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Blakley Proud To Rep UW

MERCER ISLAND, Wash. - There's no real reason why Chase Blakley needs to be going to a lot of summer camps, but the competitor in him just won't say no. For the 6-4.5, 245-pound tight end prospect from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho - the No. 14 rated tight end by - it was a chance to repay the love shown him by the school he's currently committed to.

"I just wanted to represent U-Dub and Coeur d'Alene and show 'em that I can play football and compete," Blakley told after picking up a Tight End MVP award at the Northwest Elite Football Camp at Mercer Island High School. "It's good competition and good work." The 2012 NWEFC was Blakley's coming out party as a top prospect. "Same as last year, got the MVP," he said. "It was a great day... Recommended Stories

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