TOP 12 Camp Invitees Announced

Congratulations to the following 40 Kickers/Punters who have been selected to attend the TOP 12 CAMP.

Vegas 30 (May 13-14, 2017) – 20 Invitees (in alphabetical order)
Adam Krause  (2018, IL)
Alex Felkins (2019, OK)
Cade Pollard (2018, TX)
Caleb Griffin (2018, IL)
Cameron Dicker (2018, TX)
Campbell Geddes (2018, CA)
Cole Hanna (2018, GA)
Clayton Stewart (2018, TX)
Derek Ng (2018, NV)
Dylan Brady (2018, CA)
Dylan Williams (2018, CA)
Gabe Boring (2018, TN)
George Triplett (2018, WV)
John Mayers (2018, TX)
Michael Cooney (2018, IL)
Michael Lantz (2019, GA)
Porter Wilson (2019, OH)
Prominence Akubuo-Onwuemeka (JC, CA)
Scott Lees (2018, WA)
Thomas Burks (2018, TN)

Vegas XXIX (January 14-15, 2017) – 20 Invitees (in alphabetical order)
Ajay Culhane (2018, CA)
Anthony Mosharrafa (2018, AZ)
Brayden Narveson (2018, AZ)
BT Potter (2018, SC)
Camden Lewis (2019, NC)
Camden Wise (2018, VA)
Charles Campbell (2018, TN)
Chris Dunn (2018, NC)
Chris Kessler (2018, TX)
Chris Van Eekeran (2019, IN)
Cole Talley (2018, TX)
Evan McPherson (2018, AL)
Isaac Power (2018, CO)
Jake Camarda (2018, GA)
Jonah Lipel (2018, CA)
Quentin Wallace (2018, IL)
Matthew Brust (2018, FL)
Matthew Jaeger (2018, MN)
Massimo Biscardi (2018, PA)
Nicolas Sciba (2018, SC)

5 Wild Cards will be chosen to join these specialists in the coming weeks.

The TOP 12 Camp will take place in Tampa, FL from July 17-19, 2017.

These specialists will compete to make the official 2017 TOP 12. The competition, both physically and mentally, will be like no other camp. The entire process will be captured in a web series (TOP 12 Camp Series). The web series will capture everything from the the behind the scenes moments, to the on field competitions, to the mentally challenging interviews, to the ups and downs of the the entire TOP 12 selection process. Get ready for the next greatest thing that will elevate exposure for specialists to a whole new level.

“Vegas” was created in 2003 as the very first national exposure event of its kind for kickers, punters and long snappers.  Just over 100 specialists attended the first camp.  Now well over 1000 specialists travel to Vegas each year.   The goal has always been to get the world’s best instruction, competition and exposure.  TOP 12 and Event Elite have been the 2 most credible exposure lists to be on in the world for specialists.  Take a look at the 12 most famous Kicker/Punter TOP 12 Members of all time. 

Dan Bailey (Cowboys)
Justin Tucker (Ravens)
Bryan Anger (Buccaneers)
Blair Walsh (Seahawks)
Jeff Locke (Colts)
Brad Nortman (Jaguars)
Nick Folk (Bucs)
Tress Way (Redskins)
Bradley Pinion (49ers)
Drew Kaser (Chargers)
Ryan Allen (Patriots)
Ryan Succop (Titans)
Dustin Hopkins (Redskins)
Cody Parkey (Browns)
Kai Forbath (Vikings)
Matt Darr (Dolphins)
Colton Schmidt (Bills)
Randy Bullock (Bengals)
Ka’imi Fairbairn (Texans)
Ross Martin (Jets)
Kenny Allen (Ravens)
Will Monday (Chiefs)

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It’s Almost Spring & You’re a 2017 Kicker/Punter, Now What?

This is easily one of the top questions I get from senior Kickers/Punters and/or their parents. Here are the answers:

  1. You should definitely be at Chris Sailer Kicking Camp to stay sharp, focused, continue to learn how to handle pressure and show absolute dominance.
  2. If you are uncommitted, read THIS and THIS and get yourself ready for VEGAS 30 for a final push at exposure.
  3. If you are committed, you need to push yourself even harder. Dominate every camp. Commit yourself to not being stagnant.

All seniors and their parents need to remember, while you still have some time left in high school, colleges and their football programs aren’t stopping to wait for you. They have several Kickers & Punters on their roster and they already hate you for even thinking you will attempt to take their jobs come the summer time. (Fast forward a few years and think about how you will feel being on the other side)

I have done this many times and  have seen countless senior Kickers & Punters coast through their senior year only to find a nice spot on the bench come fall. Coaches call me continuously asking how the Kickers & Punters that they recruited are doing. Needless to say, they are not happy when I tell them “Oh, I haven’t seen him since VEGAS XXIX”!

The senior Kickers & Punters that keep working and attending camps are the ones that start.  It’s like clockwork.

Never rest and never stop improving seniors. See you soon!

To be the best, train & compete with the best!

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

5 Easy Tips For The Class of 2017 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 2017 (K/P) have made college commitments.  Less than 10% of the class of 2017 (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 Vegas XXIX (January 13-15, 2017).  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.

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Why Vegas, Reason Number…..

Why Vegas, Reason Number…..

The Lou Groza Award was established in 1992 to recognize the top place kicker in college football each year.  In 1997, I was myself fortunate enough to be a part of the festivities.  As one of the three finalists I was invited to West Palm Beach, FL.  I witnessed first hand the professionalism surrounding the prestigious award.  I made it a goal, even then, to one day help other athletes experience what I was able to.  Fast forward six years and Vegas was created.

Vegas was created in 2003 to establish credible rating standards for high school kickers/punters. Vegas provided the ultimate exposure, which in turn created opportunity for thousands to follow.  Some of the goals/objectives that I had written down then were: exposure, national rankings, college opportunity, scholarships, Lou Groza Award winners, NFL Draftees, larger NFL contracts, etc.  Fast forward to 2016 and …… mission accomplished.  There is still a ways to go, but progress has been made each and every year thanks to Vegas.

Since 2003, six Vegas participants have gone on to win the Lou Groza Award.  Even more impressive, six of the past nine Lou Groza Award Winners were Vegas participants.  Take a look:

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2007 – Thomas Weber (Arizona State)
2009 – Kai Forbath (UCLA)
2010 – Dan Bailey (Oklahoma State)
2011 – Randy Bullock (Texas A&M)
2014 – Brad Craddock (Maryland)
2015 – Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA)

Of course, the hard work doesn’t stop upon graduation from High School.  Chris Sailer Kicking continues to work with these and all athletes throughout college and on the NFL.  Just one more reason to attend Vegas XXIX January 14-15!  Register Here

 

 Ka'imi Fairbairn, 2015 Lou Groza Award Winner

Ka’imi Fairbairn, 2015 Lou Groza Award Winner

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George Triplett Wins It All in Pittsburgh!

The Chris Sailer Kicking Fall Camp Circuit is now in full swing.  The most recent camp took place this past Sunday in Pittsburgh, PA.  Specialists from several east coast states were in attendance to get instruction and compete.  The level of talent was strong in all age levels.  There was also a solid mix of Chris Sailer Kicking newcomers and veterans.  Take a look at the results….

img_1973Overall Camp Champion
George Triplett
(2018, WV) – The Chris Sailer Kicking veteran had an extremely impressive performance from start to finish.  He excels in all three areas of the game and proved it on this day.  He won a major field goal competition and also came out on top on kickoffs.  He has 50+ yard range on field goals, averages 65 yards on kickoffs with 3.75 hang time and consistently punts with a 40+ yard average and 4.4+ hang time.  George is going to be a fine college level player.

Field Goal Champion
Gavin Costello (2018, OH) – Gavin has only been kicking for 6 weeks.  After a few lessons with Chris Sailer Kicking instructor Drew Basil, he was ready to go in Pittsburgh.  He is a naturally gifted athlete with a very strong leg.  He nailed 6 consecutive field goals ranging from 30 to 53 yards to win the competition.  Gavin has only scratched the surface of what he is capable of.  The future is bright with continued hard work.

Punt Champion
Koby Keifer (2018, WV) – Koby was one of the most impressive overall performers on the day.  He is an excellent combo (K/P) prospect.  On this day he came out on top in the punting competition by consistently hitting balls 45+ yards with 4.4+ second hang time.  He was also strong on field goals, showing 50+ yard range and kickoffs, driving the ball deep into the end zone.  Look for Koby to compete with the best in his class this coming January in Las Vegas.

TOP 2018 Prospects
Justin Smith (2018, OH) – The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking specialist continues to improve at an impressive rate.  Coming off an excellent showing in Chicago last month, he backed it up with another strong performance in Pittsburgh.  He was a finalist in nearly every competition and could have easily won it.

Zach Sterr (2018, NJ) – Zach had perhaps the strongest leg at the entire camp.  He has attended several Chris Sailer Kicking camps and continues to improve each time we see him.  He shows D1 potential in all 3 areas (FG, KO & Punt).  Great things lie ahead for Zach with continued hard work.

Other 2018 Top prospects: Aidan Clemente & Owen Rozanc

Top 2019 Prospect: Zach Hoban & Keaton Hier

Top 2020 Prospects: Nicolas Basile, Blake Edwards & Casey Farrell

Join Chris Sailer Kicking at the following locations to be a part of it:  Seattle, WA (October 23), Los Angeles, CA (October 30), Charlotte NC (November 20), Dallas, TX (December 4), Phoenix, AZ (December 11), Atlanta, GA (December 18).  Then the big one, the Super Bowl for Kickers, Punters & Long Snappers, Vegas XXIX (January 14-15, 2017). To be the best, train and compete with the best.  For more information and complete results and player rankings, visit ChrisSailerKicking.com

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Meet the “TOP 12” Class of 2017

In 2003, Chris Sailer Kicking established the biggest kicking, punting, and long snapping camp the world had ever seen, The National Kicking Competition.  The camp brought in the best of the best from across the nation to compete at one location.  The camp established credible recruiting rankings and evaluations for kickers, punters, and long snappers that college coaches across the country would use for years to come.  The camp, now simply known as VEGAS takes place in Las Vegas each year in January.
Every athlete comes with one major goal in common, making the prestigious “TOP 12”.  This is THE exposure list to be on for national exposure.  The twelve best underclassmen in the nation are identified for the Kicking/Punting positions.  The best of the best are then invited to the exclusive, invite only,“TOP 12” camp that following summer.  College coaches take notice, and scholarships are awarded.

To get an idea for what the “TOP 12” is all about, take a look at some of the very best over the years:  Ryan Succop (South Carolina & Tennessee Titans), Kai Forbath (UCLA, Lou Groza Award Winner, & New Orleans Saints), Dan Bailey (Oklahoma State, Lou Groza Award Winner & Dallas Cowboys), & Randy Bullock (Texas A&M, Lou Groza Award Winner, & New York Jets), Bryan Anger (CAL & Jacksonville Jaguars), Brad Nortman (Wisconsin & Carolina Panthers), Blair Walsh (Georgia & Minnesota Vikings), Justin Tucker (Texas, Baltimore Ravens & Super Bowl Champion), Jeff Locke (UCLA & Minnesota Vikings), Cody Parkey (Auburn, Philadelphia Eagles), Tress Way (Oklahoma & Washington Redskins), Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA, Lou Groza Award Winner & Houston Texans).  Just to name a few!

Meet the “TOP 12″ Class of 2017!

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Name: Brooks Buce

High School: Greater Atlanta Christian School

State: GA

Graduation Year: 2017

Position: Punter/Kicker

Current Punter Class Ranking: #5
Current Kicker Class Ranking: #44

Top 5 College Choices:  The University of Miami, Clemson, Georgia, Tennessee and Oklahoma

3 Favorite Hobbies: Anything that involves a lake, hanging with my friends and playing pick-up football

3 Favorite Athletes: Justin Tucker, Stephen Curry and Roddy White

3 Biggest Role Models: Both my parents, my granddad and my head coach (coach Hardy)

Favorite Quote: “You miss 100% of the shots that you never take.”

Brooks Says: My goal is to be the punter/kicker that I can possibly be by giving all my effort and also to show coaches that I can perform when it’s needed. I feel like the thing that makes me great is my love for what I am doing and also that I am a teachable athlete.”

Chris Sailer Says: “Brooks is a very talented all around K/P prospect. A phenomenal athlete with elite leg strength. Punting is currently his biggest strength. He shows huge college potential in this area. Field goals are strong and show nice promise. Kickoffs are a solid and near the top of his class. He’s a competitor that does very well under pressure. Look for Brooks to develop into one of the very best this spring and summer and pick up offers. I really like his upside. Big time prospect.”

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Name: Joseph Bulovas

High School: Mandeville HS

State: LA

Graduation Year: 2017

Position: Kicker/Punter

Current Kicker Class Ranking: #4
Current Punter Class Ranking: #8

Top 5 College Choices: Ole Miss, LSU, Alabama, Georgia, Oklahoma State

Current Offers: Tulane

3 Favorite Hobbies: Kicking, spending time with my family & helping out in the community

3 Favorite Athletes: Drew Brees, Derek Jeter, Phil Mickelson

3 Biggest Role Models:

Favorite Quote: “For I know the plans I have for you declares the Lord,” “Plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11

Joseph Says: “My goal is striving to be known not as “one of the best”, but known as the best! And to be known as the best to ever do what I do in college and NFL.  If you watch me one time,  you will know that I am the best; there will be no doubt.”

Chris Sailer Says: “Joseph is simply an big time talent. A phenomenal athlete with a great leg. Field goals are strong and consistent off the ground. Kickoffs are outstanding, D1 ready right now. He’s also developing into a great punter. Joseph is a competitor that does very well under pressure. A fine young man with a great attitude and work ethic. He will challenge for the #1 kicker in the nation in his class. Expect him to dominate camps this summer and pick up multiple offers. Scholarship pick without a doubt. Excellent prospect. OFFER NOW!!!”

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Name: Brent Cimaglia

High School: Fred J. Page HS

State: TN

Graduation Year: 2017

Position: Kicker/Punter

Current Kicker Class Ranking: #2
Current Punter Class Ranking: #4

Current Offers: Committed (Southern Miss)

Top 5 College Choices: Clemson, Georgia, Memphis, Southern Miss & Miami (FL)

3 Favorite Hobbies: Fishing, community service and disk golf

3 Favorite Athletes: Tim Tebow, Sebastian Janikowski & Adam Vinatieri

3 Biggest Role Models: Robert Cassidy, my great grandfather (passed in 2015), Zackery Cimaglia, my brother & my dad Dan Cimaglia. Family is very important to me.

Favorite Quote: The difference between ‘possible’ and ‘impossible’ is a man’s determination. (unknown)  and Philippians 4:13, “I can do all things through Christ, who strengthens me”

Brent Says: “My goal is to obtain a great college education while playing football for an outstanding college program. My work ethic, both on and off the field, makes me the best choice in the nation.”

Chris Sailer Says: “Brent is a big time all around K/P prospect. A great athlete with one of the strongest legs in his class. Field goals are smooth and consistent off the ground. Kickoffs are near the very top of his class. Also a top national punting prospect. Does very well under pressure. Brent is clearly one of THE top combo prospects in the country. I expect Brent to dominate this spring and summer. Outstanding prospect. OFFER NOW!!! Huge pick up for Southern Miss!”

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Name: Tucker Day

High School: Brentwood HS

State: TN

Graduation Year: 2017

Position: Punter/Kicker

Current Punter Class Ranking: #2
Current Kicker Class Ranking: #46

Top 5 College Choices: Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida State, Clemson

3 Favorite Hobbies: Hockey, Soccer & Singing in the school choir

3 Favorite Athletes:

3 Biggest Role Models:

Favorite Quote:

Tucker Says: “My goal is to have my life in direct proportion to my commitment to excellence.  I have been told I have the most powerful leg in the country, with that gift comes great responsibility to be the very best of the very best.”

Chris Sailer Says: “Tucker is one of the most talented punting prospects that I have seen in years. He has the strongest leg in the nation and shows tremendous potential. Punts with great confidence. His consistency is improving dramatically. Easily hits punts with 5.0+ hang times. He has all the tools to be a dominating D1 college punter. Also a talented kicker. A fine young man with a great attitude and work ethic. I look forward to what the future holds for Tucker. Big time prospect. Should dominate all competition this summer and pick up multiple scholarship offers. OFFER NOW!!!”

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Name:  Cooper Graham

High School: TC Roberson HS

State: NC

Graduation Year: 2017

Position: Kicker/Punter

Current Kicker Class Ranking: #6
Current Punter Class Ranking: #30

Top 5 College Choices: South Carolina, North CarolinaWisconsin, Clemson & Tennessee

3 Favorite Hobbies: Hanging out with friends, playing basketball & going to the lake

3 Favorite Athletes: Sebastian Janikowski, Michael Jordan & Cam Newton

3 Biggest Role Models: My father, Billy Graham & Brooks Abbott

Favorite Quote: “Nothing worth having comes easy.”

Cooper Says: “I have very high goals for myself and won’t stop until I achieve them. I have a mentality off and on the field like no other.  I can also speak to coaches and communicate, that will set me over my competition after my performance surpasses them as well.”

Chris Sailer Says: “Cooper is one of the very best kickers in the nation.  A great looking athlete with big time college potential.  Field goals are outstanding. Kickoffs are near the top of his class, D1 ready. Also shows strong punting potential. Does very well under pressure. He has proven time and time again that he is one of the very best in this class. A fine young man with a great attitude and work ethic.  Love his future. Big time prospect that should impress college coaches this off season and earn scholarship offers. OFFER NOW!!!”

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Name:  Josh Grant

High School: Flower Mound HS

State: TX

Graduation Year: 2017

Position: Kicker

Current Class Ranking: #13

Top 5 College Choices: Baylor, Wisconsin, LSU, Georgia & Oklahoma State

3 Favorite Hobbies: Fishing, Cars & Golf

3 Favorite Athletes: Dan Bailey, Michael Jordan & Lionel Messi

3 Biggest Role Models: Jesus, Robert Griffin III & my Dad

Favorite Quote:  “When you’ve got something to prove, there’s nothing greater than a challenge.”

Josh Says: “Through training, hard work and perseverance, I want to be the best kicker I can be. I am the best kicker in the nation because of my consistency and work ethic.”

Chris Sailer says: “Josh is an excellent kicker. A great athlete with one of the strongest legs in his class. Field goals are outstanding and are a real strength. Kickoffs are strong and near the top of his class. A competitor that handles pressure very well. Has all the tools to compete with the very best in this class. I really like his upside and future potential. Keep a close eye on this talented kicker. A fine young man with a great attitude and work ethic. Should dominatecollege camps this summer. Outstanding prospect.”

 

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Name:  Lucas Havrisik   

High School:  Norco HS

State: CA

Graduation Year:  2017

Position: Kicker/Punter

Current Kicker Class Ranking: #8
Current Punter Class Ranking: #10

Top 5 College Choices:  USC, UCLA, Oregon, Clemson, Baylor

3 Favorite Hobbies:  Video games, basketball and soccer

3 Favorite Athletes:  Ronaldinho, Marquette King & Michael Jordan

3 Biggest Role Models:  My Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, Coach Dennis Brown, and My Grandfather & John Havrisik

Favorite Quote: Philippians 4:13, “I can do all things through Christ, who strengthens me.”

Lucas Says: “I want to become the most consistent and accurate kicker/punter combo player I can be so I have an opportunity to be a student athlete in a Division 1 school and God willing, a professional kicker in the NFL. I am one of the best in the nation because I have been blessed with several God given talents including being a strong all-around athlete which has allowed me to compete at a high level and be successful thus far.”

Chris Sailer Says: “Lucas is a big time all around kicking/punting prospect. He is a great athlete with one of the stronger legs in his class. Hits a pure ball off the ground on field goals. He is extremely accurate. His kickoffs are strong and consistent. He is confident and does well under pressure. Lucas also shows great ability as a punter. He has the tools to be one of the top combo players in the nation. Outstanding college prospect.”

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Name: Tommy Martin

High School: Hickory HS

State: VA

Graduation Year: 2017

Position: Kicker/Punter

Current Kicker Class Ranking: #10
Current Punter Class Ranking: #9

Top 5 College Choices: Virginia Tech, North Carolina, Alabama, Notre Dame & Clemson

3 Favorite Hobbies: Hanging out with friends, playing sports & Surfing

3 Favorite Athletes: Odell Beckham Jr, Lebron James & Steph Curry

3 Biggest Role Models: My Head Football Coach (Jupiter Wilson), my track coach (Melvin Queen) and my parents

Favorite Quote: “Hard work beats talent, when talent doesn’t work hard”

Tommy says: “My main goal is to be as consistent as possible & to help out my team whenever I’m called upon. My athleticism and ability to extend a play if necessary really differentiates me.”

Chris Sailer Says: “Tommy is an outstanding prospect.. A great athlete with one of the strongest legs in his class. Field goals are excellent off the ground. Kickoffs are a real strength and near the very top of his class. Also shows great punting potential. Does well under pressure. A natural talent that has a bright future at the college level. Has a great attitude and work ethic. Tommy should dominate college camps this summer and earn scholarship offers. Big time prospect. OFFER NOW!!!”

 

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Name:  Hayden Moehring

High School: Bentonville HS

State: AR

Graduation Year: 2017

Position: Kicker

Current Class Ranking: #7

Top 5 College Choices: Wisconsin, Vanderbilt, Texas, Northwestern & North Carolina

3 Favorite Hobbies: Fishing, ping pong & working out

3 Favorite Athletes: Steve Weatherford, Drew Brees & Kobe Bryant

3 Biggest Role Models: Bennett Moehring, Pat Mcafee & Justin Tucker

Favorite Quote:  “By the grace of God I am what I am. His grace that is bestowed on me will not go in vain. For I will outwork them all.” 1 Corinthians 15:10

Hayden Says: “I want to get a scholarship to play division 1 football at a high caliber academic school.  My work ethic separates me from the pack because I am constantly perfecting my craft and working every day to get better in the gym and on the field.”

Chris Sailer Says: “Hayden is a big time talent. He has one of the very best legs in his class and as much potential as anyone. Shows 55+ yard field goal range off the ground. His consistency continues to improve each time we see him. His kickoffs are a major strength. He is hitting balls 70-75 yards with 4.0 plus hang time. A competitor that does very well under pressure. I really like his future. Hayden is a D1 Scholarship Pick. Don’t wait to long on him, OFFER NOW!!!”

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Name: Bill Rubright

High School: Marist School

State: GA

Graduation Year: 2017

Position: Punter

Current Class Ranking: #3

Top 5 College Choices: Clemson, Alabama, Northwestern, Miami (FL) & University of Southern California

3 Favorite Hobbies: Fly fishing, wake surfing & outdoor adventurous travel

3 Favorite Athletes: Tom Brady, Matt Bosher & Kyle Farmer

3 Biggest Role Models: My Father, Tom Brady & Benjamin Franklin 

Favorite Quote: “The fight is won or lost far away from witnesses – behind the lines, in the gym, and out there on the road, long before I dance under those lights.”

Bill Says: “My goal is to combine academic and athletic excellence as a basis for an entrepreneurial career in business leadership.  I was fortunate to inherit natural punting ability and I am dedicated to perfecting my craft of punting.”

Chris Sailer Says: “Bill is an excellent punter. He is a great athlete with a perfect punting frame. He is one of the most consistent and reliable punters in the nation. He punts for a great combination of distance and hang time and is able to directional punt. He has all the tools to dominate the D1 level. I think he has a bright future. Look for Bill to get the attention of college coaches this off season and pick up multiple scholarship offers. Big time prospect.”

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Name: Brandon Ruiz

High School:  Williams Field HS

State: AZ

Graduating Class of: 2017

Position: Kicker/Punter

Current Kicker Class Ranking: #3
Current Punter Class Ranking: #21

Current Offers: Arizona, Oregon State

Top 5 College Choices: Alabama, Ole Miss, Cal, Clemson & Arizona State /Arizona

Hobbies: Kicking, Hanging with friends & Working out

3 People You Look Up To: God, Parents & Coaches


3 Favorite Athletes: Muhammad Ali, Floyd Mayweather Jr. & Larry Fitzgerald

Favorite Quote: “Dream as if you’ll live forever, live as if you will die today”

Brandon says: “My goal is to kick at a big time football school with 100,000+ fans cheering me on to the National Championship, while earning my degree and preparing to kick in the NFL.  I feel that I am the best kicker in the nation because I am confident in my abilities at all times, and have proven myself many times over, kicking against the best in the country.

Chris Sailer Says: “Brandon is a big time kicking prospect. He is a great athlete with an elite leg. Field goals are outstanding off the ground. Kickoffs are D1 ready right now. He is also a dependable punter. Brandon is a competitor that does very well under pressure. He has all the tools to be a star at the D1 level. A fine young man with a great attitude and work ethic. There is no doubt that he is a scholarship pick. OFFER NOW!!!”

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Name: Adam Stack

High School: Kamehameha HS

State: HI

Graduation Year: 2017

Position: Kicker/Punter

Current Kicker Class Ranking: #1
Current Punter Class Ranking: #1

Current Offers: Miami (FL), Wisconsin, San Diego State

Top 5 College Choices: Alabama, Oklahoma, Oregon, Miami (FL) & Wisconsin

3 Favorite Hobbies: Surfing, Sleeping & Kicking

3 Favorite Athletes: Kekoa Sasaoka, Adam Vinatieri & LeBron James

3 Biggest Role Models: My Mom, Dad & Grandma

Favorite Quote: “We’re not here to take part, we’re here to take over”

Adam Says: “My goal is to play football at a D1 school and make a positive impact on and off the field. I am the best in the nation because I refuse to be out worked and I will do whatever it takes to be the best.”

Chris Sailer Says: “Adam is an outstanding kicker.  He is smooth and very natural.  Field goals are strong and consistent off the ground. He gets fantastic height on his ball. Kickoffs are the very best in the nation as of 1-17-16. Also a big time punter, ranked #1 in the nation as of 1-17-16.  Does very well under pressure. He is the #1 overall prospect in the nation. One of the very best that we have seen in years. A bright college future awaits.  A fine young man with a great attitude and work ethic.  Excellent prospect. OFFER NOW!!!”

Want to be a part of it? Your chance comes May 21-12 at VEGAS XXVIII.  Do you have what it takes to make “Event Elite”?

See you in Las Vegas.

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VEGAS XXVII – Field Goal Results

VEGAS XXVII – Field Goal Results

January 16-17, 2016

Classes of 2019/2020/2021

Place Name Score
1 Fuller, Cade 8
2 Horn, Timothy 7
3 Crosa, Griffin 6
4 Wale, Gavin 5
T5 Burgos, Bernardo 4
T5 Felkins, Alex 4
T5 Shearer, Tyler 4
T5 Sten, Carson 4
T5 Walters, Brandon 4
T10 Brooksby, Connor 3
T10 Davis, Evan 3
T10 Jaridly, Ramzee 3
T10 Johnson, Cole 3
T10 Abbes, Christopher 3
T15 Van Eekeren, Chris 2
T15 Yanni, Peter 2
T17 Hier, Keaton 1
T17 Sample, Bradley 1
T17 Whipple, Gabriel 1
T20 Ayoub, Luke 0
T20 Benedict, Jayden 0
T20 Laws, Carter (20) 0
T20 LeFevre, Michael 0
T20 Oswald, Jack 0
T20 Shuran, Ivan (21) 0

Class of 2018

Place Name Score
1 Dunn, Christopher 12
2 Ng, Derek 10
T3 DeLong, Skyler 9
T3 Fukuroda, Tyler 9
T3 Harjehausen, Jared 9
T6 Campbell, Charles 8
T6 Lipel, Jonah 8
T6 Monkman, Ryan 8
T6 Smith, Josh 8
T6 Wood, Chris 8
T11 Flintoft, Collin 7
T11 Geddes, Campbell 7
T11 Jaeger, Matthew 7
T11 Maiuolo, Alessandro 7
T11 Malsch, Hunter 7
T11 McMillan, Jordan 7
T11 Medina, Luis 7
T11 Shelbred, Perry 7
T19 Culhane, Ajay 6
T19 Freibert, Christopher 6
T19 Jones, Bryce 6
T19 Lindquist, Jonathan 6
T19 Tobias, Jacob 6
T24 Clemente, Aidan 5
T24 Favella, Eduardo 5
T24 Mosharrafa, Anthony 5
T24 Talley, Cole 5
T28 Camarda, Jake 4
T28 Magnone, Riley 4
T28 March, Jared 4
T28 Pahl, Ben 4
T28 Watkins, Matthew 4
T33 Cassidy, Drew 3
T33 Fellenzer, Eric 3
T33 Gannon, Joseph 3
T33 Holous, Jacob 3
T33 Rice, Javan 3
T33 Smith, Justin 3
39 Bell, Corey 2
40 Berman, Chase 1
T41 Brady, Con 0
T41 Fogarty, Preston 0
T41 Weires, Collin 0

Class of 2017

Place Name Score
1 Stack, Adam 14
2 Cacho-Sousa, Diego 13
T3 Roark, Jake 12
T3 Schroeder, Bailey 12
T5 Continente, Kyle 11
T5 Gutierrez, Daniel 11
T5 McLarty, Jackson 11
T5 Salerno, Michael 11
T5 Saros, Zack 11
T5 Torres, Ethan 11
T11 Armstrong, Logan 10
T11 Cimaglia, Brent 10
T11 Ewton, Michael 10
T11 Fuller, Asa 10
T11 Neuhauser, Austin 10
T11 Sentkowski, Kyle 10
T11 Stout, Jordan 10
T11 Thomson, Zachary 10
T19 Brake, Caleb 9
T19 Brungardt, Cole 9
T19 DeCozio, Tony 9
T19 Favaro, Andrew 9
T19 Gronewold, Cody 9
T19 Landgrebe, Chris 9
T19 Larsh, Collin 9
T19 Norwood, Jefferson 9
T19 Pace, Geoffrey 9
T19 Tovar, Luke 9
T29 Bailey, Jacob 8
T29 Barahona, Jonathan 8
T29 Bunnell, Liam 8
T29 Davidovicz, Justin 8
T29 Ferrer, Antonio 8
T29 Glick, Branden 8
T29 Gomer, Ryan 8
T29 Henry, Peyton 8
T29 Klucewich, Joey 8
T29 Longhetto, Dario 8
T29 Martin, Tommy 8
T29 Maruyama, Kealii 8
T29 Norton, Matthew 8
T29 Onate, Frankie 8
T29 Padilla, Tyler 8
T29 Sanchez, Steve 8
T45 Allmeyer, Austin 7
T45 Cooper, Jack 7
T45 Finegan, Evan 7
T45 Frank, Seth 7
T45 Graham, Cooper 7
T45 Hawk, Hayden 7
T45 Lane, Jake 7
T45 Leisle, Michael 7
T45 Madigan, Kevin 7
T45 Meyer, Tristan 7
T45 Minami, Evan 7
T45 Moehring, Hayden 7
T45 Parker, Skye 7
T45 Pollnow, Charles 7
T45 Reed, Hunter 7
T45 Salani, Marco 7
T45 Sampson, Parker 7
T45 Stearns, Zach 7
T45 Stonehouse, Ryan 7
T45 Tanguay, Jacob 7
T45 Whelan, Daniel 7
T45 Zetterberg, Johan 7
T45 Zolferino, Torre 7
T68 Andrade, Carter 6
T68 Bulovas, Joseph 6
T68 Demaine, Connor 6
T68 Dunkle, Gabriel 6
T68 Durocher, Adam 6
T68 Everett, Hunter 6
T68 Fitzgerald, Ryan 6
T68 Fohs, Bryson 6
T68 Grant, Josh 6
T68 Harwell, Ryan 6
T68 Mcgrath, Chase 6
T68 Paim, Tiago 6
T68 Ruiz, Brandon 6
T68 Woolley, Chandler 6
T82 Burnham, Austin 5
T82 Carmichael, Drew 5
T82 Chan, Jeffrey 5
T82 Darwiche, Karim 5
T82 Eggeman, Clay 5
T82 Gagnon, Brandon 5
T82 Havrisik, Lucas 5
T82 Hunt, Tyler 5
T82 Malhado, Leo 5
T82 Mojarro, Daniel 5
T82 Neubeck, Michael 5
T82 Pontiff, Gabe 5
T94 Bazarevitsch, Matthew 4
T94 Bowens, Trevor 4
T94 Buce, Brooks 4
T94 Carcamo, Tanner 4
T94 Delgadillo, Augustin 4
T94 Keidel, Rand 4
T94 Sears, Andrew 4
T94 Snyder, Nathan 4
T94 Usry, Alex 4
T103 Cooper, Thomas 3
T103 Ellis, Ethan 3
T103 Keasler, Hogan 3
T103 Mack, Aaron 3
T103 Mizo, Micah 3
T103 Perez, Danny 3
T109 Carlson, Dylan 2
T109 Erickson, Riley 2
T109 Papazian, Brian 2
T109 Schmid, Drew 2
113 Cybak, John 0

Class of 2016

Place Name Score
1 Riccitelli, Collin 15
2 Woznick, Alex 13
T3 Duncan, Keith 12
T3 Porter, Jared 12
T5 Fudge, Trenton 11
T5 Kujawski, Seth 11
T5 Oldroyd, Jake 11
T5 Sasaoka, Kekoa 11
T5 Souza, Mitchell 11
T5 Fierst, Luke 11
T11 Baluyut, Dylan 10
T11 Cote, David 10
T11 Silvester, Eric 10
T11 Smolar, Jared 10
T11 Alerding, Vincent 10
T11 Rodriguez, Christian 10
T11 Pierson, Crawford 10
T18 Chadwell, Caleb 9
T18 Fitschen, Jerry 9
T18 Scott, Charlie 9
T18 Sloman, Samuel 9
T18 Verity, Jake 9
T18 Brown, Dylan 9
T24 Baughman, Erik 8
T24 Blair, Matt 8
T24 DeJager, Nathan 8
T24 Hilfer, John 8
T24 Moore, Will 8
T24 Raborn, Bailey 8
T24 Stalter, Chris 8
T31 Bunce, Cole 7
T31 Clark, Jaxon 7
T31 Jones, Nick 7
T31 Noyes, Edwin 7
T31 Santos, Mauricio 7
T31 Smiley, Nick 7
T37 Boermeester, Kevin 6
T37 Culp, Connor 6
T37 Gomez, Montana 6
T37 Nichols O., William 6
T37 Scharff, Samuel 6
T37 Selsor, Mikey 6
T37 Siemieniec, Gabriel 6
T37 Tandy, Seiver 6
T37 Wengierski, John 6
T37 Wielenga, Alex 6
T37 Young, Jonn 6
T48 McGinnis, Hayden 5
T48 Rodriguez, Miguel 5
T48 Romo, Parker 5
T48 Slyter, Andre 5
T52 Gibson, Cole 4
T52 Medina, Jaime 4
T52 Hank, Andrew 4
T55 Alfaro, Martin 3
T55 Frausto, Jose 3
T57 Basco, Daryian 2
T57 Fontana, Joey 2
T57 Gilbert, Noah 2

Junior College / Transfer

Place Name Score
1 Marquez, Diego 13
T2 Brown, Brandon 10
T2 Gracia, Brandon 10
T2 Antenneza, Christian 10
T5 Boyd, Zach 9
T5 Murray, Patrick 9
T5 Plooster, Cannon 9
T8 Gromoll, Andreas 8
T8 Guerra, Tavis 8
T8 Naiditch, Dorian 8
T8 Sabourin, Cole 8
T12 Arzt, Leonard 7
T12 Blackford, Daniel 7
T14 Elizondo, Jose 5
T14 Hierlihy, Nathan 5
T16 Mendez, Miguel 4
T16 Tamburo, Riggs 4

All kickers attempted fields goals of 35, 35, 40, 40, 45, 45, 50, & 50 yards.

2 points were awarded for a dead center kick, 1 point for all other makes.  1 bonus point was awarded if the kicker made all 8 kicks.  Max points = 17.

All kicks were attempted with live snap and hold.

Conditions: 40-50 degrees. No Wind.

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VEGAS XXVII – Kickoff Results

VEGAS XXVII – KICKOFF RESULTS

January 16 -17, 2016

Classes of 2019/2020/2021

Place Name Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Abbes, Christopher 51.2 3.36 54 / 3.46
2 Fuller, Cade 53.2 3.29 57 / 3.03
3 Davis, Evan 51.6 3.29 58 / 3.19
T4 Jaridly, Ramzee 49 3.39 48 / 3.83
T4 Horn, Timothy 50.2 3.34 53 / 3.41
T6 Ayoub, Luke 49.2 3.3 52 / 3.38
T6 Sten, Carson 51.2 3.23 53 / 3.38
8 Van Eekeren, Chris 54.2 3.05 60 / 3.56
9 Felkins, Alex 48.8 3.2 49 / 3.28
10 Benedict, Jayden 48.8 3.15 52 / 3.09
11 Johnson, Cole 48.8 3.05 56 / 3.15
12 Brooksby, Connor 48.8 3.01 54 / 2.93
13 Walters, Brandon 43 3.06 46 / 3.03
14 Shearer, Tyler 45.2 2.86 47 / 3.06
15 Oswald, Jack 43.6 2.95 44 / 3.28
16 Crosa, Griffin 43 2.98 44 / 3.00
17 Wale, Gavin 43.6 2.85 45 / 3.36
T18 Yanni, Peter 45.2 2.61 51 / 3.17
T18 Hier, Keaton 47 2.57 51 / 2.81
20 Sample, Bradley 45 2.48 50 / 3.28
21 Whipple, Gabriel 42.6 2.73 45 / 3.41
22 Shuran, Ivan (21) 33.6 2.85 35 / 2.96
23 Laws, Carter (20) 35.8 2.63 40 / 3.07
24 Burgos, Bernardo 41 2.41 43 / 3.04
25 LeFevre, Michael 33.6 2.01 38 / 2.63

Class of 2018

Place Name Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Talley, Cole 64 3.56 62 / 4
2 Dunn, Christopher 65 3.42 66 / 3.72
3 Rice, Javan 59.6 3.42 65 / 3.2
4 McMillan, Jordan 58.4 3.43 62 / 3.57
5 Favella, Eduardo 56.6 3.51 57 / 3.69
T6 DeLong, Skyler 61.8 3.35 64 / 3.54
T6 Harjehausen, Jared 63.8 3.29 68 / 3.47
8 Campbell, Charles 56.4 3.42 60 / 3.6
T9 Jones, Bryce 55.4 3.55 62 / 3.56
T9 Maiuolo, Alessandro 58.6 3.29 63 / 3.22
11 Tobias, Jacob 56.6 3.38 61 / 3.56
12 Culhane, Ajay 56.4 3.37 57 / 3.45
13 Fukuroda, Tyler 55.4 3.41 56 / 3.57
14 Camarda, Jake 53.2 3.64 55 / 3.78
15 Lindquist, Jonathan 57 3.2 61 / 3.49
16 Watkins, Matthew 58.2 3.17 63 / 3.23
17 Geddes, Campbell 55.4 3.28 57 / 3.31
T18 Berman, Chase 50.2 3.38 53 / 3.43
T18 Fellenzer, Eric 53.8 3.27 57 / 3.57
T18 Mosharrafa, Anthony 60.2 2.9 64 / 3.31
21 Monkman, Ryan 55.2 3.2 58 / 3.5
22 Freibert, Christopher 53.6 3.26 60 / 3.5
T23 Medina, Luis 56.2 3.09 60 / 3.33
T23 Smith, Josh 56.8 3.03 58 / 3.12
25 Ng, Derek 56.2 3.08 63 / 3.28
26 Jaeger, Matthew 53.6 3.1 62 / 3.38
27 Cassidy, Drew 47 3.29 54 / 3.4
28 Smith, Justin 53.4 3.1 57 / 3.06
29 Malsch, Hunter 51 3.1 56 / 3.47
30 Lipel, Jonah 50 3.12 56 / 3.53
T31 Clemente, Aidan 48.4 3.16 50 / 3.22
T31 Wood, Chris 52 3.08 51 / 3.25
33 Flintoft, Collin 53.4 2.77 54 / 3.06
34 Magnone, Riley 48.8 3.07 52 / 3
T35 Gannon, Joseph 47 2.99 48 / 3.38
T35 March, Jared 50.2 2.6 51 / 3.09
37 Brady, Con 39.2 3.07 41 / 3.4
38 Weires, Collin 46.4 2.85 46 / 3.22
39 Shelbred, Perry 47 2.08 57 / 3.03
40 Bell, Corey 40.8 2.78 46 / 2.87
T41 Holous, Jacob 44.6 2.51 48 / 3.16
T41 Pahl, Ben 44.8 2.5 51 / 2.81
43 Fogarty, Preston 29.8 1.83 32 / 2.15

Class of 2017

Place Name Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
T1 Graham, Cooper 69.6 3.83 73 / 3.85
T1 Ruiz, Brandon 73.2 3.76 77 / 3.91
T3 Cimaglia, Brent 67 3.89 69 / 4.22
T3 Martin, Tommy 69.6 3.69 72 / 3.84
5 Bulovas, Joseph 67.6 3.68 70 / 3.69
6 Havrisik, Lucas 68.4 3.64 71 / 3.8
T7 Longhetto, Dario 65.6 3.75 71 / 3.83
T7 Davidovicz, Justin 67 3.66 69 / 3.84
9 Larsh, Collin 65 3.64 69 / 3.84
T10 Whelan, Daniel 64 3.75 68 / 3.65
T10 Roark, Jake 64.4 3.72 66 / 3.75
12 Everett, Hunter 67.2 3.52 70 / 3.82
13 Stout, Jordan 64.8 3.58 72 / 3.84
14 Fuller, Asa 65.8 3.53 70 / 3.94
15 Tanguay, Jacob 66.8 3.49 69 / 3.55
T16 Cacho-Sousa, Diego 65.4 3.49 67 / 3.56
T16 Thomson, Zachary 65 3.52 67 / 3.77
18 Landgrebe, Chris 63.2 3.56 65 / 3.71
T19 Stearns, Zach 62.4 3.56 67 / 3.56
T19 Buce, Brooks 66 3.41 68 / 3.72
21 Ewton, Michael 64.8 3.45 67 / 3.62
22 Stack, Adam 66.8 3.38 76 / 4.23
T23 Gomer, Ryan 60.8 3.67 61 / 3.79
T23 Gutierrez, Daniel 61.4 3.59 64 / 3.75
25 Onate, Frankie 63.6 3.44 68 / 3.72
26 Papazian, Brian 61.6 3.53 62 / 3.65
27 Ellis, Ethan 64.4 3.39 68 / 3.78
28 Neuhauser, Austin 62.8 3.43 65 / 3.6
29 Mizo, Micah 60.2 3.57 64 / 3.5
30 Lane, Jake 62.2 3.41 68 / 3.85
31 Norwood, Jefferson 62.6 3.4 64 / 3.43
32 Sampson, Parker 59.8 3.56 64 / 3.38
33 Henry, Peyton 67.4 3.25 69 / 3.34
34 Ferrer, Antonio 63.4 3.36 66 / 3.49
T35 McLarty, Jackson 60 3.48 60 / 3.53
T35 Armstrong, Logan 64.8 3.28 70 / 3.47
37 Harwell, Ryan 61 3.38 64 / 3.46
T38 Norton, Matthew 60 3.46 61 / 3.56
T38 Maruyama, Kealii 62.2 3.34 66 / 3.25
40 Bowens, Trevor 58.6 3.54 63 / 3.34
41 Eggeman, Clay 61.4 3.33 63 / 3.47
42 Bunnell, Liam 60.2 3.37 63 / 3.53
43 Keidel, Rand 59.4 3.38 63 / 3.54
T44 Grant, Josh 58.8 3.39 68 / 3.97
T44 Sentkowski, Kyle 60.4 3.32 69 / 3.88
T44 Bailey, Jacob 60.8 3.29 64 / 3.24
47 Padilla, Tyler 58.4 3.42 67 / 3.41
48 Klucewich, Joey 59.8 3.33 61 / 3.68
49 Madigan, Kevin 62 3.22 66 / 3.56
50 Meyer, Tristan 60.6 3.26 65 / 3.31
T51 Hunt, Tyler 56.2 3.55 63 / 4
T51 Pace, Geoffrey 60 3.29 64 / 3.37
T51 Demaine, Connor 64.8 3.11 68 / 3.47
54 Mojarro, Daniel 62 3.2 66 / 3.31
55 Barahona, Jonathan 58.8 3.33 60 / 3.34
56 Brungardt, Cole 61 3.22 64 / 3.24
57 Frank, Seth 58.2 3.37 65 / 3.66
58 Cooper, Thomas 49.2 2.72 57 / 3.22
59 Gronewold, Cody 56 3.48 62 / 3.56
60 Durocher, Adam 59.2 3.28 64 / 3.06
61 Andrade, Carter 61.8 3.14 64 / 3.16
62 Perez, Danny 59.4 3.24 64 / 3.36
63 Bazarevitsch, Matthew 56.6 3.39 61 / 3.31
64 Moehring, Hayden 64 2.95 66 / 3.25
65 Continente, Kyle 55.4 3.41 57 / 3.44
66 Glick, Branden 57.6 3.31 59 / 3.5
67 Usry, Alex 60.2 3.14 62 / 3.47
68 Hawk, Hayden 58.6 3.19 62 / 3.38
69 Mcgrath, Chase 57 3.29 64 / 3.63
60 Schroeder, Bailey 58.4 3.19 64 / 3.09
T71 Leisle, Michael 58 3.22 58 / 3.37
T71 Dunkle, Gabriel 58.2 3.2 62 / 3.13
73 Erickson, Riley 60.8 2.97 65 / 3.82
74 Minami, Evan 55.6 3.31 59 / 3.42
T75 Darwiche, Karim 56.8 3.25 66 / 3.16
T75 Tovar, Luke 59.8 3.05 63 / 3.52
T77 Keasler, Hogan 54.4 3.29 56 / 3.45
T77 Stonehouse, Ryan 58 3.18 66 / 3.75
T79 Schmid, Drew 56.2 3.23 54 / 3.47
T79 Zetterberg, Johan 57.8 3.17 66 / 3.4
81 Torres, Ethan 57.8 3.15 65 / 3.21
81 Pontiff, Gabe 53.2 3.3 56 / 3.35
83 Gagnon, Brandon 54.8 3.23 61 / 3.15
T84 Carmichael, Drew 58.2 3.05 59 / 3.3
T84 Cooper, Jack 58.4 3.02 63 / 3.43
T86 Woolley, Chandler 56.6 3.17 60 / 3.37
T86 Parker, Skye 58.6 2.91 59 / 3.14
88 Salerno, Michael 58 3.06 66 / 3.56
89 Reed, Hunter 58.6 2.86 64 / 2.97
90 Favaro, Andrew 53.6 3.23 60 / 3.42
91 Pollnow, Charles 57.2 3.12 68 / 3.5
92 Cybak, John 50 3.28 52 / 3.39
93 Brake, Caleb 57.2 3.1 61 / 3.6
94 Zolferino, Torre 57.8 3 62 / 3.28
95 Paim, Tiago 57.2 3.05 61 / 3.15
T96 Finegan, Evan 53.2 3.19 59 / 3.34
T96 Sanchez, Steve 57.6 2.95 63 / 3.32
98 Delgadillo, Augustin 53.4 3.15 57 / 3.31
99 Carlson, Dylan 53.8 3.13 55 / 3.25
100 Neubeck, Michael 54.4 3.07 60 / 3.55
101 Fohs, Bryson 51 3.16 55 / 3.35
102 Salani, Marco 53 3.1 58 / 3.12
103 Mack, Aaron 47.8 3.09 55 / 3.34
104 DeCozio, Tony 54 2.79 64 / 3.12
105 Saros, Zack 54.4 2.62 58 / 2.82
106 Snyder, Nathan 54.4 2.55 65 / 3.4
107 Chan, Jeffrey 53.6 2.7 62 / 3.34
108 Allmeyer, Austin 47.4 2.9 50 / 3.23
T109 Fitzgerald, Ryan 44 2.83 52 / 3.41
T109 Burnham, Austin 52.2 2.46 59 / 2.75
111 Malhado, Leo 48.8 2.66 59 / 3.51
112 Sears, Andrew 46 2.67 53 / 2.62
113 Carcamo, Tanner 43.2 2.16 55 / 2.65

Class of 2016

Place Name Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Slyter, Andre 70.4 3.88 72 / 3.91
2 Cote, David 71 3.75 69 / 4
3 Blair, Matt 67.8 3.77 67 / 4.16
4 Oldroyd, Jake 67.2 3.74 71 / 3.84
T5 Brown, Dylan 67.6 3.72 70 / 3.81
T5 Kujawski, Seth 68.4 3.68 70 / 3.72
7 Porter, Jared 66.4 3.68 67 / 4.03
T8 Alerding, Vincent 66.2 3.6 69 / 3.87
T8 Smolar, Jared 63.4 3.74 65 / 3.84
T8 Sloman, Samuel 68.6 3.55 71 / 3.72
11 Medina, Jaime 63 3.73 65 / 3.93
T12 Young, Jonn 64.8 3.59 66 / 3.77
T12 Fitschen, Jerry 66.8 3.55 73 / 3.48
T14 Santos, Mauricio 63.2 3.63 67 / 3.62
T14 Silvester, Eric 65.6 3.58 70 / 3.66
T16 Bunce, Cole 61.4 3.7 69 / 3.86
T16 Sasaoka, Kekoa 65.8 3.55 72 / 3.5
T18 Boermeester, Kevin 63.8 3.59 66 / 3.84
T18 DeJager, Nathan 67.4 3.47 70 / 3.6
20 Romo, Parker 62.6 3.6 69 / 3.71
21 Riccitelli, Collin 62 3.59 62 / 4.1
22 Siemieniec, Gabriel 64 3.44 68 / 3.87
23 Selsor, Mikey 60.8 3.57 65 / 3.69
24 Fudge, Trenton 61.2 3.51 70 / 3.69
25 Woznick, Alex 64 3.26 70 / 3.62
T26 Baughman, Erik 56.4 3.6 59 / 3.82
T26 Clark, Jaxon 61.4 3.41 61 / 3.47
28 Fierst, Luke 64.2 3.15 70 / 3.21
29 Jones, Nick 57.6 3.53 61 / 3.65
30 Noyes, Edwin 58.6 3.43 60 / 3.57
31 Wengierski, John 57.8 3.42 63 / 3.28
32 Basco, Daryian 59 3.31 61 / 3.5
T33 Tandy, Seiver 59.2 3.29 63 / 3.5
T33 Raborn, Bailey 60.2 3.23 73 / 3.88
35 McGinnis, Hayden 55.4 3.49 58 / 3.75
36 Culp, Connor 60.2 3.13 73 / 3.94
T37 Hank, Andrew 56.4 3.4 63 / 3.3
T37 Souza, Mitchell 57.6 3.26 59 / 3.44
T37 Duncan, Keith 59.4 3.22 63 / 3.5
40 Wielenga, Alex 56.6 3.3 59 / 3.31
T41 Pierson, Crawford 55.4 3.33 65 / 3.44
T41 Gomez, Montana 57 3.25 58 / 3.41
T41 Moore, Will 60 3.03 68 / 3.43
44 Scott, Charlie 59.4 3 61 / 3.31
45 Alfaro, Martin 49.8 3.35 52 / 3.5
46 Scharff, Samuel 52.6 3.24 53 / 3.9
T47 Frausto, Jose 54.2 3.13 62 / 2.98
T47 Rodriguez, Christian 56.8 2.99 64 / 3.22
49 Gilbert, Noah 53.2 3.12 58 / 3.37
50 Stalter, Chris 56 2.96 64 / 3.62
T51 Chadwell, Caleb 51.4 3.07 55 / 3.56
T51 Nichols O., William 54.4 2.93 58 / 3.06
53 Hilfer, John 51.6 3.02 59 / 3.49
54 Fontana, Joey 48.8 3.03 55 / 3.1
55 Rodriguez, Miguel 53.6 2.67 57 / 2.87
56 Baluyut, Dylan 52 2.84 58 / 3.41
58 Smiley, Nick 48 2.6 52 / 2.93

Junior College / Transfer

Place Name Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
T1 Brown, Brandon 69.4 3.66 70 / 3.79
T1 Gracia, Brandon 66.2 3.9 70 / 4.09
T3 Antenneza, Christian 66.8 3.59 71 / 3.66
T3 Guerra, Tavis 71.4 3.5 74 / 3.6
5 Plooster, Cannon 63.2 3.63 66 / 3.75
T6 Sabourin, Cole 59.4 3.69 61 / 3.81
T6 Hierlihy, Nathan 61.6 3.64 65 / 3.94
8 Marquez, Diego 63 3.46 71 / 4
9 Gromoll, Andreas 66.8 3.07 71 / 3.22
10 Mendez, Miguel 57.4 3.53 64 / 3.59
11 Blackford, Daniel 61 3.22 70 / 3.56
12 Arzt, Leonard 58.8 3.33 63 / 3.82
13 Naiditch, Dorian 56.4 3.38 59 / 3.57
14 Elizondo, Jose 55 3.14 62 / 3.34
15 Murray, Patrick 55.2 2.58 70 / 3.91
16 Tamburo, Riggs 53.4 2.64 66 / 3.34

All kickers were given 5 kickoffs.  No kicks were dropped.  Best 1 ball = the best 1 ball hit in the set of 5.

Conditions: 40-55 degrees. No wind.

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Vegas XXVII – Punting Results

VEGAS XXVII – PUNT RESULTS

January 16-17, 2016

Classes of 2019/2020/2021

Place Name Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Walters, Brandon 28.5 3.39 33 / 3.4
T2 Fuller, Cade 26.6 3.47 35 / 3.62
T2 Wale, Gavin 27 3.42 33 / 3.76
4 Van Eekeren, Chris 35.4 3.17 43 / 3.47
5 Yanni, Peter 33.4 3.15 37 / 3.66
T6 Johnson, Cole 20.1 3.66 26 / 3.87
T6 Whipple, Gabriel 28.6 3.12 35 / 3.91
8 Shearer, Tyler 22.9 3.33 26 / 3.63
9 Sample, Bradley 19.5 3.56 25 / 3.59
10 Jaridly, Ramzee 22.5 3.37 35 / 3.63
T11 Burgos, Bernardo 18.8 3.44 21 / 3.43
T11 Sten, Carson 22.4 3.3 27 / 3.59
T13 Brooksby, Connor 24 3.04 28 / 3.59
T13 Abbes, Christopher 27 2.89 36 / 3.53
15 Oswald, Jack 22.6 3.18 26 / 3.56
16 Davis, Evan 23.4 3.09 28 / 4.05
T17 Hier, Keaton 21.8 3.2 26 / 3.53
T17 Ayoub, Luke 23.8 3.03 32 / 3.53
19 Horn, Timothy 23.9 2.88 30 / 3.28
20 Crosa, Griffin 19.4 3.26 28 / 3.12
21 Felkins, Alex 18.1 3.27 22 / 3.78
22 Benedict, Jayden 22.6 2.83 28 / 3.06
T23 LeFevre, Michael 18.3 2.75 20 / 3.38
T23 Laws, Carter (20) 18.6 2.72 22 / 2.75
25 Shuran, Ivan (21) 15.8 2.66 18 / 2.97

Class of 2018

Place Name Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Camarda, Jake 39.5 3.91 43 / 4.62
2 DeLong, Skyler 36.9 3.89 42 / 4.37
3 Mosharrafa, Anthony 44.6 3.72 52 / 4.03
4 Fukuroda, Tyler 39.3 3.75 44 / 4.09
5 Ng, Derek 33 3.78 41 / 4.06
6 Dunn, Christopher 36.5 3.57 44 / 4.03
7 Harjehausen, Jared 32.9 3.73 44 / 4.4
8 Monkman, Ryan 34.6 3.57 41 / 3.87
T9 Campbell, Charles 33.9 3.54 40 / 3.79
T9 Smith, Justin 34.1 3.46 39 / 4.1
11 Culhane, Ajay 29.6 3.88 36 / 4.03
12 Shelbred, Perry 34.9 3.34 43 / 3.75
13 Rice, Javan 30.8 3.67 34 / 4.22
14 Berman, Chase 32 3.55 44 / 3.75
15 Medina, Luis 30.6 3.6 42 / 3.78
T16 March, Jared 32.3 3.29 40 / 4
T16 Flintoft, Collin 36.4 3.18 42 / 3.32
18 Favella, Eduardo 26 3.79 28 / 4.94
T19 Wood, Chris 23.8 3.79 34 / 4.25
T19 Gannon, Joseph 31.3 3.35 40 / 4.19
T21 Lipel, Jonah 27.5 3.62 36 / 4.07
T21 Watkins, Matthew 36.5 2.92 45 / 3.47
23 Geddes, Campbell 32.3 3.2 39 / 3.73
24 Fellenzer, Eric 29.8 3.36 38 / 3.97
25 Maiuolo, Alessandro 32.9 3.17 42 / 3.6
26 Talley, Cole 31.5 3.25 40 / 4
27 Cassidy, Drew 32.1 3.18 38 / 3.54
28 Malsch, Hunter 28.3 3.46 31 / 4.06
29 Rybus, JP 28.9 3.45 36 / 3.4
30 Jaeger, Matthew 32.1 3.1 50 / 3.75
31 Holous, Jacob 20.4 3.58 35 / 3.97
T32 Freibert, Christopher 29.3 3.27 31 / 3.37
T32 Smith, Josh 29.5 3.26 34 / 3.47
34 Magnone, Riley 31.3 3.09 40 / 3.34
35 McMillan, Jordan 29.3 3.24 31 / 3.65
36 Jones, Bryce 29.9 3.14 38 / 3.81
37 Brady, Con 24.1 3.27 30 / 3.47
38 Lindquist, Jonathan 29.5 2.8 31 / 3.19
39 Clemente, Aidan 22.9 3.19 29 / 3.75
40 Pahl, Ben 26.9 2.76 29 / 3.1
41 Weires, Collin 25.9 2.69 38 / 3.57
42 Bell, Corey 17.5 2.95 23 / 2.78
43 Fogarty, Preston 14.3 2.2 23 / 3

Class of 2017

Place Name Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
T1 Buce, Brooks 43.8 4.14 54 / 4.9
T1 Stack, Adam 44.3 4.12 47 / 4.62
3 Bulovas, Joseph 46.9 3.99 52 / 4.49
4 Day, Tucker 41 4.43 55 / 4.71
5 Lane, Jake 48.5 3.92 52 / 4.19
6 Maruyama, Kealii 43 3.96 50 / 4.72
7 Ruiz, Brandon 38.5 4.16 52 / 4.78
8 Havrisik, Lucas 37.9 4.21 47 / 4.84
9 Martin, Tommy 41.8 3.84 48 / 4.6
10 Schmid, Drew 42.9 3.8 51 / 4.66
11 Leisle, Michael 41.4 3.82 49 / 4.37
12 Larsh, Collin 42.4 3.78 51 / 4.47
13 Rubright, Bill 40.8 3.81 45 / 4.51
14 Bunnell, Liam 36.9 4.15 48 / 4.72
15 Whelan, Daniel 36.4 4.18 45 / 4.63
T16 Hunt, Tyler 39.6 3.83 42 / 4.13
T16 Snyder, Nathan 41.3 3.74 53 / 4.82
18 Everett, Hunter 44.5 3.66 53 / 4.12
19 Stearns, Zach 35.3 4.08 42 / 4.75
T20 Tanguay, Jacob 38.1 3.75 45 / 4.37
T20 Graham, Cooper 38.9 3.72 40 / 4.34
22 Sentkowski, Kyle 37.8 3.77 42 / 4.53
T23 McLarty, Jackson 36.4 3.83 48 / 4.28
T23 Sanchez, Steve 37.8 3.76 45 / 4.12
25 Cimaglia, Brent 49 3.58 54 / 4.19
T26 Webb, Byrce 35.3 3.88 45 / 3.87
T26 Bowens, Trevor 37.4 3.75 46 / 4.37
28 Erickson, Riley 36.8 3.78 43 / 4.53
29 Gutierrez, Daniel 38.4 3.67 49 / 4.35
30 Stonehouse, Ryan 39.3 3.63 47 / 4.06
31 Thomson, Zachary 36.4 3.74 46 / 4.42
T32 Geiger, Jack 33.3 4.04 40 / 4.62
T32 Brake, Caleb 34.5 3.84 44 / 4.54
34 Bailey, Jacob 39.1 3.56 46 / 4.00
T35 Papazian, Brian 34.4 3.98 45 / 4.32
T35 Demaine, Connor 43.3 3.41 48 / 4.13
37 Gronewold, Cody 40 3.5 55 / 4.56
T38 Norwood, Jefferson 33.3 3.97 41 / 4.44
T38 Davidovicz, Justin 33.9 3.85 37 / 4.16
T40 Perry, Tristan 35.9 3.68 41 / 4.20
T40 Gomez, Bernard 37.1 3.64 50 / 4
42 Meyer, Tristan 38.8 3.51 46 / 3.81
43 Ewton, Michael 34.8 3.75 42 / 4.41
T44 Longhetto, Dario 33.3 3.87 42 / 4.41
T44 Gagnon, Brandon 37.1 3.63 40 / 4.25
46 Mojarro, Daniel 35.3 3.68 46 / 4.22
47 Perez, Danny 34.9 3.7 44 / 4.6
48 Onate, Frankie 37 3.61 39 / 3.78
49 Andrade, Carter 35.5 3.67 45 / 4.41
T50 Finegan, Evan 34.6 3.71 41 / 3.78
T50 Cacho-Sousa, Diego 34.9 3.69 42 / 4.03
T50 Torres, Ethan 37.9 3.48 52 / 4.45
T53 Eggeman, Clay 33.3 3.8 45 / 4.13
T53 Harwell, Ryan 34.6 3.7 39 / 4.06
T55 Stout, Jordan 31.1 4.03 34 / 4.5
T55 Parker, Skye 35.6 3.64 42 / 3.72
T55 Gomer, Ryan 37.9 3.46 52 / 4.25
58 Salerno, Michael 40 3.33 50 / 3.94
59 Hovsepian, Clyde 30.4 3.98 37 / 4.44
60 Roark, Jake 38.1 3.36 48 / 4.09
T61 Darwiche, Karim 30.4 3.97 37 / 4.54
T61 Minami, Evan 32.6 3.78 37 / 4
63 Fitzgerald, Ryan 33.5 3.7 47 / 3.87
64 Frank, Seth 33.3 3.7 37 / 4.25
T65 Schroeder, Bailey 33.5 3.68 34 / 4.16
T65 Fuller, Asa 36.9 3.43 45 / 3.65
67 Zolferino, Torre 34.6 3.63 40 / 3.87
68 Henry, Peyton 35.3 3.53 45 / 4.16
69 Margo, Jason 35.5 3.48 41 / 4
70 Keidel, Rand 36 3.41 40 / 3.75
71 Woolley, Chandler 38.5 3.22 46 / 4.06
72 Delgadillo, Augustin 30.3 3.77 35 / 4.31
73 Carmichael, Drew 37.3 3.21 46 / 4.06
74 Barahona, Jonathan 32 3.66 36 / 4.1
T75 Zetterberg, Johan 34.5 3.38 42 / 4.07
T75 Padilla, Tyler 34.8 3.35 41 / 3.66
T75 Brickell, Jake 35.1 3.32 40 / 3.77
T78 Bazarevitsch, Matthew 30.1 3.69 40 / 4.25
T78 Grant, Josh 32.6 3.58 42 / 4
80 Ferrer, Antonio 37.5 2.78 46 / 3.56
81 Burnham, Austin 31 3.64 35 / 4.03
T82 Chan, Jeffrey 24.5 3.68 28 / 3.85
T82 Armstrong, Logan 35.8 3.18 49 / 4.19
84 Cooper, Jack 33.5 3.4 41 / 3.65
85 Reed, Hunter 34.4 3.34 37 / 3.5
86 Cybak, John 32.4 3.51 40 / 4.38
87 Neubeck, Michael 31.3 3.54 40 / 4.15
88 Madigan, Kevin 32.8 3.42 37 / 3.63
T89 Norton, Matthew 30.4 3.59 36 / 4.18
T89 Mack, Aaron 31 3.54 45 / 3.85
T89 Pollnow, Charles 34.3 3.31 41 / 4.51
92 Pace, Geoffrey 34 3.31 43 / 3.94
93 Mcgrath, Chase 33 3.38 40 / 4.06
94 Moehring, Hayden 34.9 3.05 49 / 4.07
95 Cooper, Thomas 28.5 3.6 34 / 3.82
96 Sears, Andrew 32.6 3.33 42 / 4.32
97 Tovar, Luke 33.9 3.12 38 / 4.19
T98 Dunkle, Gabriel 28.9 3.46 30 / 4
T98 Ellis, Ethan 33.5 2.9 46 / 3.56
100 Favaro, Andrew 30.1 3.36 35 / 4.16
T101 Paim, Tiago 30.8 3.32 36 / 3.31
T101 Neuhauser, Austin 32.3 3.26 42 / 4.31
T101 Landgrebe, Chris 32.8 3.15 45 / 3.87
104 Carcamo, Tanner 32.4 3.23 46 / 3.84
105 Allmeyer, Austin 29.1 3.36 31 / 3.85
106 Mizo, Micah 27.9 3.44 31 / 3.71
107 Malhado, Leo 30 3.31 34 / 3.9
108 Brungardt, Cole 32.6 2.59 40 / 3.57
109 Continente, Kyle 30 3.27 40 / 4.01
110 Glick, Branden 32 2.84 39 / 3.38
111 Pontiff, Gabe 30.8 3.09 40 / 3.78
112 Hawk, Hayden 26.4 3.29 35 / 3.69
113 Klucewich, Joey 27.5 3.26 33 / 3.42
114 Carlson, Dylan 25.4 3.25 32 / 3.53
115 Keasler, Hogan 24.8 3.2 27 / 3.34
116 DeCozio, Tony 29 2.83 42 / 3.18
T117 Saros, Zack 25.4 3.08 34 / 3.28
T117 Durocher, Adam 29 2.67 29 / 3.1
119 Fohs, Bryson 22.8 3.03 30 / 3.44

Class of 2016

Place Name Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Draguicevich, Oscar 48.4 4.16 59 / 4.47
2 Young, Jonn 44.5 4.12 50 / 4.25
3 Silvester, Eric 42.9 4.21 54 / 4.72
4 Porter, Jared 45.4 4.05 57 / 4.41
5 Scott, Charlie 42.5 4.15 52 / 4.44
6 Blair, Matt 43.4 4.08 50 / 4.53
T7 Baughman, Erik 38.5 4.37 48 / 4.37
T7 Woznick, Alex 44.1 4.01 47 / 4.47
T7 Raborn, Bailey 44.5 3.92 49 / 4.38
T7 Kujawski, Seth 47.5 3.88 53 / 4.50
T7 Medina, Jaime 50.4 3.87 58 / 4.6
12 Verity, Jake 39.4 4.13 51 / 4.56
13 Oldroyd, Jake 39.4 4.08 45 / 4.56
T14 Souza, Mitchell 40.1 3.9 46 / 4.60
T14 Thompson, Kyle 41.3 3.88 50 / 4.47
T14 Cote, David 44 3.85 50 / 4.19
17 Fitschen, Jerry 36.4 4.09 47 / 4.78
18 Smolar, Jared 37.5 4.04 52 / 4.53
19 Bauerle, Magill 40.6 3.83 51 / 4.38
20 Slyter, Andre 34.1 4.22 41 / 4.91
21 Clark, Jaxon 36.4 4.01 42 / 4.41
22 Jones, Nick 39.5 3.81 45 / 4.1
23 Noyes, Edwin 38.5 3.67 48 / 4.16
24 Rodriguez, Miguel 38.1 3.66 49 / 4.34
25 Santos, Mauricio 36.1 3.78 47 / 4.25
26 DeJager, Nathan 44.8 3.4 51 / 3.66
27 Pierson, Crawford 35.3 3.82 46 / 3.91
28 Stalter, Chris 37.9 3.64 47 / 4
T29 Alerding, Vincent 33.8 3.89 43 / 4.34
T29 Boermeester, Kevin 34 3.86 42 / 4.22
31 Romo, Parker 34 3.76 36 / 4.38
T32 Chadwell, Caleb 35.3 3.66 43 / 4.22
T32 Riccitelli, Collin 35.4 3.64 43 / 4.35
T32 Brown, Dylan 37 3.53 45 / 4.03
35 Wielenga, Alex 35.1 3.65 48 / 4.03
36 McGinnis, Hayden 35.8 3.54 48 / 3.47
37 Anckle, Andrew 40.1 3.28 51 / 4.1
38 Selsor, Mikey 34 3.57 42 / 4.12
T39 Fierst, Luke 30.5 3.69 35 / 3.72
T39 Moore, Will 35.4 3.49 45 / 4.06
41 Rodriguez, Christian 31.6 3.65 42 / 4.13
42 Ellison, Sam 29.8 3.66 37 / 3.87
T43 Duncan, Keith 32.8 3.55 43 / 3.91
T43 Hank, Andrew 33.8 3.51 43 / 4.16
45 Alfaro, Martin 29.9 3.56 43 / 4.06
46 Fudge, Trenton 33.4 3.5 43 / 3.53
T47 Baluyut, Dylan 28.5 3.52 30 / 3.87
T47 Frausto, Jose 34.4 3.02 43 / 3.72
49 Basco, Daryian 33.9 3.34 38 / 4.03
50 Fontana, Joey 27.9 3.51 36 / 3.81
T51 Sloman, Samuel 36.6 3.51 47 / 4.12
T51 Gilbert, Noah 33.8 3.14 40 / 3.22
53 Hilfer, John 32.5 3.38 46 / 3.25
T54 Gomez, Montana 27 3.49 38 / 3.53
T54 Tandy, Seiver 28.3 3.43 30 / 4.09
T56 Wengierski, John 26 3.42 30 / 3.44
T56 Nichols O., William 30.6 3.03 45 / 3.35
58 Bunce, Cole 3.85 3.39 50 / 4.15
59 Scharff, Samuel 24.8 3.36 28 / 3.47
60 Smiley, Nick 25.5 2.85 32 / 3.78

Junior College / Transfer

Place Name Avg. Distance Avg. Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Guerra, Tavis 47.3 4.21 50 / 4.62
T2 Plooster, Cannon 42.5 4.09 51 / 4.25
T2 Diorio, Dayton 43.6 4.02 50 / 4.2
4 Husebo, James 44.4 3.93 50 / 4.21
T5 Gracia, Brandon 41.1 4.18 46 / 4.54
T5 De Maio, Jacob 46.4 3.88 47 / 4.5
7 Antenneza, Christian 39.6 4.32 51 / 4.83
8 Wuthrich, Codey 40.9 4.12 46 / 4.59
9 Daily, Aidan 39.9 3.96 52 / 4.62
10 Gromoll, Andreas 41.3 3.8 50 / 4.09
11 Sabourin, Cole 41.9 3.76 49 / 4.03
12 Frescura, Dominic 42 3.72 44 / 4.22
13 Brown, Brandon 38.3 3.77 43 / 4.12
T14 Scully, Gavin 35.8 3.89 45 / 4.16
T14 O’Toole, Michael 38.3 3.76 46 / 4.0
16 Nail, Wes 38.4 3.62 44 / 4.39
T17 Mendez, Miguel 34.4 3.67 47 / 3.82
T17 Blackford, Daniel 35 3.66 41 / 4.54
19 Giordano, Nick 37.4 3.44 45 / 4.14
20 Naiditch, Dorian 36.5 3.33 42 / 3.78
21 Arzt, Leonard 32.6 3.61 50 / 4.13
22 Murray, Patrick 27.1 3.59 30 / 4.06

All Punters were given 8 punts. No punts were dropped.  Best 1 ball = the best 1 ball hit in the set of 8.

Conditions: 40-55 degrees. No wind.

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