1. David Erickson

    David Erickson

    Height: 6" 1' | Weight: 185lbs

    Class of 2022 | MN

    Kicker Rating:

    Kohl's Comments

    Erickson recently competed at the National Training Center in October 2021. He competed as a kicker and graded out at the 3.5-star level. He is a coordinated specialist with potential to develop in the years to come. The windy day made it hard for Erickson to show his "A" ball on FG's and he can hopefully be impactful the rest of his season for his HS team!

    Hudl Videos

    Athlete Bio

    I am originally a soccer player who grow up most of my years in Nairobi, Kenya. For my senior year I moved to Minnesota and began kicking for my football team. I'm currently the top kicker in the state of Minnesota on kickoff yards by percentage of kicks. My high school team doesn't score a lot so my chances to kick have been limited.


    Awards & Honors


    • GPA: 3.98

    Ranking Camp Results

    Charting data for David is unavailable at this time.

    Weekly Game Stats

    Weekly stats for David are unavailable at this time.

    Season Stats

    Season stats for David are unavailable at this time.

    From The Blog

    Recruiting Blog: Setting Goals-- Athletic, Academic & Recruiting

    Being a Kohl’s Coach for over ten years, the one thing I hear the most from athletes is talk of their star rating & ranking and what they want to achieve, especially during the Showcase season. But I wonder how many have thought about what it takes to achieve it and how to make it happen with their training? I am a big believer of setting high goals, laying out a detailed plan and doing everything in my power to try and achieve them.

    Continue reading...

    Kohl's Athletes Dominate 2022 NFL Draft

    With one of the more talent-rich years for top-end specialists heading into the NFL Draft, we want to congratulate the Kohl's athletes who heard their names called during the NFL Draft, and who also will continue to sign with teams as undrafted free agents post-draft.

    Continue reading...

    Blog Archive