2018 Chris Sailer Kicking HI Summer Camp Recap… Conor Hunt Wins It!

Chris Sailer Kicking made its final stop on the 2018 Summer Camp Tour in Oahu, HI on Sunday August 5th. All in all Chris Sailer Kicking & Rubio Long Snapping ran 10 camps this summer and worked with over 1,000 specialists. The 5th Annual Chris Sailer Kicking Hawaii Summer Camp was once again a tremendous success. This camp has now featured talented Hawaiian Kickers and Punters such as Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA, Texans), Jet Toner (Stanford), Adam Stack (Oregon), Alex Trifonivitch (Hawaii), Jeffrey Chan (Syracuse), Kekoa Sasoaka (Hawaii), Tim Horn (Washington commit) & more. This year’s group of specialists is just as special. Take a look at the results.

Overall ChampionConor Hunt (2020)
Conor has had a tremendous year with Chris Sailer Kicking. He jumped onto the national scene at Vegas XXXII in May. He then had a big time showing at the Underclassmen Invitational in Los Angeles, CA last month. And followed that up by winning the overall championship in Hawaii. On this day he won the Punt Competition by averaging 40+ yards with 4.3+ hang time. He was also impressive on both field goal and kickoff. Conor stepped in most in the end by defeating Tim Horn in a head to head battle. Conor is now considered a top 5 national combo prospect in the nation.

Field Goal Champion / Kickoff ChampionTim Horn (2019)
Tim has been a mainstay at the top of the Chris Sailer Kicking rankings since his freshman season. He is a special talent that doesn’t come along often. He is currently the #2 ranked kicker in America and has already committed to the University of Washington on full scholarship. He won the Vegas XXXI Overall Kicking Championship (300+ Kickers) in January and was also selected by Chris Sailer Kicking to participate in the 2019 Polynesian Bowl All-American Game. Tim hits a major D1 ball on both field goal and kickoff. On this day he won the field goal competition by going 8-8 with a long of 55 yards. He also easily won the kickoff competition by averaging 70+ yards with 4.1+ hang time.

Conor Hunt & Tim Horn

Class of 2019 Standouts:

Tim Horn: (See Above)

Anthony Tom-Makue: Anthony is an excellent kicker. He is smooth and accurate with 50+ yard range off the ground. He is also solid on kickoff and shows punting potential. College football is in his future.

Kekoa Kuloloia: Kekoa has shown great improvement from camp to camp. He has a college level leg and shows nice future potential. With continued hard work, he will challenge at the next level.

Tyler Udarbe: Tyler is a very good high school kicking prospect. He is smooth and accurate on field goal. He also solid on kickoff. He has the tools to play in college with continued hard work.

Class of 2020 Standouts

Conor Hunt: (See Above)

Quinn Maretzki: Quinn is becoming a top national prospect in the Class of 2020. He hits an excellent ball off the ground on field goal and easily has 50+ yard range. His kickoffs are also very strong.

Kaeo Rezentes: Kaeo had a breakout performance at this camp. He kicked with great confidence and really stepped his game up. He has a bright college future with continued hard work.

Keola Downing: Keola is as solid as they come. He kicks with excellent technique and hits a very consistent ball on both field goal and kickoff. College football is in his future.

Luke Hamocon: Luke is a talented kicking prospect. He has a big leg and shows flashes of what he is capable of. He has shown steady improvement from camp to camp. I expect him to stay on this path.

Cheyden Costa: Cheyden is an excellent kicker. He hits a pure ball on field goal and has 50+ yard range. His kickoffs have also improved tremendously. His game is coming along nicely.

Liam McGehee: Liam did a great job at his first Chris Sailer Kicking camp. He is a natural with nice future potential. His field goals and kickoffs are both solid.

Class of 2021 Standouts:

Kade Yasui: Kade is a great young athlete with an explosive leg. He is still a bit newer to kicking, but the talent is there to enjoy a successful high school career and possibly beyond.

Kaulanaikaleoaukahiokala Navares: Kaulanaikaleoaukahiokala is a natural young kicker. He shows he can hit a very nice ball on both field goal and kickoff. I look forward to helping him develop his game.

Class of 2022 Standout:

Winston Freitas: Winston does a great job for his age. He is an athlete with a strong leg and natural ability. He is showing steady improvement each time we see him.

That concludes the 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Tour. The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Fall Camp Schedule has been posted and is now open for registration. Visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com for more information and to register. To be the best, train & compete with the best. #TeamSailer

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2018 Underclassmen Invitational Kick Off Results

2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Underclassmen Invitational
Kickoff Results
Class of 2022
Place Last First Distance Height Best 1 Ball
T1 Brown Carter 56.5 3.27 57 / 3.40
T1 Holbrook Daniel 58.8 3.21 63 / 3.19
3 Ritchie Bradyn 48 2.47 60 / 3.41
Class of 2021
Place Last First Distance Height Best 1 Ball
1 Shuran Ivan 65 3.68 65 / 3.81
2 Bryan Josh 62.8 3.81 65 / 3.84
3 Eich Matthew 67.3 3.29 68 / 3.65
4 Auburn Bert 60 3.79 66 / 3.82
T5 McGowan Dalton 60.3 3.36 65 / 3.43
T5 Segovia Brenden 62 3.27 63 / 3.48
7 Lopes Joshua 59.5 3.31 65 / 3.62
8 Ray Jackson 63.3 3.1 65 / 3.40
9 Meono Andre 59.5 3.21 66 / 3.03
T10 Pettit Micah 58.3 3.27 59 / 3.43
T10 Jackson Louie 62 3.08 65 / 3.14
12 Kemp David 56.5 3.37 61 / 3.69
13 Smith Zane 63.8 3 65 / 3.22
14 North Jarrett 57.3 3.19 60 / 3.25
15 Kralapp Kollin 57.5 3.14 65 / 3.18
16 Bredesen Darren 56.8 3.18 61 / 3.71
17 DeMirjyn Michael 60.8 2.94 61 / 3.14
18 Rosselli Tyler 58.5 2.93 60 / 2.93
19 Moore Zachary 53.5 3.09 56 / 3.39
20 Bass Derek 53.8 3.06 61 / 3.59
21 Marion Jake 55.3 3 57 / 3.53
22 Salerno Christopher 52 3.06 53 / 3.26
T23 Giles Tyson 53.3 3.01 55 / 3.39
T23 Silver Alec 56.3 2.86 63 / 3.07
T23 Cummins Conor 57 2.8 69 / 3.32
26 Bryan Connor 51.5 3.05 57 / 3.44
27 Southey Thomas 55.8 2.84 56 / 3.39
T28 Blevins Brayden 50.8 3.03 54 / 3.40
T28 Tabor Drake 52.8 2.97 57 / 3.40
T30 Rhinehart Nick 55.3 2.83 64 / 3.65
T30 Rogers Franklin 55.8 2.68 64 / 3.09
32 Kartub Jay 56.3 2.62 60 / 2.82
T33 Aguilar Kevin 47 2.91 47 / 3.23
T33 Wood Joey 47 2.91 53 / 2.81
35 Spearman Ethan 52.3 2.63 53 / 2.96
Class of 2020
Place Last First Distance Height Best 1 Ball
T1 Mahlum Race 67.5 3.64 67 / 3.86
T1 Burnette Noah 66.5 3.75 66 / 3.93
3 Meeder Marshall 66.3 3.57 71 / 3.73
4 Hunt Conor 64.5 3.58 66 / 3.82
5 Vernon Reis 61.5 3.84 67 / 3.98
6 Mccarroll AJ 67.5 3.36 69 / 3.50
7 Landis Garrett 61.8 3.61 67 / 3.94
8 Michael Jed 64.5 3.45 69 / 3.59
9 Hannon Parker 62 3.47 65 / 3.50
10 Dellinger Edward 62 3.39 62 / 3.62
T11 Mena Miles 60.3 3.46 65 / 3.43
T11 Forbes Stefaan 62.3 3.35 67 / 3.69
13 Ledesma Nico 60.8 3.36 66 / 3.21
14 Guillen Fabien 59.3 3.42 66 / 3.40
15 Kelley Jude 66.3 3.23 69 / 3.65
16 Bishop Henry 57 3.34 59 / 3.46
17 Renner Hunter 57.5 3.33 61 / 3.52
T18 Wieland Luke 56.8 3.34 60 / 3.43
T18 Meader Anthony 60 3.24 70 / 3.61
20 Green Archie 60.3 3.16 62 / 3.18
T21 Money Brett 55.8 3.33 56 / 3.43
T21 Jones Easton 59 3.17 62 / 3.43
T21 McCord Nolan 61 3.14 71 / 3.51
24 Hosler Aidan 58.3 3.17 61 / 3.79
25 Carlton Noah 55.3 3.27 61 / 3.81
26 Wallace Conor 54.5 3.27 58 / 3.47
27 Delis Peter 53.8 3.32 58 / 3.56
T28 Yoon Daniel 54.3 3.25 55 / 3.94
T28 Stephenson Sam 56 3.21 67 / 3.32
T30 Rieman Rourke 55.8 3.19 58 / 3.42
T30 Roah Derek 56.5 3.15 57 / 3.43
31 Raya Anthony 57 3.1 59 / 3.61
T32 Travelstead Brock 56.3 3.15 59 / 3.86
T32 Kieny Reed 58.3 2.86 67 / 3.53
34 Smith JC 51.3 3.24 54 / 3.43
35 Mather Christian 56.5 3.09 54 / 3.36
36 Persi Dominic 53 3.15 57 / 3.21
37 DeLisle Ethan 52 3.02 57 / 3.53
38 Sherman Ty 51 2.97 59 / 3.78
*Each Kicker was given 4 kickoffs
*NO kicks were dropped
*All numbers are averages

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2018 Underclassmen Invitational Field Goal Results

2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Underclassmen Invitational
 Field Goal Results
Class of 2022
Place Last First Score
1 Ritchie Bradyn 4
T2 Brown Carter 3
T2 Holbrook Daniel 3
Class of 2021
Place Last First Score
T1 Bryan Josh 6
T1 Jackson Louie 6
T1 Pettit Micah 6
T4 Auburn Bert 5
T4 Bredesen Darren 5
T4 Castillo Francisco 5
T4 Eich Matthew 5
T4 Lopes Joshua 5
T4 McGowan Dalton 5
T4 Meono Andre 5
T4 Moore Zachary 5
T4 North Jarrett 5
T4 Rhinehart Nick 5
T4 Rogers Franklin 5
T4 Salerno Christopher 5
T4 Segovia Brenden 5
T4 Shuran Ivan 5
T4 Southey Thomas 5
T19 Bass Derek 4
T19 Blevins Brayden 4
T19 Bryan Connor 4
T19 Cummins Conor 4
T19 DeMirjyn Michael 4
T19 Marion Jake 4
T19 Smith Zane 4
T19 Spearman Ethan 4
T19 Tabor Drake 4
T28 Aguilar Kevin 3
T28 Giles Tyson 3
T28 Kartub Jay 3
T28 Kemp David 3
T28 Kralapp Kollin 3
T28 Ray Jackson 3
T28 Rosselli Tyler 3
T28 Silver Alec 3
T28 Wood Joey 3
Class of 2020
Place Last First Score
T1 Bishop Henry 6
T1 Burnette Noah 6
T1 DeLisle Ethan 6
T1 Dellinger Edward 6
T1 Green Archie 6
T1 Hunt Conor 6
T1 Jones Easton 6
T1 Kelley Jude 6
T1 McCord Nolan 6
T1 Meeder Marshall 6
T1 Money Brett 6
T1 Persi Dominic 6
T13 Carlton Noah 5
T13 Hannon Parker 5
T13 Hosler Aidan 5
T13 Kieny Reed 5
T13 Ledesma Nico 5
T13 Mahlum Race 5
T13 Mena Miles 5
T13 Michael Jed 5
T13 Raya Anthony 5
T13 Smith JC 5
T13 Stephenson Sam 5
T13 Vernon Reis 5
T13 Wallace Conor 5
T13 Yoon Daniel 5
T27 Guillen Fabien 4
T27 Meader Anthony 4
T27 Renner Hunter 4
T27 Travelstead Brock 4
T27 Forbes Steaan 4
T32 Landis Garrett 3
T32 Rieman Rourke 3
T32 Sherman Ty 3
T32 Wieland Luke 3
T36 Mather Christian 2
T36 Roah Derek 2
T38 Delis Peter 1
T38 Mccarroll AJ 1
*Each kicker had 6 attempts (35, 35, 40, 40, 45 & 45)
*Those that made 5/6 or 6/6 attempts advanced to the Finals

 

Kicking Champions: Josh Bryan (2021,CA), Brenden Segovia (2021,CA) & Bert Auburn (2021,TX).

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2018 Underclassmen Invitational Punt Results

2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Underclassmen Invitational
 Punt Results
Class of 2022
Place Last First Distance Height Best 1 Ball
1 Ritchie Bradyn 30.7 3.52 33 / 3.59
T2 Holbrook Daniel 26.3 3.58 29 / 3.59
T2 Brown Carter 33.7 3.1 41 / 3.66
Class of 2021
Place Last First Distance Height Best 1 Ball
T1 Bryan Josh 35.2 3.79 39 / 4.48
T1 McGowan Dalton 38.5 3.63 45 / 3.82
3 Eich Matthew 37.5 3.59 46 / 3.85
4 Shuran Ivan 33.2 3.71 37 / 4.00
5 Smith Zane 38.8 3.49 46 / 4.22
6 Rosselli Tyler 35.3 3.55 40 / 3.90
7 Jackson Louie 34.5 3.61 40 / 3.68
T8 Bryan Connor 32.8 3.66 33 / 4.31
T8 Nichols Marshall 40 3.37 43 / 3.61
10 Cummins Conor 37 3.46 40 / 4.00
11 Ray Jackson 31.2 3.71 43 / 3.90
T12 Bredesen Darren 30.2 3.84 30 / 4.34
T12 Kralapp Kollin 32.7 3.63 37 / 3.97
14 Giles Tyson 37.5 3.35 41 / 3.72
T15 Segovia Brenden 32.7 3.54 37 / 4.25
T15 Castillo Francisco 33.5 3.44 43 / 3.84
T17 Moore Zachary 28.8 3.69 30 / 4.06
T17 Bass Derek 32.5 3.54 38 / 4.22
19 Pettit Micah 35.2 3.23 40 / 3.54
20 Tabor Drake 30.7 3.53 35 / 3.56
21 Southey Thomas 33.2 3.28 37 / 3.65
22 Meono Andre 23.3 3.65 30 / 3.99
T23 Rogers Franklin 31.2 3.35 31 / 3.78
T23 Kemp David 34.5 3.12 38 / 3.56
25 Wood Joey 32.8 3.16 44 / 3.97
T26 Spearman Ethan 28.6 3.36 26 / 3.97
T26 North Jarrett 32.3 3.23 38 / 3.35
28 Auburn Bert 30 3.3 29 / 3.87
29 Rhinehart Nick 28.3 3.33 30 / 3.37
30 Aguilar Kevin 22.8 3.43 25 / 3.72
31 Marion Jake 28.2 3.31 38 / 3.93
T32 Salerno Christopher 25 3.34 30 / 3.46
T32 Lopes Joshua 26.8 3.33 30 / 3/40
T32 Kartub Jay 29.7 3.18 34 / 3.18
35 DeMirjyn Michael 27.5 3.06 34 / 3.87
36 Blevins Brayden 27.5 3.01 32 / 3.34
Class of 2020
Place Last First Distance Height Best 1 Ball
T1 DeLisle Ethan 42.2 3.85 45 / 4.47
T1 Vernon Reis 38.3 4.49 39 / 4.81
3 McAllister Michael 40 3.94 45 / 4.43
4 Forbes Stefaan 39.2 3.93 43 / 4.22
T5 Hosler Aidan 35.7 3.98 45 / 4.25
T5 Kelley Jude 41 3.76 42 / 4.34
7 Mahlum Race 43.5 3.68 56 / 3.85
8 Hunt Conor 40.7 3.63 44 / 4.12
9 Yoon Daniel 35.2 3.6 41 / 3.83
10 Dellinger Edward 33.8 3.72 43 / 4.19
11 Renner Hunter 34.3 3.6 36 / 4.05
12 Travelstead Brock 31.5 3.74 40 / 4.10
13 Meader Anthony 30.2 3.76 44 / 4.35
14 Green Archie 30.3 3.72 35 / 3.72
15 Guillen Fabien 38.7 3.41 47 / 3.71
16 Jones Easton 34.8 3.45 36 / 3.53
T17 McCord Nolan 29 3.83 34 / 4.19
T17 Persi Dominic 31.7 3.59 35 / 4.10
T19 Bishop Henry 32 3.52 38 / 3.81
T19 Meeder Marshall 32.8 3.45 37 / 3.63
T21 Mena Miles 30.3 3.57 34 / 4.26
T21 Stephenson Sam 34.5 3.39 47 / 4.13
23 Carlton Noah 35.3 3.24 46 / 3.78
24 Money Brett 30.5 3.46 39 / 4.02
T25 Cristiani Daniel 34 3.06 36 / 3.53
T25 Sherman Ty 20 3.78 20 / 4.44
27 Hill Nick 34.2 3.28 36 / 3.76
28 Delis Peter 26 3.72 34 / 3.60
29 Ledesma Nico 32.2 3.22 40 / 3.82
30 Kieny Reed 29.5 3.46 32 / 3.56
T31 Landis Garrett 27.5 3.55 36 / 3.99
T31 Wieland Luke 28.2 3.54 31 / 3.60
T31 Mather Christian 30 3.44 36 / 3.48
34 Mccarroll AJ 30.2 3.3 34 / 3.47
35 Burnette Noah 26.2 3.43 34 / 4.15
36 Raya Anthony 30.2 2.62 29 / 2.84
37 Wallace Conor 29.7 3.16 36 / 3.76
38 Michael Jed 30 3.02 32 / 3.56
T39 Smith JC 23.2 3.38 26 / 3.85
T39 Roah Derek 29 3.02 39 / 3.41
*Each Punter was given 6 Punts
*NO punts were dropped

Punting Champion – Ries Vernon (2020, OK)

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2019 Polynesian Bowl Selections – Chris Sailer Kicking

Chris Sailer Kicking is proud to be an official partner of the Polynesian All-American Bowl. We are very proud of our tremendous success in Hawaii over the past decade which has lead to this amazing opportunity. Ka’imi Fairbairn got a full ride scholarship to UCLA where he enjoyed a great 4 years culminating with winning the Lou Groza Award given to the nation’s top place kicker. He signed with the Houston Texans in the NFL and is now their starting kicker. Jet Toner (Stanford) and Adam Stack (Oregon) are current starters in the PAC-12 and have done great things for their respective programs as well. Many others are playing collegiate football across America. Chris Sailer Kicking runs camps in Hawaii each year and will now have a great presence at the Polynesian Bowl as well.

Over 80 Kickers and Punters competed in hopes of being selected to play in the Polynesian Bowl. Here are the results.

Polynesian Bowl Selections (Class of 2019)

Tim Horn (HI) – The #2 ranked kicker in the nation was absolutely dominant. He hits a pure ball on field goal and has 60+ yard range. The University of Washington commit also has one of the biggest legs in the America on kickoff. He averages 70+ yards with 4.0+ hang time. Tim is an outstanding athlete and competitor that should have a major impact on the Bowl Game.

Austin McNamara (AZ) – The #2 ranked punter in the nation is as talented as they come. He has the athletic frame of a prototypical NFL punter. He reminds me a lot of current Tampa Bay Buccaneers Punter Bryan Anger who is also a longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student. Austin easily averages 40+ yards with 4.5+ hang time. He also shows the ability to hit 50+ yard punts with 5.0+ hang time.

Evan Davis (NC) – The #8 ranked kicker in the nation and talented punter is impressive in all areas of his game. The Toledo commit hits a big time ball on field goal and drives the ball deep on kickoffs. He is also an excellent punter that can be used in many different varieties in the punting game. Evan is one of the best competitors out there that is going to be an outstanding D1 player.

Austin McNamara, Sailer, Tim Horn & Evan Davis

The 2019 Polynesian All-American Bowl will take place on January 19, 2019 at Aloha Stadium in HI. The game will air on CBS Sports Network.

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2019 All-American Bowl Selections – Chris Sailer Kicking

The nation’s best made their way to Rock Hill, SC to compete for the most prestigious Youth and High School All-American Games in the nation. FBU in partnership with Chris Sailer Kicking hosted their annual Top Gun Camp for specialists July 11-12, 2018. Over 1,000 athletes in all will participate in this camp before all is said and done. At stake, four High School All-American Bowl spots, 3 High School Polynesian Bowl All-American Bowl spots, two Freshman FBU All-American spots and MVP honors per class. Specialists form all over the United States met up in SC to battle for these honors. The talent was off the charts. Take a look at the results.

All-American Bowl Selections (Class of 2019)

KICKERS

Ryan Sanborn (CA) – The #4 ranked kicker in the nation was absolutely dominant. He hits a outstanding ball on field goal and has 60+ yard range. His kickoffs are FBS ready right now. He defeated Tim Horn (Washington commit) and Alex Felkins (Columbia commit) in the finals to earn one of the coveted spots. Ryan has been and FBU and Chris Sailer Kicking student since he was in the 6th Grade. He should have a major impact on the Bowl Game.

Ryan Sanborn

Alex Felkins (OK) – The #6 ranked kicker in the nation put on a big time performance in Rock Hill. He made over 90% of his field goals and was also strong on kickoff. Alex is a mature and confident kicker that thrives under pressure. He defeated Time Horn (HI) in the final to earn his spot. He is well deserving of this honor and will represent the Chris Sailer Kicking and FBU to the highest level.

Alex Felkins

PUNTERS

Jay Bramblett (AL) – The #1 ranked punter and Notre Dame commit was in a class of his own at Top Gun. He easily averages 45+ yards with 4.5+ hang time. His best ball measured 50+ yards with 5.11 hang time. He is a great competitor that does his best under pressure. Jay is going to be a fine punter for Notre Dame over the next 4-5 years. The East will have a big weapon at their disposal in the Bowl Game.

Jay Bramblett

Will Powers (CA) – The #12 ranked punter in the country stunned to nation by competing at the highest level. He was one of the most consistent punters over the course of the two days and it paid off in the end. He defeated Austin McNamara (AZ) in the final by hitting several ball over 45 yards with 4.5+ hang time. He also proved that he can step up under pressure. The Princeton commit is ready to show the country his ability on the biggest stage.

Will Powers

The 2019 All-American Bowl will take place on January 5, 2019 at the Alamo Dome in TX. The game will air on NBC.

Freshman FBU All-Americans (Class of 2022)
Will Peltz (GA) – Will is an excellent young kicker. He has a great leg for his age and does well at all 3 skills (PK, KO & Punt)

Daniel Holbrook (MD) – Daniel was very strong over the course of the 2-day camp. He was a favorite coming into the camp and he proved why!

The Freshman FBU All-American Bowl will take place in Naples, FL.

Class of 2020 Top Gun MVP
Parker Hannon (GA) – The long time Chris Sailer Kicking and FBU Kicker added another award to his resume. Parker continues to prove that he is one of the best in the nation in the Class of 2020.

Class of 2021 Top Gun Co-MVP’s
Nick Acus – Nick did a nice job over the course of the 2 days. He has a strong leg for his age and was very consistent.

Class of 2023 Top Gun MVP: Christian Silverstein
Class of 2024 Top Gun MVP: Jacob Carter

For more information visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com

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2018 IL Summer Camp Recap – JT Turner Wins It!

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Camp Tour is now in full swing.  The most recent stop was in Chicago, IL on July 9th in the Dome at Rosemont.  There was a terrific balance of talent across the classes of 2021, 202o, 2019 & 2018.  Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp ChampionJT Turner (2019, MI)
The long time Chris Sailer Kicking put on by far his best performance ever.  He was absolutely dominant on both field goal and kickoff all day.  He won the field goal competition by going 7-7 with a long of 56 yards.  He hit a pure ball off the ground all day going over 90%. JT was also Co-Kickoff champion.  He averaged 65+ yards with 4.0+ yards.  His impressive all around camp earned him a TOP 12 Camp invitation that he will attend July 16-18.  JT is 100% ready for the next level.

Kickoff ChampionJack Olsen (2020, IL)
The TOP 12 Camp Invitee is a special talent.  He has a big time leg and shows excellent D1 all around talent. He won the kickoff competition by averaging 70+ yards with excellent hang time.  He was also strong on both field goal and punt.  Jack continues to prove that he is one of the very best in the Class of 2020.  He is now the newest 5-Star Rated Chris Sailer Kicking Kicker.  Big things ahead.  OFFER NOW!!!

Punt ChampionMason Lowell (2019, MN)
Mason came through when it counted the most.  The long time Chris Sailer Kicking Punter and Aaron Perez trainee did a nice job punting from start to finish.  His consistency helped him capture the punt championship.  He punts for a nice combination of distance and hang time. College football is in his future with continued hard work.  He is one of the hardest workers out there.  Mason should have a great upcoming 2018 football season.

Take a look at the FINALS ROUND!

Class of 2018 Standout: Justin Smith

Class of 2019 Standouts: JT Turner, Mason Lowell, Chris Van Eekeran, Ben Freehill, Braydon Johnson, Sam Hogan, Tyler Bachara, Kasey Schmidt, Andre Mazur, Andrew Boren, Andrew Pollina, Colin Scherry, Garrett Young, Gavin Mottl, Jack Ierulli, John Copeland, Jonathan Rukujzo, Lucas Amaya, Matthew Hoffman, Nick Harmon, Thomas Mitchell, Connor Seely, Brady Henry

Class of 2020 Standouts: Jack Olsen, Sam Massick, JJ Wadas, Cameron Shirkey, Christian Fetters, Austin Floria, Eli Sewell, Gavin Myers, Jack Sauder, Land Gebhart, Peyton Benes, Robert Linderman

Class of 2021 Standouts: Tanner Pope, Joseph Pollina

Chris Sailer Kicking will next make stops in Rock Hill, SC (July 11-12, FBU Top Gun) – Chris Sailer Kicking will select specialists at this camp for the Adidas Freshman All-American Game, the U.S. Army All-America Bowl & the Polynesian All-America Bowl, Los Angeles, CA (July 14-15, College Camp), Los Angeles, CA (July 16-18, TOP 12 Camp), Los Angeles, CA (July 19-20, Underclassmen Invitational), & Dallas, TX (July 22). For more information and to register, visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com

IL Camp Champions: Mason Lowell, Jack Olsen & JT Turner

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2018 GA Summer Camp Recap – James Williams Wins Again!

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Camp Tour is now in full stride. The most recent stop was in Atlanta, GA on Sunday July 1st. This region of the country is always loaded with talent. The current #1 Kicker and #1 Punter in the nation in the Class of 2019 come from this regional camp. The future continues to look bright with talented specialists from GA, TN, AL, AR, MS and more. Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp ChampionJames Williams (2020, GA)
James continues to prove that he is a legitimate D1 scholarship pick. The current #2 Kicker in the nation and #1 Punter in the nation in the Class of 2020 was once again dominant. He won both major field goal competitions with his tremendous accuracy and range. He never missed a kick in competition including several kicks of 50+ yards. James hits a big time D1 ball on both field goal and kickoff. He is also impressive as a Punter. The TOP 12 Camp selection has and will continue to impress college coaches. Look from James to be one of the very first specialists offered a scholarship in his class.

Kickoff ChampionSam Contorno (2019, AL)
Sam was impressive in all areas of his game from start to finish. He won the kickoff competition by averaging 65+ yards with 3.9+ hang time. His best ball measured nearly 70 yards with 4.0 hang time. He was also a major factor in the field goal competitions. He hits a pure ball off the ground and easily has 50+ yard range. Sam also proved that he is a legitimate punting prospect. He is a fine young man that is going to make a great addition to a college football program.

Punt ChampionJack Martin (2019, AL)
Jack is an excellent punting prospect. He is a great looking athlete with and explosive leg. He won both major punt competitions by averaging 40+ yards with solid hang time. The ball jumps off his foot and he has only scratched the surface of what he is capable of. The lefty has the tools and ability to take his game to any college level with continued hard work. Look for Jack to impress college coaches over the course of the next year and pick up offers.

Class of 2019 Standouts: Sam Contorno, Jack Martin, Matthew Rigney, Mason Lowell, Brandon Ferguson, Luke Lynn, Collin Hartley, Weston Landry, Caden Davis, Collin Tamas, Jack Westbrook.

Class of 2020 Standouts: James Williams, Connor Ammon, Nolan McCord, Drew Bookman, Hayden Olsen, Albert Jang, Lane Gilchrest, Luke Jenkins, Jonathan Burks, Kade Loggins, Tabor Miller, Hunter Grepiotis.

Class of 2021 Standouts: Andres Borregales, Drake Tabor, Connor Wood, Nathan Ellisor, Daniel Bethel, Peyton Engel.

Future Star: Harry Wikoff

Chris Sailer Kicking will next make stops in Chicago, IL (July 9), Rock Hill, SC (July 11-12, FBU Top Gun) – Chris Sailer Kicking will select specialists at this camp for the Adidas Freshman All-American Game, the U.S. Army All-America Bowl & the Polynesian All-America Bowl, Los Angeles, CA (July 14-15, College Camp), Los Angeles, CA (July 16-18, TOP 12 Camp), Los Angeles, CA (July 19-20, Underclassmen Invitational), & Dallas, TX (July 22). For more information and to register, visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com

GA Champions: James Williams, Jack Martin & Sam Contorno #TeamSailer

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Chris Sailer Kicking, Vegas XXXII Competition Champions

Vegas XXXII – May 12 -13, 2018

Camp Champions / Finals Round Results

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Kicking – Noah Rauschenberg (2019, OK)
Punting – Ryan Sanborn (2019, CA)

*Noah and Ryan 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) – Luke Wieland (2020, CO)
Group 2 (Class of 2019) – Christopher Abbes (2019, CA)
Group 4 (Class of 2019, 2018, Junior College & Transfers) – Jaime Medina (JC, CA)

Punt Champions (Punters Only)
Consistency – Carson Olivas (JC, CA), Daniel Cristiani (2020, IN)
Last Man Standing – Jared Porter (JC, CA)
Head to Head – Jack Oswald (2019, CA)

Sunday Charting Results
Field Goal Champions:
Class of 2021: Daniel Bethel (TN), Connor Bryan (TX), Tyson Giles (GA), David Kemp (KS) & Ivan Shuran (OH)
Class of 2020: Evan Warred (MD)
Class of 2019: Gabriel Lozano (TX) & Josh Plaster (TX)
Class of 2018/JC/Transfer: Corey Lewis (CA)

Kickoff Champions:
Class of 2021: Josh Bryan (CA)
Class of 2020: Ronan Donnelly (CA)
Class of 2019: Patrick Nations (SC)
Class of 2018/JC/Transfer: Parker Grothaus (OH)

Punt Champions:
Class of 2021: Zane Smith (SC) & Jackson Ray (AZ)
Class of 2020: Race Mahlum (CA)
Class of 2019: Nolan Parris (NC)
Class of 2018/JC/Transfer: Jaime Medina (CA) & Corey Lewis (CA)


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

Round 1
Hunter Renner (IN) defeats Jacob Barnes (LA)
Brett Money (NM) defeats Jaxen Meskimen (AZ)
Noah Rauschenberg (OK) defeats Ronan Donnelly (CA)
Jaime Medina (CA) defeats Cole Schroeder (TX)

Round 2
Hunter Renner (IN) defeats Evan Warren (MD)
Ryan Sanborn (CA) defeats Dominic Hernandez (CA)
Brett Money (NM) defeats Jude Kelly (GA)
Noah Burnette (NC) defeats Gabriel Lozano (TX)
Noah Rauschenberg (OK) defeats Nick Hill (CA)
Nolan McCord (GA) defeats Preston Johnson (TX)
Jaime Medina (CA) defeats Corey Lewis (CA)
Josh Plaster (TX) defeats John Aldridge (TX)

Round 3
Ryan Sanborn (CA) defeats Hunter Renner (IN)
Noah Burnette (NC) defeats Brett Money (NM)
Noah Rauschenberg (OK) defeats Nolan McCord (GA)
Josh Plaster (TX) defeats Jaime Medina (CA)

Round 4
Ryan Sanborn (CA) defeats Noah Burnette (NC)
Noah Rauschenberg (OK) defeats Josh Plaster (TX)

Finals
Noah Rauschenberg (OK) defeats Ryan Sanborn (CA)

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), Holt Cloninger (NC), Fabien Guillen (CA), Race Mahlum (CA), Hunter Renner (IN).

Class of 2019: Charles Bein (CA), Jack Bosman (CA), Hunter Benton (SC), Ryan Fitzgerald (GA), Cade Fuller (CA), Noah Grant (OH), Ben Kiernan (NC), Austin McNamara (AZ), Jack Oswald (CA), Nolan Parris (NC), Ryan Sanborn (CA), Gavin Wale (NV), Joey Mitchell (OH), Alan Kervin (FL), Jacob Barnes (LA), Nathan Batten (TX), Cayden Camper (CO), Brandon Dickerson (SC), Will Ferrin (UT), Tom Foley (IL), Ben Freehill (IL), Jackson Garcia (AZ), Charlie Mendes (CA), Patrick Nations (SC), Michael O’Shaughnessy (OH), Matthew Rigney (TN), Aaron Rodriguez (CA), Justin Seay (OK), Colton Theaker (CA), Gabriel Whipple (MO).

Junior College / Transfers: Jaime Medina (CA), Carson Olivas (CA), Andrew Rodriguez (CA), Corey Lewis (CA), Prominence Akubuo-Onwuemeka (CA), Tanner Carcamo (CA), Julien Mayeur (CA), Jared Porter (CA), Ricardo Quintero (CA).

Head to Head competition narrowed the field down to 16

Round of 16:
Jamie Medina (CA) defeats Ryan Fitzgerald (GA)
Corey Lewis (CA) defeats Jack Oswald (CA)
Ryan Sanborn (CA) defeats Cade Fuller (CA)
Andrew Rodriguez CA) defeats Ben Kiernan (NC)
Austin McNamara (AZ) defeats Jared Porter (CA)
Charles Bein (CA) defeats Alan Kervin (FL)
Nolan Parris (NC) defeats Noah Grant (TN)
Jacob Barnes (LA) defeats Carson Olivas (CA)

Quarterfinals:
Jaime Medina (CA) defeats Corey Lewis (CA)
Ryan Sanborn (CA) defeats Andrew Rodriguez (CA)
Austin McNamara (AZ) defeats Charles Bein (CA)
Nolan Parris (NC) defeats Jacob Barnes (LA)

Semifinals:
Ryan Sanborn (CA) defeats Jaime Medina (CA)
Austin McNamara (AZ) defeats Nolan Parris (NC)

Finals:
Ryan Sanborn (CA) defeats Austin McNamara (AZ)

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2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Opportunities

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Tour was an incredible success culminating with a tremendous Vegas XXXII Event.  Now that the dust is beginning to settle, the question is… what next?  Chris Sailer Kicking has a huge 2018 Summer Schedule planned.  Here is my advice!

Class of 2019 & Junior College Prospects
June: Attend 3-5 college camps.  These are camps put on by the Universities themselves and are essentially tryouts.  I cannot stress enough, go to camps that fit your athletic and academic skill set.  DO NOT overdo it and attend too many of these camps.  Avoid poor performances do to fatigue and worse yet injuries.

Late June, July & August: Attend the following camps…
June 28 – Los Angeles, CA 1-Day Camp
June 30 – Charlotte, NC 1-Day Camp
July 1 – Atlanta, GA 1-Day Camp
July 9 – Chicago, IL 1-Day Camp
July 22 – Dallas, TX 1-Day Camp
August 5 – Honolulu, HI 1-Day Camp

*Attend 2 of these camps.  1) Attend the camp in your region. 2) Attend a camp outside of your region.  Compete with others outside of your comfort zone and take the time to visit colleges in that area.  Get experience traveling and getting to know another part of the country.  This will go a long way in helping you making your college choice when that times comes.  As a rising senior or junior college prospect this will greatly benefit you.

July 11-12 – TOP GUN in Rock Hill, SC.  This is your chance to try out to become a U.S. Army All-American or a Polynesian Bowl All-American.  At this camp, I will be selecting 2 Kickers and 2 Punters for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl (The largest and most prestigious All-American Game in the world).  I will also be selecting 2 K/P’s for the Polynesian Bowl (The fastest rising All-American Game to be played in Hawaii).  Chris Sailer Kicking rankings WILL be adjusted from the results of this camp.

TO REGISTER CALL: 973-366-5027

July 16-18 – TOP 12 (Invite Only Camp) in Los Angeles, CA.  If you have been invited to this camp, this is a no-brainer.  You are part of the most exclusive specialist club in the world!

So…. your recommended plan is: 3-5 College Camps, TWO 1-Day CSK Regional Camp & TOP GUN!

Classes of 2020 & 2021 Prospects

June: Attend 1 (max 2) College Camps.  These camps are 99% intended to scout and evaluate the Class of 2019.  You are going simply for experience.  Unless you are a 5-Star, Top 5 nationally ranked CSK prospect, I would highly recommend waiting for these camps until you are a rising senior.  I recommend going to 1 college camp simply to get experience.  Focus your energy and resources on camps that will help get you prepared.

Late June, July & August: Attend the following camps…
June 28 – Los Angeles, CA 1-Day Camp
June 30 – Charlotte, NC 1-Day Camp
July 1 – Atlanta, GA 1-Day Camp
July 9 – Chicago, IL 1-Day Camp
July 22 – Dallas, TX 1-Day Camp
August 5 – Honolulu, HI 1-Day Camp

*Attend the camp in your region. Possible consider attending an additional regional camp outside of your area to compete with others outside of your comfort zone and take the time to visit colleges in that area. Get experience traveling and getting to know another part of the country.

July 19-20 – The 2018 Underclassmen Invitational in Los Angeles, CA.  This is best camp that you will ever attend during your time in High School.  This camp is as much for the parents as it is for the players.  If you get invited to this camp, this is the CAN’T MISS camp of the summer.  Instruction, competition, rankings, seminars, friendships and fun.  Get ready for greatness!

So…. your recommended plan is: 1 (max 2) College Camps, ONE 1-Day CSK Regional Camp (possible 2) & the 2018 Underclassmen Invitational.

Classes of 2022 & 2023 Prospects

June: Private and Group Training with Chris Sailer Kicking Staff Members.  DO NOT attend College Camps. These are not beneficial for you at this time.  Focus on getting better to prepare for the future.

Late June, July & August: Attend the following camps…
June 28 – Los Angeles, CA 1-Day Camp
June 30 – Charlotte, NC 1-Day Camp
July 1 – Atlanta, GA 1-Day Camp
July 9 – Chicago, IL 1-Day Camp
July 22 – Dallas, TX 1-Day Camp
August 5 – Honolulu, HI 1-Day Camp

*Attend the camp in your region.

July 11-12 – TOP GUN in Rock Hill, SC. This is your chance to become an Adidas Freshman All-American (Class of 2022).  I will be selecting 2 K/P’s to participate in this incredible game at TOP GUN.  If you are in the Class of 2022 this is a can’t miss.  For all other youth players (2023 and younger): we feature a youth division at this camp which is unique to any other camp that we run.  This is an incredible opportunity to improve your skills and have fun with others your age.

TO REGISTER CALL: 973-366-5027

July 19-20 – The 2018 Underclassmen Invitational in Los Angeles, CA. This is best camp that you will ever attend during your time in High School. This camp is as much for the parents as it is for the players. If you get invited to this camp, this is the CAN’T MISS camp of the summer. Instruction, competition, rankings, seminars, friendships and fun. Get ready for greatness!

So…. your recommended plan is: private and group training, ONE 1-Day CSK Regional Camp, TOP GUN & The 2018 Underclassmen Invitational.

TO REGISTER FOR SUMMER CAMPS, CLICK HERE

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