Brett Jaekle, Nevada K - P


Brett Jaekle, Nevada K - P
# 13
Place Kicker - PK
Height: 6-4 Weight: 210 Senior 09
Previous Affiliations
Bonanza HS - Las Vegas, NV
Hometown - Las Vegas, Nev.

General Area Workouts for Pro Teams: Reno or Las Vegas - can showcase at both Pro College Football Events by General Area Rule.

Scouting (Staff):
Pro College Football Player Development and Scouting comments: Has trained with Paul Assad. Very accurate kicker, First Team WAC Selection. Kicked off well in the elevation. Clutch in the Miami game with 4 field goals. Still developing technique and leg speed could be a player to watch and outsanding CFL prospect can punt decent in games.

Nevada- Returns for his senior year to handle the place-kicking duties again for the Wolf Pack ... Coming off a strong junior campaign during which he set career highs in field goals (16), PATs (51) and points (99) ... Enters 2008 ranked fourth in career scoring (256 points), fifth in career field goals (36) and third in career PATs (148) ... Has been named to Phil Steele’s Preseason All-WAC second team ... Might also handle the punting duties for the Pack this season.

2007: Continued his emergence as one of the best place kickers in the WAC by leading the conference in field goals with 16 and 1.23 per game ... Ranked 49th in the nation in field goals per game ... Hit 16 of his 21 attempts, including a career-long 50-yarder in victory over in-state rival and hometown school UNLV ... His 16 field goals ranks eight-best in single-season Nevada history ... Hit 51 of 54 PAT attempts, the fifth-best single-season in school history ... Made a field goal in 11 straight games in 2007 and 12 straight dating back to 2006 bowl game but saw streak come to an end against Louisiana Tech as he did not have an attempt.
2006: Connected on 47 of 51 extra-point attempts ... Hit 4 of 7 field goals during the regular season with a season long of 36 yards against UNLV ... Connected on a career-best four field goals against Miami in the MPC Computers Bowl, including a career-long 44-yarder ... The four field goals made were the most attempted and the most made in a single game during the 2006 WAC season ... Converted 72.7 percent of his field goal attempts during the season ... Recovered an onside kick against Utah State.
2005: Earned honorable-mention Freshman All-America honors from the Sporting News ... won the starting placekicking job as a walk-on redshirt freshman ... led the team and ranked third in the WAC in scoring at 7.2 points per game (86 points) ... converted 80.0 percent of his field goals (12-15) to rank third in the league ... was also third in the WAC in PATs at 94.3 percent, converting 50 of 53 attempts ... connected on all three of his field goal attempts in a win over Louisiana Tech with a long of 36 yards, including the go-ahead score ... also made three field goals in Nevada's victory over UNLV ... drilled a then career-long 40-yarder in the upset of then 16th-ranked Fresno State.
2004: Redshirted in his first year at Nevada.High SchoolA graduate of Bonanza High School in Las Vegas, Nev. ... Two-sport standout, lettering three times in football and basketball ... Earned all-state honors as a junior and senior in football.PersonalBorn Nov. 4, 1985 in Las Vegas. ... Parents are George Jaekle and Lorry Kristal ... Enjoys playing Xbox and Playstation2, listening to music and surfing the internet ... Lists Terrell Owens as his sports hero ... Majoring in general studies with minors in health ecology and education ... Younger brother Ben is a kicker at UNLV.
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