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    Jack Gilbreath • Class of 2020 • 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
    Jack Gilbreath
    Name: Jack Gilbreath
    Player Ranking:
    Class Rank: 79
    Grad Year: 2020
    State: AR
    Offers & Commitment:(NEW) CENTRAL MISSOURI
    Pro Team:
    Height: 6'2
    Weight: 290
    GPA: 3.78
    Student Since: 2017
    Last Evaluation: 6/20
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    Player Review

    Gilbreath did really well at the Rubio Long Snapping Camp in Texas on June 14th, 2020. First off, this man is massive. He could pass for a college lineman that is in good shape. Built like a house and probably would be just as hard to move him. His snaps are powerful and he can easily be in the .7s on a consistent basis. Tremendous attitude and he could easily play two positions in college. Love his form, his upside and his personality. Massive jump in the rankings and well deserved. 

    Gilbreath showed me some great things at the Rubio Long Snapping Summer Camp in IL on July 8th, 2019. He might be one of the most physically impressive Long Snappers in his class. His legs are simply massive and he is strong as any Long Snapper in the country. He weighs almost 300 lbs but looks like 240 lbs since is so well built. His hands are quick and very powerful. Strong and powerful snaps hit the punter. Handles pressure well and can snap in the .7s right now and he is only using half of his body. If he gets his massive legs fully involved, he will easily snap in the .6s. No doubt he can play two positions in college. 

    Jack did really well at the Rubio Long Snapping summer camp in TX on June 30, 2017. Jack is a thick and strong Long Snapper with good power throughout his body. His balance is solid and he does a really nice job of reaching all the way back with his hands. Love to see Jack focus on slow motion drills to get his lower half fully involved to gain more speed on the ball. He is so powerful that once his legs are fully going, he will easily be snapping the football under .80 on a very consistent basis. Keep an eye on Jack this fall in TX and at VEGAS XXXI.


    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.

    2020 TX Spring Camp RSI: 3.90

    2019 IL Summer Camp RSI: 3.23

    2017 TX Summer Camp RSI: 3

    2017 TX Spring Camp RSI: 9.28

    3 year varsity starter (Center)

    Official Combine Results:

    225 Bench 14 Reps

    7'8 Broad Jump

    25.7 Vertical

    Pro Agility 5.0sec

    Bench Max: 315lb

    Squat Max: 500lb


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