1. Ian Harris

    Ian Harris

    Height: 5" 8' | Weight: 150lbs

    Class of 2022 | SC

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    Kohl's Comments

    Harris recently competed at the Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp in July of 2020. He showed us that he has the leg talent to complete with athletes ranked ahead of him. He hit multiple 65+ yard kick offs and had his best charting session on field goals with 7 made out of 10 hits. This upcoming year will be key for him to continue to grow and develop into a college ready combo speicliast.

    Awards & Honors

    • All region Kicker
    • Top Offensive player In game

    Academics

    • GPA: 4.35

    Camp Results

    2020 NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP CAMP RESULTS

    DateCamp
    06/22/2020Charlotte, NC - 1 Day Training Camp

    Kickoffs

    Distance: 63.00 yards – Hang time: 3.43
    Distance: 62.00 yards – Hang time: 3.62
    Distance: 59.00 yards – Hang time: 3.59
    Average Distance: 61.33 yards  |  Average Hang Time: 3.55 seconds

    Punts

    Distance: 39.00 yards – Hang time: 4.31
    Distance: 38.00 yards – Hang time: 3.87
    Distance: 36.00 yards – Hang time: 4.12
    Average Distance: 37.67 yards  |  Average Hang Time: 4.10 seconds

    Weekly Game Stats

    Weekly stats for Ian are unavailable at this time.

    Season Stats

    Field GoalsExtra PointsPuntsKickoffsSnaps
    Season FGM/FGA XPM/XPA#Avg.Inside 20#TBsSS/SA
    20190/00/0000000/0

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