1. Sean Ryniec

    Sean Ryniec

    Height: 6" 0' | Weight: 175lbs

    Class of 2023 | IL

    Kicker Rating:

    Kohl's Comments

    Runiec recently competed at the 2022 Kohl's Future Stars Event. He scored 5 points in the field goal charting and was able to string solid excellent reps together during the drill work portion of camp. He scored a big ball of 63 yards with 3.63 seconds of hang time in the kickoff charting phase of camp. Ryniec attended the 2021 Kohl’s Midwest Winter Showcase where he showed some strong moments during the camp. He scored 7 points on field goals while finishing with an average kickoff score of 93.95, hitting most of them over 55+ yards. He shows excellent consistency with his form but needs just a little more attention on strength training to help push him into the next phase of his abilities.

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      Ranking Camp Results

      JANUARY 15, 2022 FUTURE STARS INVITATIONAL

      December 18, 2021 Midwest Winter Showcase

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