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Name: Anders Carlson 
College: Auburn     Number: 26
Height: 6-4   Weight: 215
Position: K  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2022

40 Low: 4.97
   40 Time: 5.08
  40 High: 5.20
Projected Round:   Stock:    



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Height: 6036
Weight: 215

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 Data Scout Notes: 2019: P3rdC/P2ndM

 Anders Carlson, Auburn, Player News

  10/10/20 - K Anders CarlsonrJr/2022, Auburn, 6-4, 215 (DS#17 K) + More +

  Arkansas and Auburn combined to produce a botched extra point, a kicker with two shots at potential game-winners and a hotly debated spiked ball. Ultimately, Anders Carlson made the most of his second chance, hitting a 39-yard field goal with 7 seconds left to lift the 13th-ranked Tigers to a 30-28 victory over Arkansas on a rainy, blustery Saturday. The Tigers (2-1, 2-1 Southeastern Conference) narrowly avoided a second straight loss, with drama and uncertainty continuing right up to that winning kick. Facing third and 1, Bo Nix couldn't handle the snap, picked it up and spiked the ball - appearing slightly behind him - to draw an intentional grounding flag. The play was reviewed and upheld. Auburn avoided the fate of two other SEC teams from earlier in the day after blowing a 17-0 lead. No. 21 Texas A&M beat No. 4 Florida 41-38, and Missouri knocked off No. 17 LSU 45-41. Carlson delivered after missing a 34-yard field goal wide right with 2:38 left. Auburn's defense had forced a three-and-out, and the Tigers got the ball back at the 45 of the Razorbacks, who botched their first PAT and failed on two subsequent 2-point conversion attempts. - Auburn/AP College Football

(DS#17 K) rJr/2022 K Anders CarlsonAuburn
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  09/18/20 - K Anders CarlsonrJr/2022, Auburn, 6-4, 215 (DS#17 K) + More +

  Anders Carlson's 2019 campaign wasn't as consistent as he had hoped, but the high note he finished on has given him confidence heading into his redshirt-junior season. The Auburn place-kicker finished last season second to last in the SEC in field goal accuracy, connecting on just 72 percent (18-of-25) of his tries, but he closed the year by making each of his final six attempts, including a 4-for-4 effort in the Iron Bowl. It was a fitting redemptive arc for Carlson in what was an uneven season, as all seven of his misses in 2019 came from at least 42 yards out, but each of his four makes during the win against rival Alabama came from at least 43 yards out. "It's huge," Carlson said of the impact of his Iron Bowl performance on his own confidence. "Me as a player, you can kind of look at it going from season to season, but I kind of look at it from game-to-game learning. Your first year and even your first two years, you are learning a lot. I think throughout last season from Game 1 to game 12, I was a much different kicker in my mindset.

"I'm just carrying a simple mindset into the season like I did in the Iron Bowl. Just treating it like a game. In the offseason I got to think about it a lot and trying to do the same things going into this season. It's huge. I think mindset is everything. Mindset is what separates people." Now entering Year 3 as Auburn's starting kicker, Carlson hopes that mindset can lead to a more prosperous season for himself and the Tigers' special teams unit in what will undoubtedly be the most unconventional and potentially chaotic season imaginable, given the circumstances surrounding college football in America in 2020. - Birmingham News


(DS#17 K) rJr/2022 K Anders CarlsonAuburn
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  12/02/19 - K Anders CarlsonrJr/2022, Auburn, 6-4, 215 (DS#17 K) + More +

  DEC 2 SEC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Anders Carlson, PK, Auburn,...Perfect 4-for-4 on field goals connecting from 43, 52, 43 and 44 in win over Alabama...First time in last 25 years that Auburn kicker connected on four field goals of 40+ yards in a game...52-yard field goal to end the first half was his longest of the season and third longest of his career 52-yarder tied the longest FG made by Auburn in the Iron Bowl (Daniel Carlson in 2016; Al Del Greco in 1980). - SEC Football

(DS#17 K) rJr/2022 K Anders CarlsonAuburn
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  08/17/19 - K Anders CarlsonrJr/2022, Auburn, 6-4, 215 (DS#17 K) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON COACHES ALL-SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE FOOTBALL THIRD TEAM: PK Anders Carlson, Auburn,...Redshirt freshman kicker in 2018...44-44 PAT for season...15-25 field goals... kickoffs for season: 51-70 touchbacks...3-5 on field goals vs. Washington, with a long kick of 53 yards (second-longest by a freshman in Auburn history). - Auburn Football

(DS#17 K) rJr/2022 K Anders CarlsonAuburn
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