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Snapping Update Before the NFL Draft

With the NFL Draft at the end of this month, it is a good time for an update on recent developments at the snapping position.  Three unrestricted free agent snappers have signed one-year deals to rejoin their teams. They are … Continue reading

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Godsil Invited to NFL Combine

The NFL Combine starts at the end of the month in Indianapolis and just one long snapper, Dan Godsil of Indiana, has been invited.  Godsil also played in the Senior Bowl last month.

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Lots of Snapping News Coming in January

Welcome to 2019!  The end of the NFL regular season usually brings a lot of snapping news, most of it happening off the field. For example, there will be a couple of snappers signed to contracts for the 2019 season. … Continue reading

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Bobenmoyer to Replace Perez in Shrine Game

Caleb Perez of UCF, who originally planned to snap in the Shrine Game on January 19, 2019, is unable to participate and will be replaced by Jacob Bobenmoyer of Northern Colorado. The Shrine Game will be played on the same … Continue reading

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College All-Star Game Snappers Set

With snappers Dan Godsil (Indiana) and Nick Moore (Georgia) selected for the Senior Bowl, the other two key college all-star games have selected their snappers. The Shrine Game, which finally added snapping specialists last year, will have Chris Wilkerson from … Continue reading

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Godsil and Moore Invited as Senior Bowl Long Snappers

The Senior Bowl is the premier college all-star game and just announced the two long snappers that have been invited to the game, Dan Godsil (Indiana) and Nick Moore (Georgia). The Senior Bowl takes place in Mobile, Alabama on January 26, … Continue reading

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New Book to Assist with the NFL Draft Process

As college football ends its regular season and conference championships this weekend, the inquires I get from NFL Draft prospects and parents as an NFL agent tend to increase dramatically. In an effort to help educate those involved in the … Continue reading

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