Bergen Catholic NJ football Logan Rager has launched a long-running business in the snapper industry

In a split second, teen Logan Rager tapped his footballing passion into a successful business, licensing deal and admission to an Ivy League school.

Rager, who was named the first high school player of the year 2022, finished his high school career as part of the undefeated Bergen Catholics last fall. He accepted an offer to continue his football career at Princeton.

Rager started a business this year called LSL elite, training players from fourth grade to college how to accurately pick up soccer for a gambler or racket in less than a second.

“When my high school career ended, I realized I wanted to tackle something else,” said Rager, who will celebrate his 19th birthday in August. “I wanted to create a long-term business out of it.”

Logan Rager earned All-America honors as a Bergen Catholic long snapper in 2021 and will continue at Princeton University in 2022.

With a greater focus on special teams from high school, to college, to the NFL, elite tall snappers are now sought after. In the NFL, a long-running snapper, on the field for about six to 12 games for kicks, field goals, and bonus points, can earn more than a million dollars a year.

Rager wants to get hooked in the NFL. His “LSL” stands for “Long Snapping Logan,” and the 6-foot-205-pounder Secaucus has trained nearly 20 players in Franklin Lakes, Fairfield and Middletown.

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