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    2022 Full Camp Schedule
    *Updated 11.22.21

     

    January Las Vegas Event

    January 9: Los Angeles Prep
    January 14: Friday Warm Up
    January 15-16: Las Vegas XXXIX

     

    Spring Camps 

    March 6: Dallas, TX
    March 20: Atlanta, GA
    March 27: Los Angeles, CA
    April 3: Charlotte, NC
    April 10: Chicago, IL (Indoor)
    April 24: San Francisco, CA
    April 24: New Jersey (Indoor)
    May 1: Seattle, WA

     

    May Las Vegas Event

    May 13: Friday Warm up
    May 14-15: Las Vegas XL

     

    Summer Invitationals (Los Angeles, CA)

    July 9-10: Rising Seniors Invitational
    July 12-14: TOP 12
    July 16-17 Underclassmen Invitational

     

    Fall Camps

    October 2: Seattle, WA
    October 16: Atlanta, GA
    October 23: Los Angeles, CA
    October 30: Dallas, TX
    November 13: Charlotte, NC
    December 11: Chicago, IL (Indoor)
    December 18: San Francisco, CA
    December 18: New Jersey (Indoor) 

     

     

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  • Kickers / Punters:

    Andrew David
    Michigan

    Long Snappers:

    Blake Ferguson
    LSU

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  • Kickers / Punters:

    JK Scott
    Alabama

    Freeman Jones
    North Carolina

    Cameron Gamble
    LSU

    Gary Wunderlich
    Ole Miss

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  • Kickers / Punters:

    Sean Covington 
    UCLA 

    Jed Barnett 
    Oklahoma 

    Diego Gonzalez
    Colorado

    Jimmy Hutchinson 
    Auburn 

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Player Rankings • Player Profile
Reese Keeney • Class of 2023 • Punters
FBS Power 5 Freshman Year Starter, Scholarship Pick
FBS Freshman Year Starter, Scholarship Pick
FCS Freshman Year Starter, Scholarship Pick or FBS PWO
D2, D3, NAIA Prospect or FCS PWO
D2, D3 or NAIA Developing Prospect
High School Starter
Developing High School Player
Reese Keeney
Name: Reese Keeney
Player Ranking:
Class Rank: 34
Grad Year: 2023
State: TN
Country: United States
College:
Pro Team:
Height: 5-11
Weight: 165
SAT/ACT:
GPA:
Student Since: 2019
Last Evaluation: 7-21

 

Player Review
Reese is an excellent high school punting and kicking prospect. He is a great looking athlete with a bright college future. His punting has become a major strength. Reese punts for nice combination of distance and hang time. He is clean and consistent 2-step punter. Reese excels at directional punting. He is also an outstanding kicker. He does a nice job on field goal. Reese hits a clean ball and easily has 50+ yard range. His kickoffs are solid. Reese has a bright college future with continued hard work. Look for him to dominate his junior season and compete with the best of the best at Vegas XXXIX in January. He should compete for a TOP 12 Camp Invitation at Vegas XXXIX in January. Strong combo prospect.

Aaron Perez (6-21):
Reese impressed during a recent evaluation and showed major improvement. Reese is now a full two-step punter and has very good feet. His hands have gotten better as has his overall rhythm. Reese has gotten stronger as well and during the workout hit several balls 4.5+. His best ball is 45+ 4.5+. Most impressive was his directional ability. Reese will continue to improve and get stronger and I look forward to continuing his development.

Aaron Perez (4-21):
Reese attended the GA PuntFactory Camp and was very impressive. He is good fundamentally and has a very consistent swing. Reese was very focused and eager to be coached. During the training phase of camp, Reese hit several balls 41-45 yards with over 4.15 seconds of hangtime. His best punt was 44 4.4. Reese needs to work on either consolidating his three-step punt or switching to two-step which I advised him would make him much more powerful and fluid. I think with Reese's focus and continued development, both on the field and in the weightroom , that Reese will challenge to be a top punter in this class.
College Interest
Additional Information
Other Notes:
Combo Prospect P/K

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