1. Seth Mackellar

    Seth Mackellar

    Height: 5" 11' | Weight: 185lbs

    Class of 2019 | CA

    Long Snapper Rating:

    • #2

      Ranked Long Snapper

Committed: Arizona*

Kohl's Comments

Mackellar is one of the most athletic snappers in the 2019 class and will be a weapon in coverage. He is explosive with his snapping motion and drives the ball with tremendous power. He had his most dominant showing yet at the Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp. He finished with the top overall charting score with a perfect score of 70 out of 70 and an average snap time of .66 seconds. Not only did he crush the charting portion of camp but he also earned himself a spot in the Under Armour All-America Game with a .66 second snap time during the final competition. Mackellar is a snapper that can make an impact and benefit any program in the country.

Academics

    Ranking Camp Results

    2018 UNDERCLASSMAN CHALLENGE


    Dec 10, 2017 Western Winter Showcase

    May 5, 2018 Western Spring Showcase

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