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Exploring the Wildlife with Joe Blaes

Call a trap or counter and the eyes of Joe Blaes light up like the proverbial deer in the headlights. When you're a 6-2, 290 pound offensive guard for Coffeyville Community College, Kans., who can bench 325 and squat 600, it's fun to use your size and power.

But on a pull play, you also get to use your speed. "This summer I was timed at 5.0 in the 40," Blaes said. "I think my speed and footwork are my biggest assets." Pretty fast time for a pretty big guy. Blaes played for Cherryvale High... Recommended Stories

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