The 2017 Chris Sailer Kicking College Camp Was Loaded With Talent!

The 2017 Chris Sailer Kicking College Camp took place in Tampa, FL on July 14-16.  The athletes arrived from all over America on Friday and checked into the Renaissance Tampa International Plaza near the airport.  Saturday began with a 3 hour training session, followed by a 2 hour film breakdown session.  Athletes and staff headed to downtown Tampa for an evening of fun and relaxation.  Sunday kicked off with another 3 hour training session before the specialists returned to the hotel to pack up and head back to their colleges.

The weekend offered a great combination of training and comradery.  This camp was absolutely loaded with talent.  Specialists from the SEC, BIG 12, PAC 12, ACC & more were in attendance.  The competition was intense from start to finish.  Take a look at the results.

CHAMPIONS
Day 1: Eddy Pineiro (Kicker) & Michael Carrizosa (Punter)
Day 2: Aidan Schneider (Kicker) & Michael Carrizosa (Punter)

STANDOUT KICKERS
Eddy Pineiro (Florida) – Eddy is an incredible talent that has NFL written all over him.  Look for Eddy to follow up a tremendous freshman year with another strong sophomore campaign.

Tristan Vizcaino (Washington) – Tristan may just be the most talented all around specialist in the nation.  His ability on field goal, kickoff and punt is off the charts.

Garrett Owens (Iowa State) – Garrett is primed for a huge 2017 season.  The transfer from Oregon State has great NFL ability and he is nails mentally.

Aidan Schneider (Oregon) – Aidan has put together one of the strongest field goals percentages in the history of college football over the past 3 seasons.  Expect greatness this season.

Blanton Creque (Louisville) – Blanton is as smooth and accurate as they come.  He hits a pure ball and has excellent range.  Blanton should be in the Lou Groza Award conversation by seasons end.

Andrew Gantz (Cincinnati) – Andrew is one of the best kicker in the nation.  Very smooth kicker that dominates under pressure.  Andrew should challenge the best in 2017.

Jack Gonsoulin (LSU) – Jack is a big time talent.  He hits an NFL level ball and does well under pressure.  Look for Jack to make some noise at LSU this year.

Cole Murphy (Syracuse) – Cole continues to make big strides.  He has great ability on both field goal and kickoff.  Look for Cole to have a big season this Fall.

Cole Tracy (Assumption) – Cole has proven himself during the season (7 FG’s in one game… twice) and proved himself once again at this camp against the big name college guys.  He is simply a great kicker.

Lorran Fonseca (Nichols State) – Lorran can kick with the best of them.  He hits a big time ball on both field goal and kickoff.  Look for Lorran to dominate this coming season.

Liam Jones (Kansas), Andrew Strauch (UCLA), Jaime Medina (Sacramento State), Kevin Robledo (SMU), Jeffrey Chan (Syracuse), Zach Mays (Cornell), Diego Marquez (Miami), Cole Smith (Cincinnati), Jake Lane (Jacksonville State), Jose Perez (Incarnate Word), Parker Grothaus (Incarnate Word), Jefferson Norwood (Lenoir Rhyne).

STANDOUT PUNTERS
Michael Carrizosa (San Jose State) – Michael is the real deal.  The former Ray Guy Award Finalist has the NFL in his sights.  He absolutely hammers the ball and punts with great consistency.

Shane Tripucka (Texas A&M) – Shane is a fantastic SEC punter.  He had a great 2016 and shows all the signs of building on that in 2017.  He has NFL ability.

Jacob De Maio (Weber State) – Jacob is a great punting talent.  He is big, tall and very strong.  He was excellent in 2016 and should be even better in 2017.

DJ Arnson (Northern Arizona), Taylor Cornish (Missouri Southern State).

The 2017 is a few months away.  Expect greatness from Chris Sailer Kicking specialists.  For more information visit ChrisSailerKicking.com

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Week 11 College Players of the Week, Gary Wunderlich and J.K. Scott Honored!

Each week Chris Sailer Kicking will select College Players of the Week based off of performances from that week only.  Players selected are students of Chris Sailer Kicking and must have attended Chris Sailer Kicking camps or lessons.

Chris Sailer Kicking College Players of the Week:

Kicker:
Week 11: Gary Wunderlich (Mississippi) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 39) 2-2 Extra Points, Game Winning 39 Yard Field Goal to beat Texas A&M.
Week 10: Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia) 4-4 Field Goals (Long 49) 1-1 Extra Points, Game Winning 25 Yard Field Goal to beat Kentucky.
Week 9: Aidan Schneider (Oregon) 4-5 Field Goals (Long 37) 6-6 Extra Points
Week 8: Austin MacGinnis (Kentucky) 4-5 Field Goals (Long 51) 2-2 Extra Points, Game Winning 51 Yard Field Goal to beat Mississippi State.
Week 7: Andrew Endicott (Wisconsin) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 46) 2-2 Extra Points
Week 6: Josh Williams (SMU) 4-4 Field Goals (Long 44), 4-4 Extra Points
Week 5: Tyler Davis (Penn State) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 40), 2-2 Extra Points
Week 4: Andrew DiRocco (Tulane) 4-4 Field Goals (Long 48), 3-3 Extra Points
Week 3: Daniel LaCamera (Texas A&M) 5-5 Field Goals (Long 46), 2-2 Extra Points
Week 2: Jonathan Barnes (Louisiana Tech) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 47), 6-6 Extra Points
Week 1: Rafael Gaglianone (Wisconsin) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 48), 1-1 Extra Points, Game Winning 48 Yard Field Goal to upset LSU.

Punter:
Week 11: J.K. Scott (Alabama) 51.3 Yard Punt Average on 3 Punts (Long 62)
Week 10: Corey Bojorquez (New Mexico) 52.8 Yard Punt Average on 4 Punts (Long 66)
Week 9: Corey Fatony (Missouri) 46.0 Yard Punt Average on 9 Punts (Long 60)
Week 8: Jake Bailey (Stanford) 50.6 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 61)
Week 7: Sean Wale (Boise State) 52.5 Yard Punt Average on 4 Punts (Long 58)
Week 6: J.K. Scott (Alabama) 51.5 Yard Punt Average on 4 Punts (Long 63)
Week 5: Michael Carrizosa (San Jose St) 55.5 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 64)
Week 4: Dylan Klumph (CAL) – 49.6 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 60)
Week 3: Michael Carrizosa (San Jose St) – 50.2 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 58)
Week 2: Logan Cooke (Mississippi St) – 49.5 Yard Punt Average on 4 Punts (Long 68)
Week 1: Shane Tripucka (Texas A&M) – 47.3 Yard Punt Average on 7 Punts (Long 59)

50+Yard Field Goals:
Week 11: Eddy Pineiro (Florida) 54, Kenny Allen (Michigan)
Week 10: Conrad Ukropina (Stanford) 52
Week 9: Michael Geiger (Michigan State) 52
Week 8: Austin MacGinnis (Kentucky) 51
Week 7: Eddy Pineiro (Florida) 53, Cole Murphy (Syracuse) 51
Week 6: Jonathan Barnes (Louisana Tech) 54, John Barron II (San Diego State) 50
Week 5: Davis Price (Colorado) 54
Week 4: None
Week 3: None
Week 2: Eddy Pineiro (Florida) 54
Week 1: Elliott Fry (South Carolina) 55, Conrad Ukropina (Stanford) 50

Lou Groza Award Stars of the Week (3 Chosen Each Week):
Week 11: Gary Wunderlich (Mississippi), John Barron II (San Diego State)
Week 10: Gary Wunderlich (Mississippi)
Week 9: Not yet announced
Week 8: Austin MacGinnis (Kentucky), Matt Anderson (CAL)
Week 7: None
Week 6: None
Week 5: Tyler Davis (Penn State), Rhett Almond (BYU)
Week 4: Andrew DiRocco (Tulane)
Week 3: Daniel LaCamera (Texas A&M)
Week 2: Parker Davidson (New Mexico State)
Week 1: Rafael Gaglianone (Wisconsin), Ty Cummings (Houston)

Stay tuned as each week, Chris Sailer Kicking will update you on Chris Sailer Kicking in College Football!

Check out former Chris Sailer Kicking Kickers that have won the Lou Groza Award!

J.K. Scott, Alabama

J.K. Scott, Alabama

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Week 2 College Players of the Week, Jonathan Barnes and Logan Cooke Honored!

Each week Chris Sailer Kicking will select College Players of the Week based off of performances from that week only.  Players selected are students of Chris Sailer Kicking and must have attended Chris Sailer Kicking camps or lessons.

Chris Sailer Kicking College Players of the Week:

Kicker:
Week 2: Jonathan Barnes (Louisiana Tech) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 47), 6 for 6 Extra Points
Week 1: Rafael Gaglianone (Wisconsin) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 48), 1 for 1 Extra Points, Game Winning 48 Yard Field Goal to upset LSU.

Punter:
Week 2: Logan Cooke (Mississippi State) – 49.5 Yard Punt Average on 4 Punts (Long 68)
Week 1: Shane Tripucka (Texas A&M) – 47.3 Yard Punt Average on 7 Punts (Long 59)

50+Yard Field Goals:
Week 2: Eddy Pineiro (Florida) 54
Week 1: Elliott Fry (South Carolina) 55, Conrad Ukropina (Stanford) 50

Lou Groza Stars of the Week (3 Chosen Each Week):
Week 2: Parker Davidson (New Mexico State)
Week 1: Rafael Gaglianone (Wisconsin), Ty Cummings (Houston)

Stay tuned as each week, Chris Sailer Kicking will update you on Chris Sailer Kicking in College Football!

Eddy Pineiro (Florida) his a 54 yard FG this week!

Eddy Pineiro (Florida) hit a 54 yard FG this week!

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2016 Chris Sailer Kicking IMG College Camp Recap

Chris Sailer Kicking - College Camp at the IMG Academy in Florida

Chris Sailer Kicking – College Camp at the IMG Academy in Florida

Chris Sailer Kicking kicked off the week at the prestigious IMG Academy in FL with the College Camp for 4-Year College Players.  Many of the nation’s best including specialists from the SEC, PAC 12, ACC, BIG 12 Conferences and many more were in attendance to learn and compete with and from the best.  The group included a 2015 Ray Guy Award Finalist, several 2015 Lou Groza Award Semi-Finalists, several 2016 preseason Ray Guy Award Watch List Members & several 2016 Lou Groza Award preseason Watch List Members.  Take a look at the impressive results.

Field Goal Champion: Garrett Owens (Oregon State) – Garrett has been a Chris Sailer Kicking student for 7 years now.  He has had great success at Oregon State and enters his junior year as one to watch.  He has an NFL leg and outstanding long term potential.  Field goals are outstanding.  He is a competitor that kicks with huge confidence.  His kickoffs are also elite.  Expect big things.  Garrett has the tools to earn All PAC 12 honors this coming season.

Runner Up: Eddy Pineiro (Florida) – Eddy has as much potential as anyone in the nation entering the 2016 season.  He has perhaps the quickest leg that I have seen in my 16 years of coaching specialists.  Although he has never kicked in a college game, the expectations are high.  I have a strong feeling he will live up to the hype.  He has 60 plus yard field goal range (with no wind) and drills kickoffs 75 plus yards (with no wind) with ease.  He is ready!

Kickoff Champion: Tristan Vizcaino (Washington) – Talent like this does not come along often.  He has one of the strongest legs in all of college football, if not the strongest.  He also has NFL potential as both a kicker and punter.  He won the kickoff competition by nailing a 96 yard, 4.21 second hang time kickoff (moderately wind aided).  He hit several kickoffs out of the endzone with over 4.40 second plus hang time. He has huge range on field goals and gets elite height on his ball.  He also smashes punts with great consistency.  He hit several balls well over 55 yards with 5.00 second hang times.  The long time Chris Sailer Kicking student will be a real force in the PAC 12 this coming season.

Runner Up: Elliott Fry (South Carolina) – Elliott enters his senior year as one of the top NFL prospects in the nation.  He has had a great college career to date and looks to dominate the SEC once again.  He has worked with Chris Sailer Kicking now for 6 years and it shows in his confidence.  He has great range on field goals and gets outstanding height on his ball.  His kickoffs are elite and ready to compete at the NFL level.  Elliott should wrap up his college career this upcoming season with great success.

Punt Champion: Colby Wadman (UC Davis) – Colby has now won this competition back-to-back years.  The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student defeated several highly touted punters for the championship once again.  He has a big time leg and punts with excellent consistency.  Colby has great control of the ball and directional punts with ease.  He enters his senior year as a legitimate NFL prospect.

Runner Up: Michael Carrizosa (San Jose State) – The 2015 Ray Guy Award Finalist was within one punt of winning the event.  He was 2nd in the nation last year with a 47.5 yard punting average.  He proved once again that you can expect the same type of performance for the 2016 season.  He also smashes kickoffs.  The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student should continue to dominate the college level as he prepares for future NFL success.

Other Top Performers: Aidan Schneider (Oregon), Alex Woznick (South Carolina), Bennett Moehring (Navy), Cole Murphy (Syracuse), Jack Gonsoulin (LSU), Kyle Bambard (NC State).

Many younger, less established K/P’s attended that you will hear big things from in the future.

The week at the IMG Academy continues tomorrow with the “TOP 12” & “Event Elite” camp.  This camp will feature the very best kickers/punters at the high school/junior college level in America.  The week will conclude with Underclassmen Invitational which will feature nearly 200 specialists from the Classes of 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021.

For more information visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com … To be the best, train with the best.  #TeamSailer

Garrett Owens, Eddy Pineiro, Bennett Moehring, Elliot Fry & Jack Gonsoulin

Garrett Owens, Eddy Pineiro, Bennett Moehring, Elliot Fry & Jack Gonsoulin

 

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GA & CA Recap! Pineiro and Marquez are Champions….

The Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Tour is now complete. The final 2 stops were made in Atlanta, GA and Los Angeles, CA.  Over 300 athletes attended these two events.  The talent level was off the charts.  Take a look at the results.

ATLANTA, GA

Overall Camp Champion:
Eddy Pineiro (JC) – The Alabama commit was dominating once again in Atlanta. He has one of the strongest legs that I have ever seen.  He also competes extremely well under pressure and backs down to no situation.  On this day he connected on multiple 60+ yard field goals.  He also averaged approximately 80 yards per kickoff with 4.2 plus hang time.  His best ball was 85 yards with 4.44 second hang time.  A talent like this doesn’t come along often.

Field Goal Champion:
Santiago Arango (JC) – Santiago is an outstanding kicker.  He hits a very consistent ball off the ground and gets great height on his ball.  He hit a huge 54 yard field goal to win this competition. His kickoffs are also solid.  Santiago has the tools to be a top national junior college prospect this coming season.

Field Goal Champion:
Will Horton (2017) – Will had an amazing day performance from start to finish.  The young combo prospect showed well in all three areas of the kicking game.  He won the field goal competition by hitting consecutive field goals of 35, 42, 47, 52, 54 and 55 yards.  His kickoffs are 65 plus yards, with 4.00 plus hang time.  He also shows great punting talent.  Look for this name the next few years, he could be a great prospect.

Punt Champion:
Aidan Daily (JC) – Aidan competed at the TX, NC, GA and CA camps.  The Vegas XXVI punt champion and Event Elite Member had his best performance in Atlanta.  At one point he was able to hit 14 straight punts with over 4.4 second hang time.  He also hit many 50 plus yard punts with 5.0 second hang time.  Aidan is ready to have a breakout season at the junior college level this year.

Top Class of 2016 Prospect:
Jake Verity  – Jake is one of the top combo (K/P) prospects in the nation.  His field goals, kickoffs and punts are all equally impressive.  He has 55 plus yard range off the ground on field goals. Kickoffs are 70 plus yards with 4.1 plus second hang time.  Punts are 45 plus yards with 4.6 plus second hang time. He is consistent and can also hit the huge ball.  OFFER NOW!!!

Other Class of 2016 Standouts:  Luke Logan, Brad Wall, Caleb Grant, Christian Underwood, Daryian Basco, David Saldana, Pierce Royster, Hayden Terral, Jonathan Messina, Noah Gilbert, Phillip Shure, Samuel Sloman, Tyler Grimes, Nicholas Jones, Devin Orr, Dylan Hoglen.

Top Class of 2017 Prospect:
Tucker Day – Tucker has as much overall talent as anyone in the country.  Punting is his current major strength.  Once again he showed that he was able to hit punts 50 plus yards with 5.0 plus second hang time.  His field goals and kickoffs are also strong.  Tucker is a great athlete that will be a scholarship pick!

Other Class of 2017 Standouts: Jackson McLarty, Jake Lane, Josh Edwards, Nick Rice, Brooks Buce.

Top Class of 2018 Prospect:
Jake Camarda – Jake continues to elevate his game each time that we see him.  The current #1 kicker and #1 punter in the nation in his class proved it once again.  Quote from a staff member, “Jake is in the class of 2018?  This whole day I figured he was a senior.  That’s amazing.  He is in a league of his own”.  Enough said.

Other Class of 2018 Standouts: Bryce Horton, Bryce Jones, Chad Miller, Drew Byus, Eric Hildebrand, Evan McPherson, Jarrett Mills, Micah Gilbert, Sean Henderson.

Class of 2019/2020 Future Stars: Parker Hannon, Bernardo Burgos, Hayden Hairston, Ian Kurowsky, Riley Gravett, Ethan Boyles

*Note: Top prospect in each class listed refers to the best remaining prospect that was NOT a camp champion.

LOS ANGELES, CA

Overall Camp Champion:
Diego Marquez (JC) – The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student continued his dominating run.  He won the kickoff competition by hitting 82 yard, 4.18 yard ball.  He won the head to head field goal finals round by connecting of field goals of 50, 52, 52, 52, 55 and 58 yards. Diego is ready for D1 football.  OFFER NOW!!!

Field Goal Champion:
Nathan Hierlihy (JC) – Nathan is a big time kicking prospect.  He won the field goal competition by hitting 8 straight field goals including 3 straight from 50 plus yards.  The final competition winning kick came from 58 yards out.  His kickoffs are also very strong.  Nathan is going to be a special college player.

Punt Champion:
Kyle Thompson (2016) – Kyle is an outstanding punting prospect.  The 6’4” athlete is punting with more confidence than ever before.  He bested many of the nations top punters in Los Angeles by consistently hitting big ball after big ball.  Kyle averages 40 plus yards with 4.8 second hang time and shows that he can easily hit 55 yard punts with 5.1 plus second hang time punts.  Kyle is ready for D1.  OFFER NOW!!!

Top Class of 2016 Prospect:
Brandon Gracia (JC) – Brandon is one of, if not the top junior college kicking prospect in America.  His field goals are outstanding off the ground.  His kickoffs are ready for D1 right now.  He also kicks with great confidence and does well under pressure.  He is ready. OFFER NOW!!!

Other Class of 2016 Standouts:  Andrew Neilson, Alex Wielenga, Cannon Plooster, Jake Lanski, Kevin Boermeester, Michael Brown, Crawford Pierson, Casey Sublette, Chris Stalter, Cooper Garcia, Daniel Ellis, Dayton Diorio, Jaime Medina, Jared Porter, Jesse Kelly, Kevin Neitzke, Matthew Amrhein, Nathan DeJaeger, Tanner Kuljian, Trenton Fudge, Zach Emerson, Aidan Daily, Corey Bojorquez, Nick Giordano, Alex Vazquez, Ford Edwards, Dylan Baluyut, Hayden McGinnis, Cody Wuthrich

Top Class of 2017 Prospect:
Peyton Henry – The long time Chris Sailer Kicking Student continues to improve each time that we see him.  Now ranked inside the Top 15 in the nation in his class, he is showing that he can hang with the very best.  He has the tools to be a top combo player. The lefty is strong, athletic and handles pressure very well.  He has a bright future.

Other Class of 2017 Standouts: Bailey Schroeder, Carter Andrade, Asa Fuller, Brian Papazian, Chase McGrath, Clyde Hovsepian, Diego Cacho-Souza, Dylan Carlson, Gabriel Dunkle, Jack Cooper, Clay Eggeman, Colin Sillery, Eli Kasiano, Jake Zimmerman, Kevin Ramsey, Liam King, Ryan Gomer, Ryan Stonehouse, Seth Frank

Top Class of 2018 Prospect:
Jonah Lipel – This young kicker continues to improve each time we see him.  He is one of the hardest workers out there and the hard work is starting to pay off.  Jonah kicks with great technique and consistency.  His strength and range is starting to really increase.  He is one to keep a close eye on these next couple of years.

Other Class of 2018 Standouts:  JP Rybus, Jordan McMillan, Corey Bell, Peter Larson

Class of 2019/2020 Future Stars: Cade Fuller, Axel Mireles

*Note: Top prospect in each class listed refers to the best remaining prospect that was NOT a camp champion.

The 2015 Chris Sailer Kicking Fall Schedule has been announced.  Register early before camp sell out.

For more statistics, evaluations, rankings and future camp dates visit ChrisSailerKicking.com or contact  Chris Sailer 818-209-8921 (text) or Chris@ChrisSailerKicking.com (email).

 

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