1. Isaac Masone

    Isaac Masone

    Height: 5" 11' | Weight: 160lbs

    Class of 2023 | SC

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    Kohl's Comments

    Masone recently competed at the Kohl's Southern Showcase in May of 2022. He had a very impressive field goal charting phase of camp with 11 points made and really showed great ball striking ability throughout the event. Masone had a strong showing at the 2021 Southern Winter Showcase. He showed above average leg strength on his kickoffs and was able to chart 7 points in the field goal charting portion. He has good "pop" on his kicks, and he moves well through ball contact.

    Academics

    • GPA: 4.8
    • SAT: 1300

    Ranking Camp Results

    MAY 22, 2022 SOUTHERN SPRING SHOWCASE CAMP

    December 19, 2021 Southern Winter Showcase

    Weekly Game Stats

    2021 Season

    Field GoalsExtra PointsPuntsKickoffsSnaps
    Game Date FGM/ FGAFGD XPM/ XPA #Avg.Inside 20 # TBs SS/ SA
    Sep 93/3 38
    33
    36
    2/2000000/0
    Nov 120/06/6000000/0
    Nov 260/07/7000000/0
    Dec 40/04/42431000/0

    Season Stats

    Season stats for Isaac are unavailable at this time.

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