Aggie Snapshot: K Taylor Bertolet 

June, 17, 2013
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During the summer, GigEmNation will take a closer look at returning starters and other key players on the two-deep for Texas A&M -- excluding the Aggies' 2013 recruiting class -- that could make notable impact this fall in our Aggie Snapshot series. Starting with No. 1 De'Vante Harris, the series will follow the roster numerically through our final analysis of No. 95 Julien Obioha.

No. 24 Taylor Bertolet
Sophomore kicker


Impact thus far: As a redshirt freshman, Bertolet was 13-of-22 on field goals (59.1 percent). On point-after-touchdown kick attempts, Bertolet was 67-of-74. He handled all 103 kickoffs, averaging 63.1 yards per kick and recording 65 touchbacks. Consistency was perhaps his biggest issue. Though he showed an accurate deep leg (he was 3-for-4 from 50 yards or further out), he had significant trouble from 30-49 yards, where he was 2-for-9 on field goals.


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