1. Zach Ely

    Zach Ely

    Height: 6" 0' | Weight: 190lbs

    Class of 2024 | MA

    Long Snapper Rating:

    Kohl's Comments

    Ely has been the picture of consistency in the 24 class and displayed this again during the Kohl’s Eastern Showcase. He finished the charting portion of the Showcase by scoring on 8 of his 12 long snaps. The 4 long snaps he missed were extremely close to the target with clean rotation. Ely is already a polished long snapper and with physical development and time, he will compete to be one of the best in the country.

    Academics

      Ranking Camp Results

      MAY 14, 2022 EASTERN SPRING SHOWCASE CAMP

      Charting data for Zach is unavailable at this time.

      Training Camp Results

      DateCamp
      06/27/2020Boston, MA - 1 Day Training Camp
      06/23/2018Boston, MA - 1 Day Training Camp

      Long Snaps


      Long Snaps

      1st Set Average Snap Time: 0.81 seconds

      2nd Set Average Snap Time: 0.79 seconds


      Weekly Game Stats

      Weekly stats for Zach are unavailable at this time.

      Season Stats

      Season stats for Zach are unavailable at this time.

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