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Name: Gunnar Royer (Transfer from Indiana PA)
College: Baylor     Number: 40
Height: 6-2   Weight: 230
Position: LS  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2021

40 Low: 4.78
   40 Time: 4.87
  40 High: 4.98
Projected Round:   Stock:    

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Height: 6016
Weight: 230

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Gunnar Royer, Baylor, Player News

  05/06/20 - LS Gunnar RoyerrSr/2021, Baylor, 6-2, 230 (DS#13 LS) + More +

  Ross Matiscik and Gunnar Royer never thought about long snapping as an avenue to the NFL when they were high school seniors trying to figure out where to play college football. Overlooked by FBS schools, their first priorities were proving themselves as defensive players. But after long snapping at Baylor for the last four years, Matiscik will get his shot to play in the NFL for the Jacksonville Jaguars after agreeing to a free agent contract on April 25. Next year, Royer hopes to be in a similar position. Looking to increase his exposure to the NFL, Royer recently signed with Baylor as a graduate transfer after long snapping for Indiana University of Pennsylvania, an NCAA Division II school.

Royer jumped on the radar of FBS schools when he was rated the best graduate transfer long snapper in the country after averaging .65 seconds per snap at a Kohl's Kicking Camp in January at IMG Academy in Florida. Both Baylor special teams coordinator Matt Powledge and head coach Dave Aranda were impressed with what they saw, and offered him a scholarship. "I know I'm good enough to play D-I," Royer said. "Just going through the whole process, the Baylor coaches really created a relationship with me. Instead of calling me one time, they stayed in contact with me and that made the difference." - Waco Tribune Herald


(DS#13 LS) rSr/2021 LS Gunnar RoyerBaylor
News Source: Waco Tribune Herald
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