1. Nate Ahlers

    Nate Ahlers

    Height: 6" 0' | Weight: 170lbs

    Class of 2020 | IL

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    Kohl's Comments

    Ahlers has attended previous camps with the most recent being the National Scholarship Camp in July of 2018. He continues to show that he has the leg strength to compete at the next level. He works hard during the off-season and is showing that he is willing to put in the work required to become a great specialist. Ahlers competed at the 2018 Midwest Spring Showcase Camp. He showed well during the drill work portion of both kicking and punting at camp. His leg strength has gotten better but continuing to focus on clean rotation and controlling ball flight should help his field goal accuracy. Ahlers attended the Winter Showcase Camp in December of 2017. He has shown great improvement over the past 12 months. The ball jumps off his foot well and he has good natural power.

    Awards & Honors

    • 1st Team All-Conference Junior Punter
    • 2nd Team All-Conference Junior Cornerback
    • Honorable Mention All-Area Junior Cornerback
    • Sophomore State Track 4x200 Medalist
    • Freshman Math State Medalist


    • GPA: 4.39
    • ACT: 32

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