Mike Hay, Ball State


LS - Hay, Mike, Ball State 07
Class: 07
Hometown: Coldwater, OH
High School: Coldwater High School
Height / Weight: 6’0 244
Position: LS

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Scouting (Staff): Personally Training with Paul Assad, Pro College Football Player Development and Scouting comments: Very accurate, dependable long snapper. Ball is easy to catch. Could improve velocity. Size may be a question mark but overall could be a solid prospect.

NFL: Invited to the Chicago Bears in a mini camp (2007).

COLLEGE: Played in all 46 games during the four seasons as the long snapper. Responsibility included snapping for punts, field goals and extra points. Had a career high three tackles against Iowa. During the career at Ball State, snapped to current New York Jets Punter Reggie Hodges, snapped to current Spokane Shock kicker Brian Jackson and snapped for current pro prospect Chris Miller. Also had the opportunity to snap for a school record of 40 consecutive extra points. As a senior received the John Magnabash Senior Award.

2006 – As a senior, played in all 12 games as the team long snapper and earned his 4th varsity letter. He was credited with five tackles on the season.

2005 - As a junior, played in all 11 games as the team long snapper and earned his 3rd varsity letter. He was credited with six tackles on the season.

2004 - As a sophomore, played in all 11 games as the team long snapper and earned 2nd varsity letter. He was credited with four tackles on the season.

2003 - As a freshman played, in all 12 games and earn first letter. He was credited with three tackles on the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three letters in football for Coach John Reed and also earned two letters in baseball. Football: Helped team to an 11-1 overall record in 2002, helped team to an 8-0 mark in the Midwest Athletic Conference and a league championship as a senior. Named all-conference and all-state as a senior, helped Coldwater to a state runner-up finish as a sophomore and the district championship as a junior. Baseball: Helped team to a 16-10 mark as a senior and a 39-17 record in two years . . . all-conference as a junior.