1. Eddie Czaplicki

    Eddie Czaplicki

    Height: 6" 1' | Weight: 185lbs

    Class of 2021 | NC

    Kicker Rating:

    Punter Rating:

    • #3

      Ranked Kicker

    • #9

      Ranked Punter

    Offers: Air Force, Army, North Carolina State

Committed: Arizona State

Kohl's Comments

Czaplicki recently attended Kohl's National Scholarship Camp in July of 2020. He again proved why he is a D1 recruit. He has one of the quickest legs we have seen in the 2021 class. Czaplicki is a Power 5 scholarship player. His hands are quick and he gets the ball out well when he punts. His overall coordination is impressive on both field goals and punts. Czaplicki is very mature athletically and able to produce kickoffs and punts that other good players cannot. Keep an eye on Czaplicki in the coming years!

Academics

    Ranking Camp Results

    2020 NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP CAMP RESULTS

    2020 REGIONAL SHOWCASE (SMALL GROUP)

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