1. Wyatt Grantham

    Wyatt Grantham

    Height: 6" 0' | Weight: 140lbs

    Class of 2021 | SC

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    Kohl's Comments

    Grantham competed at the Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp in July of 2020. He had a solid overall camp and with continued refinement to his technique he will be ready for a big fall season. Grantham attended his first Kohl's ranking camp in June of 2020 and graded out at the 4.0 star level. He made 6 FG's and had a KO score of 79.2 in June of 2020. Grantham shows good coordination and should be able to be a very productive high school player with a chance to play in college.

    Awards & Honors

    • 6th Grade: January 2015 Amateur Historian of the Month
    • 7th Grade: March 2016 Regional Qualifier National History Day June 2016 Perfect Attendance
    • 8th Grade: 2017 Regional Qualifier Science Fair 2017 Regional Qualifier National History Day 2017 State Qualifier National History Day 2017 National Qualifier National History Day
    • 9th Grade: Academic Achievement
    • 10th Grade Awards: Academic Achievement Sophomore Year: special teams player of the week: 8/17/18 (7-7, first game), 9/12/18( 4-4, final score 28-27), 9/21/18 (7-7 1-1 10 points), 10/19/18( 5-5 1-1 final score 38-35 winning field goal), 11/9/18 (6-6)
    • 11th Grade: Academic Achievement Junior Year: 8/24(1-1 1-1 game winning field goal final score 17-14), 10/4 (4-4 1-1 put team up 2 scores), 10/25 ( 1-1 1-1 put team up by 7 late in the game)
    • 12th Grade- 4 star kicker and have been invited to the national invitational scholarship camp

    Academics

    • GPA: 4.25
    • SAT: 900

    Camp Results

    2020 NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP CAMP RESULTS

    2020 REGIONAL SHOWCASE (SMALL GROUP)

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