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    Drew Wise • Class of 2017 • Long Snappers
    FBS Power 5 Freshman Year Starter, Scholarship Pick
    FBS Freshman Year Starter, Scholarship Pick
    FCS Freshman Year Starter, Scholarship Pick or FBS PWO
    D2, D3, NAIA Prospect or FCS PWO
    D2, D3 or NAIA Developing Prospect
    High School Starter
    Developing High School Player
    Drew Wise
    Name: Drew Wise
    Player Ranking:
    Class Rank: 12
    Grad Year: 2017
    State: KS
    Offers & Commitment:(NEW) MISSOURI
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    Height: 6'3
    Weight: 235
    SAT/ACT: 23
    GPA: 3.3
    Student Since: 2014
    Last Evaluation: 3/17
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    Player Review

    Wise was outstanding at the Rubio Long Snapping spring camp in TX on March 26th, 2017. He has a great frame and can snap one of the quickest balls in his class. Low .7s to .6s is easily obtainable for him due to his size and form. Little tiny tweeks will make Drew unstoppable. By getting lined up straight and making sure both hands come through equal, he literally just doesn't miss the punter's hip. Sky is the limit for this hard worker from KS. Missouri is getting a great one in Drew.

    Wise did really well at VEGAS XXIX on January 14-15, 2017. He can pass an eyeball test very quickly and has college level strength right now. Love to see him focus on moving the ball out just a tad farther to extend his arms and create more whip. His ball is fast and he is ALWAYS improving. Upside on Wise is very solid and the kid is a work horse. Wise had another good camp at the Rubio Long Snapping fall camp in TX on December 4th, 2016. Love his size, his attitude and the speed of his ball. VERY consistently in the .7s and the spiral is solid. Release point and locking it down are going to the be the key to more accuracy. Also, increasing his athleticism is going to be huge at VEGAS XXIX. LOVE Wise's demeanor. He will make a college coach very happen in the long run. Wise was on fire at the Rubio Long Snapping fall camp in IL on September 25, 2016. Body is VERY solid and he can pass an eyeball test from a college coach quickly. Wise's snaps can be VERY quick and really punish the punter. He definitely goes with the notion of snapping the ball THROUGH the punter. Like to see him focus on making sure he is not overthinking the process and keeps his hands steady on the ball. I would be absolutely shocked if he isn't a 5 Star Rubio Long Snapper BEFORE VEGAS XXIX. He is good and knocking on greatnesses door. Wise intrigued me a ton at the FBU TOP GUN camp and at the TOP 12 & EVENT ELITE Camp at the IMG Academy in FL. He has an excellent frame and moves pretty darn well for being a bigger man. When he is on, there is not one Long Snapper in the country that he can't beat head to head in a competition. Biggest factor for me is making sure Wise can handle and dominate a pressure situation. Very close to being named an Army All-American and if he can lock down the nerves, which I know he can by XXIX, he could win the whole thing and crush college. Keep a very close eye on Wise. Upside is off the charts.

    RSI (Rubio Standard Index) is a scoring process developed by Rubio Long Snapping that weighs the average speed of the snap along with points for accuracy on the Rubio Target. Bonus points are awarded for a superior range of snap times. Scoring range is 0-80 with a 60.61 being the highest recorded.

    2017 TX Spring Camp RSI: 20

    VEGAS XXIX Average 15 Yard Snap Speed: .74
    VEGAS XXIX 40 Time: 5.14
    VEGAS XXIX RSI (Rubio Standard Index) from the Rubio Target: 42.03

    2016 Summer TX Rubio Long Snapping Camp Winner

    2016 - EVENT ELITE

    Average 15 yard Snap Speed at VEGAS XXVIII: .79
    Score on The Rubio Target: 17/48
    RSI (Rubio Standard Index) from The Rubio Target: 26.97
    40 Time: 5.14

    Average 15 yard Snap Speed at VEGAS XXVII: .73
    Score on The Rubio Target: 8/48
    RSI (Rubio Standard Index) from The Rubio Target: 8.79
    40 Time: 5.33
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    won both the University of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma State University summer camps. 

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