1. Colton Carmichael

    Colton Carmichael

    Height: 6" 2' | Weight: 225lbs

    Class of 2022 | OH

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    Kohl's Comments

    Carmichael attended the June 2020 Showcase in Cleveland and showed great improvement since last seeing him at an exposure event. Carmichael scored on 10 of his 17 long snap attempts, showing strong rotation in his snaps. Carmichael made some great strides in the training portion, realizing he has a lot more power in his snaps. He will notice a quick drop in his snap times by continued work on his flexibility allowing for a deeper follow through, improving his snap speed and consistency. Carmichael has a great work ethic and has continued to refine his mechanics. His hard work was put on display during the Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp. He finished with the 4th highest overall charting score for the 2022 class. Carmichael scored on 8 of his 12 long snaps and will continue to get better as he gets older and makes gains in the weight room.

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    • GPA: 3.9

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    2019 National Scholarship Camp Results

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    May 12, 2019 Midwest Spring Showcase

    06/29/2020Cleveland, OH - 1 Day Training Camp
    06/12/2020Cleveland, OH - Regional Showcase Event (Small Groups)
    02/15/2020Massillon, OH - 2 Day Training Camp
    07/08/2019Cleveland, OH - 1 Day Training Camp
    04/27/2019Toledo, OH - 1 Day Training Camp
    02/16/2019Massillon, OH - 2 Day Training Camp

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    1st Set Average Snap Time: 0.84 seconds

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