1. Brady Hodges

    Brady Hodges

    Height: 6" 1' | Weight: 180lbs

    Class of 2021 | TN

    Punter Rating:

    • #30

      Ranked Punter

Kohl's Comments

Hodges recently competed at the 2019 Southern Winter Showcase and performed so well, he was invited to the 2020 Underclassman Challenge. Hodges possesses excellent leg speed and is confident in his technique and leg power. He has excellent hands and is a very coordinated punter. He has powerful hips and he generates excellent leg strength into his contact. He scored roll-out points in both charting sessions and moves well in space with the ball. Hodges competed at the 2019 National Scholarship Camp. He was impressive throughout the event and carried himself well. His coordination is excellent and he has good command of his body. He caught the ball well and was able to use his leg speed and levers to hit some impressive punts. He scored points in the roll-out portion of camp and was able to chart a big ball of 46 yards with 4.36 seconds of hang time.

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Awards & Honors

  • 2018 All Region 1-6A team
  • 2018 All-PrepXtra Team
  • 2019 All Region 1-6A team


    Camp Results


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    December 21, 2019 Southern Winter Showcase

    2019 National Scholarship Camp Results

    06/10/2019Nashville, TN - 1 Day Training Camp


    Distance: 48.00 yards – Hang time: 4.27
    Distance: 42.00 yards – Hang time: 3.18
    Distance: 32.00 yards – Hang time: 3.01
    Average Distance: 40.67 yards  |  Average Hang Time: 3.49 seconds

    Weekly Game Stats

    2019 Season

    Field GoalsExtra PointsPuntsKickoffsSnaps
    Game Date FGM/FGAFGD XPM/XPA#Avg.Inside 20#TBsSS/SA
    Aug 300/00/05342000/0

    Season Stats

    Field GoalsExtra PointsPuntsKickoffsSnaps
    Season FGM/FGA XPM/XPA#Avg.Inside 20#TBsSS/SA

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