catches up with WR Chayse Joubert

WR Chayse Joubert has the physical tools to be a great receiver at the next level. The Duncanville standout talks with about recruitment, his favorite schools, and his plans for the summer.

WR Chayse Joubert will add another dimension to the Duncanville Panthers' offense in 2008. Joubert, who transferred back to DHS after a year at Grace Prep in Arlington, has the combination of size and speed to give defenses fits.

Chayse stands in at 6'1", 187 pounds and boasts 4.4 speed and a 31 inch vertical leap. He's also suprisingly strong, with a bench press max of 275 and a squat max of 365.

At Grace Prep Academy last year, Joubert earned first team all-district honors.

Besides his exploits on the football field, Joubert is also a member of the Duncanville track team, where he specializes in the sprints.

As far as what he feels his greatest strengths are, Joubert explains, "I think my biggest asset is the fact that I am a playmaker when I get the ball in my hands. This summer I'm really looking to develop chemistry with my teammates and learn the new offense."

Joubert currently holds one offer from Miami and is receiving interest from lots of schools around the country. Along with Miami, Texas A&M, Kansas, Texas Tech, and LSU are in his top five. Chayse plans on having a very busy summer as he'll attend two or three camps in addition to playing seven on seven.

The future Accounting major says he'll likely play the recruiting game by ear and if the right offer comes along he may commit early.

His number one priority, however, is to finsih off his high school career strong.

"I really want to help bring the tradition back to Duncanville this year. I'm hoping we can win district and make a run in the playoffs. I know we have the talent to do it."

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