Seventeen-year-old Drew Galitz is headed to Baylor after he graduates from high school next year, and it looks like coach Art Briles' already potent offense may never have to punt again with a field goal kicker like this on the bench.

By Extra Mustard
October 14, 2014

Seventeen-year-old Drew Galitz is headed to Baylor after he graduates from high school next year, and it looks like coach Art Briles' already potent offense may never have to punt again with a field goal kicker like this on the bench.

Galitz hits this massive field goal in practice, but Baylor fans should be pretty happy knowing their incoming kicker has the ability to crush one from over two-thirds of the field away from the uprights.

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The school's current record for longest field goal has been held by Bubba Hicks since he made a 60-yard attempt against Rice in 1975.

-Brendan Maloy

 

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