1. Mason McKenzie

    Mason McKenzie

    Height: 5" 10' | Weight: 155lbs

    Class of 2022 | GA

    Long Snapper Rating:

    Kohl's Comments

    McKenzie recently competed at the Kohl’s Future Stars Camp and had a solid weekend of snapping. During the charting portion of camp, he was able to score on 9 of his 15 long snaps with an average snap time of .77 seconds. McKenzie is very athletic and has all the tools to be a great snapper. He will see his snapping continue to improve as he refines his mechanics and cleans up his ball rotation.

    Athlete Bio

    Mason is a junior at The Darlington School in Rome,GA. He has participated in Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Tennis & Varsity Track. Mason lettered in Football and Tennis as a freshman. Mason has taken honors and AP courses while at Darlington and currently has 93.8 average. Up through the 8th grade Mason attended Pepperell Schools in Floyd County, GA. He participated in Football, Basketball, Tennis & Track. During his 8th grade year he took three high school courses, 9th Grade Lit., Spanish 1 and Physical Science.

    Awards & Honors

    • Leadership Rome, GA 2020/2021
    • AP & Honors Classes

    Academics

      Camp Results

      January 2, 2021 Southern Winter Showcase

      DateCamp
      02/20/2021Atlanta, GA - 2 Day Training Camp
      02/17/2018Atlanta, GA - 2-Day Training Camp

      Weekly Game Stats

      Weekly stats for Mason are unavailable at this time.

      Season Stats

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