Colorado State offers Patriots pair



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Fri. May 14, 2010 | Joey Knight | Email

Between them, Freedom two-way stars Anthony Harrell and Keith Lewis have spanned nearly every geographic region in the country in terms of scholarship offers.

Colorado State of the Mountain West Conference became the latest school to offer both, Patriots coach Tchecoy Blount announced this morning. Collectively, the pair has received approximately 20 offers. Lewis' suitors include Auburn and Tennessee; Harrell has been offered by USF and West Virginia.

Both are linebacker/safety types being recruited on that side of the ball, but imagine a Patriots backfield with Lewis (6-foot-1, 210 pounds) the feature back and Harrell (6-1, 220) at fullback. Could happen when Freedom goes to an I-formation, Blount said.

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