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(VIDEO) Talent Recap: 2015 Texas Winter Showcase

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The 2015 Texas Winter Showcase had many of the region's top kickers, punters and long snappers in attendance. In total there were twelve states represented, and many of these athletes will be highly looked at in the 2016, 2017 and 2018 classes. The stop in Dallas on the National Showcase Tour historically has showcased multiple top future college football talent who move on to be successful at the next level. The following highlighted athletes separated themselves from the field.

Jake Oldroyd, a Class of 2016 kicker from the state of Texas, had an outstanding day. He won the kickoff charting phase and made 7-of-10 field goals. Oldroyd's kickoff hang times were outstanding registering a 75-yard 4.2-second hang, a 77-yard 4.17-second hang and a 73-yard 4.1-second hang time on his charted kickoffs. His leg strength and overall athletic abilities should be noticed in the Class of 2016.

Nicolas Ramos, a 2017 kicker from the state of Florida, also had an outstanding showing finishing second in the kickoff charting phase with a score of 111.85, and charting many big kickoffs over 75 yards.

Kicker Hayden Moehring, a 2017 prospect from the state of Arkansas had a great day as well. He charted 7-of-10 in the field goal charting phase, and finished third in the kickoff charts. He also had an outstanding drill work phase at the end of camp.

Blake Mazza won the field goal competition held at the end of camp and did an outstanding job throughout the whole day. Blakes field goals during the competition were some of the more impressive kicks we've seen this winter.

Kicker Max Allan from the state of Texas had an outstanding day at camp making 8-of-10 charted field goals and winning the kickoff competition. Max's kick went over 80 yards. It was wind aided, but he showed great leg speed and overall talent at camp.

Class of 2018 kicker Joshua Delgado made a perfect 10-of-10 in the field goal charting phase at camp and showed an outstanding ability to repeat his motion.

We also had four athletes who made 9-of-10 kicks. Cody Bernstein, a 2016 kicker from the state of Texas, Ty French, a 2018 kicker from Texas, Paul Inzerillo, a 2017 kicker from the state of New York, and Alvin Kenworthy, a 2016 kicker from the state of Texas all made nine field goals during the charting phase and showed an outstanding ability to repeat their motion in different conditions.

Reeves Mundschau, a 2017 punter from the state of Texas also had a great camp. Mundschau hit many punts that were over 4.8-seconds in hang time and consistently drove the ball over 50 yards in distance.

Nolan Cooney, a prospect from the state of Rhode Island had an outstanding day finishing second in the overall charting phase of camp. At 6-foot 2-inches, 185 pounds, his fast leg evident in many different phases of camp.

Bernardo Rodriguez, a 2017 punter from the state of Texas also had a solid day at camp. He finished third in the charting session and showed outstanding speed in many different drills.

Combo kicker/punter Oscar Draguicevich, a 2016 athlete from the state of Texas won the punt competition held at the end of the event. Draguicevich also made 8-of-10 field goals, also showing nice performances in the kickoff and punting phases of camp.

2018 long snapper Justin Mader from the state of Texas won the snapping competition and also won the charting phase at camp. He totaled 49 points in the charting session and showed outstanding consistency and velocity on his snaps.

Long snapper Connor Choate, a 2017 prospect from the state of Texas at 6-foot, 180 pounds, also showed well during the charting phase with an average speed of .7 and .76 seconds. He has good velocity to go along with the overall consistency of his snapping ability.

Evan Pohlman, a 2016 snapper from the state of Texas also had a solid day registering a total of 34 points in the charting phase held during the event.

 

 

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