2013 Snappers National Rating System

05/24/14 - This is the 2nd of 3 rankings Kohl's will do this year. 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
1 Turelli, Brendan 240 6' 2" Brendan is the top snapper in the nation and will be one of the LS representatives participating in the Under Armour All-American Game in January 2013. He has great mechanics and repeats his best ball consistently. During the 2012 Scholarship Camp he went 15/15 on his SS and showed great consistency during the protection and live snap segments of camp. Finished camp with an average snap time of .73 seconds and connected on 14/17 LS targets. During the Spring Showcase Event in April, Turelli connected on all 15 of his long snaps and all 15 of his short snaps scoring 41/45 points showing once again why he is the best in the nation for the class of 2013. Top finisher at 2012 Underclassmen Challenge scoring 30/30 points. Great all around camp including drill and live snap segments of camp. Finished with an average snap time of .68 seconds. He has great size and strength with quick feet. Brendan has a quick delivery and his mechanics are smooth and polished. Bredan was the 2nd place finisher at the 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp for the class of 2013. AZ Wyoming
2 Kluver, Tyler 225 6' O" Tyler was the top place finisher at the 2012 National Scholarship Camp in July by scoring 57/55 points. He connected on 16/17 LS during his charting session and finished with an average snap time of .69 seconds. Tyler will be one of the LS representatives in the Under Armour All-American Game in January 2013. Tyler is a strong explosive snapper that utilizes his entire body. He has good snap velocity and has pinpoint accuracy on his short snaps. During the Midwest Showcase Camp, Tyler averaged a snap time of .74 seconds while also connecting on 14/15 SS. Tyler's smooth mechanics and quick feet allow him to fit into any protection scheme. Tyler continues to excel in the craft of LS as he finished 4th at the 2012 Underclassmen Challenge in Orlando, FL. He recorded a perfect 5/5 on his opening set of LS. Tyler was also a finalist in the snap competition. Tyler has been working hard decreasing his snap times and finished the 2012 MidWest Showcase Camp with a .70 second average. His snaps are smooth and when he takes his time and gets himself set can snap head to head with anyone. IA Iowa*
3 Lizanich, Michael 225 6' O" Smooth snapper with great mechanics and accuracy. Uses whole body to maximize snap speed. Tight ball rotation and is consistent from snap to snap. Top finisher of all snappers at 2010 Western Showcase camp. 2011 competition winner at Western Showcase camp. He has great footwork and quickness when kicking into protection. Michael was the 4th place finisher at the 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp. Michael finished the December 2011 Western Showcase camp with an overall 3rd place finish and the top spot for 2013 snappers. He finished with an average snap time of .72 seconds and total a camp score of 41/45 points. Michael was also the camp runner-up for the snapping competition. AZ Tulane
4 Miller, Gabriel 245 6' 1" Gabriel is incredibly strong snapper both upper and lower body. He has good overall accuracy on both long and short snaps. Gabriel has good rotation with great snap velocity. He is consitent with snap times in the low to mid .7's finishing with an average snap time of .75 seconds at the Midwest Showcase Event in December of 2011. Gabriel has a quick release and smooth delivery which help with him getting back into protection during the snap and protect segment of camp. He was a top 10 finisher at the 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp. Gabriel was the 3rd place finisher and at the 2012 Underclassmen Challenge scoring 29/30 points and also snap competition finalist. He finished perfect on SS with 10/10 and an average snap time of .69 seconds. Gabriel continues to impress with his velocity and accuracy. IN Nebraska
5 MOWERY, JUSTIN 240 6' 2" Justin attended the 2012 National Scholarship Camp in July where he finished 2nd with a score of 53/55 points. He connected on 16/17 targets with an average snap time of .73 seconds. Justin's footwork during the protection portion of camp was quick and his snap accuracy stayed consistent. Justin was a participant at the 2012 Underclassmen Challenge and gained momentum as the day went on. He finished up going 5/5 on his final 5 LS with a score of 9/10 points. He went 13/15 with targets hit during the Southern Showcase Camp in December, 2011. Justin's average snap time of those 13 snaps was .79 seconds with his daily best of .76 seconds. Justin gets good rotation on his snaps. Justin was the snap competition winner and finished 3rd at the 2011 showcase event. TN West Virginia*
6 Crater, Cody 220 5' 10" Once again Cody came to camp prepared and ready to compete. He took the top spot at the 2012 December Midwest Showcase Camp where he scored 37/45 points and connected on 14/15 targets and went a perfect 5/5 during the last set of charted snaps. He also went 15/15 on his short snaps and finished with a .78 second average snap time with his best of .76 seconds recorded on snaps 2, 4 and 5. Cody has good footwork and transitions into protection efficiently without false steps. He has proven to be one of the most consistent snappers that I have worked with over the past couple of years and was a finalist for the camp wide snap competition. During the 2012 Scholarship Camp in July, Cody finished 3rd with a score of 49/55 points. He connected on 16/17 targets hit and made 13 of those 17 through the target. His final charted set of 5 snap resulted in him making all 5 snaps. During the 2012 May showcase event in Chicago, IL Cody hit 14/15 long snap targets and has worked on increasing his snap velocity. Crater averaged .78 seconds from 14 yards and showed quick feet during the protection segment of camp and also added another snap competition title to his resume by hitting 3/4 snaps. Cody was the 5th place finisher at the 2012 Underclassmen challenge and continues to be one of the most accurate snappers of his class. He registered a score of 18/20 points during the LS charting segment. Cody was also a snap challenge finalist. Cody registered the highest long snap score of any competitor at the 2011 December showcase camp with 24/30 points. Cody has great lower body explosion with smooth mechanics. IL South Dakota School of Mines
7 Gilbert, Peyton 200 5' 10" Dalton is a competitor and when asked to step up, he does. Dalton finished 4th at the National Scholarship Camp in July and finished with an average snap time of .69 seconds. He connected on 14/17 LS and went 15/15 on his SS. At the 2012 Midwest Showcase Event Dalton averaged a snap time of .67 seconds while also running a 4.7 second 40 yard dash. He continues to be very accurate and will fit into any punt scheme. Finished with a camp best .65 second long snap from 14 yards. Full body snapper that produces great snap velocity and all around accuracy. Dalton has good upper body strength and will be able to hold his own up the middle. Dalton was the top finisher at the 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp for the class of 2013 and was the 4th place finisher amongst all competitors. Dalton continues to improve from camp to camp and competition to competition. IA Iowa State*
8 Longwell, Robert 195 6' 1" During the 2012 Scholarship Camp in July Robert showed his ability to snap the ball with great velocity while staying accurate on the target. He finished camp with an average snap time of .71 seconds with his camp best of .65 seconds. Robert is a good prospect and has all the essentials of a quality LS. He has a smooth snap with great rotation and is explosive and quick with his snap mechanics. Robert averaged a .68 second snap time at the 2012 Eastern Showcase Event in May. Robert will benefit from increasing his LS accuracy through repetition and getting set prior to snapping the ball. He runs well and will be a good fit for a spread punt scheme as he clocked a 4.9 second 40 yard dash. During the 2012 Southern Showcase Event in December Robert scored on 14/15 long snaps and his first 9 snaps went through the target. He finished camp with a .72 second average snap time with his best of .70 seconds recorded on snaps #4, #5, #7, #12 and #15. Robert finished 3rd overall at camp and was the top performer for the 2013 class of all snappers that competed in all 5 showcase events. He has quick feet and has the ability to perform in a spread/shield or Pro-style scheme. I look for Robert to be a valuable asset to a schools special teams unit. VA Georgetown University
9 Wirtel, John 215 6' 3" During the 2012 Midwest Showcase Camp in December John finished with a score of 37/45 and connected on 11/15 long snaps and 14/15 short snaps. He continues to snap the ball with outstanding velocity as he finished camp with an average snap time of .70 seconds and was a finalist in the snap competition. John is explosive with his mechanics and I look for him to compete for a starting job right away. He attended the 2012 National Scholarship camp in July and showed great accuracy and consistency throughout the length of camp. He connected on 12/17 charted snaps and 2 of them camp during the big ball challenge that propelled him into the top 10. John has long levers and solid technique. He has good ball rotation and is accurate on both LS and SS. He finished with an average snap time of .72 seconds and showed good footwork during the evaluation period. During the Midwest Showcase camp in December, 2011, John connected on 12/15 long snaps and 14/15 short snaps with an average snap time of .78 seconds. John will benefit from becoming more explosive with his lower body which will help decrease his snap times. In the protection portion of camp, John did a nice job of exploding off the LOS while maintaining good ball location on the target. John was the 1st place finisher of 2013 snappers and 3rd place overall of all snappers at 2010 Midwest Showcase camp. IL Kansas*
10 Smith, Kaleb 225 6' 3" Kaleb has smooth mechanics with good ball rotation. He has a great frame with long levers and runs well. Kaleb has gotten stronger and with his great extension on his snaps, allows him to maximize his velocity. He performed very well at the 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp and was a top 10 finisher. Kaleb finished the 2012 Underclassmen Challenge with an average snap time of .78 and connecting on his last 5 LS for a total score of 8/10. Kaleb has been working hard on increasing his velocity and it showed at the 2012 Texas Showcase Event in April where he averaged .74 seconds. Kaleb clocked in at a 5.0 second 40 yard dash and will provide both the ability to get down field in a spread punt scheme or provide as an extra blocker in a pro-style scheme. He is able to get good depth on his kick sets without losing any accuracy. TX Oklahoma State*
11 Kelliher, Brady 220 6' 6" At the Midwest Showcase camp in December of 2012 Brady finished in 3rd place and scored on 14/15 snaps stayed consistent during the drill work and agility sessions of camp. He has worked very hard over the past year to excel as a deep snapper and has dedicated himself to becoming one of the best in his class. Brady also was one of the finalists during the camp competition. He attended the 2012 National Scholarship Camp in July and stayed consistent during the duration of camp. Brady finished with an average snap time of .73 seconds and connected on all five of his final LS. He also recorded the fastest snap speed at camp by topping out at 40 mph on the radar gun. Brady has unlimited potential as a long snapper and through continued dedication to long snapping should draw some definite interest from collegiate programs. He has great levers and at 6'6" snaps the ball with good velocity. At the 2012 Spring MidWest Showcase Event in May Brady started to scratch the surface of his potential as velocity and accuracy meshed together. His live snaps to the punters were on target and he started to attack his snaps increasing his velocity as the day went on. Brady showed quick feet during the protection portion of camp and also ran a 4.9 second 40 yard dash. WI Wisconsin*
12 Hall, Patrick 230 6' 1" Patrick has a very quick release and may be the quickest I have seen. This helps him with his snap velocity which he averages .69 seconds. He utilizes his body to maximize his movements and is very strong in his upper and lower body. Patrick has quick feet and is explosive off the line of scrimmage. He was the 3rd place finisher at the 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp. Patrick was the top finisher at the Eastern Showcase Event while also earning the runner-up for the snap competition. He averaged a snap time of .70 seconds with his camp best being .67 seconds. Patrick gets good depth on his kick set and has quick feet which would fit any protection scheme, pro-style or spread. Patrick finished in the top half of the 2012 underclassmen challenge in Orlando, FL. Patrick continues to snap the ball with great velocity and control. He bench pressed 225 X 10 during the strength segment of camp. NJ Princeton*
13 Trenhaile, Thayer 200 5' 11" Thayer's overall accuracy is solid on both LS and SS. He scored 15/15 on SS during the 2011 December Midwest Showcase camp where he also averaged a snap time of .73 seconds from 14 yards. Thayer has a quick snap time and accelerates his upper body nicely through the snap. He made some nice adjustments at the 2011 showcase camp that really improved his accuracy. He runs well straight ahead and does a nice job when protecting left or right for a prostyle punt scheme. Thayer finished 3rd overall during the 2011 Midwest Showcase camp and 2nd amongst the class of 2013 with a total score of 40/45. He was also a finalist for the snap competition. Thayer finished top ten of the 2012 Underclassmen challenge. He was a perfect 10/10 on his SS and was the runner-up for the snap competition. Thayer finished with a .69 second average snap time. SD South Dakota State*
14 Sypniewski, Scott 220 6' O" Scott has a solid frame with very good mechanics. His overall SS and LS accuracy is good and he is consistent with his snap speed. Scott finished with an average snap time of .74 seconds at the Midwest Showcase Camp in December of 2011 with his best snap time recorded at .70 seconds. Scott has good footwork and a quick ball release which allows him to get back into protection quickly. He has great lower body explosiveness with good ball rotation. Scott will be a good fit for any protection scheme. IL Michigan
15 Edgar, Harrison 237 6' 2" Harrison is an accurate snapper with great velocity. He connected on 16/17 LS and finished with an average snap time of .75 seconds. Harrison runs very well for his size and has good footwork that will allow him to fit into any punt scheme. He also has good strength as he completed 14 repetitions at 225 lbs. on the bench. Harrison finished in the top 10 of the 2012 National Invitation Scholarship Camp in July. He also performed very well at the Auburn Special Teams Camp in June where he showed consistent snap speed and accuracy. Harrison also showed his ability to cover down field during a snap, punt and coverage drill. FL
16 Nick, sewak 215 6' 3" During the December Showcase Camp in GA, Nick finished camp with a .74 second average snap time and put 3 snaps through the target. His fastest snap time came on snap #14 when he recorded .70 seconds from 14 yards. Nick snaps the ball with very good accuracy and velocity. Nick uses his entire body to generate maximum snap speed. Nick runs well with a 5.0 second 40 yard dash but will benefit by working on improving his foot quickness during his kick sets. 10 of Nick's 15 snaps were perfect hits on the target during the 2012 Southern Showcase Camp in May. Nick finished with an overall score of 37/45 points. GA Georgia Southern
17 Peterson, Graydon 225 6' 1" During the 2012 National Scholarship Camp in July Graydon showed good accuracy during the LS charting session but needs to improve his SS accuracy. He finished camp with an average snap time of .73 seconds. Graydon is an explosive full body snapper with good overall velocity. Graydon attended a padded camp and showed very good accuracy to his targets during the live segment in July of 2012. He averaged a snap time of .78 seconds during the Midwest Showcase Camp in December, 2011. Graydon's best snap time of the day was .71 seconds. During the protection segment of camp Graydon had good location on his snap during his right and left kick set and also snapped the ball with good accuracy on a spread punt take-off. Continuing to work on ball rotation will help improve his overall accuracy. Graydon was a top 10 finisher at 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp. WI Dartmouth*
18 Corcoran, Sean 205 6' 2" Sean was a top 10 finisher at the 2012 National Scholarship Camp in July finishing with a total score of 46/55. Sean finished camp with an average snap time of .72 seconds and connected on 13 snaps during his charting session. During the 2012 Southern Showcase Event in May, Sean showed very good accuracy by connecting on his final 10 snaps and also went 15/15 on his short snap attempts. He has made very good strides as a snapper over the last several months. Sean does a nice job of using his entire body during his snap which maximizes his snap velocity. Sean will benefit from a pro style punt scheme as he has good footwork during his kick sets but will benefit from increasing his straight ahead speed. IL Penn State*
19 Meadows, Nick 220 5' 11" During the 2012 National Scholarship Camp Nick showed consistency towards the target by hitting 12/17 targets. He finished with an average snap time of .74 seconds and can decrease his snap time by continuing to work on his ball hitch. Nick snaps the ball with tremendous velocity and uses his entire body during the snap. Nick will becomes more accurate as his repetitions increase and definitely snaps the ball with the "wow" factor. Nick was the top finisher at the 2012 Eastern Showcase Event and was also the snap competition runner-up. He needs to continue to become more comfortable with his kick sets but has the ability to cover in a spread punt scheme with a 5.0 second 40 yard dash. WV West Virginia*
20 Scott, Drew 200 6' 2" Drew attended the 2012 Scholarship Camp in July and finished with an average snap time of .68 seconds. He has good overall accuracy and snapped the ball well during the live segment of camp. He has good footwork and stays accurate during his kick sets. Drew has good size and strength and showed good composure during the big ball segment when he connected on both of his snaps. IA Kansas State*
21 Block, Cody 205 6' O" Cody has smooth snap mechanics and good overall accuracy on his snaps. At the 2011 December Western Showcase Camp, Cody connected on 12/15 snaps and went 5/5 on his last set scoring 9/10 points. Cody averaged a snap time of .82 seconds with his daily best of .78 seconds. He is able to keep his accuracy to a target while protecting either "A" gap. Cody has an explosive 1st and 2nd step which allows him a quick release off the LOS. Cody performed well during the drill and live snap sessions of the 2012 Underclassmen Challenge. He also performed well during the strength segment of camp by completing 225 X 7 on the bench. Cody has continued to show improvement and that is a direct correlation to his training. He is now averaging .74 seconds from 14 yards and has more control of his snap mechanics. Cody stays consistent with his snap speeds which also help out with his long and short snap accuracy. AZ Nevada*
22 Etheridge, Tucker 220 5' 10" Tucker has smooth snap mechanics with good overall accuracy on both LS and SS. He was the overall camp winner for the 2011 Southern Showcase Event with a total score of 38/45 points. Tucker finished with 14/15 SS and an average snap time of .73 seconds from 14 yards. He is an explosive snapper and uses his entire body to maximize his velocity. He continues to impress me with his quick and pinpoint accuracy on his short snaps during the 2012 May Showcase Camp. Tucker has tight ball rotation and consistent snap speed from snap to snap. During the protection segment of camp, Tucker was able to get back into protection quickly without losing any accuracy on his snaps. Tucker was the winner of the 2012 Underclassmen Challenge snap competition. He finished camp with an average snap time of .69 seconds. GA Louisiana Tech University
23 Jahnke, Josh 200 6' O" Josh finished 3rd at the 2012 December Showcase Event in WI where he scored 33/45 points and connected on 14/15 long snaps with 7 going through the target. He continues to be a technician and maximizes his mechanics on every snap. Josh uses his quick feet to get him into position during protection drills while focusing on the snap first which allows him to stay consistent with his snap location. He also stepped up and went 2/2 during the finals to win the snap competition. At the 2012 Scholarship Camp in July Josh showed good consistency with his short snap accuracy and had a strong second session of LS when he hit 5/5 targets and averaged a snap time of .75 seconds. Josh has continued to work hard and through strength gains he has decreased his average snap time to .79 seconds at the 2012 Midwest Showcase Event. He has good lower body explosion and keeps his body square to the LOS during his kick sets.Josh has good accuracy on his long snaps from 14 yards. At the Midwest Showcase Camp in December, 2011, Josh connected on 12/15 LS going 5/5 during his final session. He has smooth mechanics and a strong follow through with good lower body explosion and quick hands. During the protection portion of camp, Josh was able to get good depth on his kick while maintaining accurate snaps to his target. IL Southern Illinois*
24 Marx, Joe 190 5' 11" Joe is very smooth with his mechanics and snap delivery. During the 2012 Western Showcase Event in April, Joe connected on 14/15 long snaps and 14/15 short snaps with an average snap time of .79 seconds. Joe also performed well during the live portion of camp and has good foot quickness. He is a fit for both a spread or pro-style scheme and clocked in at a 5.1 second 40 yard dash. CA
25 Kohnen, Christian 230 6' O" Christian has good overall accuracy on his long snaps and can tighten up his accuracy with his short snaps. He has great velocity from 14 yards and averaged a snap time of .74 seconds with his best snap time of the day at .69 seconds at the Midwest Showcase camp in December. Christian has outstanding potential and will see increased results with a few minor adjustments to his technique. He has good snap location while getting back into protection and is light on his feet. Christian participated in the 2012 Underclassmen Challenge in Orlando, FL and finished with an average snap time of .71 seconds. Christian performed well during the drill segment of camp and snapped well to the punters and holders during the live kicking competitions. IL
26 Cheatham, Bradley 205 6' 4" Bradley has a great frame with long levers which produces a snap with good velocity. He averages a snap time of .77 seconds from 14 yards. Bradley has good overall accuracy on his long snaps and is consistent with his short snap velocity and snap location. He has the ability to protect in a prostyle scheme but also has good straight ahead speed. During the Southern Showcase Camp, Bradley connected on 9/10 snaps with his best snap time being .75 seconds. He was also a finalist in the snap competition. Bradley was a top 10 finisher at 2011 National Invitation Scholarship Camp. At the 2012 Midwest Showcase Event Bradley ran a 4.9 second 40 yard dash and connected on all 5 of his final snaps. TN Tennessee Tech*
27 Tortorella, Alex 215 6' 3" Alex has long levers and a good frame. Alex has solid short snap accuracy and stays consistent with his snap speeds. During the 2012 National Scholarship Camp Alex continued to show his accuracy by connecting on 14/17 LS and connected on all 5 snaps during his second session while averaging a snap time of .75 seconds. He runs well and is able to stay consistent during protection drills. Alex will fit into both spread or pro style punt schemes. Alex finished 7th for the class of 2013 at the 2012 Underclassmen Challenge. He connected on all 10 of his SS and recorded points on all 5 of his LS during his last charted session. Alex finished with a final score of 25/30 to finish camp. Alex finished with an average snap time of .76 seconds at the Eastern Showcase Event in December, 2011. Alex also connected on 8 of his last 10 snaps which carried over into the snap competition where he hit 4/4 to win the finals. OH University of Dayton*
28 Fennell, Kevin 220 6' O" During the 2013 Showcase Event in NJ Kevin snapped the ball extremely well during his 2nd and 3rd charted sessions by scoring on 9/10 snaps with 8 of them going through the target. He finished camp with an average snap time of .68 seconds and was a finalist during the snap competition. Kevin attended the 2012 Eastern Showcase Camp where he finished camp with an average snap time of .79 seconds and scored on 9 of his last 10 charted snaps with 7 of them traveling through the target. Kevin also went 12/15 on his short snaps. He has an explosive first step off the LOS and stays consistent with his rotation. NJ Stony Brook University*
(4.5 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
29 Howard, Matt 205 5' 11" During the 2012 National Scholarship Camp in July Matt connected on 14/17 LS during his charting session and finished with an average snap time of .79 seconds. He runs very well and has the ability to fit into a spread punt. Matt stays consistent with his accuracy during his kick sets which also allows him to fit into a pro style scheme. He is a consistent snapper when it comes to both accuracy and snap velocity. He needs to stay quick with his mechanics and will benefit from more hip explosion. Matt connected on 12/15 long snaps during the charting session of the May 2012 Southern Showcase Event. KY Kentucky*
30 Kenney, Andrew 200 6' O" Andrew stayed consistent during the 2012 Western Showcase Event in December where he connected on 11/15 long snaps and 12/15 short snaps. He finished camp with an average snap time of .74 seconds and had his best snap time on snap #10 where he recorded .70 seconds. Andrew was a finalist during the snap competition. AZ New Mexico State*
31 Tarnutzer, Lance J. W. 210 6' 3" During the 2012 December Showcase Event in Texas Lance connected on 8/15 snaps that went through the target and finished with an average snap time of .80 seconds. He also scored on 13/15 snaps at the Midwest Showcase Camp with 6 made targets and 14/15 on short snaps. He continues to improve his foot quickness and stays quick with his mechanics to maximize his snap velocity. Lance attended the 2012 Scholarship Camp in July and continued with his LS accuracy through the duration of camp. He connected on 12/17 snaps with his best session during session 2 when he went 5/5 with 2 snaps going through the target. Ball rotation is good and snap speed stays consistent. Lance has a great frame and long levers and has made improvements over the past couple of months through hard work and wt. training. Lance showed great accuracy at the MidWest Showcase Camp in May of 2012 where he connected on 13/15 LS. He averaged a snap time of .84 seconds improving from his previous average of .91 at the Midwest Showcase Camp in December, 2011. During the protection segment of camp, Lance was able to get good depth on his kick sets and stayed accurate with his snap location. Lance was also the snap competition runner-up at the 2011 December Event. WI University of Wisconsin-Whitewater*
32 Bair, Andrew 220 6' 3" At the 2012 Texas Showcase Camp in December Andrew scored on 12/15 long snaps with 6 going through the target. He also recorded 13/15 short snaps and averaged a snap time of .82 seconds from 14 yards. Andrew has great levers and continues to make improvements to benefit his craft. He showed his competitiveness at camp by hitting 3/3 during the elimination round to advance to the finals of the snap competition. Andrew attended the 2012 National Scholarship camp in July and showed good overall accuracy on both LS and SS. He has very good rotation on his snaps which helps provide good snap velocity on his snaps. Andrew finished camp with an average snap time of .80 seconds. Andrew runs well and stays consistent with his accuracy during his kick sets. MO Lindenwood University
33 Kolb, Kevin 232 6' 5" At the 2012 Midwest Showcase Camp in December Kevin made 3 of 5 snaps through the target during his 1st charting session and finished his last charted session by scoring on all 5 snaps. He finished with a .81 second average snap time and went 14/15 on his short snaps. Kevin snapped his way into the finals of the snap competition as he outlasted his competition in the elimination round. Kevin is able to move well on his feet and stays consistent with his snap location while transitioning into his kick set. He will benefit by improving his hip explosion and lower body extension. Kevin is a very accurate snapper with good snap velocity. During the 2012 Scholarship Camp Kevin connected on 12/17 LS during his charting session with an average snap time of .79 seconds. His best set came during session 2 when he connected on all 5 snaps and putting 4 through the target. Snaps the ball with good rotation and is very consistent with his SS. Kevin has big potential and a great frame. He will benefit from continued strength gains which will help with his already solid snap velocity. Kevin has good LS accuracy and has a consistent snap speed with his short snaps. WI Winona State University
34 Ellsworth, Blake 185 5' 11" Blake snaps the ball with great velocity and there is a wow factor as the ball departs from his hands. At the 2012 Western Showcase Camp in December he scored on 10/15 snaps and averaged a snap time of .73 seconds with his best snap time recorded at .69 seconds. He recorded 12/15 shorts snaps and stays consistent with his snap velocity. During the drill work portion of camp Blake was able to stay consistent with his snap location and is able to move his feet quickly and efficiently. He was one of the finalists during the camp wide snap competition. Blake is accurate with his short snaps and has consistent snap speed. Blake had a good 2nd set at the Western Showcase Camp in December, 2011 as he connected on all 5 of his snaps. Blake gets good depth on his kick and keeps his hips and shoulders square to the LOS. Blake has made great strides as a snapper and has made gains in both strength and speed. Blake averaged a snap time of .72 seconds at the Spring Showcase Event in April of 2012. AZ
35 Pechous, Drake 235 6' 1" At the 2012 Texas Showcase Event in December Drake finished the charting sessions with 12/15 hits on the target with 7 of those snaps going through the snapping apparatus. He has focused on becoming a well rounded snapper and has really excelled over the last year. Drake maximizes his lower body in his mechanics stays consistent with his snap velocity on his short snaps. During the protection segment of camp, Drake displayed quick feet and stayed accurate with his snap location. Drake has continued to work hard and develop as a snapper. His snap velocity has increased and he finished the 2012 Texas Showcase Event in May with an average snap time of .71 seconds. His final 5 charted snaps of the camp were all hits on the target which led to a score of 8/10 for that set of long snaps. Drake was the snap competition winner by connecting on 2/2 snaps. TX Henderson State University
36 Pinkowski, Tyler 175 5' 11" During the July 2012 Nation Scholarship Camp Tyler finished with an average snap time of .79 seconds. His final charted set showed his accuracy when he went 4/5 and connected on all 4 snaps through the target. He will benefit by continuing to increase his overall strength. Tyler has improved over the years and has progressed in many areas as a snapper. During the Eastern Showcase Camp in December, 2011, Tyler showed is capabilities by connecting on 9/10 LS and averaging a snap time of .80 seconds. He has good ball rotation on his snaps and will increase his snap velocity by being more aggressive with his arm swing. During the protection segment of camp, Tyler has a good 1st step departing the LOS. By getting more depth on his kick set, he will put himself in a better position to provide protection to either "A" gap. Tyler was the 6th place finisher at Scholarship Camp amongst 2012/2013 in July, 2010. MI Verbal commit Western Michigan
37 Gallagher, Connor 260 5' 11" Connor snapped his way into the finals as he remained the last one standing during one of the elimination rounds leading up to the snap competition. He finished camp with 10/15 target hits and going 14/15 on short snaps. Connor has great snap rotation and performed very well during the drill work session of camp. He has great focus and is always looking to improve on his next rep. During the 2012 National Scholarship Camp Connor finished in the top 10 and connected on 15/17 LS. He stays very consistent from camp to camp and was able to connect on both big ball snaps during the final session. He is strong and explosive and has good footwork which will help him fit in a pro style scheme. Connor has great potential and continues to make improvements as a snapper. He attended the 2012 Spring Western Showcase Event in April and started on fire by connecting on 4/5 snaps for a total of 8 points out of a possible 10. Connor finished with an average snap time of .81 seconds. AZ
38 Bayliss, Matt 220 6' 6" Matt has the potential to be a great long snapper. at 6'6" 220 lbs. he is a definite eye catcher, however needs to become more consistent with his LS accuracy. He has the frame that will allow him to make positive strength gains and will also benefit from working on his overall speed. Matt finished the 2012 Spring Texas Showcase camp on a positive note by performing well in the drill work and live snapping sessions. He finished camp with an average snap time of .75 seconds. OK
39 Boyd, Sam 220 6' 3" Sam has a long frame with good mechanics. His overall accuracy is good, but can continue to improve pinpoint accuracy through repetition and muscle memory. Sam has good feet when evaluated in footwork segment of camp. Sam's accuracy stays on target while kicking left and right. Sam was on one the snap finalists in the competition at the December, 2011 Texas Showcase Camp. Sam averaged a snap time of .70 seconds which has improved from his previous average of .74 seconds in December of 2011. Sam performed well during the live portion of camp and also showed strong stamina as the day progressed at the 2012 spring Showcase Event in Dallas. TX
40 Foertsch, Alex 225 6' 4" During the 2012 Eastern Showcase Event Alex connected on 5 snaps through the target and went 11/15 on short snaps while battling wet conditions. He finished camp with an average snap time of .77 seconds with his best of .75 coming on snap #4 and #12. During the drill work session of camp Alex preformed very well with consistent location and showed his agility during the protection evaluation. Alex has great levers and snaps the ball with good velocity. At the Eastern Showcase Camp in December, 2011, Alex preformed well during the protection segment. He has quick feet but will benefit in protection by getting more depth on his kick. Alex has been getting stronger and it shows with his snap velocity of .72 seconds. His drill work and live sessions at the Eastern Showcase Camp in May 2012 were solid performances. MD Virginia*
41 Harker, Gray 190 6' 2" Gray came out on fire at the 2012 National Scholarship Camp in July by going 4/5 during his first charted session and putting all 4 through the target. Gray finished with 13/17 total targets hit and finished with an average snap time of .78 seconds. He has good ball rotation and has a good kick set. Will benefit by continuing to increase his overall strength and speed. KS
42 John, Ricky 285 6' 4" Ricky has very good size and will benefit from a pro-style punt scheme. He maximizes his entire body during the snap which gives him an average snap time of .74 seconds. Ricky was able to connect on 4 of his last 5 long snap attempts at the 2012 Western Showcase Event in April. There is no doubt that Ricky has what it takes to snap at the next level and through continued hard work and dedication, the sky is the limit. AZ
43 Isaacs, Tyler 210 6' 3" Tyler has big potential and great work ethic. He has a long frame and snaps the ball with good velocity averaging a snap time of .78 seconds. Tyler runs well and has a strong first step when kicking into protection for both left and right A gaps. He had a great camp in December at the 2011 Midwest Showcase putting his first snaps through the target and finishing with 13/15 total recorded snaps. Tyler has smooth mechanics but needs to improve his foot quickness and get more depth on his kick sets. His best snap time of the day was at .76 seconds. IL
44 Marchese, Joe 240 6' 2" Joe has a great frame with long levers and uses his body during the snap to provide maximum velocity on his snaps. He has very good accuracy on both his long and short snaps where he went 13/15 on SS and connected on all 5 of his final LS in which he put 4 through the target at the Midwest Showcase Camp in December, 2011. Joe finished camp with a .77 second average snap time. Joe will benefit by improving his foot speed and quickness during his kick sets but has an aggressive arm swing and smooth ball rotation. IL Maryland*
45 Smith, Alex 190 5' 11" Alex showed very good accuracy at the 2012 Scholarship Camp in July by hitting 13/17 LS. Alex needs to continue to improve his SS accuracy. Alex runs well and has good protection footwork but will benefit from a spread punt scheme. Alex finished camp with an average snap time of .75 seconds and can continue to increase his velocity by improving his ball rotation. IN Marian University
46 Wooten, Garrett 250 6' 4" Garrett has great size and strength and snaps the ball with great velocity. During the 2012 National Scholarship Camp Garrett averaged a snap time of .77 seconds. Garrett has very good SS snap accuracy and went 15/15 during his chartings. He will continue to improve his LS accuracy by focusing on extension and follow through to the target. Has great strength both upper and lower body and uses his hips well during his mechanics. IL South Dakota
47 Beidel, Grant 191 6' 1" Grant has good LS accuracy and a smooth snap that creates great ball rotation. He has quick hands and gets great extension through his snaps. Grant averages a snap time of .75 seconds and with increased lower body explosion has the ability to increase his velocity and decrease his snap time. During the 2012 Scholarship Camp Grant continued to show his good snap velocity and performed well during the live segment of camp. He was also able to stay consistent with his snap location during the protection drills and also showed good quick footwork. He became a stronger snapper as the day went on during the 2012 Southern Showcase Event in May by connecting on 5/5 snaps and scoring 9/10 points. Grant also showed his ability to run by clocking a 4.7 second 40 yard dash and also winning the snap competition to close out camp. GA
48 Parris, Corey 290 6' 1" During the 2012 Scholarship Camp in July Corey finished with an average snap time of .79 seconds. He is still adjusting as he continues to rehab a wrist injury. He started off by connecting on 4/5 snaps in which 3 went through the target. Corey needs to continue to focus on narrowing his base to become more explosive which will allow him to transition quicker into his kick sets. Runs well for his size with quick feet. Corey has improved his short snap accuracy, but will benefit by becoming more accurate with his LS. He was the 2nd place finisher amongst 2013 snappers at 2010 Midwest showcase camp. WI University of Wisconsin-Stout*
49 Kronk, Conner 240 6' 1" Conner needs to improve his accuracy on his long snaps. He will benefit by becoming more explosive with his lower body which will also help if asked to protect either "A" gap. Conner attended the 2012 Scholarship Camp in July and showed very good consistency during the live segment of camp. Conner's best snap time came during session 3 when he recorded a .73 second snap. He is strong and will fit in both spread and pro style punt schemes. Conner has good straight ahead speed and recorded a 5.1 forty yard dash. Conner snaps the ball with consistent speed and good rotation. During the 2012 Midwest Showcase Event, Conner averaged a .75 snap time and went 14/15 on his short snaps. He will benefit from using more hip explosion and upper body extension. KY
50 Lane, Mitch 170 6' 1" Mitch has smooth mechanics and will benefit from becoming stronger and getting more extension towards the target. He averaged a snap time of .82 seconds at the 2012 Underclassmen Challenge. Through continued repetition and continued training, Mitch will decrease his snap time and improve his accuracy. FL
51 Wirsching, Nick 230 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*
51 Wright, Billy 162 5' 11" Billy attended the 2012 National Scholarship Camp in July and showed consistency with his snap velocity and ball rotation. He warmed up as camp went on and came out during the final segment and connected on both big ball snaps while averaging a snap time of .85 seconds. Billy will continue to improve his snap velocity as he gets stronger and utilizes more of his lower body in his mechanics. He runs well and will benefit most in a spread punt scheme. Billy also needs to become more consistent with his SS accuracy. PA
52 Matheson, Alex 265 6' 6" Alex attended the 2012 National Scholarship Camp in July and warmed up as the camp went on. Alex snaps the ball with good velocity but will benefit by increasing his accuracy on his LS. He performed well during the SS charting sessions by going 13/15. Alex snapped the ball well during the live segment of camp and is able to stay consistent when kicking right or left. He runs well for his size and will continue to increase his snap velocity by increasing his overall strength. Alex finished camp with an average snap time of .77 seconds. WI MN State University
53 Kranendonk, John 220 5' 9" At the 2012 December Southern Showcase Camp John scored on 8/15 snaps from 14 yards. He continues to utilize his lower body during his mechanics which helps with his snap velocity. John will improve his accuracy by focusing on getting his guide hand set before the snap and following through to the target. John snaps the ball with good rotation and consistent snap speed. During the 2012 Scholarship Camp John averaged a snap time of .74 seconds. John needs to continue to focus on his LS accuracy and needs to focus on taking his time. He recorded 14/15 SS during the Southern Showcase camp in December, 2011. John finished camp with an average LS time of .75 seconds. During the protection segment of camp, John was able to show that he had an explosive first step off the LOS and shows good efficient footwork on his kick set. John finished 3rd of all 2013 snappers. John was a participant at the 2012 Underclassmen Challenge. FL Jacksonville University*
(4.0 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
Bennett, Austin 185 5' 10" Austin is strong and explosive and maximizes his arm acceleration during the snap. He will benefit by improving the ball rotation and his lower body explosiveness during the snap to improve his overall velocity. He averaged a snap time of .81 seconds during the Southern Showcase Camp in December, 2011. Austin was able to snap the ball with good location during the protection phase of camp and gets good depth on his kick sets. He went 12/15 on his short snaps and provided consistent snap speed from snap to snap. GA
Carney, David 186 5' 11" David finished the 2012 Eastern Showcase Camp with an average snap time of .80 seconds and scored on 10/15 LS. He also connected on 13/15 short snaps and stayed consistent with his snap speed. He maintained good snap rotation throughout the day and will improve his velocity by increasing his lower body involvement. PA
Clawson, Tyler 230 5' 9" Tyler is a strong explosive snapper but can benefit from a few mechanical adjustments. His overall LS accuracy is good, but needs to improve his SS accuracy. Tyler has consistent snap speeds and averages a snap time of .82 seconds. He has good upper body strength but will benefit from improved foot quickness and greater hand acceleration through his snap. During the 2012 Midwest Showcase Event Tyler ran a 5.1 second 40 yard dash. MO
Corbett, Ty 170 5' 10" Ty finished the 2012 Southern Showcase Camp in December with an average snap time of .81 seconds and connected on 11/15 short snaps. He had his snap time best of .75 seconds on snap #12. Ty uses his lower body very well and has consistent rotation on his snaps and performed well during the agility phase of camp. AL
Fisher, William 210 6' O" Will attended the 2012 Texas Showcase Camp in December where he connected on 11/15 short snaps and put 4 snaps through the target. He has good snap rotation but will benefit from keeping his weight balanced and getting maximum extension towards his target. Will finished camp with an average snap time of .80 seconds. He snapped his way into the finals where he went 2/2 to win the competition. TN
HOLDEN, KYLE 160 6' 2" Kyle has continued to make improvements to his snap and it has been successful in decreasing his snap time. During the 2012 National Scholarship Camp Kyle finished with an average snap time of .77 seconds. He charted well during his first set as he went 4/5 with a snap time of .73 seconds. Kyle runs well and will benefit from a spread punt scheme at the college level. He ran a 4.8 second 40 yard dash at the 2012 Spring Showcase Camp in IL. Kyle has good short snap accuracy and connected on 9/10 snaps during the charting session of camp. WI St. Cloud State
Ingram, Andrew 180 6' O" Andrew has very good accuracy but needs to improve his snap velocity. At the Texas Showcase event, Andrew finished 14/15 targets hit or made on LS and finished with an average .88 second snap time. He needs to improve his foot quickness and keeping square to the LOS during protection of left and right "A" gaps. Andrew was the competition for the camp. AR
LANGHAM, BURKE 160 5' 10" Burke attended the 2012 National Scholarship Camp in July and showed good consistency on both long and short snaps. After starting off a little slow, Burke connected on 9/10 snaps during sessions 2 and 3 while putting 5 through the target. He finished camp with an average snap time of .79 seconds and can decrease his snap time with added hip explosion and continued strength gains. Burke runs very well and is very athletic. He will benefit from a spread punt scheme which will utilize his 4.8 speed. AL
Lawlor, P.J. 240 6' 5" PJ has great size and long levers that will benefit him with his snap velocity. During the 2012 National scholarship Camp in July PJ averaged a snap time of .78 seconds. He needs to improve his SS accuracy and be more consistent with his ball rotation and footwork. PJ connected on 8/10 during his first 2 sessions with a personal best snap time of .75 seconds. MO
McDonald, Heath 239 6' 1" Heath has good potential and good size. He snaps the ball with good velocity averaging a snap time of .78 seconds. Heath's SS accuracy is good and he stays consistent with his snap speed. He will benefit with a few minor adjustments to his technique which can be ironed out with repetition. During the protection segment, Heath did a nice job of staying accurate to the target and had an explosive takeoff from the LOS. GA
McKeen, Colin 180 6' O" Colin has good levers and will benefit by maximizing both lower body and upper body explosion. During the Western Showcase Camp in December, 2011, Colin connected on his first 8 snaps. He registered 8/10 points in his first set with an average snap time of .80 seconds. Colin gets good depth on his kick set and his location during the protection part of camp was right on. During the snap competition, Colin stepped up and competed very well. OR
Medlock, Sam 190 6' O" Sam attended the 2012 Southern Showcase Camp in December where he averaged a snap time of .73 seconds and connected on 4 of his last five snaps. He gets good lower body extension and quick feet during protection drills. Sam had a snap time best of .69 seconds which came on snap #8. FL
Odegard, Emmett 210 5' 11" Emmett is a motivated snapper with great potential. He will benefit from improving his overall LS accuracy. Emmett is very accurate with his short snaps and snap a consistent ball. He finished camp with an average snap time of .80 seconds. Emmett has good overall snap mechanics with smooth ball rotation. CT
Ohnesorge, Jacob 230 6' 3" Jacob is a great looking athlete with long levers. He is a strong and explosive snapper with great snap velocity. During the 2011 December Midwest Showcase Camp, Jacob had an average snap time of .71 seconds with his best of the day recorded at .68. Jacob has good ball rotation and stays consistent with his snap speed on both his long and short snaps. An area of improvement should be focused on overall accuracy, but he has very big potential. WI
Pericht, Josh 220 6' O" Josh will benefit by increasing bend in his knees to gain more explosive power in his hips. His average snap time was .73 seconds during the 2012 Midwest Showcase Camp in May. Josh needs to improve both his long and short snap accuracy while concentrating on getting full extension to his target. He has good ball rotation and performed well during the footwork segment of camp. IL
Roselli, Vincent 185 6' 2" Great frame with the potential to be a very good long snapper. Needs to utilize his long arms by extending them out front to produce greater acceleration on his snap. Vincent also needs to involve his lower body by being more explosive. Overall accuracy is good, but needs to improve his snap speed. NJ
Sieg, Trent 237 6' 4" Trent attended the 2012 Scholarship Camp in July and snapped the ball with great velocity. He finished camp with a .73 second average snap time with his camp best of .68 seconds. Trent has good SS accuracy and will benefit by improving his overall LS accuracy. Trent needs to focus on getting extension to his target which will ensure greater consistency from snap to snap. Trent snapped the ball well during the live segment of camp. Trent has a great frame, runs well and has very good overall strength. CO
Stack , Creighton 178 6' 2" During the 2012 Texas Showcase Event in December Creighton stayed consistent during the drill work segment of camp and gets good depth on his kick set and stays accurate with his snap location. His short snaps will become more accurate with consistent snap velocity and his long snaps will become more accurate with improvement on his follow through and extension towards the snap target. Creighton attended the 2012 National Scholarship Camp in July where he showed good short snap accuracy by going 12/15. He will benefit by becoming more accurate with his LS and becoming stronger in both upper and lower body. By increasing his hip explosion and arm acceleration, Creighton will increase his overall snap velocity. He finished camp with a .84 second snap time. CO
Stroebel, Trevor 193 6' 3" During the 2012 National Scholarship Camp Trevor continued to snap the ball with good velocity as he finished the two day camp with an average snap time of .74 seconds. Trevor snapped the ball well during the live portion of camp and also stays consistent during protection drills. Trevor has a great frame at 6'4" 225 lbs. with outstanding potential. He uses his entire body during the snap to produce a well rotated ball with good velocity. Trevor will benefit from improving his overall accuracy on both his long and short snaps. He finished camp with an average snap time of .75 seconds from 14 yards. WI Georgia Tech*
VanDyk, Aaron 220 6' 8" Aaron has great size but will benefit by increasing his overall strength. During the 2012 National Scholarship Camp Aaron snapped the ball with good velocity as he averaged .78 seconds. He needs to improve his SS accuracy and focus on hand pressure as many of his snaps missed to the right. Aaron's best set came during session 2 when he hit 4/5 targets and he also connected on one of his big ball snaps. IA
Warrington, Austin 195 6' 2" Austin attended the 2012 National Scholarship Camp in July and showed great accuracy with his SS snaps as he recorded 15/15 during his 3 charted sessions. Austin will benefit by focusing on his extension towards the target and maximizing his hip explosion with his snap mechanics. Austin finished with an average snap time of .81 seconds. During the protection segment of camp Austin stayed consistent with his snap accuracy and provided good ball rotation. TN
wheeler, colton 220 6' 2" Colton has good snap velocity but needs to work on his accuracy. His average snap time was .72 seconds. His accuracy will improve as he continues to practice and perform increased reps to balance out his snap and guide had pressure. Colton improved during the drill work phase of the 2012 Southern Showcase Event in May. Colton will benefit from a pro-style punt scheme and will need to improve his overall foot quickness. GA
(3.5 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
Bauer, Joseph 200 5' 11" Joe snaps the ball with good velocity but will benefit by expanding his mechanics to provide more explosive snaps. He finished the 2012 Scholarship Camp in July with an average snap time of .80 seconds. He needs to become more accurate with his SS and also with his LS. Has good upper body strength. KS
Carpin, Chuck 225 6' 2" Chuck has a good frame and will benefit from strength and speed gains. His overall long snap accuracy is good as he hit 14/15 targets at the 2012 Texas Showcase Event in April. His ball rotation and snap location is solid on his short snaps but needs to continue to work to produce consistent ball rotation on the LS. Chuck can improve his snap velocity by being quicker with his snap mechanics. TX
Chesney, Jake 180 5' 10" Improve both LS and SS accuracy. Good baseline as far as technique but needs to get stronger. PA
Fagan, Tyler 222 6' 2" Tyler attended the 2012 Western Showcase Camp in December where he averaged a snap time of .79 seconds. He has good size with long levers and is explosive with his mechanics. His accuracy will improve with consistent rotation on his snaps which will also help increase his velocity. CA Wheaton University
Kassel, Brett 225 5' 11" Brett is motivated to learn and get better at his craft. He needs to improve his overall accuracy on both LS and SS. There are a few adjustments that will help Brett become a better snapper and also help maximize his potential. He averages a .79 second snap time which will improve as his rotation gets cleaner. Brett has quick feet which help in his ability to kick set into protection. CA
Leos, Fabian 240 Choose' 6" Fabian is a solid snapper and has potential to be good. His overall long snap accuracy is good as 8 of his last 10 snaps hit the target. He averaged a snap time of .83 seconds at the 2012 Western Showcase Event in April. Fabian needs to improve his straight ahead speed and will benefit from a pro-style scheme. NV
Medrano, Matt 255 6' 4" Matt attended the 2012 Scholarship Camp in July where he finished camp with an average snap time of .84 seconds. Matt needs to improve his overall accuracy with both LS and SS. He gets good depth on his kick sets and has great size as a prospect for the next level. KS
Miller, Dan 265 6' 1" Dan attended the 2012 National Scholarship Camp and performed very well during the SS charting sessions as he went 15/15. He needs to improve his LS accuracy and increase his snap velocity. He has good upper body strength but needs to improve his straight ahead foot speed. MI
Morgan, Dylan 190 5' 11" Short snap accuracy is solid but can improve LS accuracy. Snapping will improve with strength gains and continued repitition. Focus on accelerating hands through snap to maximize ball velocity. GA
Papenfuhs, Ryan 210 6' O" Ryan attended the 2012 Scholarship Camp where he finished with a .82 average snap time and had his best snaps during session 2 where he connected on all 5 snaps where 3 of the 5 went through the target. He needs to become more accurate on his short snaps and also stay more consistent with his LS accuracy. Has good straight away speed and has good overall strength. OR
Rubino, Michael 240 6' 3" Michael has a great frame and runs well as he clocked in at a 5.1 second 40 yard dash. He will benefit from a few adjustments to his technique starting with transferring his weight back on his heels. Michael needs to be more explosive with his lower body which will help increase his snap velocity. He averaged a snap time of .83 seconds at the 2012 Midwest Showcase Event. IL
Sellers, Caleb 270 6' 4" Caleb competed at the 2013 TX SC Event in April where he showed confidence as the day progressed. He snapped well to the live targets during drill work and is explosive with his mechanics. During the snap competition leading up to the finals Caleb snapped well going 3/6 and 3/5 and finished camp with an average snap time of .83 seconds. TX Lindenwood University
Turner, Blake 160 6' O" Long levers that need to be maximized. Needs to improve overall accuracy on both LS and SS. Will benefit from strength gains and maximizing accerleration with hands through the entire snap. GA
Wirsching, Jake 185 6' 2" Good overall snap mechanics. Will benefit from getting stronger and using his lower body during the snap. Will be able to decrease snap time with continued repition and hand acceleration. Long levers which will work to his benefit as mechanics continue to improve. WI
Woolery, Christian 220 5' 11" Christian attended the 2012 Spring Showcase event in CA in April where he averaged a snap time of .81 seconds from 14 yards. He will benefit from increasing his accuracy on both his long and short snaps. Christian is consistent with his snap velocity and had his best snap time coming on snap #12 of 15 when he registered .78 seconds. NV
(3.0 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
Becker, Garret 150 5' 11" Needs to improve overall strength. Has pretty good SS accuracy but needs to improve LS accuracy. Making adjustments to his snap mechanics will help him improve accuracy and velocity with both long and short snaps. FL
Crussel, Seth 210 6' 2" Seth needs to improve his overall long snap and short snap accuracy. He has good lower body extension and will benefit by being more aggressive with his arm swing which will also help improve his ball rotation. He gets good depth on his kick and has an explosive 1st and 2nd step off the LOS. IN
Freeman, John 255 6' 3" John needs to continue to work on technique and body control. He will benefit from keeping his weight balanced during and after the snap which will also help him with his accuracy. John did get good depth on his kick sets during the protection segment of camp. GA
Freeman, John 255 6' 3" John can become a good snapper but will need to make adjustments to his technique to better his overall accuracy on both his long and short snaps. He needs to keep his weight balanced and get his upper body through his snap. John averaged a snap time of .85 seconds at the 2012 Southern Showcase Event in May. John does a nice job in getting depth on his kick sets and will benefit from a pro-style scheme. GA
Knapp, Logan 175 5' 11" Needs to trust his technique. Follow through to the target. Make adjustments. WI
Shuma, David 210 5' 10" Needs to improve strength and overall accuracy. Has a good starting base and through continued training and drill work has good potential. WI
Smith, Matthew 144 5' 8" Matt attended the 2013 December Southern SC where he averaged a snap time of .90 seconds from 14 yards. Matt has good follow through upon snap competition but will benefit by improving his accuracy on both LS and SS. TX
Smith, Matthew 144 5' 8" Matt attended the 2013 Southern SC in December where he had an average snap time of .90 seconds. He will benefit by improving his overall accuracy on both long and short snaps. TX
Stokesbary, Tyler 150 5' 8" Needs to improve overall accuracy and velocity. This will happen with improved strength of both lower and upper body. Hard worker and very coach able. IA

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