1. Mike Ryan

    Mike Ryan

    Height: 6" 3' | Weight: 195lbs

    Class of 2022 | NY

    Long Snapper Rating:

    Kohl's Comments

    Ryan was a recent participant at the Kohl’s Senior Challenge and Transfer Camp and displayed unreal explosiveness. He is well built and absolutely rips the ball in his snapping motion. Ryan finished the camp with an average snap time of .66 seconds with multiple snaps in the .65 range. He had a clean rotation and was always around the target. Ryan is one of the few athletes I have worked with to have the explosive athleticism like he does but is able to physically control it. Ryan has attributes you cannot teach and with some refinement to his approach and mechanics, the sky's the limit for this young man.

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      JANUARY 22, 2022 NATIONAL SENIOR CHALLENGE

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      From The Blog

      College Offers & Commitments // Class of 2023

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      Recruiting Blog: Setting Goals-- Athletic, Academic & Recruiting

      Being a Kohl’s Coach for over ten years, the one thing I hear the most from athletes is talk of their star rating & ranking and what they want to achieve, especially during the Showcase season. But I wonder how many have thought about what it takes to achieve it and how to make it happen with their training? I am a big believer of setting high goals, laying out a detailed plan and doing everything in my power to try and achieve them.

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