1. Elijah Stein

    Elijah Stein

    Height: 6" 3' | Weight: 210lbs

    Class of 2022 | WI

    Long Snapper Rating:

    • #2

      Ranked Long Snapper

Committed: Arkansas

Kohl's Comments

Stein is a special talent in the 2022 class and someone who still hasn’t reached his full potential. He snaps one of the fastest footballs I have ever seen at the high school level but is also one of the most consistent. During the Kohl’s Texas Showcase, he finished with a blazing snap time of .64 seconds and scored on 10 of his 12 long snaps. Stein showed impressive athleticism for his size by measuring in at 6’,3” and running a 4.77 second 40-yard dash. Stein not only is one of the best prospects in the country, he is also a wonderful individual.

Awards & Honors

  • Team captain
  • Second team all conference OLB
  • Second team all conference TE
  • Second team all conference special teams-long snapper
  • Scholar athlete


  • GPA: 3.714

Ranking Camp Results

May 8, 2021 Texas Spring Showcase


December 20, 2020 Texas Winter Showcase

Training Camp Results

05/01/2021Milwaukee, WI - 1 Day Training Camp

Weekly Game Stats

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Season Stats

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