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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2017 Chris Sailer Kicking High School Football Award Winners

The 2017 High School football season was an absolute great one.  Chris Sailer Kicking Kickers & Punters enjoyed tremendous success and influenced the outcome of games week in and week out.  As always, we took the time to honor those stand out athletes at our annual awards show in Las Vegas. Hundreds of Kickers, Punters and Long Snappers along with their families gathered on Friday, January 12th, 2018 at the JW Marriott Resort and Spa to celebrate.  Take a look at the many national award winners for the 2017 season!

Left to right: Chris Sailer and Jonah Lipel (2018, CA) 2017 Chris Sailer Award Winner

2017 Chris Sailer Award – Presented to the National High School Placekicker of the Year

Winner – Jonah Lipel (2018, CA)

*Committed to Harvard
*2017 TOP 12 Camp Invitee
*2017 CA Fall Camp Kickoff Champion
*2017 CA Spring Camp Kickoff Champion
*2017 Vegas 30 Class of 2018 Field Goal Champion
*2017 Vegas 30 Field Goal Finalist
*2014 Chris Sailer Kicking Class of 2018 Most Improved

Past Chris Sailer Award Winners
2016 – Brandon Ruiz, AZ, Class of 2017
2015 – Samuel Sloman, GA, Class of 2015
2014 – Tyler Bass, SC, Class of 2015
2013 – Cole Hedlund, TX, Class of 2014
2012 – Wyatt Schmidt, MN, Class of 2013
2011 – Alex Ball, CA, Class of 2012

The top 3 finalists for the 2017 Chris Sailer Kicking Award after the Annual Awards Show in Las Vegas all pose with Chris Sailer (far right)

2017 Chris Sailer Kicking High School All-American Kickers
1st Team – Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)
2nd Team – Jonah Lipel (2018, CA)
3rd Team – Fernando Ramirez (2018, GA)

2014 Chris Sailer Kicking High School All-American Punters
1st Team – Jake Camarda (2018, GA)
2nd Team – George Georgopolous (2018, SC)
3rd Team – Gabe Boring (2018, TN)

2017 Chris Sailer Kicking Most Improved Awards
Class of 2018 – Aidan Mulreed (NJ)
Class of 2019 – Bijan Nichols (TX)
Class of 2020 – Daniel Cristiani (IN)
Class of 2021 – Ivan Shuran (OH)

2017 Chris Sailer Kicking Best Social Media Award
Austin McNamara (2018, AZ)

2017 Best Representative of Chris Sailer Kicking Award
JP Rybus (2018, CA)

 

The Chris Sailer Award is presented, on an annual basis, to the best national High School Placekicker for that given season.  The ceremony is held the Friday evening before our January Vegas National Event.  The ceremony is open to all, free to attend.  Attire is casual.   The Award Selection Committee vote on the winner each year. Each committee member votes for a 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finisher. Votes are tallied and the winner is announced at the awards ceremony. Current Committee members: Aaron Perez (CSK Staff), Joe Houston (CSK Staff), Chris Nendick (CSK Staff), Obi Egekeze (CSK Staff), Nacho Brache (CSK Staff), Erik Folk (CSK Staff), Drew Basil (CSK Staff), Nick Folk (Jets), Jeff Locke (Vikings), Blair Walsh (Seahawks), Kai Forbath (Vikings), Randy Taylor (NCSA), Greg Biggins (Scout.com), Brandon Huffman (Scout.com) and Chris Rubio (Rubio Long Snapping).

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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 Punt Results

Vegas XXXI (January 13-14, 2018) 
Punt Charting Results
Class of 2021
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Bryan, Josh 28.8 3.51 34 / 4.24
2 Lopes, Joshua 27 3.5 30 / 3.86
3 Holbrook, Daniel (22) 26 3.51 35 / 3.82
4 Awaida, Adam 24.3 3.53 36 / 3.7
T5 Southey, Thomas 25.6 3.35 27 / 3.46
T5 Castillo, Francisco 27.3 3.27 33 / 3.57
7 Borregales, Andy 26.1 3.29 31 / 3.31
8 Moore, Zachary 24.9 3.25 29 / 3.53
9 Huff, Keaton 19.9 3.4 22 / 4.15
10 Barefoot, Carson 20.1 3.31 24 / 3.20
11 Kemp, David 24 3.14 30 / 3.57
12 Blevins, Brayden 22.1 3.14 27 / 3.37
T13 Tabor, Drake 13.9 3.48 21 / 3.36
T13 Auburn, Bert 25.5 2.61 30 / 2.91
15 Froschauer, Brock 20.9 3.05 24 / 3.56
16 Pollina, Joseph 21.5 2.99 29 / 3.38
17 Silver, Alec 12.5 3.33 25 / 3.12
18 Click, Joshua 18.8 2.93 21 / 3.53
19 Samuel, Benjamin (22) 16.8 2.85 27 / 3.40
20 Ray, Jackson 19.6 2.5 27 / 3.81
T21 Butler, Mason 15.4 2.55 19 / 2.63
T21 Gugino Michael 16.8 2.45 23 / 3.12
Class of 2020
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
T1 Williams, James 40.3 3.8 46 / 4.51
T1 Cristiani, Daniel 40.5 3.79 47 / 4.03
3 Moraschinelli, Jacob 40.6 3.67 50 / 4.24
4 Meader, Anthony 30.9 4 35 / 4.37
5 McCord, Nolan 33 3.49 39 / 3.94
6 Hannon, Parker 31.5 3.5 38 / 3.69
7 Stephenson, Sam 34.8 3.4 48 / 4.02
8 Travelstead, Brock 33.1 3.41 39 / 4.02
9 Guillen, Fabien 29.4 3.79 34/ 3.94
10 Rezentes, Kaeo 32.5 3.44 45 / 3.63
11 Mahlum, Race 33.9 3.39 43 / 3.49
T12 Gotlieb, Graham 29.5 3.56 31 / 3.82
T12 Basile, Nick 29.6 3.46 38 / 3.68
T12 Wadas, J. J. 30 3.45 35 / 3.93
15 Maretzki, Quinn 32.6 3.27 45 / 3.65
16 Fedor, Dillon 36.4 3.04 40 / 3.55
T16 Olsen, Jack 35 3.08 42 / 3.78
18 Steele, Benjamin 31.6 3.36 35 / 3.64
19 Fetters, Christian 27.1 3.47 28 / 3.78
T20 Shirkey, Cameron 22 3.7 31 / 3.69
T20 Sherman, Ty 25.3 3.61 30 / 3.61
22 Galluccio, Mitchell 24 3.57 28 / 3.68
23 Burnette, Noah 29.4 3.23 32 / 3.85
T24 Lopez, Richard 26 3.45 28 / 3.68
T24 Nickle, Teaff 29.6 3 30 / 3.64
26 Carlton, Noah 30.8 2.81 40 / 3.59
27 Green, Archie 28.5 3.21 35 / 4
T28 Elliott, Jonmichael 28.4 3.12 34 / 3.31
T28 Roah, Derek 29.5 2.93 31 / 3.65
30 Miskella, Nate 29.6 2.78 34 / 3.6
31 Michel, Nathan 28.8 3.04 32 / 3.4
32 Wood, Grant 21 3.41 24 / 3.48
33 Smith, JC 25.4 3.17 30 / 3.56
34 Farrell, Casey 26.8 2.94 35 / 3.31
35 Allen, Tabor 28.3 2.77 32 / 3.14
36 Costa, Cheyden 26.6 2.79 38 / 3.73
37 Schmidt, Noah 26.6 2.52 35 / 3.71
38 Chaffin, Elise 17.3 2.39 25 / 2.69
Class of 2019
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Kiernan, Ben 52 4.22 58 / 4.48
2 McNamara, Austin 41.9 4.33 51 / 4.61
T3 Reichard, Will 40.8 4.13 58 / 4.87
T3 Davis, Evan 41.5 4.06 49 / 4.53
5 Nichols, Bijan 44 3.88 46 / 4.00
6 Benton, Hunter 40.3 3.98 51 / 4.37
7 Fuller, Cade 38.9 4.09 50 / 4.66
8 Sullivan, Connor 39.5 4 50 / 4.40
9 Bosman, Jack 43.5 3.84 49 / 3.90
10 Walters, Brandon 40.2 3.93 46 / 4.45
11 Mitchell Joey 39.3 4 43 / 4.44
12 Oswald, Jack 42.8 3.82 51 / 4.55
13 Petruescu, Brandon 38.8 4.01 48 / 4.10
14 Wheatley, Jared 39.5 3.93 41 / 4.40
15 Bein, Charles 39.8 3.86 45 / 4.40
16 Hertz, Micah 38.4 3.94 43 / 4.37
17 Wale, Gavin 38.8 3.93 46 / 4.74
18 Dennis, Austin 36.8 4.08 41 / 4.62
19 Bramblett, Jay 35.3 4.14 37 / 4.15
T20 Fitzgerald, Ryan 39.4 3.78 40 / 4.36
T20 Sanborn, Ryan 46.4 3.62 56 / 4.15
T22 Hayes, Michael 39.6 3.75 45 / 4.31
T22 Parris, Nolan 41.3 3.69 53 / 4.28
24 Brady, Jack 40.6 3.7 47 / 4.50
25 Fogleman, Landon 36.1 3.94 50 / 4.10
26 Johnson, Cole 37.5 3.84 41 / 4.55
T27 Hier, Keaton 38.3 3.81 47 / 4.12
T27 Eisenkraft, David 41.5 3.63 50 / 4.80
29 Payne, Scott 40 3.67 47 / 3.89
30 Grant, Noah 39 3.74 44 / 4.31
31 Crosa, Griffin 36.1 3.92 42 / 4.11
32 Donald, Benjamin 37.8 3.78 46 / 4.48
T33 Orr, Dylan 37.4 3.79 45 / 4.31
T33 Martin, Jack 38.9 3.72 50 / 4.22
35 Wilson, Porter 38.9 3.69 44 / 4.11
T36 Hill, Harry 34.4 4 41 / 4.28
T36 Kempton, Asa 38.3 3.74 42 / 4.28
38 Law, Bryce 35.1 3.9 43 / 4.46
T39 Hanson, Ryan 35 3.87 41 / 4.34
T39 Dickerson, Brandon 37 3.6 42 / 3.93
41 Kokich, Nick 34.3 3.92 41 / 4.57
T42 Lopez, Nicolas 32.5 4.03 40 / 4.39
T42 Buschini,Brian 34.6 3.83 40 / 4.38
T44 Nation, Cale 37.3 3.66 44 / 4.45
T44 Childers, Garrett 39.6 3.52 45 / 4.29
T46 Rodriguez, Anthony 35.1 3.77 40 / 4.53
T46 Ostendorp, Kyle 43.8 3.41 50 / 4.02
48 Hoffman, Matthew 43.3 3.39 52 / 4.03
49 Rodriguez, Aaron 38.4 3.52 43 / 3.90
50 Dable, Graham 34.1 3.78 38 / 4.11
T51 Hoban, Zach 31.6 3.94 40 / 4.59
T51 Garcia, Jackson 37.5 3.54 41 / 3.96
53 Garrett, Carson 37.1 3.49 50 / 4.06
T54 Talton, Brandon 29 4.02 34 / 4.62
T54 Lewis, Camden 34.8 3.58 40 / 4.20
56 Rauschenberg, Noah 31.8 3.79 40 / 3.93
57 Poppen, Landry 34.4 3.58 45 / 3.86
58 Barefoot, Tucker 42.3 3.02 52 / 4.14
T59 Thompson, Walker 34 3.58 35 / 3.87
T59 Youngblood, Jaxon 34.4 3.55 47 / 4.00
T59 Morais, Drew 35.9 3.47 44 / 3.90
T59 LaRosa, Jay 37.1 3.4 43 / 3.68
63 Raney, Nathan 33.9 3.58 39 / 4.21
T64 Boschetti Nico 31 3.75 42 / 4.21
T64 Cummins, Griffin 32.3 3.67 38 / 4.15
T64 Turner, James 34.9 3.49 41 / 4.03
T67 Billstrom, Thor 29.3 3.86 33 / 4.45
T67 Freehill, Ben 36 3.42 46 / 4.44
69 Caughron, Chandler 32.4 3.64 42 / 4.20
70 Lupo, Logan 35.1 3.42 40 / 3.90
71 Tom-Makue, Anthony 33.4 3.55 43 / 3.92
72 Packer, Ben 32.3 3.6 36 / 3.60
T73 Jaridly, Ramzee 34.6 3.42 37 / 4.15
T73 White, Jason 34.6 3.42 40 / 4.10
T73 Hogan, Sam 37.1 3.3 37 / 3.82
T76 McCoy, Josh 28.5 3.78 37 / 4.03
T76 Brooksby, Connor 32.5 3.54 39 / 3.93
T78 Molique, Mason 29.6 3.73 35 / 4.28
T78 Fischer, Elijah 34.6 3.39 45 / 4.10
80 Chandler, Max 31 3.6 33 / 3.92
81 King, Asher 33.5 3.45 38 / 3.82
82 Vela, Joshua 30 3.66 34 / 4.03
83 Stoll, Joseph 32.4 3.51 35 / 3.90
T84 Costantini, Sebastian 36.9 3.17 45 / 3.81
T84 Johnson, Mason 37 3.08 39 / 3.86
86 Boyle, Michael 33 3.41 37 / 3.94
87 Griggs, Will 28.5 3.64 30 / 3.78
T88 Janikowski, Dean 30.5 3.57 35 / 3.65
T88 Abbes, Christopher 30.9 3.52 34 / 4.08
T88 Rigney, Matthew 33.4 3.36 40 / 4.03
T91 Sten, Carson 31.9 3.44 35 / 3.72
T91 Van Eekeren, Chris 33.9 3.35 45 / 4.15
T91 Koskay, Neal 36.5 2.98 47 / 3.78
94 Robertson, Trevor 34.5 3.26 45 / 4.03
95 Dennis, Dillon 30.6 3.52 37 / 4.12
96 Kaplan, Trent 23.3 3.61 32 / 4.06
T97 Lewis, Matt 30.8 3.46 33 / 4.05
T97 Patty, Brody 33 3.31 37 / 3.28
T99 Ierulli, Jack 29 3.53 35 / 3.85
T99 Weitz, Jonathan 33.6 3.25 38 / 4.15
101 Horn, Tim 31.8 3.36 45 / 3.96
102 Castle, Ryan 30.5 3.44 41 / 3.93
103 Huff, Justin 32.6 3.28 40 / 3.47
104 Oliva, Patrick 30.9 3.36 35 / 3.87
105 Peters, Bryce 28.1 3.49 34 / 3.94
106 Belanger, Zachary 33.1 2.99 40 / 3.27
107 Opella, Steven 31.6 3.23 37 / 3.76
108 Ward, Thomas 30.2 3.35 37 / 4.06
109 Schmidt, Logan 31.5 3.2 38 / 3.57
110 Austin, Jack 29.6 3.31 33 / 3.35
111 Dodd, Ashton 31.3 3.07 41 / 3.81
112 Villamizar, Nicholas 31 3.05 33 / 3.48
113 Mazur, Andre 28.8 3.32 33 / 3.73
114 Santoro, Anthony 30.4 3.22 42 / 4.57
T115 Cunningham, Leo 20.8 3.36 34 / 3.70
T115 Amkhamavong, Chester 28.9 3.28 31 / 3.4
117 Pollina, Andrew 18.6 3.36 27 / 3.56
118 Hebert, Beau 30.5 3.02 33 / 3.50
119 Enderle, Dalyn 26.5 3.25 32 / 3.38
120 Strassel, Jacob 23.4 3.25 28 / 3.43
121 Heins, Gabe 28.3 3.11 30 / 3.56
122 Castillo, Javier 27.1 2.83 36 / 3.36
123 Gonzalez, Edgar 22.5 2.97 25 / 3.22
Class of 2018, Junior College & Transfers
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Olivas, Carson 46.3 3.97 57 / 4.48
2 Winkel, Taiten 45.3 3.94 50 / 4.40
3 Souza, Mitchell 45.6 3.91 52 / 4.32
4 Medina, Jaime 38.8 4.63 45 / 5.00
5 Stewart, Clayton 38.1 4.2 45 / 4.73
6 Bredesen, Dillon 40.1 3.87 50 / 4.46
7 Georgopoulos, George 38.9 3.92 50 / 4.19
T8 D’Amico, Clay 40 3.82 55 / 4.36
T8 Lund, Stockton 41.9 3.69 56 / 3.94
10 March, Jared 35 4.17 44 / 4.41
11 Vujnovich, Andrew 34.3 4.21 41 / 4.62
12 Zepeda, Blair 45.4 3.58 57 / 4.22
T13 Grothaus, Parker 34.3 4.11 39 / 4.40
T13 King, Carson 37.4 3.83 48 / 4.79
T13 Faulkner, Robert 38.4 3.76 42 / 4.50
T13 Click, Jacob 40.3 3.65 44 / 4.24
T17 Lomakin, Justin 34.1 4.14 41 / 4.70
T17 Sentkowski, Kyle 34.9 3.94 40 / 4.79
19 Mulreed, Aidan 41.5 3.62 50 / 3.98
20 Rodriguez, Andrew 39 3.65 48 / 4.20
21 Freem, Matthew 39.5 3.63 50 / 4.17
22 McRoberts, Nathan 38.4 3.65 54 / 4.21
23 Wood, Chris 35.4 3.69 40 / 4.11
24 Madela, Kai 35.3 3.69 39 / 4.47
25 Brooks, Jackson 34.3 3.75 42 / 4.41
T26 Wallace, Quentin 32.3 4.1 38 / 4.44
T26 Stadthaus, Alex 40.4 3.47 40 / 4.00
28 Gilbert, Drew 38.8 3.58 49 / 3.90
T29 Sweeney, Niall 35.8 3.62 42 / 3.78
T29 Mayeur, Julien 40.1 3.39 50 / 3.90
31 Blaser, Greg 32.5 3.8 35 / 4.06
32 Ryan, Kevin 29.3 3.98 32 / 4.70
33 Redman, Ryan 33.3 3.66 42 / 3.97
34 Kaspar, Karch 35.6 3.52 38 / 4.37
T35 Garcia, Daniel 32.4 3.73 40 / 4.06
T35 Watkins, Matthew 33.4 3.64 47 / 4.30
T35 Sohn, Hoyoung 36.4 3.45 44 / 4.15
38 Weires, Collin 30 3.84 37 / 4.15
39 Rybus, JP 35.9 3.38 37 / 3.78
T40 Ludwig, Randy 28.6 3.89 29 / 4.36
T40 Weidlein, Matthew 32.6 3.64 39 / 4.00
42 Tacopina, Joseph 33.6 3.55 40 / 3.68
43 Moses, Hayden 29.3 3.75 35 / 4.08
44 Hernandez, Luis 33.3 3.52 44 / 4.03
45 Hurt, Paul 36.4 3.04 39 / 3.44
46 Enos, Jacob 34.6 3.37 40 / 3.73
47 Taylor, McKay 34 3.38 36 / 4.30
48 Gentner, Trevor 28.8 3.68 39 / 4.29
49 Lawson, Nicholas 31.6 3.59 38 / 4.28
50 Price, Evan 32.8 3.4 41 / 4.23
51 Garcia, Antonio 30.1 3.6 34 / 3.65
52 Chanty , Brennen 33.3 3.34 36 / 3.34
53 Trujillo, Jonathan 32.8 3.35 40 / 4.23
54 Ramirez, Fernando 31.3 3.51 40 / 4.06
T55 Becker, Grant 26.6 3.59 33 / 3.65
T55 Parker, Devin 32 3.31 40 / 3.43
57 Rainey, Jacob 32.5 3.18 35 / 3.91
58 Ochoa, Ronnie 31.9 3.18 37 / 3.55
59 Sambugaro, Vitor 27.9 3.48 33 / 3.56
T60 Earp, Alec 30.4 2.96 35 / 3.44
T60 Chambers, Jimmy 30.9 2.85 35 / 3.60
T60 Stambaugh, Carter 31 2.72 36 / 3.43
63 Bitterman, Jacob 29.6 3.06 33 / 3.65
64 Winders, Paxton 28.6 3.3 30 / 3.90

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2017 OH Fall Camp Recap – Parker Grothaus Comes Up Big!

The Chris Sailer Kicking 2017 Fall Camp Tour made another stop this past weekend in Massilon, OH. The camp featured a fantastic indoor facility, many talented kickers/punters, and CSK’s best staff (Sailer, Obi, Aaron Perez, Chris Nendick, Drew Basil & Andrew Gantz). The camp gave us a glimpse of what to expect at Vegas XXXI. The battle to earn TOP 12 honors this year should be phenomenal. Take a look at the results.

2017 OH Fall Camp – Chris Sailer Kicking

Overall Camp Champion
Parker Grothaus (TR, ): Parker was an absolute standout from the minute the camp kicked off. The 2017 high school grad and current transfer from Incarnate Word is a big time kicking prospect. He has a huge leg and proved that he is not doubt a D1 prospect. He won the kickoff competition by hitting several balls through the uprights with 4.0+ hang time. He also hits a pure ball off the ground on field goal and has 60+ yard range. Parker is an elite transfer prospect that is going to be a fantastic addition for any college football program.

Field Goal Champion
Jacob Moraschinelli (2020, ): Jacob had an impressive performance at his first Chris Sailer Kicking camp. He has a big time leg for his age and shows outstanding future college potential. He won the field goal competition by going 7-7 with a long of 57 yards. He also does a great job on kickoff and shows potential to develop as a punter. Jacob has all the tools to be a top specialist in the 2020 class. I expect him to compete with the best of the best at Vegas XXXI and could even challenge for a TOP 12 spot.

Punt Champion
Joey Mitchell (2019, OH): Joey is an excellent combo prospect. He was solid all day on both field goal and kickoff and stepped up when it counted the most during the punt competition. He has 50+ yard range on field goal. His kickoffs average 60+ yards, with 3.7+ hang time. And his strongest skill is his punting. He beat out a very talented field of punters by averaging 40+ yards, with 4.4+ hang time. Joey punts with nice technique and is one of the most consistent 2019 prospects in the nation. Look for Joey to dominate Vegas XXXI and challenge for a TOP 12 spot.

Class of 2018 Standouts: Parker Grothaus, Quentin Wallace, Nathan McRoberts, Tripp Slyman, Drew Cassidy, Eduardo Favella, Gavin Costello, Sam Strange, Dalton Nida, Dustin Rieser, Evan Malpass

Class of 2019 Standouts: Joey Mitchell, Porter Wilson, Chris Van Eekeran, Andrew Pollina, Asa Kempton, Brandon Walters, Brayden Johnson, Carter LaCoursierse, Daniel Dietrich, Griffin Crosa, Jack Ierulli, James Turner, Keaton Hier, Mason Molique, Noah Grant, Patrick Oliva, Sam Hogan, Andrew Kempen, Brock Holman, Dylan Hilger, Ian Kristan, Jackson Griskie, Jonah Phares, Kyle Farfsing, Logan Schmidt, Luke Barresi, Matthew Detty, Michael O’Shaughnessy

Class of 2020 Standouts: Jacob Moraschinelli, Aidan Clark, Blake Edwards, Cameron Shirkey, Casey Farrell, Christian Fetters, Aidan Hosler, Angelo Quittrochi, Benjamin Popko, Carson Lehrer, Cole Bumgarner, Kyle DeRemer

Class of 2021 Standouts: Brock Froschauer, Felipe Scharff, Franklin Rogers, Jacob Coffland, Joseph Pollina, Kollin Kralapp, Ryan Heicher, Tanner Pope, Tyler Rosselli

Future Stars: Aidan Ighnat, Blake Greber

The road to Vegas XXXI continues with a final stop in 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 GA Fall Camp Recap – Jay Bramblett Puts on the Performance of the Fall!

The road to Vegas XXXI continued with a stop in Atlanta, GA on Sunday December 3rd. This was the largest Fall Camp to date and perhaps the most talented. Specialists from 15+ states were in attendance ready to learn and compete. The Atlanta camp produced the very best newcomers to Chris Sailer Kicking and also the best performance of the entire fall by Class of 2019 Punter Jay Bramblett. Many in attendance will compete for TOP 12 spots at Vegas XXXI next month. Take a look at the results.

2017 Chris Sailer Kicking GA Fall Camp

Overall Champion: Jay Bramblett (2019, AL)
Jay put on the most dominating performance of the Fall Camp Tour to date. He easily averaged 45+ yards, with 4.4+ hang time. He also hit dozens of balls 50+ yards, with 5.0+ hang time. His best ball measured 52 yards, with 5.28 hang time. Jay won the punt competition by besting other fantastic punters with his consistency. Jay is now a 5-Star Punter, the #1 ranked Punter in the nation and 100% D1 scholarship worthy. OFFER NOW!!!

Field Goal Champion: James Williams (2020, GA)
James won the field goal competition by going 6-6 with a long of 56 yards. What is more impressive is that he beat out juniors and seniors while kicking off the ground. He was also dominant on kickoffs and continues to be one of the very best punters in the nation in his class. James is an outstanding athlete that is on his way to being a D1 scholarship level combo player. After winning the 2017 GA Summer Camp, he nearly pulled off back to back championships.

Kickoff Champion: Wesley Wells (2018, GA)
The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking Kicker did an outstanding job during the kickoff competition. He averaged 65+ yards, with over 4.0+ second hang time. His competition winning kick measured 67 yards with 4.38 hang time. Wesley also shows great potential on field goal. He is a great athlete with one of the stronger legs in his class. Look for Wesley to have a big showing at Vegas XXXI next month and turn the heads of college coaches.

Top Newcomers: Jack Brady (2019) and Sam Rayborn (2020)
Both Jack and Sam proved very quickly that they could compete with the best in the nation in their respective classes. Both have great college futures ahead of them. Look for them to compete for TOP 12 spots at Vegas XXXI next month.

Top 2018 Prospects: Cole Hanna, Wesley Wells, Alan Andrzejewski, Alec Earp, Bryce Jones, Joseph Tacopina, Alex Hardy, Luke Darby, McKay Taylor, Michael Baugus, Taiten Winkel, Robert Faulkner, Bryson King, Jacob Enos, Mateo Rengifo, Tripp Slyman

Top 2019 Prospects: Jay Bramblett, Anthony Rodriguez, Jack Brady, Alexander Raynor, Ben Freehill, Ben Packer, Jack Martin, Jimmy Lowery, Josh McCoy, Noah Sheets, Zach Ford, Thor Billstrom, Alan Kervin, Anthony Einhorn, Chandler Caughron, Jacob Strassel, Jack Brady, Jack Palmer, Jesse Klein, Justin Falin, Matthew Rigney, Trent Kaplan, Tylan Perine, Walker Thompson, Grayson Clark

Top 2020 Prospects: James Williams, Sam Rayborn, Brock Travelstead, Parker Hannon, Conner Middleton, Kellen Grave de Peralta, Taylor Shahon, Ty Sherman, Daniel Cristiani, Ben Skahan, Charlie Polllock, Diego Huerta, Graham Gotlieb, Kenneth Lockhart, Simon Shin

Top 2021 Prospects: Brock Froschauer, Dalton McGowan, Marshall Nichols, Braden Ralston, Braeden Haynes, Caden Long, Christopher Nettuno, Conor Cummins, Drake Tabor, Hudson Standfest, James Jacob, Joey Wood, Robert Jacobs, Sam Wiederhold, Peyton Engel

Future Stars: Will Peltz, Upton Bellenfant

Take a look at the Finals:

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.

Jay Bramblett is a D1 Scholarship Pick. OFFER NOW!!!

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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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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 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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5 October Recruiting Tips For All Kickers/Punters

Freshman

1. Enjoy getting used to high school.

2. Attend private, group and virtual lessons. Perfect your technique.

3. Attend a 1-Day Chris Sailer Kicking Fall Camp in your area.

4. Sign up for Vegas XXXI, the experience will pay off tenfold.

5. Breathe, relax and understand that your simply learning how to one day be recruited.

Sophomores:

1. Enjoy your sophomore season. It won’t be long and you will be an upperclassmen.

2. Attend private, group and virtual lessons. Perfect your technique.

3. Attend a 1-Day Chris Sailer Kicking Fall Camp in your area.

4. Sign up for Vegas XXXI, the experience will pay off tenfold.

5. Breathe, relax and understand that your simply learning how to one day be recruited.

Juniors:

1. Dominate the remaining part of your junior season. It doesn’t matter if you are having a great season to date, or currently struggling for one reason or another. Stay focused or regather your focus and put your best foot forward from here are on out. Yes, college coaches are watching.

2. Take unofficial visits. Get on campus. Get your name and face in front of college coaches. Take trips to D1, D2, D3, NAIA, JC programs. Take trips to the east, the west, the south, the north. Be realistic with your choices and it will pay off. Genuine interest during the season is worth way more than mass emails. Call the football office and speak with a secretary to set up unofficial visits. Simply say that you are a recruit. It is VERY smart to plan these trips on a weekend when Chris Sailer Kicking is in town (see tip #4). Attend the game on Saturday. Attend the Chris Sailer Kicking camp on Sunday.

3. Attend private, group and virtual lessons. Perfect your technique. Don’t ever think that you are to old or experienced to get better. Believe me, you will get a major wake up call once you step foot on college campus. Dominate through perfecting your technique.

4. Attend 1-Day Chris Sailer Kicking Fall Camps across the country. Exposure is necessary. Attend in your region, but also attend outside of your region (see tip #2). If you want to play college football, you have to put in the effort.

5. Sign up for Vegas XXXI. It is finally your time to compete for TOP 12. Who has made TOP 12 before you? Here are a few names: Justin Tucker (Ravens), Blair Walsh (Seahawks), Ryan Succop (Titans), Dan Bailey (Cowboys), Bryan Anger (Buccaneers), Jeff Locke (Lions), Brad Nortman (Jaguars), Bradley Pinion (49ers), Colton Schmidt (Bills), Ryan Allen (Patriots), Tress Way (Redskins), Cody Parkey (Dolphins), Kai Forbath (Vikings), Ka’imi Fairbairn (Texans), Drew Kaser (Chargers), Randy Bullock (Bengals), Dustin Hopkins (Redskins)…. just to name a few. And it goes well beyond making TOP 12. The experience, the connections, the friendships, the exposure, etc. There will never be a camp more important than this.

Seniors:

1. Dominate the remaining part of your senior season. It doesn’t matter if you are having a great season to date, or currently struggling for one reason or another. Stay focused or regather your focus and put your best foot forward from here are on out. College coaches are watching very closely and beginning to make choices.

2. Take unofficial visits. Get on campus. Get your name and face in front of college coaches. Take trips to D1, D2, D3, NAIA, JC programs. Take trips to the east, the west, the south, the north. Be realistic with your choices and it will pay off. Genuine interest during the season is worth way more than mass emails. Call the football office and speak with a secretary to set up unofficial visits. Simply say that you are a recruit. It is VERY smart to plan these trips on a weekend when Chris Sailer Kicking is in town (see tip #4). Attend the game on Saturday. Attend the Chris Sailer Kicking camp on Sunday.

3. Attend private, group and virtual lessons. Perfect your technique. Don’t ever think that you are to old or experienced to get better. Believe me, you will get a major wake up call once you step foot on college campus. Dominate through perfecting your technique.

4. Attend 1-Day Chris Sailer Kicking Fall Camps across the country. Exposure is necessary. Attend in your region, but also attend outside of your region (see tip #2). If you want to play college football, you have to put in the effort.

5. Sign up for Vegas XXXI. This event was created in 2003 specifically for the senior class. There is a reason why the camp is in January. This is still the most important time in recruiting for the senior class. National Letter of Intent signing day is in early February. Over 95% of the senior class is NOT committed and have not received any sort of college offer. Breathe, relax and get your mind focused on getting the exposure necessary at the most important time of your career. Every college coach in America will be waiting on these results. Scholarships and preferred walk on opportunities will be decided in Las Vegas.

*** Note to those lucky few that are committed (Yes, I am talking to the TOP 12 from last year). The NFL Stars listed in tip #5 for juniors all attended this event as seniors as well. They didn’t rest. They continued to be hungry and dominate. That is why they are stars. The list of  TOP 12 K/P’s that decided to rest because they were already committed is much longer. And close to 0% of them made it to the NFL.

For more information, visit ChrisSailerKicking.com

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