1. Wyatt Adams

    Wyatt Adams

    Height: 6" 0' | Weight: 205lbs

    Class of 2019 | FL

    Long Snapper Rating:

    • #30

      Ranked Long Snapper

Committed: University of West Florida

Kohl's Comments

Adams has continued to refine his mechanics and snaps a ball that jumps off his hands. He has gained more control of his snapping motion which gives him tremendous consistency. Adams was ripping the ball during the Kohl’s Texas Showcase and finishes the day with an average snap time of .67 seconds. He has always had one of the fastest snaps in the country. Adams is a great student and someone who will make an impact for any special teams unit in the country.

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Awards & Honors

  • ASVAB Score 97
  • Jim Sauls Memorial Award and Scholarship


  • GPA: 3.6
  • ACT: 32

Ranking Camp Results

December 15, 2018 Texas Winter Showcase


Snapping by Rank

May 6, 2018 Texas Spring Showcase


Dec 17, 2017 Southern Winter Showcase

Training Camp Results

03/03/2018Bradenton, FL - 2-Day Training Camp

Long Snaps

1st Set Average Snap Time: 0.67 seconds

2nd Set Average Snap Time: 0.67 seconds

Weekly Game Stats

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