1. Jack  (Tripp) Smith III

    Jack (Tripp) Smith III

    Height: 6" 1' | Weight: 220lbs

    Class of 2022 | SC

    Long Snapper Rating:

    • #20

      Ranked Long Snapper

    Offers: Erskine College

Committed: East Carolina*

Kohl's Comments

Smith competed at the Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp and once again showed he has all the talent in the world. He snaps an absolute rocket but has a rare combo of velocity and control. The ball jumps out of his hands with clean rotation and he finished the Scholarship Camp with an average snap time of .68 seconds. Smith is already one of the more polished snappers in the country and is someone that needs to be on every coach's radar.

Academics

    Ranking Camp Results

    2021 NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP CAMP RESULTS

    May 23, 2021 Southern Spring Showcase

    2021 NATIONAL UNDERCLASSMAN CHALLENGE

    January 2, 2021 Southern Winter Showcase

    Training Camp Results

    DateCamp
    10/12/2019Atlanta, GA Fall Assessment

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