SEMO’s long snapper, Brandon Gabbard, is getting the attention of some NFL scouts, according to the Southeast Missourian.
Head coach Tony Samuel told the paper he’s received several inquiries about the senior, who has been the long snapper for every Southeast game since arriving on campus.
“He might be one of the best all-around athletes on the team,” Samuel told Marty Mishow at the Southeast Missourian. “For a long time he was our second-best punter.”
Gabbard told Mishow that coaches have been talking to him about possible opportunity.
“I’ve had a couple of coaches here talk to me about it. I’m going to give it an attempt. It never hurts to try.”
According to Gabbard’s profile in this year’s SEMO Media Guide, Gabbard attended Mountain Ridge High School in Phoenix, and snapped to UCLA punter Jeff Locke during his prep career.