Punahou’s Horn sold on Washington

Punahou's Tim Horn was named the kicking MVP at the GPA football clinic and is now committed to the University of Washington.

Punahou placekicker Timothy Horn, the No. 3-rated kicker in the country according to Chris Sailer Kicking, announced on Twitter Monday that he has committed to Washington.

Horn is the third player from Hawaii to commit to the Huskies in the class of 2019, joining Kahuku linebacker Miki Ah You and Kaimuki lineman Sama Pa’ama.

Horn’s player review by Chris Sailer reads: Tim is a fantastic kicking prospect. He is a big time athlete with one of the strongest legs in his class. Kicks with excellent technique and consistency. He hits a big time D1 ball off the ground. He is smooth accurate and has 55+ yard range. Kickoffs are strong, D1 ready. He drives the ball deep with big hang time. Also a capable punter. Tim is a great competitor that does his best under pressure. He has proven time and time again that he is one of the very best. A fine young man that is always a pleasure to work with. Look for Tim to dominate the 2018 off season and pick up multiple D1 offers.

Horn also had offers from Army and Hawaii.

He was offered the scholarship from Washington on the same day he won the kicking specialist MVP at the GPA camp last month at Kamehameha. He talked to Hawaii Prep World’s Paul Honda, which you can watch below.

The Huskies currently only have one kicker on scholarship.

For an updated recruiting list of players from Hawaii, click here.

COMMENTS

  1. ??? July 3, 2018 10:34 am

    Huskies getting some love from da 808 Kids🤙🏽


  2. mctruck July 5, 2018 4:37 am

    Coach Petersen is such a likable person that it’s hard to say, no. Great coach and staff. Another Jason Elam in the making.


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