1. Colby Shade

    Height: 6" 0' | Weight: N/A

    Class of 2020 | CO

    Kicker Rating:

    Kohl's Comments

    Shade recently attended the 2017 Future Stars event in Atlanta, GA. He was impressive during the competition phases of camp. He has good athleticism and was able to hit some impressive footballs at camp. With continued growth over the upcoming years he has a chance at doing some great things as a specialist.

    Athlete Bio

    OTHER SPORTS & ACTIVITIES

    • Baseball

    I attend Fort Collins High School in Fort Collins Colorado. I started every varsity game my freshman year. I also play competitive travel baseball. I played in the pop warner super bowl last year. My Longest field goal in practice was 58 yards. I also played on varsity football as a defensive back and had 57 tackles and 1 interception.

    Awards & Honors

    • Starter On Varsity As A Freshman At Kicker And Defensive Back
    • Kicked a 58 Yard Field Goal in Practice

    Academics

      Camp Results

      Kohl's Future Stars Invitational - Atlanta, GA - Jan 14-15, 2017RESULTS
      Texas Showcase Camp - Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX - December 10, 2016RESULTS

      Weekly Game Stats

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      Season Stats

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