Rutgers senior punter Adam Korsak had a lot of NFL eyes upon him this week in Mobile, Alabama at the Senior Bowl.
Korsak, who was awarded the Ray Guy Award in December for the best punter in college football had three punts for 107 yards, averaging 35.7 yards per punt. Two of his punts were in the red zone, and one was 45 yards long.
The Best In The World 🪓 @AdamKorsak | @seniorbowl pic.twitter.com/dp6bWYc9Ap— Rutgers Football (@RFootball) February 4, 2023
Adam Korsak 45-yd punt .. Jayden Reed fair catch at the NAT 19#National 14 #American 3 2ɴᴅ #SeniorBowl pic.twitter.com/kSklvvH8R9— Sᴘᴏʀᴛs 24/7 (@Sports_24x7_) February 4, 2023
Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano has called Korsak the best punter he has been around, and many believe he will be the first punter taken in the NFL Draft come April. Where will Korsak land? We’ll have to wait and see. The NFL Draft is April 27 through the 29th in Kansas City.
Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano called punter Adam Korsak the best he’s ever been around and it’s difficult to argue with that assessment.— Oliver Hodgkinson (@ojhodgkinson) February 2, 2023
Out in Mobile solidifying his status as the number one punter in the ‘23 #NFLDraft class… pic.twitter.com/OHyO4x4GMj