Potentially the most clutch kick of this past season was a late second 46 yarder that Chatfield High School senior Josh Fralick hit in a win over league rival Columbine. The kick was one of many the 6-0 175 pound Fralick hit in his career for his Chatfield squad.
At the next level Fralick brings the ability to work as a punter and a kicker and these skills drew the attention of Colorado State, East Carolina, Kansas State, Montana State and South Dakota. When all was done this recruiting season Fralick to not secure a DI offer, but that did not dissuade the competitive athlete from his dream of DI football. This past week PrepColorado learned Fralick will walk on at the University of Wyoming and attempt to kick for the Cowboys.
Fralick is not the only Chatfield Charger who will test their skills in Laramie. Dynamic dual threat quarterback Sam Stratton will also play for the Cowboys. Last June Stratton was an early commit to Wyoming.
Here is film of the kicker at work