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

5 Easy Tips For The Class of 2019 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 2019 (K/P) have made college commitments.  Less than 10% of the class of 2019 (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 means 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 XXXIII (January 19-20, 2019).  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.

THIS IS WHAT VEGAS LOOKS LIKE! SEE YOU THERE….

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2018 CA Fall Camp Recap – Corey Lewis Comes Up Big!

The road to Vegas XXXIII continued with a massive camp in Los Angeles, CA. Over 150 specialists from 10 plus states gathered to learn and compete at the highest level. The weather was absolutely perfect and the competitions were intense. Take a look at the results…

Overall Camp Champion – Corey Lewis (JC, CA)
Corey was phenomenal all day long. He is a top 5 national junior college combo prospect without a doubt. He has big time leg strength and competes with great confidence. On this day he won the kickoff competition by averaging 70+ yards, with 3.9 – 4.15 hang time. His field goals were equally impressive. Corey is also a strong punter. He is ready for the D1 level without a doubt. Offer Now!!!

Corey Lewis, CA Champion

Field Goal Champion – Cavan Leonardo (2019, OH)
Cavan was fantastic from start to finish. He won the field competition by going 8-9 with a long of 54 yards. He hit over 90% of his field goals on the day and showed fantastic range off the ground. His kickoffs were also strong. The first time Chris Sailer Kicking camper proved very quickly that he is a D1 prospect. He has the tools to compete anywhere and will be a fine addition to a college program.

Punt Champion – Ryan Sanborn (2019, CA)
The Stanford commit, TOP 12 Member, 2019 All-American Bowl Selection, Vegas Champion & TOP 12 Camp Champion added another victory to his resume. Ryan averaged 45+ yards with 4.5 second hang time on punt. He also dominated on both field goal and kickoff. Ryan is one of the most consistent all around performers we have every had. He has a bright future with Stanford.

Punt Champion – Chris Bartolic (JC, CA)
Chris had an outstanding day. He is a great looking athlete with an explosive leg. He was victorious on punt by averaging 45+ yards with 4.3+ hang time. His best balls top 50 yards with 4.6+ hang time. He is a very consistent junior college punter that has all the tools to take his game to the next level. Look for Chris to compete with the best of the best at Vegas XXXIII and turn the heads of college coaches.

Ryan Sanborn, Corey Lewis, Chris Bartolic & Cavan Leonardo

Class of 2019 Standouts: Corey Lewis, Ryan Sanborn, Cavan Leonardo, Chris Bartolic, Jaime Medina, Clay D’Amico, Colton Theaker, Chris Wood, Collin Tamas, Dean Janikowski, Everett Hayes, Enrico Hernandez, Jake Calver, Jason White, Micah Hertz, Nick Kokich, Ramzee Jaridly, Aaron Rodriguez, Tanner Carcamo, Christian Lopez, Everardo Guzman, Harrison Hobson, Jonathan Borashan, Matt Ganyard, Michael Shahidi, William Romero, Nicholas Lawson, Cameron Sharafatian, Triston Brown

Class of 2020 Standouts: Race Mahlum, Ronan Donnelly, Angelo Vescovi, Anthony Raya, Archie Green, Ben D’Aquilla, Cameron Simons, Cole Thompson, Derek Roah, Luke Holland, Miles Mena, Ryan Eggley, Santiago Garcia-Mendez, Michael McCallister, Nick Hill, Andy Kozanian, Damon Lewis, Dylan Talkington, Zeke Mata, Wyatt Hawkins

Class of 2021 Standouts: Andrew Meono, Brett Jenson, Bryan Ryks, Christopher Salerno, Micah Pettit, Richie Brutto, Sebastian Conway-Burt, Thomas Southey, Adam Babb, Adrian Ochoa, Brenden Segovia, Brett Hom, Jarrett Reeser, Ryan Smith, Ty Morrison

Class of 2022 Standouts: Aidan Petruescu, Braydn Ritchie, Ryan Sailer, Noah Perez, Shane Nelson

Future Star: Matthew Verdiell

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Fall Camp Tour will continue with stops in Dallas, TX (November 18), Atlanta, GA (December 2), Phoenix, AZ (December 2), Chicago, IL (December 9) & Los Angeles , CA (January 13). The road all leads to Las Vegas, NV for Vegas XXXIII where the world’s best will compete for an in invitation to the prestigious TOP 12 camp. For more information on the above recruits and future camp information visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com

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2018 WA Fall Camp Recap – Kyle Sentkowski Dominates!

Chris Sailer Kicking traveled to Seattle, WA for the largest camp to date in the Northwest. Nearly 60 Kickers & Punters participated in this very popular growing camp. The weather was ideal once the competitions began and the results were impressive. Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp Champion: Kyle Sentkowski (JC, CA)
The long time Chris Sailer Kicking and 3-Time TOP 12 Camp Invitee was absolutely dominant. He won the kickoff competition on this day by averaging 70+ yards with 3.8-4.10 hang time. Kyle was also fantastic on field goal. He made 85% of his kicks and once again showed range of up to 60 yards. Kyle has proven on a consistent basis that he is ready for the next level. He is going to be a great player for a college football program.

Kyle Sentkowski, OFFER NOW!!!

Field Goal Champion: Micah Hertz (2019, CA)
Micah put on his best performance by far at Chris Sailer Kicking camp. He has developed into a fantastic college kicking and punting prospect. On this day he won the field goal competition by going 8-8 and hitting from as deep 55 yards out. His kickoffs are solid. Micah also does a nice job punting the football. Micah has the tools to challenge at both positions at the next level.

Punt Champion: Nick Kokich (2019, WA)
Nick is another long time Chris Sailer Kicking K/P that is really starting to come into his own. He was clearly one of the most talented punters in attendance. He averaged 40+ yards with 4.4+ hang time. His best ball measured 50 yards with 4.8 hang time. Nick is also a talented kicker. I project him as a P/KO specialist at the next level. He is a fine young man that has a bright future ahead of him.

Nick Kokich, Micah Hertz, Kyle Sentkowski

Class of 2019 Standouts: Kyle Sentkowski, Micah Hertz, Nick Kokich, Alex Koga, Carter Pierce, Carter Shane, Dan Stewart, Gavin Dalziel, Jeff Nelson, Kurtis Delen, Nicholas Charles, Blake Hall, Bryce Kamrath, Daniel Garcia, Dillon Dennis, Griffin Cummins, Leo Cunningham, Logan Gilley

Class of 2020 Standouts: Ben DeVries, Colten Plieth, Daniel Yoon, Jed Michael, Joshua Villarino, Kaeo Rezentes, Nathan Gerde, Reid Little, Ryan Curran, Sam Stephenson, Arturo Ledesma, Connor Davis, Matt Torres

Class of 2021 Standouts: Cade Lujan, Francisco Castillo, James Werth, Zachary Moore, Gavin Dalziel, Jack McCallister, Nate Moore, Nathan Vani, Nik Bastian

Class of 2022 Standouts: Spencer King, Joseph Cutter, Marcus Merkelbach, Matthew Gerardo, Preston King, Ryan Beighton

Future Stars: Dilan Sadler, Alexander Wright, John Charles, Luke Scoma

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Fall Camp Tour will continue with stops in New Jersey (October 14), Seattle, WA (October 21), Los Angeles, CA (October 28), Dallas, TX (November 18), Atlanta, GA (December 2), Phoenix, AZ (December 2), Chicago, IL (December 9) & Los Angeles , CA (January 13). The road all leads to Las Vegas, NV for Vegas XXXIII where the world’s best will compete for an in invitation to the prestigious TOP 12 camp. For more information on the above recruits and future camp information visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Week 7 College Players of the Week, Cole Tracy & Cody Grace 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 1: Cole Tracy (LSU) 4-4 Field Goals (Long 54), 3-3 Extra Points
Week 2: Brandon Ruiz (Arizona State) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 49), 1-1 Extra Points, Game Winning Field Goal vs. Michigan State
Week 3: Cameron Dicker (Texas) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 46), 4-4 Extra Points
Week 4: Connor Assalley (Iowa State) 4-4 Field Goals (Long 37) 2-2 Extra Points
Week 5: JJ Molson (UCLA) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 50) 1-1 Extra Points
Week 6: Matthew Trickett (Kent State) 4-4 Field Goals (Long 49) 2-2 Extra Points
Week 7: Cole Tracy (LSU) 5-5 Field Goals (Long 39), 3-3 Extra Points

Cole Tracy, LSU

PUNTER
Week 1: Jake Bailey (Stanford) 48.8 Yard Average on 5 Punts (Long 63)
Week 2: Brandon Wright (Georgia State) 56.3 Yard Average on 4 Punts (Long 65)
Week 3: Tyler Newsome (Notre Dame) 59.6 Yard Average on 5 Punts (Long 63)
Week 4: Braden Mann (Texas A&M) 60.8 Yard Average on 5 Punts (Long 65)
Week 5: Drue Christman (Ohio State) 47.9 Yard Average on 9 Punts (Long 58)
Week 6: Braden Mann (Texas A&M) 59.9 Yard Average on 5 Punts (Long 82)
Week 7: Cody Grace (Arkansas State) 45.5 Yard Average on 7 Punts (Long 62)

Cody Grace, Arkansas State

 

50+ Yard Field Goals:
Week 1: Cole Tracy (LSU) 54, Gabriel Rui (Kansas) 54, Daniel LaCamera (Texas A&M) 52, Cole Hedlund (North Texas) 51
Week 2: John Barron II (San Diego State) 52, Cole Tracy (LSU) 50, Tyler Bass (Georgia Southern) 50
Week 3: John Barron II (San Diego State) 54, Nick Madonia (Tennessee Tech) 54
Week 4: Blake Mazza (Washington State) 50, Massimo Biscardi (Coastal Carolina) 50, John Barron II (San Diego State) 50
Week 5: Justin Davidovicz (Rutgers) 52, JJ Molson (UCLA), 50
Week 6: Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia) 53, Cole Hedlund (North Texas) 52
Week 7: Jose Borregales (FIU) 53, Riley Guay (Vanderbilt) 53, Tyler Sumpter (Troy) 50

Lou Groza Award Stars of the Week (3 selected each week)
Week 1: Cole Tracy (LSU), Chase McCrath (USC), Cole Hedlund (North Texas)
Week 2: James Sherman (Texas State)
Week 3: Cole Tracy (LSU)
Week 4: Connor Assalley (Iowa State), John Barron II (San Diego State)
Week 5: None
Week 6: Cameron Dicker (Texas)
Week 7: Cole Tracy (LSU)

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!

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Stats Leaderboard (NFL, College, Junior College & High School, Sailer Award)

Chris Sailer Kicking – 2018 Leaderboard

NFL, College, Junior College, High School & Sailer Award

Chris Sailer Kicking will update the leader boards as the season goes on:
Last Update: 11/14/18

1. Chris Sailer Kicking NFL Leaderboard
*All NFL kickers/punters that have worked with Chris Sailer Kicking Staff

2. Chris Sailer Kicking College Leaderboard (FBS)
*All 4-year college kickers/punters that have worked with Chris Sailer Kicking Staff

3. Chris Sailer Award Leaderboard
*All high school kickers/punters are eligible for the Chris Sailer Award

4. Chris Sailer Kicking High School & Junior College Leaderboard
*All high school & junior college kickers/punters that have worked with Chris Sailer Kicking Staff

NFL Kicking:
Ka’imi Fairbairn (Texans) 19-22 FG’s (Long 54) 33-34 Extra Points
Dustin Hopkins (Redskins) 17-19 FG’s (Long 56) 17-17 Extra Points
Ryan Succop (Titans) 17-20 FG’s (Long 54) 15-15 Extra Points
Justin Tucker (Ravens) 16-18 FG’s (Long 55) 21-22 Extra Points
Jason Sanders (Dolphins) 15-16 FG’s (Long 50) 20-21 Extra Points
Cody Parkey (Bears) 13-18 FG’s (Long 50) 30-32 Extra Points
Dan Bailey (Vikings) 12-15 FG’s (Long 52) 16-17 Extra Points
Chandler Catanzaro (Bucs) 11-15 FG’s (Long 59) 23-27 Extra Points
Randy Bullock (Bengals) 9-11 FG’s (Long 51) 28-29 Extra Points
Georgio Tavecchio (Falcons) 5-5 FG’s (Long 56) 8-8 Extra Points

NFL Punting:
Drew Kaser (Chargers) 48.4
Ryan Allen (Patriots) 46.3
Corey Borjorquez (Bills) 45.1
JK Scott (Packers) 44.5
Bryan Anger (Buccaneers) 44.5
Tress Way (Redskins) 43.9
Bradley Pinion (49ers) 43.5
Colby Wadman (Broncos) 43.3
Logan Cooke (Jaguars) 42.3
Colton Schmidt (Bills) 40.2

College Kicking (14 FG’s or more):
Cole Tracy (LSU) 22-25 FG’s (Long 54) 27-27 Extra Points
Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia) 17-19 FG’s (Long 53) 43-43 Extra Points
Christopher Dunn (NC State) 17-20 (Long 44) 32-32 Extra Points
Jake Verity (East Carolina) 16-18 FG’s (Long 52) 21-22 Extra Points
Cole Hedlund (North Texas) 16-19 FG’s (Long 51) 42-44 Extra Points
John Barron II (San Diego State) 16-19 FG’s (Long 54) 22-22 Extra Points
Luke Logan (Mississippi) 16-21 FG’s (Long 40) 43-44 Extra Points
Evan McPherson (Florida) 11-12 FG’s (Long 48) 25-25 Extra Points
Freeman Jones (North Carolina) 16-23 FG’s (Long 49) 24-24 Extra Points
Peyton Henry (Washington) 14-18 FG’s (Long 41) 32-32 Extra Points
Cameron Dicker (Texas) 14-19 FG’s (Long 52) 40-40 Extra Points

College Punting (Top 12):
Braden Mann (Texas A&M) 51.0
Brandon Wright (Georgia State) 48.6
Oscar Draguicevich (Washington State) 47.6
Stefan Flintoft (UCLA) 46.4
Blake Maimone (Oregon) 46.1
Corey Fatony (Missouri) 44.9
Tyler Newsome (Notre Dame) 44.9
Tommy Townsend (Florida) 44.9
Michael Farkas (Ohio) 44.5
Tyler Sumpter (Troy) 44.5
Joe Schopper (Purdue) 44.2
Quinton Conaway (Nevada) 43.8

Chris Sailer Award Leaders (12 or more FG’s)
Jack Olsen (2020, IL) 22-32 FG’s (Long 48) 28-29 Extra Points
Brock Travelstead (2020, GA) 18-19 FG’s (Long 46) 39-39 Extra Points
Ben Greenberg (2019, MN) 15-18 FG’s (Long 38) 36-38 Extra Points
Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA) 14-17 FG’s (Long 57, 55, 53, 51) 56-56 Extra Points
Talen Rider (2019, AZ) 14-17 FG’s (Long 49) 45-46 Extra Points
John Grist (2019, TX) 14-19 FG’s (Long 45) 33-34 Extra Points
Bryce Peters (2019, AZ) 13-15 FG’s (long 42) 34-39 Extra Points
Will Ferrin (2019, UT) 13-17 FG’s (Long 45) 16-16 Extra Points
Mark Ramos (2019, TX) 13-20 FG’s (Long 43) 37-28 Extra Points
Nate Gard (2020, IN) 13-20 FG’s (Long 42) 33-34 Extra Points
Collin Smith (2019, NC) 13-18 FG’s (Long 53) 36-38 Extra Points

High School / Junior College Field Goals (10 or more FG’s):
22-32 Jack Olsen (2020, IL)
18-19 Brock Travelstead (2020, GA)
14-17 Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)
13-15 Bryce Peters (2019, AZ)
13-17 Will Ferrin (2019, UT)
13-18 Collin Smith (2019, NC)
12-15 Blake Glessner (2020, WA)
12-16 Zaden Weber (2019, TN)
12-16 Jack Westbrook (2019, GA)
12-19 Kyle Thompson (2019, UT)
11-15 Cory Munson (2019, GA)
11-15 Jimmy Lowery (2019, FL)
11-15 Kevin Aranda (2019, CA)
11-16 Jack Tannehill (2021, MS)
11-18 Matthius Dunn (2019, UT)
10-12 Alex Felkins (2019, OK)
10-13 Jude Kelly (2020, GA)
10-13 Cameron Shirkey (2020, OH)
10-14 Caden Davis (2019, TX)
10-14 Drew Chilcoat (2019, TX)
10-14 Lane Gilchrist (2020, AL)
10-15 Colton Theaker (2019, CA)
10-15 Michael Lantz (2019, GA)
10-17 Luke Barresi (2019, IL)
10-17 Peter Delis (2020, CA)
9-9 JT Turner (2019, MI)
9-12 Will Reichard (2019, AL)
9-13 Noah Burnette (2020, NC)

50+ Yard Field Goals:
57 – Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)
57 – James Williams (2020, GA)
57 – Caden Davis (2019, TX)
55 – Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)
55 – Zaden Weber (2019, TN)
54 – Will Reichard (2019, AL)
54David Kemp (2021, KS)
53 – Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)
53 – Everett Hayes (2019, WA)
53 – Bijan Nichols (2019, TX)
53 – Zeke Mata (2020, CA)
53 – Noah Rauschenberg (2019, OK)
53 – Collin Smith (2019, NC)
53 – Cory Munson (2019, GA)
53 – Tommy Christakos (2020, AZ)
52 – Brody Patty (2019, TX)
52 – Brody Patty (2019, TX)
52 – Camden Lewis (2019, NC)
52 – Noah Burnette (2020, NC)
52 – Jared Wheatley (2019, NC)
52 – Colton Theaker (2019, CA)
52 – Zach Hoban (2019, NJ)
52 – Holt Cloninger (2020, NC)
52 – Holt Cloninger (2020, NC)
51 – Zach Hoban (2019, NJ)
51 – Holt Cloninger (2020, NC)
51 – Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)
51 – Jude Kelley (2020, GA)
51 – Jackson Passey (2019, AZ)
50 – David Kemp (2021, KS)
50 – Jason Stricker (2019, NC)
50 – Jason Stricker (2019, NC)
50 – Bert Auburn (2021, TX)
50 – Michael Lantz (2019, GA)
50 – Conor Hunt (2020, HI)
50 – Drew Chilcoat (2019, TX)
50 – Grant Ross (2019, MO)

** Bold = Kicker with multiple 50+ Yard FG’s

Punting (Top 10):
45.1 – Jay Bramblett (2019, AL)
44.7 – Porter Wilson (2019, OH)
44.0 – Jake Marion (2021, NC)
43.9 – Nolan Parris (2019, NC)
43.7 – Matthew Eich (2021, CO)
43.2 – Sam Hogan (2019, NY)
43.0 – Brock Travelstead (2020, GA)
42.3 – Jude Kelly (2020, GA)
42.2 – John McConnell (2021, WV)
42.1 – Asa Kempton (2019, OH)
42.0 – Carson Olivas (JC, CA)

*Stats are submitted personally by individual players or researched via Maxpreps.com Before any awards are given, stats will be double checked through proper resources.

For more information, visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Week 2 College Players of the Week, Brandon Ruiz & Brandon Wright 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 1: Cole Tracy (LSU) 4-4 Field Goals (Long 54), 3-3 Extra Points
Week 2: Brandon Ruiz (Arizona State) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 49), 1-1 Extra Points, Game Winning Field Goal vs. Michigan State

Watch Brandon Ruiz drill the game winning field goal vs. Michigan State: CLICK HERE

Brandon Ruiz, Arizona State

PUNTER
Week 1: Jake Bailey (Stanford) 48.8 Yard Average on 5 Punts (Long 63)
Week 2: Brandon Wright (Georgia State) 56.3 Yard Average on 4 Punts (Long 65)

Brandon Wright, Georgia State

50+ Yard Field Goals:
Week 1: Cole Tracy (LSU) 54, Gabriel Rui (Kansas) 54, Daniel LaCamera (Texas A&M) 52, Cole Hedlund (North Texas) 51
Week 2: John Barron II (San Diego State) 52, Cole Tracy (LSU) 50, Tyler Bass (Georgia Southern) 50

Lou Groza Award Stars of the Week (3 selected each week)
Week 1: Cole Tracy (LSU), Chase McCrath (USC), Cole Hedlund (North Texas)
Week 2: James Sherman (Texas State)

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!

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2018 Chris Sailer Kicking HI Summer Camp Recap… Conor Hunt Wins It!

Chris Sailer Kicking made its final stop on the 2018 Summer Camp Tour in Oahu, HI on Sunday August 5th. All in all Chris Sailer Kicking & Rubio Long Snapping ran 10 camps this summer and worked with over 1,000 specialists. The 5th Annual Chris Sailer Kicking Hawaii Summer Camp was once again a tremendous success. This camp has now featured talented Hawaiian Kickers and Punters such as Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA, Texans), Jet Toner (Stanford), Adam Stack (Oregon), Alex Trifonivitch (Hawaii), Jeffrey Chan (Syracuse), Kekoa Sasoaka (Hawaii), Tim Horn (Washington commit) & more. This year’s group of specialists is just as special. Take a look at the results.

Overall ChampionConor Hunt (2020)
Conor has had a tremendous year with Chris Sailer Kicking. He jumped onto the national scene at Vegas XXXII in May. He then had a big time showing at the Underclassmen Invitational in Los Angeles, CA last month. And followed that up by winning the overall championship in Hawaii. On this day he won the Punt Competition by averaging 40+ yards with 4.3+ hang time. He was also impressive on both field goal and kickoff. Conor stepped in most in the end by defeating Tim Horn in a head to head battle. Conor is now considered a top 5 national combo prospect in the nation.

Field Goal Champion / Kickoff ChampionTim Horn (2019)
Tim has been a mainstay at the top of the Chris Sailer Kicking rankings since his freshman season. He is a special talent that doesn’t come along often. He is currently the #2 ranked kicker in America and has already committed to the University of Washington on full scholarship. He won the Vegas XXXI Overall Kicking Championship (300+ Kickers) in January and was also selected by Chris Sailer Kicking to participate in the 2019 Polynesian Bowl All-American Game. Tim hits a major D1 ball on both field goal and kickoff. On this day he won the field goal competition by going 8-8 with a long of 55 yards. He also easily won the kickoff competition by averaging 70+ yards with 4.1+ hang time.

Conor Hunt & Tim Horn

Class of 2019 Standouts:

Tim Horn: (See Above)

Anthony Tom-Makue: Anthony is an excellent kicker. He is smooth and accurate with 50+ yard range off the ground. He is also solid on kickoff and shows punting potential. College football is in his future.

Kekoa Kuloloia: Kekoa has shown great improvement from camp to camp. He has a college level leg and shows nice future potential. With continued hard work, he will challenge at the next level.

Tyler Udarbe: Tyler is a very good high school kicking prospect. He is smooth and accurate on field goal. He also solid on kickoff. He has the tools to play in college with continued hard work.

Class of 2020 Standouts

Conor Hunt: (See Above)

Quinn Maretzki: Quinn is becoming a top national prospect in the Class of 2020. He hits an excellent ball off the ground on field goal and easily has 50+ yard range. His kickoffs are also very strong.

Kaeo Rezentes: Kaeo had a breakout performance at this camp. He kicked with great confidence and really stepped his game up. He has a bright college future with continued hard work.

Keola Downing: Keola is as solid as they come. He kicks with excellent technique and hits a very consistent ball on both field goal and kickoff. College football is in his future.

Luke Hamocon: Luke is a talented kicking prospect. He has a big leg and shows flashes of what he is capable of. He has shown steady improvement from camp to camp. I expect him to stay on this path.

Cheyden Costa: Cheyden is an excellent kicker. He hits a pure ball on field goal and has 50+ yard range. His kickoffs have also improved tremendously. His game is coming along nicely.

Liam McGehee: Liam did a great job at his first Chris Sailer Kicking camp. He is a natural with nice future potential. His field goals and kickoffs are both solid.

Class of 2021 Standouts:

Kade Yasui: Kade is a great young athlete with an explosive leg. He is still a bit newer to kicking, but the talent is there to enjoy a successful high school career and possibly beyond.

Kaulanaikaleoaukahiokala Navares: Kaulanaikaleoaukahiokala is a natural young kicker. He shows he can hit a very nice ball on both field goal and kickoff. I look forward to helping him develop his game.

Class of 2022 Standout:

Winston Freitas: Winston does a great job for his age. He is an athlete with a strong leg and natural ability. He is showing steady improvement each time we see him.

That concludes the 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Tour. The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Fall Camp Schedule has been posted and is now open for registration. Visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com for more information and to register. To be the best, train & compete with the best. #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 AZ Spring Camp Recap, Janikowski Wins It!

The Road to Vegas XXXII continued with a stop in Phoenix, AZ on Sunday March 25th. This camp continues to grow and bring in more talent each time we visit. There was a great balance of young specialists and older veterans looking to learn and make a name for themselves. The competitions were tight and extremely competitive. Take a look at the results.

2018 AZ Spring Camp

Overall Camp ChampionDean Janikowski (2019, CA)
The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking Kicker had one of his most impressive performances to date. He won the kickoff competition by averaging 65+ yards with 3.8 – 4.05 hang time. His best ball measured 77 yards with a slight wind. Dean was also a finalist in both major field goal competitions. In the end he nailed a pressure kick to win it all. He continues to prove that he is a D1 recruit.

Field Goal Competition ChampionJason White (2019, CA)
Jason came out on top of both major field goal competitions. Another long time Chris Sailer Kicking Kicker is beginning to really come into his one. He is one of the more consistent performers in the country and his strength is improving each time we see him. Jason has all the tools to take his game to the next level. Look for him to impress college coaches around the nation this summer.

Punt ChampionAustin McNamara (2019, AZ)
The TOP 12’er and long time Chris Sailer Kicking Punter dominated the field once again in the punting competition. He averages 45+ yards with 4.6+ hang time. He is also a very consistent performer. Austin currently holds a scholarship offer from the University of Arizona and should add multiple offers from major schools this spring and summer. He is D1 Scholarship Pick without a doubt.

Class of 2019 Standouts: Austin McNamara, Jason White, Dean Janikowski, Alan Kervin

Class of 2020 Standouts: Dominic Chakraborty, Archie Green, Nick Hill, Dominic Persi

Class of 2021 Standouts: Matthew Eich, Ryan Feinberg, Connor Mantelli, Jackson Ray, Alec Silver, Crew Peterman

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour continues with camps in 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

Champions: Austin McNamara, Jason White & Dean Janikowski


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