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JOSEPH GAUSE - Bishop Kearney (Irondequiot, NY)

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P.O. Box 878
New Berlin, NY 13411

Office:  (607) 847-9260     Fax:  (607) 847-9250

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Ron Whitcomb
 
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Dan Hopkins
 
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Tee Martin
 
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Jim Cavanaugh
 
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Clint Hurtt
 

Highlights

High School 2014 Season

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Rutgers football recruiting over the weekend

Todderick Hunt / NJ.com
April 06, 2014

Class of 2014 wide receiver Jojo Gause, younger brother of current Knight Quentin Gause, has made vast improvements both in stature and fluidity. He stood about 6-4, 200 pounds and tracked the football through the air as well as any prospect in attendance.

A senior at Bishop Kearney in Rochester, N.Y., Gause signed with Milford Academy (New Berlin, N.Y.) where he will spend at least one prep semester after receiving only one FBS offer from Old Dominion throughout his high school recruitment. But Gause is a much more well-rounded player now, and his recruitment should benefit from it.


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Staff Writer

March 26, 2012

Jojo Gause, the baby brother of former Bishop Kearney graduate Quentin Gause  (Rutgers University) at times seemed like one of the better receivers on the field. Gause caught a TD pass in almost every game and was a major target for Team WNY.   Jojo worked the short game, the long game, the middle of the field, in traffic, over the top, and at 6'4 his fade routes were pretty much uncoverable, he caught everything.

The younger Gause already has one offer from Old Dominion University and plenty of interest as well.  "I've gotten mail from Syracuse, USC, Notre Dame, Rutgers, Miami (FL), UCLA, Oregon and a few other schools," says Gause.  "My options are open, but I would like to visit a few of those schools to see what they are like," explains Gause.  The Super-Sophomore expects to play a major role for his high school team next season.

Remember the name; Jojo Gause, it has the potential to draw more attention than that of his older sibling, Quentin.

CLASS OF 2014 TOP PROSPECTS

Joseph Gause - WR (Bishop Kearney)  At 14 years of age Joseph Gause currently stands about 6'4, and 190lbs.  And is slowly but surely beginning to pick up some of the traits of older sibling, and Rutgers bound Quentin Gause.  "He has more raw talent than I had at his age, and is an overall better athlete,  but has never had to work for it like I did, he's just a natural athlete that's pretty talented at everything, and since he started working-out, his body has already started changing" say's big brother Quentin.  Jojo, as his friends call him, doesn't even realize that the frame he has, is pretty much already prototype for a college athlete based on height alone.  Along with great size, and wingspan, Gause has decent hands, and pretty good speed as he claims he can keep up with his older brother in a foot race right now.  Once he learns form and technique off the line, he will be very dangerous. Recruiting notes:  Biggest asset is time, it will be very interesting to see what the next 3 to 4 years bring for Joseph.

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