Playced Recruit of the Week: Cirby Coheley, Iowa Park High School (Texas)

Photo: Coheley Family

Playced Recruit of the Week: Cirby Coheley, Iowa Park High School (Texas)

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Playced Recruit of the Week: Cirby Coheley, Iowa Park High School (Texas)

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(Photo- Coheley Family)

Standing six feet, four inches tall and weighing in at 195 pounds, it doesn’t take long to notice that Cirby Coheley appears to be a good athlete. Then, you put on his game film. You watch him move from sideline-to-sideline, up and down the field, just making plays. On both sides of the ball, just making plays. This kid is everywhere! Coheley doesn’t just look the part. Coheley is the lead role and that’s why this four-sport athlete, (yes, you read that right, four-sport athlete) is this week’s USA Today High School Sports Recruit of the Week.

PLAYER PROFILE:
Cirby Coheley
High School: Iowa Park
Hometown: Iowa Park, TX
Height | Weight: 6’4” | 195 pounds
Jersey #: 4
Position: WR, DB
Graduation: 2021
Coached By: Aubrey Sims
Varsity Experience: 3 years
College Commitment: Undecided

NCAA ID #: 96192804

Academic Achievements and School/Community Involvement

  • 3.0 GPA
  • A-B Honor Roll
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
  • Inter-Act Club
  • Faith Baptist Youth Group

(Photo: Coheley Family)

Athletic Achievements

  • 2018 District 5-4A Utility Player of the Year (Football)
  • Varsity starter since freshmen year
  • 4-sport athlete (Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track)
  • District 5-4A 1st Team All-District as a sophomore (Baseball, Basketball)
  • 4A Region I Finalist 4×100 Relay (Track)

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