NAME: Dan Bolden
SCHOOL: Colerain High School
GRADUATING YEAR: 2018
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Winning GMC championship each year
HEIGHT: 6'2"-234 lbs.
PARENTS: Dan & Kathy
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: "My father."
FUTURE GOAL: Play college football
A four-year varsity starter and one of the top linebacker recruits in Ohio, Colerain's Dan Bolden in his senior season of football is one of the Cardinals' defensive stalwarts. Entering this season, he leads the GMC in career tackles with 245. He also has 8.5 career sacks, and he is on the prestigious 2017-18 Dick Butkus Watch List.
Dan started this season strong. In the season opener loss to La Salle, he had 12 tackles (7 solo), two sacks and a forced fumble.
Dan helped last year's Cardinals to an undefeated 7-0 record in league play, capturing yet another GMC title, and an 11-1 over all record. He had 125
tackles last season, adding 4.5 sacks, a fumble recovery and 3 INTs.
His junior season, Dan was named 1st team all-GMC for the 2nd time, honorable mention all-city (Enquirer), 1st team all-Southwest Ohio District and honorable mention all-state.
A good student who is active in community service, Dan is the nephew of Colerain head coach Tom Bolden. With numerous football scholarship offers, Dan will play at the next level but has not yet selected a college.
His favorite athlete and most-like-to-meet is Brian Kushing, favorite entertainer is Kenny Chesney, favorite book is The Bible, and favorite movie is Remember the Titans.
COACH'S QUOTE – "Dan Bolden exemplifies everything you want out of a student athlete. He is a model student in the classroom and hallways, a model citizen in the community, and a nightmare for our opponents on Friday nights."
— Football Coach, Tom Bolden
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