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ZACH KMITCH - Frontier Senior HS (Hamburg, NY)

Sports:  Football

Height: 6'6"        Weight:  175lbs

Position:  QB       Year:  Class of 2016

40-Time:  4.85

High School:  Frontier Senior HS

GPA: 3.1     ACT: N/A       SAT:  N/A

Counselor:   Brendan McDermott   

Career Interests:   Communications

Awards / Accomplishments:  MaxPreps Player of the Week

Camps Attended:  Youngstown Elite 7 on 7 Camp / Sirianni

Bio:  I've been playing football for as long as I can remember. My father taught me at a young age how to play, and I started playing little loop football when I was 6. School is most important to me, and comes before any sports.

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Personal Information

Coach's Name:  Joseph Fasciana
Coach's Email Address:
Coach's Telephone Number: (716) 926-1720 ext. 2175

Parent / Guardian's Name: Samantha and Richard
Parent / Guardian's Email Address:
Parent / Guardian's Telephone Number: (716) 474-9190 / (716) 913-9133

School Address:

4432 Bayview Road

Hamburg, NY 14075

Office:  (716) 926-1720    Fax:  (716) 646-2195


Home Address:

3934 Sharondale Dr
Hamburg, NY  14075




High School Sophomore Season (Varsity)



Kala Gause

Beyond Athletics Scouting Recruiting Analyst

June 18, 2014

Zach Kmitch - Standing at 6'6 playing the QB position for Frontier Senior HS (Varsity), without a doubt, Zach Kmitch passes the initial eye test for any scout or coach.  What is scary is that he was only a sophomore when I met him for the first time and had to look up at him.  I asked him, "how old are you?"  He replied, "I am 15 years old coach."  From that point on I had my eye on him as he performed on the NLB Bats 7v7 Team out of Western, NY.

What I observed was, Kmitch is quite the athlete, and he appeared to have very good knowledge of the game, his reads were most impressive, and he had pretty good form and technique. Kmitch displayed a very strong arm, and at such a young age his long-range accuracy will improve as he matures physically.  Not that his accuracy was bad, he was just more accurate throwing short to mid-range passes.  Overall I was very impressed with his ability to play QB.

Kmitch also showed off his speed and ability to play at the WR position as he blew by mis-matched defenders using a long stride and decent route-running multiple times.  With a little bit of weight, Kmitch could also potentially prospect at the next level as a TE.  This kid understands the game very well, and is bound to catch the eye of many college recruiters as he visits more camps and combines.  Get to know the name....Zach Kmitch.  You will not be disappointed!