So You Didn’t Make TOP 12, What Now?

For the past few weeks, you have been waiting anxiously to see if you were going to be selected to the TOP 12 Camp.  When the first 20 selections were announced, 20 kickers / punters were ecstatic.  Hundreds of others were upset, frustrated, angry, etc…. rightfully so.  As athletes and competitors the desire to succeed should run deep.

Couple ways to look at it….

You can be upset with me for not selecting you. You can be upset with yourself for not performing when it counted. You can even find a way to blame others, but, it is ultimately on you. The only thing you can control is how hard and smart you work. Everyone in Vegas is competing for the same spots. Don’t let anybody outwork you and you will see different results.

You need to use this as motivation to make sure you perform better. This is all up to you. The choice is yours.

If you are a Kicker / Punter that strives to be the best, you want to be at that TOP 12 camp this summer. Any single athlete that has been there (scholarship Kickers / Punters, All-Americans, NFL players) will tell you it is, by far, the best camp they have ever been to in their life. What you need to do is get back on the horse. Work smarter and harder. Your opportunity is waiting for you in Las Vegas. VEGAS XXXII

At Vegas XXXII, I will choose 20 additional TOP 12 Camp Invitees.  They will join the first 20 selected at the Invite Only TOP 12 Camp this summer.   This is a true invite only camp. I do NOT just hand out invites to get people to come to it. That would give me no credibility. I choose the best because they are the best. They will represent the TOP 12 and Chris Sailer Kicking forever.

Are you one of them? Time to decide. Prove to me, and the rest of the world, that you belong.

Or don’t. THE CHOICE IS YOURS…..

 

Who will make it in 2018?

 

 

 

 

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Class of 2018/Junior College/Transfer TOP 12 Announced

Announcing the Chris Sailer Kicking TOP 12 Class of 2018/Junior College Kickers/Punters selected from Vegas XXXI (January 13-14, 2018)

George Georgopoulos (SC) – Class of 2018
#10 Ranked Punter, #25 Ranked Kicker

Parker Grothaus (OH) – Transfer
#22 Ranked Kicker

Stockton Lund (UT) – Class of 2018
#36 Ranked Kicker, #53 Ranked Punter

Devin Parker (IL) – Class of 2018
#41 Ranked Kicker

Evan Price (CO) – Class of 2018
#53 Ranked Kicker

Andrew Rodriguez (CA) – Junior College
#13 Ranked Punter, #27 Ranked Kicker

Mitch Souza (CA) – Junior College
#15 Ranked Punter

Alex Stadthaus (TX) – Class of 2018
#16 Ranked Kicker

Clayton Stewart (TX) – Class of 2018
#9 Ranked Punter, #24 Ranked Kicker

Quentin Wallace (IL) – Class of 2018
#10 Ranked Kicker

Taiten Winkel (KS) – Class of 2018
#35 Ranked Punter

Blair Zepeda (TX) – Class of 2018
#23 Ranked Kicker, #37 Ranked Punter

*Athletes selected are listed in alphabetical order by last name

TOP 12 Members were selected based on camp performance at Vegas XXXI only. Selections were made based on performance during all phases of evaluation including drill work, charting & competitions.

Congratulations! The Chris Sailer Kicking TOP 12 Membership is the most exclusive specialist group in the World. 18 current NFL starters are members of this group. Welcome!

Note: Seniors and or graduating Junior College Prospect will NOT be part of TOP 12 Camp. However, their story may be covered by our web series, depending on the director / producer’s vision. There will still be 20 players selected from the Class of 2019 or younger that will participate in the TOP 12 Camp and be featured in our web series.

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Chris Sailer Kicking: VEGAS XXXI Kickoff Results

Vegas XXXI (January 13-14, 2018) 
Kickoff Results
Class of 2021
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
T1 Bryan, Josh 49.4 3.48 53 / 3.68
T1 Auburn, Bert 51.8 3.4 52 / 3.70
T3 Kemp, David 47.8 3.55 50 / 3.65
T3 Borregales, Andy 49.2 3.36 54 / 3.36
5 Lopes, Joshua 48.8 3.29 50 / 3.33
6 Castillo, Francisco 48 2.99 55 / 3.20
7 Tabor, Drake 47.4 3.03 50 / 3.22
8 Ray, Jackson 43.6 3.14 47 / 3.44
9 Barefoot, Carson 47.4 2.88 48 / 3.02
T10 Froschauer, Brock 42.6 3.04 44 / 3.31
T10 Awaida, Adam 45 2.94 53 / 3.06
T10 Holbrook, Daniel (22) 47.8 2.7 49 / 3.18
13 Blevins, Brayden 41.6 3.14 47 / 3.18
14 Southey, Thomas 45 2.67 49 / 3.27
15 Silver, Alec 41.8 2.71 43 / 3.06
16 Butler, Mason 42.6 2.65 50 / 3.06
17 Samuel, Benjamin (22) 39 2.76 44 / 2.80
18 Click, Joshua 41.8 2.58 45 / 2.93
19 Pollina, Joseph 40.4 2.66 46 / 2.93
20 Moore, Zachary 39 2.29 48 / 2.55
21 Kartub, Jay 35.4 2.49 42 / 2.95
22 Gugino Michael 27 2.05 30  / 2.21
Class of 2020      
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Moraschinelli Jacob 64.4 3.52 68 / 3.64
T2 Shirkey, Cameron 58.8 3.44 62 / 3.59
T2 Mahlum, Race 63.2 3.31 65 / 3.56
4 Fedor, Dillon 61.4 3.29 64 / 3.53
5 Nickle, Teaff 57.2 3.41 62 / 3.32
6 McCord, Nolan 56 3.44 60 / 3.53
T7 Meader, Anthony 53.6 3.58 59 / 3.60
T7 Stephenson, Sam 54 3.55 59 / 3.57
T7 Allen, Tabor 56 3.32 60 / 3.40
T7 Lopez, Richard 60.8 3.22 59 / 3.53
11 Maretzki, Quinn 53.2 3.47 54 / 3.72
12 Farrell, Casey 54.4 3.27 56 / 3.43
13 Williams, James 57.4 3.1 67 / 3.78
T14 Hannon, Parker 54.8 3.19 56 / 3.31
T14 Wadas, J. J. 55.8 3.14 65 / 3.40
T14 Massick, Sam 61 2.97 62 / 3.35
17 Travelstead, Brock 56.6 3.06 63 / 3.56
T18 Smith, JC 50.8 3.29 52 / 3.52
T18 Olsen, Jack 55 3.07 61 / 3.65
20 Sherman, Ty 52.4 3.16 57 / 3.14
21 Green, Archie 51 3.13 56 / 3.31
T22 Rezentes, Kaeo 49.4 3.21 52 / 3.48
T22 Basile, Nick 52.6 3.03 56 / 3.44
24 Burnette, Noah 48.4 3.22 56 / 3.38
T25 Galluccio, Mitchell 47.6 3.21 50 / 3.43
T25 Guillen, Fabien 50.8 3.04 58 / 3.32
T25 Steele, Benjamin 52.8 2.91 55 / 3.27
T28 Carlton, Noah 49 3.12 48 / 3.40
T28 Wood, Grant 52.6 2.83 51 / 3.22
30 Michel, Nathan 51.6 2.8 52 / 3.18
31 Locatelli, Giovanni 51.2 2.8 55 / 2.93
32 Roah, Derek 50 2.95 52 / 3.27
33 Schmidt, Noah 48.6 2.96 51 / 3.02
34 Gotlieb, Graham 50.8 2.73 56 / 3.22
T35 Elliott, Jonmichael 47.8 2.93 47 / 3.18
T35 Fetters, Christian 50.6 2.74 55 / 3.02
37 Chaffin, Elise 41.4 2.92 42 / 3.06
38 Costa, Cheyden 43.2 2.66 46 / 2.81
39 Miskella, Nate 42 2.48 51 / 2.85
Class of 2019
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Lewis, Camden 73.6 3.74 76 / 3.86
2 Reichard, Will 70.8 3.77 75 / 3.80
3 Hoban, Zach 68.4 3.86 66 / 4.11
T4 Horn, Tim 70.2 3.71 74 / 4.03
T4 Nichols, Bijan 71.8 3.67 74 / 3.72
6 Villamizar, Nicholas 65.2 3.83 66 / 3.95
7 Janikowski, Dean 65.6 3.67 67 / 3.78
8 Garrett, Carson 64.6 3.79 62 / 4.11
9 Barefoot, Tucker 67.4 3.59 71 / 3.77
10 Van Eekeren, Chris 69.8 3.46 70 / 3.78
11 Sanborn, Ryan 68.6 3.46 71 / 3.56
12 Petruescu, Brandon 66 3.59 70 / 3.53
T13 Hill, Harry 65 3.61 65 / 3.78
T13 Kiernan, Ben 66.6 3.47 68 / 3.82
15 Davis, Evan 63.6 3.66 68 / 3.81
16 Hoffman, Matthew 66.2 3.43 67 / 3.52
17 Fitzgerald, Ryan 64.6 3.51 66 / 3.61
18 Martin, Jack 65.6 3.45 70 / 3.69
19 Law, Bryce 61.8 3.65 64 / 3.73
20 Koskay, Neal 66.2 3.4 66 / 3.86
21 Tom-Makue, Anthony 61.8 3.61 64 / 3.70
22 McNamara, Austin 61.2 3.62 64 / 3.62
23 Santoro, Anthony 61 3.63 65 / 3.65
24 Lopez, Nicolas 62.6 3.46 65 / 3.68
T25 Peters, Bryce 61.4 3.49 62 / 3.62
T25 Stoll, Joseph 62.8 3.43 63 / 3.78
27 Weitz, Jonathan 59.6 3.69 62 / 3.78
T28 Griggs, Will 61.2 3.46 64 / 3.40
T28 Billstrom, Thor 63.6 3.41 67 / 3.52
30 Johnson, Cole 60.6 3.59 62 / 3.82
31 Rodriguez, Anthony 67.2 3.3 72 / 3.65
T32 Talton, Brandon 59.4 3.6 59 / 3.68
T32 Fuller, Cade 62 3.39 62 / 3.56
T32 Garcia, Jackson 63 3.35 65 / 3.35
35 Eisenkraft, David 62.8 3.35 66 / 3.47
36 Grant, Noah 59.8 3.42 66 / 3.82
37 Brooksby, Connor 59.8 3.41 61 / 3.48
T38 Patty, Brody 56.8 3.65 58 / 3.76
T38 Lupo, Logan 60.8 3.37 61 / 3.65
T40 Kokich, Nick 59.8 3.39 66 / 3.39
T40 Hayes, Michael 64.6 3.2 65 / 3.28
T42 Bosman, Jack 63.4 3.24 62 / 3.56
T42 Rauschenberg, Noah 65.2 3.14 68 / 3.65
44 Caughron, Chandler 64 3.18 68 / 3.22
T45 Crosa, Griffin 58.2 3.42 61 / 3.47
T45 Sullivan, Connor 61.2 3.29 63 / 3.40
T45 Turner, James 64.6 3.11 66 / 3.74
48 Kempton, Asa 59.6 3.35 65 / 3.40
T49 Kaplan, Trent 57.6 3.43 61 / 3.52
T49 Buschini, Brian 59.4 3.37 65 / 3.48
51 Packer, Ben 59.6 3.34 62 / 3.72
52 Nation, Cale 59.8 3.3 64 / 3.66
53 Dodd, Ashton 64.8 3.05 65 / 3.40
T54 Parris, Nolan 60 3.26 61 / 3.65
T54 Costantini, Sebastian 62.4 3.12 63 / 4.00
56 Strassel, Jacob 55.4 3.43 58 / 3.48
57 Childers, Garrett 58.4 3.34 64 / 3.56
58 Oswald, Jack 58.2 3.34 64 / 3.35
T59 Hertz, Micah 54.8 3.43 56 / 3.52
T59 Sten, Carson 57.6 3.35 65 / 3.83
61 Hanson, Ryan 58.2 3.31 58 / 3.65
62 Mitchell Joey 58.2 3.3 58 / 3.36
63 Payne, Scott 61 3.09 66 / 3.15
T64 Orr, Dylan 57.2 3.33 61 / 3.75
T64 Abbes, Christopher 59 3.18 65 / 3.67
T66 Jaridly, Ramzee 58.2 3.21 64 / 3.34
T66 Ierulli, Jack 60.6 3.07 63 / 3.14
68 Rigney, Matthew 59.8 3.08 62 / 3.29
69 Benton, Hunter 59.8 3.07 64 / 3.33
70 Molique, Mason 57.6 3.25 60 / 3.47
71 Boschetti Nico 54.4 3.39 57 / 3.44
72 Dennis, Dillon 58 3.21 60 / 3.43
73 Castillo, Javier 58.2 3.16 61 / 3.32
74 Morais, Drew 58.8 3.09 66 / 3.43
T75 Chandler, Max 55.8 3.24 56 / 3.32
T75 Castle, Ryan 61.2 2.87 62 / 3.40
77 Austin, Jack 54.6 3.33 56 / 3.31
78 White, Jason 52 3.4 56 / 3.65
79 Robertson, Trevor 54 3.32 59 / 3.45
80 Cummins, Griffin 57.6 3.05 61 / 3.39
81 Rodriguez, Aaron 55.2 3.11 61 / 3.23
82 King, Asher 53.4 3.24 55 / 3.28
83 Johnson, Mason 55 3.09 55 / 3.31
84 Poppen, Landry 56.8 3.03 62 / 3.34
85 Dickerson, Brandon 58.6 2.81 64 / 3.14
86 Wheatley, Jared 57.8 2.94 64 / 3.57
T87 Youngblood, Jaxon 53 3.18 62 / 3.36
T87 Mireles, Axel 53.6 3.17 54 / 3.18
T87 Dable, Graham 55.8 3.01 63 / 3.72
90 Hogan, Sam 56.8 2.94 62 / 3.69
91 Amkhamavong, Chester 55 2.99 58 / 3.06
92 Henry, Cade 53 3.11 55 / 3.32
93 Boyle, Michael 53.6 3.05 55 / 3.32
94 Mazur, Andre 54.6 2.97 55 / 3.23
95 Walters, Brandon 48.6 3.12 59 / 3.72
T96 Dennis, Austin 54.4 2.95 56 / 3.65
T96 Raney, Nathan 54.4 2.95 58 / 3.53
T96 Hier, Keaton 54.8 2.89 61 / 3.43
99 Huff, Justin 54.8 2.88 67 / 3.22
100 Opella, Steven 55 2.8 61 / 3.27
T101 Gonzalez, Edgar 52.6 3.01 58 / 3.06
T101 Lewis, Matt 55.2 2.54 65 / 3.22
103 Freehill, Ben 54.6 2.71 63 / 3.18
104 Hebert, Beau 48.6 3.04 50 / 3.31
105 Ward, Thomas 49.4 2.99 52 / 3.01
T106 Thompson, Walker 52.6 2.91 58 / 3.43
T106 Heins, Gabe 53 2.85 69 / 3.53
T106 Handel, Noah 54.4 2.68 64 / 3.44
109 McCoy, Josh 50.4 2.93 60 / 3.65
110 LaRosa, Jay 53 2.73 57 / 3.31
111 Vela, Joshua 50.4 2.76 56 / 3.10
112 Schmidt, Logan 51.2 2.69 59 / 3.31
113 Cunningham, Leo 50.4 2.69 55 / 2.85
T114 Belanger, Zachary 37.4 2.51 40 / 2.55
T114 Pollina, Andrew 39.4 2.39 45 / 2.81
116 Enderle, Dalyn 36 2 45 / 2.00
Class of 2018, Junior College, Transfers
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Stadthaus, Alex 70 3.93 74 / 3.96
2 Zepeda, Blair 67.2 3.82 70 / 3.98
3 Wallace, Quentin 66.2 3.73 69 / 3.86
4 Price, Evan 65.2 3.71 67 / 3.83
5 Meader, Mark 67.6 3.6 70 / 3.60
6 Medina, Jaime 65.2 3.64 67 / 3.86
7 D’Amico, Clay 64.4 3.67 65 / 3.84
T8 Lund, Stockton 63.8 3.67 65 / 3.89
T8 Becker, Grant 64.8 3.6 64 / 3.93
T8 Chanty , Brennen 65 3.59 70 / 3.67
11 Watkins, Matthew 62.2 3.77 66 / 3.86
T12 Perry, Kyle 61.6 3.84 67 / 4.07
T12 Tacopina, Joseph 64.2 3.55 67 / 3.38
14 Garcia, Antonio 62 3.68 64 / 3.77
15 Stewart, Clayton 66.8 3.37 70 / 3.70
16 Blaser, Greg 64 3.49 68 / 3.76
17 Sentkowski, Kyle 62.6 3.58 71 / 3.66
T18 Hurt, Paul 61.8 3.64 63 / 3.82
T18 Rodriguez, Andrew 63.4 3.53 68 / 3.48
T18 Bredesen, Dillon 65 3.38 66 / 3.43
21 Mulreed, Aidan 63 3.5 63 / 3.78
22 Freem, Matthew 61.6 3.49 64 / 3.42
23 Ryan, Kevin 62 3.41 65 / 3.90
24 Redman, Ryan 62.2 3.32 63 / 3.65
25 Taylor, McKay 63.6 3.22 69 / 3.52
26 Trujillo, Jonathan 58.8 3.54 58 / 3.72
27 Sohn, Hoyoung 61 3.37 65 / 3.70
28 Rainey, Jacob 63.6 3.14 70 / 3.40
T29 Garcia, Daniel 60.2 3.42 60 / 3.57
T29 Ludwig, Randy 60.6 3.37 66 / 3.31
31 Georgopoulos, George 57.8 3.45 70 / 3.61
T32 Ochoa, Ronnie 57.4 3.47 60 / 3.60
T32 Winders, Paxton 60.6 3.29 63 / 3.45
T32 Grothaus, Parker 62.4 3.13 78 / 3.75
T32 Gilbert, Drew 60.8 3.28 66 / 3.60
36 Enos, Jacob 61.6 3.17 63 / 3.65
37 Kaspar, Karch 61 3.2 62 / 3.87
T38 Parker, Devin 58.8 3.3 64 / 3.52
T38 Ramirez, Fernando 59.4 3.29 61 / 4.01
40 Gentner, Trevor 55 3.43 59 / 3.75
41 March, Jared 60.2 3.15 64 / 3.47
T42 Bitterman, Jacob 56.4 3.22 59 / 3.41
T42 Sambugaro, Vitor 59.6 3.13 64 / 3.34
T42 Winkel, Taiten 60.6 3.03 61 / 3.27
45 Madela, Kai 57.6 3.15 61 / 3.56
46 Weidlein, Matthew 53 3.25 65 / 3.34
47 Stambaugh, Carter 51 3.26 53 / 3.39
48 Brooks, Jackson 56.4 3.03 60 / 3.43
49 Earp, Alec 56.2 3.07 60 / 3.53
50 Sweeney, Niall 49.8 3.13 55 / 3.12
51 Moses, Hayden 55.6 2.97 63 / 3.67
52 Click, Jacob 55.6 2.95 58 / 3.40
T53 Weires, Collin 46.2 3.09 48 / 3.15
T53 Lawson, Nicholas 54.2 2.98 63 / 3.31
T53 Wood, Chris 55 2.95 62 / 3.80

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Chris Sailer Kicking: VEGAS XXXI Field Goal Results

Vegas XXXI (January 13-14, 2018) 
Field Goal Results
Class of 2021
Place Name Score
T1 Barefoot, Carson 6
T1 Borregales, Andy 6
T1 Kemp, David 6
T1 Southey, Thomas 6
T5 Awaida, Adam 5
T5 Bryan, Josh 5
T5 Holbrook, Daniel (22) 5
T8 Auburn, Bert 4
T8 Lopes, Joshua 4
T10 Castillo, Francisco 2
T10 Click, Joshua 2
T10 Moore, Zachary 2
T10 Tabor, Drake 2
T15 Blevins, Brayden 1
T15 Butler, Mason 1
T15 Froschauer, Brock 1
T15 Kartub, Jay 1
T15 Ray, Jackson 1
T15 Silver, Alec 1
T20 Pollina, Joseph 0
T20 Samuel, Benjamin (22) 0
Class of 2020
Place Name Score
T1 Wadas, J. J. 13
T1 Williams, James 13
3 McCord, Nolan 12
T4 Mahlum, Race 9
T4 Massick, Sam 9
T4 Olsen, Jack 9
7 Allen, Tabor 8
T8 Nickle, Teaff 7
T8 Shirkey, Cameron 7
T8 Travelstead, Brock 7
T11 Carlton, Noah 6
T11 Hannon, Parker 6
T11 Lopez, Richard 6
T11 Roah, Derek 6
T11 Schmidt, Noah 6
T16 Costa, Cheyden 5
T16 Fedor, Dillon 5
T16 Meader, Anthony 5
T16 Rezentes, Kaeo 5
T16 Sherman, Ty 5
T16 Smith, JC 5
T16 Steele, Benjamin 5
T16 Stephenson, Sam 5
T16 Wood, Grant 5
T25 Guillen, Fabien 4
T25 Moraschinelli Jacob 4
T27 Basile, Nick 3
T27 Chaffin, Elise 3
T27 Galluccio, Mitchell 3
T27 Locatelli, Giovanni 3
T27 Michel, Nathan 3
T27 Miskella, Nate 3
T33 Burnette, Noah 2
T33 Elliott, Jonmichael 2
T33 Gotlieb, Graham 2
T33 Green, Archie 2
T33 Maretzki, Quinn 2
T38 Farrell, Casey 1
T38 Fetters, Christian 1
Class of 2019
Place Name Score
1 Horn, Tim 15
T2 Garrett, Carson 12
T2 Lopez, Nicolas 12
T2 Mazur, Andre 12
T2 Reichard, Will 12
T6 Janikowski, Dean 11
T6 Lewis, Camden 11
T8 Bosman, Jack 10
T8 Dickerson, Brandon 10
T8 Garcia, Jackson 10
T8 Lupo, Logan 10
T8 Mitchell Joey 10
T13 Childers, Garrett 9
T13 Hoffman, Matthew 9
T13 Johnson, Cole 9
T13 Kiernan, Ben 9
T13 McNamara, Austin 9
T13 Rauschenberg, Noah 9
T13 Robertson, Trevor 9
T13 Stoll, Joseph 9
T13 Sullivan, Connor 9
T13 Villamizar, Nicholas 9
T13 Weitz, Jonathan 9
T24 Castle, Ryan 8
T24 Crosa, Griffin 8
T24 Dennis, Austin 8
T24 Fitzgerald, Ryan 8
T24 Fuller, Cade 8
T24 Hayes, Michael 8
T24 Hier, Keaton 8
T24 Law, Bryce 8
T24 Peters, Bryce 8
T24 Raney, Nathan 8
T24 Talton, Brandon 8
T24 Tom-Makue, Anthony 8
T24 Turner, James 8
T37 Billstrom, Thor 7
T37 Buschini,Brian 7
T37 Chandler, Max 7
T37 Cummins, Griffin 7
T37 Ierulli, Jack 7
T37 Kempton, Asa 7
T37 LaRosa, Jay 7
T37 Nichols, Bijan 7
T37 Opella, Steven 7
T37 Orr, Dylan 7
T37 Rodriguez, Anthony 7
T37 Strassel, Jacob 7
T49 Abbes, Christopher 6
T49 Brooksby, Connor 6
T49 Cunningham, Leo 6
T49 Eisenkraft, David 6
T49 Enderle, Dalyn 6
T49 Griggs, Will 6
T49 Heins, Gabe 6
T49 Jaridly, Ramzee 6
T49 Kaplan, Trent 6
T49 Koskay, Neal 6
T49 Packer, Ben 6
T49 Petruescu, Brandon 6
T49 Poppen, Landry 6
T49 Santoro, Anthony 6
T49 Schmidt, Logan 6
T49 Sten, Carson 6
T49 Van Eekeren, Chris 6
T49 Walters, Brandon 6
T49 White, Jason 6
T68 Barefoot, Tucker 5
T68 Benton, Hunter 5
T68 Boyle, Michael 5
T68 Castillo, Javier 5
T68 Davis, Evan 5
T68 Dennis, Dillon 5
T68 Dodd, Ashton 5
T68 Hertz, Micah 5
T68 Hill, Harry 5
T68 Rodriguez, Aaron 5
T68 Wheatley, Jared 5
T68 Boschetti Nico 5
T80 Costantini, Sebastian 4
T80 Dable, Graham 4
T80 Gonzalez, Edgar 4
T80 Hanson, Ryan 4
T80 Huff, Justin 4
T80 King, Asher 4
T80 Kokich, Nick 4
T80 Lewis, Matt 4
T80 Martin, Jack 4
T80 Morais, Drew 4
T80 Oswald, Jack 4
T80 Parris, Nolan 4
T80 Patty, Brody 4
T80 Payne, Scott 4
T80 Pollina, Andrew 4
T80 Sanborn, Ryan 4
T80 Wale, Gavin 4
T80 Ward, Thomas 4
T80 Youngblood, Jaxon 4
T99 Amkhamavong, Chester 3
T99 Austin, Jack 3
T99 Caughron, Chandler 3
T99 Hoban, Zach 3
T99 Hogan, Sam 3
T99 Johnson, Mason 3
T99 McCoy, Josh 3
T99 Molique, Mason 3
T99 Thompson, Walker 3
T99 Vela, Joshua 3
T109 Freehill, Ben 2
T109 Grant, Noah 2
T109 Handel, Noah 2
T109 Henry, Cade 2
T109 Mireles, Axel 2
T114 Hebert, Beau 1
T114 Nation, Cale 1
T114 Rigney, Matthew 1
T114 Belanger, Zachary 1
Class of 2018, Junior College & Transfers
Place Name Score
T1 Medina, Jaime 14
T1 Sentkowski, Kyle 14
3 D’Amico, Clay 13
4 Parker, Devin 12
T5 Garcia, Antonio 10
T5 Sohn, Hoyoung 10
T5 Wood, Chris 10
T8 Enos, Jacob 9
T8 Rodriguez, Andrew 9
T8 Lawson, Nicholas 9
T8 Ramirez, Fernando 9
T8 Stewart, Clayton 9
T13 Price, Evan 8
T13 Rainey, Jacob 8
T13 Zepeda, Blair 8
T16 Becker, Grant 7
T16 Blaser, Greg 7
T16 Wallace, Quentin 7
T16 Bredesen, Dillon 7
T16 Click, Jacob 7
T16 Ludwig, Randy 7
T16 Freem, Matthew 7
T16 Gilbert, Drew 7
T16 Meader, Mark 7
T16 Moses, Hayden 7
T16 Mulreed, Aidan 7
T16 Perry, Kyle 7
T16 Ryan, Kevin 7
T16 Sweeney, Niall 7
T16 Tacopina, Joseph 7
T16 Winders, Paxton 7
T32 Brooks, Jackson 6
T32 Georgopoulos, George 6
T32 Stadthaus, Alex 6
T32 Weires, Collin 6
T32 Garcia, Daniel 6
T32 Sambugaro, Vitor 6
T38 Madela, Kai 5
T38 March, Jared 5
T38 Trujillo, Jonathan 5
T38 Watkins, Matthew 5
T38 Ochoa, Ronnie 5
T43 Gentner, Trevor 4
T43 Bitterman, Jacob 4
T43 Chanty , Brennen 4
T43 Earp, Alec 4
T43 Kaspar, Karch 4
T43 Taylor, McKay 4
T43 Winkel, Taiten 4
T43 Weidlein, Matthew 4
T51 Lund, Stockton 3
T51 Grothaus, Parker 3
T53 Redman, Ryan 2
T53 Stambaugh, Carter 2
55 Hurt, Paul 1

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I’m a Senior, What Should I Do In November?

5 Easy Tips For The Class of 2018 To Get Ahead In Recruiting – November

1. Stop panicking.  We are still very early in the recruiting process.  Less that 5% of the class of 2018 (K/P) have made college commitments.  Less than 10% of the class of 2018 (K/P) have been offered any sort of college opportunity.  Note, there are many waves of recruiting.  Recruiting will last all the way through August when fall camps officially begin for the upcoming college football season.

2. Take unofficial visits as often as possible.  An unofficial visit simply mean that you have to pay for the visit yourself.   Getting on campus is the best way to show a college football program genuine interest.  Sending emails, making phone calls, direct messaging on social media, etc. simply isn’t enough anymore.  A coach will know that you have a real interest once you make the effort to get on campus.

3. Start to narrow down your search to universities and colleges that are realistic options.  This includes level of football (FBS, FCS, D2, D3, NAII, JC, etc.), level of academics, region of the country, etc.  Stop targeting D1 football programs if you are not a D1 recruit.  Stop targeting high academic institutions if you have a 2.0 GPA.  Find schools that will reciprocate interest in you and opportunities will follow.

READ THIS BLOG ON HOW SCHOOLS RECRUIT

4. Ask for an opportunity, not a scholarship.  Every college coach in America knows that you would like to be offered a scholarship.  When you ask for a scholarship, this turns them off.  You are basically limiting communication opportunity.  When you ask for an opportunity to be on the team, coaches will be receptive.  You are opening a door for communication.  The goal in recruiting is to create options.  Offers of any kind, create buzz, which create more options.  Scholarship vs. Preferred Walk On offers will take care of itself in the end.

5. Get ready for XXXI (January 13-15, 2018).  The biggest mistake made these days is thinking that recruiting for seniors is already over by this time.  In fact, it is the exact opposite.  90% of Kickers / Punters in this class will be recruited heavily during this time of year.  It will be feeding frenzy.  National Letter of Intent Day (NLI) is in early February.  Vegas takes place this time of year for this reason.  College coaches pay a tremendous amount of attention to the Vegas results and post Vegas rankings.  Scholarships offers and preferred walk on opportunities will be won this weekend in Vegas.

Join us for the largest kicking, punting & long snapping camp in the world, Vegas!!!

 

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Evan Davis Dominates the 2017 NC Fall Camp!

The 2017 Chris Sailer Kicking Fall Camp tour continued November 19th in Charlotte, NC. The camp featured talented specialists from over 10 states. As always, the talent was off the charts. With Vegas XXXI around the corner, the atmosphere was intense. This region of the country continues to produce top national prospects. The battle to make TOP 12 in Las Vegas this coming January is going to be tremendous. Take a look at the results.

Huge group of talented kickers & punters at the 2017 NC Fall Camp

Overall Camp Champion
Evan Davis (2019, NC): The long time Chris Sailer Kicking came through with a dominant performance. He won the field goal competition by going a perfect 7-7 with a long of 60! He then hit a clutch 52-yarder in the finals to win it all. He is a pure and accurate field goal kicker with huge range. His kickoffs are near the top of his class, D1 ready. He is also a very capable punter. Evan is one of the most confident performers in the nation. He is a D1 scholarship athlete without a doubt. Look for him to challenge for a TOP 12 spot this coming January in Las Vegas. OFFER NOW!!!

Kickoff Champion
George Georgopolous (2018, SC): George is by far one of the most talented newcomers of the Fall Tour. He has an explosive leg and big time college potential. He won the kickoff competition by averaging over 70 yards with 3.9+ hang time. He hit a 78 yard, 3.84 ball and followed that up with a 72 yard, 4.04 shot to win it. His kickoffs are D1 ready right now. He is extremely talented on both field goal and punt. George is going to be a huge addition for a college football program. Look for him to dominate Vegas XXXI and pick up college offers.

Punt Champion
Kyle Romenick (2019, SC) – The long time Chris Sailer Kicking Punter had a breakthrough camp. He was strong and consistent from start to finish. He averages 40+ yards with 4.3+ hang time and also shows the ability to hit a big ball. His best ball on the day measured 52 yards with 4.92 hang time. He won every major punt competition and came up just shy of being the overall camp champion. Kyle is a D1 scholarship prospect. Look for Kyle to challenge for a TOP 12 spot this coming January in Las Vegas.

Class of 2018 Top Prospects: George Georgopolous, Nate Craft, Aaron Vardell, Bentley Faulker, Alex Haubenreisser, Brycen Walker, Cristian Alvarez, Ford Williams, Jackson Brooks, Michael Driscoll, Sebastian Garcia, Seth Harrison, Will Strain, John Howell, Jimmy Chambers, Bryce DeSantis, Conor MacDougall, Zack Nicholson

Class of 2019 Top Prospects: Evan Davis, Kyle Romenick, Jared Wheatley, Jason Stricker, Landon Fogleman, Tyler Keltner, Ben Kiernan, Aledemar Jimenez, Brandon Dickerson, Drew Morais, Hunter Benton, Lake Barrett, Michael Hayes, Nathan Raney, Nolan Parris, Ryan Castle, Sam Tindall, Will Griggs, Avery Funderburk, Collin Smith, Devin Baldwin, Jacob Sheline, Jeremiah Kim, Jonathan Weitz, Justin Johnson, Mills Herlong, Jaxon Youngblood, Asher King

Class of 2020 Top Prospects: Noah Burnette, Ben Steele, Andrew Brown, Ben Dority, Graham Griffith, Grant Wood, Hayden Olsen, Holland West, Mitchell Gallucio, Ryan Barrick, Ben Rich, Graham Newboult, Jayden Farley, Nolan McCord, Ryan Ingersoll, Steven Snell

Class of 2021 Top Prospects: Ivan Shuran, Zane Smith, Bailey Owens, Thomas Dellaporta, Gray Carter, Jack Tannehill

Youth Prospects: Andrew Conrad, Cole Jordan

Check out the Finals Round Here:

The road to Vegas XXXI continues with stops in Atlanta, GA (December 3) Phoenix, AZ (December 11) Massillon, OH (December 17) & Los Angeles, CA (January 6). The largest kicking, punting & long snapping camp in the World…. Vegas XXXI will take place January 12-14, 2018. Want to be a part of it? Visit ChrisSailerKicking.com for more information.

Evan Davis, 2017 NC Camp Overall Champion

 

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Drew Chilcoat is your 2017 TX Fall Camp Champion!

The road to Vegas XXXI continued with a stop in Dallas, TX on November 12.  Over 150 specialists gathered in one of the most popular Chris Sailer Kicking camp locations over the past decade and a half.  The camp featured kickers, punters and long snappers from over 15 states.  With Vegas being only two months away, the atmosphere was intense.  Take a look at the results.

80+ Kickers / Punters attended the 2017 TX Fall Camp.

Overall Camp Champion: Drew Chilcoat (2019, TX)
Drew is an extremely talented combo specialist.  He is strong, athletic and shows big time potential.  On this day he won the kickoff competition by averaging over 65 yards, with 4.0+ hang time.  He was also dominant on field goals showing 55+ range off the ground.  With his size and athleticism, he could one day develop into special college punter.  He can hit a big ball and his consistency is improving.  Look for Drew to challenge for a TOP 12 spot this coming January in Las Vegas.

Field Goal Champion – Noah Rauschenberg (2019, OK)
Noah is an excellent junior kicking prospect.  He is a great looking athlete that shows nice future college potential.  He won the field goal competition by going 6-7 including a long of 55 yards.  He was also solid on kickoff.  Noah has the tools to compete with the best prospects in the nation in his class.  Look for him to do extremely well in Las Vegas.  He could be a great one with continued hard work.

Punt Champion – Oscar Draguicevich (Transfer, TX)
The Incarnate Word bounce back had a strong and consistent performance from start to finish.  He easily averages 40+ yards with 4.5+ hang time.  His footwork is solid and he punts with great confidence.  He dominated the camp winning every punt competition.  Oscar is a mature and experienced punter that is ready for the next level.  Look for him to land with another college program in the near future.

Top Junior College / Transfer Prospects: Oscar Draguicevich, Casey Griffith, Cade Hogan

Top Class of 2018 Prospects: Chris Kessler, Blair Zepeda, Jacob Meeks, John Mayers, Clayton Stewart, Jacob Click, Jacob Rainey, Jake Smith, Jonathan Figueroa, Karch Kaspar, Matt Schanfish, Ryan Jones, Enrique Carmona, Grant Becker, Jacob Bitterman, Jacob Mailot

Top Class of 2019 Prospects: Aleric Hernandez, Brody Patty, Ryan Hanson, Cameron Baller, Cole Schroeder, Ethan Schroeder, Drew Chilcoat, Derek Eckenfels, Drew Wilkie, Garrett Childers, Grant Ennis, Javier Castillo, JK Martin, John Aldridge, Josh Plaster, Justin Seay, Landry Poppen, Mason Johnson, Matthew Heffernan, Bijan Nichols, Neal Koskay, Trevor Robertson, Brian Barber, Austin Dennis, Austin Turner, Braeden Obholz, Danny Duke, Erik Michel, Noah Rauschenberg, Steven Opella

Top Class of 2020 Prospects: Preston Johnson, Tabor Allen, Reed Kieny, Aidan Schiefer, Andrew Espindola, Parker Lee, Arturo Ramirez, Grayson Norwood, JC Smith, Jackson Stewart, Teaff Nickle

Top Class of 2021 Prospects: David Kemp, Francisco Castillo, Bert Auburn, Alejandro Draguicevich, Brock Smalley, Connor Bryan, Ethan Spearman, Roberto Diaz, Cameron Glass, Joshua Click, Mason Butler

Future Stars: Ethan Brumgard, Grant Little

Take a look at how Drew Chilcoat became the 2017 TX Fall Camp Champion:

The road to Vegas XXXI continues with stops in Charlotte, NC (November 19) Atlanta, GA (December 3) Phoenix, AZ (December 11) Massillon, OH (December 17) & Los Angeles, CA (January 6). The largest kicking, punting & long snapping camp in the World…. Vegas XXXI will take place January 12-14, 2018. Want to be a part of it? Visit ChrisSailerKicking.com for more information.

Drew Chilcoat (2019, TX) is a talented combo prospect.

 

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2017 CA Fall Camp Recap, Medina Wins Back-to-Back CA Camps!

Chris Sailer Kicking hosted the 2017 CA Fall Camp at Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, CA on Sunday October 29th.  This was the largest and most talented 1-day regional camp in a few years.  Near perfect weather and brand new turf provided ideal conditions for the specialists.  Just under 200 specialists from over a dozen states participated in the highly competitive atmosphere.  Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp Champion
Jaime Medina (JC, CA) – Jaime was absolutely outstanding once again. The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student has now won back-to-back CA Camps.  He won the field goal competition by drilling 8-9 kicks including the competition winner from 61 yards out.  He was also a kickoff and punt finalist proving his all around worth.  Jaime is the #1 Junior College Combo prospect in the nation.

Kickoff Champion
Jonah Lipel (2018, CA) – Jonah is simply a phenomenal kicking prospect.  The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student and Harvard commit was dominant in all areas of the game.  On this day he was the kickoff champion.  Jonah averaged well over 65 yards, with 4.10+ hang time.  His final kick to win the competition measured 76 yards with 4.16 second hang time.  He was also fantastic on both field goal and punt.  Harvard has a great one coming their way.

Punt Champion
Lane Kast (2018, CA) – Lane put together his best performance yet at a Chris Sailer Kicking camp.  He became the punt champion by showing that he could stay consistent from the start to the end of camp.  Lane averages 40+ yards with 4.3+ hang time.  He also shows he can hit a big ball.  Lane is also very capable on kickoffs.  He is proving that he can challenge at any college level.  Vegas XXXI will be a great stage to prove exactly that to college coaches.

Junior College Standouts: Jaime Medina, Andrew Rodriguez, Clay D’Amico, Augustin Delgadillo, Kyle Babcock, Mitch Souza, Paul Rodriguez, Ronnie Ochoa, Steve Sanchez, Tanner Carcamo, Travis Reiner, Vitor Sambugaro

Class of 2018 Standouts: Jonah Lipel, Cody Williams, Campbell Geddes, Antonio Garcia, Brennan Chanty, Carson King, Chris Wood, Eric Fellenzer, Jack Morrel, Jake Amigo, Mark Meader, Matthew Hamilton, Kai Madela, Lane Kast, Logan Prescott, Matthew Freem, Nicholas Lawson, Ryan Redman, Tyler Werner

Class of 2019 Standouts: Anthony Santoro, Anthony Tom-Makue, Brandon Petruescu, Brandon Talton, Cameron Sharafatian, Carson Sten, Charles Bein, Christopher Vartanian, Dean Janikowski, DJ Del Fierro, Dylan Orr, Ethan Schroeder, Gavin Wale, Giovanni Maldonado, Jack Austin, Jason White, Justin Huff, Justin Morales, Kieren Spradlin, Luke Schatz, Nicholas Villamizar, Nicolas Lopez, Ramzee Jaridly, Zachary Belanger, Marcelo Navaro

Class of 2020 Standouts: Anthony Meader, Archie Green, Brett Money, Bryan Villasenor, Derek Roah, Fabien Guillen, Connor Wallace, Nathan Michel, Nick Hill, Noah Carlton, Peter Delis, Race Mahlum, RJ Lopez, Ricky Post, Ronan Donnelly, Ryan Eggley

Class of 2021 Standouts: Josh Bryan, Brett Jensen, Alec Silver, Bryan Ryks, Christian Cervantes, Kai Yamasaki, Thomas Dore, Thomas Southey, Zachary Moore

Class of 2022 Future Stars: Shane Nelson, Ryan Sailer

The road to Vegas XXXI continues with stops in Dallas, TX (November 12) Charlotte, NC (November 19) Atlanta, GA (December 3) Phoenix, AZ (December 11) Massillon, OH (December 17) & Los Angeles, CA (January 6). The largest kicking, punting & long snapping camp in the World…. Vegas XXXI will take place January 12-14, 2018. Want to be a part of it? Visit ChrisSailerKicking.com for more information.

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2017 WA Fall Camp Recap – Cunningham Comes Up Big!

The Chris Sailer Kicking 2017 Fall Camp Tour made a stop in Seattle, WA on Sunday October 22nd.  The talent and competition in the Northwest continues to get better and better with each camp. Specialists from 8 states trained and competed on a beautiful day with near perfect conditions.  Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp Champion
Leo Cunningham (2019, WA) – Leo is a solid junior kicking prospect.  He is an accurate field goal kicker with nice range.  On this day he won a major field goal competition by nailing 6-8 field goals with a long of 51.  He also came through in the head to head finals by hitting from 45 yards out.  Leo should compete very well in Las Vegas this coming January.

Field Goal Champion / Kickoff Champion
Kyle Sentkowski (JC / CA) – Kyle was by far the most dominant kicker at camp.  He was smooth and accurate on field goals all day long.  He gets great height on his ball and has 55+ yard range.  His kickoffs are strong.  He averaged 65+ yards, with 4.0+ hang time.  He was also impressive punting the football.  He is an experienced player that is going to be a great addition to a 4-year college program.

Punt Champion
Hoyoung Sohn (2018, OR) – Hoyoung is an impressive all around specialist.  He has an explosive leg and kicks with great confidence.  He has 50+ yard range on field goals.  His drives his kickoffs into the endzone.  And he is a capable punter.  On this day, he won the punt competition by staying consistent and showing he can hit a big ball at times.  Hoyoung is a strong senior prospect that has all the tools to compete at the next level.  Look for him to do very well in Las Vegas in January.

Class of 2018 Standouts: Kyle Sentkowski, Cory Davis, Daniel Garcia, Holden Kooiker, Hoyoung Sohn, Jared March, Paul Hurt

Class of 2019 Standouts: David Eisenkraft, Jack Clayville, Dillon Dennis, Blake Hall, Leo Cunningham, Griffin Cummins, Hayden Skiba, Matthew Hoffman, Max Chandler, Tanner Shattuck, Nick Kokich

Class of 2020 Standouts: Sam Stephenson, Jed Michael, Garrett Craig

Class of 2021 Standouts: Cade Lujan, Jay Kartub

The road to Vegas XXXI continues with stops in Los Angeles, CA (October 29) Dallas, TX (November 12) Charlotte, NC (November 19) Atlanta, GA (December 3) Phoenix, AZ (December 11) Massillon, OH (December 17) & Los Angeles, CA (January 6). The largest kicking, punting & long snapping camp in the World…. Vegas XXXI will take place January 12-14, 2018. Want to be a part of it? Visit ChrisSailerKicking.com for more information.

Kyle Sentkowski is a top national junior college prospect.

 

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Get Ready for the 2017 Season, Fall Camps & Vegas XXXI

The 2017 Summer was a great success for Chris Sailer Kicking, Chris Sailer Kicking Staff & Chris Sailer Kicking Students. I think it is safe to say that we are all prepared and beyond excited for the upcoming season. The months of August & September should be dedicated to focusing on the season and helping your team win games. Remember to train smart! Watch your rep count and utilize drills and video to maximize your season production. Know that I am always a simple text or email away. Let me know how your season is going and don’t be afraid to ask questions.

LESSONS!

Chris Sailer Kicking Staff is always available for private and group lessons. Make sure that you stay sharp. Here are Chris Sailer Kicking’s best that are always available. Many will travel to areas outside of their home base.

Kicking / Punting
Carson Wiggs (Texas): 214-477-0067

Obi (Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, East Coast): 706-627-5111

Erik Folk (California): 818-585-9907

Joey Cejudo (California): 909-226-6042

Nacho Brache (California): 818-415-3498

Chris Nendick (Midwest): 630-730-7181

Drew Basil (Ohio): 740-703-2600

Punting
Aaron Perez (California): 818-321-6750

*** Lessons are available in other locations as well (Text Chris Sailer 818-209-8921)

VIRTUAL LESSONS!

No matter your location, you can now have lessons with a Chris Sailer Kicking Instructor! Click HERE to see the different packages available to make you the best Kicker/Punter you can be!

FALL CAMPS!

With each regional camp, a registered Kicker/Punter will get on field instruction, film review, a YouTube film, a Chris Sailer Kicking shirt, a player profile and the most exposure possible for a Kicker/Punter. The overall champion of each camp will receive FREE admission to Vegas XXXI.

Chris Sailer Kicking will be at the following locations….
October 8th – New Jersey
October 22nd – Seattle, Washington
October 29th – Los Angeles, California
November 12th – Dallas, Texas
November 19th – Charlotte, North Carolina
December 3rd – Atlanta, Georgia
December 10th – Phoenix, Arizona
December 17th – Massilon, Ohio
January 7th – Los Angeles, California (Vegas Prep Camp)

Register HERE

UNLIMITED CAMPS!
You asked for it, you got it. Chris Sailer Kicking is now offering unlimited camps for one price. This means you can go to any/all regional camps and both Vegas Events for one total price! You can find out more information on this offer HERE.

VEGAS XXXI
Get ready for Vegas XXXI (January 12-14, 2017). Well over 600 specialists (8th Grade, High School, Junior College and 4-year Transfers) will travel to Las Vegas for the largest exposure camp in the World. This camp is open to ALL specialists on a first come first serve basis. The experience will pay off for players of all ages and skill levels.

Expect greatness! To be the best, train and compete with the best. #TeamSailer Visit ChrisSailerKicking.com for more details and registration information.

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