2018 GA Summer Camp Recap – James Williams Wins Again!

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Camp Tour is now in full stride. The most recent stop was in Atlanta, GA on Sunday July 1st. This region of the country is always loaded with talent. The current #1 Kicker and #1 Punter in the nation in the Class of 2019 come from this regional camp. The future continues to look bright with talented specialists from GA, TN, AL, AR, MS and more. Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp ChampionJames Williams (2020, GA)
James continues to prove that he is a legitimate D1 scholarship pick. The current #2 Kicker in the nation and #1 Punter in the nation in the Class of 2020 was once again dominant. He won both major field goal competitions with his tremendous accuracy and range. He never missed a kick in competition including several kicks of 50+ yards. James hits a big time D1 ball on both field goal and kickoff. He is also impressive as a Punter. The TOP 12 Camp selection has and will continue to impress college coaches. Look from James to be one of the very first specialists offered a scholarship in his class.

Kickoff ChampionSam Contorno (2019, AL)
Sam was impressive in all areas of his game from start to finish. He won the kickoff competition by averaging 65+ yards with 3.9+ hang time. His best ball measured nearly 70 yards with 4.0 hang time. He was also a major factor in the field goal competitions. He hits a pure ball off the ground and easily has 50+ yard range. Sam also proved that he is a legitimate punting prospect. He is a fine young man that is going to make a great addition to a college football program.

Punt ChampionJack Martin (2019, AL)
Jack is an excellent punting prospect. He is a great looking athlete with and explosive leg. He won both major punt competitions by averaging 40+ yards with solid hang time. The ball jumps off his foot and he has only scratched the surface of what he is capable of. The lefty has the tools and ability to take his game to any college level with continued hard work. Look for Jack to impress college coaches over the course of the next year and pick up offers.

Class of 2019 Standouts: Sam Contorno, Jack Martin, Matthew Rigney, Mason Lowell, Brandon Ferguson, Luke Lynn, Collin Hartley, Weston Landry, Caden Davis, Collin Tamas, Jack Westbrook.

Class of 2020 Standouts: James Williams, Connor Ammon, Nolan McCord, Drew Bookman, Hayden Olsen, Albert Jang, Lane Gilchrest, Luke Jenkins, Jonathan Burks, Kade Loggins, Tabor Miller, Hunter Grepiotis.

Class of 2021 Standouts: Andres Borregales, Drake Tabor, Connor Wood, Nathan Ellisor, Daniel Bethel, Peyton Engel.

Future Star: Harry Wikoff

Chris Sailer Kicking will next make stops in Chicago, IL (July 9), Rock Hill, SC (July 11-12, FBU Top Gun) – Chris Sailer Kicking will select specialists at this camp for the Adidas Freshman All-American Game, the U.S. Army All-America Bowl & the Polynesian All-America Bowl, Los Angeles, CA (July 14-15, College Camp), Los Angeles, CA (July 16-18, TOP 12 Camp), Los Angeles, CA (July 19-20, Underclassmen Invitational), & Dallas, TX (July 22). For more information and to register, visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com

GA Champions: James Williams, Jack Martin & Sam Contorno #TeamSailer

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2018 CA Summer Camp Recap – Petruescu Dominates!

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Tour got off to a fantastic start in Los Angeles, CA on Thursday June 28th. As always, the west region of the country provided no shortage of talent. On a near perfect day in 80 degree temperature many of the nation’s best kickers and punters put on an impressive performance. Athletes from over 10 states were in attendance ranging from CA to AZ to UT to GA. Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp ChampionBrandon Petruescu (2019, CA)
The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking Kicker had a breakthrough performance. He was absolutely on fire from start to finish. He came in to with a distinct focus and it paid off. During the morning session, he won the last man standing field goal competition and also earned a 2018 TOP 12 Wild Card spot in doing so. He also won the Kickoff Competition with a winning kick of 74 yards with 3.90 hang time. In the finals, he nailed a 50 yard field goal with ease to win it all. Brandon has proven that he can compete at any college level. He has a bright future.

Field Goal Champion – Everett Hayes (2019, CA)
Everett had an impressive first camp with Chris Sailer Kicking. He kicks with excellent technique and consistency and proved very quickly that he can handle pressure. He won the field goal competition by going 7-7 with a long of 55 yards. Everett also did very well on kickoff averaging 65+ yards with 4.0+ hang time. He is a great kicker that is going to do an excellent job at the college level. Big things ahead for this talented specialist.

Punt ChampionWill Ferrin (2019, UT)
Will continues to prove that he is one of the best combo (K/P) players in America. This was now his third straight strong showing at a Chris Sailer Kicking camp. During the morning session, he earned a TOP 12 Wild Card spot by defeating a few of the best specialists from CA head to head. He won the Punt Competition by averaging 45+ yards, with 4.4+ hang time. He is also impressive on kickoff. Will is an outstanding D1 kicking and punting prospect. I look forward to seeing what the future holds.

Take a look at the FINALS ROUND:

Junior College Standouts: Ricardo Quintero, Tanner Carcama, JP Rybus, Triston Brown, Daniel Garcia.

Class of 2019 Standouts: Brandon Petruescu, Will Ferrin, Everett Hayes, Charlie Mendes, Cameron Sharafatian, Bryce Peters, Brandon Talton, Chris Vartanian, Dean Janikowski, Dylan Orr, Ethan Schroeder, John Krill, Kevin Aranda, Nicholas Neate, Nico Villamizar, Cameron Walker, Brandon Gonzalez, Collin Tamas,

Class of 2020 Standouts: Ronan Donnelly, Sam Stephenson, RJ Lopez, Archie Green, Derek Roah, Nick Hill, Anthony Meader, AJ McCarroll, Cole Thompson, Ben Reade, Julien Ramos, Michael McCallister.

Class of 2021 Standouts: Brayden Blevins, Conor Cummins, Seth Ponce, Christopher Salerno, Max Gordon, Michael DeMirjyn, Richie Brutto, Spencer Wilson.

Future Stars: Jaiden Espadas, Alexander Colon, Joshua Leff, Lucas Clanton

Chris Sailer Kicking will next make stops in Charlotte, NC (June 30), Atlanta, GA (July 1), Chicago, IL (July 9), Rock Hill, SC (July 11-12, FBU Top Gun) – Chris Sailer Kicking will select specialists at this camp for the Adidas Freshman All-American Game, the U.S. Army All-America Bowl & the Polynesian All-America Bowl, Los Angeles, CA (July 14-15, College Camp), Los Angeles, CA (July 16-18, TOP 12 Camp), Los Angeles, CA (July 19-20, Underclassmen Invitational), & Dallas, TX (July 22). For more information and to register, visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com

CA Champions: Everett Hayes, Will Ferrin & Brandon Petruescu

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2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Opportunities

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Tour was an incredible success culminating with a tremendous Vegas XXXII Event.  Now that the dust is beginning to settle, the question is… what next?  Chris Sailer Kicking has a huge 2018 Summer Schedule planned.  Here is my advice!

Class of 2019 & Junior College Prospects
June: Attend 3-5 college camps.  These are camps put on by the Universities themselves and are essentially tryouts.  I cannot stress enough, go to camps that fit your athletic and academic skill set.  DO NOT overdo it and attend too many of these camps.  Avoid poor performances do to fatigue and worse yet injuries.

Late June, July & August: Attend the following camps…
June 28 – Los Angeles, CA 1-Day Camp
June 30 – Charlotte, NC 1-Day Camp
July 1 – Atlanta, GA 1-Day Camp
July 9 – Chicago, IL 1-Day Camp
July 22 – Dallas, TX 1-Day Camp
August 5 – Honolulu, HI 1-Day Camp

*Attend 2 of these camps.  1) Attend the camp in your region. 2) Attend a camp outside of your region.  Compete with others outside of your comfort zone and take the time to visit colleges in that area.  Get experience traveling and getting to know another part of the country.  This will go a long way in helping you making your college choice when that times comes.  As a rising senior or junior college prospect this will greatly benefit you.

July 11-12 – TOP GUN in Rock Hill, SC.  This is your chance to try out to become a U.S. Army All-American or a Polynesian Bowl All-American.  At this camp, I will be selecting 2 Kickers and 2 Punters for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl (The largest and most prestigious All-American Game in the world).  I will also be selecting 2 K/P’s for the Polynesian Bowl (The fastest rising All-American Game to be played in Hawaii).  Chris Sailer Kicking rankings WILL be adjusted from the results of this camp.

TO REGISTER CALL: 973-366-5027

July 16-18 – TOP 12 (Invite Only Camp) in Los Angeles, CA.  If you have been invited to this camp, this is a no-brainer.  You are part of the most exclusive specialist club in the world!

So…. your recommended plan is: 3-5 College Camps, TWO 1-Day CSK Regional Camp & TOP GUN!

Classes of 2020 & 2021 Prospects

June: Attend 1 (max 2) College Camps.  These camps are 99% intended to scout and evaluate the Class of 2019.  You are going simply for experience.  Unless you are a 5-Star, Top 5 nationally ranked CSK prospect, I would highly recommend waiting for these camps until you are a rising senior.  I recommend going to 1 college camp simply to get experience.  Focus your energy and resources on camps that will help get you prepared.

Late June, July & August: Attend the following camps…
June 28 – Los Angeles, CA 1-Day Camp
June 30 – Charlotte, NC 1-Day Camp
July 1 – Atlanta, GA 1-Day Camp
July 9 – Chicago, IL 1-Day Camp
July 22 – Dallas, TX 1-Day Camp
August 5 – Honolulu, HI 1-Day Camp

*Attend the camp in your region. Possible consider attending an additional regional camp outside of your area to compete with others outside of your comfort zone and take the time to visit colleges in that area. Get experience traveling and getting to know another part of the country.

July 19-20 – The 2018 Underclassmen Invitational in Los Angeles, CA.  This is best camp that you will ever attend during your time in High School.  This camp is as much for the parents as it is for the players.  If you get invited to this camp, this is the CAN’T MISS camp of the summer.  Instruction, competition, rankings, seminars, friendships and fun.  Get ready for greatness!

So…. your recommended plan is: 1 (max 2) College Camps, ONE 1-Day CSK Regional Camp (possible 2) & the 2018 Underclassmen Invitational.

Classes of 2022 & 2023 Prospects

June: Private and Group Training with Chris Sailer Kicking Staff Members.  DO NOT attend College Camps. These are not beneficial for you at this time.  Focus on getting better to prepare for the future.

Late June, July & August: Attend the following camps…
June 28 – Los Angeles, CA 1-Day Camp
June 30 – Charlotte, NC 1-Day Camp
July 1 – Atlanta, GA 1-Day Camp
July 9 – Chicago, IL 1-Day Camp
July 22 – Dallas, TX 1-Day Camp
August 5 – Honolulu, HI 1-Day Camp

*Attend the camp in your region.

July 11-12 – TOP GUN in Rock Hill, SC. This is your chance to become an Adidas Freshman All-American (Class of 2022).  I will be selecting 2 K/P’s to participate in this incredible game at TOP GUN.  If you are in the Class of 2022 this is a can’t miss.  For all other youth players (2023 and younger): we feature a youth division at this camp which is unique to any other camp that we run.  This is an incredible opportunity to improve your skills and have fun with others your age.

TO REGISTER CALL: 973-366-5027

July 19-20 – The 2018 Underclassmen Invitational in Los Angeles, CA. This is best camp that you will ever attend during your time in High School. This camp is as much for the parents as it is for the players. If you get invited to this camp, this is the CAN’T MISS camp of the summer. Instruction, competition, rankings, seminars, friendships and fun. Get ready for greatness!

So…. your recommended plan is: private and group training, ONE 1-Day CSK Regional Camp, TOP GUN & The 2018 Underclassmen Invitational.

TO REGISTER FOR SUMMER CAMPS, CLICK HERE

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2018 TX Spring Camp Recap – Rauschenberg Dominates!

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour is nearing its end. One of the final stops prior to Vegas XXXII was made in Dallas, TX on Sunday April 29. This location has been one of the most talented for many years now. Three TOP 12 camp invitees were in attendance and several others will be in contention come May 12-13 in Las Vegas. There was a fantastic blend of experienced CSK veterans and impressive newcomers. All in all, once again well over 100 specialists were in attendance ready to learn and compete. Take a look at the results.

Reed Kieny, Noah Rauschenberg, Nick Hill

Overall Camp ChampionNoah Rauschenberg (2019, OK)
Noah stepped up with a dominating performance in Dallas. The Chris Sailer Kicking veteran was on fire in all areas of his game from start to finish. On this day he won 2 of the 4 major competitions. He went 6-6 on field goal with a long of 60 yards to win the first field goal competition. He won the kickoff competition by averaging over 70 yards with 3.8+ hang time. His best ball measured 82 yards with 3.9 hang time (wind aided). He was also a punt finalist. Noah didn’t miss a kick in the finals round proving to all that he is a major D1 prospect.

Field Goal ChampionReed Kieny (2020, TX)
Reed had his best camp yet with Chris Sailer Kicking. He continues to get stronger and stronger and is growing in confidence with each camp he attends. He won the second major field goal competition by hitting 6 consecutive field goals with a long of 57 yards. Reed also impressed on kickoffs. He is on his way to a bright college future with continued hard work. Look for Reed to compete with the best in his class the next few years.

Punt ChampionNick Hill (2020, CA)
Nick is a talented combo (K/P) prospect. He is a great looking athlete with a live leg. He focused on punting at this particular camp and it paid off. He averaged near 40 yards with 4.0+ hang time. Nick also showed the ability to hit 45+ yard punts with 4.4+ hang time. He won the major punting competition by staying consistent and outlasting a talented field. Nick has the potential to one day compete as both a kicker and punter at the college level.

Top 2018 ProspectAlex Stadhaus (2018, TX)
The recent USC commit was stellar once again. Coming off a huge 2018 fall with Chris Sailer Kicking, he was dominant again in Dallas. He excels most on kickoffs where he averages 70+ yards with 4.0+ hang time. He also has the tools to compete at the next level on field goal. Alex is a hard work with a great head on his shoulders with a bright college future.

Top NewcomerJoseph McFadden (2021, TX)
Joseph stood out immediately. He has a huge leg for his age and was competing with rising seniors with ease. He already hits a college level ball on field goal off the ground. Joseph also shows he can hit a big time kickoff. This is a name you will be hearing for years to come. I am excited to see what his future holds with Chris Sailer Kicking. He has the tools to be special.

2019 Prospects: Noah Rauschenberg, Carson Garrett, Bijan Nichols, Alex Felkins, Josh Plaster, Daniel Esparza (JC), Austin Dennis, Aleric Hernandez, Mason Lowell, Justin Seay, Austin Rychlik, Brady Obholz, Cameron Baller, Eathan Bernard, Javier Castillo, JK Martin, Cole Schroeder, Josh McCoy, Joshua Vela, Landry Poppen, Matthew Heffernan, Logan Lupo, Sam Younger, Steven Opella, Trevor Robertson, Reagan Mowery, Alan Guerrieri, Camden Brodersen, Pedro Yeverino, Blake McDoulett, Ty Warwick

2020 Prospects: Reed Kieny, Nick Hill, Reis Vernon, Hayden Riggins, Arturo Ramirez, Conor Wallace, James Griffith, JC Smith, Tabor Allen, Aidan Schiefer, Carlos Villagomez, Evan Anderson, Nico Ledesma, Colby McBerty

2021 Prospects: Bert Auburn, Joseph McFadden, Francisco Castillo, Ethan Spearman, Keaton Huff, Ty Reid, Nick Rhinehart, Brayden Blevins, Jordan Wallace, Luke Reynolds

Future Stars: Harry Wikoff, Brody Patrick

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour finishes up that Sunday in Los Angeles, CA (May 6) and concludes with the big finale in Las Vegas on May 12-13, 2018. To more information and to register for future camps, visit ChrisSailerKicking.com

Then get ready for the summer of 2018….

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2018 IL Spring Camp Recap, Massick Impresses!

The Chris Sailer Kicking 2018 IL Spring Camp Tour continued with a stop in Chicago, IL on Saturday April 7th. Specialists from over 15 states were in attendance in one of the most competitive regional camps to date. Over a dozen specialists proved that they have a legitimate shot at making TOP 12 next month at Vegas XXXII (May 12-13, 2018). Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp ChampionSam Massick (2020, OH)
Sam had of the most impressive camp performances at a 2018 Spring Camp to date. He won both of the major field goal competitions against 60+ competitors. Sam went a perfect 12-12 with a long of 55 yards. He also nailed a 50 yard field goal under intense pressure in the finals. Sam continues to prove that he is a top national prospect in the Class of 2020. Look for Sam to dominate Vegas XXXII and challenge for a TOP 12 spot.

Kickoff ChampionChris Van Eekeran (2019, IN)
The Chris Sailer Kicking 2-Time TOP 12 Camp Invitee had another strong day in Chicago. He won the kickoff competition by averaging over 70 yards a kick with 3.7+ hang time. He was also excellent on both field goal and punt. Chris is one of the top 2019 prospects in the nation without a doubt. Look for him to have a huge off season impressing college coaches around the nation. He is a big time D1 prospect.

Punt ChampionHunter Renner (2020, IN)
The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking combo specialist (K/P) had his best camp performance by far. He won the punt competition by averaging 40+ yards with 4.3+ hang time. He also hit multiple balls 50+ yards with 4.6+ hang time. Hunter was also strong on both field goal and kickoff. This camp should prove to be a game changer for Hunter. He is now a top combo prospect in the nation for the Class of 2020.

Hunter Renner, Chris Van Eekeran & Sam Massick

Top 2018 ProspectBrandon Eickert (IL)
Brandon proved once again that he is ready for the collegiate level. He has a strong leg and kicks with excellent technique and consistency. Brandon has 50+ yard range off the ground on field goal. His kickoffs measure 60 yards with 3.5+ hang time. He is also strong mentally and does well under pressure. He is a fine young man that is going to make a nice addition to any college football program.

2019 Prospects: Chris Van Eekeran, Asa Kempton, Ben Freehill, Ben Packer, Michael O’Shaughnessy, Mason Lowell, Dylan Hillger, Carter LaCoursiere, Dmitri Shpak, Garrett Childers, Graham Dable, Tom Foley, Jack Ierulli, Griffin Cummins, Jared Wheatley, Joey Mitchell, Joseph Stoll, Kyle Farfsing, Luke Barresi, Mason Molique, Jack Takerian, Patrick Ayala, Tony Benish, Tyler Bachara, Logan Schmidt, Brendan Latham, Colin Scherry, Connor Seely, Jackson Welsch, Jax Egan, John Copeland, Zaden Webber, Zachary DeRoeck

2020 Prospects: Sam Massick, Hunter Renner, Cameron Shirkey, JJ Wadas, Jack Olsen, Jacob Moraschinelli, Marshall Meeder, Alex Brots, Ben Reppenhagen, Gabe Sirek, Cade Backe, Daniel Cristiani

2021 Prospects: Ivan Shuran, Tyler Rosselli, Derek Bass, Joseph Polina, Jack Dummer

Future Stars: Colby Bullock, Mason Gessert, Ryan O’Grady

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour continues with camps in Atlanta, GA (April 22), Dallas, TX (April 29), New Jersey (April 29), Los Angeles, CA (May 6) and concludes with the big finale in Las Vegas on May 12-13, 2018. To more information and to register for future camps, visit ChrisSailerKicking.com

Then get ready for a tremendous 2018 Summer Schedule!

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2018 NC Spring Camp Recap – Nolan Parris Steps Up!

The road to Vegas XXXII is hitting stride as athletes from around the nation are preparing. The most recent camp on the 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour took place in Charlotte on March 11th. North Carolina has become a hotbed for kickers, punters & long snappers over the past decade. Camden Lewis, Ben Kiernan & Evan Davis ‭of NC have already earned invitations to the TOP 12 Camp and many others will have a real shot coming up in Las Vegas this May. Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp Champion
Nolan Parris (2019, NC) – The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student is really starting to come into his own. He shows great ability in all 3 skills (field goal, kickoff & punt). On this day he won the field goal completion by staying smooth and consistent all day and showing he had 50+ yard range off the ground. Nolan is a fantastic prospect that should dominate Vegas XXXII and challenge for a TOP 12 spot.

Kickoff Champion
George Georgopoulos (2018, SC) – George has had a tremendous run with Chris Sailer Kicking over the past 6 months. He was the Kickoff Champion at the 2017 NC Fall Camp. He followed that up by winning the overall Punt Championship at Vegas XXXI. Then signed a full scholarship with UMASS as a much deserved reward for his performances and abilities. He dominated kickoffs once again in NC and continues to prove that he will be special at the next level.

Punt Champion
Jonn Young (Transfer, NC) – Jonn is a punter that is transferring from West Virginia where he was on full scholarship. He still has 4 to play 4 and should be eligible immediately. The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student and former TOP 12’er & Vegas Punt Champion is a fantastic prospect. He is the compete package as a punter. His hands and footwork are clean, he is a smooth and consistent performer, he can directional punt with ease & he shows the ability to hit a big ball. He will make a fine addition to any college football program.

Top 2018 Prospects: George Georgopoulos, Jonn Young, Timo Bronn, Jimmy Chambers.

Top 2019 Prospects: Camden Lewis, Nolan Parris, Jason Stricker, Patrick Nations, Collin Smith, Avery Musick, Hunter Benton, Devin Baldwin, Jeremiah Kim, Logan Lupo, Justin Johnson, Mills Herlong, Will Griggs, Landon Fogleman, Brandon Dickerson, Avery Funderburk, Andrew Jenkins, Creed Ramsey, John Price, Lance Calcutt, Ryan Kasper, Zachary Baber.

Top 2020 Prospects: Holt Cloninger, Noah Burnette, Andrew Brown, Aidan Clark, Austin Browning, JonMichael Elliott, Luke Mickan, Tanner Robbins, Edward Dellinger, Henry Bishop, Jared Griffith, Jackson Kennedy.

Top 2021 Prospects: Zane Smith, Bailey Owens, Ayden McCarter, Brady Aldridge, Bryan Francis, Landon Knepp, Hunter Crupe IV.

Future Stars: Zane Davis, Cole Jordan.

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour continues with camps in Seattle, WA (March 18), New Jersey (March 25), Phoenix, AZ (March 25), Chicago, IL (April 7), Atlanta, GA (April 22), Los Angeles, CA (May 6) and concludes with the big finale in Las Vegas on May 12-13, 2018. To more information and to register for future camps, visit ChrisSailerKicking.com

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2018 CA Spring Camp Recap – Seth Vernon Wins It!

The road to Vegas XXXII has officially begun. The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour started in Los Angeles, CA on March 4. Well over 100 specialists representing over 10 states were in attendance at Notre Dame High School. The talent was off the charts. This camp was a great indication of how fierce the competition to make TOP 12 in Las Vegas is going to be in May. Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp Champion
Seth Vernon (JC, CA) – Seth is an incredibly talented athlete. The 6’5”, 215 pound punter showed incredible potential from start to finish. He shows the ability to hit a big time D1 punt and became more and more consistent as the day went along. He won the camp by nailing 9 of out of 10 punts 40+ yards with 4.4 plus hang time in the finals round. He hit several balls 50+ yards with 5.0 plus hang time. Seth should be the #1 junior college punting prospect in the nation in the Class of 2019.

Field Goal Champions
Ronan Donnelly (2020, CA) – Ronan had an outstanding all around day. He was smooth and accurate on field goals and got great height on his ball off the ground. He also showed that he can hit a D1 level kickoff. His best ball measured 68 yards with 4.08 hang time. Ronan has proven that he is a top national kicking prospect in the Class of 2020. Big things are ahead for this young athlete.

Harry Hill (2019, HI) – Harry was one of the very best kickers in attendance once again. He recently won a major field goal competition in Las Vegas and followed that up with another one in CA. He hits a pure ball and is one of the most consistent performers in the nation. Harry is also strong on kickoffs. Look for Harry to dominate Vegas XXXII in May and should challenge for a TOP 12 spot.

Kickoff Champion
Andrew Rodriguez (JC, CA) – The long time Chris Sailer Kicking Kicker/Punter was solid as usual. He won the kickoff competition by hitting 4 kickoffs 65+ yards with 3.8 – 4.1 hang time. He was also one of the best field goal kickers and did a nice job punting the ball. He is a top junior college prospect that is eligible to transfer now and still has 4 years to play 3. He is going to make a fine addition to any college football program.

Class of 2018/JC Top Prospects
Seth Vernon, Andrew Rodriguez, Clay D’Amico, Carson Olivas, Jared Porter, Con Brady, Andros Pedroza, Dominic Cea

Class of 2019 Top Prospects
Harry Hill, Brandon Petruescu, Cade Fuller, Carson Sten, Dean Janikowski, Dylan Orr, Jack Oswald, Charles Bein, Justin Huff, Nick Kokich, Nico Villamizar, Colton Theaker, Enrico Hernandez, Jack Bosman, Jacob Lang, Nicholas Neate, Ramiro Hernandez

Class of 2020 Top Prospects
Ronan Donnelly, Anthony Raya, Archie Green, Fabien Guillen, Nick Hill, Miles, Mena, Keola Downing, Luke Holland, Nate Miskella, Otis Cain, Rourke Rieman, Santiago Garcia-Mendez

Class of 2021 Future Stars
Adam Awaida, Alec Silver, Carson Irvin, Matthew Sailer, Ian Sepko, Jarrett North, Julius Juang, Michael Pernisco, Nick Tawney, Sebastian Conway-Burt, Seth Ponce

Youth Standouts: Jaden Espadas, Ryan Sailer

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour continues with camps in Charlotte, NC (March 11), Seattle, WA (March 18), New Jersey (March 25), Phoenix, AZ (March 25), Chicago, IL (April 7), Atlanta, GA (April 22), Los Angeles, CA (May 6) and concludes with the big finale in Las Vegas on May 12-13, 2018. To more information and to register for future camps, visit ChrisSailerKicking.com

Take a look at the incredible Finals Round Footage:

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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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