1. Clayton Stancil

    Clayton Stancil

    Height: 6" 1' | Weight: 220lbs

    Class of 2020 | SC

    Long Snapper Rating:

    • #48

      Ranked Long Snapper

Kohl's Comments

Stancil attended the Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp and showed glimpses of his true potential. He finished the charting portion of camp with an average snap time of .69 seconds. Stancil has a great frame and snaps with true power and velocity. He is a solid athlete who will see his snapping reach the next level as he controls his mechanics and follow through.

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Athlete Bio

I am a Senior at Northwood Academy in Summerville, SC. Football has been the main sport in my life since the 6th grade. I have played baseball, as well as, football during my school years. I enjoy the competition in football, but most of all I enjoy being a part of a team and working with others for a common goal. I am fortunate that I have a family and friends that support my ambition to play ball at the next level. I am in the off season now and am getting back to the gym, focusing on my grades and looking forward to what future holds for me.

Awards & Honors

  • 2017 All Region SCISA Long Snapper
  • 2018 All Region SCISA Defensive End
  • Varsity football 9th-12th
  • 2019 All Region SCISA Defensive End
  • 2019 North-South SCISA All Star Defensive End/Long Snapper

Academics

  • GPA: 3.004

Camp Results

2019 National Scholarship Camp Results

Snapping by Rank

May 19, 2019 Southern Spring Showcase

DateCamp
03/24/2019Columbia, SC - 1 Day Training Camp

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