2017 Chris Sailer Kicking Underclassmen Invitational – Kickoff Results

Chris Sailer Kicking 
2017 Underclassmen Invitational (July 20-21 Tampa, FL)
         
KICKOFF RESULTS
         
CLASS OF 2019
Place Kicker Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Stoll, Joseph 65.6 3.92 67 / 4.03
2 Keltner, Tyler 65.2 3.69 68 / 3.68
3 Sanborn, Ryan 63.8 3.81 66 / 4
4 Weil, Andrew 63.6 3.68 64 / 3.93
5 Nichols, Michael 64 3.53 73 / 3.25
6 White, Jason 61.2 3.56 64 / 4.03
7 Poppen, Landry 59.6 3.59 62 / 3.69
8 Hoffman, Matthew 59.4 3.53 63 / 3.71
T9 Oswald, Jack 57.8 3.76 66 / 3.5
T9 Talton, Brandon 58.2 3.64 61 / 3.72
11 Martin, JK 59.6 3.47 66 / 3.44
T12 Hoban, Zach 63.8 3.32 65 / 3.55
T12 Turner, James 66.6 3.27 70 / 3.66
14 Hayes, Michael 59 3.44 60 / 3.68
15 Raynor, Alexander 58.4 3.43 60 / 3.69
16 Fitzgerald, Ryan 57 3.52 61 / 3.62
17 Law, Bryce 55.6 3.56 62 / 3.38
18 Lowery, Jimmy 56.4 3.51 61 / 3.47
19 Petruescu, Brandon 56.6 3.45 58 / 3.4
20 McConnell, Billy 58.8 3.24 63 / 3.25
21 Clayville, Jack 55.2 3.43 60 / 3.49
T22 Wale, Gavin 56.2 3.38 62 / 3.87
T22 Johnson, Cole 58.4 3.19 66 / 3.63
24 Tom-Makue, Anthony 54.6 3.43 58 / 3.75
T25 Nation, Cale 54.6 3.42 57 / 3.65
T25 Shpak, Dmitri 55 3.4 58 / 3.5
27 Barefoot, Tucker 64 2.93 69 / 3.31
T28 Jaridly, Ramzee 55.2 3.29 63 / 3.25
T28 Molique, Mason 55.8 3.25 56 / 3.46
30 Martin, Jack 60.2 3.02 68 / 3.44
31 Robertson, Trevor 58 3.1 63 / 3.28
32 Barnes, Jacob 58 3.04 61 / 3.42
33 Cummins, Griffin 51.2 3.3 50 / 3.63
T34 Greer, Griffin 53.2 3.28 61 / 3.72
T34 Hier, Keaton 57.4 3.06 60 / 3.18
T36 Hertz, Micah 52.6 3.23 53 / 3.43
T36 Hutson, Drew 54.4 3.14 57 / 3.28
38 Mendelsohn, Jonah 50 3.3 54 / 3.46
39 Ierulli, Jack 53.4 3.1 57 / 3.31
40 Rukujzo, Jonathan 50.4 3.15 53 / 3.59
41 Freehill, Ben 53.6 3.03 57 / 3.57
42 Dick, Braden 50.4 3.11 58 / 3.59
T43 Pollina, Andrew 48.4 3.18 51 / 3.25
T43 Dietrich, Daniel 49.2 3.03 52 / 3.18
45 Yanni, Peter 51.2 2.97 58 / 3
46 Kempton, Asa 49.8 3.09 52 / 3.21
47 Lupo, Logan 47.8 3.12 51 / 3.27
48 Caughron, Chandler 51.2 2.82 65 / 3.65
49 Hernandez, Aleric 44 3.11 47 / 3.19
T50 Orr, Dylan 51.2 2.72 64 / 3.61
T50 Sheets, Noah 49.4 2.9 54 / 3.42
52 Kilpatrick, Andrew 50.4 2.6 56 / 3.13
53 Dable, Graham 47.6 3.01 45 / 3.5
54 Grant, Noah 49.4 2.81 65 / 3.62
55 Baller, Cameron 46.8 2.85 49 / 3.03
CLASS OF 2020
Place Kicker Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
T1 Cloninger, Holt 62.6 3.59 66 / 3.47
T1 Allen, Tabor 63.2 3.56 63 / 3.75
3 Travelstead, Brock 62 3.58 63 / 3.84
T4 Brown, Andrew 55.8 3.49 57 / 3.56
T4 Burnette, Noah 56 3.47 57 / 3.53
6 Williams, James 60.2 3.32 62 / 3.81
7 Fedor, Dillon 62.4 3.23 65 / 3.47
T8 Maretzki, Quinn 54 3.41 55 / 3.56
T8 Alvarez, George 61.8 3.25 65 / 3.37
T10 Sherman, Ty 52.8 3.41 54 / 3.56
T10 Money, Brett 55 3.29 58 / 3.46
12 Renner, Hunter 54 3.29 60 / 3.44
13 Middleton, Conner 56.8 3.03 62 / 3.31
T14 Kieny, Reed 47.2 3.38 50 / 3.44
T14 Shirkey, Cameron 51 3.11 54 / 3.47
16 Medina, Andres 49.4 3.18 51 / 4.41
T17 Hann, Brock 48 3.17 51 / 3.15
T17 West, Holland 50.4 2.97 53 / 3.15
19 Lee, Parker 51 2.72 58 / 3.24
T20 Newland, Trey 50.4 2.93 53 / 3.1
T20 Meader, Anthony 50.6 2.86 59 / 3.06
T20 Wadas, J. J. 53.2 2.37 63 / 3.56
23 Hausserman, Jacob 48.6 3 54 / 3.16
24 Galluccio, Mitchell 44.4 3.15 51 / 3.16
25 DeLisle, Ethan 46.8 2.97 50 / 3.29
26 Hussung, Cole 48.8 2.54 63 / 3.63
27 Farrell, Casey 45.8 2.62 49 / 3.18
CLASS OF 2021
Place Kicker Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Shuran, Ivan 52.6 3.36 54 / 3.5
2 Lopez, Joshua 52 3.14 53 / 3.41
3 Kemp, David 53.8 2.9 61 / 3.22
4 Bryan, Connor 47.8 3.02 49 / 3.18
T5 Borregales, Andres 46.4 3.05 50 / 3
T5 Skelly, Andrew 48 2.91 52 / 3.12
7 Wayson, Luke 45.8 2.97 50 / 3.25
8 Barefoot, Carson 46.4 2.86 47 / 3.15
9 Draguicevich, Alejandro 46.8 2.65 49 / 2.72
10 McGowan, Dalton 42.6 2.82 46 / 3.09

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NJ Summer Camp Recap – Basile Wins It!

The 2017 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Tour made a stop in New Jersey on July 15th. The camp took place at St.John Vianny High School and featured participants from NJ, NY, CT, PA, OH, and Texas. Here are the results:

Overall Camp Champion
Nick Basile (2020, PA) – Nick showed his versatility as a combo player by having a strong morning Punting and showing consistency and accuracy on FG’s in the afternoon as a FG competition champ. Despite being only a rising Sophomore his leg strength on FG’s was undeniable as he made multiple big kicks in the finals.

 

Field Goal Champion

Aidan Mulreed ( 2018, NJ)- Aidan had an impressive day kicking field goals winning the competition after connecting on 6 straight kicks. He also showed he had the ability to kick off at a high level.

 

 

Kick-Off Champion

Matteo Cordray (2018, TX)- Matteo traveled all the way across the country to compete and payed off. He is an excellent kicker who showed he has D1 ability on KO’s by taking both the top distance and hang time in the competition.  His best ball of the day measured 62 yards, with 3.94 hang time.  Matteo has committed to Army since the camp.

Punting Champion

Jay LaRosa (2019, NJ)- Jay showed today that  the moment counts he is also a good punter. He won the competition with a punt of over 40 yrs and a 4.2 hangtime. JAY is also a very good kicker and a developing KO guy.

 

Other Standouts: Ryan Devaney (2019) is a talented  newcomer that was the best combo player in his class at the camp.  Michael Boyle (2019) is a good kicker with a powerful leg that has only scratched the surface of his full potential.

 Youth Standout: Matt McCabe

The Chris Sailer Kicking Summer tour continues with stops in Los Angeles, CA on July 27 and Honolulu, HI on August 26.  Then get ready for a huge 2017 Fall Camp Schedule!  Check it out.  For more details,
rankings and camp information, visit www.ChriSailerKicking.com

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2017 Underclassmen Invitational – The Future is Here!


The 2017 Underclassmen Invitational took place in Tampa, FL on July 20-21, 2017. Two hundred plus of the nation’s top Class of 2019, 2020 & 2021 specialists made their way to Florida for one of the most popular camps of the year. This camp has quickly become my second favorite camp of the year, just behind the TOP 12 Camp.

The two day camp is about much more than just kicking and punting. This camp is as much about the parents and families as it is about the athletes. The two days are filled with kicking, punting, educational meetings, game shows, meals and gatherings. The three major goals of camp are improvement on the field, improvement off the field and becoming one family… #TeamSailer #SailerFamily. This camp sets up athletes and their families for a bright future in the world of kicking and punting.

The Underclassmen Invitational featured 200+ specialists from nearly every state in the U.S. ranging from Hawaii to New York. The camp also hosted a few players from outside of the U.S from as far away as Australia. Nearly 400 parents also attended and majority of participants brought the entire family along. Take a look at a day by day breakdown.

Day 1

Field Session: Four hours of total field time (2 Groups) where athletes are separated by position and graduation year. Each athlete was put into a group of 10 or less with 2 of Chris Sailer Kicking’s best instructors including Aaron Perez, Erik Folk, Tristan Vizcaino, Andrew Gantz, Blanton Creque, Cole Murphy and many more. Drills, field goals, kickoffs, punting and evaluation was the focus.


College & Pro Demo: Nick Folk of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made a special appearance to perform for the future of the sport. In the sprit of the Underclassmen Invitational he also brought along his 3-year old twin boys (they even attempted a few field goals). Folk, Vizcaino, Gantz, Creque, Murphy, Gonsoulin and more put on a show for the 500+ spectators.


Competition: At the end of each group session the athletes participated in a field goal last man standing competition. This is a famous Chris Sailer Kicking Competition that has challenged the best of the best for 17+ years of camps.

Class of 2019 Champion
Ryan Sanborn (CA) – The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking kicker/punter was stellar at all skills over the course of the two days. He won the field goal competition by connecting on 7-7 field goals with a long of 55 yards. Ryan continues to prove that he is a top national kicking and punting prospect. Ryan has a bright future with continued hard work.

Class of 2020 Champion
Tabor Allen (TX) – Tabor has been one of the most clutch performers in his class over the past few years. He is always at his best once it is time to compete. A great athlete that already kicks field goals off the ground. He went 6-6 on field goals with a long of 55 yards to win it. Even more impressive, he did it in rainy conditions toward the end of camp.

Class of 2021 Champion
David Kemp (KS) – David was clearly the standout performer in his class in Tampa. He is a fine young athlete with a big time leg. He kicks with nice technique and consistency. He also went 6-6 on on field goals with a long off 55 yards to win it. Look for David to be near the very top of the rankings with the Class of 2021 rankings are released this coming Fall.

Educational Meetings: Athletes and parents headed back to the hotel for two hours of educational meetings. Topics ranged from nutrition to training to social media to recruiting.

Game Show: The Kickers/Punters vs. Long Snappers Game Show has become one of the most popular Underclassmen Invitational traditions. This year, we decided to include the parents as well. After taking the crown in 2016, the Kickers/Punters were looking to go back-to-back. Unfortunately the Long Snappers came out on top. If you ask me, the questions were rigged ;). No worries, we will come back strong in 2018.

Family Dinner: Chris Sailer Kicking & Rubio Long Snapping hosted a massive dinner in the hotel ballroom where all were invited. Salads, Pastas, Meatballs, Breads and an assortment of drinks were served. The atmosphere was full of smiles and laughter and the conversations were about much more than just football. It is safe to say that the dinner was a huge hit.

Day 2

Field Session: This was Competition Day. Athletes checked-in in groups of four and were charted individually through a circuit of field goals, kickoffs and punts. Results will be posted in the coming weeks. Stay tuned.

Competition: At the end of the charting session it was time for punters to compete in a head to head competition. Twenty three athletes qualified based on two days of evaluation. The intense competition put the punters head to head in a single elimination format.

Class of 2019 Champion
Austin McNamara (AZ) – The 6’4” punter stepped up when it counted the most. He punted several balls 40-50 yards with 4.3-4.7 hang time. In the end, he was able to edge out top prospects such as Ryan Sanborn and Ben Freehill with consistency. Austin has the tools to be a great college punter.

Class of 2020 Champion
Daniel Cristiani (IN) – Daniel did a great job over the course of the two days. This was his third camp with Chris Sailer Kicking and his hard work is paying off. Daniel is a talented athlete that has a bright future with continued hard work.

Q & A With Sailer & Rubio: Athletes and parents headed back to the hotel for a Question & Answer session. Questions were answered, pictures were taken and final goodbyes were said.

Underclassmen Invitational Additional Awards

Top 22 – 2019 Overall Standouts (in alphabetical order)
Andrew Weil (SC)
Anthony Tom-Makue (HI)
Austin McNamara (AZ)
Ben Freehill (IL)
Bijan Nichols (TX)
Brandon Petruescu (CA)
Bryce Law (CA)
Cale Nation (MS)
Chandler Caughron (TN)
Cole Johnson (AZ)
Dylan Orr (CA)
Gavin Wale (NV)
Jack Martin (AL)
Joseph Stoll (OH)
JT Turner (MI)
Mason Molique (KY)
Michael Hayes (SC)
Noah Grant (TN)
Ryan Fitzgerald (GA)
Ryan Sanborn (CA)
Tyler Keltner (FL)
Tucker Barefoot (MS)

Anthony Tom-Makue (HI)

Top 10 – 2020 Overall Standouts (in alphabetical order)
Andrew Brown (NC)
Brett Money (NM)
Brock Travelstead (GA)
Cole Hussung (IN)
Daniel Cristiani (IL)
Dillon Fedor (NV)
Holt Cloninger (NC)
James Williams (GA)
JJ Wadas (IN)
Tabor Allen (TX)

Cole Hussung (IN)

Top 5 – 2021 Overall Standouts (in alphabetical order)
Andres Borregales (FL)
David Kemp (KS)
Ivan Shuran (OH)
Joshua Lopez (FL)
Luke Wayson (MD)

Do you want to be a part of the 2018 Underclassmen Invitational? See you at Chris Sailer Kicking Camp soon. The Fall Schedule is now posted and open for registration. To be the best, train and compete with the best. Expect greatness! For more information, details and rankings visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com


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2017 Chris Sailer Kicking TOP 12 Camp Recap, Best in the U.S. Compete!

The best of the best high school and junior college specialists in nation gathered in Tampa, FL to compete at the prestigious TOP 12 Camp. In order to be invited to attend this camp you had to dominate at either Vegas XXIX (January 2017) or Vegas 30 (May 2017). Twenty Kickers/Punters were selected in January and an additional twenty were selected in May. The two Vegas Events brought in well over 1000 specialists, so achieving this honor was a tall task. Five wild cards were added rounding out the field of the 45 best in America!

The format for the 2017 TOP 12 was brand new. After fourteen years of the TOP 12 and Event Elite format, this year the standard was set even higher. For the first time ever, 45 specialists would have to compete in July to earn the honor of TOP 12. And… the camp would be captured by film and crew for the first ever TOP 12 Web Series. The pressure was on as the stakes were set higher then hey had every been. Every athlete would be followed by cameras. Interviews, on field performance, competitions, off the field character and thorough evaluation would ultimately determine who would be selected to the first every true TOP 12!

Each athlete earned a BLACK TOP 12 Camp shirt by way of invitation to the TOP 12 Camp. What they now sought was the coveted YELLOW TOP 12 shirt. The yellow shirt is an invitation into the most prestigious club for Kickers and Punters. Who would join the company of players such as Dan Bailey (Cowboys), Justin Tucker (Ravens), Ryan Succop (Titans), Bryan Anger (Buccaneers), Jeff Locke (Colts), Tress Way (Redskins) and many many more? College All-Americans, Lou Groza Award Winners, Ray Guy Award Winners, NFL Draftees, NFL All-Pros, NFL Superbowl Champions, etc. The atmosphere was intense.

Take a look at the results…

Day 1

Field Goal Champion
Cody Williams (2018, CA) – Cody put on a stellar performance. Coming into camp, he was one of the lowest ranked kickers in attendance. He knew he would have to work his way up the ladder, and he did exactly that by coming out of the gates hot. He won the field goal last man standing competition by going 6-6 with a long of 58 yards. Due to a strong overall camp performance he earned a 5-Star rating and is now a top 20 nationally ranked prospect.

Punt Champion
Nick Mihalic (2018, IL) – Nick was a wild card invitee and he quickly proved worthy of the selection. He is a phenomenal punting prospect that easily averages 45+ yards with 4.5+ hang time. He defeated a very strong field of punters on day one and proved that he would be a force to be reckoned with in the fight to become the overall TOP 12 punt champion. His performance throughout the three days earned him a 5-Star rating and he is now ranked the #3 punter in America.

Day 2

Kickoff Champion
Cole Talley (2018, TX) – Cole is one of the absolute strongest kickers in the nation. He continually shows his strength by dominating kickoff competitions. He hit 5 consecutive kickoffs over 70 yards, with 4.0+ hang time. His best ball measured 75 yards, with 4.23 hang time. Cole is a big time talent that has endless potential. He is a 5-Star rated kicker and a top 20 nationally ranked prospect. He is also one of the most popular athletes amongst his peers.

Punt Champion
Issac Power (2018, CO) – Issac put together another impressive performance in Tampa. Coming off a huge performance at TOP GUN where he earned U.S. Army All-American honors, he stayed hot. He punts for a great combination of distance and hang time and is able to perform very well under pressure. He is a 5-Star rated punter and made a big jump all the way up to the #4 ranked punter in the nation.

Day 3

Field Goal Champion (Head-To-Head)
Charles Campbell (2018, TN) – The is the most difficult kicking competition to win for the entire year! Charles has been on a roll. He earned U.S. Army All-American honors at TOP GUN, committed on full scholarship to Indiana and now won the 2017 TOP 12 Kicking Championship in the last two weeks. He is simply an outstanding kicker. He has an elite leg, kicks with excellent consistency and knows how to step up under pressure. Charles is a 5-Star rated kicker and ranked #3 in America.

Punting Champion (Head-To-Head)
Jake Camarda (2018, GA) – The is the most difficult punting competition to win for the entire year! Jake came in as the #1 seed and the #1 ranked punter in American and he showed exactly why he is worthy of that honor. The Vegas XXIX Punting Champion dominated the TOP 12 field with an NFL type performance. He easily knocked off top rated prospects one by one, besting Nick Mihalic in the final. The University of Georgia is getting the best punter in America.

After three amazing days, decisions had to be made. Athletes were called into the war room to learn their fate. In the end, only twelve would earn the honor of TOP 12 and walk away with the yellow shirt. The tension was at an all time high.

Introducing your 2017 Chris Sailer Kicking TOP 12…

BT Potter (2018, SC) – The Clemson commit is the real deal. He dominates at every aspect of the game and is ready for any and all challenges ahead. BT was recently selected to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and he is now your new #1 kicker in the nation.

Jake Camarda (2018, GA) – The clear cut #1 punter in the nation and now #4 ranked kicker in the U.S., Jake is the very best combo player in the nation with a big time future ahead of him. The four year Chris Sailer Kicking student is beyond ready for the next level.

Evan McPherson (2018, AL) – The Mississippi State commit is one of the best kickers to every participate in the TOP 12 Camp. He is a 5-Star rated kicker and the #2 ranked ranked kicker in the nation. He is also an outstanding punter. Evan is impressive both on and off the field.

Nick Mihalic (2018, IL) – Nick was the biggest surprise of the camp and will reap the benefits from his strong performance. He is now the best available punting prospect in America and all recruiting attention will surely point in his direction.

Charles Campbell (2018, TN) – The Indiana commit and two time TOP 12 camp participant has climbed all the way up to the #3 spot in the nation, and rightfully so. One of the most liked participants at the camp, Charles is going to be a great fit in every way for Indiana.

Issac Power (2018, CO) – Issac earned the final TOP 12 selection for 2018 punters narrowly over Cade Pollard and Gabe Boring. His ability to step up and win competitions was the deciding factor. He is the #2 punter available in the country behind Mihalic.

Chris Dunn (2018, NC) – Chris is one of the most consistent performs in the United States without a doubt. He has more competition wins than anyone in the history of Chris Sailer Kicking. He is not always flashy, but he is nails under pressure. The NC State commit is a great one.

Derek Ng (2018, NV) – Derek is the real deal. The Vegas 30 Kicking Champion is a 5-Star Rated kicker and the new #6 ranked kicker in the America. He is absolutely outstanding on both field goal and kickoff. Derek is the top available kicker on the board.

Brayden Narveson (2018, AZ) – The Iowa State commit is an excellent talent and a very consistent performer. Brayden has been one of the fastest movers up the ranks in 2017. He has all the tools to succeed in the BIG 12.

Caleb Griffin (2018, IL) – Caleb was a dark horse coming into TOP 12. He is a tremendous athlete with endless potential. He held his own during day 1 and day 2 of competition and stepped it up during day 3. Caleb is the biggest sleeper in the class of 2018. He has made me a believer.

Will Reichard (2019, AL) – Will is the clear cut #1 ranked kicking prospect in the Class of 2019. He has been a student of Chris Sailer Kicking since the 6th grade and already holds a scholarship offer from LSU. He would be ranked inside the top 3 in American if he was in the Class of 2018, he is THAT good.

Porter Wilson (2019, OH) – Porter is the #1 ranked ranked punting prospect in the Class of 2019. He has a prototypical punting body and shows every sign of a big time future. There is no doubt that he is already a scholarship pick.

TOP 12 Camp Invitees / Participants (In alphabetical order)
Akubuo-Onwuemeka, Prominence (JC, CA) – Top national kicking prospect.
*Biscardi, Massimo (2018, PA) – Committed to Coastal Carolina on scholarship.
Boring, Gabe (2018, TN) – Top national punting/kicking prospect.
Dylan Brady (2018, CA) – Top national kicking prospect.
Brust, Matthew (2018, FL) – Top national kicking prospect.
Burks, Thomas (2018, TN) – Top national kicking prospect.
Camarda, Jake (2018, GA) – Committed to Georgia on scholarship.
Campbell, Charles (2018, TN) – Committed Indiana on scholarship, U.S. Army All-American.
Culhane, Ajay (2018, CA) – Top national kicking prospect.
*Cooney, Michael (2018, IL) – Top national kicking prospect.
*DeLong, Skyler (2018, SC) – Committed to Alabama on scholarship, U.S. Army All-American.
Dicker, Cameron (2018, TX) – Committed to Texas on scholarship.
Dunn, Chris (2018, NC) – Committed to NC State on scholarship.
Felkins, Alex (2019, OK) – Top national kicking prospect.
*Fineran, Mitchell (2018, GA) -Top national kicking prospect.
Garrett, Carson (2019, TX) – Top national kicking prospect.
*Geddes, Campbell (2018, CA) – Top national kicking prospect.
Griffin, Caleb (2018, IL) – Top national kicking prospect.
Hanna, Cole (2018, GA) – Top national kicking prospect.
Jaeger, Matthew (2018, MN) – Top national kicking prospect.
Kessler, Chris (2018, TX) – Top national kicking prospect.
Krause, Adam (2018, IL) – Top national kicking prospect.
Lantz, Michael (2019, GA) – Top national kicking prospect.
Lees, Scott (2018, WA) – Big time all around talent.
Lewis, Camden (2019, NC) – Top national kicking prospect.
*Lipel, Jonah (2018, CA) – Committed to Harvard.
Mayers, John (2018, TX) – Top national kicking prospect.
McPherson, Evan (2018, AL) – Committed to Mississippi State on scholarship.
Meeks, Jacob (2018, TX) – Top national kicking prospect.
Mihalic, Nick (2018, IL) – Best punting prospect available in nation.
Mosharrafa, Anthony (2018, AZ) – Top national kicking/punting prospect.
Narveson, Brayden (2018, AZ) – Committed to Iowa State on scholarship.
Ng, Derek (2018, NV) – Best kicking prospect available in the nation.
Pollard, Cade (2018, TX) – Top national punting prospect.
Potter, BT (2018, SC) – Committed to Clemson on scholarship, U.S. Army All-American.
Power, Issac (2018, CO) – U.S. Army All-American Punter.
Reichard, Will (2019, AL) – Top national kicking prospect.
Rodriguez, Andrew (JC, CA) – Top JC national kicking/punting prospect.
*Sciba, Nick (2018, SC) – Committed to Wake Forest on scholarship.
Stewart, Clayton (2018, TX) – Top national kicking/punting prospect.
Talley, Cole (2018, TX) – Top national kicking prospect.
Triplett, George (2018, WV) – Committed to Navy on scholarship.
Van Eekeran, Chris (2019, IN) – Top national kicking prospect.
Wallace, Quentin (2018, IL) – Top national kicking prospect.
Williams, Cody (2018, CA) – Top national kicking prospect.
Williams, Dylan (2018, CA) – Top national kicking prospect.
Wilson, Porter (2019, OH) – Top national punting prospect.
Wise, Camden (2018, VA) – Top national kicking prospect.

*indicates athlete was not able to participate due to injury or prior commitment

COMING SOON! Get ready for the TOP 12 Web Series which will document the life of a kicker/punter and the TOP 12 selection process.

Do you want to be a part of the 2018 TOP 12? See you at Vegas XXXI (January, registration is now open) and Vegas XXXII May). To be the best, train and compete with the best. Expect greatness! For more information, details and rankings visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com

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James Williams Comes Through as the Champion of the 2017 GA Summer Camp!

The 2017 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Camp Tour is now in full swing. The most recent camp took place in Atlanta, GA on July 11th. This region of the country has arguably produced the best high school talent in the nation over the past few years. The competition was fierce from start to finish. Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp Champion
James Williams (2020, GA) – The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student is starting to really come into his own. It is rare for a specialist this young to win a major competition, let along become overall camp champion. James won a field goal competition by staying consistent and showing that he had range well beyond 50 yards. He then camp through under pressure in the head to head final to win it all. James is extremely talented as both a kicker and punter. The future is bright.

Field Goal Champion
Alex Hardy (2018, GA) – Alex had his best day yet at a Chris Sailer Kicking Camp. He continued to improve leaps and bounds each time we see him as evident with the field goal championship. He hit 6 consecutive field goals with a long of 55 yards to win the competition. He was also strong and kickoff and shows he can hit a big punt. Alex has the tools to take his game to the next level with continued hard work.

Kickoff Champion
Evan McPherson (2018, AL) – The #1 Kicker in the nation and Mississippi State commit stepped up once again. Evan is a big time talent and he is always at his best under pressure. On this day he was the kickoff champion with his best ball of the day totaling 74 yards, with 4.31 hand time. He was also impressive as usual on both field goal and punt. Look for Evan do be a dominant force in the SEC for years to come.

Punt Champion
Alejandro Lopez (2018, NC) – Another long time student of Chris Sailer Kicking, Alejandro shined in Atlanta. He was solid and both field goal and kickoff, but stood out the most as a punter. He averaged well over 40 yards, with 4.4 plus hang time. His best ball on the day traveled over 50 yards, with 5.08 hang time. Alejandro is proving that he has all the tools to compete at the D1 level. He is a fine young man with a bright future.

Top 2018 Prospects: Evan McPherson, Alejandro Lopez, Alex Hardy, Adam Ieyoub, Alan Andrzejewski, Alec Earp, Austin Behnke, Christian McClure, Colin Ibison, Michael Baugus, Christopher Freibert, Colin Dempster, Jarrett Mills, Josh Smith, Sean Henderson, Nathan McRoberts, Joseph Gannon, McKay Taylor, Timmy Bleekrode, Evan Hodges, Robert Faulkner, Arthur Boyzo, Grant Cookson.

Top 2019 Prospects: Evan Davis, Jared Wheatley, Anthony Rodriguez, Jack Westbrook, Thor Bilstrom.

Top 2020 Prospects: James Williams, Parker Hannon, Brock Travelstead, Parker Pierson, Conner Middleton, Kade Loggins, Ryan Barrick.

2021 Prospects: Dylan Kwasnik, Joshua Huiet, Peyton Engel, Sanjay Reddy.

Youth Prospect: Trey Stephens

This will be one of the biggest summers in Chris Sailer Kicking history. Up next, join us in Chicago, IL (July 13) and Los Angeles, CA (July 27). This summer will also feature our 3 prestigious invite only camps (College, TOP 12 & Underclassman Invitational) in Tampa FL (July 14-21). For more information, rankings and camp registration visit ChrisSailerKicking.com To be the best, train & compete with the best. Get ready for greatness!

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CSK Veteran Justin Smith Wins the NC Summer Camp!

The Chris Sailer Kicking 2017 Summer Camp Tour continued with a stop in Charlotte, NC on July 9th.  There was a great mix of talented veterans and newcomers hoping to step up and come out on top of the competition.  All in all, over 100 specialists from over a dozen states were in attendance ready to learn and compete with the best.  Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp Champion
Justin Smith (2018, OH) – Coming off a strong performance at FBU Top Gun, the longtime Chris Sailer Kicking didn’t miss a beat.  He was the kickoff champion on the day with his biggest ball totaling 68 yards with 4.21 hang time.  He was also very competitive in both field goal and punt competitions.  Just is proving he is ready for the next level.


Field Goal Champions

Camden Wise (2018, VA) – The TOP 12’er proved exactly why he earned that honor earlier this year.  He won the field goal competition by hitting 6 straight field goals including a final kick of 55 yards.  He was also outstanding on kickoffs and punts.  Camden is a confident kicker that kicks and punts with great confidence.  He is going to be a fine college kicker.


Holt Cloninger (2020, NC) – Holt became one of the few 2020 specialists to win a major competition this year.  The #2 ranked kicker in the nation has a big time leg and already competes with the seniors.  On this day he won the field goal competition by hitting 5 straight field goals including a long of 53.  He was also very strong on kickoff.

Punt Champion
Hunter Braswell (2019, NC) – Hunter stepped up when it counted the most in Charlotte.  A top 2019 kicker, Hunter proved that he is also a very capable punter.  He averaged nearly 40 yards, with 4.3+ hang time.  The lefty has the ability to develop into a top national combo prospect.  Keep a close eye on this talented prospect.


Top 2018 PROSPECTS:
Avery Fulton, Drew Gilbert, Micah Breckeridge, Michael Driscoll,  Wesley Strong, West Brownlee, Camden Wise, Hunter Baldwin, Jackson Brooks, Logan Bowers, Seth Harrison, Jimmy Chambers, Karch Kaspar, Justin Smith.

Top 2019 PROSPECTS: Jared Wheatley, Hunter Braswell, Lake Barrett, Ryan Castle, Caden Bonoffski, Camden Lewis, Joey Mitchell, Max Blitstein, Will Griggs, Evan Davis, Michael Boyle.

Top 2020 PROSPECTS: Benjamin Steele, Connor Rutledge, Graham Griffith, Jack Dunne, Luke Mickan, Grant Wood, Holt Cloninger, Quinn Castner.

Top Youth Prospects: Shane Nelson, Blake Craig.

This will be one of the biggest summers in Chris Sailer Kicking history. Up next, join us in Atlanta, GA (July 11), Chicago, IL (July 13) and Los Angeles, CA (July 27). This summer will also feature our 3 prestigious invite only camps (College, TOP 12 & Underclassman Invitational) in Tampa FL (July 14-21). For more information, rankings and camp registration visit ChrisSailerKicking.com To be the best, train & compete with the best. Get ready for greatness!

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Potter, Campbell, DeLong & Power earn U.S. Army All-American Bowl Honors

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 7-8, 2017. Over 1,300 athletes in all will participate in this camp before all is said and done. At stake, four High School U.S. Army All-American 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. Take a look at the results.

U.S. Army All-Americans (Class of 2018)

KICKERS

BT Potter (SC) – The #3 ranked kicker in the nation and Clemson commit dominated the field. His field goals are pure and accurate. His kickoffs look ready to dominate D1 football. He defeated Barret Pickering (Nebraska commit), Chris Dunn (NC State commit) and Jonah Lipel (Harvard commit) in the finals to earn one of the coveted spots. Look for BT to have a major impact in the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Game.


Charles Campbell (TN) – The #5 ranked kicker in the nation put on a big time performance in Rock Hill. He made over 90% of his field goals and dominated on kickoff. Charles is a great competitor that does extremely well under pressure. He defeated Derek Ng (NV) in the final to earn his spot. He is well deserving of this honor and will represent the West very well.

 

PUNTERS
Skyler DeLong (SC) – The #2 ranked punter and Alabama commit was absolutely dominant all weekend long. He easily had the strongest leg of all the punters and hit the biggest ball. He has all the tools to be an all SEC type performer. He hit a 55 yard, 4.88 punt in the finals to secure his selection for the east in the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

 

Isaac Power (CO) – The #8 ranked punter in the country stunned to nation by competing at the highest level. He was one of the most consistent punter over the course of the two days and it paid off in the end. He defeated Gabe Boring (TN) in the final by hitting several ball over 45 yards with 4.4 plus hang time. He also proved that he can step up under pressure.

The U.S. Army All-American Bowl will take place on January 6, 2018 at the Alamo Dome in TX. The game will air on NBC.

Freshman FBU All-Americans (Class of 2021)
Ivan Shuran (OH) – Ivan is an excellent young kicker. He is smooth, accurate and does well under pressure.

Josh Lopez (FL) – Josh did a great job all weekend. He was near the top of the competition in every category.

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

Class of 2019 Top Gun Co-MVP’s
Christopher Abbes (CA) – Christopher did a fantastic job all weekend. He won the field goals competition and competed well on kickoffs.

Jimmy Lowery (FL) – Jimmy showed very well from start to finish. He has an excellent leg for his age and competes well. He has a bright future with continued hard work.

Honorable Mention: Bryce Law, Hunter Braswell & Brandon Dickerson

Class of 2020 Top Gun Co-MVP’s
Parker Hannon (GA) – Day 1 MVP. He shows great future college potential.

James Griffith (TX) – Day 2 MVP. James has tons of all around upside.

Honorable Mention: Hayden Olsen, Nicolas Basile, Mitchell Gallucio

Class of 2022 Top Gun MVP: Daniel Holbrook
Class of 2023 Top Gun MVP: Collin Fratus

For more information visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com

Finals Video – BT Potter wins competition to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl

Finals Video – Charles Campbell wins competition to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl

Finals Video – DeLong & Power win competitions to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl

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TOP 12 Camp Wildcards Announced!

Congratulations to the following Kickers/Punters who have been selected to attend the TOP 12 CAMP as wildcards/replacements.

Wildcards (in alphabetical order)
Andrew Rodriguez (JC, CA)
Carson Garrett (2019, TX)
Cody Williams (2018, CA)
Jacob Meeks (2018, TX)
Mitchell Fineran (2018, GA)
Nick Mihalic (2018, IL)
Will Reichard (2019, AL)

Vegas 30 (May 13-14, 2017) – 20 Invitees (in alphabetical order)
Adam Krause  (2018, IL)
Alex Felkins (2019, OK)
Cade Pollard (2018, TX)
Caleb Griffin (2018, IL)
Cameron Dicker (2018, TX)
Campbell Geddes (2018, CA)
Cole Hanna (2018, GA)
Clayton Stewart (2018, TX)
Derek Ng (2018, NV)
Dylan Brady (2018, CA)
Dylan Williams (2018, CA)
Gabe Boring (2018, TN)
George Triplett (2018, WV)
John Mayers (2018, TX)
Michael Cooney (2018, IL)
Michael Lantz (2019, GA)
Porter Wilson (2019, OH)
Prominence Akubuo-Onwuemeka (JC, CA)
Scott Lees (2018, WA)
Thomas Burks (2018, TN)

Vegas XXIX (January 14-15, 2017) – 20 Invitees (in alphabetical order)
Ajay Culhane (2018, CA)
Anthony Mosharrafa (2018, AZ)
Brayden Narveson (2018, AZ)
BT Potter (2018, SC)*
Camden Lewis (2019, NC)
Camden Wise (2018, VA)
Charles Campbell (2018, TN)
Chris Dunn (2018, NC)
Chris Kessler (2018, TX)
Chris Van Eekeran (2019, IN)
Cole Talley (2018, TX)
Evan McPherson (2018, AL)
Isaac Power (2018, CO)
Jake Camarda (2018, GA)
Jonah Lipel (2018, CA)
Quentin Wallace (2018, IL)
Matthew Brust (2018, FL)
Matthew Jaeger (2018, MN)
Massimo Biscardi (2018, PA)
Nicolas Sciba (2018, SC)*
*will not be attending

The TOP 12 Camp will take place in Tampa, FL from July 17-19, 2017.

These specialists will compete to make the official 2017 TOP 12. The competition, both physically and mentally, will be like no other camp. The entire process will be captured in a web series (TOP 12 Camp Series). The web series will capture everything from the the behind the scenes moments, to the on field competitions, to the mentally challenging interviews, to the ups and downs of the the entire TOP 12 selection process. Get ready for the next greatest thing that will elevate exposure for specialists to a whole new level.

“Vegas” was created in 2003 as the very first national exposure event of its kind for kickers, punters and long snappers.  Just over 100 specialists attended the first camp.  Now well over 1000 specialists travel to Vegas each year.   The goal has always been to get the world’s best instruction, competition and exposure.  TOP 12 and Event Elite have been the 2 most credible exposure lists to be on in the world for specialists.  Take a look at the 12 most famous Kicker/Punter TOP 12 Members of all time. 

Dan Bailey (Cowboys)
Justin Tucker (Ravens)
Bryan Anger (Buccaneers)
Blair Walsh (Seahawks)
Jeff Locke (Colts)
Brad Nortman (Jaguars)
Nick Folk (Bucs)
Tress Way (Redskins)
Bradley Pinion (49ers)
Drew Kaser (Chargers)
Ryan Allen (Patriots)
Ryan Succop (Titans)
Dustin Hopkins (Redskins)
Cody Parkey (Browns)
Kai Forbath (Vikings)
Matt Darr (Dolphins)
Colton Schmidt (Bills)
Randy Bullock (Bengals)
Ka’imi Fairbairn (Texans)
Ross Martin (Jets)
Kenny Allen (Ravens)
Will Monday (Chiefs)

 

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Chris Sailer Kicking, Vegas 30 Competition Champions

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
Kicking – Derek Ng (2018, NV)
Punting – George Triplett (2018, WV)

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

Saturday Competition Champions

Field Goal Last Man Standing Champions

Group 1 (Classes of 2020 & 2019) – Jackson Garcia (2019, AZ)
Group 2 (Class of 2018) – Caleb Griffin (2018, IL)
Group 4 (Class of 2018/ 2017 / Junior College) – John Mayers (2018, TX)

Punt Champions (Punters Only)
Consistency – Cody Grace (2017, Australia)
Last Man Standing – Cody Grace (2017, Australia)
Head to Head – George Triplett (2018, WV)

Sunday Charting Results

Field Goal Champions:
Class of 2020: Conor Hunt (HI) & Evan Warren (MD)
Class of 2019: Tyler Shearer (TX)
Class of 2018: Cade Bader (CA) & Jonah Lipel (CA)
Class of 2017/JC: Prominence Akubuo-Onwuemeka (CA) & Andrew Rodriguez (CA)

Kickoff Champions:
Class of 2020: Sam Stephenson (CA)
Class of 2019: Carson Garrett (TX)
Class of 2018: Quentin Wallace (IL)
Class of 2017/JC: Prominence Akubuo-Onwuemeka (CA)

Punt Champions:
Class of 2020: Fabien Guillen (CA)
Class of 2019: Porter Wilson (OH)
Class of 2018: Chris Kessler (TX) & Chris Dunn (NC)
Class of 2017/Junior College: Cody Grace (Australia)

Sunday Finals Round Results

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

Round 1
Alejandro Lopez (NC) defeats Armaan Malhi (AZ)
Trevor Thompson (OH) defeats Milan Dezelich (IN)
Thomas Burks (TN) defeats Patrick Markwalter (GA)
Ethan Schroeder (CA) defeats Jake Veach (AZ)

Round 2
Jonah Lipel (CA) defeats Alejandro Lopez (NC)
Derek Ng (NV) defeats Hunter Malsch (NC)
Trevor Thompson (OH) defeats Wesley Wells (GA)
Tyler Shearer (TX) defeats Seth Harrison (NC)
Thomas Burks (TN) defeats Cade Bader (CA)
John Mayers (TX) defeats Matthew Brust (FL)
Clayton Stewart (TX) defeats Ethan Schroeder (CA)
Chris Dunn (NC) defeats Charles Campbell (TN)

Round 3
Derek Ng (NV) defeats Jonah Lipel (CA)
Tyler Shearer (TX) defeats Trevor Thompson (OH)
Thomas Burks (TN) defeats John Mayers (TX)
Clayton Stewart (TX) defeats Chris Dunn (NC)

Round 4
Derek Ng (NV) defeats Tyler Shearer (TX)
Clayton Stewart (TX) defeats Thomas Burks (TN)

Finals
Derek Ng (NV) defeats Clayton Stewart (TX)

FINALS ROUND Punting Results -Head to Head (12 players advanced to the FINALS)

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

Class of 2019: Charles Bein (CA), Evan Davis (NC), Ben Freehill (IL), Cade Fuller (CA), Carson Garrett (TX), Noah Grant (OH), Patrick Markwalter (GA), Jared Wheatley (NC), Porter Wilson (OH).

Class of 2018: Massimo Biscardi (PA), Gabe Boring (TN), Thomas Burks (TN), Josh Carlson (AZ), Landon Carter (TN), Drew Cassiday (OH), Ajay Culhane (CA), Cameron Dicker (TX), Chris Dunn (NC), Campbell Geddes (CA), Drew Gilbert (GA), Jake Haggard (CA), Peiyton Hilliard (WA), Lane Kast (CA), Chris Kessler (TX), Adam Krause (IL), Jace Krier (OR), Scott Lees (WA), Ryan Monkman (IL), Derek Ng (NV), Cash Peterman (AZ), Cade Pollard (TX), Juan Ramirez (AZ), Anthony Rusch (AZ), JP Rybus (CA), Nick Sciba (SC), George Triplett (WV), Jake Veach (AZ), Dylan Williams (CA), Camden Wise (VA), Chris Wood (CA), Taiten Winkel (KS), Lucas White (IN).

Class of 2017 / Junior College / Transfer: Cody Grace (Australia), Dean Smith (CA), Andrew Rodriguez (CA), Prominence Akubuo – Onwuemeka (CA), Tanner Carcama (CA), Kyle Babcock (CA).

Head to Head competition narrowed the field down to 12

Round of 12:
Cody Grace (Australia) defeats Adam Krause (IL) & Cash Peterman (AZ)
Patrick Markwalter (GA) defeats Chris Dunn (NC) & Massimo Biscardi (PA)
Gabe Boring (TN) defeats Andrew Rodriguez (CA) & Jake Haggard (CA)
George Triplett (WV) defeats Josh Carson (AZ) & Porter Wilson (OH)

Semifinals:
Patrick Markwalter (GA) defeats Cody Grace (Australia)
George Triplett (WV) defeats Gabe Boring (TN)

Finals:
George Triplett (WV)  defeats Patrick Markwalter (GA)

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Chris Sailer Kicking: Vegas 30 Kickoff Results

Chris Sailer Kicking – Vegas 30 (May 13-14, 2017) 
Kickoff Charting Results
Class of 2021/2020
Place Name Distance Avg. Hang Time Avg. Best 1 Ball
1 Stephenson, Sam 64.4 3.58 66 / 3.59
2 Warren, Evan 62.6 3.35 69 / 3.81
3 Fedor, Dillon 63.2 3.23 65 / 3.28
4 Guillen, Fabien 52 3.33 64 / 3.41
5 Delis, Peter 51 3.26 57 / 3.13
T6 Delisle, Ethan 49.4 3.43 53 / 3.54
T6 Hunt, Conor 57.4 3 60 / 3.4
8 Bryan, Connor 51 3.18 50 / 3.5
9 Green, Archie 49.6 2.96 51 / 3.22
10 Hann, Brock 50.4 2.84 56 / 3.16
11 Kamakawiwoole, Kapena 48.2 2.81 51 / 3.12
12 Medina, Andres 41.6 2.96 43 / 3.5
13 Aguilar, Kevin 47.6 2.78 58 / 2.91
T14 Riggins, Hayden 43.8 2.8 47 / 3.1
T14 Barefoot, Carson 47 2.7 53 / 3.03
16 Wallace, Conor 44.8 2.58 48 / 2.81
Class of 2019
Place Name Distance Avg. Hang Time Avg. Best 1 Ball
1 Garrett, Carson 71.8 3.88 70 / 4.09
2 Lantz, Michael 72.8 3.73 78 / 3.59
3 Nichols, Michael 73.2 3.63 73 / 3./87
4 Heffernan, Matthew 66.4 3.69 64 / 4.06
T5 Stoll, Joseph 60.6 3.81 60 / 4
T5 Petruescu, Brandon 69 3.49 72 / 3.5
7 Fitzgerald, Ryan 64.6 3.58 66 / 3.69
T8 Schroeder, Ethan 61.4 3.69 64 / 3.85
T8 Barefoot, Tucker 62.8 3.64 65 / 3.72
T8 Felkins, Alex 63.2 3.62 68 / 3.81
11 Garcia, Jackson 65.2 3.5 68 / 3.53
12 Plaster, Josh 66.4 3.48 67 / 3.81
13 Martin, JK 65.2 3.49 67 / 3.44
14 Dodd, Ashton 62.2 3.57 62 / 3.9
T15 Jaridly, Ramzee 63.4 3.5 69 / 3.44
T15 Johnson, Cole 66.8 3.41 69 / 3.72
17 Nation, Cale 67 3.37 70 / 3.4
T18 Abbes, Christopher 59.6 3.61 59 / 4
T18 Davis, Evan 66 3.42 65 / 3.59
20 Orr, Dylan 65.6 3.43 69 / 3.56
T21 Aldridge, John 56.2 3.7 63 / 3.90
T21 Barr-Mira, Nick 59.8 3.56 62 / 3.6
T21 Horn, Timothy 71.8 3.26 80 / 3.48
24 McCoy, Josh 63.2 3.48 66 / 3.69
25 Markwalter, Patrick 66 3.32 69 / 3.59
26 Weil, Andrew 59.4 3.53 64 / 3.75
27 Tom-Makue, Anthony 56.2 3.58 62 / 3.47
28 Shearer, Tyler 55.2 3.56 54 / 3.84
29 Crosa, Griffin 56.8 3.49 57 / 3.56
30 Grant, Noah 64.2 3.14 68 / 3.25
T31 Wheatley, Jared 59.6 3.36 63 / 3.66
T31 Heaton, Tristan 60.2 3.3 61 / 3.44
33 Freehill, Ben 53.8 3.55 53 / 3.75
34 Wale, Gavin 60.2 3.15 64 / 3.5
35 Van Eekeren, Chris 56.4 3.33 68 / 3.5
36 Hertz, Micah 57 3.27 65 / 3.28
T37 Fuller, Cade 48.2 3.49 55 / 3.56
T37 Kempton, Asa 54.2 3.41 56 / 3.53
T37 White, Jason 58.6 3.14 63 / 3.38
40 Oswald, Jack 58 3.04 69 / 3.78
41 McNamara, Austin 54.8 3.23 60 / 3.44
42 Baller, Cameron 53.2 3.28 56 / 3.31
43 Passey, Jackson 57.8 2.78 65 / 3.25
44 Fowble, Luke 54.2 3.1 57 / 3.29
T45 Rukujzo, Jonathan 54.4 2.97 57 / 3.28
T45 Hernandez, Aleric 54.8 2.85 55 / 3.07
47 Barnard, Eathan 50.8 3.11 55 / 3.25
T48 Cummins, Griffin 48.8 2.86 59 / 3.28
T48 Dietrich, Daniel 51.4 2.72 53 / 3
50 Skiba, Hayden 45.8 3.03 48 / 3.87
51 Mendelsohn, Jonah 49.6 2.67 58 / 3.25
52 Sten, Carson 47.8 2.5 60 / 3.18
53 Younger, Sam 44.4 2.53 62 / 3.31
54 Kilpatrick, Andrew 38 2.09 45 / 2.44
Class of 2018
Place Name Distance Avg. Hang Time Avg. Best 1 Ball
1 Wallace, Quentin 75.8 4.08 79 / 4.3
2 Williams, Dylan 74.4 3.83 73 / 4.19
3 Lipel, Jonah 71.6 3.91 77 / 4
4 Brady, Dylan 68.4 4 74 / 3.91
5 Wise, Camden 71.8 3.75 76 / 3.75
T6 Sciba, Nicolas 69 3.78 73 / 4
T6 Dicker, Cameron 75 3.64 75 / 4.06
T6 Kessler, Chris 67.8 3.81 67 / 4.2
T6 Lees, Scott 75.7 3.6 81 / 3.81
10 Boring, Gabe 68.2 3.74 73 / 3.84
T11 Ruiz, Stephen 65.4 3.76 73 / 3.79
T11 Ng, Derek 68 3.73 75 / 3.78
13 Campbell, Charles 66.6 3.68 72 / 3.72
14 Cooney, Michael 66 3.73 76 / 3.56
15 Biscardi, Massimo 64 3.8 69 / 3.85
16 Narveson, Brayden 68.6 3.56 68 / 3.9
17 Dunn, Chris 70.4 3.52 71 / 3.78
T18 Meeks, Jacob 63.4 3.81 78 / 4.03
T18 Geddes, Campbell 68.8 3.54 67 / 3.97
T18 Jaeger, Matthew 73 3.49 74 / 4.09
21 Sterr, Zachary 70.4 3.5 73 / 3.72
22 Culhane, Ajay 65.6 3.63 75 / 3.72
T23 Scott, Ryan 63.2 3.8 70 / 3.88
T23 Corona, Spencer 66.6 3.59 70 / 3.63
25 White, Lucas 69 3.5 72 / 3.63
T26 Figueroa, Johnathan 67.6 3.55 70 / 3.84
T26 Cordray, Matteo 67.8 3.54 75 / 3.94
28 Garner, Ashton 65.8 3.6 68 / 3.93
T29 Wells, Wesley 61.8 3.82 72 / 3.88
T29 Likens, Jackson 66 3.59 65 / 3.91
T31 Williams Cody 63.2 3.75 71 / 3.72
T31 Click, Jacob 64.2 3.64 67 / 3.81
33 Griffin, Caleb 72.8 3.4 77 / 4.12
34 Malsch, Hunter 64.6 3.61 71 / 4
35 Stewart, Clayton 64 3.62 68 / 3.62
36 Shelbred, Perry 61.6 3.79 71 / 3.75
T37 Burks, Thomas 65 3.6 71 / 3.85
T37 Price, Evan 66.6 3.51 72 / 3.72
39 O’Brien, Matt 68.2 3.46 73 / 3.9
40 Smith, Jake 62.4 3.66 70 / 3.94
41 Krier, Jace 64 3.57 67 / 3.66
42 Peterman, Cash 65.4 3.51 65 / 3.84
T43 Mayers, John 60.6 3.71 69 / 3.9
T43 Thompson, Trevor 68.4 3.31 76 / 3.5
45 Delgado, Josh 70 3.26 77 / 3.47
46 Ieyoub, Adam 70.4 3.2 74 / 3.34
47 Bader, Cade 66.2 3.43 73 / 3.78
T48 Morrell, Jack 61.4 3.61 68 / 4.03
T48 Malhi, Armaan 65 3.49 74 / 3.75
T50 Lopez, Alejandro 58.4 3.66 64 / 3.82
T50 Veach, Jake 65.6 3.4 73 / 3.82
52 Brust, Matthew 62.6 3.53 71 / 3.65
T53 Hanna, Cole 65.4 3.32 72 / 3.65
T53 Harrison, Seth 67.6 3.23 71 / 3.4
55 Ballines, Abdeil 56.6 3.64 57 / 3.75
56 Blaser, Greg 60.6 3.54 67 / 3.72
T57 Fellenzer, Eric 63.4 3.43 67 / 3.78
T57 Haggard, Jake 65.4 3.28 67 / 3.54
59 Gentner, Trevor 62 3.48 73 / 3.53
60 Roberts, Kaeden 54.2 3.61 60 / 4.09
61 Bobak, Michael 63.6 3.3 70 / 3.56
62 Alvarez, Christian 58.2 3.53 61 / 4.2
63 Monkman, Ryan 56.2 3.55 57 / 3.69
64 Wood, Chris 63.6 3.19 64 / 3.62
65 Rainey, Jacob 63.4 3.16 67 / 3.22
T66 Almer, Caden 56.6 3.48 58 / 3.53
T66 Winkel, Taiten 59.2 3.42 60 / 3.71
68 Loera, Antonio 60.2 3.31 64 / 3.47
69 Meader, Mark 59.6 3.31 62 / 3.66
70 Cassidy, Drew 62.6 3.14 65 / 3.56
71 Mulreed, Aidan 63.2 2.97 65 / 3.69
72 Dezelich, Milan 59.8 3.26 66 / 3.57
73 Ramirez, Juan 53.6 3.46 67 / 3.71
74 Moses, Hayden 53.2 3.44 55 / 3.56
75 Gilbert, Drew 60.6 3.08 61 / 3.22
76 Pliesies, Matthew 56 3.27 62 / 3.22
T77 Bowers, Logan 53.2 3.31 53 / 3.41
T77 Brown, Robert 60.8 2.89 65 / 3.6
T77 Porzenski, Bryson 61.8 2.79 71 / 3.65
T80 Weires, Collin 52.2 3.39 61 / 3.5
T80 Vernon, Kyler 52.4 3.38 55 / 3.63
T80 Lindquist, Jonathan 56.8 3.16 72 / 3.63
T80 Rojas, Xavier 59 3.06 67 / 3.19
T84 Hilliard, Peiyton 58 3.14 61 / 3.43
T84 Piwniczka, Zack 59.4 2.95 72 / 3.71
86 Brooks, Jackson 58.2 2.93 60 / 3.47
87 Survillas, Zach 50 3.24 52 / 3.66
88 Wolf, Jacob 55.2 2.93 62 / 3.19
89 Freibert, Christopher 53.8 2.99 64 / 3.81
90 Calvert, Conor 55 2.87 60 / 3.53
91 Krause, Adam 55 2.67 74 / 3.65
92 Rusch, Anthony 53 2.92 61 / 3.78
93 Byus, Drew 53 2.83 52 / 3.62
94 Voboril, Quinn 48.2 2.8 58 / 3.25
Class of 2017 / Junior College / Transfers
Place Name Distance Avg. Hang Time Avg. Best 1 Ball
1 Akubuo-Onwuemeka, Prominence 68.6 3.86 80 / 3.58
2 Arango, Santiago 69 3.58 73 / 3.7
3 Rodriguez, Andrew 72 3.48 80 / 3.5
4 Vicente, Gabriel 73.4 3.23 81 / 3.64
5 Alibegic, Nino 60.4 3.49 66 / 3.5
T6 Akubuo-Onwuemeka, KC 66.2 3.41 73 / 3.15
T6 Garcia, Daniel 68.6 3.24 71 / 3.5
8 Rodriguez, Paul 59.6 3.27 59 / 3.59
T9 Babcock, Kyle 57.8 3.07 60 / 3.37
T9 Klucewich-Curtis, Joseph 58 3.06 63 / 3.47

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