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Name: Grayson Atkins (Transfer from Furman)
College: North Carolina     Number: 17
Height: 5-09   Weight: 188
Position: K  Pos2: P/KOS
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.82
   40 Time: 4.93
  40 High: 5.02
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC...2019: AFCA-1st/1stC-K/2ndC-P...P1stDS/P1stC...AP 2nd team All-American, 1st team All-SoCon w/11-13-84.6%, 53 long, 29-33 PAT, 47-2011-42.8 punt, 81 long, 4 TB, 8 FC, 9 I20, 9 50+, 55-3332-60.6 KO, 29 TB in '18. 9-13-69.2% FG, 46 long, BLK, 55-55 PAT in '17.

 Grayson Atkins, North Carolina, Player News


  FCS All-America placekicker Grayson Atkins is transferring from Furman to North Carolina. A graduate transfer, Atkins will graduate this spring, join the Carolina program this summer, and have one year of eligibility. - North Carolina Athletics

(DS#19 K) rSr/2022 K Grayson AtkinsNorth Carolina
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  2019 AFCA FCS COACHES' FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: PK Grayson Atkins, Jr., Furman,...A junior, he converted 13-of-15 field goal attempts and 48-of-50 PATs in 2019. He made all six field goal attempts under 40 yards and went 7-for-9 from 40+ yards, with his last try, a career long 59-yard effort, coming in FCS first round playoff action against Austin Peay. The Inman, S.C., native entered the season riding a streak of 11 consecutive made field goals and proceeded to extend it to a Furman and Southern Conference record 18 straight - his final make coming from a school record tying 55 yards in a 28-7 win over Western Carolina on Oct. 26.

Atkins' streak of 18 straight made field goals averaged 39.2 yards in distance and featured perfect 10-for-10 work from 40+ yards, including 5-for-5 from 50+ yards. A consensus first team All-SoCon selection for a second straight year, he has converted 33-of-40 field goals in three seasons at Furman and accounted for 241 points, ranking fifth all-time in kick scoring. His career 82.5 field goal percentage is the best in program history. Atkins also landed second team All-SoCon honors as punter in 2019 after averaging 43.5 yards per punt and recorded 39 touchbacks on 77 kickoffs. - Furman Football


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  2019 ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): PK Grayson Atkins, Furman,...Atkins, a junior and 2018 All-American from Inman, S.C., ran his streak of consecutive made field goals to 18 before missing from 43 yards in a 28-7 win over Western Carolina. He has converted 22 of his last 23 field goals, including 13 from 40 yards and beyond. - Furman Football

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  2019 ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): P Grayson Atkins, Furman,...Atkins combined his first team pick at placekicker with his second team scroll at punter after averaging 43.3 yards on 36 attempts, including seven, 50-plus yard efforts. - Furman Football

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  NOV 25 SOCON SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Grayson Atkins, Furman, Jr., K, Inman, S.C.,...Furman kicker Grayson Atkins claimed his fifth honor of the season and the eighth of his career with another outstanding all-around effort in the Paladins' 64-7 win over Point on a rainy Saturday. The junior from Inman, South Carolina, scored 13 points on the day, converting all seven of his point-after attempts and hitting field goals of 28 and 45 yards. Atkins, who has converted 22 of his last 23 field-goal tries, also kicked off 11 times on the day, putting eight into the end zone with one touchback and averaging 58.8 yards per kick. Other nominees: Bradley Porcellato (Samford), Colin Brewer (Chattanooga), Julian Pletz (Western Carolina) and Luke Carter (Wofford). - Southern Conference Football

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  NOV 11 SOCON SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Grayson Atkins, Furman, Jr., PK, Inman, S.C.,...Furman kicker Grayson Atkins earned his fourth honor of the season and the seventh of his career with another outstanding all-around performance. The junior from Inman, South Carolina, again delivered in all three aspects of the kicking game, punting twice for an average of 50.5 yards, kicking off nine times for an average of 62.8 yards with four touchbacks, and converting all six of his point-after tries and a 48-yard field goal. Atkins' field goal came on the final play of the first half and provided the Paladins with a 31-21 cushion heading into the break. Other nominees: Tyler Keltner (ETSU), Bradley Porcellato (Samford), Daquan Patten (Western Carolina) and Luke Carter (Wofford). - Southern Conference Football

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  OCT 28 SOCON SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Grayson Atkins, Furman, Jr., K, Inman, S.C.,...Furman kicker Grayson Atkins earned his third weekly award of the season and the sixth of his career for his performance in the Paladins' 28-7 win over Western Carolina in rainy conditions. The junior from Inman, South Carolina, punted twice on the day, placing both inside the WCU 20-yard line, and kicked off five times, averaging 64.6 yards per kicked and recording four touchbacks to run his season total to 30 on 46 kickoffs. Atkins scored eight points on the afternoon, converting both point-after attempts and going 2-for-3 on field-goal tries.

He connected from 55 yards in the first quarter to match the school record for distance and extend his own school mark to 18 consecutive field-goal makes before a bad snap on a 33-yard attempt brought that streak to a halt. Atkins rebounded with a 40-yard make on the final play of the first half to send the Paladins into the break with a 13-7 lead. Other nominees: Jacob Godek (The Citadel), Colin Brewer (Chattanooga) and Luke Carter (Wofford). - Southern Conference Football


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  Devin Wynn scored on a 1-yard run three seconds into the fourth quarter and Grayson Atkins set a Southern Conference record with his 15th straight field goal as Furman held off East Tennessee State 17-10 on Saturday. The Paladins (3-2, 2-0), ranked 15th in the FCS coaches' poll, used a nine-play, 80-yard drive to take a 7-0 first-quarter lead. Corey Watkins ran 30 yards on first down and Darren Grainger capped the drive with a 15-yard TD toss to Ryan DeLuca. Grayson pushed Furman's lead to 10-0 with his record-setting 28-yard field goal at 13:18 of the second quarter.

The Buccaneers (2-3, 0-2) pulled within 10-7 by halftime when Artevius Smith forced a Watkins fumble that was recovered by ETSU's Jason Maduafokwa at the Furman 33-yard line. Quay Holmes' 26-yard run set up a 6-yard scoring run by Cameron Lewis. East Tennessee State tied the game at 10 on Tyler Keltner's 34-yard field goal with 5:47 left in the third quarter. Grainger jump-started the game-winning drive with a 40-yard pass to DeLuca, giving the Paladins a first down at the Buccaneers 11. DeMarcus Clay ended ETSU's final drive with an interception with 6:17 to go. - AP College Football


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  SEPT 23/WEEK 4 SOCON SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Grayson Atkins, Jr., K, Inman, S.C.,...Furman do-everything kicker Grayson Atkins earned his second nod of the season after an all-around impressive day in a 45-10 conference win over Mercer on Saturday. Atkins kicked a 41-yard field goal in the fourth quarter to extend his school record for consecutive makes to 14 and went 6-for-6 on PATs on the afternoon to personally account for nine points.

The junior from Inman, South Carolina, also punted twice for an average of 51.0 yards, highlighted by a 69-yard boot, the second-longest of his career, that pinned the Bears at their own 6-yard line. Atkins also kicked off seven times for 63.6 yards per attempt, notching four touchbacks as he neutralized a Mercer return unit that had averaged 36 yards per return entering the contest but managed just 17.3 on the day. Other nominees: Matt Campbell (The Citadel), Tyler Keltner (ETSU), Montrell Washington (Samford), Colin Brewer (Chattanooga) and Luke Carter (Wofford). - Southern Conference Football


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  SEPT 2/WEEK 1 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Grayson Atkins, Furman, Jr., K, Inman, S.C.,..Furman All-American kicker Grayson Atkins excelled in all three aspects of the kicking game in the 17th-ranked Paladins' 46-13 win over Charleston Southern on Saturday. The junior from Inman, South Carolina, averaged 45.0 yards on four punts, booting a pair over 50 yards and putting two inside the Bucs' 10-yard line.

Atkins also kicked off eight times for a career-best 65.6 yards per kick, notching six touchbacks, and put eight points on the scoreboard, going 5-for-5 on extra-point tries and nailing a 39-yard field goal in the second quarter to extend his current streak to 12 straight conversions, tying the school record. Seven of those 12 have come from 39 yards or more and four have been from 50-plus. Other nominees: Matthew Campbell (The Citadel), Garrett Taylor (ETSU), David Durden (Mercer), Mitchell Fineran (Samford) and Colin Brewer (Chattanooga). - SoCon Football


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  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT ALL-FCS FIRST TEAM: Grayson Atkins, Furman, Jr.,...Atkins fashioned a superb sophomore season in 2018, converting 11-of-13 field goals, four of which covered 50+ yards. The Inman, S.C., native missed his first two attempts in 2018 before finishing the campaign with 11 consecutive makes, just one shy of the Furman record. He also served as the Paladins' punter, averaging 42.8 yards per attempt, and recorded 29 kickoff touchbacks, nearly twice as many as his nearest league competitor. - Furman Football

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  2019 PRESEASON SOUTHERN CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): PK Grayson Atkins, Jr., Furman,...Atkins joined Adrian Hope in earning second team AP All-America honors in 2018 after converting 11-of-13 field goals, including four from 50+ yards. The Inman, S.C., product heads into the 2019 season riding a streak of 11 consecutive made field goals, just one shy of the Furman standard. - Furman Football

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