it a lot. It's such a beautiful place and I liked the coaches a lot. I worked out at outside linebacker for the Stanford camp."

Oregon: "That was my favorite camp. I liked the coaches. They were easy to talk to. The facilities are beautiful. The town is beautiful. It's hard to find anything wrong with that camp. I worked out at safety in the morning and outside linebacker in the afternoon. The coaches told me they liked me a lot and that I impressed people. They want to see some more game film then we'll talk about offering."

Colorado: "It went pretty well. I didn't perform as well as I hoped. I liked the coaches though and had a good experience. I worked out at safety but the coaches talked to me about moving to outside linebacker."

When asked to name a favorite, Block answered, "Oregon." Adam is also hearing from Wyoming and some smaller schools.

As for this coming season, Adam will play free safety. "We're playing Tulsa's defense this season. In that system, the free safety is usually the leading tackler. We have nine returning starters on defense. The offense is really starting to come together."


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