1. Noah Botsford

    Height: 6" 3' | Weight: 200lbs

    Class of 2021 | FL

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      Offers: Airforce, Army, Fordham, Morehead State*

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    Botsford recently attended the Kohl's Senior Challenge in the winter of 2021. He earned a 4.5 star rating in both kicking and punting with multiple good hits at the event. He had multiple 69+ yard kick offs and showed that his "A" ball on punts is alongside the top prospects in his class of 2021. The "A" ball of 50 yards with 4.6+ seconds of hang time allowed us to see that he is ready to compete at the college level.

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    Starting Punter/Kicker from Saint Thomas Aquinas HS in Ft. Lauderdale Florida. 2 year varsity starter, 2x FHSAA 7A State Champion, 1x Geico National Bowl Series Champion, 12x Max Preps Special Teams Player of the game. 2019 State Championship Special Teams Player of the Game. Rated 5 Star Kicker/Punter from Kornblue Kicking ranked #5 nationally as a punter and #11 nationally as a kicker. Longest FG in a game is 52 yards. 2019 100% for PATs. 2020 season: Punts: 39.5 Yard Punt Average. Longest Punt 53 Yards, 11 punts inside 20 yd line, 4 punts inside 10 yd line. Kickoffs: 23 Touchbacks, 63.2 Yard Kickoff Avg, Longest KO 75 Yards. FGS: 2/3, XPT/PAT 13/14

    Academics

    • GPA: 4.0
    • SAT: 1230

    Camp Results

    2021 SR. CHALLENGE/TRANSFER EVENT

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