So You Didn’t Make TOP 12, What Now?

For the past few weeks, you have been waiting anxiously to see if you were going to be selected to the TOP 12 Camp.  When the first 20 selections were announced, 20 kickers / punters were ecstatic.  Hundreds of others were upset, frustrated, angry, etc…. rightfully so.  As athletes and competitors the desire to succeed should run deep.

Couple ways to look at it….

You can be upset with me for not selecting you. You can be upset with yourself for not performing when it counted. You can even find a way to blame others, but, it is ultimately on you. The only thing you can control is how hard and smart you work. Everyone in Vegas is competing for the same spots. Don’t let anybody outwork you and you will see different results.

You need to use this as motivation to make sure you perform better. This is all up to you. The choice is yours.

If you are a Kicker / Punter that strives to be the best, you want to be at that TOP 12 camp this summer. Any single athlete that has been there (scholarship Kickers / Punters, All-Americans, NFL players) will tell you it is, by far, the best camp they have ever been to in their life. What you need to do is get back on the horse. Work smarter and harder. Your opportunity is waiting for you in Las Vegas. VEGAS XXXII

At Vegas XXXII, I will choose 20 additional TOP 12 Camp Invitees.  They will join the first 20 selected at the Invite Only TOP 12 Camp this summer.   This is a true invite only camp. I do NOT just hand out invites to get people to come to it. That would give me no credibility. I choose the best because they are the best. They will represent the TOP 12 and Chris Sailer Kicking forever.

Are you one of them? Time to decide. Prove to me, and the rest of the world, that you belong.

Or don’t. THE CHOICE IS YOURS…..

 

Who will make it in 2018?

 

 

 

 

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Class of 2018/Junior College/Transfer TOP 12 Announced

Announcing the Chris Sailer Kicking TOP 12 Class of 2018/Junior College Kickers/Punters selected from Vegas XXXI (January 13-14, 2018)

George Georgopoulos (SC) – Class of 2018
#10 Ranked Punter, #25 Ranked Kicker

Parker Grothaus (OH) – Transfer
#22 Ranked Kicker

Stockton Lund (UT) – Class of 2018
#36 Ranked Kicker, #53 Ranked Punter

Devin Parker (IL) – Class of 2018
#41 Ranked Kicker

Evan Price (CO) – Class of 2018
#53 Ranked Kicker

Andrew Rodriguez (CA) – Junior College
#13 Ranked Punter, #27 Ranked Kicker

Mitch Souza (CA) – Junior College
#15 Ranked Punter

Alex Stadthaus (TX) – Class of 2018
#16 Ranked Kicker

Clayton Stewart (TX) – Class of 2018
#9 Ranked Punter, #24 Ranked Kicker

Quentin Wallace (IL) – Class of 2018
#10 Ranked Kicker

Taiten Winkel (KS) – Class of 2018
#35 Ranked Punter

Blair Zepeda (TX) – Class of 2018
#23 Ranked Kicker, #37 Ranked Punter

*Athletes selected are listed in alphabetical order by last name

TOP 12 Members were selected based on camp performance at Vegas XXXI only. Selections were made based on performance during all phases of evaluation including drill work, charting & competitions.

Congratulations! The Chris Sailer Kicking TOP 12 Membership is the most exclusive specialist group in the World. 18 current NFL starters are members of this group. Welcome!

Note: Seniors and or graduating Junior College Prospect will NOT be part of TOP 12 Camp. However, their story may be covered by our web series, depending on the director / producer’s vision. There will still be 20 players selected from the Class of 2019 or younger that will participate in the TOP 12 Camp and be featured in our web series.

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Chris Sailer Kicking, Vegas XXXI Competition Champions

Vegas XXIX – January 13-14, 2018

Camp Champions / Finals Round Results

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Kicking – Tim Horn (2019, HI)

Punting – George Georgopolous (2018, SC)

*Tim & George will receive FREE Chris Sailer Kicking Camps for 1 Full Year!

Saturday Competition Champions

Field Goal Last Man Standing Champions

Group 1 (Classes of 2020 & 2021) – Josh Bryan (2021, CA)
Group 2 (Class of 2019) – Harry Hill (2019, HI)
Group 4 (Class of 2019) – Camden Lewis (2019, NC)
Group 5 (Class of 2018, Junior College & Transfers) – Andrew Rodriguez (JC, CA)

Punt Champions (Punters Only)

Consistency – Jay Bramblett (2019, AL)
Last Man Standing – Justin Lomakin (2018, CA)
Head to Head – Porter Wilson (2019, OH)

Sunday Charting Results

Field Goal Champions:

Class of 2021: Carson Barefoot (MS), Andy Borregales (FL), David Kemp (KS) & Thomas Southey (CA)

Class of 2020: JJ Wadas (IN) & James Williams (GA)

Class of 2019: Tim Horn (HI)

Class of 2018/JC/Transfer: Jaime Medina (CA) & Kyle Sentkowski (WA)

Kickoff Champions:

Class of 2021: Josh Bryan (CA) & Bert Auburn (TX)

Class of 2020: Jacob Moraschinelli (OH)

Class of 2019: Camden Lewis (NC)

Class of 2018/JC/Transfer: Alex Stadthaus (TX)

Punt Champions:

Class of 2021: Josh Bryan (CA)

Class of 2020: James Williams (GA) & Daniel Cristiani (IN)

Class of 2019: Ben Kiernan (NC)

Class of 2018/JC/Transfer: Carson Olivas (CA)


Sunday Finals Round Results


FINALS ROUND Field Goal Results – Head to Head (20 players advanced to the FINALS)

Round 1

Hoyoung Sohn (OR) defeats Brandon Dickerson (SC)

Dean Janikowski (CA) defeats Joey Mitchell (OH)

Jackson Garcia (AZ) defeats Jack Bosman (CA)

Chris Wood (CA) defeats Camden Lewis (NC)

 

Round 2

Tim Horn (HI) defeats Hoyoung Sohn (OR)

Nolan McCord (GA) defeats Andre Mazur (OH)

Dean Janikowski (CA) defeats JJ Wadas (IN)

Will Reichard (AL) defeats James Williams (GA)

Jackson Garcia (AZ) defeats Jaime Medina (CA)

Carson Garrett (TX) defeats Nicolas Lopez (CA)

Kyle Sentkowski (WA) defeats Chris Wood (CA)

Devin Parker (IL) defeats Clay D’Amico (CA)

 

Round 3

Tim Horn (HI) defeats Nolan McCord (GA)

Will Reichard (AL) defeats Dean Janikowski (CA)

Jackson Garcia (AZ) defeats Carson Garrett (TX)

Kyle Sentkowski (WA) defeats Devin Parker (IL)

 

Round 4

Tim Horn (HI) defeats Will Reichard (AL)

Kyle Sentkowski (WA) defeats Jackson Garcia (AZ)

 

Finals

Time Horn (HI) defeats Kyle Sentkowski (WA)

 

FINALS ROUND Punting Results – Head to Head (16 players advanced to the FINALS)

 Playoff Qualifiers, (selected by Chris Sailer Kicking Staff based on the results of the entire weekend)

Class of 2020: Daniel Cristiani (IN), James Williams (GA), Jacob Moraschinelli (OH).

Class of 2019: Charles Bein (CA), Jack Bosman (CA), Jack Brady (FL), Jay Bramblett (AL), Hunter Benton (SC), Evan Davis (NC), Benjamin Donald (Australia), Ryan Fitzgerald (GA), Landon Fogleman (NC), Cade Fuller (CA), Noah Grant (OH), Michael Hayes (SC), Matthew Hoffman (CA), Ben Kiernan (NC), Jack Martin (AL), Austin McNamara (AZ), Bijan Nichols (TX), Kyle Ostendorp (AZ), Jack Oswald (CA), Nolan Parris (NC), Brandon Petruescu (CA), Will Reichard (AL), Ryan Sanborn (CA), Connor Sullivan (CA), Gavin Wale (NV), Brandon Walters (OH), Jared Wheatley (NC), Porter Wilson (OH), Joey Mitchell (OH).

Class of 2018: Dillon Bradeson (FL), Robert Faulkner (GA), George Georgopolous (SC), Carson King (CA), Justin Lomakin (CA), Stockton Lund (UT), Nathan McRoberts (MN), Clayton Stewart (TX), Andrew Vujnovich (WI), Taiten Winkel (KS), Blair Zapeda (TX).

Junior College / Transfer: Clay D’Amico (CA), Jaime Medina (CA), Carson Olivas (CA), Mitchell Souza (CA), Andrew Rodriguez (CA).

Head to Head competition narrowed the field down to 16

Round of 16:

Jay Bramblett (AL) defeats Nolan Parris (NC)

George Georgopolous (SC) defeats Ryan Sanborn (CA)

Jared Wheatley (NC) defeats Mitchell Souza (CA)

Carson Olivas (CA) defeats Taiten Winkel (KS)

Blair Zepeda (TX) defeats Will Reichard (AL)

Clayton Stewart (TX) defeats Porter Wilson (OH)

Jaime Medina (CA) defeats Evan Davis (NC)

Ben Kiernan (NC) defeats Austin McNamara (AZ)

 Quarterfinals:

George Georgopolous (SC) defeats Jay Bramblett (AL)

Mitchell Souza (CA) defeats Carson Olivas (CA)

Clayton Stewart (TX) defeats Blair Zapeda (TX)

Ben Kiernan (NC) defeats Jaime Medina (CA)

Semifinals:

George Georgopolous (SC) defeats Mitchell Souza (CA)

Ben Kiernan (NC) defeats Clayton Stewart (TX)

Finals:

George Georgopolous (SC) defeats Ben Kiernan (NC)

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The 2017 Chris Sailer Award Top 3 Finalists!

Here are your 3 finalists for The 2017 Chris Sailer Award in alphabetical order…

Jonah Lipel (2018, CA)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*13-13 FG’s (Long 43) 41-44 Extra Points (3 blocked)

 

Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*18-25 FG’s (Long 60, 52) 49-49 Extra Points

 

Fernando Ramirez (2018, GA)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*15-16 FG’s (Long 44) 52-52 Extra Points

CONGRATULATIONS to these three fine young men! They deserve it. More details to follow.

All information must be sent to Chris@ChrisSailerKicking.com by 10 pm pst on Friday, December 23rd.

The winner will be selected by the Awards Committee and presented with the trophy on Friday, January 12th at 7:00 pm at the JW Marriott Resort & Spa in Las Vegas, NV.

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The Chris Sailer Award is presented, on an annual basis, to the best national high school placekicker for that given season.
The National Placekicker of the Year is named in honor of Chris Sailer for his outstanding high school career and nearly single handedly changing the world of kicking and punting as we know it.  Chris is now the most prominent private kicking and punting  coach in World.  He has made the positions of kicking and punting  a specialty and is revered around the country through his website, as well as camps.  Through his training and development of young kickers and punter, almost 100 high school and junior college kicking & punting specialists now receive full ride scholarships each year for their skill in that position.

Chris Sailer played for Notre Dame High School (1993-1995).  He was an All-American PK and Punter. In 1994 he set the national record for most field goals in a season with 22.  Of those 22 field goals, 7 came from beyond 50 yards including success from 58, 57, 57, 54, 52, 52 and 50 yards.  Chris Sailer was rewarded with a full ride scholarship to UCLA in 1995.  He went on to earn All-American Honors as both a placekicker and punter during his time at UCLA. He was a Lou Groza Award Finalist in 1997. He set multiple records while at UCLA including longest field goal of 56 yards (still stands).  He was signed by the San Francisco 49ers and went on to enjoy an 7 year professional career.

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2017 OH Fall Camp Recap – Parker Grothaus Comes Up Big!

The Chris Sailer Kicking 2017 Fall Camp Tour made another stop this past weekend in Massilon, OH. The camp featured a fantastic indoor facility, many talented kickers/punters, and CSK’s best staff (Sailer, Obi, Aaron Perez, Chris Nendick, Drew Basil & Andrew Gantz). The camp gave us a glimpse of what to expect at Vegas XXXI. The battle to earn TOP 12 honors this year should be phenomenal. Take a look at the results.

2017 OH Fall Camp – Chris Sailer Kicking

Overall Camp Champion
Parker Grothaus (TR, ): Parker was an absolute standout from the minute the camp kicked off. The 2017 high school grad and current transfer from Incarnate Word is a big time kicking prospect. He has a huge leg and proved that he is not doubt a D1 prospect. He won the kickoff competition by hitting several balls through the uprights with 4.0+ hang time. He also hits a pure ball off the ground on field goal and has 60+ yard range. Parker is an elite transfer prospect that is going to be a fantastic addition for any college football program.

Field Goal Champion
Jacob Moraschinelli (2020, ): Jacob had an impressive performance at his first Chris Sailer Kicking camp. He has a big time leg for his age and shows outstanding future college potential. He won the field goal competition by going 7-7 with a long of 57 yards. He also does a great job on kickoff and shows potential to develop as a punter. Jacob has all the tools to be a top specialist in the 2020 class. I expect him to compete with the best of the best at Vegas XXXI and could even challenge for a TOP 12 spot.

Punt Champion
Joey Mitchell (2019, OH): Joey is an excellent combo prospect. He was solid all day on both field goal and kickoff and stepped up when it counted the most during the punt competition. He has 50+ yard range on field goal. His kickoffs average 60+ yards, with 3.7+ hang time. And his strongest skill is his punting. He beat out a very talented field of punters by averaging 40+ yards, with 4.4+ hang time. Joey punts with nice technique and is one of the most consistent 2019 prospects in the nation. Look for Joey to dominate Vegas XXXI and challenge for a TOP 12 spot.

Class of 2018 Standouts: Parker Grothaus, Quentin Wallace, Nathan McRoberts, Tripp Slyman, Drew Cassidy, Eduardo Favella, Gavin Costello, Sam Strange, Dalton Nida, Dustin Rieser, Evan Malpass

Class of 2019 Standouts: Joey Mitchell, Porter Wilson, Chris Van Eekeran, Andrew Pollina, Asa Kempton, Brandon Walters, Brayden Johnson, Carter LaCoursierse, Daniel Dietrich, Griffin Crosa, Jack Ierulli, James Turner, Keaton Hier, Mason Molique, Noah Grant, Patrick Oliva, Sam Hogan, Andrew Kempen, Brock Holman, Dylan Hilger, Ian Kristan, Jackson Griskie, Jonah Phares, Kyle Farfsing, Logan Schmidt, Luke Barresi, Matthew Detty, Michael O’Shaughnessy

Class of 2020 Standouts: Jacob Moraschinelli, Aidan Clark, Blake Edwards, Cameron Shirkey, Casey Farrell, Christian Fetters, Aidan Hosler, Angelo Quittrochi, Benjamin Popko, Carson Lehrer, Cole Bumgarner, Kyle DeRemer

Class of 2021 Standouts: Brock Froschauer, Felipe Scharff, Franklin Rogers, Jacob Coffland, Joseph Pollina, Kollin Kralapp, Ryan Heicher, Tanner Pope, Tyler Rosselli

Future Stars: Aidan Ighnat, Blake Greber

The road to Vegas XXXI continues with a final stop in Los Angeles, CA (January 6). The largest kicking, punting & long snapping camp in the World…. Vegas XXXI will take place January 12-14, 2018. Want to be a part of it? Visit ChrisSailerKicking.com for more information.

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2017 Chris Sailer Award Semi-Finalists Announced!

Announcing the semi-finalists for the 2017 Chris Sailer Award, presented to the top high school placekicker in the nation.  The 3 Finalists will be announced Thursday December 21st.  The winner will be announced   January 12, 2018 in Las Vegas, NV at the JW Marriott Hotel (Vegas XXXI headquarters).

Past winners include Wyatt Schmidt (2012), Cole Hedlund (2013), Tyler Bass (2014), Samuel Sloman (2015) and Brandon Ruiz (2016).

Introducing the 2017 Chris Sailer Award Semi-Finalists:
Griffin Cera (2018, FL) 19-24 FG’s (Long 48) (2 blocked) 46-51 Extra Points (3 blocked)
Ryan Fitzgerald
(2019, GA) 18-25 FG’s (Long 60, 52) 49-49 Extra Points
Conor MacDougall
(2018, NC) 17-19 FG’s (Long 43) 30-30 Extra Points
Cory Munson
(2019, GA) 17-23 FG’s (Long 59) 20-24 Extra Points
Fernando Ramirez
(2018, GA) 15-16 FG’s (Long 44) 52-52 Extra Points
Caden Davis
(2019, TX) 15-21 FG’s (Long 51) 63-65 Extra Points
Andrew Stein
(2019, LA) 15-22 FG’s (Long 49) 23-24 Extra Points
Parker Colburn
(2019, AL) 14-15 FG’s (Long 49) 68-69 Extra Points
Jonah Lipel
(2018, CA) 13-13 FG’s (Long 43) 41-44 Extra Points (3 blocked)
Cameron Dicker
(2018, TX) 13-17 FG’s (Long 53) 63-65 Extra Points (still playing)

 

Brandon Ruiz, 2016 Chris Sailer Award Winner started as a true freshman for Arizona State this year!


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The Chris Sailer Award is presented, on an annual basis, to the best national high school placekicker for that given season.

 The National Placekicker of the Year is named in honor of Chris Sailer for his outstanding high school career and nearly single handedly changing the world of kicking and punting as we know it.  Chris is now the most prominent kicking and punting  coach in World.  He has made the positions of kicking and punting  a specialty and is revered around the country.  Through his training and development of young kickers and punter, almost 100 high school and junior college kicking & punting specialists now receive full ride scholarships each year for their skill in that position.
Chris Sailer played for Notre Dame High School (1993-1995).  He was an All-American PK and Punter. In 1994 he set the national record for most field goals in a season with 22.  Of those 22 field goals, 7 came from beyond 50 yards including success from 58, 57, 57, 54, 52, 52 and 50 yards.  Chris Sailer was rewarded with a full ride scholarship to UCLA in 1995.  He went on to earn All-American Honors as both a placekicker and punter during his time at UCLA. He was a Lou Groza Award Finalist in 1997. He set multiple records while at UCLA including longest field goal of 56 yards (still stands).  He was signed by the San Francisco 49ers and went on to enjoy an 7 year professional career.

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2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camps Announced!

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Schedule is now up!  You can register on ChrisSailerKicking.com.  Here are a few important things to know.

1. For ONE week only, we are offering a combo package.  Take advantage of this opportunity.

1-Day Spring Camp + Vegas XXXII ($725)

2. All 1 Day camps and Vegas XXXII have early registration deadlines.  I highly recommend registering early to save on the cost of camp, save on the cost of travel and assure that you get a spot (majority of Chris Sailer Kicking Camps SELL OUT).

3. Read THIS BLOG for a description of Chris Sailer Kicking Camps!

4. Spring is one of the most important times of the year.  Many choose to take this time off and focus on other things.  See this an your opportunity to pass them.  Hard work pays off with big rewards!

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STATS…. Chris Sailer Kicking – 2017 NFL, College, TOP 12, Event Elite, High School, Sailer Award Leaderboard

Chris Sailer Kicking – 2017 Leaderboard

NFL, College, TOP 12 & Event Elite, High School, Sailer Award

Chris Sailer Kicking will update the leader boards as the season goes on:
Last Update: 12/6/17

1. Chris Sailer Kicking NFL Leaderboard
*All NFL kickers/punters that have worked with Chris Sailer Kicking Staff

2. Chris Sailer Kicking College Leaderboard (D1)
*All 4-year college kickers/punters that have worked with Chris Sailer Kicking Staff

3. Chris Sailer Kicking “TOP 12″ & “Event Elite”
*Chris Sailer Kicking students that were selected as the nation’s very best in LAS VEGAS in 2017

4. Chris Sailer Award Leaderboard
*All high school kickers/punters are eligible for the Chris Sailer Award

5. Chris Sailer Kicking High School & Junior College Leaderboard
*All high school & junior college kickers/punters that have worked with Chris Sailer Kicking Staff

NFL Kicking:
Justin Tucker (Ravens) 26-29 FG’s (Long 57) 26-26 Extra Points
Ryan Succop (Titans) 26-31 FG’s (Long 52) 26-27 Extra Points
Kai Forbath (Vikings) 24-28 FG’s (Long 53) 25-30 Extra Points
Chandler Catanzaro (Jets) 21-25 FG’s (Long 57) 27-27 Extra Points
Ka’imi Fairbairn (Texans) 17-21 FG’s (Long 50) 29-31 Extra Points
Blair Walsh (Seahawks) 19-25 FG’s (Long 49) 27-28 Extra Points
Randy Bullock (Bengals) 13-15 FG’s (Long 49) 23-25 Extra Points
Cody Parkey (Dolphins) 13-15 FG’s (Long 54) 20-23 Extra Points
Giorgio Tavecchio (Raiders) 13-16 FG’s (Long 53) 28-29 Extra Points
Dustin Hopkins (Redskins) 9-11 FG’s (Long 48) 12-13 Extra Points
Dan Bailey (Cowboys) 8-8 FG’s (Long 56) 21-21 Extra Points
Nick Folk (Buccaneers) 6-11 FG’s (Long 50) 7-9 Extra Points
Travis Coons (Chargers) 4-5 FG’s (Long 40) 1-1 Extra Points

NFL Punting:
Drew Kaser (Chargers) 48.5
Colton Schmidt (Bills) 45.3
Brad Nortman (Jaguars) 44.8
Tress Way (Redskins) 44.7
Bradley Pinion (49ers) 43.5
Bryan Anger (Buccaneers) 43.1
Ryan Allen (Patriots) 42.6
Jeff Locke (Lions) 42.2

College Kicking (17 FG or more):
Jameson Vest (Toledo) 25-30 FG’s (Long 49) 56-58 Extra Points
Jonathan Barnes (Louisiana Tech) 22-29 FG’s (Long 53) 37-40 Extra Points
Austin MacGinnis (Kentucky) 21-27 (Long 53), 34-34 Extra Points
Jet Toner (Stanford) 20-24 FG’s (Long 46) 50-50 Extra Points
Matt Anderson (CAL) 20-27 (Long 52) 35-36 Extra Points
Cole Murphy (Syracuse) 20-27 FG’s (Long 53) 34-35 Extra Points
Erik Powell (Washington State) 19-23 FG’s (Long 56) 44-45 Extra Points
Brandon Ruiz (Arizona State) 18-25 FG’s (Long 52) 45-46 Extra Points
Eddy Pineiro (Florida) 17-18 FG’s (Long 50) 24-26 Extra Points
Daniel LaCamera (Texas A&M) 17-20 FG’s (Long 52) 44-45 Extra Points
Gabriel Rui (Kansas) 17-20 FG’s (Long 50) 23-23 Extra Points
Garrett Owens (Iowa State) 17-21 (Long 45) 42-42 Extra Points
Gary Wunderlich (Mississippi) 17-21 (Long 49) 34-36 Extra Points

College Punting (Top 10):
Corey Bojorquez (New Mexico) 47.3
Ryan Stonehouse (Colorado State) 46.8
Shane Tripucka (Texas A&M) 46.1
Michael Carrizosa (San Jose State) 45.6|
Drew Galitz (Baylor) 45.2
Jake Bailey (Stanford) 45.1
Hunter Lent (North Carolina) 44.9
Cade Coffey (Idaho) 44.6
Corey Fatony (Missouri) 44.5
Brandon Wright (Georgia State) 44.4

TOP 12 & EVENT ELITE (High School/JC)
Field Goals:
13-13 Jonah Lipel (2018, CA)
13-17 Cameron Dicker (2018, TX)
13-19 Mitchell Fineran (2018, GA)
12-17 BT Potter (2018, SC)
11-16 Andrew Rodriguez (JC, CA)
10-12 Dylan Williams (2018, CA)
10-15 Brayden Narveson (2018, AZ)
10-19 Ajay Culhane (2018, CA)
9-10 Chris Kessler (2018, TX)
9-11 Caleb Griffin (2018, IL)
9-12 Campbell Geddes (2018, CA)
9-13 Issac Power (2018, CO)
9-16 George Triplett (2018, WV)
8-11 Nick Sciba (2018, SC)
8-13 Dylan Brady (2018, CA)
8-15 Carson Garrett (2019, TX)
8-17 Chris Dunn (2018, NC)
7-9 Derek Ng (2018, NV)
7-14 Jake Camarda (2018, GA)
6-7 Gabe Boring (2018, TN)
6-8 John Mayers (2018, TX)
6-9 Evan McPherson (2018, AL)
6-9 Quentin Wallace (2018, IL)
5-5 Matt Jaeger (2018, MN)
5-6 Clayton Stewart (2018, TX)
5-6 Jacob Meeks (2018, TX)
5-9 Michael Lantz (2019, GA)
4-6 Cody Williams (2018, CA)
4-8 Charles Campbell (2018, TN)
3-5 Camden Lewis (2019, NC)
2-2 Nick Mihalic (2018, IL)
1-2 Thomas Burks (2018, TN)

Longest Field Goals:
60 – Evan McPherson (2018, AL)
58 – Brayden Narveson (2018, AZ)
58 – Issac Power (2018, CO)
57 – Chris Dunn (2018, NC)
55 – Jake Camarda (2018, GA)
55 – Dylan Brady (2018, CA)
54 – Mitchell Fineran (2018, GA)
53 – Cameron Dicker (2018, TX)
51 – Charles Campbell (2018, TN)
50 – Michael Lantz (2019, GA)
49 – Clayton Stewart (2018, TX)
49 – Dylan Williams (2018, CA)
48 – Caleb Griffin (2018, IL)
48 – Gabe Boring (2018, TN)
47 – Camden Lewis (2019, NC)
47 – Andrew Rodriguez (JC, CA)
46 – Carson Garrett (2019, TX)
45 – BT Potter (2018, SC)
45 – Cody Williams (2018, CA)
45 – George Triplett (2018, WV)
43 – Jonah Lipel (2018, CA)
42 – Jacob Meeks (2018, TX)
41 – Nick Mihalic (2018, IL)
40 – Campbell Geddes (2018, CA)
40 – Nick Sciba (2018, SC)
39 – Chris Kessler (2018, TX)
38 – Matt Jaeger (2018, MN)
37 – Derek Ng (2018, NV)
37 – John Mayers (2018, TX)
33 – Quentin Wallace (2018, IL)
21 – Thomas Burks (2018, TN)

Extra Points:
81-87 Derek Ng (2018, NV)
80-81 Mitchell Fineran (2018, GA)
69-69 Dylan Williams (2018, CA)
68-69 Cody Williams (2018, CA)
67-69 Cameron Dicker (2018, TX)
55-57 Chris Kessler (2018, TX)
52-52 Thomas Burks (2018, TN)
50-52 Caleb Griffin (2018, IL)
50-54 Issac Power (2018, CO)
43-44 Jacob Meeks (2018, TX)
41-44 Jonah Lipel (2018, CA)
40-42 BT Potter (2018, SC)
40-42 Quentin Wallace (2018, IL)
40-43 Brayden Narveson (2018, AZ)
29-30 Nick Sciba (2018, SC)
29-32 George Triplett (2018, WV)
25-26 Carson Garrett (2019, TX)
25-28 Michael Lantz (2019, GA)
22-24 Matt Jaeger (2018, MN)
21-21 John Mayers (2018, TX)
21-24 Charles Campbell (2018, TN)
20-21 Dylan Brady (2018, CA)
20-24 Clayton Stewart (2018, TX)
13-13 Andrew Rodriguez (JC, CA)
10-10 Chris Dunn (2018, NC)
10-10 Nick Mihalic (2018, IL)
10-11 Evan McPherson (2018, AL)
6-6 Gabe Boring (2018, TN)
4-4 Jake Camarda (2018, GA)

Kickoff Distance Average:
70.7 – Issac Power (2018, CO)
70.0 – BT Potter (2018, SC)
70.0 – Jonah Lipel (2018, CA)
70.0 – Charles Campbell (2018, TN)
70.0 – Prominence Akubuo-Onwuemeka(JC, CA)
69.5 – Dylan Brady (2018, CA)
68.0 – Evan McPherson (2018, AL)
68.0 – Gabe Boring (2018, TN)
67.2 – Andrew Rodriguez (JC, CA)
67.0 – Quentin Wallace (2018, IL)
67.0 – Thomas Burks (2018, TN)
67.0 – John Mayers (2018, TX)
67.0 – Jacob Meeks (2018, TX)
66.8 – Mitchell Fineran (2018, GA)
66.5 – Chris Dunn (2018, NC)
66.3 – George Triplett (2018, WV)
66.0 – Cody Williams (2018, CA)
65.0 – Clayton Stewart (2018, TX)
65.0 – Campbell Geddes (2018, CA)
65.0 – Chris Kessler (2018, TX)
65.0 – Nick Sciba (2018, SC)
65.0 – Nick Mihalic (2018, IL)
65.0 – Carson Garrett (2019, TX)
65.0 – Dylan Williams (2018, CA)
64.0 – Derek Ng (2018, NV)
63.0 – Brayden Narveson (2018, AZ)
62.4 – Cameron Dicker (2018, TX)
61.0 – Matt Jaeger (2018, MN)
58.5 – Caleb Griffin (2018, IL)

Punt Distance Average:
46.5 – Jake Camarda (2018, GA)
46.0 – George Triplett (2018, WV)
46.0 – Evan McPherson (2018, AL)
45.8 – Gabe Boring (2018, TN)
44.6 – Cade Pollard (2018, TX)
44.0 – Chris Kessler (2018, TX)
43.0 – Thomas Burks (2018, TN)
42.5 – Dylan Williams (2018, CA)
42.3 – Chris Dunn (2018, NC)
42.0 – BT Potter (2018, SC)
42.0 – Brayden Narveson (2018, AZ)
41.7 – Porter Wilson (2019, OH)
41.6 – Chris Van Eekeran (2019, IN)
41.5 – Adam Krause (2018, IL)
41.3 – Issac Power (2018, CO)
41.1 – Cody Williams (2018, CA)
40.6 – Charles Campbell (2018, TN)
40.3 – Cameron Dicker (2018, TX)
40.0 – Nick Mihalic (2018, IL)
40.0 – Nick Sciba (2018, SC)
40.0 – Carson Garrett (2019, TX)
40.0 – Prominence Akubuo-Onwuemeka(JC, CA)
39.5 – Caleb Griffin (2018, IL)
39.4 – Clayton Stewart (2018, TX)
39.0 – Dylan Brady (2018, CA)
38.0 – Campbell Geddes (2018, CA)
37.5 – Andrew Rodriguez (JC, CA)
35.4 – Matt Jaeger (2018, MN)
34.0 – Derek Ng (2018, NV)
33.0 – John Mayers (2018, TX)
32.0 – Jonah Lipel (2018, CA)

Chris Sailer Award Leaders (Top 10)
Griffin Cera (2018, FL) 19-24 FG’s (Long 48) 46-51 Extra Points
Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA) 18-25 FG’s (Long 60, 52) 49-49 Extra Points
Conor MacDougall (2018, NC) 17-19 FG’s (Long 43) 30-30 Extra Points
Cory Munson (2019, GA) 17-23 FG’s (Long 59) 20-24 Extra Points
Fernando Ramirez (2018, GA) 15-16 FG’s (Long 44) 52-52 Extra Points
Caden Davis (2019, TX) 15-21 FG’s (Long 51) 63-65 Extra Points
Andrew Stein (2019, LA) 15-22 FG’s (Long 49) 23-24 Extra Points
Parker Colburn (2019, AL) 14-15 FG’s (Long 49) 68-69 Extra Points
Carter Raupach (2018, PA) 14-16 FG’s (Long 40) 41-45 Extra Points
Jonah Lipel (2018, CA) 13-13 FG’s (Long 43) 41-44 Extra Points
Cameron Dicker (2018, TX) 13-17 FG’s (Long 53) 67-69 Extra Points

High School / Junior College Field Goals (11 or more FG’s):
18-25 Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)
17-21 Cooper Garcia (JC, CA)
17-19 Conor MacDougall (2018, NC)
15-21 Caden Davis (2019, TX)
13-13 Jonah Lipel (2018, CA)
13-14 Dylan Schorr (2018, GA)
13-16 Peter Delis (2020, CA)
13-17 Cameron Dicker (2018, TX)
13-19 Mitchell Fineran (2018, GA)
12-13 Jackson Likens (2018, KS)
12-14 Victor Karam (2018, IL)
12-14 Jack Morrell (2018, CA)
12-15 Grant Gonya (2018, OH)
12-16 Robert Brown (2018, NC)
12-17 BT Potter (2018, SC)
11-13 Jack Martin (2018, AL)
11-13 Grant Ennis (2019, AR)
11-13 Bryce Christensen (2018, GA)
11-14 Evan Price (2018, CO)
11-14 Drew Byus (2018, GA)
11-14 Jeremiah Kim (2019, NC)
11-14 DJ Del Fierro (2019, CA)
11-16 Andrew Rodriguez (JC, CA)
11-16 Cole Johnson (2019, AZ)
11-20 Scott Goodman (2018, MS)

50+ Yard Field Goals:
60 – Evan McPherson (2018, AL)
60 – Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)

58 – Brayden Narveson (2018, AZ)
58 – Issac Power (2018, CO)
57 – Chris Dunn (2018, NC)
56 – Blair Zepeda (2018, TX)
55 – Jake Camarda (2018, GA)
55 – Dylan Brady (2018, CA)
54 – Evan Price (2018, CO)
54 – Mitchell Fineran (2018, GA)
54 – Evan McPherson (2018, AL)
53 – Cameron Dicker (2018, TX)
52 – Jake Camarda (2018, GA)
52 – Jake Camarda (2018, GA)
52 – Bryson Porzenski (2018, NC)
52 – Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)
51 – Charles Campbell (2018, TN)
51 – Cole Johnson (2019, AZ)
52 – Evan Price (2018, CO)
52 – Michael Bobak (2018, PA)
51 – Brayden Narveson (2018, AZ)
51 – Bryson Porzenski (2018, NC)
51 – Blair Zepeda (2018, TX)
51 – Bryce Jones (2018, GA)
51 – Cole Johnson (2019, AZ)
51 – Jason Stricker (2019, NC)
51 – Caden Davis (2019, TX)
50 – Mitchell Fineran (2018, GA)
50 – Mitchell Fineran (2018, GA)
50 – Brayden Narveson (2018, AZ)
50 – Sean Henderson (2018, GA)
50 – Sean Henderson (2018, GA)
50 – Ben Freehill (2019, IN)
50 – Michael Lantz (2019, GA)
50 – John Brosnahan (2018, NC)
50 – Stephen Ruiz (2018, IL)
50 – Neal Koskay (2019, TX)
50 – Patrick Markwalter (2019, GA)

** Bold = Kicker with multiple 50+ Yard FG’s

Punting (Top 12):
48.0 – Gabe Boring (2018, TN)
48.0 – George Georgopolous (2018, SC)
46.5 – Jake Camarda (2018, GA)
46.2 – Preston Pitt (2018, UT)
46.0 – George Triplett (2018, WV)
46.0 – Evan McPherson (2018, AL)
46.0 – Brandon Petruescu (2019, CA)
44.6 – Cade Pollard (2018, TX)
44.5 – Bryson Porzenski (2018, NC)
44.0 – Chris Kessler (2018, TX)
44.0 – Sam Hogan (2019, NY)
43.5 – Bryce Christensen (2018, GA)
43.4 –  Joanly Martinez (2018, TX)
43.3 – Adam Barry (2018, KY)
43.6 – Brian Barber (2019, LA)
43.2 – Nate Craft (2018, VA)

*Stats are submitted personally by individual players or researched via Maxpreps.com Before any awards are given, stats will be double checked through proper resources.

For more information, visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com

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2017 GA Fall Camp Recap – Jay Bramblett Puts on the Performance of the Fall!

The road to Vegas XXXI continued with a stop in Atlanta, GA on Sunday December 3rd. This was the largest Fall Camp to date and perhaps the most talented. Specialists from 15+ states were in attendance ready to learn and compete. The Atlanta camp produced the very best newcomers to Chris Sailer Kicking and also the best performance of the entire fall by Class of 2019 Punter Jay Bramblett. Many in attendance will compete for TOP 12 spots at Vegas XXXI next month. Take a look at the results.

2017 Chris Sailer Kicking GA Fall Camp

Overall Champion: Jay Bramblett (2019, AL)
Jay put on the most dominating performance of the Fall Camp Tour to date. He easily averaged 45+ yards, with 4.4+ hang time. He also hit dozens of balls 50+ yards, with 5.0+ hang time. His best ball measured 52 yards, with 5.28 hang time. Jay won the punt competition by besting other fantastic punters with his consistency. Jay is now a 5-Star Punter, the #1 ranked Punter in the nation and 100% D1 scholarship worthy. OFFER NOW!!!

Field Goal Champion: James Williams (2020, GA)
James won the field goal competition by going 6-6 with a long of 56 yards. What is more impressive is that he beat out juniors and seniors while kicking off the ground. He was also dominant on kickoffs and continues to be one of the very best punters in the nation in his class. James is an outstanding athlete that is on his way to being a D1 scholarship level combo player. After winning the 2017 GA Summer Camp, he nearly pulled off back to back championships.

Kickoff Champion: Wesley Wells (2018, GA)
The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking Kicker did an outstanding job during the kickoff competition. He averaged 65+ yards, with over 4.0+ second hang time. His competition winning kick measured 67 yards with 4.38 hang time. Wesley also shows great potential on field goal. He is a great athlete with one of the stronger legs in his class. Look for Wesley to have a big showing at Vegas XXXI next month and turn the heads of college coaches.

Top Newcomers: Jack Brady (2019) and Sam Rayborn (2020)
Both Jack and Sam proved very quickly that they could compete with the best in the nation in their respective classes. Both have great college futures ahead of them. Look for them to compete for TOP 12 spots at Vegas XXXI next month.

Top 2018 Prospects: Cole Hanna, Wesley Wells, Alan Andrzejewski, Alec Earp, Bryce Jones, Joseph Tacopina, Alex Hardy, Luke Darby, McKay Taylor, Michael Baugus, Taiten Winkel, Robert Faulkner, Bryson King, Jacob Enos, Mateo Rengifo, Tripp Slyman

Top 2019 Prospects: Jay Bramblett, Anthony Rodriguez, Jack Brady, Alexander Raynor, Ben Freehill, Ben Packer, Jack Martin, Jimmy Lowery, Josh McCoy, Noah Sheets, Zach Ford, Thor Billstrom, Alan Kervin, Anthony Einhorn, Chandler Caughron, Jacob Strassel, Jack Brady, Jack Palmer, Jesse Klein, Justin Falin, Matthew Rigney, Trent Kaplan, Tylan Perine, Walker Thompson, Grayson Clark

Top 2020 Prospects: James Williams, Sam Rayborn, Brock Travelstead, Parker Hannon, Conner Middleton, Kellen Grave de Peralta, Taylor Shahon, Ty Sherman, Daniel Cristiani, Ben Skahan, Charlie Polllock, Diego Huerta, Graham Gotlieb, Kenneth Lockhart, Simon Shin

Top 2021 Prospects: Brock Froschauer, Dalton McGowan, Marshall Nichols, Braden Ralston, Braeden Haynes, Caden Long, Christopher Nettuno, Conor Cummins, Drake Tabor, Hudson Standfest, James Jacob, Joey Wood, Robert Jacobs, Sam Wiederhold, Peyton Engel

Future Stars: Will Peltz, Upton Bellenfant

Take a look at the Finals:

The road to Vegas XXXI continues with stops in Atlanta, GA (December 3) Phoenix, AZ (December 11) Massillon, OH (December 17) & Los Angeles, CA (January 6). The largest kicking, punting & long snapping camp in the World…. Vegas XXXI will take place January 12-14, 2018. Want to be a part of it? Visit ChrisSailerKicking.com for more information.

Jay Bramblett is a D1 Scholarship Pick. OFFER NOW!!!

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I’m a Senior, What Should I Do In November?

5 Easy Tips For The Class of 2018 To Get Ahead In Recruiting – November

1. Stop panicking.  We are still very early in the recruiting process.  Less that 5% of the class of 2018 (K/P) have made college commitments.  Less than 10% of the class of 2018 (K/P) have been offered any sort of college opportunity.  Note, there are many waves of recruiting.  Recruiting will last all the way through August when fall camps officially begin for the upcoming college football season.

2. Take unofficial visits as often as possible.  An unofficial visit simply mean that you have to pay for the visit yourself.   Getting on campus is the best way to show a college football program genuine interest.  Sending emails, making phone calls, direct messaging on social media, etc. simply isn’t enough anymore.  A coach will know that you have a real interest once you make the effort to get on campus.

3. Start to narrow down your search to universities and colleges that are realistic options.  This includes level of football (FBS, FCS, D2, D3, NAII, JC, etc.), level of academics, region of the country, etc.  Stop targeting D1 football programs if you are not a D1 recruit.  Stop targeting high academic institutions if you have a 2.0 GPA.  Find schools that will reciprocate interest in you and opportunities will follow.

READ THIS BLOG ON HOW SCHOOLS RECRUIT

4. Ask for an opportunity, not a scholarship.  Every college coach in America knows that you would like to be offered a scholarship.  When you ask for a scholarship, this turns them off.  You are basically limiting communication opportunity.  When you ask for an opportunity to be on the team, coaches will be receptive.  You are opening a door for communication.  The goal in recruiting is to create options.  Offers of any kind, create buzz, which create more options.  Scholarship vs. Preferred Walk On offers will take care of itself in the end.

5. Get ready for XXXI (January 13-15, 2018).  The biggest mistake made these days is thinking that recruiting for seniors is already over by this time.  In fact, it is the exact opposite.  90% of Kickers / Punters in this class will be recruited heavily during this time of year.  It will be feeding frenzy.  National Letter of Intent Day (NLI) is in early February.  Vegas takes place this time of year for this reason.  College coaches pay a tremendous amount of attention to the Vegas results and post Vegas rankings.  Scholarships offers and preferred walk on opportunities will be won this weekend in Vegas.

Join us for the largest kicking, punting & long snapping camp in the world, Vegas!!!

 

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