Posted On: 07/1/19 4:40 AM

Transitioning from the junior varsity to the varsity is usually a significant change for most players. Transitioning from junior varsity to playing against seniors who are all but guaranteed to be playing in college – including the most highly recruited senior in the state of Minnesota is something else. That is precisely what Minnetonka’s Carvon Gurley faced in the fall. Gurley didn’t just survive – he excelled. Now, after one year of varsity football, he has interest from Division I programs and offers from multiple Division II programs.
The Skippers were coming off a runner-up finish in 6A.
“We started strong winning a few games against some good teams,” Gurley said. “We didn’t play as well later. The team made too

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