With Mitch Hall graduating, Louisville has been looking for someone to fill the void at longsnapper; that position was filled on Saturday as Lombard, Il. native Brett Kuczynski committed to the Cardinals. Due to his home state cancelling the football season, he opted to transfer down to Florida to play for New Smyrna High School.
⚫️🔴Commited!!!🔴⚫️ #GoCards @coachstuholt @CoachMaslowski @CoachSattUofL @johnnywilk_john @TheChrisRubio @HKA_Tanalski @ky_mosabe @neal_dahlman pic.twitter.com/h7xPtDcVXN
— Brett Kuczynski (@BrettKuczynski) March 20, 2021
READ: Kuczynski’s interview with NPR regarding the transfer to the Sunshine state
Rubiolongsnapping.com had this to say in regard to Kuczynski’s skillset, “Brett Kuczynski did really well at the Rubio Long Snapping Fall Camp in Florida on November 22nd, 2020. Thick and solid Long Snapper with good starting form and the ability to get the ball to the mid .7s with ease. Brett is using his whole body well and generates a ton of power in his snaps. High academics and Brett being one of the hardest workers out there make him a good pickup for a college coach. Fine tuning his spiral and his athleticism will push him to the top of his class. Very coachable Long Snapper from FL that might be able to be on a college campus this January.”