1. Patrick Ryan

    Patrick Ryan

    Height: 6" 2' | Weight: 200lbs

    Class of 2021 | NJ

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    Committed: Georgetown University

    Kohl's Comments

    Ryan had a nice showing at the 2020 Kohl's National Scholarship Camp and improved his national ranking for kicking. He charted 22 field goals during the event and averaged 102.04 on kickoffs with multiple kickoffs reaching 67 yards and even 70 yards. A notable punt from Ryan went 50 yards with 4.85 seconds of hang time. With continued work he'll learn to get his momentum through the football on kickoffs to gain even more distance and hang time. Ryan recently competed at the Kohl's National Underclassman Challenge in January of 2020. His "A" ball on punts of 50 yards with 4.62 seconds of hang time demonstrated that he has the talent to play at the next level. Ryan attended the 2019 Kohl's Winter Showcase camp in Pittsburgh, PA. He was very impressive with his ability to make field goals during the charting phase of camp by making 11 points. He is someone to keep an eye on over the next few months in the Class of 2021.

    Awards & Honors

    • Offer from Georgetown and Valparaiso.
    • First Team All Conference Kicker and Punter


    • GPA: 4.0

    Camp Results



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    December 7, 2019 Eastern Winter Showcase

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