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'20 Australian P Josh Watts (Verbal to COLORADO)

MtnBuff

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So based off this is he committed? I don't have a subscription. I would assume he is a scholly player not a walk-on.

Some Aussie punters have killed it in the NFL. In our altitude could be a weapon.
 

TSchekler

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Glad to have this kid and I'm sure he's pretty good. Out of curiosity, though, are there just no kickers/punters in the States worthy of P5 scholarships?
 

SkiRacingBuffalo

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Glad to have this kid and I'm sure he's pretty good. Out of curiosity, though, are there just no kickers/punters in the States worthy of P5 scholarships?
I think we noticed what Utah was doing, there’s a large academy there that specializes in making them into punters/kickers. Like look at the two guys Utah put into the league this year, pretty sure both were from oz and from the same academy
 

DeNiro

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How old is he?
Old enough to punt in college.

The article didn't specifically state, although it mentioned he took some classes already at Tanzania University, but is still a 5 to play 4. I would guess 19-21.
 

MtnBuff

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Basically, entire teams of TE/DE types that do everything (run, tackle, catch, kick, etc.) with no pads. ****ing awesome sport.
I have watched it when I can for years including when I was down there visiting. Still have little clue about what is actually going on but it is a great sport to watch and a bunch of tough guys playing it.
 

WasianCU

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Glad to have this kid and I'm sure he's pretty good. Out of curiosity, though, are there just no kickers/punters in the States worthy of P5 scholarships?
That Prokick Australia academy has a pretty impressive resume. According to their site they've trained 17 All-Americans, 5 Ray Guy award winners, and placed 75 players in scholarships or contracts in the U.S.
 
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