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38   Harris, Jacob
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Height: 5'8
Weight: 130
Class: Alumni

Birthday: 3/20/1999
GPA: 2.90
Favorite Class: Visual Art
Favorite Teacher: Mrs. Kandros
What Does Commando Football Mean To You: COMMANDO football means coming together as a group of responsible young men to work hard.

Jacob had an excellent career as a kicker for the COMMANDOS being the team’s kicker for kickoffs and field goals in each of the past two seasons while also earning the job at punter in 2016.  Ended his career with 86 made extra points on 91 attempts including being true on 47 straight at the end of the 2015 season into the beginning of the 2016 season.  That streak of 47 consecutive made PAT’s is the longest in HHS history.  He connected on 7 of the 11 field goals that he tried with a career long of 43 yards coming during the 2015 season.  Had 14 punts that netted 461 yards.  He was 2nd team ‘ALL-COUNTY’ in 2015 while also winning the teams ‘SPECIALTY PLAYER OF YEAR’ for that season.  He was also voted by his teammates of the ‘MOST VALUABLE SPECIALTY PLAYER’ during his freshman season when he helped the Freshman team to a perfect 9-0 record.  He was a hard worker that always wanted to do his best to help the team, and the team will miss his service.

2016-Did a great job for the team, earning the spot to handle the teams kickoff duties, field goals, PAT’s, and was the top punter.  Missed 3 games during the season due to injury and after returning to action, he took care of kickoffs and PAT’s.  Ended the season with 27 made extra points on 30 attempts, was 2 for 4 on field goals, and punted 14 times.  Was the team’s punter during the first 3 games of the season prior to his injury where he netted 461 yards of field position for the COMMANDOS.  His most productive game as a punter came against Cane Ridge when he punted 5 times for 156 yards that included his career long punt of 43 yards.  Attempted field goals against McGavock, Siegel, and Beech.  Connected on a 23 yard field versus McGavock while hitting a season long 25 yard field goal in the Siegel game.  Hit his first 11 extra points of the season giving him 47 consecutive PAT’s made before missing one against Cane Ridge.  His 47 consecutive made PAT’s is the longest streak of made extra points in HHS football history.  Hit PAT’s against McGavock, Siegel, Cane Ridge, Beech, Hillsboro, Glencliff, and Hunters Lane.  Tied his career best going 6 for 6 on PAT’s against Glencliff.


2015-Had an excellent season for Hendersonville, handling all of the kicking duties.  He kicked the ball off for the COMMANDOS, as well as kicked for extra points and field goals.  He finished the season missing only one PAT, finishing with 51 makes on 52 attempts, and connected on his last 36 extra points.  He also was 5 for 7 on field goal attempts with a long of 43 yards.  He was named 2nd team ‘ALL-COUNTY’ for his play throughout the season as well as winning the team award for ‘SPECIALTY PLAYER OF THE YEAR’.  He made at least one PAT in all 12 games including going for a career high 6 for 6 against Cane Ridge, Gallatin, and Glencliff.  His lone miss of the season was in the team’s 30-16 victory over Beech.  He attempted field goals in 6 different games being true on 5 of his 7 attempts.  He made a career long 43 yard field goal against McGavock, hit a 41 yarder against Beech, made a 32 yarder against Station Camp, 23 yarder versus Glencliff, and a 22 yarder against Hunters Lane.  He missed a 41 yard attempt versus Cane Ridge and missed a 24 yard attempt against Station Camp.  He also ended the season with 2 tackles on kickoffs.  He was credited with one tackle against Cane Ridge and added one versus East Nashville.


2014-Played on the JV team while getting the opportunity to kick 9 extra points for the District 9-AAA Champion COMMANDOS.  He connected on 8 his 9 PAT’s during the season.  He kicked 2 PAT’s versus both Hunters Lane and Portland.  He was perfect against the Warriors and was 1 of 2 against Portland.  He also had 1 extra point against Wilson Central, Lebanon, Brentwood, Gallatin, and Independence.


2013-Was the Freshman teams kicker and helped them to an undefeated season that was capped off with a 33-30 win over the previously undefeated Oakland Patriots in the Freedom Bowl.  He was very coachable and worked hard to do everything that was asked of him.  For his play throughout the season, he was voted as the teams ‘Most Valuable Specialty Player’.  He wore jersey #30 for the Freshman COMMANDOS.




Rushing Fumbles
Att Yards Avg Long TD FUM Lost
2 -41 -20.5 -15 0 1 0


Defense
Tackles Interceptions Fumbles
Total Solo Asst Sack SFTY Hurries TFL YL Ints Passes Defensed DTD FF FR
2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


Overall FGs PAT Kickoffs
Blk Lng FG Att FGM Pct XP Att XPM Pct KO Avg Ret Avg
0 43 11 7 63.64% 91 86 94.51% 0 - 0 -


Punter
Punts Yds Net Yds Lng Avg Net Avg Blk OOB Dn In 20 TB Ret RetY TD
14 461 461 43 32.93 32.93 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0




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Hancock, Nate
Nate Hancock
DB / RB

Height: 5'11
Weight: 175
Class: Senior
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2018 Schedule
8/17 Blackman Home -
8/24 Centennial Away -
8/31 Station Camp Home -
9/7 Beech Away -
9/14 Lebanon Home -
9/21 Franklin Away -
9/28 Wilson Cetral (HC) Home -
10/5 Gallatin Home -
10/12 BYE Home -
10/19 Rossview Away -
10/26 Mt. Juliet Away -
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