1. Luke Elkin

    Luke Elkin

    Height: 6" 1' | Weight: 190lbs

    Class of 2021 | WI

    Long Snapper Rating:

    • #9

      Ranked Long Snapper

Kohl's Comments

Elkin is a special kind of talent within this 2021 class, he brings the explosiveness, athleticism and size that make him a prospect to keep an eye on. Elkin performed great at the Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp scoring on 9 out of 12 long snaps and posted an impressive .66 second average snap time. Elkin also won the speed gun competition by snapping the ball 38 MPH.

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Athlete Bio

My goal is to be a college football player and to play at the highest level as my talent allows me. I strive to be the best I can be on a daily basis in all aspects of life. I have earned 2 Varsity Letters in each of the following sports Football, Hockey and Baseball. I take pride in playing 3 Varsity Sports as a Freshman and a Sophomore and still able to earn a 3.75 GPA. #BBT

Awards & Honors

  • 3 Year Varsity Long Snapper and 3 Year Letter Winner
  • 2nd Team All-Conference Safety (Sophomore Year & JR Year)
  • Most Improved Back (Sophomore Year)
  • 2 year Letter Winner in Hockey
  • 2nd Team All Conference Defenseman in Hockey
  • 1st Team All State Tournament Team Defenseman
  • Blockshot Award in Hockey (64)
  • Assistant Captain in Hockey and Elected Captain for Junior Year
  • 2 year Letter Winner in Baseball
  • 2nd Team All Conference Catcher


  • GPA: 3.75

Camp Results

2019 National Scholarship Camp Results

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May 12, 2019 Midwest Spring Showcase

07/06/2019Milwaukee, WI - 2 Day Training Camp

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