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OL J.C. Ronnfeldt Update

Big <b>JC Ronnfeldt</b> is looking forward with anticipation to the upcoming season, and the 6'4", 315-pound guard from Federal Way got a taste for how things are done at the next level when he went down to Olympia with his father John to watch the <b>Washington Huskies</b> in action. He liked what he saw.

"It was basically what I expected," Ronnfeldt told Dawgman.com. "I wanted to go down there to get an idea of how college practices are, and how they run things. It was nice to see. It was a lot different than our high school practices."

He added, "Well, the speed and the intensity are there. And the players all really want to be there. They were giving 110 percent."

But don't think JC is looking past his senior year already. "I'm not worried at all about who is calling right now or who isn't," Ronnfeldt said, letting everybody know that his steely gaze is fixed solely on Decatur's first opponent of the year, Spanaway Lake.

"I think we're going to have a great season," Ronnfeldt said. "Everything's looking good right now. I'm excited."

Ronnfeldt is hoping to slim down to 300 pounds by the time the season is going full tilt and feels that it would be his best playing weight.

At 300 pounds, there's little question that JC will be considered among the top guard prospects in the Northwest and perhaps the entire west coast.

It's that type of attention that had the Ronnfeldt's phone going non-stop on Saturday, the first day college coaches could call. "Oregon, Washington, UCLA, USC, San Diego State all phoned," JC said.

Coach Neuheisel was the one who made the call for the Huskies.

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