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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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 Invitees Announced

Congratulations to the following 40 Kickers/Punters who have been selected to attend the TOP 12 CAMP.

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)

5 Wild Cards will be chosen to join these specialists in the coming weeks.

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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2017 TOP 12 Camp Invitees!

Announcing the first 20 Kickers/Punters that have earned an invitation to the prestigious TOP 12 Camp!
*Listed in alphabetical order

Anthony Mosharrafa (2018, AZ)

 

 

 

 

 

Ajay Culhane (2018, CA)

 

 

 

 

 

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)

 

 

 

 

 

Issac Power (2018, CO)

 

 

 

 

 

Jake Camarda (2018, GA)

 

 

 

 

 

Jonah Lipel (2018, CA)

 

 

 

 

 

Massimo Biscardi (2018, PA)

 

 

 

 

 

Matthew Brust (2018, FL)

 

 

 

 

 

Matthew Jaeger (2018, MN)

 

 

 

 

 

Nicholas Sciba (2018, SC)

 

 

 

 

 

Quentin Wallace (2018, IL)

 

 

 

 

 

Introducing the new TOP 12 Camp format.  This year 40-45 specialists will be invited to attend the TOP 12 Camp that will take place this summer.  20 Kickers/Punters will be selected in January at Vegas XXIX and 20 additional Kickers/Punters will be selected in May at Vegas 30.  Chris Sailer reserves the right to select 5 additional wild card Kickers/Punters at any point throughout the year.  These 40-45 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.

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Chris Sailer Kicking, Vegas XXIX Competition Champions

Vegas XXIX – January 14-15, 2017

Camp Champions / Finals Round Results

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Kicking – Evan McPherson (2018, AL)

Punting – Jake Camarda (2018, GA)

*Evan & Jake 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) – Camden Lewis (2019, NC)
Group 2 (Class of 2018) – Matthew Brust (2018, FL) & Massimo Biscardi (2018, PA)
Group 4 (Class of 2018) – Evan McPherson (2018, AL)
Group 5 (Class of 2017, Junior College & Transfers) – Lorran Fonseca (JC, CA)

Punt Champions (Punters Only)

Consistency – Gavin Scully (JC, CA)
Last Man Standing – Matt Bazarevitsch (2017, CA)
Head to Head – Jack Brooks (TR, Australia)

Sunday Charting Results

Field Goal Champions:

Class of 2020: Holt Cloninger (NC) & JJ Wadas (IL)

Class of 2019: Carson Garrett (TX) & Brandon Petruescu (CA)

Class of 2018: Cody Williams (CA) & Quentin Wallace (IL)

Class of 2017/JC: Santiago Arango (CA) & Matt Hellen (IL)

 

Kickoff Champions:

Class of 2020: Brock Travelstead (GA)

Class of 2019: Chris Van Eekeran (IN)

Class of 2018: Evan McPherson (AL)

Class of 2017/JC: Daniel Gutierrez (CA) & Lorran Fonseca (CA)

 

Punt Champions:

Class of 2020: Holt Cloninger (NC) & Ethan DeLisle (UT)

Class of 2019: Chris Van Eekeran (IN) & Gavin Wale (NV)

Class of 2018: BT Potter (SC)

Class of 2017/JC: Daniel Gutierrez (CA) & Taylor Goettie (GA)

 

Sunday Finals Round Results

 

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

Round 1

Dylan Williams (CA) defeats Anthony Mosharrafa (AZ)

Brandon Petruescu (CA) defeats Carson Garrett (TX)

Keegan Weekley (TN) defeats Ashton Garner (MS)

Matthew Brust (FL) defeats Daniel Gutierrez  (CA)

 

Round 2

Quentin Wallace (IL) defeats Dylan Williams (CA)

Zach Sterr (NJ) defeats Micah Mizo (HI)

Santiago Arango (CA) defeats Brandon Petruescu (CA)

Matthew Hellen (IL) defeats Jake Smith (TX)

Cody Williams (CA) defeats Keegan Weekley (TN)

Evan McPherson (AL) defeats Blake Mazza (TX)

Matthew Brust (FL) defeats Holden Remme (CA)

Isaac Power (CO) defeats Jake Rittman (KS)

 

Round 3

Zach Sterr (NJ) defeats defeats Quentin Wallace (IL)

Matthew Hellen (IL) defeats Santiago Arango (CA)

Evan McPherson (AL) defeats Keegan Weekley (TN)

Matthew Brust (FL) defeats Isaac Power (CO)

 

Round 4

Zach Sterr (NJ) defeats Matthew Hellen (IL)

Evan McPherson (AL) defeats Matthew Brust (FL)

 

Finals

Evan McPherson (AL) defeats Zach Sterr (NJ)

 

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

 

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

 

Class of 2019: Gavin Wale (NV).

 

Class of 2018: Massimo Biscardi (PA), Dylan Brady (CA), Jake Camarda (GA), Landon Carter (TN), Drew Cassidy (OH), Chris Dunn (NC), Jake Haggard (CA), Preston Pitt (UT), Evan McPherson (AL), Anthony Mosharrafa (AZ), Bryson Porzenski (NC), BT Potter (SC), Isaac Power (CO), JP Rybus (CA), Clayton Stewart (TX), Nicholas Sciba (SC), George Triplett (WV).

 

Class of 2017: Matt Bazarevitsch (CA), Kane Bowen (CA), Bryan Clements (CA), Jack Geiger (CA), Taylor Goettie (GA), Daniel Gutierrez (CA), Jake Lane (AL), Tommy Martin (VA), Brian Papazian (CA), Bryce Webb (KY), Trevor Bowens (CA).

 

Junior College / Transfer: DJ Arnson (AZ), Cooper Garcia (CA), Gavin Scully (CA), Sean Young (FL), Jack Brooks (Australia).

 

Head to Head competition narrowed the field down to 16

 

Round of 16:

Jake Camarda (GA) defeats Jake Lane (AL)

Jack Geiger (CA) defeats Trevor Bowens (CA)

Isaac Power (CO) defeats Sean Young (FL)

Evan McPherson (AL) defeats Taylor Goettie (GA)

Bryan Clements (CA) defeats Gavin Scully (CA)

Jack Brooks (Australia) defeats Kane Bowen (CA)

DJ Arnson (AZ) defeats Massimo Biscardi (PA)

Tommy Martin (VA) defeats Chris Dunn (NC)

 

Quarterfinals:

Jack Geiger (CA) defeats Jack Geiger (CA)

Isaac Power (CO) defeats Evan McPherson (AL)

Bryan Clements (CA) defeats Jack Brooks (Australia)

Tommy Martin (VA) defeats DJ Arnson (AZ)

 

Semifinals:

Jake Camarda (GA) defeats Isaac Power (CO)

Tommy Martin (VA) defeats DJ Arnson (AZ)

 

Finals:

Jake Camarda (GA) defeats Tommy Martin (VA)

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Chris Sailer Kicking, Vegas XXIX Punt Results

Chris Sailer Kicking – Vegas XXIX 
January 14-15, 2017
Punt Results
         
Class of 2020/2021/2022
Place Name Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
T1 Cloninger, Holt 30 3.74 35 / 4.41
T1 DeLisle, Ethan 34 3.37 40 / 3.78
3 D’Aquila, Ben 32.5 3.38 40 / 3.85
4 Stephenson, Sam 28.9 3.41 35 / 4.16
5 Fedor, Dillon 29.6 3.26 36 / 3.50
6 Alvarez, George 25.9 3.68 30 / 4.00
T7 Fetters, WIlliam 28.8 2.91 35 / 3.25
T7 Olsen, Hayden 28.5 3.09 30 / 3.44
T9 Hausserman, Jacob 19.8 3.58 25 / 4.30
T9 Travelstead, Brock 27.5 2.89 30 / 3.28
T9 Wadas, JJ 22.8 3.57 30 / 3.87
12 Farrell, Casey 28.9 2.57 35 / 2.87
13 Money, Brett 22.9 3.27 30 / 3.37
14 Awaida, Adam 27 2.71 30 / 3.60
T15 Galluccio, Mitchell 23.5 2.76 25 / 3.34
T15 Maretzki, Quinn 24.8 2.72 28 / 3.53
T17 Buder-Nakasone, Treyden 24.9 2.61 35 / 3.20
T17 Correa, Christopher 26.4 2.3 32 / 3.20
Class of 2019
Place Name Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
T1 Wale, Gavin 35.8 4.08 45 / 4.53
T1 Van Eekeren, Chris 38.5 3.82 50 / 4.00
3 Turner, JT 41.4 3.57 50 / 3.70
4 Hoffman, Matthew 34 3.98 38 / 4.29
5 Martin, Jimmie 34.3 3.68 40 / 4.00
6 Kempton, Asa 37.5 3.49 50 / 3.87
7 Stricker, Jason 35.5 3.54 43 / 3.80
8 Law, Bryce 33 3.63 40 / 4.00
9 Romenick, Kyle 34 3.42 45 / 4.20
10 Nation, Cale 29.5 3.68 33 / 4.06
11 Schroeder, Cole 31.3 3.48 39 / 3.43
12 Bein, Charles 30.6 3.42 37 / 4.12
13 Plaster, Josh 28.3 3.59 30 / 4.15
14 Sanborn, Ryan 34.5 3.08 41 / 4.09
15 Abbes, Christopher 31.9 3.17 34 / 4.10
16 Oswald, Jack 29 3.38 34 / 4.00
17 McCoy, Josh 30.1 3.28 34 / 3.65
18 Eisenkraft, David 33.1 3.04 40 / 3.28
19 Boschetti, Nico 24.5 3.57 35 / 4.20
20 Molique, Mason 27.9 3.41 33 / 4.00
21 Yanni, Peter 28.8 3.31 40 / 3.75
22 Hoban, Zach 32.5 3.01 46 / 3.75
23 Vives, Basilio 27 3.4 35 / 3.63
24 Crosa, Griffin 24.5 3.46 30 / 4.13
T25 Schroeder, Ethan 27.4 3.35 30 / 3.88
T25 Johnson, Cole 28.6 3.21 35 / 3.66
27 Lewis, Camden 30.1 3.07 35 / 3.84
28 Vartanian, Christopher 26.3 3.23 35 / 3.53
29 Horn, Timothy 31.1 2.84 40 / 3.50
30 Garrett, Carson 30.3 2.86 36 / 3.25
31 Tom-Makue, Anthony 23.4 3.35 30 / 3.97
T32 Petruescu, Brandon 26.3 3.14 38 / 3.25
T32 Fowble, Luke 28.3 3.01 32 / 3.28
T32 White, Jason 29.4 2.9 31 / 3.44
35 Hier, Keaton 28.4 2.99 30 / 3.69
36 Richardson, Taylor 20.9 3.38 33 / 3.95
37 Baller, Cameron 24.1 3.16 28 / 4.10
38 Garelik, Joshua 24.4 3.14 35 / 3.50
39 Dick, James 26.6 2.91 35 / 3.19
40 Jaridly, Ramzee 25.3 2.93 28 / 3.13
41 Ward, Thomas 21.4 3.02 30 / 3.50
42 Napuunoa, Garyn 23.3 2.84 25 / 3.50
T43 Ross, Grant 18.9 2.9 25 / 2.75
T43 Sharafatian, Cameron 22.3 2.84 27 / 3.53
45 Cummins, Griffin 22.6 2.7 30 / 32.5
46 Robertson, Trevor 22.6 2.66 28 / 3.50
Class of 2018
Place Name Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Potter, BT 45 4.13 55 / 4.30
2 Porzenski, Bryson 40.9 4.1 45 / 4.31
3 Pitt, Preston 44.8 3.88 60 / 4.20
4 Stewart, Clayton 44.1 3.84 55 / 4.3
5 Camarda, Jake 41.5 3.87 46 / 4.20
6 Sciba, Nicholas 38.8 3.92 45 / 4.56
T7 Smith, Justin 37.9 4.06 40 / 4.5
T7 Dunn, Chris 38.4 3.96 44 / 4.80
9 Schoonover, Clark 38.8 3.85 43 / 4.25
10 Cassidy, Drew 40.3 3.8 47 / 4.00
T11 McPherson, Evan 39.8 3.8 52 / 4.50
T11 Triplett, George 43.3 3.7 46 / 4.4
13 Rusch, Anthony 43.6 3.63 50 / 4.1
T14 Talley, Cole 40.5 3.66 52 / 4.10
T14 March, Jared 40.6 3.64 43 / 4.09
16 Wise, Camden 42 3.61 49 / 3.80
17 Haggard, Jake 35 3.88 40 / 4.50
T18 Fukuroda, Tyler 36.5 3.76 42 / 4.22
T18 Power, Isaac 45.4 3.44 51 / 4.2
T20 Shelbred, Perry 34.1 3.98 40 / 3.97
T20 Brady, Dylan 38.4 3.62 42 / 4.15
T22 Carter, Landon 36.5 3.71 38 / 4.50
T22 Hanna, Cole 36.5 3.71 45 / 4.19
24 Krause, Adam 34.5 3.74 45 / 4.20
25 Rittman, Jake 37 3.55 38 / 4.06
26 Smelcer, Trey 33 3.93 41 / 4.56
T27 Creed, Cody 36.8 3.55 42 / 3.50
T27 Sterr, Zach 39.6 3.42 50 / 3.8
29 Schorr, Dylan 37.3 3.49 40 / 4.06
30 Sears, Aaron 33.8 3.74 45 / 4.12
31 Mosharrafa, Anthony 37 3.43 42 / 4.16
32 Culhane, Ajay 32.6 3.85 40 / 4.25
T33 King, Carson 31 4.07 44 / 4.22
T33 Caves, Ryan 34.5 3.59 50 / 4.28
T33 Narveson, Brayden 37.5 3.39 46 / 4.10
36 Biscardi, Massimo 33.6 3.63 45 / 4.13
37 Kooiker, Holden 36.5 3.38 45 / 3.97
T38 Kaspar, Karch 31.4 3.81 39 / 3.90
T38 Bobak, Michael 32.3 3.75 42 / 4.13
T38 Rice, Javan 33.3 3.6 35 / 3.84
T41 Rybus, JP 33.9 3.5 37 / 3.95
T41 Smith, Jake 37.6 3.34 46 / 3.87
43 Geddes, Campbell 33 3.61 40 / 4.31
T44 Braught, Grant 32.9 3.62 41 / 3.84
T44 Costello, Gavin 33.5 3.53 37 / 4.13
T46 Hayes, Jake 33.3 3.5 44 / 3.60
T46 Kessler, Chris 36.6 3.35 41 / 3.72
T46 Kiefer, Koby 38.6 3.21 50 / 3.80
T49 Lipel, Jonah 34.5 3.38 42 / 4.06
T49 King, Charles 35 3.37 41 / 3.75
T51 Wood, Chris 29.3 3.82 32 / 4.30
T51 Meeks, Jacob 30 3.75 35 / 3.69
53 Fellenzer, Eric 32.9 3.5 47 / 4.20
54 Veach, Jake 34.3 3.37 36 / 3.43
55 Henderson, Sean 34.1 3.37 40 / 3.66
56 Freibert, Christopher 32.9 3.46 39 / 4.40
57 Likens, Jackson 33.3 3.38 40 / 3.90
58 Price, Evan 40.8 2.9 43 / 3.21
59 Jaeger, Matthew 36.6 3.15 45 / 4.00
60 Mulreed, Aidan 35.5 3.19 38 / 3.72
T61 Flintoft, Collin 32.9 3.38 45 / 4.52
T61 Hardy, Alex 35.4 3.19 45 / 4.10
63 Piwniczka, Zach 32.6 3.39 48 / 3.72
64 Williams, Dylan 35.8 3.14 40 / 3.91
65 Brooks, Jackson 30 3.5 32 / 3.69
66 Campbell, Charles 34.3 3.2 46 / 4.00
67 Pariseau, Michael 31.5 3.41 35 / 3.89
68 Weires, Collin 31.4 3.41 35 / 3.72
69 Cooney, Michael 30.1 3.47 36 / 3.70
70 Williams, Cody 28.3 3.6 45 / 4.00
71 Malsch, Hunter 31.3 3.38 35 / 3.40
T72 Smith, Joshua 29.8 3.42 44 / 3.5
T72 Gentner, Trevor 34.8 3.03 51 / 3.70
74 Karam, Victor 32 3.34 40 / 4.10
75 Rainey, Jacob 33.3 3.12 35 / 3.50
76 Heinrich, Matthew 33.1 3.1 40 / 4.00
77 Trujillo, Jonathan 33.6 2.92 38 / 3.47
78 Bader, Cade 28.8 3.37 32 / 4.09
T79 Morrell, Jack 29.6 3.31 45 / 4.00
T79 Monkman, Ryan 30.6 3.21 43 / 3.80
81 Sheidow, Campbell 31 3.2 34 / 3.31
82 Cole, Nicholas 29 3.33 35 / 3.56
83 Fineran, Mitchell 33 2.92 43 / 3.50
84 Taylor, McKay 32.4 3.05 40 / 3.41
85 Brady, Con 29.4 3.21 34 / 3.88
86 Silverstein, Joshua 31.8 3.06 37 / 3.44
87 Calver, Jacob 28.6 3.28 35 / 3.50
88 Weekley, Keegan 26.8 3.28 31 / 4.20
89 Garner, Ashton 28.9 3.16 36 / 3.30
T90 Byus, Drew 27.5 3.24 28 / 3.62
T90 Cutler, Nathen 29.3 3.14 40 / 3.84
92 Staurovski, Dalton 30.4 3.01 32 / 3.18
93 Jones, Bryce 23.3 3.25 35 / 3.81
94 Holous, Jacob 23.1 3.24 26 / 3.70
95 Brody, Brandon 29 2.98 35 / 4.10
96 Moses, Hayden 17.8 3.15 25 / 3.40
T97 Ruiz, Stephen 26.1 3.08 40 / 3.37
T97 Faulkner, Bentley 28.6 2.96 40 / 3.59
99 Dukes, Andrew 28 3.01 36 / 3.70
100 Lindquist, Jonathan 28.1 2.93 28 / 3.80
101 Remme, Holden 28.8 2.78 41 / 3.00
102 Lerner, James 25.5 2.89 31 / 2.94
103 Goldy, Will 24.5 2.81 35 / 3.22
Class of 2017/Junior College
Place Name Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
T1 Gutierrez, Daniel 46.9 4.02 53 / 4.3
T1 Goettie, Taylor 56 3.94 58 / 4.46
3 Arnson, DJ 43.8 4.13 51 / 4.75
4 Clements, Bryan 43.9 3.9 57 / 4.62
T5 Lane, Jake 44.3 3.85 48 / 4.40
T5 White, Hunter 43.8 3.89 45 / 4.27
T5 Geiger, Jack 40.3 4.01 49 / 4.40
8 Brooks, Jack 42.1 3.92 50 / 4.15
9 Bowen, Kane 44 3.83 51 / 4.59
10 Webb, Bryce 38 4.09 51 / 4.27
11 Bowens, Trevor 38.4 3.99 44 / 4.37
12 Carcamo, Tanner 40.3 3.79 58 / 4.72
13 Fonseca, Lorran 37.6 3.9 45 / 4.44
14 King, Liam 42.4 3.68 44 / 4.09
15 Norwood, Jefferson 37.6 3.89 45 / 4.25
16 Andrew, Elton 40.1 3.74 46 / 3.81
17 Scully, Gavin 34.6 3.93 39 / 4.62
18 Usry, Alex 40.8 3.6 45 / 3.97
19 Maruyama, Kealii 38.8 3.64 50 / 4.02
20 Akubuo-Onweumeka, Prominence 40.5 3.57 49 / 3.94
T21 Martin, Tommy 37.5 3.69 38 / 4.50
T21 Cavallucci, Max 35.1 3.82 42 / 4.25
23 Hallman, Alec 43.8 3.5 55 / 4.00
24 Bazarevitsch, Matthew 39.5 3.57 46 / 4.31
T25 Sentkowski, Kyle 38.6 3.58 45 / 4.21
T25 Papazian, Brian 34.1 3.79 37 / 4.13
27 Hovsepian, Clyde 36.5 3.63 46 / 3.63
T28 Kharchenko, Mark 38.9 3.53 46 / 4.00
T28 Leisle, Michael 37.5 3.6 41 / 4.28
T28 Gallegos, Joe 34.1 3.72 36 / 4.43
31 Perez, Jose 37.6 3.52 44 / 4.13
32 Mendez, Miguel 32.9 3.68 40 / 4.00
33 Betz, Brayden 31.5 3.85 39 / 4.53
34 Longhetto, Dario 32.3 3.72 33 / 4.30
35 Hunt, Tyler 36.3 3.51 40 / 4.20
36 Mazza, Blake 35.9 3.51 40 / 4.31
T37 McCartney, Grant 40.3 3.25 55 / 4.08
T37 Garcia, Cooper 32.8 3.61 41 / 4.50
39 Schrag, Alex 32.8 3.6 35 / 4.85
40 Mizo, Micah 28.6 3.89 38 / 3.76
41 Leonzo, Manuel 33 3.52 40 / 4.03
42 Young, Sean 34.3 3.44 34 / 4.07
43 Miller, Trey 31.4 3.63 35 / 4.16
44 Weidlein, Matthew 30.9 3.65 40 / 4.13
45 Kukahiko, Kalani 32.6 3.51 40 / 4.30
46 Continente, Kyle 34.8 3.27 42 / 3.69
T47 Aros, Aaron 34 3.28 40 / 3.60
T47 Ray, Hayden 33.5 3.3 44 / 4.09
49 Zolferino, Torre 36.4 3.14 45 / 3.66
50 Engel, Derrik 32.8 3.29 43 / 4.03
51 Eglin, Grady 32.4 3.32 40 / 3.82
T52 Eggeman, Clay 32.8 3.27 36 / 3.47
T52 Grothaus, Parker 31.9 3.37 36 / 3.80
T52 Armstrong, Logan 31.4 3.48 42 / 3.50
55 Johnson, Chandler 29 3.55 30 / 4.19
56 Garcia, Daniel 32.9 3.24 38 / 4.46
57 Barron-Rodriguez, Cesar 16.8 3.56 27 / 3.71
58 Padilla, Evan 31 3.38 40 / 3.80
59 Curtis, Joey 33.9 2.85 40 / 3.25
60 Meyer, Tristan 31.4 3.28 30 / 3.69
61 Testa, William 30.3 3.34 35 / 3.89
62 Todd, Gavin 31.9 3.25 36 / 3.50
63 Hellen, Matthew 28.6 3.46 35 / 3.91
64 Cardillo, Jack 31.9 3.2 35 / 4.00
T65 Uhler, Brian 32 3.1 35 / 3.52
T65 Keasler, Hogan 30.1 3.28 33 / 3.81
T67 Grant, Lane 30.3 3.13 28 / 4.00
T67 Goddin, Dallas 27.5 3.27 32 / 3.30
T69 Monaghan, Thomas 30 2.93 42 / 3.40
T69 Jensen, Storm 29.1 3 33 / 3.68

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2016 GA Fall Camp Recap – Vicente Wins It!

The 2016 Chris Sailer Kicking Fall Camp Tour concluded that past weekend with a final stop in Atlanta, GA.  Once again well over 100 specialists were in attendance representing over a dozen states.  The talent at this camp never disappoints.  Many of these athletes will be in the hunt for a TOP 12 spot this coming January in Las Vegas.  Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp Champion
Gabriel Vicente (TR, FL) – The first time Chris Sailer Kicking student put in an impressive first performance, defeating many of the top national kicking prospect for the victory.  He stepped up when it counted the most and won a major field goal competition by nailing 6-7 of field goals in including a long of 54 yards.  He then swept through the semi-finals and finals round without missing a kick.  Gabriel is a talented transfer student who has the talent to challenge at any level.

Field Goal Champion
Jake Lane (2017, AL) – The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student and Event Elite Member had another strong day from start to finish.  Coming off a season where he went 22-26 on field goals and recently being named a Sailer Award Finalist, he stepped up once again.  He went over 80% on the day and showed off his big leg by nailing several 50+ yard field goals.  He was also outstanding on both kickoff and punt.  Jake is ready for the next level.

Kickoff Champion
BT Potter (2018, SC) – BT was quite possibly the most talented kicker at the entire camp.  He is a great athlete with elite leg strength.  BT hit several field goals of 50+ yards off the ground and kicked with nice consistency.  He also dominated kickoffs all day long, winning the competition with a 70 yard, 4.00 second kick in less than perfect conditions.  He is also proving to be a capable punter.  BT is a top national prospect that will challenge for a TOP 12 spot this coming January in Las Vegas.

Punt Champion
Taylor Goettie (2017, GA) – Taylor put on a phenomenal performance from start to finish.  He proved he was easily the best punter at camp and dominated all punting competitions.  He is a great athlete with a big time leg.  He averaged well over 45 yards all day and hit some 60+ yard bombs.  Taylor punts for tremendous distance and shows flashes of great hang time.  He is a gifted recruit that could be a great steal in this recruiting class.  Look for Taylor to turn the heads of college coaches in Vegas.

Best Of The Best – Class of 2017

Alex Usry (GA) – One of the most consistent kickers in the nation.  He has a D1 leg and does his best under pressure.  An experienced and confident young man that is ready for the next level.

Jose Perez (FL) – Talented athlete with D1 talent.  Solid on field goals, big kickoffs & a capable punter.   Will make a fine addition to any college team.

Austin Galbraith (FL ) – Impressed at his first Chris Sailer Kicking camp.  A great athlete with an elite leg. Field goal and kickoffs are his strengths.

Other 2017 Standouts: Dallas Goddin, Jake Ramirez (TR), Keaton Borrelli, Zach Montrief, Ben DiRosa, Matt DiRosa.

Best Of The Best – Class of 2018

Cole Hanna (GA) – Cole is a gifted kicker that kicks with great technique and consistency.  He nearly won both the field goal and kickoff competitions.  He has a bright college future.

Mitchell Fineran (GA) – Mitchell is an excellent prospect.  He hits a pure ball of the ground and drives the ball deep on kickoffs.  Has the tools to challenge the very best.

Trey Smelcer (NC ) – The 6’7” specialist has great potential.  A big, tall, strong athlete that shows flashes of what he is capable as both a kicker and punter.  Watch out Vegas.

Other 2018 Standouts: Michael Ho, Alex Hardy, Bryce Jones, Drew Cassiday, McKay Taylor, Perry Shelbred, Collin Dempster, Josh Smith, Charles King.

Best Of The Best – 2019

Jason Stricker (NC) – Jason continues to impress.  Smooth, accurate and technically sound kicker.  Also developing as a punter.

Anthony Rodriguez (GA) – Anthony is a gifted kicker. He hits a nice ball off the ground on field goal already and drives the ball deep on kickoff.

Other 2019 Standouts: Bernardo Burgos, Nicholas Pope, Ethan Chauvin, Houston Coyle, Jake Skeens.

Best Of The Best – 2020

Brock Travelstead (GA) – Brock is a long time Chris Sailer Kicking student that has all the tools to be a top national prospect in this class.  He has a great leg and kicks with nice technique.

James Williams (GA) – James looks a freshman in a seniors body.  He is a naturally gifted kicker with an exceptional leg for his age.  The future is bright with continued hard work.

Hayden Olsen (GA) – Hayden is another longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student that is well on his way.  Hayden is very accurate and kicks with nice technique and confidence.

Other 2020 Standouts: Tristan Dukes, Nicholas Bodin, Kade Loggins.

Get ready for the big one!  Vegas XXIX is coming up January 13-15, 2017. Over 600 specialists from around the world will converge in Vegas for the World’s premier specialist event.  Some past participants include: Justin Tucker, Dan Bailey, Jeff Locke, Bryan Anger, Cody Parkey, Ryan Succop, Kai Forbath, Blair Walsh, Tress Way, Colton Schmidt, Bradley Pinion, Ryan Allen, Randy Bullock, Bradley Nortman, Chandler Catanzaro, Drew Kaser to name a few. Check this out.  Register at ChrisSailerKicking.com See you there!

Prep Camps for Vegas XXIX will take place in Los Angeles, CA & Dallas, TX on Sunday January 8th. Spots are limited.  Register at ChrisSailerKicking.com

Get ready for Spring 2017! Mark your calendars.

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Top Gun – 2017 U.S. Army & Youth All-Americans

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 14-15, 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, two ninth grade FBU All-American and two 8th grade FBU All-American selections for kickers/punters.  Specialists form all over the United States met up in SC to battle for the honor.  Take a look at the results.

U.S. Army All-Americans
Kickers:

2017 U.S. Army All-American selected by Chris Sailer

U.S. Army All-American selected by Chris Sailer

Brandon Ruiz (AZ) – The #1 ranked kicker in the nation and Alabama commit dominated the field.  His field goals are elite and his kickoffs are ready for SEC ball right now.  He defeated Jonathan Doerer (NC) and Chris Landgrebe (OH) in the finals to earn one of the coveted spots.  Look for Brandon to have a large impact on the game.

Joseph Bulovas (LA) – The #2 ranked kicker in the nation and Georgia Tech commit was on fire from start to finish.  He has 60 yard field goal range and hits his kickoffs deep into the end zone.  Joseph is a tremendous athlete that does extremely well under pressure.  He is well deserving of this honor and will represent the East very well.

Punters:
Tucker Day (TN) – The #1 ranked punter in the nation showed proved why he is deserving of that rank once again.  He easily had the strongest leg of all the punters and hit the biggest ball.  HIs strength and consistency earned him the spot in the end.  He defeated Tommy Martin (VA) in the final by nailing a 60 yard punt with 4.84 second hang time.  Tucker has NFL type talent.

Joseph Doyle (TN) – Tennessee made it a clean sweep at the punting position with Joseph’s phenomenal performance.  He was the most consistent punter over the course of the two days and it paid off in the end.  He average over 40 yards with 4.6 plus hang time.  He also stepped up under pressure and defeated other major D1 prospects.

The U.S. Army All-American Bowl will take place on January 7, 2017 at the Alamo Dome in TX.  The game will air on NBC.

Class of 2018 Top Gun MVP
BT Potter (SC) – Talented athlete with a big time leg.  He dominated most on kickoffs.

Class of 2019 Top Gun Co-MVP’s
Jason Stricker (NC) – Consistent performer that kicks with great technique.

Josh Plaster (TX) – Strong legged young man with a bright future.

YouthhClass of 2020 FBU Youth All-Americans
Dillon Fedor (NV) – Dillon is a special talent.  He did an excellent job over the course of the two days.  Whichever team he lands on will be in good hands.

Parker Hannon (GA) – The longtime FBU and Chris Sailer Kicking specialist came through in the clutch.  He has a great leg for his age and kicks with great consistency.

Class of 2021 FBU Youth All-Americans
Andrew Borregales (FL) – He is an excellent young kicker.  Kicks with great technique and does well under pressure.

Carter Davis (FL) – The longtime FBU and Chris Sailer Kicking specialist earned All-American Honors for the second straight year.  He does an excellent job.

The FBU Youth All-American Bowls will take place at the Alamo Dome in TX.

For more information visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com

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