2018 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
1 Zellers, Slater 215 6' 1" Time and time again, Zellers shows why he is the best snapper in the country. The ball snaps off his hands with great rotation and is consistently on target. At the Underclassmen Challenge and the Winter Western Showcase, Zellers averaged a snap time of .67 seconds during the charting session. At the Underclassmen Challenge, he won both of the snapping competitions and was consistent all weekend long. Zellers is a dominant snapper in the 2018 class and will make an immediate impact at the next level. AZ
2 Turner, Noah 235 6' O" Turner was the most dominant snapper during the 2016 Winter Showcase Series. Out of all the snappers to attend a Winter Showcase, Turner was the only snapper to put 10 of 10 charted snaps through the target. Not only did he have a perfect score on charting, but he also averaged a .67 second snap time. He capped off the Southern Showcase by winning the final Snapping Competition with a .67 second snap. Im excited to see what the future has in store for Turner because he is one of the best talents in the country. NC
3 Mader, Justin 220 6' 1" Justin once again showed at the National Scholarship Camp why he should be considered for the top snapper in the 2018 class. He scored on 11 of his 12 long snaps and put 9 of them through the target with an average snap time of .71 seconds. During the Spring Texas Showcase he scored on 11 of his 12 long snaps with an average snap time of .69 seconds. He finished with the 3rd best overall score for all snappers that attended a Spring Showcase Event. Justin consistently displays strong fundamentals and will make an impact at the next level. TX
4 Neal, Treysen 205 5' 9" Neal once again was the top chart at the Midwest Showcase. He showed impressive consistency by putting 10 of his 12 snaps through the target. His phenomenal charting session earned him the third best overall score for the 2018 class for the entire 2016 Winter Showcase Series. During the Spring Midwest Showcase, Neal not only dominated the charting portion of camp but he finished out strong by winning the final snapping competition. MO
5 Long, Cade 196 6' O" Long had a great day at the Winter Texas Showcase and followed it up with a strong showing at the Underclassmen Challenge. He finished out both camps with an average snap time of .69 seconds and also won the final snapping competition during the Winter Texas Showcase. Long is very consistent and showed great ball rotation during the Underclassmen Challenge. He finished with one of the top overall charts during the Underclassmen Challenge and continues to develop into one of the nations best snappers. TN
(4.5 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
6 Walker, Payne 225 6' 2" Walker attended the Winter Southern Showcase Kohl's and put his talent on display. He snapped a clean ball all day long and averaged a .68 second snap time during the charting portion of camp. Walker also attended the Underclassmen Challenge and scored on 10 of his 12 snaps while putting 7 of those snaps through the target. Walker has great size and even better athleticism. He has one of the highest ceilings in the 2018 class due to his size and his abilities as a snapper and athlete. He is explosive and also a dominant position player. GA
7 Rosenberry, James 210 6' O" Rosenberry attended the Winter Eastern Showcase and was the best snapper in attendance. He also recently competed at the Underclassmen Challenge and finished with the third highest overall score in the charting phase of camp. Throughout the entire day, his ball never wavered and was right on target. During the live portion of both camps, Rosenberry snapped one of the cleanest and most consistent footballs. He has a ton of potential and will continue to develop into one of the best snappers in the country. OH
8 Hadley, Jack 280 6' 3" Hadley attended the Winter Eastern Showcase as well as the Underclassmen Challenge and showed at both camps why he is one of the best snappers in the country. Hadley has great size and moves extremely well for someone with his size frame. He is very explosive for his size and also very smooth with his mechanics. He averaged a .69 second snap time during the Underclassmen Challenge and was also one of the most impressive snappers during the live portion of camp. He thrives under pressure and is a guy that will be able to make an impact for any team at the collegiate level. NJ
9 Halper, Jack 180 6' O" Halper has established himself as one of the best snappers in the country time and time again. His snapping mechanics never vary and his snap is one of the most consistent and repeatable snaps in the 2018 class. Halper snapped well during the live portion of camp and consistently provided an easy snap to handle. During the charting session he averaged a .7 second snap time and had clean rotation all day. IL
10 Knoespel, Brendan 210 6' O" Knoespel continues to impress at every Kohl's Camp he attends. He had his strongest showing yet at the Underclassmen Challenge by scoring on 11 of his 12 long snaps. During day 2 of the Underclassmen Challenge, he put 5 of 5 long snaps through the target and had an average snap time of .71 seconds. He is one of the most coachable kids in the 2018 class and will only continue to develop into an elite snapper. TX
11 Hinders, Ross 195 5' 11" Hinders attended the Winter Midwest Showcase and the Underclassmen Challenge and snapped well during both events. He snaps an extremely smooth ball that is very easy to handle. At both camps, he showed his talent during the live portion of camp by providing a smooth snap with clean rotation. Hinders is very athletic and showed this during the Underclassmen Challenge by running a 4.43 second pro agility and jumping 8 feet 8 inches in the broad jump. IA
12 Malinowski, Joey 240 6' 1" Malinowski has one of the cleanest and smoothest snaps in the 2018 class. He has repeatable mechanics and puts the ball on the hip consistently. He finished out the charting session with an average snap time of .71 seconds. Malinowski is a rock solid talent that will only get better. IL
13 McInerney, Patrick 205 6' 2" McInerney recently attended the Winter Texas Showcase and had a dominant day. His charting session involved him scoring on 11 of 12 snaps and putting 8 snaps through the target. McInerney snapped with great ball rotation and earned a spot in our final snapping competition. He has a great frame and is also very athletic. McInerney has a ton of potential and will continue to grow and develop as a snapper. AZ
14 Albini, Geno 200 5' 11" Albini recently attended the Winter Texas Showcase and had solid day of snapping. He finished the charting session by putting 7 snaps through the target as well as averaging .74 second snap time. Albini snapped well during the live portion and also ran very well during the athleticism aspect of camp. During the athleticism portion of camp, Albini had two broad jumps over 8 feet. TX
15 Gaines III, Ronald 260 6' 5" Gaines had a strong outing at the Winter Midwest Showcase and the Underclassmen Challenge. During the Winter Midwest Showcase, he finished with one of the top 10 charts for the entire Showcase series. During the charting session, Gaines put 5 of his snaps through the target and earned himself a spot in the final competition. During the Underclassmen Challenge, he showed his talent once again by averaging a .72 second snap time. Gaines has great velocity and location but needs to continue to focus on ball rotation. IL
16 Hatcher, Broughton 250 6' 5" Hatcher is an exciting prospect with arguably more potential than anyone in the 2018 class. He has a monster frame and is extremely athletic. He snaps with an explosive and aggressive movement which is why is was able to average a .68 second snap time throughout the Underclassmen Challenge. With continued refinement to his snapping motion, he has the chance to be one of the best snappers in the country. SC
17 Grayson, Luke 205 6' 2" Grayson had a great showing at the Underclassmen Challenge by finishing the day with an average snap time of .71 seconds. He also showed great accuracy by being around the target all day and putting 5 of his 9 scoring snaps through the target. Grayson also showed great athleticism during camp by jumping well over 8 feet in the broad jump. His strong athleticism and snapping ability make him a great prospect for the 2018 class. MO
18 Tilque, Joshua 175 6' O" Tilque finally had the camp we have all been waiting for. During the Future Stars event, he snapped the best football during camp and was able to do it time and time again. He was the overall chart as well as winning all three of the competition with a .68 second snap time or better. He snapped with great velocity and showed strong athleticism all day. Tilque finally realized his potential and stayed relaxed during his setup. He also wowed the coaches with how dominant his snapping was during the live portion of camp. NC
19 Bammann, Blake 260 6' 2" Blake continues to show why he is one of the best snappers in the 2018 class. He is an exciting prospect due to his 6,2 and 270 pound frame and snapping ability. He scored on 10 of 12 snaps during and had an averaged snap time of .75 seconds. Blake was one of the finalists during the underclassmen competition during the Nation Scholarship Camp. Blake showed good ball rotation but will benefit from being more explosive and consistent with his shorts snaps. OH
20 Lefton, Parker 240 6' 1" At the Spring Southern Showcase, Parker snapped very well. During the Southern Showcase and the Underclassmen Challenge, Lefton finished with an average snap time of .73 seconds. Lefton showed great ball rotation and was around the target the entire camp. With continued focus on foot speed and explosiveness, Lefton will be able to compete at the next level. GA
21 Petrucci, Kyle 240 6' 5" Petrucci is by far one the largest snappers in the 2018 class. He has a massive frame and smooth mechanics. He snapped well during the Winter Western Showcase and concluded the camp by winning the final snapping competition. Petrucci will benefit from gaining more strength and explosiveness to accompany his height. CA
22 DUNAGAN, PAYTON 235 6' 2" Dunagan was a recent participant at the Winter Southern Showcase and snapped well during the charting session of camp. He scored on 7 of his 10 snaps and finished with a .69 second snap time. Dunagan will benefit from not rushing his mechanics and taking his time. When he doesn't rush, his snaps are smoother and have clean rotation. GA
23 Hinson, Ty 275 6' 1" Ty has a great frame at 6,0 and 270 pounds to go along with his snapping ability. At the 2016 Scholarship camp he had his best showing to date. He scored on 11 of his 12 long snaps and 9 of his 10 shorts snaps. he finished 3rd overall for the 2018 class at the Scholarship Camp. Ty will benefit from using his physical strength in his snapping motion and gaining in his flexibility. GA
24 Moore, Michael 170 6' O" Moore had another great day of snapping at the Southern Showcase. He snapped with clean rotation and also scored on 9 of his 10 long snaps with 8 of those going through the target. Moore has a ton of potential and with gaining weight and size, he can be a top snapper in the 2018 class. AL
25 Quattlebaum, Jacob 230 6' 1" Quattlebaum had his best Kohl's camp yet at the Southern Showcase. He participated in the Winter Southern Showcase and snapped very well. He finished the day by scoring on 8 of his 10 long snaps and having an average snap time of .71 seconds. Quattlebaum has made major improvements to his velocity and rotation and I'm excited to see how much he can continue to develop. AL
26 Kaiser, Ryan 215 6' 1" Kaiser snapped very well at the Winter Midwest Showcase as well as the Underclassmen Challenge. During the charting session of the Midwest Showcase he scored on his last 8 long snaps and also scored on 9 of his 12 long snaps during the Underclassmen Challenge. During the Underclassmen challenge he finished with an average snap time of .69 seconds and snapped a clean spiral. Kaiser will benefit from finishing his follow through with both hands and utilizing his size to his advantage. WI
27 Tibbetts, Nick 225 6' 2" Tibbetts had a strong performance during every aspect of the Winter Eastern Showcase and Underclassmen Challenge. He finished both camps with an average snap time of .73 seconds during both camps and also earned a spot in the final snapping competition during the Eastern Showcase. For his size, Tibbetts runs extremely well. His best time in the pro agility was 4.48 seconds and he also jumped 8' in the broad jump. With some more refinement to his mechanics, Tibbetts has all the tools the be a great snapper. CT
28 Dunphy, Jack 200 5' 10" During the Winter Southern Showcase, Dunphy showed arguably the most improvement out of anyone who attended the Showcase Series. He started out the day putting his first 5 snaps through the target with a .7 second average snap time. Dunphy followed up his great camp at the Southern with a top 5 finish at the Underclassmen Challenge. With increased athleticism and foot speed, Dunphy has the potential to be an elite snapper. AL
(4.0 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
Abeln, Mitchell 229 6' O" Abeln recently attended the Winter Midwest Showcase in Chicago. During the live portion of camp, he showed good rotation and provided a smooth snap. During the charting portion of camp, he score on 6 of his 12 snaps and put 4 of those through the target. MO
Ashley, Blake 205 6' O" Ashley had a strong showing at the Southern Showcase. He scored on 7 of his 10 long snaps and put 2 of those through the target. Continuing to focus on his follow through and finishing his snapping motion will help him develop. VA
Bird, Steven 220 5' 10" Bird is one of the most consistent overall snappers in the 2018 class. He received a .82 second snap time on almost all of his snaps and also scored on 9 out of 12 snaps. Bird even put 7 of those 9 snaps through the target. He has great ball rotation and consistent location but will benefit from strength gains and being more explosive through his snapping motion. AZ
Casasante, Jac 165 6' O" Jac displayed his abilities as a snapper and athlete at the 2015 Western Showcase. He is one of the most exciting prospects of the 2018 class. Jac scored on 5 of his 12 long snaps with an average snap time of .78 seconds. Jac is a raw snapper and with continued coaching, he can take his snapping to the next level. At 6',0" Jac is very athletic, he ran a 4.5 second shuttle as well as having a 9',1" broad jump. Jac is explosive and is an athlete to keep an eye on for the future. CA
Childers, Justin 220 6' 4" During the Winter Texas Showcase, Childers showed a lot of potential. He scored on half of his snaps during the charting session and also showed extremely well in the athleticism portion of camp. He has a great frame to go along with his quick feet. Childers ran a 4.4 in the pro agility and also jumped 8',5" in the broad jump. TX
Cuomo, Anthony 175 5' 11" Cuomo showed his potential during the live portion of the Winter Eastern Showcase and the charting portion of the Underclassmen Challenge. Throughout the live portion of the Eastern Showcase, he provided the punters with a smooth snap that was easy to handle. During the Underclassmen Challenge, he scored on 10 of his 12 snaps and average a .75 second snap time. Cuomo has solid ball rotation but needs to gain in size and strength in order to increase velocity. PA
Deckers, Evan 253 6' 3" Deckers participated recently in the Eastern Showcase. He scored on 4 of his long snaps during the charting portion of camp. The most impressive aspect of Deckers is his athleticism. He has a big frame already and also ran a 4.67 in the pro agility. If he can continue to develop as a snapper, he has a ton of upside based on his size and footwork. CT
Deckers, Evan 253 6' 3" During the Winter Eastern Showcase, Deckers showed to be one of the more athletic snappers in the 2018 class. He has a great frame and also ran a 4.67 second pro agility drill. He will benefit from using more of his athleticism in his snapping motion. If he can get his snapping motion dialed in, he can be a special talent. CT
DeRosier, Charles 227 6' O" During the Western Showcase, DeRosier scored on 11 of his 12 long snaps and put 5 of them through the target. He struggled with his short snaps but will benefit from keeping his mechanics consistent. DeRosier snaps a smooth ball with a clean spiral. CA
Fisher, Jack R. 180 5' 11" Fisher had a strong day of charting at the Winter Texas Showcase. He scored on 9 of his first 10 long snaps. To go along with his 5 makes, he averaged a .83 second snap time. With continued focus on driving his hips and his hands towards the punter, he can continue to develop as a quality snapper. TX
Fryer, Cole 235 5' 10" Fryer showed smooth mechanics at the Winter Eastern Showcase as well as the 2016 National Scholarship Camp. During the Scholarship Camp, he put 6 snaps through the target and scored on both of his pressure snaps. During the Winter Showcase, he scored on 6 of his 12 snaps and put 2 of them through the target. PA
Gerrish, Will 150 5' 10" Throughout the entire Winter Texas Showcase camp, Gerrish snapped well. He showed great rotation during the charting portion of camp and snapped well enough to earn a spot in the final snapping competition. Gerrish will benefit from being explosive with his hips and driving the ball to his target. TX
Goerke, Robert 200 6' 1" Goerke had a very strong showing at the Winter Southern Showcase. He scored on 9 of his 10 long snaps and finished the charting session with an average snap time of .71 seconds. He showed good rotation all day and also had very smooth mechanics. If he can continue to get stronger overall, he will be one of the better snappers in the 2018 class. GA
Hicks, Griffin 170 6' 2" Hicks had his strongest showing yet at the Winter Southern Showcase. He finished the charting portion of camp scoring on 8 of 10 targets to go along with a .7 second average snap time. Hicks also snapped a clean football with smooth rotation. Hicks has come on as a strong snapper for the 2018 class and will be someone to keep an eye on. NC
Irwin, Will 182 5' 11" Irwin attended the Future Stars event and showed a very smooth and clean snap His snaps throughout the day had a very tight and clean rotation. During the live portion of camp, he put the ball on target and provided the punters with an easy snap to handle. Irwin has all the tools to be a very good snapper but will benefit from developing physically and being aggressive with his overall snapping motion. TN
James, Hunter 220 6' 1" James recently attended the Winter Eastern Showcase. He has a great frame with a lot of raw talent and was around the target the entire day. If he can smooth out his mechanics as well as finishing his follow through, James has the chance to become an excellent snapper. PA
Lasauskas, Josh 190 6' O" Throughout the entire Midwest Showcase, Lasauskas was around the target. He had great rotation and location during the charting portion of camp and earned a spot in the final snapping competition. He will benefit from smoother mechanics and being able to repeat the same snapping motion each time. NE
More, Joe 260 6' 5" More recently attended the Winter Midwest Showcase. He has a great frame with a ton of potential. During the charting and live portion of camp, he showed great snaps but also showed an inconsistency to maintain the same rotation and location. If he can continue to develop his consistency, he has the chance to become a high level snapper. TN
moyer, brendan 210 5' 9" During the Eastern Showcase, Moyer was able to put 5 of his 12 long snaps through the target. He also showed strong during the competition phase by being accurate but not meeting snap time requirements. He provides a clean easy to handle snap with consistent rotation. PA
Pikalow, Will 165 6' 1" Pikalow attended the Southern Showcase as well as the Underclassmen and snapped a solid football. He showed great velocity by averaging .73 seconds on his snaps throughout the day. He also displayed tight rotation during the charting and live portion of camp. With refinement to his pre snap technique he will be able to develop more consistency with his accuracy and consistency. FL
Pitkin, Drake 190 6' O" Pitkin recently attended the Southern Showcase and had his best camp yet. He put 5 snaps through the target and had an average snap time of .72 seconds. Pitkin snapped a clean ball all day and showed confidence while he snapped. He provided a smooth and catchable snap during the live portion of camp. Pitkin has the potential to be a very talented snapper if he continues to stay relaxed and finish his entire snapping motion. FL
Ratinho, Nicholas 205 6' 2" During the Winter Western Showcase, Ratinho was very talented as an athlete and a snapper. To go along with his great frame, he ran a 4.56 in the pro agility. During the charting segment of camp, he scored on 10 of his 12 long snaps. Ratinho has the size and ability to be a very talented snapper in the 2018 class. CA
Rech, Wyatt 215 6' 1" Rech snapped very well during the Winter Western Showcase. He finished the charting portion of camp by scoring on 9 of his 12 snaps and putting 5 of those through the target. He also was one of the few snappers to make both of the snap and release snaps. He has a great frame but continued work on quick feet will help him play at the next level. CA
Salemme , Andrew 205 6' 3" Andrew demonstrated his talents at the Scholarship Camp by scoring on 8 of his long snaps and putting 5 of those through the target. He is also extremely athletic and showed this by having two broad jumps of over 8 feet and running a 4.21 second pro agility. To go along with his size and athleticism, Andrew showed great velocity. WI
Schick, Sawyer 185 5' 11" At the Scholarship Camp, Sawyer showed great consistency and repeatable mechanics. Throughout camp, he had an average snap time of .75 seconds and also showed great location during the live portion of camp. Sawyer will benefit from more control on his short snaps and having the same repeatability as he does on his long snaps. WI
Stahl, Brenner 225 6' 3" During the Winer Texas Showcase, Stahl showed some great snaps but also had some snaps get away from him. He got into a rhythm during his second set of long snaps and scored on all 5 of his snaps. With being more consistent with his mechanics he will see his rotation continue to get tighter. TX
Tolar, Shaunn 215 5' 11" Tolar attended the 2017 Future Stars event and showed tons of potential. He has a solid frame and made major improvements throughout camp. He showed that he can snap with clean rotation but will benefit from continuing to develop physically. He is an exciting prospect in the 2018 class. GA
Vance, Ryder 165 6' 2" Vance showed potential throughout the entire Eastern Showcase. He struggled in charting but snapped well during the live portion of camp. His rotation continued to get better and showed a lot of potential with his frame. Weight gain and powering the hands through the motion will help him continue to develop into a next level snapper. UT
Vigliotti, C. Austin 185 5' 10" During the Eastern Showcase, Vigliotti showed signs of great talent. He showed his talent with the scoring snaps during charting. During charting he finished with an average of .72 seconds. He displayed his athleticism by running a 4.34 second pro agility as well as jumping over 8' in the broad jump. PA
Warren, Ryan 165 6' 1" Warren recently attended the Winter Western Showcase and had one of the stronger showings during camp. He snapped a smooth spiral that was easy for punters to handle. Warren did a great job of not only scoring on his snaps but he put 7 of his 8 scoring snaps through the target. Focusing on the weight room and becoming more explosive will help Warren be a great snapper. AZ
Webb, Jacob 175 5' 8" Webb had a great camp at his first Texas Showcase. He scored on 10 of his 12 snaps and finished with an average snap time of .84 seconds. He snapped with consistent mechanics and tight rotation. Getting bigger and continuing to focus on being explosive with your snapping motion will help with your overall snap. MO
Webb, Jacob 175 5' 8" Webb snapped and ran well at the Winter Texas Showcase. He finished the Showcase by scoring on 10 of his 12 long snaps. During the athletic portion of camp, he ran a 4.65 second pro agility. Focusing on hip drive and powering through his target will help him use his athleticism and become more consistent. MO
Willman, Tyler 245 6' 4" Tyler recently attended the 2016 National Scholarship Camp and competed well by scoring on 8 of 12 long snaps. Tyler is extremely athletic for his sized and demonstrated this by jumping 8',2" in the broad jump. With more consistent focus on finishing his follow through, Tyler can develop into a top level snapper. With his size and athleticism, Tyler is one of the most intriguing prospects in the 2018 class. IL
Wilson, Parker 135 5' 7" Wilson recently attended the Winter Texas Showcase and had a strong day of snapping. He scored on 10 of his 12 long snaps with an average snap time of .83 seconds. He had great ball rotation all day and will benefit from getting bigger and stronger. TX
Wissinger, Nicholas 225 5' 11" Nicholas attended the Underclassmen Challenge and snapped well throughout the live portion of camp. During the Spring Eastern Showcase, he scored on 9 of his 12 long snaps and put 6 of those snaps through the target. Nicholas also showed strong mechanics by scoring on 9 of his 10 short snaps. At the Spring Eastern Showcase, Nicholas displayed his talent by winning the final snapping competition. Nicholas is an exciting prospect but will need to continue to work on his consistency and ball rotation in order to take his snapping to the next level. MD
(3.5 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
Adams, Alex 182 6' 2" Adams showed consistency with his location at the Winter Texas Showcase. He has a great frame and with more refinement to his technique, Adams can be a talented snapper. He has all the tools to go along with his size. Being smooth and relaxing his hands will help with his rotation. TX
Auriemma, Anthony 260 6' 2" Anthony attended the Spring Eastern Showcase and most recently attended the National Scholarship Camp. He is one of the largest and most athletic snappers in the 2018 class. He is 6',2" and 245 pounds with good feet. During the athleticism portion of camp, Anthony jumped 7 and a half feet in the broad jump. During the charting portion of camp, he scored on half of his snaps averaging below a .74 second snap time. With continued development of his mechanics, Anthony can snap at the next level. NJ
Barnes, Jerry 158 5' 8" Jerry showed great improvement during the 2016 National Scholarship Camp. He scored on half of his long snaps and all but 2 short snaps. Jerry is very athletic and showed this during the athleticism portion of camp by jumping 8' in the broad jump. Jerry is explosive with his mechanics but will benefit from being more consistent with his overall motion. MO
Bernardine, Christopher 230 6' O" Chris finished the Spring Eastern Showcase with tremendous improvement from last year. Chris scored on half of his snaps and had an average snap time of .79 seconds. He also showed strength on short snaps by scoring on 7 of 10 snaps. Chris is a big athlete at 6,0 and 245 pounds. With continued development of his snapping and growth as an athlete, he can play at a high level. NY
Cahill, Kevin 190 6' 2" Kevin recently competed at the Spring Eastern Showcase. He had a strong camp by scoring on half of his long snaps and snapping well during the evaluation portion of camp. Kevin is very athletic and has a great physical frame. He is an exciting prospect with major upside because of his raw talent. With refinement to his technique and continued development of his athleticism, Kevin can snap at the next level. NJ
Console, Casey 210 5' 11" Console recently attended the Winter Texas Showcase. He showed good location and solid rotation during the evaluation portion of camp. During the charting portion, he struggled to find a rhythm but was also consistently around the target. Being more controlled with his hands and being explosive with his hips, will help him develop as a snapper. MO
East, Grant 222 6' O" East recently attended the Winter Eastern Showcase in Pittsburgh. He snapped well during the evaluation period of camp and also showed some quality snaps during charting. If East can be more consistent with his snapping motion he will improve dramatically. IN
Gleaton , Nicholas 230 6' O" Nicholas attended the Winter Southern Showcase and scored on 4 of his 10 long snaps. He displayed great athleticism and explosiveness during his snapping motion. By tightening down his ball rotation, it will help him with his location and snap times. FL
Gleespen, Andrew 200 5' 10" Gleespen attended his first ranking event this year at the Winter Eastern Showcase. He finished the day scoring on 5 of his 12 long snaps and also scoring well on the short snap target. Working on explosiveness and being aggressive, will help him develop as a snapper. OH
Jablonski, Matt 245 6' O" Jablonski recently attended the Winter Eastern Showcase. He did very well with the snap and release portion of camp, he put both of his snaps through the target. He struggled a bit with rotation during the charting portion of camp but snapped well during the live portion. PA
Lanser, Seth 160 6' O" Seth attended the 2015 Southern Showcase in December. He had a productive showing at the Southern Showcase and will only get better with increased focus on strength. Seth had good ball rotation but will benefit from focusing on repeating his mechanics and getting stronger over the off season. GA
Lilly, TJ 230 6' 3" During the 2016 Winter Showcase, Lilly started to get into a groove during his second set of long snaps. He scored on 4 of the 5 snaps and put 3 of those through the target. Lilly also scored well during the snap and release portion of camp. In order to develop as a snapper, he needs to be more explosive with his hips and more aggressive with is snapping motion. PA
Lock, Sam 220 5' 10" Lock competed recently at the Winter Eastern Showcase. He snapped well and scored on 6 of his 12 snaps during the charting session of camp. Lock had solid rotation and will benefit from being aggressive with his snapping motion and powering the ball through the target. NY
Long, Donald 268 6' O" Donald continues to develop as a snapper. He recently attended the National Scholarship Camp and show improvement on his ball rotation. Donald had a strong showing by scoring on 7 of his 12 long snaps during the 2016 Showcase Event. He showed strong fundamentals and a good foundation to build upon. With continued focus on consistent mechanics and building strength, Donald will continue to improve. MA
McIntyre, Nate 170 5' 9" Nate attended the Spring Eastern Showcase in New Jersey. He started out camp very strong by scoring on 4 of his 5 long snaps. He finished the day with a .79 second average snap time. Nate has good fundamentals and smooth mechanics. With strength gains and focus on keeping his mechanics consistent, he can continue to develop his craft. MD
Musgrove, Mason 195 6' 1" Mason recently attended the 2016 Scholarship Camp and snapped well during the live portion of camp. Mason will benefit from more focus on repeating his mechanics. LA
Picard, Stone 260 6' 1" Stone recently attended the 2016 National Scholarship Camp. During the camp, he scored on all but 2 of his short snaps. Stone will benefit from being more aggressive with his snapping motion and driving his hands through to his target. CO
Prevette, Keaton 225 6' O" Keaton is continuing to develop into a solid snapper. During the Scholarship Camp Keaton scored on half of his long snaps. Keaton has a large frame and smooth mechanics. Keaton can improve on his rotation and be more consistent with his mechanics. If he is able to make these adjustments, he can continue to get better. NC
Shible, Michael 170 5' 9" Shible attended the Southern Showcase and had some very good snaps. He was consistently around the target and was able to score on 5 of his 10 long snaps. Making sure to finish his follow through with extended hands will help him be more consistent with his mechanics. GA
Terry, Cal 265 6' 2" Terry recently participated in the Southern Showcase and snapped well during the long snap charting. If he can have more control of his release point an snapping motion, he will see his snapping improve. This will also help with his control on short snaps. Terry showed good explosiveness by finishing the day with an average snap time of .76 seconds. AL
Wilson, Lukas 225 6' 3" Wilson recently attended the Southern Showcase in Atlanta. He finished out charting strong by scoring on all 5 of his long snaps and having an average snap time of .94 seconds. Becoming more flexible and explosive with hips will help Wilson increase his velocity. He has solid fundamentals but needs more strength and development to take his snapping to the next level. TN
(3.0 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
Anderson, Peyton 245 6' 2" During the 2015 Winter Showcase in Atlanta, Peyton showed potential with is size and ability. He scored on 3 of his 12 snaps for an average snap time of .88. Peyton needs to utilize his size to his advantage and be more explosive during his snapping motion. Incorporating more of his lover body will benefit him greatly. FL
Apt, Joshua 215 6' 1" Joshua attending the 2015 Western Showcase in California. Joshua is a large individual with great potential as a snapper. With his size and strength Joshua can become a solid snapper with refinement to his mechanics and focusing on his follow through and driving towards his target. He finished the day scoring on 1 of his 12 long snaps with a .93 second snap time. CA
Chapman, Jack 228 6' 2" Jack attended the Western Showcase in December 2015. He scored on 4 of his 12 long snaps for an average snap time of .84 seconds. Jack had some struggles snapping to the target but picked himself up during the live evaluation portion of camp. He recently attended the 2016 Underclassman Challenge and scored on 4 of his 10 snaps for an average snap time of .89 seconds. Jack will benefit from focusing on repeating his technique each snap. He has a large frame and great potential to be a top level snapper. FL
Goulding, Charles 230 6' 4" Charlie attended his first Kohl's Showcase event at the Spring Midwest Showcase and made nice adjustments during the live portion of camp. Charlie has a big frame and would benefit by including this more with his snap and being more explosive. Once he's able to incorporate this with better location, Charlie has the tools to be a good snapper. IA
Janas, Brady 174 6' 2" Brady competed at the Spring Midwest Showcase and was one of the more athletic snappers in attendance. Brady also showed great consistency with short snaps hitting the target on 7 out of 10 attempts. If Brady were to control his body through the snap, extend his arms and move quicker with his hands, he would improve his snap time and accuracy. IL
Johnston , Ethan 175 5' 9" Ethan competed at the Spring Western Showcase and performed well during the charting session scoring on 7 of the 10 attempts. Ethan was one of the top snappers when it came to the athletic testing part of camp but would benefit by utilizing that athleticism during his snap to help his accuracy and velocity. NV
Metzger, Austin 170 6' 3" Austin competed in his first Kohl's showcase at the Spring Southern Showcase and showed some of the best athleticism out of the camp. Austin was consistent while charting short snaps and with improvement with velocity and ball rotation would see that consistency carry over to long snaps as well. NC
Miller, Jack 180 5' 11" During the 2015 Eastern Showcase in December 2015, Jack scored on 6 of his 12 snaps. He showed glimpses of consistency but will benefit greatly from focusing on repeating his fundamentals and finishing his follow through. Jacks ball rotation was also inconsistent on the account of his short extension towards his target. During camp, Jack focused on his extension and continued to get better during the live portion of camp. OH
Printz, Luke 175 6' 1" Luke competed at the 2015 Southern showcase where he finished with an average snap time of .89 seconds and will continue to benefit by becoming more consistent with his ball rotation. He tested out well in the pro agility with a time of 4.69 seconds. Luke also scored on his first 5 short snaps and 4 of his last 5 for a total of 7 out of a possible 15 pts. GA

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