1. Nathan Raney

    Nathan Raney

    Height: 5" 10' | Weight: 165lbs

    Class of 2019 | VA

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    Kohl's Comments

    Raney’s most recent Kohl’s camp was the Winter Showcase Camp in December of 2017. He has solid rhythm and seems to be able to repeat his motion with solid consistency on kick off's. With some refinement Raney will see significant changes in his ball striking and accuracy. With continued improvement in his consistency he should be a good prospect. Raney had a solid showing at the 2017 National Scholarship Camp. He has made significant improvement in his field goal technique and it showed by him scoring 23 made kicks. He also charted multiple 65 yard kickoffs and showed improvement in his punting ability as well.

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    Athlete Bio

    I am currently a junior at Hickory High School in Chesapeake, VA. I handle all of the kicking and punting responsibilities for my team. We are not the strongest team in the area so the majority of my high light tape involves punting but it also highlights my athleticism from making a touch down saving tackle to picking up a botched snap and running 20 yards for a first down. The majority of the kick offs are placed pooch kicks but when the situation dictates I have no problem putting it in the end zone. I am very hard working and have a strong sense of team. I pride myself on what I am able to contribute to the success of my team and the strong work ethic I display.


    • High School: Hickory High School
    • GPA: 3.5

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    Dec 3, 2017 Eastern Winter Showcase


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