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#10 Seth Lobato
Position: Quarterback
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 205
Year: Freshman
City/State: Eaton, Colo.
High School: Eaton
Experience: High School

AT COLORADO: This Season (Fr.)-Projected as a quarterback as a true freshman in college; joined the team as an invited walk-on for August drills.

HIGH SCHOOL-Garnered first-team All-State (2A) honors as a senior and was a two-time All-Patriot League performer as a junior and senior; he was second-team All-State as a junior and honorable mention All-League as a sophomore.   As a senior, he completed 158-of-276 passes for 2,741 yards and 34 touchdowns (with just four interceptions), numbers that would translate into a 178.4 college rating.  He set league records for passing yards and touchdowns.  He also rushed 97 times for 594 yards and eight touchdowns, averaging 6.1 yards per carry.  As a junior, he was 123-of-239 for 1,743 yards, with 16 TD's and nine interceptions, rushing for 317 yards and six scores.  And as a sophomore, he was 94-of-192 for 1,460 yards (8 TDs/5 INT), with 122 yards and four touchdowns rushing.   His 5,944 passing yards, 58 touchdown passes and 6,977 yards of total offense were all career school bests.  His high school was Bill Mondt, who played football at Colorado in the 1950s and was on CU's 1956 Orange Bowl team.  He also lettered four times in basketball (wing, post), leading his team to three Patriot League titles and the 2007 state championship where he was voted the state tournament's most valuable player.  He earned first-team All-State (2A) and All-Patriot League his sophomore through senior seasons, earning all-tournament team honors in the postseason all three years as well.  He set Eaton career records for points (1,496) and rebounds (1,001) and compiled the second most assists (235).  He lettered twice in track (sprints, jumps), with prep bests of 51.0 in the 400-meter dash and 43-10 in the triple jump, both accomplished his sophomore year.

ACADEMICS-He is majoring in Integrative Physiology at Colorado.  He was a three-time, first-team Academic All-State selection for basketball and a two-time honoree for football in high school.

PERSONAL-Born December 5, 1990 in Greeley, Colo.  His hobbies include camping, hunting and fishing and has coached recreation sports in past summers.  He interested in becoming a pediatrician after college.

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