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College Transfer Rankings

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Kickers

RankNameStateClassEvaluationCommitments

5-Star

1

Brown, Tanner

CA

2018

Brown had an outstanding showing at the 2020 Senior Challenge. He has superior leg speed and excellent coordination. He is a combo prospect who has D1 ability in all three areas. He flashed the most potential in his kickoffs and punts but he has the ability to kick field goals at the Power 5 level.

2

Thiele, Estin

FL

2018

Thiele had a strong showing at the 2020 National Senior Challenge. He was outstanding on field goals and created excellent lift on his kicks. He flashed excellent leg speed in the kickoff and punting portions of well and can step onto a college roster and compete immedialty for playing time.

3

Laramie, Mason

IL

2017

Laramie recently competed at the 2020 National Senior Challenge. He possesses a fast leg and has tremendous range and power in his field goals. He creates excellent lift on his kicks and he has as much range as anyone in the transfer class. He charted well on kickoffs and flashes big time ability on both disciplines.

4

Leo, Thomas

FL

2018

Leo has an excellent frame and fast levers. He competed well at the 2020 National Senior Challenge. He's consistent with his drop and sits back well on his punts creating excellent hang time and command of his leg swing. He will be a kickoff/Punter at his new school.

5

Evitts, Dawson

PA

2018

Evitts competed well at the 2020 National Senior Challenge. He has fantastic cooridnation and is smooth on his kickoff approach. He has tremendous consisteny in his approach and he kicks with confidence on his kickoffs. He commands his body well and displayed high level field goal ability at the event as well.

6

Foug, Tyler

CA

2019

Foug recently attended a Kohl's camp and he is an impressive young specialist with very impressive leg strength. He hit a 74 yard 3.87 second hang time kickoff which showed that he is ready to compete at the next level. Foug also did well during the field goal charting with 9 points. He should be someone who will be able to play at the next level because he has the tools required to be dominant.

7

Shipley, Michael

TX

2018

Shipley recently attended the 2019 Kohl's texas Showcase Camp in December. He has a smooth, natural athletic motion on both his kickoff and field goals which allows him to perform under pressure situations. Shipley is an accurate kicker with the talent to compete for a starting position at the Division 1 level.

4.5-Star

8

Fenelon, Sean

ND

2018

Fenelon has a quick leg and is skilled in his ball striking. He has a solid frame and uses his hips well to get up and through the ball. He is athletic and has good His tempo on kickoffs is excellent and he commands his rotation well. He can drive the ball with excellent direction and he also has the ability to create excellent hang time. Fenelon is a mature kicking prospect who has game experience and would be a welcome addition to a good team.

9

Donnachie, Joshua

PA

2019

Donnachie recently attended a Kohl's camp and showed some impressive moments at camp. His drill work was solid and he had some impressive hits during the drill work. Donnachie has a good athletic frame which allows him to do some good things as a specialist.

4-Star

10

Willis, Logan

CO

2014

Willis competed at the 2020 National Senior Challenge. He was solid in the drill work portion of camp on field goals and displayed a quick leg thoughout the event. He has good coordination and commands his body well through contact.

Punters


RankNameStateClassEvaluationCommitments
5-Star

1

Goettie, Taylor

GA

2017

Goettie had one of the more impressive charting sessions that we have seen from a transfer at a Kohl’s camp. He averaged 56+ yards with 4.6 seconds of hang time over the 8 punts. Goettie was also able to hit the roll-out punt with great accuracy and power. He is ready to play at a Power 5 school and he should be someone highly recruited this summer.

2

Brown, Tanner

CA

2018

Brown had an outstanding showing at the 2020 Senior Challenge. He has superior leg speed and excellent coordination. He is a combo prospect who has D1 ability in all three areas. He flashed the most potential in his kickoffs and punts but he has the ability to kick field goals at the Power 5 level.

4.5-Star

3

Thiele, Estin

FL

2018

Thiele had a strong showing at the 2020 National Senior Challenge. He was outstanding on field goals and created excellent lift on his kicks. He flashed excellent leg speed in the kickoff and punting portions of well and can step onto a college roster and compete immedialty for playing time.

4

Leo, Thomas

FL

2018

Leo has an excellent frame and fast levers. He competed well at the 2020 National Senior Challenge. He's consistent with his drop and sits back well on his punts creating excellent hang time and command of his leg swing. He will be a kickoff/Punter at his new school.

5

Perlicki, Bruno

CT

2018

Perlicki had another strong outing at the 2020 National Senior Challenge. He has long levers and powerful hips and he has developed into a very talented punting prospect. He catches the ball well and is consitent with his steps. He hits directionally on punting well and has the ability to command different drops in his short field punts.

6

Brown, Jakob

IA

2019

Brown showed great flashes at the Texas Showcase Camp. His ball-striking showed great flashes as he booted a long punt of 52 yards. His drillwork session showed potential in front of coaches, and he has a great frame to maximize his potential.

Long Snappers

RankNameStateClassEvaluationCommitments

5-Star

1

Royer, Gunnar

PA

2017

Royer is arguably the best athlete to every come through the Kohl’s Snapping Program. He recently attended the Kohl’s Senior Challenge and stole the show. He snaps with extreme power and showed this during the charting portion of camp by having an average snap time of .64 seconds but was always on target with clean rotation. Royer ran an impressive 4.5 second 40 yard dash to go along with his great size. Royer graduates in May with one year of eligibility and will be able to start for any program in the country.

4.5-Star

2

Coulson, Bryce

AZ

2017

Coulson recently attended the Kohl’s Senior Challenge and displayed the ability to snap a great football. He was around the target throughout the day with clean rotation and great velocity. During the charting portion of camp, Coulson had an average snap time of .69 seconds. He has great size and the ability to block and hold his own. Coulson will graduate in May and will 2 years of eligibility.

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