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Andrew McCoy
Andrew McCoy

Height: 6'4" Weight: 183

Graduation Year: 2019

Hometown: Omaha, NE

High School: Omaha Roncalli

Commitment: Undecided

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Kicker Rank:18 Punter Rank:10

Andrew
McCoy
6'4"
183
Andrew is a tall kicker that is serviceable as both a kicker and punter. He has decent mechanics. He needs more repetitions and experience to increase his repeatability and improve his consistency. We would like to see him make contact with the ball using more of his ankle and top of his foot instead of his instep. This will help him drive the ball better and be more productive on kickoffs. Practice using his hands and a proper drop will improve his ball contact and turn overs for punts. He should release the ball with one hand instead of two. With training, Andrew will make huge strides in all three phases of the kicking game!
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Andrew is a tall kicker that is serviceable as both a kicker and punter. He has decent mechanics. He needs more repetitions and experience to increase his repeatability and improve his consistency. We would like to see him make contact with the ball using more of his ankle and top of his foot instead of his instep. This will help him drive the ball better and be more productive on kickoffs. Practice using his hands and a proper drop will improve his ball contact and turn overs for punts. He should release the ball with one hand instead of two. With training, Andrew will make huge strides in all three phases of the kicking game!

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Andrew is a tall kicker that is serviceable as both a kicker and punter. He has decent mechanics. He needs more repetitions and experience to increase his repeatability and improve his consistency. We would like to see him make contact with the ball using more of his ankle and top of his foot instead of his instep. This will help him drive the ball better and be more productive on kickoffs. Practice using his hands and a proper drop will improve his ball contact and turn overs for punts. He should release the ball with one hand instead of two. With training, Andrew will make huge strides in all three phases of the kicking game!

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