1. W. Mason Helsel IV

    W. Mason Helsel IV

    Height: 6" 3' | Weight: 240lbs

    Class of 2018 | OH

    Long Snapper Rating:

    Kohl's Comments

    Helsel was a recent participant at the Kohl's National Scholarship Camp. He has a large frame and a ton of potential. He had an average snap time of .72 seconds and will gain by staying more consistent with his mechanics.

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    Athlete Bio

    My name is Mason Helsel. I am in my Junior year at Gahanna Lincoln High School in Ohio. My Junior year I was captain on JV and started at long snapper on Varsity, as well as rotated in at left and right tackle. I have played a multitude of sports throughout my life, I have played volleyball, baseball, basketball, lacrosse, football, wrestling, soccer, and fencing. Despite playing all of those sports, football is my favorite and I have found my passion is at long snapping. I have the aspirations of long snapping at the college level that will give me the best opportunity for my life ahead.


    • High School: Gahanna Lincoln High School
    • GPA: 2.80
    • ACT: 27
    • SAT: 1280

    Camp Results

    04/29/20171-Day Training Camp - Toledo, OH


    Midwest Showcase Camp - Chicago, IL - May 14, 2017 RESULTS
    Toledo, OH - 1 Day Training Camp - April 29, 2017
    Massillon, OH - 2 Day Training Camp - February 25-26, 2017 RESULTS
    Indianapolis, IN - 1 Day Training Camp - July 9, 2016 RESULTS


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