Chase Claypool, a 6’5″, 215 pound wide receiver from sunny Abbotsford, British Columbia, has sick moves that allow him to choose when he wants to get hit and, if he gets hit, whether or not he’s going down. He can also deliver a punishing hit on defense.
Claypool’s size and speed sparked a flood of offers, with schools as diverse as Oregon, Michigan, and Rice salivating over his potential. At one school, he’s a freakishly-large receiver. At another, he’s a defensive end. At Notre Dame, he could be a safety, when it’s all said and done.
He’s a four-star player, ranked 22nd overall at wide receiver and 109th in the country, despite his not being eligible to be President.
Chase was recruited by Mike Denbrock.
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Bayou Irish is a Jersey boy and Double Domer who fell under New Orleans' spell in 1995. He's been through Katrina and fourteen years in the Coast Guard, so we cut him some slack, mostly in the form of HLS-subsidized sazeracs. But, when he's not face down on the bar and communing with the ghosts of Faulkner and Capote at the Carousel Bar in the Hotel Monteleone, he's our man in SEC-land, doing his best to convince everyone around him that Graduation Success Rate is a better indicator of success than the number of MNC's won in the last five years.
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