The Colorado class of 2010 has produced a solid group of kickers. Both Justin Castor of Arvada West and Kip Smith of Legacy have committed to DI schools. Smith, an early commit to Minnesota, later opted for a warmer climate and verbally committed to UCLA. Castor committed early to Kansas but recently decided Colorado would be a better option.
With Castor and Smith off the board, the best available kicker in Colorado may be Josh Fralick of Chatfield High School. The 6-0 170 pound kicker pulled double duty for his Chargers working as a punter and kicker. Fralick's highlight on the season was a last second 46 yard field goal that sealed a tough conference win over rival Columbine. As a punter, Fralick averaged right at 42 yards.
Although Fralick has yet to secure a DI offer, his exploits this season have not gone unnoticed. This Saturday, Fralick will travel to Fort Collins to visit Colorado State. According to Fralick the Rams are not the only school showing interest as Kansas State, East Carolina, Montana State and South Dakota are all taking a look.