1. Blayne Munson

    Blayne Munson

    Height: 6" 3' | Weight: 180lbs

    Class of 2025 | AL

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    Punter Rating:

    Kohl's Comments

    Munson competed at the 2024 Kohl's Future Stars Camp in January. He scored 4 points on field goal charting and demonstrated smooth mechanics during drill work. Munson scored 93.95 points on kickoffs with a big ball of 60 yards with 3.64 seconds of hang time. Munson scored 91.62 points on punt charting with a big ball of 43 yards with 4.13 seconds of hang time. Munson has a nice "A" ball and continued efforts on technique refinement paired with work in the weight room will help Munson blossom into a nice combo prospect. Munson attended a Showcase Camp in the winter of 2023. He was able to earn a rating of 4.5-stars in kicking through his strong charts and drill work performance. He scored 10/15 points on field goals, 98.4 points on kick offs, and 96.1 points in punting. His biggest kick off was a 67 yard kick that had 3.38 seconds of hang-time. His best punt traveled 48 yards and had 3.83 seconds of hang-time. Munson also competed at the 2023 Kohl's National Scholarship Showcase. He ended up with 14 points on the field goals. During the kickoff charting he posted a big ball of 64 yards with a hang time of 3.52. During the punt charting, he had a majority of his balls being over the 35-yard mark. He has shown improvement with command of his "A" ball and was able to connect with a big ball of 47 yards and 4.06 seconds go hang time. His confidence with his punting technique has increased and he is close to grading out as a 4.0 punter. Munson also attended two 2023 Kohl's Spring Showcases. He graded out as a 4.5-star kicker and 3.5-star punter. He was able to produce some well struck footballs. He scored a big ball of 73 yards with 4.03 seconds of hang-time in Atlanta. He was able to score 6 points in the field goal charting.

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    Growing up adversity was a thing my family came to know well. Losing my father at a young age, my mom always had to work hard and money was never in abundance, but somehow, she always managed to keep us in busy and pushed us academically. She would say today that she kept us in sports so that we were too tired to misbehave. I have always known, though, that she would do anything in the world to make sure we were healthy, happy and pursuing our dreams.My older brother played soccer; so naturally I had a soccer ball at my feet from the time I could walk. I played soccer for years and learned that teams are like your brothers, coaches became my stand in dad’s and big brothers. I learned to work hard, to push hard, and learned who I wanted to be. I learned to suffer losses with my head up, to fight back even harder the next time, and to pick my defeated opponent off the ground. Most of all I learned that hard work and consistency are my greatest tools and that there is always more work to be done. All lessons that have carried through to today, where I am known for my persistence, hard work, athletic power and accuracy, an acute understanding of the game at hand, and most would say my humor and heart on and off the field. .

    At age ten, though, my world view of sports was dramatically changed when I finally convinced my mom to let me play football. The coaches, the team, finally getting to tackle and not get punished, and especially the excitement of a game of friends who quickly became brothers. I quickly found that football was in my blood. Everything about the game excites, left me longing for the season to start every year, pushed me harder and offered me more success than I had ever known.I discovered my talent at the position of kicker in the seventh grade when my middle school coached lined up the team to see who had the best kick-off. I was tall, fast, had good hands and a smart awareness on the field so I primarily played cornerback, running back, wide receiver, and even quarterback and did well at all. Each year, though, I was also assigned the secondary position of kicker and each year continued to learn grown and excel, was pulled up to varsity my freshmen season and my sophomore year started on varsity for my 7A high school team as Punter and KO. Additionally, I began intermittent training and camps with Kohl’s Kicking in the eighth grade. Freshmen yeasr at Kohl’s Summer Academy I won the PAT consistency competition for the high school division and placed fourth in the kick-off competition. I was oved to varsity aft4er Freshmen season and the rest is documented well. My goal is to continue to grow as a kicker, to continue to be a part of a football family, and to continue pursuing academic excellence as I move through college and into my future.

    Currently ranked 4.5 starts as a kicker and 4.0 stars as a punter 3with Kohls kicking and plan to be 5 star in both before my senior season starts. In the top 100 since freshmen year for kicking.

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    Awards & Honors

    • Special Teams Player of the Year, 2021 Freshman Year
    • Special Teams Player of the Year 2023,
    • Player of The Week, Mobile County, Week 7, 2023


    • GPA: 4.3
    • ACT: 27
    • SAT: 1180

    Ranking Camp Results







    Charting data for Blayne is unavailable at this time.

    Training Camp Results

    02/03/2024Mobile, AL - 1-Day Mini Training Camp
    06/20/2023Birmingham, AL - 1 Day Training Camp
    06/17/2023Atlanta, GA - 2 Day Training Camp
    04/01/2023McKinney, TX - 1 Day Training Camp
    10/29/2022Memphis, TN Fall Assessment


    Distance: 51.00 yards – Hang time: 3.48
    Distance: 49.00 yards – Hang time: 3.42
    Distance: 48.00 yards – Hang time: 3.01
    Distance: 44.00 yards – Hang time: 2.86
    Average Distance: 48.00 yards  |  Average Hang Time: 3.19 seconds







    Distance: 61.00 yards – Hang time: 3.62
    Distance: 53.00 yards – Hang time: 3.58
    Distance: 45.00 yards – Hang time: 3.28
    Average Distance: 53.00 yards  |  Average Hang Time: 3.49 seconds


    Distance: 39.00 yards – Hang time: 3.91
    Distance: 39.00 yards – Hang time: 3.53
    Distance: 33.00 yards – Hang time: 3.88
    Average Distance: 37.00 yards  |  Average Hang Time: 3.77 seconds


    Distance: 53.00 yards – Hang time: 3.03
    Distance: 53.00 yards – Hang time: 3.50
    Distance: 51.00 yards – Hang time: 3.34
    Distance: 23.00 yards – Hang time: 0.93
    Average Distance: 45.00 yards  |  Average Hang Time: 2.70 seconds


    Distance: 38.00 yards – Hang time: 2.47
    Distance: 36.00 yards – Hang time: 2.94
    Distance: 35.00 yards – Hang time: 3.00
    Distance: 31.00 yards – Hang time: 3.22
    Distance: 31.00 yards – Hang time: 2.56
    Average Distance: 34.20 yards  |  Average Hang Time: 2.84 seconds

    Weekly Game Stats

    2023 Season

    Field GoalsExtra PointsPuntsKickoffsSnaps
    Game Date FGM/ FGAFGD XPM/ XPA #Avg.Inside 20 # TBs SS/ SA
    Aug 252/44/52411620/0
    Sep 10/04/42431640/0
    Sep 81/1 24
    Sep 151/1 16
    Sep 222/2 38
    Sep 290/12/22490300/0
    Oct 60/05/53351620/0

    Season Stats

    Field GoalsExtra PointsPuntsKickoffsSnaps
    Season FGM/ FGA XPM/ XPA #Avg.Inside 20 # TBs SS/ SA

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