Jacob Zuhr has officially signed on to play football at Wake Forest, joining Noah Turner as the second long snapper on the roster with the graduation of Dayton Diemel. Zuhr is a 6-0, 205 pound long snapper from Hagerty High School in Oviedo, Florida. He is rated as a two-star prospect by 247sports. They rank him as the 3446 overall ranked recruit in the nation, the 10th best long snapper, and the 368th best overall player in the state of Florida in the class of 2020. Zuhr committed to the Deacs on November 3, 2019 over an offer from Florida State, and also had interest at one time from Florida and South Carolina. He was recruited by Wayne Lineburg, the special teams coach, which makes sense given that he is a long snapper.
After a great meeting with @CoachClawson and @WayneLineburg I am excited to announce that I have received a scholarship offer and I have COMMITTED to Wake Forest University. #GoDeacs Thank you @TheChrisRubio @Hagerty_FB for everything. pic.twitter.com/2EeJ4GsNB0— Jacob Zuhr (@JacobZuhr) November 3, 2019
Hopefully Zurh and Turner are able to push each other to be better in the competition for the long snapper spot.
Welcome to Wake Forest, Jacob and GO DEACS!