1. Aidan Cirulli

    Aidan Cirulli

    Height: 5" 11' | Weight: 168lbs

    Class of 2021 | PA

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    Committed: St. Francis University

    Kohl's Comments

    Cirulli recently competed at the 2020 Kohl's National Scholarship Camp. He showed impressive improvement in his punting technique and ability. He showed well in field goals (11 points) and kickoffs but his strength at the event was his punting. He hit several punts over 4.3 seconds and hit a big ball of 44 yards with 4.54 seconds of hang time. He moved well in space and was able to score points in the rollout portion of camp. Cirulli attended the 2020 June Showcase Camp in Philadelphia. He was sound in his field goal striking and was able to score 8 points in the charting.


      Ranking Camp Results

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      Training Camp Results

      06/24/2020Baltimore, MD - 1 Day Training Camp
      06/09/2020Philadelphia, PA - Regional Showcase Event (Small Groups)

      Weekly Game Stats

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      Season Stats

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