1. Peyton Woodring

    Peyton Woodring

    Height: 5" 10' | Weight: 165lbs

    Class of 2023 | LA

    Kicker Rating:

    • #15

      Ranked Kicker

Kohl's Comments

Woodring recently attended multiple Kohl’s ranking events in the winter of 2021. His "A" ball on kick offs of 74 yards with 3.81 seconds of hang time was one of the biggest hits we saw all winter in the 2023 class. He is someone to keep on eye on because he has the talent required to be dominant. Woodring attended the Midwest Winter Showcase and a June 2020 Showcase. He showed solid ball striking in the charting and drill work portion of camp on field goals. He scored 5 points in the field goal portion and was also able to chart a 92 on his KO's. He can continue to increase his command of his "A" ball on field goals. Woodring moved into the 4.0 star range in June of 2020.

Awards & Honors

  • 2019 Second Team All-District
  • 2020 First Team All-District
  • 2020 First Team All-Acadiana
  • 2020 Second Team All-State

Academics

  • GPA: 4.0

Camp Results

2021 FUTURE STARS

December 20, 2020 Texas Winter Showcase

2020 REGIONAL SHOWCASE (SMALL GROUP)

December 14, 2019 Midwest Winter Showcase

DateCamp
06/09/2020Baton Rouge, LA - Regional Showcase Event (Small Groups)

Kickoffs

Distance: 54.00 yards – Hang time: 3.47
Distance: 54.00 yards – Hang time: 3.75
Distance: 50.00 yards – Hang time: 3.32
Average Distance: 52.67 yards  |  Average Hang Time: 3.51 seconds

Weekly Game Stats

Weekly stats for Peyton are unavailable at this time.

Season Stats

Field GoalsExtra PointsPuntsKickoffsSnaps
Season FGM/FGA XPM/XPA#Avg.Inside 20#TBsSS/SA
20203/539/4100045110/0

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