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Personally I wasnt planning on punting too often.
Kester has a lot of ridiculous endorsements. Wonder if there are academic issues or something.
"Ken Kester, from Foothill Junior College in Los Altos Hills, Calif., proved he is more than capable of being a dominant college punter. He has a big-time leg and punts with incredible consistency. He dominated the punting competitions start to finish, averaging over 50 yards per punt and hitting several balls 60-plus yards. His hang time was consistently above 4.5 seconds and even hit several balls with over 5.0 seconds. Overall, Kester is a big-time FBS punting prospect ready to step in and start anywhere."
If you can squeeze 5 extra yards per punt out of a guy and figure for a punt a quarter (hopefully that's high), the value of 20 yards or so a game is something to thing about in regards to if it's scholarship worthy.
Another interesting option.
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There are around 50,000 students at tOSU, hold an open tryout...I bet there is some freaky ridiculous athlete already enrolled that played qb or rb at or soccer that never even realized how good of a punter he could have been.
The downside to this idea is it seems a bit desperate and if may be unnecessary if Epitropulus is healthy.
To be a good college punter, you need to be able to carry the ball nearly 60 yards to have a 45 yard punt and the number of people that can do that is very small, but I still bet there is already one there...just saying.
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