1. 2022 National long snapper Ratings

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.

Kohl's sees more athletes than anyone else in America at our 135 events.

There will be over 300 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.

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* Designates preferred walk-on status
RankNameStateCoach ObservationsCommitted
Greenwood, Parker GA
Greenwood has great size for his age and is dripping with potential. He recently attended the Kohl’s Southern Showcase and had glimmers of his true capabilities. As he focuses on the details of his snapping motion, he will see his velocity and consistency improve.
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Greenwood has great size for his age and is dripping with potential. He recently attended the Kohl’s Southern Showcase and had glimmers of his true capabilities. As he focuses on the details of his snapping motion, he will see his velocity and consistency improve.
    Lee, Rex TX
    Lee displayed impressive fundamentals at the Kohl’s Texas Showcase. During the charting portion of camp, he scored on 9 of his 12 long snaps. Not only did he score well, but he also finished with an average snap time of .74 seconds. Lee will get better has he gets older and develops physically. He
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    Lee displayed impressive fundamentals at the Kohl’s Texas Showcase. During the charting portion of camp, he scored on 9 of his 12 long snaps. Not only did he score well, but he also finished with an average snap time of .74 seconds. Lee will get better has he gets older and develops physically. He has the tools to continue developing into one the best snappers in the country.

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