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Southeast Bulloch senior, Cole Snyder signs athletic scholarship to Georgia Military College

SEB senior kicker inks college intent to Georgia Military College. Fourth signee from Bulloch County to do so.

BROOKLET – Southeast Bulloch senior football kicker, Cole Snyder is the fourth Bulloch County athlete to sign to Georgia Military College. It’s no secret that this junior college is known for its ability to take players, build and nourish their skills, and send them to top colleges and universities where they can flourish. Many athletes would be lucky to have a chance to play at the next level and Cole Snyder is happy that he was blessed with this opportunity.

“I’m excited to be able to go and play college football,” Snyder said. “That’s the biggest thing, being able to go to college and get an education while playing football and then hopefully take it to another level.”

Over his career at Southeast Bulloch, Cole Snyder had:

  • 85 punts: averaging over 40 yards per punt
  • 22 punts inside the 20 yard line
  • 22 of his 85 were over 50 yards
  • 74 kickoffs with 11 touchbacks
  • Scored 77 total points
  • Had 44 of 47 PATs (Points after Touchdown)
  • 11 for 16 on field goals (in his whole career)
  • Perfect in his senior season


His parents, coaches and mentors could be more proud of him to have this moment and this opportunity too.

“I’m just proud of the young man he is, and how he carries himself,” Angela Snyder, Cole Synder’s mother said.

“The way he approached his craft earned a lot of respect from his teammates,” said head football coach, Jared Zito. “Everyday Cole would be out to practice before the rest of the team, he had his group of kickers and punters and ran that group himself and they worked consistently and constantly throughout practice. And at the end of practice, as a good teammate, he would do a lot of our video work at the end of practice.”

Snyder was just an overall good teammate and such a coachable player. So when he had a bad kick or a bad punt, teammates and coaches rallied around him and gave him the encouragement he needed to do and be better the next time he went out onto the field and that is a testament to the culture of the Yellow Jacket Football team and Southeast Bulloch as a school.