1. Matthew Kling

    Matthew Kling

    Height: 6" 1' | Weight: 175lbs

    Class of 2021 | OH

    Kicker Rating:

    Kohl's Comments

    Kling recently competed at the Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp in July of 2020. His "A" ball on kick offs of 67 yards with 3.72 seconds of hang time showed us that he is ready to compete at the college level. Kling attended his first Kohl's ranking camp in June of 2020 and graded out at the 4.5 star level. He made 7 FG's and had a KO score of 101.03 in June of 2020. Kling shows good coordination and should be able to be a very productive high school player with a very high chance to play in college.


      Camp Results


      06/12/2020Cleveland, OH - Regional Showcase Event (Small Groups)
      11/03/2019Pittsburgh, PA Fall Assessment
      02/24/2018Massillon, OH - 2-Day Training Camp



      Distance: 65.00 yards – Hang time: 3.22
      Distance: 60.00 yards – Hang time: 3.23
      Distance: 49.00 yards – Hang time: 3.36
      Distance: 42.00 yards – Hang time: 1.83
      Average Distance: 54.00 yards  |  Average Hang Time: 2.91 seconds


      Distance: 44.00 yards – Hang time: 2.79
      Distance: 38.00 yards – Hang time: 2.62
      Distance: 33.00 yards – Hang time: 1.85
      Average Distance: 38.33 yards  |  Average Hang Time: 2.42 seconds

      Weekly Game Stats

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