1. Player Profile Database

    Largest Searched Database for Specialists

Kick

Be a part of the most searched database by college coaches for kicking, punting, and long snapping prospects. College and coaches know our program well and use our website extensively in evaluating kicking, punting, and long snapping talent.

As a widely respected name across college and pro football, coaches trust our staff and rankings. Our opinions carry more weight to a coach searching for prospects than any paid recruiter. The Kohl's program is not a "recruiting service" paid to endorse any specific athlete. We lead camps across America and report what we see at no cost to college coaches.

We want to make it easier for athletes to showcase themselves to college coaches with an online resume that features an in-depth look at their Kohl's performances, game highlights, and even more at a reasonable price. Our profiles are an online resume that allows each athlete to update their own profile by using their login and password. Athletes are able to send their own personal profile out to hundreds of college coaches by copying and pasting the link in their recruiting emails.

Interested in a Player Profile?

Purchase a Kohl's player profile to use in recruiting when signing up for a showcase or a training camp.

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Profile Subscription Renewal

If your yearly profile subscription has expired, you can renew it here for a reduced price to reactivate your profile. If you have never had a profile please see our basic, advanced, and premium options.

Basic Player Profile

  • Enable your profile page
  • Enter awards and honors
  • Display GPA, ACT, SAT
  • Event video displayed
  • More..

Advanced Player Profile

  • All Basic options PLUS..
  • Post Hudl Video on Profile
  • HS Highlight Films (max 3)
  • Own Photo Uploads (max 3)
  • More..

Premium Player Profile

  • Never renew again
  • New video every event
  • Unlimited game film upload
  • Unlimited photo upload
  • More..

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