Mike Weaver
Mike  Weaver

RS Senior

Pine City, NY

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 190




Deacs Drop Regular Season Finale to Duke, 31-23

John Wolford recorded 239 yards of offense to set the single-season record for total offensive yards with 3,407


No. 25 Florida State Surpasses Wake Forest Late, 26-19

The Seminoles scored a touchdown in the final minute of the game to break a tie and earn the victory.


Weaver Named to Lou Groza Watch List

Senior Mike Weaver named to the Lou Groza Award watch list, presented annually to the top kicker in the country


Deacs Defeat No. 23 Temple to Win Military Bowl

Wake Forest earns its first bowl title since 2008 with a 34-26 victory, the first over a ranked team in five years.


No. 4 Clemson Defeats Wake Forest, 35-13

Jessie Bates III, Marquel Lee and Josh Okonye each tallied 12 tackles in the losing effort.


2017 Belk Bowl

Wake Forest played Texas A&M in the 2017 Belk Bowl, held on Dec. 29 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C.


Florida State @ Wake Forest

Florida State @ Wake Forest


Wake Forest at Boston College

Wake Forest at Boston College - Sept. 9, 2017


Wake Forest vs. Clemson

The Wake Forest Demon Deacons played the No. 4 Clemson Tigers on Saturday, Nov. 19 at BB&T Field.


Wake Forest vs. Syracuse

Wake Forest battled on Oct. 8, 2016 at BB&T Field.

Mike Weaver Profile

2016 (Redshirt Junior)
Capped his junior season by earning first team All-ACC honors from the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association ... Converted 21 of 27 field goal attempts and all 28 PATs for a team-high 91 points ... The 91 points tie for the fifth-most in a season by a Deacon ... His 21 made field goals were the second-most in a season by a Wake Forest kicker ... Banked in a 34-yard field goal off the left goal post to give Wake a 10-point lead at Duke (9/10) ... Hit a 42-yard field goal vs. Delaware ... Filled in at punter against Delaware and Indiana ... Had just a single punt vs. the Blue Hens for 49 yards ... Had nine punts for a 40.3 average vs. the Hoosiers including a 57-yarder and three kicks inside the 20 ... Against Indiana, converted on field goals of 46 and 30 yards ... Tied his career-high with three field goals at NC State (10/1) ... Converted from 34, 29 and 41 yards ... Extended string to seven consecutive made FG by making his first two at FSU from 34 and 29 yards ... Streak ended with missed 40-yarder vs. Seminoles ... Connected on field goals of 37 and 34 yards vs. Army West Point (10/29) ... Was good from 46 and 36 yards in 27-20 win over Virginia (11/5) ... Connected on all four field goal attempts at Louisville (11/12) to give Wake Forest a 12-0 lead over the Cardinals ... Was good from 37, 45, 33 and 38 yards ... Made field goals of 42 and 23 yards against Clemson (11/19) that extended his streak of successful field goal attempts to seven ... Finished the year with 28 consecutive PATs made and enters 2017 with a string of 31 consecutive PAT’s made ... Added 1.6 yards to average kickoff in 2016 and increased his touchbacks from 20 to 32 ... Finished 10th in the ACC in scoring with 91 points in 13 games ... Seventh in the ACC in kick scoring ... Was one of just two kickers in the ACC to be perfect on PATs in 2016 ... Tied for the league lead with 21 field goals made ... His 77.8 percent accuracy rate was fifth in the ACC ... Made 14 of 18 field goal attempts vs. ACC foes ... On the field for 127 snaps including a high of 19 vs. Indiana.

2015 (Redshirt Sophomore)
His 26 career field goals ranks him sixth in school history ... Kicked the game-winning 47-yard field goal into a stiff wind at Army for a 17-14 win as time expired ... Also added the lone points in a 3-0 win at Boston College (10/10) with a 25-yard third quarter field goal ... Has three game-winning field goals in his first two seasons ... Matched his career-high with three field goals vs. Florida State (10/3) ... Kicked at least one field goal in each of the first six games of the season

2014 (Redshirt Freshman)
Finished the season by making 15 of 19 field goals and leading the team in scoring with 64 points ... Was seventh in the ACC in field goals made per game at 1.25 ... Was fifth in the ACC in field goal percentage at 78.9 percent ... Named honorable mention Freshman All-American by College Football News ... Converted the first 10 field goal attempts of his career to set a record for the best start in school history by a kicker ... His first miss came from 54 yards vs. Clemson in Week 9 ... Kicked the game-winning field goals in a 6-3 double overtime win vs. Virginia Tech on Nov. 22 ... Missed from 42, 37 and 37 yards in regulation but then converted a 49-yarder in the first OT and the game-winning 39-yarder in the second OT ... Had off-season foot surgery that limited his involvement in the early stages of spring practice in 2015 ... Named the club's Special Teams player of the week vs. Gardner-Webb ... Longest field goal of the year was from 50 yards vs. Clemson as time expired in the first half and gave the Deacons a 17-17 halftime tie with the Tigers.

2013 (True Freshman)
Redshirted the season ... Listed on the weekly depth chart as the team's backup punter and placekicker.

High School
A 2010 graduate of Southside High School in Elmira, N.Y. ... Was primarily a soccer player until playing just his senior year of football ... Played varsity soccer starting in the seventh grade ... Ran track and also played basketball for the Green Hornets ... Has been out of high school for three seasons while pursuing college opportunities ... Booted five field goals in just four varsity football games ... Punted six times for a 53.0 average ... Nailed a 42-yard field goal on his first career attempt in high school ... Named Southside's Special Teams Player of the Year and was invited to the Ernie Davis Senior Bowl Game ... Earned West All-Division honors in soccer in 2007 ... Won a pair of state championships while playing soccer for BC Fusion as a striker and midfielder ... Also had offers from Cincinnati and Miami (Fla.) ... Recruited by Billy Mitchell.

Son of Rick and Lori Weaver ... Born Aug. 12, 1991.