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'21 CO QB Jake Rubley

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Highlands Ranch HS (Highlands Ranch, CO)

Twitter: https://twitter.com/jake_rubley
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jake_rubley/

Ht: 6'3"
Wt: 195
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247s rating: 4* - 92 grade; #10 QB-P (#141 overall)
ESPN rating: 4* - 87 grade; #3 QB-P (#26 overall)
Rivals rating: 4* - 5.8rr; #11 QB-P (#137 overall)

247sports Composite: 4* / 0.9603 rating / #9 QB-P / #91 overall

Reported Offers: COLORADO, CSU, Iowa, Kansas State, LSU, Michigan, Michigan State, Missouri, NC State, Northwestern, Penn State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Utah, Wisconsin
 
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Roper, Chev, Adams and Eliot all following along with some of the operations and GA coaches plus a bunch of players.
 

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Maybe someday CU will get a coaching staff that can effectively close the borders for the very top talent.
He's two years away from signing... Also, QB is a position that the coaches need to forget the in-state bias when determining who to pursue. There's typically only one of them in a class and they need to have the specific skill set to play within the offense. If the staff likes other QB prospects for the '21 class more than Rubley, then that's who they need to pursue. Period.
 

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He's two years away from signing... Also, QB is a position that the coaches need to forget the in-state bias when determining who to pursue. There's typically only one of them in a class and they need to have the specific skill set to play within the offense. If the staff likes other QB prospects for the '21 class more than Rubley, then that's who they need to pursue. Period.
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"The offensive coordinator came down to our school and I had a conversation with him. I love the way he coaches. He coaches like my dad (former NFL quarterback and current offensive coordinator T.J. Rubley). (Coach Johnson) knows the ins-and-outs of the defensive coverages and defensive fronts. He is just a great guy. I feel like the players like to play for him. He coached Jake Fromm and they went to the national championship game. It definitely seems like CU's new coaches are getting their guys on the right track."
Edit: Fun fact from his dad's wiki (that others may already know)
TJ Rubley served as a consultant for the film The Replacements, specifically coaching Keanu Reeves in his role as the starting quarterback for the fictional Washington Sentinels. Reeves' character, Shane Falco, is loosely based on Rubley.[6]
 
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At least, he thinks he got an offer from LSU. Orgeron said “Weeegonnnn gityu summin heraaa loosiannne”. While nobody could actually decipher what the man said, it was assumed there was a scholarship offer in there somewhere.
 
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