1. Cade Tjaden

    Cade Tjaden

    Height: 6" 2' | Weight: 155lbs

    Class of 2020 | IA

    Kicker Rating:

    Kohl's Comments

    Tjaden recently attended the 2018 Midwest Winter Showcase. He competed well during the drill work portion where he was able to show refinement in his technique and clean ball striking. During the charting portion of camp he scored 7 points in the field goal charting. He was also able to chart a 55 yard 3.14 second big ball on kickoffs at camp. Continued focus on increasing his explosive strength and plant and pull during kickoffs should help improve his kickoffs to the level that his field goals are currently at.

    Awards & Honors

    • Waukee HS Football - Special Teams MVP (2018)
    • Kohl's Kicking - National Player of the Week (10/26/2018)
    • 2018 Iowa Preps (Rivals) - Class of 2020 Kicker of the Year


    • GPA: 3.85
    • ACT: 22

    Camp Results

    10/21/2018Des Moines, IA (Ames) Fall Assessment Event

    December 8, 2018 Midwest Winter Showcase



    Distance: 61.00 yards – Hang time: 3.54
    Distance: 61.00 yards – Hang time: 3.19
    Distance: 56.00 yards – Hang time: 2.94
    Distance: 52.00 yards – Hang time: 2.41
    Average Distance: 57.50 yards  |  Average Hang Time: 3.02 seconds

    Weekly Game Stats

    2018 Season

    Field GoalsExtra PointsPuntsKickoffsSnaps
    Game Date FGM/FGAFGD XPM/XPA#Avg.Inside 20#TBsSS/SA
    Aug 240/02/2000000/0
    Aug 310/03/3000000/0
    Sep 70/03/4000000/0
    Sep 140/13/3000000/0
    Sep 210/09/9000000/0
    Sep 280/13/3000000/0
    Oct 50/06/6000000/0
    Oct 120/06/6000000/0
    Oct 191/1 45
    Oct 260/06/6000000/0
    Nov 20/01/1000000/0

    Season Stats

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

    From The Blog

    Recruiting Blog: Are Junior Days Worth It?

    With colleges finishing up signing their 2019 class, their recruiting efforts are now focused on the juniors (c/o 2020). The competition for collegiate athletics continues to increase year after year, which places more stress on high school athletes and parents to do all the “right things” to increase those potential opportunities...

    Continue reading...

    Blog Archive

    From Twitter