Blake Haubeil


Player profile

  • Height 6-3
  • Weight 230
  • Hometown Buffalo, N.Y.
  • Last School Canisius
  • Year Senior

Honors & Awards
• Is a two-time OSU Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten honoree
• Third team All-Big Ten (2019, coaches and media)

Ohio State Overview
• In his first full season handling all of Ohio State’s kicking duties (field goals and kickoffs), Haubeil established himself as one of the best specialists in the Big Ten.
• Was 13-of-15 on field goals and made all 85 of his extra points.
• Kicked a career-long 55-yard field goal at Northwestern, the second longest in Ohio State history and the ninth longest in all of college football in 2019.
• The following week vs. Wisconsin, made a 49-yarder – in the rain – to give Ohio State a 3-0 second-quarter lead.
• Made 10 consecutive field to finish the season, including all three in the College Football Playoff Semifinal game vs. Clemson and two in the Big Ten Championship Game against Wisconsin.
• Was three-for-three on field goals from 40-49 yards.
• Haubeil’s 85 extra points where the second most in the nation.
• Enters his senior season 23-of-28 in career field goal attempts and 122-of-122 on extra points for 191 total points.
• Handled all of the kickoff responsibilities the past three years, 302 in all with 77 touchbacks and nine out of bounds.
• Took over all placements midway through his sophomore season of 2018 and converted on 10 of 13 field goals and all 37 of his extra point attempts for 67 total points.

More on Blake
• Haubeil was one of the top kickers in his 2017 class of prospects with national rankings of No. 2 by 247Sports, No. 3 by Scout and No. 4 by Rivals.
• Was named to the USA Today all-USA first-team offense as a senior.
• Named a USA Today first-team all-New York state pick in both 2015 and 2016.
• A two-time first-team all-Western New York performer, Haubeil was 17-of-22 for his career in field goals with a long of 61 yards and he was 89-of-91 on extra points for a total of 119 points.
• His 61-yard field goal came during his junior season in a three-point win over Buffalo South Park and is the second-longest in New York state history.
• Set a Monsignor Martin Athletic Association record by hitting 56-of-56 extra points as a senior, including six in the Crusaders’ state Catholic High School Association championship game win over Cardinal Hayes.
• Hit six-of-nine field goals with a long of 56 yards in 2016 and 53 of his 76 kickoffs went for touchbacks.
• All-East Region by PrepStar.
• Honorable mention all-state Class B at Amherst High School before transferring to Canisius for his final two seasons.
• Is the son of Brooke and Rik Haubeil.