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    Toby Davidson • 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
    Toby Davidson
    Name: Toby Davidson
    Player Ranking:
    Grad Year: 2020
    State: MO
    Offers & Commitment:(NEW) UNDECIDED
    Pro Team:
    Height: 6'2
    Weight: 200
    Student Since: 2017
    Last Evaluation: 5/19
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    Player Review

    Davidson came over from Missouri and showed me why he has the tools to be one of the best at the Rubio Long Snapping Spring Camp in GA on April 28, 2019. Just saw him a couple of weeks ago and he has improved since then. I am a massive fan of Davidson when he snaps with confidence and truly realizes how great a Long Snapper he is and what his upside is for the long term. Starting form is very good and he snaps a really smooth ball back to the punter. Any punter that complains about the catch-ability of his snaps has some issues. The harder he snaps and the more he follows through with his fingers, the more dominant Davidson becomes. Getting his ball, consistently, under .79 will be the key to really moving up the rankings. Great attitude and a hard worker.

    Davidson was impressive at the Rubio Long Snapping Spring Camp in TX on April 7th, 2019. Athletic Long Snapper with a good frame that will be able to put on some good weight over the next couple of years. His overall snapping motion is excellent and his starting form is terrific. Davidson’s number one thing to work on is his spiral. If he can lock down his spiral, the ball will slice through the wind which will make it speed up a ton and get into the .7s by VEGAS XXIV in May. Lay down drills are the most basic but most impactful drills for Davidson. He is popping well and, I will say it again, locking down the spiral will be a massive key for Davidson. He can do this and he can do it well. 

    Davidson came out from Missouri and  did well at the Rubio Long Snapping Spring Camp in CA on March 3, 2019. He has a really nice frame and you can tell he has been working on his body. His legs are very quick and he is getting some solid pop from the. Good explosion. If Davidson can get his timing fully down between his upper and lower half, his ball will hit in the high .6s by VEGAS XXXIV in May. When Davidson snaps hard and clicks on his timing, he is easily in the top tier of his class. Great upside.

    Toby did well at the Rubio Long Snapping VEGAS XXXIII Event on January 19-20, 2019. I absolutely love his attitude. Toby is coachable and he listens really well. Always improvement. Starting form is great. His hands are quick and he can reach back well to the punter. Legs are close to being fully involved in his snapping motion. If Toby can get his timing down between his upper and lower body, he will easily be snapping the ball sub .75 at 15 yards. Locking down his timing will also allow the ball to rise the whole back to the punter. Solid athleticism and upside on Toby. 


    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.

    VEGAS XXXIV RSI: 28.57
    VEGAS XXXIV 40 Time: 5.02
    VEGAS XXXIV Snap Time: .89

    2019 GA Spring Camp RSI: 13.64

    2019 TX Spring Camp RSI: 6.25

    2019 SPRING CA RSI: 23.33

    VEGAS XXXIII Average 40 Time: 5.22
    VEGAS XXXIII Average Snap Time: .87

    2018 IL Fall Camp RSI: 10.59

    VEGAS XXXII RSI: 21.91
    VEGAS XXXII 40 Time: 5.18
    VEGAS XXXII Average 15 Yard Snap Speed: .78

    2018 IL Spring Camp RSI: 43.37

    2017 IL Spring Camp RSI: 6.06

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