Chatfield Kicker is Dual Threat

Still awaiting a first offer, Chatfield senior Josh Fralick's ability to both kick and punt makes him an attractive prospect.

One of the top kickers in Colorado from the 2009 season was Josh Fralick of Chatfield High School. The 6-0 170 pound kicker and punter gained All-League and All-Conference honors on the strength of 31 touchbacks, five field goals and 33 PATs made. Along with his work as a kicker, Fralick was also a top punter averaging 41.8 yards a punt.

In a big win this past season against league rival Columbine, Fralick was a crucial factor booming big punts and hitting key field goals the entire game. Showing the mental toughness needed to be a college kicker, Fralick, with 14 ticks on the clock, hit a 46 yard field goal to win the game 16-13. This was even more impressive as the Columbine staff called back to back timeouts to ice the kicker. In the win, Fralick hit three high impact field goals.

Fralick's work this season has gained the attention of multiple D1 schools looking for a versatile kicker/punter. According to Fralick, Colorado, Oklahoma State, Montana State, Kansas State and Boise State, as well as others, have all shown some interest.

Fralick will attend the Chris Sailer kicking camp in Las Vegas on January 16thth and 17th. A strong performance at the Sailer event coupled with Fralick's ability to both kick and punt may gain the Chatfield senior a first offer.