1. Hunter Solwold

    Hunter Solwold

    Height: 6" 2' | Weight: 205lbs

    Class of 2025 | MD

    Long Snapper Rating:

    • #2

      Ranked Long Snapper

Kohl's Comments

Solwold might be young but he has been refining his craft for many years. He has polished mechanics which allow him to snap the same ball time and time again. Solwold competed at the Kohl’s Eastern Showcase and finished with the highest overall chart for all classes in attendance. He has a big frame and runs extremely well for his age. He already has the tools to play at the collegiate level and hasnt even come close to what he is truly capable of.

Academics

    Ranking Camp Results

    MAY 14, 2022 EASTERN SPRING SHOWCASE CAMP

    JANUARY 15, 2022 FUTURE STARS INVITATIONAL

    2021 NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP CAMP RESULTS

    Training Camp Results

    DateCamp
    06/23/2021Baltimore, MD - 1 Day Training Camp
    04/18/2021Baltimore, MD - 1 Day Training Camp
    06/24/2020Baltimore, MD - 1 Day Training Camp

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