Jaguar football players with aspirations to play college football traveled across the country this summer, competing against other high schoolers at college campuses in hopes of impressing college coaches.
The player that traveled farthest was senior quarterback Kai Kunz.
“It was an awesome experience to see all of the competition from around the country and see how you measure up against some of the best. I also really enjoyed the traveling aspect because my entire family came with me to both of my camps in Texas and one at Vanderbilt among others which was really cool,” Kunz said.
Senior offensive and defensive linemen Drew Daniels traveled to eight different camps spanning from early June to mid July, concluding with Emporia State where he earned his first Division 2 offer.
“My camp experience was really fun. You get the opportunity to meet so many different people and I have created friendships with some people at camps that I still talk to. Going to so many camps is really hard on the body which gave me a real look into how to take care of my body while attending so many,” Daniels said.
Holding seven offers already, senior defensive linemen and tight end Isaac Sheeran was a hot recruit this summer, getting invited to camps to Power 5 schools like Kansas State and Iowa State.
“It was pretty poggers. It was a great experience to see what it takes to make it to the next level and see the difference in campuses and team philosophies,” Sheeran said.
The football team’s season kicks off on September 3rd as they take on Newton at home.