1. Blake Beasley

    Blake Beasley

    Height: 6" 3' | Weight: 285lbs

    Class of 2019 | NC

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    Kohl's Comments

    Beasley has continued to impress with the amount of improvements he has made since the Scholarship Camp. He started out strong during the Kohl’s Southern Showcase and showed his ability to snap a quality football. Throughout the day he was consistent on location as well as rotation.

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    Athlete Bio


    • Lacrosee

    Starting Right Tackle Varsity in 10th grade and longsnapper.

    Active in youth group.

    Member of Fallen Heroes Ministry to remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for God and country. Minister to family members left behind.

    Member of Student Council and FCA.

    Member of Key Club

    Volunteering summer 2017 at Resource Warehouse - Supporting Safe Harbor Rescue Mission for battered women

    Volunteered summer of 2016 at the Catawba County Humane Society

    Awards & Honors

    • Class Rank 24th out of 309. Top 8% of class. Honor and AP classes. BETA club
    • BETA club


    • High School: St. Stephens High School

    Camp Results


    Southern Showcase Camp - Atlanta, GA - May 21, 2017 RESULTS
    National Underclassman Challenge - Orlando, FL - Dec 30-31, 2016RESULTS
    Southern Showcase Camp - Atlanta, GA - December 18, 2016 RESULTS
    National Invitational Scholarship Camp - (America's Largest Camp) - July 23-24, 2016 RESULTS
    Charlotte, NC - 1 Day Training Camp - June 20, 2016 RESULTS

    Dec 17, 2017 Southern Winter Showcase

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    Talent Recap: Texas Showcase

    The state of Texas brought out many of the best kickers, punters, and long snappers during the 2017 National Showcase Tour. Watch highlights as Coach Jamie Kohl recaps top talent from the Texas Showcase.

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