1. Tommy Lauria

    Tommy Lauria

    Height: 6" 2' | Weight: 220lbs

    Class of 2023 | AZ

    Long Snapper Rating:

    • #25

      Ranked Long Snapper

Kohl's Comments

Lauria has performed well at multiple Kohl’s Camps and the same held true at the Kohl’s Western Showcase. During the charting portion of camp, he had an average snap time of .72 seconds and finished with the 5th highest chart at camp. Lauria is long and uses his levers very well in his snapping motion. He is already a very good snapper and continuing to develop as an athlete will help him reach his true potential.

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Athlete Bio

Highland High School | 3.6 GPA | HKA Top 40

Academics

    Ranking Camp Results

    MAY 8, 2022 WESTERN SPRING SHOWCASE CAMP

    JANUARY 8, 2022 NATIONAL UNDERCLASSMAN CHALLENGE (INVITATION ONLY)

    December 12, 2021 Western Winter Showcase

    2021 NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP CAMP RESULTS

    Training Camp Results

    DateCamp
    02/12/2022Phoenix, AZ - 2 Day Training Camp

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