Posted July 21, 2019 | Bret
With over 600 of the best kickers, punters, and long snappers from across America, the 2020 Under Armour All-America Game Selections were awarded at the 2019 Kohl's National Scholarship Camp.
After a long weekend of charting and competitions, Harrison Mevis was selected as a kicker for the game topping the camp with his field goal and kickoff performance combined.
Joshua Karty may have been the most epic of selections, after 5 of the top field goal kickers were put head-to-head in a field goal competition in front of 1,200 athletes and spectators. Karty kicked an astounding 67-yard field goal to solidify the spot. The Stanford commit is also known for kicking a 70-yard field goal at the Kohl's Underclassman Challenge.
Joshua Karty earns a spot with a 67-yard field goal
Punter Bryce Leighton earned the first spot in the Under Armour Under All-America Game as a punter with an outstanding performance throughout the event.
The second spot was earned by prospect Ryan Marks out of Utah, who came away with a win in the final punt competition among a group of top-performing punters.
Alex Peitsch and Jaden Green battled a handful of top long snappers in the final round of the long snapping competition. Both athletes snapped an on-target .67-second long snap in a tie, both earning a spot in the Under Armour All-America Game.
Alex Peitsch sets up to toss a .67 in the final long snap competition