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Capra: "I felt like I was family there"

Capra: "I felt like I was family there"

For Johnny Capra, the time was just right to pull the trigger and commit to California, because, as he says, "they absolutely had the best education that I was going to be able to get."

Johnny Capra was named first-team all-league last season as an offensive lineman for Auburn (Calif.) Placer – his first season playing offensive line. Since the season ended, he's only gotten better, astounding his now-future coach, Zach Yenser, and the rest of the California staff. "I've been working a lot with coach [Jon] Osterhaut at Linemen Win Games, and I actually know quite a few of the... Recommended Stories

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