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    Jacob Garcia • 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
    Jacob Garcia
    Name: Jacob Garcia
    Player Ranking:
    Class Rank: 3
    Grad Year: 2020
    State: CA
    Offers & Commitment:(NEW) UTAH STATE
    Pro Team:
    Height: 6'1
    Weight: 230
    GPA: 3.5
    Student Since: 2016
    Last Evaluation: 5/19
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    Player Review

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    Garcia was off the charts at the Rubio Long Snapping Spring Camp in CA on March 3, 2019. Thick and strong body. Massive legs with great power in the them. Starting form is excellent and he snaps one of the tightest balls in the country. Ball is quick and Garcia showed how quick it was by winning the speed competition of the camp with times in the mid to high .6s! Explodes well with his lower half and the harder he snaps, the better his speeds will be and the more separation he will create between he and the defender when he sets to block. He is ready right now to snap in college. Tremendous Long Snapper that can play anywhere in the country. 

    Garcia had a great weekend at the Rubio Long Snapping VEGAS XXXIII on January 19-20, 2019. Extremely smooth and consistent Long Snapper with a ball that is very easy to catch. Spiral is tight and it pops right into the punter's hands. Balance is good and he is using his whole body well with his snapping motion. Strong and powerful Long Snapper. The more he increases his overall athleticism, the higher up the rankings he goes. Garcia can snap at the next level right now, let alone in a year. Excellent Long Snapper.

    Garcia did a tremendous job at the Rubio Long Snapping TOP 12 Camp in July. He was solid for the first two days and was an absolute machine on the final day of competition. One of the best overall performances I have seen in quite some time. Made it all the way to the finals before barely losing the WSU Commit, Simon Samarzich. Garcia is a smooth Long Snapper with good rotation. The harder he snaps, the better his ball is. He has done a great job of getting bigger and sronger to improve his overall power on his snaps. Kid is very good and headed towards greatness. 


    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. 

    VEGAS XXXIV RSI: 30.26
    VEGAS XXXIV 40 Time: 5.22
    VEGAS XXXIV Snap Time: .755

    2019 SPRING CA RSI: 30.43

    VEGAS XXXIII Average 40 Time: 5.64
    VEGAS XXXIII Average Snap Time: .66

    2018 CA Spring Camp RSI: 29.11

    VEGAS XXXI RSI: 26.03
    VEGAS XXXI 40 Time: 5.69
    VEGAS XXXI Average 15 Yard Snap Speed: .775

    2017 CA Fall Camp RSI: 3.9

    VEGAS 30 RSI: 25.97
    VEGAS 30 40 Time: 5.75
    VEGAS 30 Average 15 Yard Snap Speed: .79

    2017 CA Spring Camp RSI: 32.43

    VEGAS XXIX Average 15 Yard Snap Speed: .76
    VEGAS XXIX 40 Time: 6.13
    VEGAS XXIX RSI (Rubio Standard Index) from the Rubio Target: 28.95

    -Three sport and varisty lettered athlete (Football, Rugby and Track & Field)

    -Two year varsity letter in football

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