2012 Snappers National Rating System

1/6/17 - We only evaluate campers that we have personally seen at a Kohl's camp. In order to assure yourself a ranking you must attend a Kohl's Showcase camp or the Scholarship camp. When ranking we ask the question, "If there was a college game today, is this athlete ready to help a college team win?". We look at the camp charts and take into account the different conditions at each camp. We also look strongly at how an athlete performs in drill work when they know they are being evaluated and graded. We see how they handle pressure and react in the camp competitions. We see certain athletes multiple times a year and try to grade them on their average performance. RANKINGS NOTE: Kohl's sees more athletes than anyone else in America at our 105 events. There may be over 200 Kohl's high school seniors playing college football next season. There are many good prospects at the 4.0 and 4.5 star levels that will start in college in the future.

(5.0 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
Hartman, Nick 192 6' O" Kevin finished with an average snap time of .76 seconds at the 2015 Midwest Showcase Camp in May where he scored on 7/15 LS and 14/15 short snaps. Kevin showed great accuracy on his SS as he scored on his last 11 snaps from 7 yards giving him a total score of 9.5/15. He has tremendous size and moves very well. Kevin finished with a best of 2.87 seconds on the 20 yard sprint and 4.84 on the pro agility. He is very explosive with his mechanics and has very quick hands. Choose
1 Hirth, Zach 225 6' 4" Top performer for the 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp. Zach is a snapper with long levers and a very smooth snap delivery. He is consistent from 14 yards with a .72 seconds average snap time. Zach is very athletic and runs well with a 40 time of 5.1 seconds. His long snap and short snap accuracy are very good and he is an athlete that looks forward to the pressure situations. The past 3 camps that Zach has attended, he has walked away either the winner of the snap challenge or the top overall performer. He truly does thrive in pressure situations and I look for this to be helpful when competing for a starting spot. If I'm facing fourth and ten from our own 7, I want Hirth. Zach also was the top finisher and snap competition winner at the 2011 Midwest Showcase Event. He has proven over and over that he thrives under pressure situations. MO Illinois*
2 Ferguson, Reid 235 6' 2" Reid has everything that a coach is looking for in a long snapping prospect. He has good size with long levers which he utilizes in his snap mechanics to deliver the ball with outstanding velocity. Ferguson recorded an average snap time of .69 seconds at his last camp in May and is consistently in the low .7's. standing at 6'2" and weighing 235 pounds, Reid has the size and strength needed to protect in a prostyle scheme, yet has the foot speed need to cover down field. His ball rotation is fast and allows him to be very accurate with his snaps. Look for Reid to step in right away at LSU and compete for the starting spot. GA LSU
3 Overbaugh, Jeff 240 6' 2" 2nd place finisher of the 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp. Jeff is very motivated to become the best he can be and is very focused when it comes to the snapping craft. He has made great improvements over the last year and deserves to be one of the top snappers in the nation. At 240 pounds and 6'2" tall, Jeff has good straight away speed with the ability to cover and protect. Overbaugh will be attending our scholarship camp at the end of July and I am looking for him to make a strong appearance. The school that lands Jeff as a long snapper for there program is getting not only a great snapper that could step in right away but also a great person. AK San Diego State
4 Donovan, Kolton 250 6' 4" Kolton has great size and all the tools that a great snapper needs to possess. He has great accuracy on both his long and shorts snaps with a consistent snap speed. Kolton is an explosive snapper and takes advantage of his 6'3" frame. At 255 pounds he moves his feet well and is able to get back into protection if the scheme calls for "A" gap help. Kolton was the top place finisher at the 2011 Western Showcase Event in May. His training program when it comes to snapping and physical training is head and shoulders above what the average snapper is doing. Donovan is not your average snapper. UT Southern Utah
5 Hurrell, Jake 235 6' 3" Jake is an accurate snapper and stays consistent with his snap speeds making every ball very catchable. He is very motivated to become the best he can be and is always focused and ready to perform. Jake is always analyzing his repetitions from snap to snap which separates him from many others. Even though it's a preferred walk-on opportunity at Missouri, Hurrell has the skills to win the job. Jake was the 2nd place finisher overall at the 2011 Midwest Showcase Event connecting on 15/15 short snaps and finished 9/15 on long snaps going 5/5 on his last set. Jake has a long frame at 6'3" 210 pounds and maximizes his levers to produce an accurate and fast snap repetition after repetition. His snap times are in the low to mid .7's. Jake has the ability to block both left and right if needed in a protection scheme and is working to improve his straight ahead speed. He has great stamina when it comes to competing. MO Missouri*
6 Dowling, Nolan 225 6' O" Nolan is a consistent snapper on both long and short snaps. He has great velocity on his snaps and averages .73 seconds from 14 yards. Nolan uses his whole body to get maximum velocity on his snaps. He was the 2nd place finisher for 2012 snappers at 2010 Midwest Showcase in May and was the 1st place finisher in the 2011 Showcase Camp in December while also winning the snap competition making 4/5 snaps. Nolan has quick feet and does a great job with his ability to snap and protect. Has great straight ahead speed clocking a 4.67 second 40 yard dash and would be a great fit in a spread scheme. Nolan was a top five finisher at 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp. IL Western Kentucky*
7 Ramlet, Bobby 220 6' 4" Bobby has a very good frame and he uses every inch of it when he snaps. Top 2012 finisher at the 2009 scholarship camp. Top 10 finisher at 2010 Scholarship Camp in July. Finished 4th in the 2011 Midwest Showcase Camp and performed very well during the drill work portion of camp when asked to snap live to the punters. Bobby was able to put every snap at the belt with great velocity and clean rotation. He has very good feet and runs very well. Bobby finished in the top five of the 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp. WI Northern Illinois*
8 LaMontagne, Daniel 200 6' O" Danny was the 3rd place finisher at Southern Showcase camp, 1st place finisher of 2012 participants. 15/15 on short snaps. He was a finalist for snap challenge. Danny was also the top finisher at Underclassmen Challenge in January, 2011 in Orlando, FL. going 10/15 on LS and 15/15 on SS. GA Furman University
9 Hennessy, Thomas 228 6' 3" Thomas has outstanding accuracy as he was the only snapper to register 15/15 targets hit during the showcase events in May 2011. He stays consistent with his snap velocity and has smooth mechanics. 2nd place finisher overall and 1st place finisher for class of 2012 at Eastern Showcase camp. Had a good second day of charting at Underclassmen Challenge in January, 2011 and was the top finisher at the Eastern Showcase Event and finished the day by winning the snap competition. Has worked very hard and has made great strides in his development as a LS. Top 10 finisher at 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp. NJ Duke*
10 Fry, Conor 260 6' 2" Conor has tremendous snap velocity from 14 yards. He was consistently in the high .6's during the scholarship charting sessions. Conor is explosive with his snap mechanics and maximizes the movements of his levers to create a fast snap with great accuracy. Fry has a big frame that is beneficial for "A" gap protection and has decent upper body strength. Conor finished in the top 10 for the 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp. NC North Carolina*
11 Wickwar, Colby 205 6' 1" Good snap velocity and is accurate on both his long and short snaps. Good ball rotation. 4th place finisher at 2010 Scholarship Camp for class of 2012. 2nd place finisher at 2010 Texas Showcase camp and 1st place finisher for underclassmen. Colby has tremendous upper body strength with 14 reps at 225 lbs. on the bench press. Colby will also be a good fit in a pro style or spread punt scheme as his footwork is quick and aggressive. Top 10 finisher at 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp. MO Missouri State*
12 Wahlstrom, Easton 245 6' O" Easton has good size and snaps the ball with tremendous force. Has very good accuracy and has worked hard to become the polished snapper that he is today. Easton has very good mechanics and is a strong young man that loves to work and enjoys the payoffs. He went 13/15 on total targets hit at the 2011 Western Showcase event and 14/15 on short snaps. AZ Arizona State
13 Dooley, Nick 275 6' 7" Large frame with great upper body acceleration which allows him to snap the ball from 14 yards with an average snap time of .74 seconds with outstanding accuracy. Nick will be a great presence in the middle to help with A-gap protection on both long and short snaps. He has quick feet that allow him to get back into protection in a pro-style punt scheme. Nick was the top 2012 finisher at the Western Showcase camp scoring 42/45 total points. He connected on 14/15 LS and 14/15 SS. AZ Texas El Paso
14 Higuera, Rey 210 5' 11" Rey has great snap velocity with good ball rotation. He has an average LS time of .77 seconds from 14 yards and is very accurate. Rey stays consistent with his SS speeds which allows for an easy ball to be caught and placed by the holder. He has good upper body strength and is able to protect left and right A gaps in a prostyle scheme and also has an explosive first couple of steps that would fit nicely into a spread punt scheme allowing him to get down field into coverage. Rey was the 4th place overall finisher at the Western Showcase camp and finished 2nd amongst 2012 snappers. OK Tulsa
15 Linsky, Harrison 240 6' 1" Harrison is an accurate long snapper with great mechanics and snap velocity. He averages a snap time of .75 seconds from 14 yards. Harrison's snaps are clean and the rotation is crisp. His short snaps are very consistent and easy to handle with pinpoint location. Harrison has good footwork when it comes to protection left and right and is able to snap the ball with great accuracy. Harrison gets good depth on his kick and also has a good first step off the LOS. He shows tremendous dedication and drive towards the craft of long snapping. A true student. CA Fresno State*
16 Hopson, Alexander (Alex) 205 6' 3" Alex has a great passion for long snapping and is always looking to improve. He has good overall accuracy with great snap velocity in the low to mid .7's. Alex runs well and has quick feet which would allow him to be successful in a pro style punt scheme. AL South Alabama*
17 Kowalewski, Ryan 225 5' 11" Ryan has good technique and solid ball rotation. He is strong and explosive with his snap mechanics. Ryan was the 3rd place finisher at 2010 Scholarship Camp for 2012. Top finisher at 2009 Texas Showcase Camp and 2nd place finisher at Texas Showcase Camp in April, 2010. TX Central Oklahoma*
18 Udelhoven, Connor 240 6' O" Connor is a strong, explosive snapper that has tremendous potential. He has great upper body strength and snaps the ball with great velocity. Connor is consistently in the .7's from 14 yards and has good accuracy. MN University of Wisconsin**
19 Shipman, Billy 250 6' 3" Tremendous looking athlete that runs extremely well. Billy connected on 7/15 LS and 15/15 short snaps at the 2011 Western Showcase Event. Has potential to be an outstanding snapper and touched the tip of the iceberg with his continued work after camp. He is driven and motivated to do great and become a major player in the snapping ranks. CA Cal Poly
20 Sollenberger, Kevin 197 6' 4" Great athlete that moves well. Kevin has a long frame that will benefit with continual strength gains. He has good overall accuracy with consistent snap speed. Kevin has very good ball rotation which helps with his snap speed. He is a competitor and fighter when it comes to accomplishing a task. Kevin won the snap challenge competition for the 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp by connecting on 6/7 snaps. PA Towson University*
21 Dunagan, Jakey 240 6' 3" Good looking athlete that has great snapping skills. Snaps the ball hard and with great accuracy. Has a great long frame and runs well for an athlete of his size. His feet are quick and has a pretty good kick step. He uses his body well and it helps with his snap speed as he averaged .70 seconds at the Southern Showcase Camp in May 2011. GA Morehead State
22 Gerrits, Patrick 222 6' 1" Patrick has good snap mechanics and snap speed. His overall accuracy on both LS and SS is solid. Patrick was the 5th place finisher at 2011 Scholarship Camp for class of 2012. One of 5 finialists in the snap challenge at the Southern Showcase in 2010. FL
23 Simpson, Trent 230 6' O" Trent has great snap speed and uses his entire body during the snap and averages .74 seconds from 14 yards. His long snaps are accurate with good ball rotation. His short snaps are consistent and well the location is well placed. During the December, 2011 Midwest Showcase Event, Trent connected on 9/10 LS during the first two charted sessions with his best time recorded at .71 seconds. Trent was also a participant of the National Invitation Scholarship Camp in July of 2011. IA Arkansas State*
24 Eustace, Ryan 185 5' 11" Ryan is a smooth snapper with very good mechanics. He has very good snap velocity and uses his entire body to produce an average snap time of .74 seconds from 14 yards. Ryan gets great depth on his kick steps as he protects both left and right "A" gaps. His overall accuracy on LS/SS is good and his location during the snap and protect segment of camp was very good also. Ryan was the 2nd place finisher at the Southern Showcase Event in December, 2011 amongst the 2012 snappers. GA Arkansas State*
25 Smith, Joseph 200 6' 3" 4th place finisher at Southern Showcase Camp 2010. Smooth snap mechanics with great snap velocity. Finished in the top spot at the 2011 Southern Showcase Event connecting on eight in a row long snaps and finished with an average snap time of .67 seconds. He does a great job of utilizing his long levers and will continue to get stronger. Joseph had a solid performance at Underclassmen Challenge in Orlando, FL. in January, 2011. SC Delta State University
26 Manns, Christian 200 6' O" Christian is an accurate snapper both for long and short snaps. He has very quick hands that allow him to maximize his snap speed. He stays very consistent throughout the camps he has attended and enjoys competition. Christian has smooth mechanics and good footwork. He is a learner and hard worker and I look forward to seeing what the future brings his way. OH Walsh University
27 Hohenstein, Greg 185 6' 3" Greg has good ball rotation and technique. His long levers help him with his snap velocity. Greg has a frame that will allow for added mass that will benefit his snap. He has made continued progress with both accuracy and velocity. Top 10 finisher at 2010 Scholarship Camp in July. Went 4/5 during his last LS session at 2010 Midwest Showcase to put himself in the snap challenge. Greg has very quick feet and keeps his shoulders and hips square during his kick step. IL Bowling Green*
28 Raab, Dalton 190 6' 2" Dalton is a snapper with long levers and good overall velocity. He has made improvements over the years that has helped him become a better snapper both with his snap velocity and accuracy. He runs well and also has very quick feet. Dalton has an average snap time of .77 seconds from 14 yards. His mechanics are smooth and consistent. Dalton is able to produce a tight spiral which is repeatable snap after snap. PA Slippery Rock University
(4.5 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
29 Brooke, Daniel 190 5' 11" Daniel is an accurate snapper both on long and short snaps. His snap velocity is good and has continued to improve by him maximizing his lower and upper body explosiveness. He has an average snap time of .83 seconds from a 14 yard distance and his accuracy during all phases of protection (pro-style/spread punt formations) is very good. Daniel was the top finisher of the Texas Showcase Event in December, 2011 and was also the snap competition runner-up. He has very good feet which allow him to get good depth on his kick step in protection and also allow for good explosion during his first and second steps off the LOS. TX Abilene Christian (ACU)*
30 Few, Will 240 6' 3" Will has solid snap mechanic with good ball rotation. He has quick feet and does a great job with separating himself from the line of scrimmage to maximize his protection skills. Will is consistent and accurate with his short snaps. GA Mississippi*
31 Mehl, Levi 225 6' 2" Levi is a strong and explosive snapper with good snap speed. He has strong snap mechanics and uses his long and large frame to maximize his accuracy and velocity. Levi will continue to succeed at snapping with his competitive drive and work ethic. MI Hope College*
32 Tuipulotu, Paul 205 6' 1" Paul is a great looking athlete with outstanding snap velocity. He averaged a snap time of .69 seconds during the 2012 National Invitation Scholarship Camp. He can improve his SS accuracy, but is solid from 14 yards. Paul is strong in the upper body and runs extremely well with a 4.66 second 40. He has quick feet and would fit well in both a spread scheme and prostyle scheme. TX
33 Ashby, Kyle 240 6' 1" Kyle has a good frame with overall good LS accuracy. Needs to improve SS accuracy and maximize hand and arm acceleration during entire snap to increase snap velocity. 4th place finisher at 2010 Texas Showcase camp. TX University Of Texas*
34 Eads, William 195 6' O" William has a smooth snap with good technique and great ball rotation. His short snap accuracy and LS accuracy will improve with strength and repetition. Is very dedicated to the skill. AL Middle Tenn State*
35 Barefield, JC 255 6' 2" JC is a strong snapper that is explosive. He can improve both LS and SS accuracy but has potential to be very good with a few technique adjustments. JC moves his feet well and stays consistent with his snap speeds. GA Jacksonville State*
36 Wagner, Wesley 200 5' 9" Wes has progressed over the last year as a snapper in all aspects of strength, speed, accuracy and consistency. He was the 2nd place finisher of all 2012 snappers at the Midwest Showcase Event in December, 2011. Wes finished camp with an average snap time of .78 seconds from 14 yards connecting on 13/15 LS and 15/15 short snaps. He has good upper body acceleration during the snap with smooth mechanics. Wes gets good depth on his kick sets during protection of left and right "A" gaps and has quick feet. With more explosiveness added to his lower body, Wes can very easily decrease his snap time to the mid 7's. IL Elmhurst College*
37 Fischer, Timothy (T.J.) 195 6' 1" Very accurate short snapper with consistent snap speed and accurate snaps. TJ went 14/15 during the 2011 December Midwest Showcase Camp and finished the showcase event with an average snap time of .77 seconds. His camp best being .76 seconds. TJ has good extension on his follow through with quick arm acceleration. During the protection portion of camp, TJ had good depth on his kick and his footwork was quick to the left and right. WI Carthage College*
38 Martin, Micah 205 6' 2" Micah has good snap velocity with an average of .75 seconds. He is a good looking athlete that can benefit from strength gains. Micah has worked hard to improve his technique and mechanics. He has good footwork and runs well. NC North Carolina Central
39 Stacks, Ian 225 6' O" Ian was the 3rd place finisher of all 2012 snappers at the Midwest Showcase Event in December, 2011. He had a great final charting session connecting on all 5 snaps averaging a snap time of .75 seconds from 14 yards. Ian finished 14/15 on his SS and stayed consistent with his snap speeds throughout the day. He has good upper and lower body explosiveness during the snap and does a nice job of getting maximum extension during his follow through. Ian has the ability to get back into protection during the snap and gets good depth on his kick. He needs to continue to work on location of his snaps during his kick sets to the right and left. Ian's ball rotation and snap mechanics are clean which allow for maximum velocity on his snaps. IN Manchester College*
40 Riley, Tyler 225 5' 11" Strong snapper with good mechanics and snap velocity. Tyler has a great kick step after the snap to put him in position to protect right or left. Has good overall accuracy and has a consistent snap speed on his short snaps that allow for a clean snap and hold. Solid frame with quick feet. FL Florida A&M
41 Morris, Tyler 210 5' 10" Tyler has an accurate long snap with good velocity. He averages a .76 second snap time from 14 yards. Tyler has good rotation on his snap and uses his body well to help produce maximum velocity on his snaps. He needs to increase his short snap accuracy which will happen with repetition and muscle memory. Tyler will benefit from a spread punt scheme as his footwork needs to improve both on the depth of his kick sets and the quickness at which his feet move. He was the top finisher at the Southern Showcase Event in December, 2011 of the 2012 snappers. GA Arkansas State*
42 Barker, Zack 225 6' 2" Zack has a good frame with long levers. He has solid snap velocity and has really improved the accuracy of his snaps. Zack was the 3rd place finisher at 2010 Texas Showcase camp and 4th place finisher at the December, 2011 showcase. He runs well and has good footwork and will benefit from being in a spread punt scheme, but also has the ability to kick with good depth to the right and left in a pro-style scheme. Zach finished the 2011 showcase camp with an average snap time of .80 seconds and connected on 4/5 LS during sessions 1 and 2 for a total of 8/10. TX
43 Jorstad, Brady 275 6' 2" Brady has great size and strength and is able to maximize his velocity by using his whole body during the snap. He averaged a snap time of .75 seconds during the Southern Showcase Camp in December of 2011. Brady has good rotation on his snaps with good speed consistency. His best snap time at camp was .70 seconds. Brady will benefit from a spread punt scheme as he needs to improve his overall footwork. His location during the protection segment of camp was inconsistent which will be corrected through repetition. Brady will also have to adjust his SS stance which is very wide. KY Cumberland University
44 Sonderman, Aaron 208 6' O" Aaron is an accurate snapper from 14 yards with an average snap time of .82 seconds. His short snaps are smooth and his accuracy is very good as he went 14/15 during the December, 2011 Midwest Showcase Camp. Aaron's snap stays consistent when asked to protect right or left A gaps. He has good upper body extension but will benefit from more lower body explosiveness and quicker arm acceleration. Aaron connected on his last 5 snaps during the showcase event with a .77 second snap time as his personal best for the camp. WI
45 Traub, Nick 180 6' 1" Good athlete that runs well. Nick will benefit from getting quicker with his footwork and gaining more depth during his kick step for protection purposes. He has good snap velocity and stepped up at the end of the May 2011 Midwest Showcase Camp battling for the top spot of the snapping competition. Nick finished off the day going 3/5 and connecting with the target on 4/5 LS. IN Ball State*
46 DeBoer, Kelsey 185 6' 2" Smooth ball rotation. Kelsey needs to continue to work on getting set before his snaps. Good short snap accuracy and is consisent with both LS and SS snap speed. Is consistently around the snapping target and showed that consistency at the 2011 May Showcase Camp in WI by connecting with the target 9 of his last 10 LS. Kelsey had a good showing at the 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp. WI North Carolina A&T
47 McDonald, Jared 220 6' 3" Jared has a great frame and long levers. He has pretty good accuracy on both his long and short snaps and his snap times are consistent with .79 seconds. Jared runs well and has good feet when it comes to protection in a pro style scheme. I look for Jared to continue to improve and feel he can reach his goal of playing at the collegiate level. CO
48 Ryals, Scott 265 6' 1" Scott is a strong and explosive snapper. He has impressive upper body strength and runs very well for a lineman with a 5.2 second 40. Scott is very consistent from 7 yards and is consistent with his snap times of .75 seconds from 14 yards. Scott will fit many punt schemes, but will be very helpful for those looking for a larger frame to help secure the middle. FL Louisiana College
49 Holland, Jacob 214 6' 2" Jacob is a great competitor that stays positive and motivated. Great snap velocity averaging .67 seconds at the 2011 Southern Showcase Camp. He has good ball rotation with consistent snap speed. Jacob runs well and is able to protect to the left and right with pretty good comfort. GA
50 Tyree, Thomas 225 6' 2" Thomas has good velocity with tight ball rotation. Runs well and has good overall accuracy on both long and short snaps. Great size with very good potential. CO Bowdoin
51 Wirsching, Nick 245 6' 1" Nick has made great improvements to his LS mechanics over the years and is snapping the ball very well. He has good overall SS accuracy and is consistent with both LS and SS velocity. Snap speed has improved greatly and can continue to decrease with utilizing more lower body during LS. WI UW-Oshkosh*
52 Morris, Hunter 235 6' 2" Great size and is strong. Hunter runs well but needs to get quicker during his kick step in protection. He has good overall accuracy on both long and short snaps and showed this at the 2011 Southern Showcase Camp by connecting on 12/15 LS targets hit and 13/15 short snaps. Good snap velocity. NC Citadel
53 Barrett, Sean 200 6' 6" Sean has extremely long levers that aide in his snap speed. He needs to become more accurate on both LS and SS. Sean has a frame that can pack on good mass. He snaps the ball with good velocity averaging .75 seconds from 14 yards. Big potential. IN Indiana*
(4.0 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
54 Quirin, Pat 230 6' 2" Pat has great snap velocity with an average snap time of .71 seconds from 14 yards. He attended the Eastern Showcase Camp in December, 2011 and was the 5th place overall finisher and the top 2012 finsher. Pat also was one of the snap competition finalists during the showcase camp. He needs to improve his overall accuracy on both long and shorts snaps. He has good ball rotation and quick hands. During the protection session of camp, Pat's snap location was accurate, but he needs to improve his foot quickness and depth of his kick sets. PA
55 Miller, R. Luke 235 6' 3" Luke has very good long snap accuracy but needs to improve his short snap accuracy. He was able to connect on 9/10 snaps during his final two charting sessions during the Southern Showcase Camp in December, 2011. Luke finished camp with an average snap time of .83 seconds which can be improved by becoming more explosive with his lower body and more aggressive with his arm swing. GA
56 skubal, len 205 5' 11" Fundamentally sound snapper with great ball rotation and velocity. Is very consistent and accurate with his short snaps but needs to be more consistent with his LS. Len has great footwork and runs well. An athlete that can cover and protect in multiple protection schemes. Choose Boston College*
57 Forrister, Justin 255 6' 3" Justin is a strong explosive athlete with good snap speed. He averaged a snap time of .78 seconds at the 2011 National Invitational Scholarship Camp and has improved his snap time to .72 seconds which was his average snap time at the 2011 December Southern Showcase Camp. Justin has the ability to be a very good snapper, but needs to become more accurate on his SS and LS. He is an explosive snapper which is seen by his improved snap velocity and is able to locate his snaps during his kick steps. Justin needs a better and more explosive first step off the LOS along with more depth. GA Georgia State*
58 Karlson, Richard (Randy) 270 6' 3" Great size and strength. Long frame that he uses well when he snaps. Needs to improve his overall speed, but has good feet when it comes to protection drills. Has a clean ball with good rotation and solid velocity. MA Washington and Lee University*
59 Tusha, Tanner 175 6' O" Tight ball rotation, smooth mechanics and delivery. Accurate short snapper with area to improve on LS accuracy. IA
60 Wood, Haesten 220 6' O" Strong athlete with great potential. Needs to incoporate lower body during LS. Good SS accuracy. TX
61 Powers, Garrett 240 6' 3" Uses his lower body well to produce explosive in his snap velocity. Averaged a snap time of .71 seconds at the 2011 Southern Showcase Camp. Has a small hitch in his snap mechanics which through repetition can be eliminated. Has good consistent short snaps and went 12/15 during camp. FL
62 Trout, Kendal 210 6' 1" Kendal was a participant at the Texas Showcase Camp in December of 2011. He finished camp with an average snap time of .83 seconds from 14 yards and went 11/15 during the LS charting session. Kendal will benefit from a few adjustments in his mechanics. He needs to follow through on both his SS and LS to increase his snap velocity and accuracy. This along with more lower body involvement will help decrease his snap time. Kendal has a good first step off the LOS but his snap location was low during his kick sets and take off. TX
63 Schulz, Johnathan 195 6' O" Johnathan has good SS accuracy going 14/15 at 2010 Eastern Showcase camp. Needs to improve accuracy on LS and will do this by getting stronger and maximizing entire body during the LS especially a strong arm swing. Johnathan runs well and has pretty good upper body strength. OH
64 Carver, Trevor 170 5' 11" Trevor has good snap velocity but needs to improve on overall accuracy. His snaps have good ball rotation and his speeds are consistent. Has good straight away speed and pretty good upper body strength for his size. Is a snapper that would benefit competing for LS role in a spread scheme. CO
65 Firmin, Madison 212 6' 3" Strong explosive snapper that runs very well for his size. Has very good overall accuracy on LS, but can improve his short snap accuracy. Madison has good snap velocity and has quick feet. TX
66 Remke, Don 200 5' 9" Good short snap accuracy. Consistent snap speed. Needs to improve strength and utilize entire body during the LS. Improve LS accuracy through repition and continued drill work. IL
67 McGinn, Ryan 220 6' 2" Smooth snapper. Needs to improve velocity which will increase his accuracy. Good frame but needs to get stronger. Will benefit from getting whole body involved in snap. Has great potential. WI
(3.5 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
68 Youskievicz, Joseph 250 6' 6" Joey has tremendous size with great levers. His average snap time is .80 seconds from 14 yards. Joey needs to improve his overall accuracy on both his long and short snaps. For his size and frame, Joey runs well with a 5.3 second 40. Is able to transition into protection both left and right with a strong kick step. OH
69 Delaney, Robert 220 6' 2" Good size and levers. Solid ball rotation. Short snap accuracy is very good. Needs to improve on overall LS accuracy. Good snap speed. IL
70 Ehrlich, Kendall 210 6' 3" Kendall is explosive, snap speed is impressive, his accuracy is still a work in progress, has potential to be one of the top snappers in the 2012 class TX
71 Whitcomb, Matthew 245 6' 4" Big frame with the proper tools. Improve foot speed and lower body explosion. Has good ball rotation and can improve velocity by getting lower body involved in the snap. Improve on both LS and SS accuracy. NY
72 Penrod, Mitchell 220 6' 2" Needs to improve overall accuracy. Needs to accelerate hands to the target and follow through on his snaps. Good size. PA
73 Greer, Brian 277 6' 4" Big strong athlete. Needs to make small adjustments to technique that will help improve LS accuracy. Has average velocity, but can improve velocity with lower body explosion and arm acceleration. SC
74 Propst, Nathan 205 6' 4" Nathan has very good size and long levers. He has an average snap time of .85 seconds which can be improved by becoming more explosive and quick with his movements. Nathan needs to keep his hips square to the LOS during his kick sets but gets good depth and has good location on his snaps. MO
75 schlenger, seth 265 6' O" Seth has good snap velocity but will benefit from becoming more accurate. He has a good kick step when getting back into protection, however, needs to improve his overall quickness. CO
76 Brown, Tim 288 6' 2" Tim is extremely motivated to become the best he can be and is always analyzing his snaps. He needs to improve on his overall accuracy both on long and short snaps. With continued repetition, Tim will see improvements on both accuracy and snap speed. MI
77 Moran, Duke 230 6' 3" Duke has great snap velocity with an average snap time of .74 seconds. He needs to improve his long snap accuracy. Duke can improve his mechanics by following through and staying balanced upon his finish. He has quick feet and gets back into protection well. CA
78 Ferrell, Joshua 165 6' O" Josh has done a nice job of working at the craft of long snapping and has improved in many areas. He has great snap velocity averaging a snap time of .76 seconds from 14 yards. His last set at the Southern Showcase Camp was his best by scoring on all 5 of his LS with his best recorded snap time being .73 seconds. He needs to improve his short snap accuracy which will come with repetition and concentration. Josh has a great kick set and very good straight ahead explosion off the LOS. GA
79 Arnold, Kyle 160 5' 8" Very accurate SS and good long snap accuracy. Improve overall strength and make minor adjustments to technique. IA
80 Towle, Brendon 185 6' 1" Brendon's long snap accuracy is pretty good, but needs to improve his short snap accuracy. His first two LS sets at the Eastern Showcase Camp went well for Brendon as he connected on 8/10 from 14 yards. He finished camp with an average snap time of .82 seconds which can be improved through more lower body explosion and arm acceleration. During the protection session of camp Brendon did a good job of getting back into protection after the snap. He needs to keep his hips and shoulders square as he gets depth. IN
(3.0 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
81 Kusters, Brett 175 5' 10" Good overall snap accuracy. Can improve his overall strength to give him the best possible chances of maximizing his potential. WI
82 Fiorella, Mark 150 5' 6" Overall good snap mechanics but needs to improve strength of both upper and lower body. Improve both LS and SS accuracy. NY
83 Cowart, Matthew 205 5' 11" Good snap mechanics. Smooth ball rotation and good short snap accuracy. Needs to improve long snap accuracy and strength. FL
84 Martine, Jimmy 221 6' 3" Good ball rotation and snap location. Has long levers that will help increase his snap velocity along with hip drive and arm acceleration. Great short snap accuracy. WI
85 Robinson, James 215 6' O" He is quick with his hands but needs to become more accurate and consistent. Has a good frame and works hard. Overall snap velocity is good. Needs to be able to make adjustments. Work on foot quickness to help with protection aspects of the punt unit. TX
86 Theisen, Matthew 185 5' 11" Overall snap technique is good. Needs to maximize heel drive to help with snap velocity. Arm acceleration and follow through need to be part of every snap. IL
87 Quimby, Jake 265 6' 1" Overall strength is good. Needs to improve flexibility and make adjustments to his technique to fully utilize his entire body. Improve both LS and SS accuracy. Very coach able and a hard worker. FL
88 Shaver, Adam 210 5' 7" Needs to improve on both long and short snaps. Overall technique is good but can improve both accuracy and velocity by making adjustments. Very coachable. IA

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