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Blake Kerley
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 04/17/2007
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Arizona: 1L... Turned in a solid year as a redshirt freshman and enters 2007 with a firm grasp on the starting center role... Twelve-game starter and played every snap in 2006... Earned the nominal No. 2 role in 2005 while a true freshman, but was redshirted as part of UA’s promising group of young linemen... Poised to be a four-year starter...


Career: 12 games, 12 starts


High School: South Garland High, Garland, Texas, 2005... SuperPrep All-Southwest on its Texas 99 list at No. 82... AP 5A second-team All-State... Coaches 2004 All-District 11-5A OL pick... Reported 69 pancake blocks in 2004... Played in Coca-Cola All-Star game for East Team January ’05 at the University of Texas... Rivals three-star rating and No. 11 nationally among center prospects... Rivals Texas 100... Scout.com three-star rating... Max Emfinger national top 15 center prospect with 4.5 stars...Emfinger Texas Top 150 Playmaker at No. 40... 9-2 final top 40 state team ranking by Texas HS Football... Lettered in baseball one year, weightlifting and track and field as a discus thrower...


Personal: Son of David and RheaAnn Kerley of Garland... Academic major to be determined... Father is a network manager for Boy Scouts of America, mother is a bank office manager... Dad attended Eastfield College and mom Texas Tech... Active in elementary school tutoring and was coordinator for football student support group... Latin Club president and staff writer for the school newspaper... Homecoming King senior year... Honors Student and advanced placement studies... Chosen All-South Garland student status by faculty... Likes guitar and music, and fishing... Full name David Blake Kerley... Date of birth: Oct. 26, 1986, in Dallas.

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