1. Mitchell Harralson

    Mitchell Harralson

    Height: 6" 4' | Weight: 180lbs

    Class of 2019 | KY

    Long Snapper Rating:

    • #13

      Ranked Long Snapper

    Offers: Austin Peay

Committed: Western Kentucky*

Kohl's Comments

Harralson has a solid frame and is explosive with his snapping motion. He showed great velocity and control during the charting portion of the Kohl’s Southern Showcase. He scored on 9 of his charted long snaps with an average snap time of .67 seconds. Harralson is a special talent who still has room to grow and develop. He is a prospect that can play at any program in the country and make an impact.

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Awards & Honors

  • 4.42 Weighted GPA
  • 2017 Kohls All American Honorable Mention
  • 3 year Letterman - Varsity Football - Freshman, Sophomore, Junior
  • 2018 Kohls Underclassmen Challenge Athlete
  • 2017 Kohls Future Stars Competition Finalist
  • 2017 University of Kentucky Camp Finalist
  • 2017 Western Kentucky University Camp Finalist
  • 2017 (Junior Season) 100% of all Varsity Long & Short Snaps - 13 Games
  • 2017 (Junior Season) Starting Defensive Lineman - Varsity - 13 Games
  • 2016 (Sophomore Season) 100% of all Varsity Long & Short Snaps - 13 Games
  • 2015 (Freshman Season) 100% of all Varsity Short Snaps - 13 Games

Academics

  • GPA: 3.8
  • ACT: 27

Camp Results

May 20, 2018 Southern Spring Showcase

2018 UNDERCLASSMAN CHALLENGE

Dec 9, 2017 Midwest Winter Showcase

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DateCamp
10/29/2017Nashville, TN Fall Assessment Event
04/22/20171-Day Training Camp - Nashville, TN

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2017 Season

Field GoalsExtra PointsPuntsKickoffsSnaps
Game Date FGM/FGAFGD XPM/XPA#Avg.Inside 20#TBsSS/SA
Sep 20/00/00000012/12

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