What? You want me to bow down to this kid's foot strength or something? Is that what we do now? Honor people who value their impressive acts of athleticism over winning? I'm not saying that a 73 yard net punt isn't praiseworthy. I'm just saying it's not as effective as a 93 yard net punt. Too bad this dude is more concerned with ohhh's and ahhh's than he is with field position. Got a leg that could put the ball in the next county, but his opponent would still be waiting at their 20 after some poor schlub went to retrieve it. Hey kid, give me one successful coffin corner and you won't have to worry about your career getting put in a casket after you graduate high school. He's like the Jay Cutler of teenage punters. All power, no accuracy. He's like the wide receiver that's constantly trying to make one handed catches when he doesn't have to. More worried about aesthetics than efficiency. Could have easily took a little off it and put his opposition at risk of a safety, but just wanted to be able to brag to his friends that he can reach one end zone from the other while smoking some pot in his neighbor's basement. Pretty selfish if you ask me. I don't want to put a label on a kid before he attends his first frat party, but - as a general rule of thumb - college programs aren't looking for a punter that's a "me player". Placement over power son. Remember that next time you want to add a highlight to the reel.
P.S. If I were Rutgers I wouldn't have waited until the ball stopped bouncing to give this kid a scholarship. With the amount of punting they have been doing this season, adding talent at the position should be priority numero uno.