Purdue - Boilermakers
Carson Wiggs - #37 - PK-K
|Hometown:||Grand Prairie, TX|
|Event||Ht||Wt||Hand||Arm||Wing||Wonderlic||40 yard||BP||BJ||VJ||20s||60s||3 Cn|
|03/09/2012 Purdue Pro Day||6-0 7/8||220||8 3/4||31 1/8||74 3/4||4.92||11||8'10"|
|02/29/2012 Combine||6-0 5/8||221||9 1/8||30 5/8||75 1/8|
|01/23/2012 Senior Bowl||6-0 1/2||222||8 7/8||30 5/8||75 5/8|
|03/15/2011 Junior Pro Day||6-0 7/8||214||8 7/8||31 1/8||75 3/8||5.00|
The Texas native was one of the top-ranked prep kickers in the country. He also punted and played soccer. As a true freshman in 2008, he connected on 8-of-11 field-goal attempts, with a long of 53, and 19-of-21 point-after tries. Handled kickoffs 41 times for a 58.6-yard average and three touchbacks while also punting six times for an average of 31.2 yards and placing five punts inside the 20-yard line. Hit 14-of-21 FG attempts and 40-of-41 PATs in ’09 while also handling kickoffs (63-63.4-5) and limited punting duties (4-36.5-L51-0). Kicked a 59-yard field goal against Toledo to set the school record — it was the longest FG in the country that season. Made all 27 PATs and 15-of-19 FG attempts, with a long of 52, with 54-65.2-11 on kickoffs and 22-36.4-L59-9 in ’10. Connected on 39-of-40 PATs, 19-of-25 FG attempts, with a long of 53, and 71-65.5-24 on kickoffs in ’11. Also added punting duties (23-35.0-L54-17). Finished his career as the most accurate kicker in school history at 73.7 percent (made 56-of-76 FG attempts). Team captain.Positives:
Has a big leg with deep range. Handled placekicks, kickoffs and punts. Confident. Showed well at the Senior Bowl. Good character — hardworking and well-respected by teammates and coaches.Negatives:
Average lift and rise. Had potential game-winner at Rice blocked. Limited experience in pressure situations.Summary:
Versatile, strong-legged kicker with range of 60-plus yards. Senior season earned him an opportunity.
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