Joshua Colas may not be a household name to the chess world now, but all indications seem to say that one day he will be one of the brightest stars in U.S. chess. Already touting a 1922 rating at age 10, he is rated #3 in his age group. Josh just competed in the K-12 Championships being held in Florida and scored 6/7 for 2nd-3rd place.
His father Guy Colas is probably rearranging the trophy case and he is building up a sizeable collection in his short career. Kayin Barclay, a former scholastic standout, noticed this game from Colas.