Chris Sailer Kicking “Event Elite” Punter Alex Kinney Commits to Colorado!

Chris Sailer Kicking “Event Elite” Punter / Kicker Alex Kinney has officially committed to the University of Colorado.  The #3 Punter in the nation & #22 Kicker in the nation made his decision last night.  The offer and commitment is well deserved!  The University of Colorado is getting one of very best, if not the best.

We met Alex in January at the 12th Annual National Kicking Event in Las Vegas.  He did a great job and landed in the Top 25 both as a punter and kicker.  He showed huge potential.  He then came back to Las Vegas in May for the 12th Annual National Spring Event where he absolutely exploded on the scene.  He kicked very well, but punting is where he really excelled.  He won the Class of 2015 Punt Competition and landed at #3 in the nation.  He also made “Event Elite” and was invited to the “TOP 12” and “Event Elite” camp in June where the best of the best gather and compete.

Alex had another great performance at the “TOP 12” and “Event Elite” Camp.  The 40 best specialists in the world gathered in Los Angeles to compete.  Kinney once again came out on top of the punting competition, beating the likes of Tommy Townsend (Tennessee commit), Blake Johnson (Duke, Oregon State & Colorado offers), & Corey Fatony (Missouri commit) to name a few.  Once the news got out,  it was no surprise that Colorado came in with the offer.

Alex is a special athlete.  Look for him to have an outstanding career at Colorado in the Pac-12.  A bright future awaits.

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Chris Sailer Kicking – May & June Recap!

Chris Sailer Kicking had perhaps the busiest two months in the history of the business during the months of May & June 2014.  During that time we traveled the country and trained and evaluated nearly 2,000 specialists.  There have been scholarships offered, college commitments made & huge ranking changes.  Take a look at the highlights.

May 2-3 – FBU San Diego
High School MVP’s: Brandon Hong (2015), Andrew Rodriguez (2016) & Brandon Heicklin (2015)
Youth MVP: Ryan Sanborn (2019)

May 4 – Las Vegas Spring Event Prep Camp
Camp Champion – Matt Boermeester (JC 2015)

May 10-11 – 12th Annual National Kicking Spring Event – Las Vegas, NV

Overall Champions:
Kicker – Laszlo Toser (2015 TN)
Punter – Matt Mengel (2014 JC CA)

Saturday Competition Winners
Group 1 Field Goal Last Man Standing (FR & SO): Keith Duncan (2016 NC)
Group 2 Field Goal Last Man Standing (JR): Nick Hart (GA)
Group 4 Field Goal Last Man Standing (2014/JC/TR): Cody Thornton (TR CA)

Group 3 Punters Only Champions
Competition 1: Osborn Umeh (JC CA)
Competition 2: Tommy Townsend (2015 FL)
Competition 3: Michael Fitzgerald (TR Australia)

Sunday Initial Round Competition Winners (By Class)
Field Goal
2017: Billy Mitchell (FL)
2016: Skyler Southam (UT)
2015: Blake Cusick (CA)
2014/JC/TR: Cody Thornton (CA)

Kickoff
2017: Cooper Graham (NC)
2016: Bailey Raborn (LA)
2015: Matt Abramo (CA) & Cole Austin (TX)
2014/JC/TR: Cody Thornton (CA)

Punt
2017: Christian Van Sickle (NC)
2016: Jet Toner (HI)
2015: Alex Kinney (CO)
2014/JC/TR: Osborn Umeh (CA) & Matt Mengel (CA)

“EVENT ELITE” Announced:
Class of 2016
Kickers:
Skyler Southam (UT)
Butch Hampton (OK)

Punters:
Jet Toner (HI)
Kyle Thompson (CA)

Class of 2015:
Kickers:
Matt Abramo (CA)
Cole Austin (TX)
Trey Blasingame (GA)
Blanton Creque (KY)
Connor Crow (TX)
JJ Molson (Canada)
Coleman Olivas (CA)
Spencer Pettit (WA)
Matthew Phillichi (WA)
Kevin Robledo (CA)
Laszlo Toser (TN)
Mason Weissenhofer (IL)
Josh Williams (TX)

Punters:
Zach Charme (ID)
Tommy Townsend (FL)
Alex Trifonovitch (HI)
Gage Wilson (NV)

Combo Players K/P:
Luke Carter (SC)
Blake Cusick (CA)
Brandon Hong (CA)
Gregory Hutchins (Canada)
Alex Kinney (CO)
Mason McLean (AL)
Evan Rabon (SC)
Ryan Rodriguez (TX)
Jackson Van Sickle (NC)

Junior College
Kickers:
Matt Boermeester (CA)
Franklyn Cervenka (CA)
Jamie Sutcliffe (CA)

Punters:
Jake Ambrose (CA)
Thomas Manning (CA)

Combo Players K/P:
Casey Eyman (CA)

Class of 2017 Honorable Mention: Brandon Ruiz, Billy Mitchell.

Class of 2016 Honorable Mention: Dominic Maggio, Bailey Raborn, Kekoa Sasaoka, Jonn Young, Matt Blair, Josh Burton, Keith Duncan, Seth Kujawski, Bryce Lugviel, Andrew Rodriguez.

Class of 2015 Honorable Mention: Cristian Bianchi, Shawn Davis, Hayes Foster, Logan Howard, Nick Marrone, Adam Walter, Steven Sawicki, Ben Utter.

Junior College Honorable Mention: Francisco Condado, Tyler Franzen, Eddie Garcia, JD Houston

May 2-3 – FBU Seattle
High School MVP’s: Spencer Pettit (2015) & Kyle Sentkowski (2017)

May 30-31 – FBU Los Angeles
High School MVP’s: Kevin Robledo (2015) & Blake Johnson (2015)
Youth MVP: Campbell Geddes (2018)

June 7-17 – College Camps at Alabama, Texas A&M, USC, Oregon & UCLA

June 18-20 – “TOP 12” & “Event Elite” Invite Only Camp
Field Goal Champion: Blanton Creque (2015)
Punt Champion: Alex Kinney (2015)
Kickoff Champion: Connor Crow (2015)
Top 5 High School Kicking Performers: Jack Gonsoulin, Bennett Moehring, Kevin Robledo, Spencer Pettit & Connor Crow
Top 5 High School Punting Performers: Alex Kinney, Blake Johnson, Tommy Townsend, Joe Schopper & Corey Fatony
Top 2 Junior College Performers: Matt Boermeester & Jamie Sutcliffe
Top 2 Junior College Performers: Jake Ambrose & Tommy Manning

June 20-21 – Underclassmen Event Invite Only Camp
Overall High School Champion: Butch Hampton (2016)
Overall Youth Champion: Will Reichard (2019)
Field Goal Champions: Butch Hampton & Jonn Young & Will Reichard (Youth)
Punt Champions: Jet Toner & Jared Smolar & JP Rybus (Youth)
Kickoff Champions: Jerry Fitschen & Adam Stack

Chris Sailer Kicking has seen many college scholarship offers and commitments as well.  Take a look:

Commitments: Matt Boermeester (USC), Andrew Galitz (Miami), Andrew David (Michigan), Daniel LaCamera (Texas A&M), Corey Fatony (Missouri), Jameson Vest (Toledo), Jake Bailey (Stanford), Tommy Townsend (Tennessee), Ivy Wall (UAB), Skyler Southam (BYU)

Offers: Blake Johnson (Oregon State, Colorado, Duke), Matt Abramo (Washington State, Air Force), Alex Kinney (Colorado), Rodrigo Blankenship (UAB), Ben Kreitenberg (Air Force) + many Ivy League Offers!

Many More To Come! Stay Tuned.

Upcoming Chris Sailer Kicking Camps:
July 11-12 – FBU Dublin, OH
July 13 – Chicago, IL
July 15 – Dallas, TX
July 18-19 – FBU TOP GUN Dublin, OH
July 20 – LSU College Camp
July 26 – Charlotte, NC
July 27 – Atlanta, GA
July 30 – Los Angeles, CA

So much yet to be determined.  Visit ChrisSailerKicking.com for more information, rankings & registration
2014 CSK Camp Schedule

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Meet the Class of 2015 Chris Sailer Kicking “TOP 12”

In 2003, Chris Sailer Kicking established the biggest kicking, punting, and long snapping camp the world had ever seen, The National Kicking Competition.  The camp brought in the best of the best from across the nation to compete at one location.  The camp established credible recruiting rankings and evaluations for kickers, punters, and long snappers that college coaches across the country would use for years to come.  The camp, now known as the National Kicking Event, takes place in Las Vegas each year in January.

Every athlete comes with one major goal in common, making the prestigious “TOP 12”.  This is THE exposure list to be on for national exposure.  The twelve best underclassmen in the nation are identified for the Kicking/Punting positions.  The best of the best are then invited to the exclusive, invite only, “TOP 12” camp that following summer.  College coaches take notice, and scholarships are awarded.

To get an idea for what the “TOP 12” is all about, take a look at some of the very best over the years:  David Buehler (USC, Dallas Cowboys & New York Giants), Ryan Succop (South Carolina & Kansas City Chiefs), , Kai Forbath (UCLA & Lou Groza Award Winner, & Washington Redskin), Dan Bailey (Oklahoma State, Lou Groza Award Winner & Dallas Cowboys), & Randy Bullock (Texas A&M, Lou Groza Awards Winner, & Houston Texan), Bryan Anger (CAL & Jacksonville Jaguar), Blair Walsh (Georgia & Minnesota Viking All-Pro), Justin Tucker (Texas, Baltimore Raven & Super Bowl Champion), Jeff Locke (UCLA & Minnesota Viking)  Just to name a few!
So far the “TOP 12″ has already made some serious noise.  Andrew David is committed to Michigan on full scholarship.  Andrew Galitz is committed to Miami on full scholarship.  Blake Johnson has offers from Oregon State, Duke & Colorado.  Daniel LaCamera has an offer from Colorado. Ben Kreitenberg has an offer from Air Force.  Much more to come!

Meet the “TOP 12″ Class of 2015!

IMG_1694Blake Johnson
Graduating Class of: 2015
State: CA
Position: Punter
Current National CSK Punter Ranking: #1
Height: 6-1
Weight: 190
Top 5 College Choices: 1. UCLA 2. USC 3.  Auburn 4. Texas 5. Tennessee
Offers: Oregon State, Colorado
Hobbies: 1. Lifting Weights  2. Lacrosse 3. Punting with Aaron Perez
3 People You Look Up To: 1. God 2. My Mom 3. My Dad
3 Favorite Athletes: 1. Bryan Anger 2. Clay Matthews 3. Tim Tebow
Favorite Quote: “Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time. ” – Thomas Edison
Blake says: ”My goals are simple, I want to earn a great education while playing big time football. I’m the best in the nation because I work the hardest at everything I do and I am very dedicated.  There is no one who wants it more then I do and I expect nothing less of myself.”
Chris Sailer says: “Blake is simply an outstanding punter.  A great athlete with all the tools.  Has a great punting frame and strong leg.  Punts for excellent distance, hang time and direction.  Does his best under pressure.  A fine young man with a great attitude and work ethic.  Has a bright future at the college level.  Big time prospect.  OFFER NOW!!!”

IMG_1612Andrew David
Graduating Class of: 2015
State: OH
Position: Kicker
Current National CSK Kicker Ranking: #9
Height: 5-10
Weight: 190
Committed: Michigan
Hobbies: 1. Working out 2. Kicking / Baseball  3. NCAA Video Game
3 People You Look Up To: 1. Grandfather 1 2. Grandfather 2 3. Dad
3 Favorite Athletes: 1. David Wright 2. Blair Walsh 3. Johnny Manziel
Favorite Quote: “Some people say oh well I’m from New York… So ??…I’m from Massillon” -Ellery Moore- Massillon football player/ Kentucky football alumni
Andrew says: ”I would like to start as a freshmen kicking in college if possibly as my top goal, and play baseball as well if allowed, my confidence and game readiness playing in the biggest stages in high school football and performing the best in the biggest games to me would be my best reason to be top in the nation.”
Chris Sailer says: “Andrew is simply a great kicker.  A fine athlete with a big time leg.  Field goals are perhaps the best in the nation at this point.  He is smooth, technically sound, and consistent.  Kicks his best in pressure situations.  A true gamer.  Kickoffs are solid.  Also shows punting ability.  Has the right attitude and excellent work ethic.  Great prospect.  Nice early pick up for Michigan!”

IMG_1753Bennett Moehring
Graduating Class of: 2015
State:  AR
Position: Kicker / Punter
Current National CSK Kicker Ranking: #3
Current National CSK Punter Ranking: #16
Height: 5-9
Weight:  175
Top 5 College Choices: 1. Virginia 2. Vanderbilt 3. USC 4. CAL 5. Duke
Hobbies: 1. Fishing 2. Working Out 3. Friends
3 People You Look Up To: 1. Keith Chancey 2. Coach Chris Michaels 3. Grandmother
3 Favorite Athletes: 1. Lionel Messi 2. Kevin Durant 3. Tony Romo
Favorite Quote: “Ambition is everything” -anonymous
Bennett says: ”I want to put forth the necessary work and effort in order to maximize my potential as an athlete and student to see what opportunities fall into place. My work ethic and uncompromised drive to accomplish what I want is what makes me the best in the nation.”
Chris Sailer says: “Bennett is a simply great kicker.  You can easily argue that he is the #1 kicker in that nation. He has a big time leg and hits an excellent ball off the ground.  One of the most consistent kickers in the nation. Does very well under pressure. Hits a college ball right now.  Kickoffs are also outstanding.  Solid punter as well. Has a great attitude and work ethic.  Big time prospect.  OFFER NOW!!!”

IMG_1651Daniel LaCamera
Graduating Class of: 2015
State: FL
Position: Kicker / Punter
Current National CSK Kicker Ranking: #6
Current National CSK Punter Ranking: #4
Height: 6-4
Weight: 225
Offers: Colorado
Top 5 College Choices: 1. Clemson 2. Auburn 3.  Miami 4. Florida 5. Colorado
Hobbies: 1. Sports  2. Video Games 3. Friends
3 People You Look Up To: 1. Dad 2. Football Coach Bob Hudson 3. Tim Tebow
3 Favorite Athletes: 1. Caleb Sturgis 2. Matt Prater 3. LeBron James
Favorite Quote: “Hard work beats talent, when talent dosen’t work hard.”
Daniel says: “My goal is to work harder than anyone else to become the best kicker/punter I can be. What make me the best is my natural ability and size are one thing, but combined with my hard work, there should be no one better.”
Chris Sailer says: “Daniel is one of the most talented K/P in the nation.  He has a big time leg and kicks with ease.  Field goals, kickoffs and punts are all near the very top of his class.  Kicks well under pressure.  He has a bright future with continued hard work.  A top national combo prospect.  Love his attitude and work ethic.  Excellent prospect.  OFFER NOW!!!”

IMG_3389Quinton Conaway
Graduating Class of: 2015
State: OK
Position: Kicker
Current National CSK Kicker Ranking: #16
Height: 6-1
Weight: 180
Top 5 College Choices: 1. Stanford 2. Oregon 3. Northwestern 4. Kansas State 5. Washington
Hobbies: 1. Kicking  2. Friends 3. Tennis
3 People You Look Up To: 1. Luke Skywalker 2. Liam Neeson 3. Chris Sailer
3 Favorite Athletes: 1. Trevor Moore 2. Carson Wiggs 3. Chris Rubio
Favorite Quote: “I’m a peacock captain, and you gotta let me fly!” Will Ferrell, The Other Guys”
Quinton says: ”My goal is to play at a division one college and have my family be able to watch me on ESPN on Saturday. I believe my work ethic makes me best in the nation, I do not believe in not giving 100% effort in everything I do, whether it be kicking, class work, working out, or anything else, why not try your best?
Chris Sailer says: “Quinton is an outstanding kicker.  One of the biggest legs in his class.  Hits a great ball with excellent height off the ground.  Kickoffs are near the top of his class.  Kicks well under pressure. Has as much talent as anyone in the nation.  Also developing into a top punter.  A fine young man with a great attitude and work ethic.  One of the hardest workers out there.  A fine college prospect.  OFFER NOW!!!”

IMG_1664Ben Kreitenberg
Graduating Class of: 2015
State: CA
Position: Kicker
Current National CSK Kicker Ranking: #17
Height: 5-9
Weight: 160
Top 5 College Choices: 1. UCLA 2. Stanford 3. Penn State 4. Washington 5. USC
Offers: Air Force
Hobbies: 1.  Kicking 2. Pilates 3. Basketball
3 People You Look Up To: 1. John Wooden 2. Mother 3. Grandfather
3 Favorite Athletes: 1. Kobe Bryant 2. Yasiel Puig 3. Clayton Kershaw
Favorite Quote: “Things turn out best for the people who make the best out of the way things turn out” – John Wooden
Ben says: ”My goal is to get an excellent academic education and kick at a D1 school. I believe that I am the best kicker in the nation because when I am on the field I have the most confidence and I have made big kicks with all eyes on me.”
Chris Sailer says: “Ben is a phenomenal kicker.  He has a big time leg, kicks with great technique, and does his best under pressure.  Has all the tools that a big time college kicker needs.  Field goals and kickoffs are outstanding.  Also shows nice punting ability.  A fine young man with a great attitude and work ethic.  A bright future awaits Ben. Outstanding prospect! OFFER NOW!!!”

IMG_1620Cole Fisher
Graduating Class of: 2015
State: GA
Position: Kicker
Current National CSK Kicker Ranking: #2
Height: 6-1
Weight: 185
Top 5 College Choices: 1. Georgia 2. Texas A&M 3.  Mississippi State 4.  Auburn 5. Florida
Hobbies: 1. Kicking 2. Hunting 3. Fishing
3 People You Look Up To: 1. Father 2. Grandmother 3. Usain Bolt
3 Favorite Athletes: 1. Adam Vinatieri 2. Bo Jackson 3. Tony Gonzolez
Favorite Quote: “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work.” -Kevin Durant
Cole says: ”My goals are to get a full scholarship so I can get a great education and be prepared for life. What make me the best is my work ethic and the attitude that there is always room for improvement.”
Chris Sailer says: “Cole is simply a fantastic kicker.  A great looking athlete with a big time leg.  Field goals and kickoffs are smooth, strong and consistent. Kicks very well under pressure.  A fine young man with a great attitude and work ethic.  Pure and reliable kicker. Has proven time and time again that he is one of the very best in the nation. He is the whole package.  Scholarship kicker without a doubt.  OFFER NOW!!!”

IMG_1757Jameson Vest
Graduating Class of: 2015
State: GA
Position: Kicker
Current National CSK Kicker Ranking: #10
Height: 5-10
Weight: 205
Top 5 College Choices: 1. Texas A&M 2. Georgia 3. South Florida 4. USC 5. East Carolina
Hobbies: 1. Friends 2. Collecting Mini Football Helmets 3.  Drawing
3 People You Look Up To: 1. Father 2. Coach Earwood 3. Coach Enloe
3 Favorite Athletes: 1. Drew Brees 2. Tyrann Mathieu 3. Darren Sproles
Favorite Quote: “It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light.” – Aristotle Onassis
Jameson says: ”My goals are to be the best kicker that I can be and live the dream of playing college football and potential somewhere farther.  I feel that my work ethic is what puts me in a good position to be the best, but it would be nothing without my positive attitude.”
Chris Sailer says: “Jameson is an outstanding kicking prospect.  A great athlete with a big time leg that shows excellent ability and potential.  Hits a huge ball off the ground.  Kicks very well under pressure.   Kickoffs are near the top of his class.  He has a big time future.  A fine young man with a great attitude and work ethic.  Excellent prospect.  OFFER NOW!!!”

IMG_1680Joe Schopper
Graduating Class of: 2015
State: IN
Position: Punter
Current National CSK Punter Ranking: #8
Height: 5-11
Weight: 190
Top 5 College Choices: 1. Purdue 2. USF 3. Notre Dame 4. Louisville 5. Ohio State
Hobbies: 1. Skiing 2. Basketball 3. Travel
3 People You Look Up To: 1. Mom 2. Dad 3. Reggie Miller
3 Favorite Athletes: 1. Pat McAfee 2. Reggie Wayne 3. Peyton Manning
Favorite Quote: “Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Joe says: ”I want to get into a good college to study pharmacy while playing football.  I have a great work ethic that translates into being able to do well in games.”
Chris Sailer says: “Joe is a big time punting prospect.  A great athlete with a great frame.  He has a huge leg and shows tremendous potential and upside.  Already hitting balls over 5.0 seconds.  Has all the tools to dominate at the college level.  With hard work, watch out. Has a great attitude.  Excellent prospect.”

IMG_1661Corey Fatony
Graduating Class of: 2015
State: TN
Position: Kicker / Punter
Current National CSK Kicker Ranking: #19
Current National CSK Punter Ranking: #9
Height: 5-10
Weight: 190
Top 5 College Choices: 1. Texas A&M 2. Missouri 3. Auburn 4. Georgia 5. Duke
Hobbies: 1. Guitar 2. Walk my dog  3. Church
3 People You Look Up To: 1. Jesus 2. My pastor Steve Berger 3. Oprah
3 Favorite Athletes: 1. Justin Tucker 2. Thomas Morestead 3. Eddie George
Favorite Quote: “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit.”
Corey says: ”My goal is to be all state again, top my 68 yd punt, top my 54 yd FG. I’m the best in the nation because I work hard and take coaching very seriously.”
Chris Sailer says: “Corey is a big time punting prospect.  A great athlete with a big leg.  Punts for excellent distance and hang time.  Shows potential to be the best out there.  Also a big time kicker.  A top combo prospect in the nation.  Has a great attitude and work ethic.  OFFER NOW!!!”

IMG_1607Andrew Galitz
Graduating Class of: 2015
State: TX
Position: Kicker / Punter
Current National CSK Kicker Ranking: #1
Current National CSK Punter Ranking: #5
Height: 6-1
Weight: 185
Top 5 College Choices: 1. Oklahoma 2. Texas A&M 3.TCU  4. Texas 5. LSU
Committed: Miami
Hobbies: 1. Kick/Punt 2. Sleep 3. Eat
3 People You Look Up To:
3 Favorite Athletes: 1. Brad Wing 2. Lionel Messi 3. Cristiano Ronaldo
Favorite Quote: “Work hard in silence. Let success make the noise.”
Andrew says: ”My goals are to reach college and win the Lou Groza award and hopefully play in the NFL. My work ethic makes me one of the best kickers/punters in the nation.”
Chris Sailer says: “Andrew is an outstanding kicker.  He has a big time leg and makes kicks with excellent consistency off the ground.  Field goals and kickoffs are both equally strong.  Punting is also a huge strength. Kicks extremely well under pressure.  Has developed into the best combo player in the nation.  A fine young man with a great attitude and work ethic. A bright college future awaits.  There is zero doubt he is ready for D1 football. OFFER NOW!!!”

IMG_1615Jack Gonsoulin
Graduating Class of: 2015
State: LA
Position: Kicker
Current National CSK Kicker Ranking: #8
Height: 5-10
Weight: 175
Top 5 College Choices: 1. LSU 2.Vanderbilt 3. Texas A&M 4. Auburn 5. Air Force
Hobbies: 1. Guitar 2. Cycling 3. Reading
3 People You Look Up To: 1. Martin Luther King, Jr. 2. Bill Gates 3. Thomas Edison
3 Favorite Athletes: 1. Justin Tucker 2. Sergei Bubka, 3. Lionel Messi
Favorite Quote: “Well, you can either get busy living or get busy dying.” -Andy Dufresne, Shawshank Redemption
Jack says: ”My goals are to be the best kicker in the nation, to compete at the highest level that I can, and to get a scholarship to kick at a Division 1 University. I believe I am the best kicker in the nation not only because of my leg strength and ball height, but also because of my work ethic and that I will not stop until I am the best kicker in the country.
Chris Sailer says: “Jack is an extremely talented kicker.  He has one of the biggest legs in the nation.  Field goals are big time off the ground.  Gets great height on his ball.  Kickoffs are college ready.  Also a developing punter.   Has a great attitude and work ethic.   Outstanding prospect.  Love his upside.  Offer Now!!!”

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Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Camps 2014!

The most common question so far about the summer of 2014 has been, “There are so many camps, how do I know which camps to attend and how many camps should I attend?”

I will do my best to give you some clear and simple tips.

What types of camps are there?

College Camps:
•    These are essentially tryouts that are run by the Universities themselves.
•    Seniors to be should attend these camps.
•    Younger players may want to attend one or two of these simply for experience.  (Unless you are the #1 or #2 ranked specialist in the nation)
•    Register for these camps through the University by either going to their website or calling the football office.
•    Don’t expect great instruction.  Remember, these are basically tryouts.  Most eyes will be on the best of the best.
•    Camp size ranges from 75-250 Kickers, Punters & Long Snappers.
•    NO RANKINGS
•    BLOG 1 on College Camps
•    BLOG 2 on College Camps
•    BLOG 3 on College Camps

Chris Sailer Kicking Underclassmen Event & “TOP 12” & Event Elite:
•    These are the ONLY 2 INVITE ONLY camps that Chris Sailer Runs.  You must be invited to attend.
•    You should 100% attend if you are invited.
•    These camps should be your #1 priority. Period.
•    Underclassmen = Juniors, Sophomores, Freshman, or 8th Graders for the coming year.
•    Underclassmen is a combination of education & competition.  Parents should 100% attend as this camp is it is as much for them.
•    Underclassmen camp size 50-75 Kickers & Punters.
•    “TOP 12” & “Event Elite” = Best of the best in the world invited based on performance in Las Vegas in either January or May.
•    “TOP 12” & “Event Elite” is open to the public for viewing.
•    Rankings will be updated based on performance.

CSK – 1 Day Camps in Chicago, IL, Dallas, TX, Charlotte, NC, Atlanta, GA & Los Angeles, CA:
•    Most popular CSK camps that provide the entire experience.  (Instruction, Parent Involvement, Film Analysis, Competition, Rankings)
•    Those entering senior year should attend 1-2 of these camps.
•    Younger players should attend at least one of these.

FBU Camps
•    Invite only camps run by FBU (A Chris Sailer Kicking Partner)
•    If you are invited, you should 100% attend at least 1 of these camps.
•    Expect great instruction and exposure (Chris Sailer & Chris Rubio present)
•    Regional camps in Orlando, FL, San Diego, CA, Dallas, TX, Los Angeles, CA Seattle, WA & Dublin, OH.
•    Top Gun camp in Dublin, OH July 18-19, 2014.
•    2 Kickers, 2 Punters & 2 Long Snappers will be selected to play in the 2014 U.S. Army All-American Bowl at the Top Gun Camp.
•    Youth specialists will be selected to play in the East Bay All-American Games!  Other specialists will be invited to play in the FBU Championships.
•    Register for these camps by calling FBU and using the Code CS14
•    Rankings on www.ChrisSailerKicking.com are updated based on performance.

So, of course, now you have follow up questions.

Q: My son is a senior to be, won’t his legs get tired?

A: If you want to play college football, this summer should be 100% dedicated to kicking & punting.  To answer the question….YES, they will get tired.  You have to be smart about laying out your summer schedule.  You cannot kick/punt everyday.  Your body needs rest to stay healthy and maintain the ability to perform at your highest level.  Try not to kick/punt on consecutive days.  If you have to kick/punt on consecutive days, take 2 days of rest before the next time you kick/punt.

Q: Many camps are scheduled for the same day?  And if I cannot kick/punt on consecutive days I am going to miss out on many opportunities, so what do I do?

A: It is impossible to be in 2 places at once.  So sometimes you will have to make tough choices.  A college coach can schedule you to come kick/punt for them on an alternate date.  As long as the University is putting on another camp on that day, you can go kick/punt for them.  The coach has to be willing to do this for you.  This is how you will know how bad they really want you.  Call the coach and try to schedule and alternate date.

Q: How do I prioritize which camps are most important?

A: 1. “TOP 12” & “Event Elite”, 2. Underclassmen “Invite” Event, 3. FBU Top Gun, 4. Chris Sailer Kicking 1-Day Camps, 5. College Camps, 6. FBU Regional Camps

Q: Camps costs and the travel costs associated with these camps can be very expensive, so what do I do?

A: You will have to prioritize based on the above.  It is important to see other parts of the country if possible.  This will one day make the college decision process much easier.  Again, tough choices.

Q: I am getting a lot of “Invites” from competitors of yours?  Do I have to go to these?

A: I can write a book on this.  But to keep it simple, No.  Invites aren’t invites if they invite everyone.  Our website is used everyday to solicit.  Clever advertising doesn’t equal a quality camp.  Chris Sailer Kicking is the #1 most trusted resource for college coaches nationwide.  Actions speak louder than words.  Believe in Chris Sailer Kicking and will you not be disappointed.

Tips:

•    Be realistic about your skill level when it comes to college camps.  Remember, these are tryouts.  Attend college camps at the level in which you are capable of playing.  This will give you college options.  Attend D1, D2, D3, NAIA, etc. camps where you have a realistic chance of playing.  Otherwise you will simply be spinning your wheels.  Be open minded in your search.
•    There is no way to figure out 100% which Universities will be offering scholarships.  Things are always changing.  Almost every University will take 1 Kicker, 1 Punter & 1 Long Snapper each year as either a scholarship or preferred walk on athlete.  So, all college camps provide opportunity.  Don’t stress yourself out trying to figure out everything that happens behind the scenes.  Their is NO LIST.
•    If a college doesn’t have a kicking camp (common with lower level schools), call the coach and ask for a day that you can kick/punt for them.
•    Don’t kick at a college camp if your are not 100%.  You want to show at your absolute best.  Your performance/results/charts will be used by not only that University, but shared with others as well.  Word travels fast both in the positive and negative.
•    When you travel, take advantage of the opportunity. Visit Universities in the area.  Get a feel for the area or region of the country.  Do not be afraid to simply walk on campus and into the football office.  Tell them you are a Chris Sailer Kicking recruit and would love a tour.  Most Universities will treat you very well.

Class of 2014:
Attend in this order of importance: 1-Day Chris Sailer Kicking Camps

Class of 2015:
Attend in this order of importance: 1. “TOP 12” & “Event Elite”, 2. FBU Top Gun, 3. (2) Chris Sailer Kicking 1-Day Camps (Different parts of the country), 4. College Camps, 5. FBU Regional Camps

Class of 2016:
Attend in this order of importance: 1.Underclassmen “Invite” Event, 2. FBU Top Gun, 3. Chris Sailer Kicking 1-Day Camps, 4. FBU Regional Camps

Class of 2017:
Attend in this order of importance: 1.Underclassmen “Invite” Event, 2. FBU Top Gun, 3. Chris Sailer Kicking 1-Day Camps, 4. FBU Regional Camps

Class of 2018:
Attend in this order of importance: 1.Underclassmen “Invite” Event, 2. FBU Top Gun, 3. Chris Sailer Kicking 1-Day Camps, 4. FBU Regional Camps

Class of 2019:
Attend in this order of importance: 1.Underclassmen “Invite” Event, 2. FBU Top Gun, 3. Chris Sailer Kicking 1-Day Camps, 4. FBU Regional Camps

See you this summer!

Visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com for more information and to register for Chris Sailer Kicking Camps!

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2014 “Event Elite” Announced

The 2014 Chris Sailer Kicking “Event Elite” has been announced.  Congratulations to these very deserving kicker/punter specialists.

Class of 2016
Kickers:
Skyler Southam (UT)
Butch Hampton (OK)

Punters:
Jet Toner (HI)
Kyle Thompson (CA)

Class of 2015:
Kickers:
Matt Abramo (CA)
Cole Austin (TX)
Trey Blasingame (GA)
Blanton Creque (KY)
Connor Crow (TX)
JJ Molson (Canada)
Coleman Olivas (CA)
Spencer Pettit (WA)
Matthew Phillichi (WA)
Kevin Robledo (CA)
Laszlo Toser (TN)
Mason Weissenhofer (IL)
Josh Williams (TX)

Punters:
Zach Charme (ID)
Tommy Townsend (FL)
Alex Trifonovitch (HI)
Gage Wilson (NV)

Combo Players K/P:
Luke Carter (SC)
Blake Cusick (CA)
Brandon Hong (CA)
Gregory Hutchins (Canada)
Alex Kinney (CO)
Mason McLean (AL)
Evan Rabon (SC)
Ryan Rodriguez (TX)
Jackson Van Sickle (NC)

Junior College
Kickers:
Matt Boermeester (CA)
Franklyn Cervenka (CA)
Jamie Sutcliffe (CA)

Punters:
Jake Ambrose (CA)
Thomas Manning (CA)

Combo Players K/P:
Casey Eyman (CA)

Class of 2017 Honorable Mention: Brandon Ruiz, Billy Mitchell.

Class of 2016 Honorable Mention: Dominic Maggio, Bailey Raborn, Kekoa Sasaoka, Jonn Young, Matt Blair, Josh Burton, Keith Duncan, Seth Kujawski, Bryce Lugviel, Andrew Rodriguez.

Class of 2015 Honorable Mention: Cristian Bianchi, Shawn Davis, Hayes Foster, Logan Howard, Nick Marrone, Adam Walter, Steven Sawicki, Ben Utter.

Junior College: Francisco Condado, Tyler Franzen, Eddie Garcia, JD Houston.

*Selected K/P ‘s will join the “TOP 12″ for the exclusive, invite only, “TOP 12″ and “Event Elite” summer camp June 18-20, 2014. This is the ONLY true “Invite Only” Event on a national scale.  The best of the best will be in L.A. Sessions are open to the public.

*There was no SET number chosen for the “Event Elite”.  These players all show D1 Scholarship Ability…Period.

*The “TOP 12” chosen at the 12th Annual National Kicking Event in Las Vegas January 18-19, 2014 were: Andrew Galitz (TX), Daniel LaCamera (FL), Ben Kreitenberg (CA), Cole Fisher (GA), Jameson Vest (GA), Bennett Moehring (AR), Blake Johnson (CA), Joe Schopper (IN), Jack Gonsoulin (LA), Andrew David (OH), Quinton Conaway (OK), Corey Fatony (TN).

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Las Vegas Spring Event Champions!

The 12th Annual National Kicking Spring Event in Las Vegas took place May 10-11, 2014.  Here are the Competition Results.

Overall Champions:
Kicker – Laszlo Toser (2015 TN)
Punter – Matt Mengel (2014 JC CA)

Saturday Competition Winners
Group 1 Field Goal Last Man Standing (FR & SO): Keith Duncan (2016 NC)
Group 2 Field Goal Last Man Standing (JR): Nick Hart (GA)
Group 4 Field Goal Last Man Standing (2014/JC/TR): Cody Thornton (TR CA)

Group 3 Punters Only Champions
Competition 1: Osborn Umeh (JC CA)
Competition 2: Tommy Townsend (2015 FL)
Competition 3: Michael Fitzgerald (TR Australia)

Sunday Initial Round Competition Winners (By Class)
Field Goal
2017: Billy Mitchell (FL)
2016: Skyler Southam (UT)
2015: Blake Cusick (CA)
2014/JC/TR: Cody Thornton (CA)

Kickoff
2017: Cooper Graham (NC)
2016: Bailey Raborn (LA)
2015: Matt Abramo (CA) & Cole Austin (TX)
2014/JC/TR: Cody Thornton (CA)

Punt
2017: Christian Van Sickle (NC)
2016: Jet Toner (HI)
2015: Alex Kinney (CO)
2014/JC/TR: Osborn Umeh (CA) & Matt Mengel (CA)

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Las Vegas Spring Event Initial Round Competition Results

The 12th Annual National Kicking Spring Event in Las Vegas took place May 10-11, 2014.  Here are the Initial Round Competition Results.  Class Champions Listed.

12th Annual National Kicking Spring Event Field Goal – Initial Round Competition Results
8 Total Kicks from 35, 35, 40, 40, 45, 45, 50, 50
2 points awarded for dead center, 1 point awarded for all other makes, 1 bonus point for 8-8

Class of 2017
Place Name Score
1 Mitchell, Billy 13
T2 Fuller , Asa 10
T2 Ruiz , Brandon 10
T2 Stack , Adam 10
T2 Zolferino , Torre 10
T6 Graham , Cooper 9
T6 VanSickle , Christian 9
T8 Nixon , Cole 7
T8 Salani , Marco 7
T8 Strickland , Bryce 7
T11 McGrath , Chase 6
T11 Wine , Jakson 6
13 Hildebrand , Eric 5
14 Bazarevitsch , Matt 4
T15 Horiates, Nick 2
T15 Olivas , Carson 2
Class of 2016
1 Southam , Skyler 13
T2 Pettit , Art 12
T2 Sasaoka , Kekoa 12
T2 Young , Jonn 12
T5 Kujawski , Seth 11
T5 Toner , Jet 11
T7 Blair , Matt 10
T7 Boermeester , Kevin 10
T7 Rodriguez , Andrew 10
T10 Burton , Josh 9
T10 Waters , Dylan 9
T12 Daniels , Eric 8
T12 Luplow , Chris 8
T12 Roberts , Jake 8
T15 Coale , Kyle 7
T15 Cofer , Spencer 7
T15 Duncan , Keith 7
T15 Hampton , Butch 7
T15 Mack , Michael 7
T20 Dorn , Jimmy 6
T20 Maggio , Dominic 6
T20 Whitney, Mark 6
T20 Spray, Hunter 6
T24 Agritelley , Ethan 5
T24 Kanthack , Tristan 5
26 Roper , Joseph 4
27 Raborn , Bailey 3
28 Ball , Noah 2
Class of 2015
1 Cusick , Blake 16
T2 Davis , Shawn 13
T2 Fisher , Cole 13
T4 Creque , Blanton 12
T4 Rabon , Evan 12
T4 Toser , Laszlo 12
T4 Utter , Ben 12
T8 Barnes , Austin 11
T8 Carter , Luke 11
T8 Foster , Hayes 11
T8 Hart , Nick 11
T8 Marrone , Nick 11
T8 Robledo , Kevin 11
T8 Vest , Jameson 11
T8 Williams , Josh 11
T16 Olivas , Coleman 10
T16 Sanchez , Christopher 10
T16 Walter , Adam 10
T19 Austin , Cole 9
T19 Haltom , Nels 9
T19 Molson , JJ 9
T19 Pettit , Spencer 9
T19 Philichi , Matthew 9
T19 Plooster , Cannon 9
T19 VanSickle , Jackson 9
T26 Bowen , Austin 8
T26 Crow , Connor 8
T26 Feddeler , Zachary 8
T26 Garcia , Cooper 8
T26 Hong , Brandon 8
T26 Honshtein III , Tre 8
T26 Kiser , Travis 8
T26 Kreitenberg , Ben 8
T26 LaCamera , Daniel 8
T26 McLean , Mason 8
T26 Ruiz , Blake 8
T26 Sawicki , Steven 8
T26 Viles , Brady 8
T26 Kinney , Alex 8
T40 Blasingame , Trey 7
T40 Delucci , Jack 7
T40 Galland , Alex 7
T43 Abramo , Matt 6
T43 Bianchi , Cristian 6
T43 Galitz , Andrew 6
T43 Howard , Logan 6
T43 Hutchins , Gregory 6
T43 Tekac , Tyler 6
T43 Watson , Marion 6
T43 Trifonovitch, Alex 6
T51 Coe , Cameron 5
T51 Gallitz , Tyler 5
T51 Kennedy , Bobby 5
T51 Watkins , Vincent 5
T51 Weissehoffer , Mason 5
T56 Ketterer . Colton 4
T56 Klem , Jake 4
T56 Rodriguez , Ryan 4
T56 Young , Jacob 4
T60 Beall , Charlie 3
T60 Ferrell , Daniel 3
T60 La Manque , Adam 3
T60 O’Dowd , Thomas 3
T60 Ryan , Matthew 3
Class of 2014 / JC / TR
1 Thornton , Cody 15
2 Castaneda , Andrew 14
3 Marquez , Diego 12
T4 Boermeester , Matt 10
T4 Cervenka , Franklyn 10
6 DePlaza, Izzy 9
T7 Courtney , Charlie 8
T7 Gallitz , Thomas 8
T7 Garcia , Eddie 8
T7 Houston , JD 8
T7 Mengel , Matthew 8
T7 Sutcliffe , Jamie 8
T13 Franzen , Tyler 7
T13 Luna , Rigo 7
T13 Westby , John 7
T13 Ziffer , Satchel 7
T17 Brown, Chasen 5
T17 Graybar , Oliver 5
T17 Weese , Ryan 5
T20 Condado , Francisco 3
T20 Covey , Nick 3
T20 Eyman , Casey 3
23 Wedemeyer , Seth 0

12th Annual National Kicking Spring Event Kickoff – Initial Round Competition Results
Each Kicker hit 6 Kickoffs.  All kicks were charted for distance and hang time.
No kicks were dropped.  All Kickers kicked in the same direction with the same (Wind Aided) CSK Adidas Balls.
Place = Place of finish in your class with distance and hang time given equal value.
Dist = Distance average rounded to the tenth.
HT = Hang Time Average rounded to the hundredth.
Best 1 Ball = The Best ovearall ONE ball hit of the 6 kicks.

Class of 2017
Place Name Dist HT Best 1 Ball
1 Graham , Cooper 66.2 3.43 70 / 3.53
2 Ruiz , Brandon 59.5 3.74 69 / 4.05
3 Horiates, Nick 61.7 3.31 66 / 3.19
T4 Stack , Adam 56.8 3.44 63 / 3.66
T4 Fuller , Asa 59.2 3.32 67 / 3.68
6 Strickland , Bryce 61.7 3.11 69 / 3.53
7 Wine , Jakson 58.2 3.2 61 / 3.34
8 Mitchell, Billy 59.3 3.03 69 / 3.51
9 Salani , Marco 54.2 3.19 61 / 3.47
10 VanSickle , Christian 55.3 2.94 63 / 3.32
11 Hildebrand , Eric 55 2.89 57 / 3.19
12 Nixon , Cole 50.3 2.99 66 / 3.35
13 McGrath , Chase 53 2.82 60 / 3.16
14 Olivas , Carson 49 2.67 56 / 3.12
15 Bazarevitsch , Matt 48.8 2.59 54 / 3.33
16 Zolferino , Torre 42.3 2.39 59 / 3.08
Class of 2016
Place Name Dist HT Best 1 Ball
1 Raborn , Bailey 73.2 3.68 78 / 4.03
2 Southam , Skyler 70 3.66 83 / 3.65
3 Maggio , Dominic 68.8 3.6 75 / 3.72
4 Kujawski , Seth 69.8 3.54 75 / 3.81
5 Sasaoka , Kekoa 68.7 3.58 72 / 3.75
T6 Agritelley , Ethan 63.7 3.6 70 / 3.78
T6 Hampton , Butch 67.8 3.56 76 / 3.50
T6 Dorn , Jimmy 69.7 3.42 79 / 3.53
9 Burton , Josh 66.8 3.53 67 / 4.01
10 Duncan , Keith 68.3 3.39 73 / 3.44
11 Mack , Michael 63.2 3.4 72 / 3.42
12 Spray, Hunter 61.3 3.4 66 / 3.57
T13 Pettit , Art 60.7 3.41 69 / 3.36
T13 Young , Jonn 63 3.27 71 / 3.94
15 Toner , Jet 60.3 3.44 65 / 3.52
16 Rodriguez , Andrew 64.3 3.08 77 / 3.4
T17 Blair , Matt 60.5 3.28 71 / 3.35
T17 Cofer , Spencer 61.5 3.2 73 / 3.75
19 Whitney, Mark 60.8 3.25 70 / 3.39
20 Waters , Dylan 57.5 3.27 63 / 3.5
21 Roper , Joseph 58.5 3.26 63 / 3.63
T22 Coale , Kyle 60.7 3.09 66 / 3.53
T22 Luplow , Chris 61.7 3.02 68 / 2.88
T24 Roberts , Jake 55.8 3.14 60 / 3.55
T24 Ball , Noah 56.8 3.13 68 / 3.66
26 Boermeester , Kevin 55.7 3.07 77 / 3.72
27 Daniels , Eric 52.2 3.04 57 / 3.38
28 Kanthack , Tristan 53.3 2.91 63 / 3.36
Class of 2015
Place Name Dist HT Best 1 Ball
T1 Abramo , Matt 73 4 73 / 4.28
T1 Austin , Cole 76.2 3.8 80 / 4
3 Crow , Connor 75 3.8 82 / 3.82
4 Pettit , Spencer 71 3.9 80 / 3.75
5 Rodriguez , Ryan 71.7 3.8 75 / 3.97
6 LaCamera , Daniel 78.8 3.69 79 / 3.81
7 Olivas , Coleman 74.2 3.69 79 / 4
8 Robledo , Kevin 68.3 3.9 76 / 4.07
9 Weissehoffer , Mason 69.5 3.68 74 / 4.02
T10 Kinney , Alex 67.7 3.78 77 / 3.75
T10 Philichi , Matthew 70 3.64 77 / 3.88
12 Fisher , Cole 64 3.94 72 / 3.87
13 Sawicki , Steven 68.2 3.68 74 / 3.78
T14 Kiser , Travis 66.7 3.7 80 / 3.53
T14 McLean , Mason 73.7 3.53 80 / 3.65
T16 Rabon , Evan 68.8 3.62 77 / 3.88
T16 Creque , Blanton 69 3.6 75 / 3.88
18 Toser , Laszlo 64.2 3.72 70 / 3.73
19 Hutchins , Gregory 64 3.71 66 / 3.85
20 Foster , Hayes 69.3 3.55 69 / 3.72
21 VanSickle , Jackson 69.8 3.48 71 / 3.56
22 Vest , Jameson 67.8 3.52 70 / 3.65
23 Galitz , Andrew 66 3.52 77 /  3.8
24 Kreitenberg , Ben 63.7 3.6 71 / 3.65
25 Utter , Ben 67.3 3.45 75 / 3.74
26 Davis , Shawn 70.7 3.23 83 / 3.37
27 Galland , Alex 64 3.5 65 / 3.72
28 Marrone , Nick 62.2 3.58 64 / 3.72
29 Trifonovitch, Alex 61.2 3.6 61 / 3.79
30 Hart , Nick 58.3 3.68 62 / 3.79
31 Hong , Brandon 65 3.37 73 / 3.78
32 Williams , Josh 61.3 3.55 74 / 3.47
33 Howard , Logan 58.3 3.63 60 / 3.97
T34 Honshtein III , Tre 62.2 3.42 67 / 3.84
T34 Molson , JJ 64 3.3 69 / 3.79
36 Feddeler , Zachary 61.8 3.45 68 / 3.4
37 Sanchez , Christopher 63.2 3.32 70 / 3.41
38 Garcia , Cooper 60.2 3.51 69 / 3.66
39 Watkins , Vincent 61.5 3.39 68 / 3.43
40 Walter , Adam 57.2 3.57 61 / 3.57
41 Ruiz , Blake 65.8 3.13 68 / 3.47
T42 Bowen , Austin 59.7 3.42 63 / 3.53
T42 Kennedy , Bobby 65.2 3.12 78 / 3.89
44 Blasingame , Trey 62.2 3.21 72 / 4
45 Plooster , Cannon 60.5 3.31 66 / 3.36
T46 Ketterer . Colton 59.5 3.32 70 / 3.61
T46 Young , Jacob 63 3.15 68 / 3.62
48 Tekac , Tyler 61 3.16 68 / 3.24
49 Beall , Charlie 58.3 3.23 71 / 3.64
50 Viles , Brady 60.7 3.14 74 / 3.29
51 Gallitz , Tyler 57.3 3.23 62 / 3.4
T52 Watson , Marion 54.3 3.28 61 / 3.52
T52 Deluchi , Jack 55.2 3.26 60 / 3.5
54 Haltom , Nels 54.2 3.27 56 / 3.55
55 Carter , Luke 58.5 2.98 70 / 3.65
56 Barnes , Austin 56.7 3.15 67 / 3.25
57 Ryan , Matthew 57.3 2.96 68 / 3.59
T58 Coe , Cameron 52 3.18 55 / 3.34
T58 Bianchi , Cristian 56.5 3.1 69 / 3.62
60 O’Dowd , Thomas 55.5 2.77 71 / 3.81
61 Klem , Jake 54.8 2.87 61 / 3.24
62 Ferrell , Daniel 53.5 2.94 58 / 3.38
Class of 2014 / JC / TR
Place Name Dist HT Best 1 Ball
1 Thornton , Cody 78 4.06 85 / 4.09
2 Boermeester , Matt 73.7 3.92 72 / 4.32
3 Mengel , Matthew 74.7 3.77 78 / 4.35
T4 Houston , JD 71.1 3.78 73 / 3.88
T4 Cervenka , Franklyn 77 3.69 86 / 3.94
T6 Weese , Ryan 67.2 3.87 68 / 4
T6 Sutcliffe , Jamie 70.3 3.71 73 / 4
8 Gallitz , Thomas 71.2 3.61 78 / 3.94
T9 Covey , Nick 63.8 3.85 68 / 4.03
T9 Garcia , Eddie 67.3 3.63 70 / 3.85
T11 Eyman , Casey 57.8 3.88 71 / 4.02
T11 Condado , Francisco 62.5 3.72 69 / 3.92
13 Marquez , Diego 69.2 3.45 73 / 3.48
T14 Graybar , Oliver 66.2 3.59 73 / 3.53
T14 Castaneda , Andrew 67.3 3.47 77 / 3.35
16 Nelson , Alex 66.7 3.54 68 / 3.65
17 Ziffer , Satchel 68.2 3.28 76 / 3.27
T18 DePlaza, Izzy 59.8 3.57 59 / 3.94
T18 Brown, Chasen 62.7 3.51 68 / 3.47
20 Westby , John 58.5 3.32 76 / 3.87
21 Franzen , Tyler 58.2 3.3 68 / 3.53
22 Courtney , Charlie 59.3 3.2 65 / 3.69
23 Luna , Rigo 56.8 3.26 66 / 3.75
24 Wedemeyer , Seth 55.3 2.8 55 / 3.18

12th Annual National Kicking Spring Event Punt – Initial Round Competition Results
Each Punter punted 8 ball from a live snap.  All punts were charted for distance and hang time.
No punts were dropped.  All Punters punted in the same direction with the same (Wind Aided) CSK Adidas Balls.
Place = Place of finish in your class with distance and hang time given equal value.
Dist = Distance average rounded to the tenth.
HT = Hang Time Average rounded to the hundredth.
Best 1 Ball = The Best ovearall ONE ball hits of the 8 punts taken.

Class of 2017
Place Name Dist HT Best 1 Ball
1 VanSickle , Christian 42 3.84 52 / 4.03
2 Stack , Adam 37.6 3.6 41 / 3.91
3 Graham , Cooper 32.6 3.8 38 / 4.16
T4 Salani , Sergio 29.8 3.65 37 / 3.60
T4 Strickland , Bryce 36.1 3.48 44 / 4.62
6 Fuller , Asa 36.8 3.2 51 / 3.72
7 Mitchell, Billy 38.1 3 46 / 3.56
T8 McGrath , Chase 30.3 3.42 39 / 3.75
T8 Hildebrand , Eric 35.5 3.2 43 / 3.6
T8 Ruiz , Brandon 37.5 3.08 52 / 3.93
11 Nixon , Cole 26.5 3.5 39 / 3.66
T12 Wine , Jakson 23.8 3.56 32 / 3.46
T12 Zolferino , Torre 27.3 3.28 38 / 3.75
14 Bazarevitsch , Matt 27.4 3.09 40 / 3.84
15 Horiates, Nick 25.3 2.99 35 / 4.07
16 Olivas , Carson 24.6 2.87 28 / 3.28
Class of 2016
Place Name Dist HT Best 1 Ball
1 Toner , Jet 47.4 4.23 56 / 4.72
2 Young , Jonn 46.1 3.94 53 / 4.16
3 Southam , Skyler 45.7 3.86 51 / 4.53
4 Thompson , Kyle 42.5 3.84 63 / 4.59
5 Maggio , Dominic 41.6 3.76 45 / 4.15
T6 Dorn , Jimmy 38.5 3.87 41 / 4.2
T6 Duncan , Keith 42 3.6 49 / 4.04
8 Boermeester , Kevin 35.4 4.03 41 / 4.28
9 Coale , Kyle 39.9 3.58 48 / 4.10
10 Kujawski , Seth 45.3 3.43 58 / 4.10
11 Rodriguez , Andrew 37 3.82 50 / 4.28
T12 Lugviel , Bryce 38.9 3.58 50 / 3.91
T12 Mack , Michael 41.4 3.46 51 / 4.11
14 Sasaoka , Kekoa 32.4 4.09 47 / 4.47
T15 Luplow , Chris 37.5 3.47 47 / 4.09
T15 Hampton , Butch 39.1 3.4 44 / 4.01
17 Cofer , Spencer 39 3.29 52 / 3.60
18 Pettit , Art 33.9 3.46 37 / 4.03
T19 Blair , Matt 31 3.78 31 / 4.30
T19 Kanthack , Tristan 31.4 3.68 43 / 4.07
21 Daniels , Eric 37.4 3.24 44 / 3.54
22 Ball , Noah 31.4 3.49 34 / 3.87
23 Burton , Josh 33.4 3.39 29 / 4.28
T24 Spray, Hunter 33.4 3.37 38 / 3.64
T24 Whitney, Mark 34.1 3.21 40 / 3.47
26 Raborn , Bailey 34.9 3.05 40 / 3.15
T27 Agritelley , Ethan 32.8 3.11 40 / 3.62
T27 Waters , Dylan 33.6 3.04 35 / 3.25
29 Roberts , Jake 32.6 3.01 35 / 3.4
30 Roper , Joseph 28.9 3.06 32 / 3.10
Class of 2015
Place Name Dist HT Best 1 Ball
1 Kinney , Alex 53.4 4.33 58 / 4.84
2 Hutchins , Gregory 50.1 4.07 54 / 4.63
3 Trifonovitch, Alex 44.6 4.18 57 / 4.3
4 Townsend, Tommy 45.4 4.04 62 / 4.60
T5 Carter , Luke 45.9 3.95 47 / 4.37
T5 Rodriguez , Ryan 46.3 3.94 60 / 4.43
7 O’Dowd , Thomas 43.5 4.03 46 / 4.78
8 Cusick , Blake 42.9 3.96 50 / 4.34
9 Marrone , Nick 41.9 3.99 55 / 4.27
T10 Hong , Brandon 47.8 3.77 60 / 4.31
T10 Sanchez , Christopher 48.5 3.75 56 / 4.33
12 VanSickle , Jackson 40.6 4.03 44 / 4.75
13 Molson , JJ 41.3 3.9 48 / 4.2
14 McLean , Mason 43 3.81 55 / 3.86
T15 Ruiz , Blake 41.4 3.86 48 / 4.41
T15 Wilson , Gage 44.8 3.72 56 / 4.16
17 Kreitenberg , Ben 39.8 3.92 53 / 4.3
T18 Smith , Jake 38.5 4.01 46 / 4.5
T18 Galitz , Andrew 39.6 3.9 47 / 4.7
T18 Charme , Zach 44.3 3.7 51 / 4.37
21 Plooster , Cannon 43.5 3.74 51 / 4.31
22 Feddeler , Zachary 40.9 3.82 50 / 4.5
23 Watkins , Vincent 45.5 3.62 57 / 4.44
24 Rabon , Evan 41.1 3.8 43 / 4.5
25 Gallitz , Tyler 40.8 3.8 50 / 3.97
T26 Pettit , Spencer 39.5 3.82 49 / 4.44
T26 Crow , Connor 43.6 3.63 60 / 4.31
28 Dennis , Stephen 44.1 3.6 60 / 4.19
29 Abramo , Matt 33 4.08 35 / 4.82
T30 Galland , Alex 31.9 4.31 42 / 4.74
T30 Bowen , Austin 39.1 3.75 48 / 4.33
32 Philichi , Matthew 35.8 3.87 41 / 4
T33 Utter , Ben 31.6 4.17 35 / 4.6
T33 Young , Jacob 36 3.84 50 / 4.43
35 Olivas , Coleman 35.6 3.87 45 / 4.34
T36 Tekac , Tyler 38.1 3.78 50 / 4.36
T36 LaCamera , Daniel 39.3 3.69 52 / 4.47
T38 Watson , Marion 34.8 3.81 43 / 4.24
T38 Blasingame , Trey 41.6 3.5 58 / 4.21
40 Weissehoffer , Mason 42.1 3.49 50 / 4.19
T41 Robledo , Kevin 30.9 3.94 36 / 3.75
T41 Kiser , Travis 37.6 3.67 39 / 4.25
43 Davis , Shawn 38.6 3.59 39 / 4.24
44 Vest , Jameson 42.9 3.2 57 / 4.22
45 Howard , Logan 34.6 3.7 45 / 4.22
T46 Honshtein III , Tre 35.9 3.62 39 / 4.03
T46 Williams , Josh 38.6 3.5 49 / 4.09
T48 Sawicki , Steven 33.4 3.64 39 / 4.22
T48 Coe , Cameron 34.6 3.6 39 / 3.87
T48 Toser , Laszlo 35.6 3.59 51 / 4.43
T48 Johnson , Blake 37.5 3.5 47 / 4.5
52 Ferrell , Daniel 38.4 3.46 47 / 3.46
T53 Bianchi , Cristian 35.8 3.55 42 / 3.81
T53 Kennedy , Bobby 38.6 3.26 44 / 3.55
55 Beall , Charlie 38.4 3.27 40 / 3.81
56 Foster , Hayes 34 3.57 37 / 4.16
57 Viles , Brady 37.1 3.3 43 / 3.47
T58 Hart , Nick 22.9 3.65 32 / 3.58
T58 Walter , Adam 32.9 3.58 39 / 4.2
T58 Ryan , Matthew 33.1 3.55 41 / 3.75
T61 Austin , Cole 29.4 3.6 40 / 3.56
T61 Garcia , Cooper 34 3.48 43 / 4.09
T61 Creque , Blanton 36.8 2.97 39 / 3.35
64 Delucci , Jack 32 3.51 45 / 3.5
65 Haltom , Nels 32.1 3.38 40 / 3.7
66 La Manque , Adam 30.3 3.34 34 / 3.62
67 Barnes , Austin 31.3 3.24 41 / 3.52
68 Klem , Jake 29.8 3.05 35 / 3.34
Class of 2014 / JC / TR
Place Name Dist HT Best 1 Ball
T1 Umeh , Osborn 46 4.47 56 / 4.88
T1 Mengel , Matthew 46.3 4.46 65 / 4.83
3 Ambrose , Jake 45.1 4.16 52 / 4.5
T4 Condado , Francisco 47.9 4.1 52 / 4.40
T4 Gallitz , Thomas 48.8 4.05 60 / 4.5
6 Manning, Thomas 41.9 4.14 55 / 4.51
7 Garcia , Eddie 39.8 4.15 47 / 4.56
8 Eyman , Casey 43.6 4.03 46 / 4.32
9 Sutcliffe , Jamie 37 4.21 36 / 4.66
T10 Luna , Rigo 39.4 4.05 53 / 4.7
T10 Stens , Corey 44.4 3.92 51 / 4.3
T10 Thornton , Cody 53.1 3.77 62 / 4.44
T13 Fitzgerald , Michael 36.3 4.38 41 / 4.85
T13 Brown, Chasen 42.5 3.96 50 / 4.91
15 Nelson , Alex 40.6 4.02 45 / 4.47
16 Westby , John 38.8 4.04 47 / 4.13
17 Ziffer , Satchel 37.4 3.92 47 / 4.34
18 Graybar , Oliver 34.1 4.14 39 / 4.69
19 Platero , Jose 37.8 3.9 36 / 4.5
20 Houston , JD 36.6 3.91 40 / 4.69
21 Boermeester , Matt 37.1 3.46 49 / 3.87
22 Covey , Nick 35.9 3.85 46 / 4.13
T23 Franzen , Tyler 36 3.46 43 / 4.21
T23 Wedemeyer , Seth 37 3.36 41 / 4
25 Cervenka , Franklyn 34.9 3.66 48 / 4.19
26 Marquez , Diego 31 3.84 36 / 3.81
27 Courtney , Charlie 33 3.54 42 / 4.06
28 Castaneda , Andrew 35.8 3.4 41 / 3.61
29 Daily , Aidan 31.3 3.44 51 / 4.41

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Chris Sailer Kicking – COLLEGE CAMP

Every year, Chris Sailer Kicking and Rubio Long Snapping hold a College Camp for all the Kickers, Punters and Long Snappers that are currently playing at a 4-Year College and/or headed to play at a 4-Year College. This summer, we simply could not find a suitable time to run one SO we have come up with the following plan….

Any Kicker, Punter and/or Long Snapper that is currently at a 4-Year College and/or headed to a 4-Year College can come to any of our personal camps (IL, GA, NC, TX, CA, Underclassmen Event) for free to work with Sailer / Rubio and also assist with younger specialists. This is a great way to knock off the rust, get ready for the season and inspire the next generation. You will get all of the instruction throughout the day, but simply won’t be able to partake in the competitions. Plus, it will require less travel, this summer, for the college athletes.

We will definitely try to create a block of time next summer for the College Camp but, until then, just contact Chris Sailer (818) 818-209-8921 or Chris Rubio 626-260-2524 to join us this summer.

Los Angeles, CA – June 21-22
Chicago, IL – July 13
Dallas, TX – July 15
Charlotte, NC – July 26
Atlanta, GA – July 27
Los Angeles, CA – July 30

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The New Website

After a long, long time, the new Chris Sailer Kicking website is officially up!

As you obviously know, the old site had been locked for some time to build the new site. (It is a whole bunch of techo mumbo jumbo that I can explain later to you if you really care to know why we couldn’t just build a separate site with old one still running)

We have made it so that it is much cleaner, more professional and easier to navigate. I think, no, I know, you will love it.

The site actually went live last night at about 9:30 pm past. They say it can take up to 48 hours for the new site to show up all over the world but it rarely does. I was able to see it within 5 minutes. Bottom line, if you still see the old site, don’t stress, the new one is coming to you shortly.

As for rankings from GA, IL and FL (FBU) camps… I am now actively working on these.  They will be completed as quickly as I possibly can.  Stay tuned to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for updates.

Enjoy the new site & welcome to an even better Chris Sailer Kicking!

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Chris Sailer Kicking – FBU Orlando Recap

Chris Sailer Kicking announced a partnership with FBU and the U.S. Army All-America Bowl and Eastbay Youth All-American Games last year.  The regional tour will include 6 FBU camps in Orlando, Dallas, Los Angeles, Seattle, Dublin, and San Diego and will culminate with the FBU Top Gun Camp in Dublin, OH July 17-19, 2014.  These camps will focus on instruction, evaluation, and providing the ultimate exposure for youth and high school aged specialists.  Two high school kickers, two punters and two long snappers will be selected to play in the U.S. Army All-America Bowl that will take place in January of 2015 in San Antonio, TX.  Several youth kickers, punters and long snappers will be selected to play in the Eastbay All-American Games.  The journey began this past weekend in Orlando, FL.  Take a look at the results. 

Camp Champions
High School Field Goal Champion
Rodrigo Blankenship (GA) – Rodrigo is one of the most talented place-kickers in the nation.  He possesses a huge leg and kicks with outstanding accuracy and consistency.  He won the field goal competition by nailing several 55-yard field goals and most importantly never missing one kick.  Rodrigo is a sure fire D1 scholarship pick.  The long time Chris Sailer Kicking student currently holds one scholarship offer from UAB. 

High School Kickoff Champion
Rodrigo Blankenship (GA) – He followed up his field goal championship, by capturing the kickoff championship as well.  Rodrigo is ready for D1 football right now.  His final kick traveled 73 yards with 4.45 hang time. 

High School Punting Champion
Daniel LaCamera (FL) – Daniel is a top 5 national combo prospect.  He shows D1 ability as a placekicker and punter.  The Chris Sailer Kicking “TOP 12” Member dominated the punting competition on this day.  He averaged 40 plus yards with 4.4 plus second hang time. He also hit several balls near the 5.0 second mark.  His field goals and kickoffs are also huge.  Daniel is a sure fire scholarship pick.

Youth Field Goal Champion
Hayden Olsen (FL) – Hayden is a current 6th grader.  He had a solid all around camp.  He hit from 40 yards out to win the youth field goal championship.  Hayden has a bright future.  Keep an eye out for him. 

Youth Kickoff Champion
Jarrett Mills (FL) – Jarrett is a current 8th grader.  He had one of the strongest legs in the Youth Division.  He is a great looking athlete that shows great future potential.  His kickoffs traveled 50 plus yards with 3.3 second plus hang time.  His field goals were also solid. 

Youth Punting Champion
Jarrett Mills (FL) – Jarrett was a two time winner on this day.  Along with being a very good placekicker, he also shows punting potential.  He has a bright future. 

High School Camp MVP’s: Cole Fisher (GA), Rodrigo Blankenship (GA), Daniel LaCamera (FL).

Youth Camp MVP: Jarrett Mills (FL)

Other Class of 2015 Standouts:  Connor Federico, Shea Rodgers, Isaac Mercado.

Other Youth Standouts: Parker Hannon, Brock Travelstead, Brandon Dickerson.

Upcoming Chris Sailer Kicking FBU Camps:

Dallas, TX (April 25-26), San Diego, CA (May 2-3), Seattle, WA (May 16-17), Los Angeles, CA (May 30-31), Central Ohio (July 11-12).
Email Chris@ChrisSailerKicking.com to inquire about an invitation to these prestigious camps.

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