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  Faced with one of the most consequential decisions of his life, Charlie Kolar flipped a coin. Not so much to render a verdict, though, as to give him some insight into his own thinking about the prospect of staying for a fifth season with the Iowa State football team or leaving for the NFL. "My parents taught me this technique - when you can't make a decision, flip a coin and you say you're going to make a decision based on the coin flip," the All-American tight end said. "The way you feel afterward gives you a pretty good idea of what you actually feel (about a decision)." So, Kolar flipped a coin after the 2020 season. "I think it landed for Iowa State," he recalled, "and I felt good about it."

The choice to return to Ames for another season was certainly one Iowa State felt good about, keeping one of the nation's top tight ends in the fold going into a season in which the Cyclones will be ranked in the top-10 and have College Football Playoffs aspirations. "He's light years ahead of where he was going into last season and we're only in April right now," Iowa State tight ends coach Taylor Mouser said. "The steps that we could take over the next months before the season, there are still a lot of areas we can get better at, as crazy as that sounds." The 6-foot-6, 257-pound Kolar had 44 catches for 591 yards and seven touchdowns last season, but in addition to simply being a year older and more experienced, there's reason to expect even better performance in 2021. - Des Moines Register

rSr/2022 TE Charlie KolarIowa State
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