1. Bryce Leighton

    Bryce Leighton

    Height: 6" 3' | Weight: 175lbs

    Class of 2020 | WA

    Kicker Rating:

    Punter Rating:

    • #84

      Ranked Kicker

    • #4

      Ranked Punter

Kohl's Comments

Leighton recently attended the 2019 Kohl's UnderClassman Challenge. He was one of the more impressive punters at camp. He will be someone to keep an eye on in the 2020 recruiting class because he has the talent required to compete at the next level. Leighton attended the 2018 Western Showcase Camp. He has one of the strongest legs in the 2020 class. He can continue to work on commanding his "A" ball in punting. He flashed his ability by hitting some 4.7+ second punts but needs to control his drop to improve some of miss hits. He also scored 7 points in the field goal charting and was able to connect on a big ball of 65 yards with 4.02 seconds of hang time. Leighton earned an invite to the Kohl’s Underclassman Event in January of 2018 after a great performance during the 2017 December Showcase Series. He had a great performance at camp and his punting ability was impressive with a 60 yard 4.52 second hang time punt.

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Academics

  • GPA: 3.99
  • SAT: 1450

Camp Results

DateCamp

2019 UNDERCLASSMAN CHALLENGE

December 9, 2018 Western Winter Showcase

2018 UNDERCLASSMAN CHALLENGE

Dec 10, 2017 Western Winter Showcase

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