1. Joey Fortner

    Joey Fortner

    Height: 6" 2' | Weight: 205lbs

    Class of 2023 | IL

    Long Snapper Rating:

    Kohl's Comments

    Fortner attended the Kohl’s Future Stars Camp and showed great improvement. He scored on over half of his charted long snaps with an average snap time of .79 seconds. Fortner made great improvements during the drill work portion of camp and carried that with him through the rest of camp. He has continued to refine his mechanics and will see his snapping steadily improve as he maintains focus on the details of his snapping motion.

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    Athlete Bio

    Joey Fortner (2023)

    6'2", 205

    Marist High School

    Chicago, IL


    • GPA: 5.2

    Camp Results


    December 20, 2020 Texas Winter Showcase


    06/05/2020Peoria, IL - Regional Showcase Event (Small Groups)
    02/01/2020Kimberly, WI - 1 Day Training Camp
    10/27/2019Chicago, IL Fall Assessment
    04/29/2018Chicago, IL - 1 Day Training Camp
    04/30/20171-Day Training Camp - Chicago, IL

    Long Snaps

    3rd Set Average Snap Time: 0.00 seconds

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    Long Snaps

    1st Set Average Snap Time: 0.77 seconds

    2nd Set Average Snap Time: 0.78 seconds

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