1. Justin Iaccio

    Justin Iaccio

    Height: 6" 0' | Weight: 190lbs

    Class of 2019 | NJ

    Long Snapper Rating:

    • #56

      Ranked Long Snapper

Kohl's Comments

Iaccio has shown at multiple Kohl’s Snapping Camps that he has the potential to be one of the better snappers in the country. During the Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp, he snapped with power and velocity throughout the entire weekend. He ran a 4.82 second 40-yard dash and jumped almost 9 feet in the broad jump. As Iaccio continues to improve his rotation, he will continue to work his way up the rankings and solidify himself as a top prospect in the 2019 class.

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Athlete Bio

National Honors Society

Awards & Honors

  • 2017 Defensive play of the year, 2017 special teams play of the year, 2016 Special teams player of the year
  • 2017 national scholarship underclassman snapping champ
  • Eastern showcase competition finalist

Academics

  • GPA: 3.9
  • SAT: 1250

Camp Results

DateCamp
06/22/20171-Day Training Camp - Newark, NJ
06/21/2018Newark, NJ - 1 Day Training Camp

2018 NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP CAMP RESULTS

Snapping by Rank

2018 UNDERCLASSMAN CHALLENGE

2017 NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP CAMP RESULTS - July 22-23, 2017

 

Long Snaps

2nd Set Average Snap Time: 0.75 seconds

3rd Set Average Snap Time: 0.78 seconds


Long Snaps

1st Set Average Snap Time: 0.69 seconds

4th Set Average Snap Time: 0.71 seconds


Weekly Game Stats

2017 Season

Field GoalsExtra PointsPuntsKickoffsSnaps
Game Date FGM/FGAFGD XPM/XPA#Avg.Inside 20#TBsSS/SA
Sep 80/00/0000003/3
Oct 270/00/0000006/6
Nov 30/00/0000006/6
Nov 90/00/0000007/8
Nov 230/00/0000009/9

Season Stats

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