cleermj wrote:I am a LS and I am going to be attending a D1 university this fall. I sent game film to a fair number of schools this past year. Good interest from a couple of D3 and D2 programs but academically, I wanted to pursue my primary school of interest. The coaching staff at this university said I would not be invited to summer camp but said to come in to their office on the 1st day of classes and try to walk on. The main concern expressed was velocity on my snaps but my high school coach realy had me slow it down so the holder could handle the ball. I had only 1 marginal snap the entire season. I continually condition in off season and snap as much as I can to maintain consistency. After the season was over, I switched from a HS ball to the NCAA game ball so I could get used to the different feel. I can play other positions as well - Center, Nose but best at LS. I would appreciate any tips you can give me on how to best make my approach to the coach when I get to campus. Am concerned that when I show up, they tell me that they are good for LS. Would they actually pass up the opportunity to observe potentials?
Thanks in advance for any help. BIGMATT
2) How many snaps a day are you doing? 50? Not enough, if you're serious. Hopefully you post back "300 times a day", or frankly, it's probably not gonna happen for ya.
cleermj wrote:I just looked in to see if any help or suggestions. Disappointed to see no posts at all. Well, I thought it was at least worth a try.
cleermj wrote:Walk on tips for a Long Snapper
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