Chris Sailer Kicking Punter Nicholas O’Toole commits to West Virginia

The exposure that Chris Sailer Kicking gives to its players has never been more evident in the recent success story of Fullerton JC Punter Nicholas O’Toole.  A virtual unknown on the recruiting scene after his first year at Fullerton Junior College, O’Toole planned on returning to the school for his sophomore season. Those plans changed after the Chris Sailer Kicking National Event last month in Las Vegas.

After an impressive showing at the Event, O’Toole was named to the “Top 12” coming out of the camp and opened many eyes at the D1 level. The 6’4” 215 pound O’Toole possesses the ideal size and strength to thrive at the next level and into the NFL.

Chris Sailer Kicking introduced O’Toole to the staff at West Virginia University and to say they were impressed is an understatement, in fact they were so impressed they offered O’Toole a full scholarship. O’Toole will sign his letter of intent to play for the Mountaineers on National Signing Day February 6th 2013.

This is true example of the power of exposure and relationships in the world of Kicking and Punting and Chris Sailer Kicking has both. O’Toole no doubt has the skills and talent to warrant a D1 Scholarship, but he needed the added exposure and CSK gave it to him. Chris Sailer Kicking couldn’t be more excited and proud of the future that awaits Nicholas O’Toole at West Virginia.

Look for O’Toole to star for the Mountaineers in the coming years.



Chris Sailer Kicking’s Jonathan King Commits to Tennessee Tech

The no. 4 punt prospect in the nation, Jonathan King, has committed to Tennessee Tech after careful consideration of multiple programs.  The 6’1”, 160 pound King has chosen to stay close to home as he fulfilled his wishes of nestling in to a school that feels like the perfect academic fit. As a 2012 National Event Punt finalist, and the 2012 Vegas Initial Round Punt Champion (Class of 2013,) King has been a student of CSK since 2011. King’s technique and consistency rank among the best in his class, and we wish him well as we send him off to college ball.

Jonathan King



The Value of 1 on 1 Coaching

While practicing with the team is a great way to improve a player’s overall football abilities and helps create a solid base of teamwork, there are certain skills that are hard to master when working in a team situation. Some of the most notable examples of this are kicking and punting. In a normal practice situation, the Kicker does not get the opportunity to utilize these skills as often as is necessary to develop them to their fullest. Additionally, many great football coaches do not have the knowledge necessary to bring out the best in a Kicker or Punter. Because of this, finding 1 on 1 coaching for kicking and punting is essential—to help a player reach his potential.

A professional kicking instructor and kicking camps prove to be the best way to teach this important skill. The best in the business is Chris Sailer Kicking. In addition to providing the coaching necessary to develop the player and bring out the best, Chris Sailer Kicking is THE SOURCE for college recruiting and exposure as well—offering a wellounded package of benefits to up and coming Kickers and Punters of all skill levels.

Stay tuned for updates from our National Events this week in Las Vegas:





Semper Fi All American Bowl Kickers and Punters chosen by Chris Sailer Kicking

Look for the 4 Kickers and Punters chosen by Chris Sailer Kicking in tonight’s Semper Fi All American Bowl. The game is nationally televised on the NFL Network and kickoff is tonight at 6pm PST at the Home Depot Center in Carson, CA.

The 4 nationally ranked kickers and punters include:

Punters – Jimmy Hutchinson (Auburn Commit) Andrew Antognoli (Harvard Commit)

Kickers – Michael Geiger (Michigan State Commit)  and Matt Anderson (CAL Commit)

Click Here for more information on tonight’s game. Congratulations to these 4 fine young men!

Andrew Antognoli (Harvard Commit)

Jimmy Hutchinson (Auburn Commit)

Matt Anderson (CAL Commit)

Michael Geiger (Michigan State Commit)



Bryan Anger – Mr. Power Leg in Football Kicking

Bryan Anger, a Chris Sailer kicking alum, wasn’t always known as America’s second best football punter in the nation and NFL. That said, he’s regularly made an impression in his football career, starting early on. In his college punting years, Anger made the All-Pac First Team three years straight.

In 2012 he was picked up as a third round draft pick and signed to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Since then, the rookie has posted 82 punts with an average 47.5 yard distance in 14 games. His overall yardage kicked totals almost 4,000 yards. It’s no surprise his teammates have nicknamed Bryan the moniker, “Banger,” for his powerful kicking leg and consistency.

Some critics are noting Anger needs development on directional kicking, harnessing the apparent power he has in a focused result. This development for now is expected to come with experience and game play, with Bryan having only played one full season so far.




Spring Kicking Camps, Punting Camps and Long Snapping Camps are open to ALL Kickers, Punters and Long Snappers. Spring Kicking Camps, Punting Camps and Long Snapping Camps are open to ALL Kickers, Punters and Long Snappers. You do NOT have to be invited to attended and any Spring Chris Sailer Kicking Camp and/or Punting Camp or Rubio Long Snapping Camp. These Kicking, Punting and Long Snapping Camps are open to Kickers, Punters and Long Snappers from 8th grade (younger with permission from Chris Sailer or Chris Rubio) through college.   – The winners of each camp receive a FREE admission to the May Vegas Event put on by Chris Sailer Kicking and Rubio Long Snapping (travel and accommodations excluded)


These camps are one day camps that offer instruction, film and classroom session, Kicking, Punting and Long Snapping Discussion, NCSA recruiting meeting, Nutritional Discussion and Competition. Attending these camps gives you top notch instruction and the chance to be added to the Chris Sailer Kicking and Rubio Long Snapping Player Ranking Section of the website.


  • February 24th, CA – March 3rd, TX
  • March 17th, IL
  • April 13, NC
  • April 14th, GA
  • April 28th, CA

SCHEDULE (subject to change)


  • 8:30 – 11:10 Instruction
  • 11:00 – 1:00 Film/Lunch
  • 1:00 – 1:45 Kicking, Punting and Recruiting Discussion / or NCSA Recruiting Meeting
  • 2:00 – 4:30 Competition and Evaluation

Click HERE to find out more information and/or to register for one of the above camps as a Kicker and/or Punter

Long Snappers:

  • 8:30 – 11:10 Instruction
  • 11:00 – 1:00 Film/Lunch
  • 1:00 – 1:45 Kicking, Punting and Recruiting Discussion / or NCSA Recruiting Meeting
  • 2:00 – 4:30 Filming for YouTube, Competition and Evaluation

Click HERE to register as a long snapper for one of the above camps.

Note: Spots are limited to ensure quality instruction. Sign up early to avoid missing out.


  • February 24th, CA
  • March 3rd, TX
  • March 17th, IL
  • April 13, NC
  • April 14th, GA
  • April 28th, CA


  • To get the best instruction and the most exposure possible in the world as a Kicker, Punter and Long Snapper.
  • To be ranked with Chris Sailer Kicking and Rubio Long Snapping.
  • To receive a Chris Sailer Kicking or Rubio Long Snapping shirt.
  • To be filmed for YouTube (Long Snappers)
  • To have the chance to win FREE admission to the Chris Sailer Kicking and Rubio Long Snapping National Spring Event in May in Las Vegas (travel and accommodations not included)



Knight of Honor & Athletic Hall of Fame Inductions: Chris Sailer to be Honored

Knight of Honor & Athletic Hall of Fame Inductions
Saturday, February 23, 2013

6:00 p.m. – Social
7:00 p.m. – Dinner/Ceremony

Notre Dame will continue its great annual tradition by awarding its Knights of Honor award to Rex and Maureen Ralwinson and the Fritz B. Burns Foundation.  Rex and Maureen are the parents of three Notre Dame graduates, Justin ’91, Neil ’94 and Ian ‘97.  Rex served on the NDHS Board of Directors in the late 1990’s and, as a Director of the Fritz B. Burns Foundation (along with Maureen), was instrumental in the foundation’s major support and construction of the Fritz B. Burns Center for Arts and Technology.  The foundation’s support continued for the construction of the Br. Robert Hampton, CSC Science Building, the planned Joseph Rawlinson Aquatic Center (2013) and the renovation of the gymnasium (2014).  The service, devotion and generosity of the Fritz B. Burns Foundation and the Rawlinson Family is a gift that has served thousands of Notre Dame students and they are deserving recipients of the 2013 Knights of Honor Award.

Notre Dame High School also is pleased to announce it will honor several athletic inductees to its Hall of Fame preceding the Knight of Honor award presentation.  The Hall of Fame began inducting athletes in 2011 and this is the third induction class.


The 2013 inductees are:

Tony Salas ’57 (posthumous) – The first 2-Time All-CIF athlete, averaged 16.3 points per game as a basketball captain in his senior year.

Bud Fabian ’69 – 1st Team All Del Rey League and 1st Team All-CIF in 1968-69, he scored 66 points in a single game versus Cathedral High School (still a record). Bud went on to play for a nationallyanked Santa Clara University team 1970-72 before suffering a career-ending injury in 1973.

Escamillo (“Eski”) Viltz ’78 – A 2-Time All-CIF baseball star at NDHS.

Nigel Miguel ’81 – All-CIF, All American and McDonald’s All American standout at NDHS who led his team to a 19-5 record and Del Rey League title.  He played four years at UCLA and was the team’s leading scorer his senior year as the Bruins won the NIT championship.

Chris Sailer ’95 – Kicked a national record 22 field goals at ND and was a high school All-American.  A 2-time All-American at UCLA as a kicker and punter, still holding the UCLA record for longest field goal (56 yards).



Travis Johnson ’00 – A 2-Time All-CIF football star, Johnson also earned Parade, PrepStar, Football News and USA Today All American First Team honors in setting the NDHS career record for sacks (61), tackles for loss (77) and forced fumbles (14).  He was All-ACC his senior year at Florida State University before being selected as the 16th player of the first round of the NFL draft by the HoustonTexans in 2005.

Garrett Green ’06 – A 3-Time All CIF quarterback, Green led the Knights to three consecutive titles and is the winningest quarterback in NDHS history.  He also was a state finalist hurdler.  He continued his football career at USC and was a member of the national contending Trojans for four seasons.


For more information please contact
Susan Armendariz at (818) 933-3608 or 
or Katie Feeney at (818) 933-3606 or


2012 Herbalife 24 High School Football Awards

This past weekend was the Herbalife 24 Chris Sailer and Chris Rubio Awards for top high school Placekicker and Long Snapper. Three kickers and three long snappers were brought into L.A. Live for the awards show. The three finalists for the Chris Sailer Award for top Placekicker were Austin Rehkow (WA, ’13), Kevin Robledo (CA, ’15) and Wyatt Schmidt (MN, ’13). The three finalists for the Chris Rubio Award for top Long Snapper were Cole Mazza (CA, ’13), Gabriel Miller (IN, ’13) and Scott Sypniewski (IL, ’13).

Wyatt Schmidt & Cole MazzaThe weekend started off with the finalists that were flown into LAX being picked up in limos and driven to the JW Marriott. Once there, they, and a guest of their choice, relaxed in their rooms and waited for dinner at the ESPN Zone. The first night’s dinner was casual with everyone getting to know one another and to finally see the trophies they worked so hard to hopefully take home the next day.

Saturday started off with a breakfast at the Herbalife building with a presentation on nutrition and supplements. Following the breakfast, the finalists, along with Chris Sailer and Chris Rubio, were driven in a limo to Saddle Ranch restaurant on Sunset Blvd. Needless to say, they ate and ate and ate some more. At 6:00 pm, the Awards show officially started in the Herbalife building at L.A. Live. Everyone in attendance was formally dressed, looking sharp as the tension filled the air.

Master of Ceremonies Wayne Cook of Fox Sports West did a tremendous job as he brought up guest speakers and conducted interviews with the finalists on stage. After much adieu, the winner of the Chris Rubio Award for top high school Long Snapper in the country was presented to Cole Mazza and the winner of the top high school Placekicker in the country was presented to Wyatt Schmidt!

 Chris Sailer & Wyatt Schmidt


Ryan Allen wins the Ray Guy Award!

Ryan Allen has done it again!  He was won the Ray Guy Award, awarded to the nations top punter in the NCAA FBS division!

Allen is the second two-time winner of the award, the first being Daniel Sepulveda.  He had the longest punt in the nation this season with an 85-yard punt against New Mexico State. Over 46 percent went for over 50 yards and over 44 percent were inside the 20.

Allen also was named to the AFCA FBS Coaches’ All-America Team the week before, the second-straight year he was named All-American.

A long time Chris Sailer Kicking student, Ryan has been working with us since his Sophomore year of High School.

Ryan Allen Punting


Dean Crozier has Committed to Rutgers!

Every February, on a yearly trip to Australia to evaluate Australian Punters, Chris Sailer Kicking discovered Dean.  He had only been punting for a few months when we took him on and trained him just February of this year.

During his training, realizing he was a special kicker, he was encouraged to attend our 11th Annual National Kicking Spring Event in Las Vegas, which happens in May.  Coming from Aussie football, he really performed at a high level and impressed everyone.  Chris Sailer Kicking then got him publicity by getting him all over the National Radar for schools looking for a punter of his caliber.

Dean may end up being one of the best punters to ever come through Chris Sailer Kicking.  He has the physical size and strength to dominate the D1 level.  Even though he just has recently picked up punting, he has made tremendous strides in a short amount of time. A big time prospect that has NFL written all over him with hard work.  At 6’7″ tall and 242lbs, he is a very big prospect for kicking!

Dean Crozier is the second of CSK’s Australian Punters to commit in this class (we have 3 per year).  Daniel Cadona committed to Lousiana Lafayette early this year also.

Here is a link to Dean’s Chris Sailer Kicking Profile.  Take note that his National Rank is currently 9th!

Watch this video now and see for yourself!