1. Matheus  Araujo

    Matheus Araujo

    Height: 6" 0' | Weight: 230lbs

    Class of 2019 | GA

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      Offers: Culver-Stockton, St. Francis

    Kohl's Comments

    Araujo recently competed at the 2019 Senior Challenge. He made 4 made field goals in the charting portion and was able to chart a big ball of 68 yards with 3.17 seconds of hang time. Increasing his ability to keep his chest up through contact should allow him to maximize more of his leg speed and create better hang time and distance on his kickoffs. Araujo competed at the 2018 December Southern Showcase. He charted field goals at a high percentage and was able to shown the same solids refinement in his drill work. He creates great lift and commands his hips well through contact. Creating consistency of his plant and pull on kickoffs will help him get back to the confident kickoff guy he has been in previous camps.

    Academics

      Camp Results

      DateCamp

      2019 SENIOR CHALLENGE 

      December 16, 2018 Southern Winter Showcase

      2018 FUTURE STARS

      Dec 17, 2017 Southern Winter Showcase

      Weekly Game Stats

      2018 Season

      Field GoalsExtra PointsPuntsKickoffsSnaps
      Game Date FGM/FGAFGD XPM/XPA#Avg.Inside 20#TBsSS/SA
      Aug 170/06/6000000/0
      Aug 241/1 41
      7/7000520/0

      Season Stats

      Season stats for Matheus are unavailable at this time.

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