Punter / Kicker Results, 2022 WiFCA Combine Include Linus Maas of Owen-Withee

Punter / Kicker Results: 2022 WiFCA Combine

The 9th Annual High School Football Combine for Wisconsin athletes was held April 30 at NX Level in Waukesha.l 30, split into five sessions, though all athletes were tested on the same events. A total of 458 athletes competed in the Combine.

9th Annual WiFCA High School Football Combine: Area Athletes Shine

The WFCA Combine was conducted by NX Level staff with many high school football coaches assisting, and sponsored by the WFCA, NX Level, Epoch Recruiting, and WisSports.net. Special thank you to WFCA Combine Director Tony Biolo for organizing the event and compiling the results and Brad Arnett & crew at NX Level

More than 75 college coaches were on hand from at least 22 different schools, with several programs sending multiple coaches to evaluate potential prospects. While D1-FBS coaches were prohibited from attending by NCAA rules, 10 D1-FCS coaches from six schools were in attendance and closely monitoring the action.

Mason Levake Lake Mills 2023 P/K 6’0″ 227 5.17 28.7 7’9.25″ 7.87 4.76 10 185
Linus Maas Owen-Withee 2023 P/K 6’1″ 173 4.97 24.5 7’11.5″ 7.71 4.78 2 185


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David Keech
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David Keech is a math teacher in Wisconsin Rapids and public address announcer for Abbotsord High School. He officiates basketball, baseball, and softball in central Wisconsin. He has reported on amateur sports since 2011, known as 'KeechDaVoice.' David can be reached at [email protected]