1. Talent Recap: Midwest Showcase

    2017 National Winter Showcase Tour

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Posted December 15, 2017 | Bret

2017 Midwest Winter Showcase Recap

VIEW>> FULL CHARTING RESULTS: MIDWEST SHOWCASE

Top Performers

The Midwest Showcase featured nearly 200 kickers, punters, and long snappers from 23 different states across the Midwest and beyond. The best truly stepped up to show where they belong in the recruiting landscape.

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Transfer kicker Caleb Quick had an outstanding showing at the Midwest Showcase. Quick made 9-of-10 field goals, won the kickoff competition, and also won the field goal competition.

Class of 2019 kicker Evan Morris, from Michigan, won the kickoff charting phase with a score of 118.5. He showed the strongest leg at camp.

2019 kicker Jack Knight, from the state of Indiana, made a total of 10-out-of-10 charted kicks on field goals, and was the only kicker to hit all field goal attempts at the Midwest Showcase. Knight had an outstanding day.

Athletes Cross Holmes, Devin Ogle, and Quentin Wallace also made 9-of-10 field goals during the charting phase of camp.

Nick Williams, a 2018 kicker from Missouri, finished second in the charting phase on kickoffs with a score of 105.8.

Kicker Victor Ponterio, a 2018 kicker from Wisconsin, finished third in the kickoff charting session with a score of 105.6.

Class of 2019 prospects George Eberle, Noah Grant, and Alex Bales finished first, second, and third during the punt charting phase at camp.

Mason Schwerzler, a 2018 punter from Minnesota, also had an outstanding day winning the punt competition, and finishing in the top 5 of punt charting. Schwerzler was one of the most impressive punters during the afternoon drill evaluation stage.

2020 long snapper Alex Peitsch had an outstanding day winning the snap competition, and finishing with 55.5 points during charting. He ranked second in the camp charts.

Jack Halper, 2018 long snapper from Illinois, won the snap charting phase of camp with 56 points.

2018 long snapper Brady Weas from Wisconsin finished third in the snap charting phase with 50 points.

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