2019 IL Summer Camp Recap – Ivan Shuran Wins It!

The 2019 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Tour continued this past Saturday in Chicago, IL at the Rosemont Dome. This summer Chris Sailer and Rubio Long Snapping will run 11 camps in the states of CA, TX, IL, SC, NJ, NC and GA. Over 1000 Kickers, Punters and Long Snappers will be in attendance in what is set to be one of the biggest summers in Chris Sailer Kicking history. The Chicago camp once again featured many of the nation’s best specialists. Take a look at the results…

Chris Sailer Kicking Staff: Andrew Gantz, Chris Nendick, Chris Sailer, Drew Basil & Aaron Perez.

Overall Camp ChampionIvan Shuran (2021, OH)
The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking Kicker stepped up when it counted the most. He won the major Field Goal competition by hitting on 90% of his field goals from 35 to 55 yards out. He then defeated Marshall Meeder and Caden Noonkester in the head to head Finals Round. Ivan hits a smooth and accurate ball off the ground. His kickoffs are nearing D1 ready. He is also a more than capable punter. Ivan is a top Class of 2021 national prospect with a bright future.

Ivan Shuran, 2021 (OH)

Kickoff ChampionMarshall Meeder (2020, MI)
The 5-Star Kicker had another extremely impressive camp performance. On this day he won the Kickoff competition by averaging 70+ yards, with 3.9+ hang time. He also hits a big time D1 level ball off the ground on field goal. Marshall is a competitor that thrives under pressure. He is without a doubt a D1 level prospect. Big things ahead for this talented athlete.

Punt Champion – Caden Noonkester (2021, NC)
The 6’6”, 170 pound Punter / Kickoff Specialist was one of the top newcomers at camp. He has an ideal frame for a college level punter. Caden easily averages 40+ yards with solid hang time. He is also an excellent kickoff guy. Caden drives the ball into the end zone with consistency. There is tons of potential here. I look forward to seeing what the future holds. Keep your eye on this talented combo player.

Ivan Shuran, Caden Noonkester & Marshall Meeder

Class of 2020 Standouts: Marshall Meeder, Anjelo Flores, Bryce Bedellion, Brycetyn Hedden, Cade Gold, Caleb Runge, Elias Sewell, Gregory Torcaso, Jacob Lewis, Julian Lee, Luke Andrews, Mitchell Knotek, Morgan Williamson, Zach Pribyl, Casey Rauch.

Class of 2021 Standouts: Ivan Shuran, Owen Konopacki, Bryce Morris, Caden Noonkester, Drew Kanaba, Jack Rigby, John Saner, Joshua Grow, Mark Holder, Marlon Pomili, Trace Hrgich.

Class of 2022 Standouts: Ryan O’Grady, Leo Low.

Class of 2023 Standouts: Nick Duzansky

Future Star: Leo Capparelli

2019 IL Summer Camp Finals Camp VIDEO

The 2019 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Tour will continue with the following upcoming camps College Camp for 4-Year K/P’s in Los Angeles, CA (July 12-14), TOP 12 Camp in Los Angeles, CA (July 15-17), Underclassmen Invitational in Los Angeles, CA (July 18-19), New Jersey (July 21), Charlotte, NC (July 27), San Francisco, CA (July 28) and Atlanta, GA (July 28). Chris Sailer Kicking will also be running the FBU TOP Gun Camp in Rock Hill, SC (July 11-12). At this camp Chris Sailer will select the Adidas FBU Freshman All-Americans (Class of 2023), NBC All-American Bowl All-Americans (Class of 2020) & the Polynesian Bowl All-Americans (Class of 2020).

To register for all Chris Sailer Kicking Camps, visit ChrisSailerKicking.com

To register for FBU TOP GUN, call 973-366-5027.

To be the best, train and compete with the best! #TeamSailer


2019 TX Summer Camp Recap – Reis Vernon Does It Again!

Tanner Cragun, Tabor Allen, Mason Shipley & Reis Vernon
Final Round Video – Vernon Wins It

The 2019 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Tour continued this past Saturday in Dallas, TX. This summer Chris Sailer and Rubio Long Snapping will run 11 camps in the states of CA, IL, SC, NJ, NC and GA. Over 1000 Kickers, Punters and Long Snappers will be in attendance in what is set to be one of the biggest summers in Chris Sailer Kicking history. Many of the nation’s best gathered in Dallas on July 29th ready to get after it. Take a look at the results…

Overall Camp ChampionReis Vernon (2020, OK)
The Vegas XXXIII National Punting Champion, 2019 TX Spring Camp Punt Campion and TOP 12 Camp Invitee continued to dominate Chris Sailer Kicking camp competitions. He was once again stellar in Dallas. He won the punt competition by averaging 45+ yards, with 4.4+ hang time. He won the overall championship by staying consistent and knocking out top national prospects one at a time. Reis is a big time D1 Punting prospect. He is also a legitimate 5-Star Kicking prospect. He has all the tools to be a phenomenal D1 player. OFFER NOW!!!

Vegas XXXIII National Punting Champion Reis Vernon

Field Goal ChampionTanner Cragun (2020, TX)
The TOP 12 Camp Invitee was once again superb this past Saturday. He went 8-8 on Field Goal in one of the major Field Goal Competitions winning it with a 59-yarder. Tanner gets the ball up extremely well off the ground and has 60+ yard range. He is also outstanding on kickoff. He averages 70 yards, with 4.0+ hang time. Tanner is a big time competitor that is ready to play D1 college football. OFFER NOW!!!

Field Goal ChampionTabor Allen (2020, TX)
The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking Kicker is by far one of the best competitors in America. He always seems to win a major competition at every camp. The TOP 12 Camp Invitee had another impressive performance. He won a major Field Goal Competition by going 7-7 with a long of 57 yards. He has a powerful leg and makes kicks with ease from 55+ yards out. His biggest strength is his kickoffs. He hits a major D1 level ball. Tabor averages 70+ yards with big hang time. He has a bright future. OFFER NOW!!!

Kickoff ChampionMason Shipley (2020, TX)
Mason had by far his best performance yet at a Chris Sailer Kicking camp. He was on fire from the start of camp all the way through the end. He won the Kickoff Competition by averaging 70+ yards with 4.0+ hang time. His best ball measured 73 yards, with 4.08 hang time. He was also fantastic on field goal. Mason is smooth and accurate off the ground. He is also a top national Punting prospect. He averages 40+ yards, with 4.4+ hang time. One of the best combo players in America. OFFER NOW!!!

Class of 2019 Standouts: Aleric Hernandez

Class of 2020 Standouts: Reis Vernon, Tanner Cragun, Tabor Allen, Mason Shipley, Reed Kieny, Alejandro Chavarria, Cage Jones, Curtis Falkenburg, Josh Thatcher, Kyler DeRemer, Ricardo Campos, Riley Nuzzo, IIlijah Romero, Jackson Mueller, Jacob Dunne, Jacob Scott, Palmer McColl, Ralph Fawaz.

Class of 2021 Standouts: Joseph McFadden, Alex Auer, Drake Tabor, Francisco Castillo, Joshua Click, Aidan Mutch, Antonio Onofre’, Brad Larson, Brad Talley, Caleb Phillips, Christian Pavon, Ethan Wood, Jack Gaster, Joshua Montemayor, Miguel Alvarado.

Class of 2022 Standouts: Carter Brown, Christian Avelar, Evangelos Moros, Ian Scannell, Jacob Hoelzle, Talon Cope, Zachary Knox.

Class of 2023 Standouts: Brandon Perez, Tyler White, Cash Cooper, Quinn Wieland.

Future Star: Josh Ivey

The 2019 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Tour will continue with upcoming camp in Chicago, IL (July 8), College Camp for 4-Year K/P’s in Los Angeles, CA (July 12-14), TOP 12 Camp in Los Angeles, CA (July 15-17), Underclassmen Invitational in Los Angeles, CA (July 18-19), New Jersey (July 21), Charlotte, NC (July 27), San Francisco, CA (July 28) and Atlanta, GA (July 28). Chris Sailer Kicking will also be running the FBU TOP Gun Camp in Rock Hill, SC (July 11-12). At this camp Chris Sailer will select the Adidas FBU Freshman All-Americans (Class of 2023), NBC All-American Bowl All-Americans (Class of 2020) & the Polynesian Bowl All-Americans (Class of 2020).

To register for all Chris Sailer Kicking Camps, visit ChrisSailerKicking.com

To register for FBU TOP GUN, call 973-366-5027.

To be the best, train and compete with the best! #TeamSailer

To register for TOP GUN, Call 973-336-5027


2019 CA Summer Camp Recap – Triston Brown Commits to Washington, Then Wins Camp!

Tanner Brown, Brenden Segovia, Josh Bryan, Triston Brown
Check out the Head to Head Finals Round

The 2019 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Tour officially kicked off this past weekend in Los Angeles, CA. This summer Chris Sailer and Rubio Long Snapping will run 11 camps in the states of CA, IL, SC, NJ, NC and GA. Over 1000 Kickers, Punters and Long Snappers will be in attendance in what is set to be one of the biggest summers in Chris Sailer Kicking history. Well over 100 specialists from 10+ states participated in Los Angeles on July 27th ready to learn from and compete with the best. Take a look at the results…

Overall Camp ChampionTriston Brown (JC)
Triston Brown has had a tremendous 2019. Last month he won the 2019 Vegas XXXIV Punting National Championship by defeating 200+ punters. On June 27th he committed to the University of Washington of full scholarship, won the 2019 CA Summer Camp and also celebrated his birthday. The Chris Sailer Kicking #1 Punter in the nation has absolutely dominated the past few camps and is beyond ready for D1 football. He easily averages 45+ yards with 4.5+ hang time. His best punts measure 55+ yards with 5.0+ hang time. Big things ahead!

Field Goal ChampionJosh Bryan (2021)
The #1 Kicker in the nation once again proved why at the CA Summer Camp. He won the field goal competition by connecting on 8 field goals with a long of 54 yards. Josh is beyond smooth and accurate off the ground. He gets the ball up quick and has 60+ yard range. His kickoffs are D1 ready right now. He averages 65+ yards with 4.0+ hang time . Josh is an incredible athlete and competitor. He is a sure fire D1 Scholarship Pick. OFFER NOW!!!! He won’t last.

Kickoff ChampionTanner Brown (JC)
Tanner was beyond impressive at only his 2nd Chris Sailer Kicking Camp. He won the kickoff competition by averaging 70 yards, with 4.0 second hang time. His best ball measured 74 yards, 4.03 hang time. Tanner is also excellent on field goal. He is pure and accurate off the ground with 60+ yard range. He is also a capable punter. Tanner is a big time athlete that kicks and punts with great confidence. He is primed to be one of the very best JC kickers in the country this upcoming season. OFFER NOW!!!

Punt ChampionBrenden Segovia (2021)
The TOP 12 Camp Invitee continues to prove that he is an elite combo prospect. Punting has become a major strength. The #3 Punter in America won the punting competition by averaging 45+ yards, with 4.4+ hang time. He also hit several punts 50+ yards, with 5.0+ hang time. The lefty is a big time D1 punting prospect. Brenden is also a fantastic kicker. He hits a great ball off the ground and has 50+ yard range. He is also strong on kickoffs. Brenden is brimming with confidence. I am excited to see what the future holds! OFFER NOW!!!

The 2019 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Tour will continue with upcoming camp in Dallas, TX (June 29), Chicago, IL (July 8), College Camp for 4-Year K/P’s in Los Angeles, CA (July 12-14), TOP 12 Camp in Los Angeles, CA (July 15-17), Underclassmen Invitational in Los Angeles, CA (July 18-19), New Jersey (July 21), Charlotte, NC (July 27), San Francisco, CA (July 28) and Atlanta, GA (July 28). Chris Sailer Kicking will also be running the FBU TOP Gun Camp in Rock Hill, SC (July 11-12). At this camp Chris Sailer will select the Adidas FBU Freshman All-Americans (Class of 2023), NBC All-American Bowl All-Americans (Class of 2020) & the Polynesian Bowl All-Americans (Class of 2020).

To register for all Chris Sailer Kicking Camps, visit ChrisSailerKicking.com

To register for FBU TOP GUN, call 973-366-5027.

To be the best, train and compete with the best! #TeamSailer

Aaron Perez and his talented group of Punters!


Introducing the Second 20 2019 TOP 12 Camp Invitees!

Nearly 400 specialists attended Vegas XXXIV May 11-12, 2019. Talent from over 40 states and 3 countries attended the most popular camp in the world for Kickers, Punters & Long Snappers. The 34rd event in Las Vegas was a tremendous success. As always the #1 goal of all recruits in attendance is to make the prestigious exposure list known as the TOP 12. Here are just a few names that are part of this exclusive fraternity… Justin Tucker, Dan Bailey, JK Scott, Bryan Anger, Ryan Allen, Ryan Succop, Kai Forbath, Tress Way, Bradley Pinion, Logan Cooke, Randy Bullock, Ka’imi Fairbairn, Cody Parkey, Dustin Hopkins, Blair Walsh, Colby Wadman. The list goes on and on.

I am proud to announce the 2nd 20 TOP 12 Camp Invitees that will attend the TOP 12 Camp (July 15-17, 2019). *in alphabetical order.

Bert Auburn (2021, TX)
Daniel Bethel (2021, TN)
Andres Borregales (2021, FL)
Noah Burnette (2020, NC)
Tanner Cragun (2020, TX)
Fabien Guillen (2020, CA)
Conor Hunt (2020, HI)
Dante Jackson (2020, CA)
David Kemp (2021, KS)
RJ Lopez (2020, CA)
Quinn Maretzki (2020, HI)
Marshall Nichols (2021, GA)
Everett Ornstein (2020, TX)
Isaac Riffle (2020, NC)
Carson Roberts (2020, TX)
Brenden Segovia (2021, CA)
Gianni Smith (2020, CA)
Evan Warren (2020, MD)
Paxton Winders (JC, CA)
Carson Zilmer (2020, AZ)

These 20 Kickers / Punters are clearly well deserving of the honor of being selected to attend the 2019 TOP 12 Camp. They should be commended on their accomplishments. I understand that many other tremendous kicking and punting specialists in attendance were also deserving and can state their case as to why they are deserving over the first 20 selected. In the end, these choices were made based on several factors and ultimately the decision of Chris Sailer.

1st Alternates (in alphabetical order)
Ben D’aquilla (2020, CA)
Tommy Day (2021, TN)
Land Gebhard (2020, MS)
Parker Hannon (2020, GA)
CeJ Jones (2020, GA)
Reed Kieny (2020, TX)
Sergio Listo (JC, OH)
Anthony Meader (2020, CA)
Brett Money (2020, NM)
Hayden Olsen (2020, GA)
Kevin Thibodeaux (2020, OH)
*Alternates will be selected if for any reason any of the 40 selected cannot attend.

*The 5 Wild Card Selections will be made in the coming weeks. Wild Cards selections are open to ANYONE deserving.

The second 20 selected will join the first 20 selected & 5 wild cards to make up the TOP 12 Camp where all 45 will compete for TOP 12 Honors!


Vegas XXXIV Competition Champions

Vegas XXXIV – Over 400 Specialists from 40+ States & 3 Countries!

Vegas XXXIV (May 11-12, 2019)

Camp Champions / Finals Round Results

National Champions
Kicking – Gianni Smith (2020, CA)
Punting – Triston Brown (JC, CA)

Punting Head to Head Champions by Class
Class of 2022 – Daniel Holbrook (MD)
Class of 2021 – Brendan Segovia (CA)
Class of 2020 – Reis Vernon (OK)
Class of 2019 / Junior College / Transfer – Triston Brown

Saturday Competition Champions
Field Goal Last Man Standing Champions:
Group 1 (Classes of 2023, 2022 & 2021) – Henry Osmer (2021, WA)
Group 2 (Class of 2020) – Land Gebhard (2020, MS)
Group 4 (Class of 2020, 2019, JC & TR) – Isaac Riffle (2020, NC)

Punt Champions (Punters Only):
Consistency – Triston Brown (JC, CA)
Last Man Standing – Dylan Talkington (2020, CA)

Sunday Charting Results
Field Goal Champions:
Class of 2023 & 2022: James Bass (NV)
Class of 2021: Francisco Castillo (TX)
Class of 2020: Cameron Shirkey (OH), Daniel Yoon (WA) & Nick Hill (CA)
Class of 2019/JC/TR: Gabriel Dunkle (CA) & Sergio Listo (OH)

Kickoff Champions:
Class of 2022: Carter Brown (TX) & Chase Meyer (CA)
Class of 2021: Andres Borregales (FL)
Class of 2020: Evan Warren (MD)
Class of 2019/JC/TR: Kyle Sentkowski (WA)

Punt Champions:
Class of 2022: Trey Baslbaugh (NV)
Class of 2021: Marshall Nichols (GA)
Class of 2020: Everett Ornstein (TX)
Class of 2019/JC/TR: Jackson Foster (CA)

Sunday Finals Round Results
Playoff Qualifiers: (selected by Chris Sailer Kicking Staff based on the results of the entire weekend)

Class of 2022: Trey Balsbaugh, Daniel Holbrook, Carter Brown & Joshua Leff

Class of 2021: Bert Auburn, Cooper Allan, Adam Babb, Daniel Bethel, Josh Bryan, Jake Marion, Marshall Nichols, Brenden Segovia, Zane Smith, Andres Borregales.

Class of 2020: Reis Vernon, Connor Hunt, Ben D’Aquilla, Edward Dellinger, Quinn Maretzki, Ethan DeLisle, Keola Downing, Lucas Dunker, Evanston Garneau, Fabien Guillen, Dante Jackson, John Hoyland, CeJ Jones, Race Mahlum, Michael McCallister, Hayden Olsen, Brett Money, Tanner Niklas, Riley Nuzzo, Everett Ornstein, Carson Roberts, Isaac Riffle, Dylan Talkington, Conor Wallace.

Class of 2019/JC/TR: Triston Brown, Jonathan Borashan, Conor Calvert, Jackson Foster, JP Rybus, Kyle Sentkowski, Matt Ganyard, Austin Couture.

FINALS ROUND Punting Results – Head to Head

Class of 2022
Daniel Holbrook defeats Carter Brown & Joshua Leff

Class of 2021Quarterfinals:
Daniel Bethel defeats Bert Auburn
Cooper Allan defeats Marshall Nichols
Brenden Segovia defeats Jake Marion
Andres Borregales defeats Zane Smith

Daniel Bethel defeats Cooper Allan
Brenden Segovia defeats Andres Borregales

Brenden Segovia defeats Daniel Bethel

Class of 2020
Fabien Guillen defeats Quinn Maretzki
Conor Hunt defeats Hayden Olsen
Carson Roberts defeats Everett Ornstein
Reis Vernon defeats Evanston Garneau

Conor Hunt defeats Fabien Guillen
Reis Vernon defeats Carson Roberts

Class of 2019/JC/TR
Triston Brown defeats Austin Couture
Jackson Foster defeats JP Rybus

Triston Brown defeats Jackson Foster

FINAL 4 (One Champion Per Class)
Triston Brown defeats Daniel Holbrook
Reis Vernon defeats Brenden Segovia

National Championship
Triston Brown defeats Reis Vernon

FINALS ROUND Field Goal Results
Head to Head (24 players advanced to the FINALS)

Round 1:
Tabor Allen defeats Skyler Wilson
Josh Bryan defeats Damian Ramos
Brayden Blevins defeats Gabriel Dunkle & Listo
Dylan Hamika defeats Caden Costa

Round of 2:
Tabor Allen defeats Cameron Shirkey
Andres Borregales defeats Connor Cross
Josh Bryan defeats Evan Warren
Gianni Smith defeats Francisco Castillo
Daniel Yoon defeats Brayden Blevins
Carson Zilmer defeats Reed Kieny
Dylan Hamika defeats Nick Hill
Nate Miskella defeats RJ Lopez

Round of 3:
Tabor Allen defeats Andres Borregales
Gianni Smith defeats Josh Bryan
Carson Zilmer defeats Daniel Yoon
Dylan Hamika defeats Nate Miskella

Gianni Smith defeats Tabor Allen
Dylan Hamika defeats Carson Zilmer

National Championship
Gianni Smith defeats Dylan Hamika


VEGAS XXXIV – Field Goal Charting Results

CLASS OF 2022 & 2023





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VEGAS XXXIV – Punting Results

CLASS OF 2022 & 2023

PlaceLastFirstDistanceHang TimeBest Ball
1BalsbaughTrey38.63.7148 / 4.52
2BrownCarter35.13.7846 / 4.08
3HolbrookDaniel31.33.4239 / 3.96
4LeffJoshua27.63.7135 / 4.08
5PetruescuAidan27.73.531 / 3.96
6ReddingWyatt323.3739 / 4.32
7BassJames27.93.428 / 3.62
8KrillJack273.3730 / 3.63
9MoneyBrayden243.4127 / 3.71
T10MillerTy25.63.3927 / 3.68
T10MerkelbachMarcus27.33.3232 / 3.58
T10ClantonLucas28.93.0135 / 3.96
13NelsonShane25.73.3627 / 3.73
14BalesIsaiah25.73.2436 / 3.43
15RussellCarson23.13.2829 / 3.57
T16VerdiellMatthew20.63.2224 / 3.62
T16ConnessDylan23.62.9530 / 2.83
18CapparelliLeo172.718 / 2.75


PlaceLastFirstDistanceHang TimeBest Ball
1NicholsMarshall444.4456 / 4.63
2SegoviaBrendan38.64.5546 / 5.01
3AllanCooper39.14.2344 / 4.49
4BethelDaniel374.547 / 4.49
5BryanJosh38.14.1449 / 4.78
6AuburnBert41.33.8539 / 4.55
T7SmithZane37.14.1145 / 4.41
T7DayTommy41.73.8144 / 4.21
9BorregalesAndres36.14.2946 / 4.72
10LenderinkTeagen38.33.8548 / 4.28
11GronotteTrey40.13.7150 / 4.12
12BabbAdam37.43.7745 / 4.03
13CostaCaden36.43.8345 / 3.94
14ReidTy34.33.8643 / 4.37
15RubioSergio323.8937 / 3.98
16CarverJT33.73.7946 / 4.33
T17MillerLaurence31.63.9240 / 4.3
T17DellaportaTommy36.43.646 / 4.12
19WoodConnor33.43.7441 / 4.33
20MarionJake43.93.3251 / 4.08
21McGowanDalton40.43.3540 / 3.99
22RayJackson32.63.640 / 4.31
T23SampsonJustin29.63.8840 / 4.01
T23WagamanAaron37.63.3644 / 4.19
25ZuazoLeonardo28.73.9436 / 4.45
26RamosDamian31.73.636 / 3.61
27OliveiraJoao274.1835 / 4.4
28HawkinsIan30.63.6141 / 3.84
T29BruttoRichie26.1428 / 4.51
T29BassDerek33.43.4438 / 4.06
T31CastilloFrancisco29.73.737 / 4.02
T31NorthJarrett34.63.3643 / 3.97
33OsmerHenry36.63.1740 / 3.31
34DeMirjynMichael31.63.4744 / 4.19
T35PapadakosAlexander30.43.5631 / 3.84
T35MooreZachary31.43.4640 / 4.01
37GarciaBrandon283.6128 / 4.1
T38LopesJoshua30.63.4633 / 3.6
T38DickerCarter34.73.0840 / 3.55
40KralappKollin28.93.5729 / 4.05
41ReeserJarrett32.33.2743 / 4.05
T42OchoaAdrian27.43.5835 / 4.13
T42WerthJames31.13.3635 / 3.58
44MeonoAndre333.0736 / 3.11
45KempDavid323.1344 / 3.9
T46TannehillJack27.73.4638 / 3.82
T46PettitMicah29.13.439 / 3.41
48BattenColton27.13.5137 / 3.72
T49VoorheesDane24.43.5526 / 3.64
T49RidleyHunter30.13.2934 / 4.11
51RyksBryan27.43.437 / 4.21
52GreenEvan27.13.3730 / 3.93
53BlevinsBrayden29.43.0436 / 3.71


PlaceLastFirstDistanceHang TimeBest Ball
1OrnsteinEverett43.64.351 / 4.9
2GuillenFabien41.74.4243 / 4.46
3HuntConor40.64.5245 / 4.8
4MoneyBrett41.94.2644 / 4.74
5RobertsCarson47.43.9663 / 4.38
6WallaceConor43.14.0145 / 4.28
7JonesCeJ41.14.0950 / 4.38
T8Dunker JrLucas394.347 / 4.83
T8MahlumRace39.94.1947 / 4.49
T8RiffleIsaac52.13.9563 / 4.61
11OlsenHayden433.9951 / 4.42
12D’AquilaBen37.64.5245 / 4.68
13MaretzkiQuinn40450 / 4.51
14DeLisleEthan41.73.8651 / 4.31
T15McBertyColby36.14.0950 / 4.65
T15HollandLuke374.0540 / 4.41
T17AllenTabor36.64.0344 / 4.52
T17PahlWesley37.93.9453 / 4.87
19DowningKeola42.73.7845 / 4.29
20SmithGianni35.64.0856 / 4.31
21JacksonDante42.33.7648 / 3.92
22MeaderAnthony37.93.8544 / 4.61
T23RayaAnthony383.8244 / 4.82
T23CrossConnor39.13.7946 / 4.42
T23NuzzoRiley43.13.753 / 4.24
26GlessnerBlake37.43.8849 / 4.5
27NicklasTanner354.0644 / 4.56
28ElliottJonmichael36.93.8643 / 4.11
29TalkingtonDylan35.43.9544 / 4.29
30SimonsCameron45.43.6151 / 4.37
31JonesEaston34.73.9640 / 4.67
32WintersWesley34.43.9635 / 4.22
33ThibodeauxKevin37.43.7760 / 4
34OlsonJohn35.13.8837 / 4.1
T35CragunTanner35.43.8342 / 4.19
T35GarneauEvanston383.6639 / 4.35
T37YoonDaniel324.140 / 4.55
T37WilsonSkyler353.842 / 4.39
T39MoodDaniel35.63.7140 / 3.79
T39LedesmaNico39.63.5645 / 4.4
41HannonParker33.63.8941 / 4.11
T42ShirkeyCameron32.13.9641 / 4.34
T42WidnerDylan35.63.6841 / 3.92
T44FedorDillon333.9240 / 4.48
T44ThurmanRhett363.6540 / 4.25
T44Banks-AltekruseBenjamin37.73.5445 / 3.8
47MiskellaNate34.33.7845 / 4.42
48McAllisterMichael35.43.6641 / 4.16
49ClarkAidan343.7839 / 4.3
T50VernonReis34.73.6941 / 4
T50VillarinoJoshua34.73.6941 / 4
T52PersiDominic33.13.7937 / 4.5
T52HillNick34.33.7146 / 4.28
T54ThatcherJosh30.33.8935 / 4.13
T54GebhartLand37.63.4249 / 4.09
56Garcia-MendezSantiago35.43.5745 / 3.76
57DelisPeter35.73.540 / 4
58DellingerEdward31.13.8440 / 4.71
59GoldenMychal34.33.6436 / 4.59
60HammEthan32.33.7246 / 4.19
T61GomezGabriel32.23.7235 / 3.96
T61DarinMichael37.73.0846 / 4.61
63DuarteKevin36.33.2646 / 3.61
64UribeGabriel32.63.6642 / 3.71
T65GreenArchie28.63.7834 / 4.29
T65LopezRJ32.73.6543 / 3.71
67CurranBrooks34.93.3543 / 4
68ZilmerCarson34.63.4137 / 3.6
69CarltonNoah34.23.4842 / 3.94
T70HamikaDylan33.13.5142 / 3.93
T70ChakrabortyDominic28.63.7136 / 4.22
T72MatherChristian30.33.6541 / 3.82
T72KrockoverCaleb33.43.4938 / 3.8
T72HoylandJohn34.33.3643 / 4.15
75CrookhamConnor33.13.4836 / 3.52
76DavisConnor29.43.6137 / 4.26
77KingEzra34.4338 / 4.12
T78HazeltonCody28.73.6137 / 3.88
T78WhitingNathan31.43.4845 / 3.64
80SweeneyLiam33.43.2436 / 3.49
81RoahDerek33.63.1642 / 3.43
T82WarrenEvan283.6334 / 4.29
T82MyersGavin28.63.5732 / 3.81
T84BedillionBryce22.43.5126 / 3.65
T84LibensonAri29.43.3335 / 3.52
T84WieserJacob30.13.2740 / 3.51
87MeekTommy30.93.1745 / 3.93
88LewisDamon29.73.2137 / 3.59
89VasquezOmar26.43.4430 / 3.43
90CoashGrant26.13.4233 / 4.19
91KienyReed28.13.2932 / 3.43
92MilesJohn28.93.1130 / 3.36
93PankratzSpencer29.13.0735 / 3.03
94BurbidgeJackson27.43.0936 / 3.55


PlaceLastFirstDistanceHang TimeBest Ball
1FosterJackson49.34.1558 / 4.5
2SentkowskiKyle39.74.1547 / 4.53
3GanyardMatt37.94.4342 / 5.2
T4ListoSergio38.74.0546 / 4.7
T4CalvertConor39.33.9846 / 4.75
T4BrownTriston41.93.9750 / 4.4
7BorashanJonathan42.73.8949 / 4.31
8RybusJP36.44.1142 / 4.86
9RossWill37.43.8945 / 4.04
10SchmidtKasey32.93.9840 / 3.84
T11DunkleGabriel33.13.9236 / 4.22
T11RangelJuan35.93.8139 / 4.12
13BattenNathan34.63.8538 / 4.58
T14LewisTristan353.7442 / 3.81
T14EsparzaDaniel35.43.6839 / 4.56
16CoutureAntoine363.4347 / 4.21
17KrillJohn29.73.8734 / 4.43
18SchroederEthan34.33.6640 / 4.2
19GrabovicZachary31.13.5641 / 3.73


Vegas XXXIV – Kickoff Charting Results

CLASS OF 2023 & 2022

PlaceLastFirstDistanceHang TimeBest 1 Ball
T1BrownCarter58.43.8361 / 3.94
T1MeyerChase60.83.5959 / 3.96
3MerkelbachMarcus583.2861 / 3.44
4KrillJack55.83.3857 / 3.56
T5BalesIsaiah52.63.5155 / 3.64
T5HolbrookDaniel57.23.0263 / 3.31
T7ClantonLucas49.23.0150 / 3.31
T7PetruescuAidan522.8755 / 3.2
9BalsbaughTrey49.2355 / 3.4
10NelsonShane50.62.8450 / 3.31
11ReddingWyatt53.82.6465 / 3.49
T12MillerTy46.42.9551 / 2.91
T12ConnessDylan48.22.8452 / 3.1
T12BassJames51.22.6656 / 3.1
15MoneyBrayden45.22.8547 / 2.82
T16VerdiellMatthew47.42.8153 / 3.1
T16RussellCarson47.82.6951 / 2.84
18CapparelliLeo33.82.2635 / 2.80


PlaceLastFirstDistanceHang TimeBest 1 Ball
1BorregalesAndres663.8768 / 3.9
2LenderinkTeagen66.63.7468 / 3.91
3BryanJosh64.63.8365 / 4.04
4OsmerHenry64.83.672 / 4.12
5KempDavid63.43.7964 / 3.86
6DayTommy64.23.5766 / 3.85
7CarverJT62.63.6264 / 3.73
8CastilloFrancisco61.83.7861 / 3.97
T9ReidTy623.6263 / 3.64
T9WagamanAaron64.23.5471 / 3.64
11BethelDaniel65.63.4268 / 3.46
12NorthJarrett64.23.566 / 3.61
13SegoviaBrendan613.665 / 3.77
14TannehillJack61.63.5766 / 3.72
15LopesJoshua613.5665 / 3.87
16McGowanDalton61.23.5461 / 3.65
17MeonoAndre65.43.3266 / 3.85
18WoodConnor613.5265 / 3.75
19MarionJake60.83.5569 / 3.35
20AuburnBert57.83.7159 / 4.02
T21SmithZane58.43.666 / 3.6
T21PettitMicah63.63.3567 / 3.4
23OliveiraJoao63.63.3364 / 3.56
24KralappKollin60.23.4760 / 3.78
T25HernandezJoshua57.83.5161 / 3.78
T25RubioSergio58.43.4760 / 3.58
T25SampsonJustin59.83.4164 / 3.44
T28RidleyHunter613.3265 / 3.42
T28CostaCaden61.83.365 / 3.46
T30RamosDamian59.43.3966 / 3.72
T30ReeserJarrett59.43.3965 / 3.28
T30GronotteTrey62.43.2567 / 3.68
T33OchoaAdrian60.63.3665 / 3.44
T33MillerLaurence62.63.1668 / 3.73
35GarciaBrandon56.43.3955 / 3.79
36BassDerek603.3163 / 3.8
37HawkinsIan56.43.3857 / 3.36
38VoorheesDane52.63.4254 / 3.61
39MooreZachary563.3763 / 3.56
40BlevinsBrayden59.23.266 / 3.92
41DeMirjynMichael55.63.3261 / 3.72
42DickerCarter57.23.2761 / 3.31
T43BruttoRichie49.43.2753 / 3.52
T43ZuazoLeonardo53.43.1861 / 3.55
45BattenColton55.22.9859 / 3.43
46RyksBryan52.83.0457 / 3.19
47DellaportaTommy53.22.6155 / 3.18
48PapadakosAlexander46.23.151 / 3.22
49AdamsSeth48.62.8150 / 3.1


PlaceLastFirstDistanceHang TimeBest 1 Ball
1WarrenEvan68.64.0271 / 4.15
2OrnsteinEverett65.64.0974 / 4.1
3MaretzkiQuinn68.23.8871 / 4.03
4RobertsCarson65.43.9668 / 4.07
5AllenTabor64.44.0270 / 4.15
6SmithGianni65.83.7271 / 3.72
7MeaderAnthony64.83.8269 / 3.92
8ShirkeyCameron64.23.9267 / 3.96
T9CarltonNoah653.6973 / 4.09
T9SimonsCameron66.43.6570 / 3.62
T11DowningKeola633.7465 / 3.92
T11CragunTanner64.83.6672 / 4.07
13FedorDillon65.23.6267 / 3.83
14ThatcherJosh63.23.6969 / 3.72
15MahlumRace67.63.5475 / 3.77
T16GomezGabriel64.43.6468 / 3.88
T16ThibodeauxKevin653.668 / 3.59
18JonesCeJ65.23.5568 / 3.86
19KienyReed62.63.6867 / 3.65
T20WintersWesley61.43.7563 / 3.94
T20HuntConor633.6466 / 3.68
22CrossConnor623.6870 / 3.64
23WilsonSkyler59.83.7865 / 3.94
T24OlsenHayden63.63.5467 / 3.72
T24VasquezOmar63.63.5463 / 3.76
26RiffleIsaac60.43.6765 / 3.85
27DuarteKevin58.83.7262 / 3.8
T28MoneyBrett61.43.5965 / 3.81
T28CurranBrooks633.4570 / 3.61
30VernonReis62.63.4964 / 3.56
31LopezRJ62.63.4869 / 3.96
T32JacksonDante56.24.0361 / 4.24
T32MatherChristian593.6364 / 3.92
34HoylandJohn60.43.5862 / 3.66
35CrookhamConnor593.661 / 3.7
T36SweeneyLiam60.83.4563 / 3.65
T36LedesmaNico61.63.4266 / 3.64
38RiemanRourke58.23.661 / 3.78
39JonesEaston57.83.6258 / 3.7
40GoldenMychal58.63.559 / 3.99
41DavisConnor58.23.5258 / 3.71
42GlessnerBlake61.63.2270 / 3.69
43YoonDaniel56.63.5460 / 4.03
T44MusickAvery58.23.4362 / 3.41
T44HamikaDylan58.83.465 / 3.31
46BedillionBryce57.83.4465 / 3.5
T47OlsonJohn613.270 / 3.71
T47ZilmerCarson61.43.1765 / 3.95
49HollandLuke59.63.2865 / 3.93
T50MeekTommy58.43.3766 / 3.47
T50GebhartLand61.83.1173 / 3.61
T52RayaAnthony55.23.4561 / 3.55
T52DellingerEdward603.1866 / 3.61
54HannonParker58.63.365 / 3.78
55UribeGabriel57.83.3762 / 3.4
56NuzzoRiley58.83.2164 / 3.47
57PahlWesley57.83.365 / 3.96
58MiskellaNate59.63.1465 / 3.81
59ThurmanRhett58.83.1569 / 3.53
60GreenArchie54.43.4260 / 3.32
T61WieserJacob54.23.464 / 3.57
T61PersiDominic54.83.3457 / 3.53
T63ChakrabortyDominic53.23.4160 / 3.76
T63MyersGavin56.43.2360 / 3.52
65DelisPeter52.63.4155 / 3.6
66Dunker JrLucas52.23.4161 / 3.5
67DeLisleEthan543.3258 / 3.6
68KrockoverCaleb57.23.1560 / 3.6
T69HazeltonCody54.23.2457 / 3.26
T69HillNick57.83.0464 / 3.43
71LibensonAri52.23.3358 / 3.27
72ClarkAidan57.63.0465 / 3.66
73DarinMichael543.1761 / 3.65
74McBertyColby552.8162 / 3.48
T75MilesJohn50.63.1853 / 3.53
T75MoodDaniel51.63.1756 / 3.44
T75WhitingNathan53.83.0960 / 3.53
T78MooreBrendan54.82.8159 / 3.19
T78LewisDamon552.6763 / 3.22
T80CoashGrant53.23.0863 / 3.12
T80KingEzra54.62.8560 / 3.31
82PankratzSpencer52.62.9355 / 3.22
83HammEthan49.83.1250 / 3.35
84VillarinoJoshua52.22.954 / 3.09
85RoahDerek51.62.9259 / 3.6
86WidnerDylan49.22.8660 / 3.53
87BurbidgeJackson47.62.6650 / 2.81


PlaceLastFirstDistanceHang TimeBest 1 Ball
1SentkowskiKyle67.83.7970 / 4.14
T2CalvertConor65.23.7466 / 4.01
T2GanyardMatt66.83.6668 / 3.97
4RossWill63.23.7567 / 3.85
5RangelJuan63.83.6668 / 3.89
6ListoSergio683.4968 / 3.63
7WindersPaxton60.83.7867 / 4.03
T8MartinJake61.83.6264 / 3.96
T8DunkleGabriel633.5366 / 3.86
10EsparzaDaniel61.23.667 / 3.85
11SchroederEthan633.4372 / 4.03
T12SchmidtKasey58.83.5361 / 3.52
T12LewisTristan61.63.4466 / 3.65
14CoutureAntoine573.3262 / 3.44


2019 GA Spring Camp – Taylor Goettie Dominates!

The 2019 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour is officially underway. Over the next 2 months 1000+ participants will attend Chris Sailer Kicking / Rubio Long Snapping camps in CA, TX, NC, GA, IL, WA, NJ, AZ & WA on the road to Vegas XXXIV (May 11-12). Instruction, competition, evaluation & national rankings will take place at each one of these camps. The ultimate goal is an invitation to the prestigious TOP 12 Camp that will take place in Los Angeles, CA on July 15-17.

The 2019 GA Spring Camp was absolutely loaded with talent. Nearly 200 specialists from 20+ states were in attendance ready to learn and compete. Take a look at the results…

Overall Camp ChampionTaylor Goettie (TR, GA)
Taylor continues to prove that he has what it takes to compete at any level. The transfer Punter was excellent from start to finish. He averages 45+ yards with 4.3+ hang time. He also shows the ability to hit a big time D1 ball. Taylor is an experienced and confident young man that will step in and contribute at the next level. He has 3 years to play 2.

Taylor Goettie, Champion

Field Goal ChampionHayden Olsen (2020, GA)
Hayden had his best performance at at Chris Sailer Kicking camp to date. He has been coming to camps since he was in the 6th Grade. Hayden is really starting to come into his own. He hits a great ball off the ground on field goal. On this day he went 7-7 with a long of 52 yards to win the major field goal competition. He also hit some excellent kickoffs. College football is in his future.

Kickoff ChampionCaleb Myers (2020, TN)
Caleb put on a fantastic camp. He won the major kickoff competition by hitting several balls 70+ yards with 4.0 hang time. Caleb was also dominant on field goal. He is a great looking athlete with one of the strongest legs in the nation. He is showing marked improvement from camp to camp. With this top performance, he has earned a 5-Star Chris Sailer Kicking Rating.

Top NewcomerEvan McGuire (2020, GA)
Evan stood out immediately from the start of camp and never looked back. The 6’4” lefty hits a pure ball off the ground. The ball gets up quick and he easily has 55+ yard range. His kickoffs are D1 ready right now. He averages 65+ yards with 4.0+ hang time. His best ball on the day traveled 68 yards with 4.23 hang time. Evan is also a talented Punter. He is a D1 recruit without a doubt.

Evan McGuire, Class of 2020

Class of 2019 Standouts: Taylor Goettie, Zack Nicholson, Augustin Navarro

Class of 2020 Standouts: Hayden Olsen, Caleb Myers, Evan McGuire, Brock Travelstead, Jude Kelley, Nolan McCord, Charlie Pollock, Christian Mathers, Evan Warren, Parker Hannon, Ezra King, Isaac Riffle, Jackson Kennedy, Jonmichael Elliott, Kyle Garzon, Lane Gilchrest, Luke Jenkins, Mitchell Gallucio, Nick Hill, Payton Broaddus, Richie Pekmezian, Skyler Wilson, Tanner Robbins, Ty Sherman, Wesley Pahl, Zach Grindle, Alex Romulo, Alex Hood, John Ellis Murrah, Zack Robbins, Zeke Rankin.

Class of 2021 Standouts: Kade Hensley, Tommy Day, Daniel Bethel, Marshall Nichols, Zane Smith, Connor Wood, Braeden Haynes, Dalton McGowan, Josh Lopez, Tyson Giles, Alex Papadakos, Conor Cummins, Leonardo Zuazo, Korben Waldrop, Caleb Bonesteel, David Jenrath, David Rive Vales, Pearson Bates.

Class of 2022 Standouts: Colton Boomer, Luke Brown, Trey Stephens, Will Peltz, Philip Burnett, Scott Swalley III, Walker Thorsen.

Future Stars: Harrison Brooks, Christian Silverstein, Justin Long, Guillermo Rive Vales, Owen Botts.

The 2019 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour will finish up in Los Angeles, CA (Sunday May 5) & Vegas XXXIV in Las Vegas, NV (May 11-12, 2019).

Visit ChrisSailerKicking.com to register and for more information. To be the best, train and compete with the best! #TeamSailer

Did you know that 50+ K/P’s that have attended Vegas Events have now signed NFL Contracts!


10 Benefits of attending the 2019 FBU Top Gun Camp run by Chris Sailer Kicking!

10 Benefits of attending the 2019 FBU Top Gun Camp run by Chris Sailer Kicking!

1) Chris Sailer will be present at this camp.

2) Chris Sailer will be selecting All-Americans for the 2020 All-American Bowl on NBC.

Two Class of 2020 Kickers will be selected.
Two Class of 2020 Punters will be selected.

*The All-American Bowl on NBC (Formerly the U.S. Army All-American Bowl) is an all expenses paid game that will take place in San Antonio, TX in January of 2020.

3) Chris Sailer will be selecting All-Americans for the 2020 Polynesian Bowl on CBS Sports.

Two Class of 2020 Kickers/Punters will be selected.

*The Polynesian All-American Bowl is an all expenses paid game that will take place in Honolulu, HI in January of 2020.

4) Selections for these All-American Bowl spots will be based on evaluation & competition. Every Class of 2020 Kicker & Punter in attendance will have the same opportunity to EARN selection. You will have to meet minimum requirements to qualify for finals competitions.

Field Goal: The ability to hit a D1 Level ball off the ground with range of 55+ yards.

Kickoff: The ability to hit a D1 Level ball of 70+ yards and 4.0+ hang time.

Punt: The ability to hit a D1 Level ball of 45+ yards and 4.8+ hang time.

*These numbers are not set in stone. They will be adjusted based on weather conditions and participants in attendance.

5) All-American Bowl selections are earned… not given.

Each year nearly every top Chris Sailer Kicking recruit attends the FBU Top Gun Camp. However every year, not every top Chris Sailer Kicking recruit earns an All-American Bowl spot.


2019 All-American Bowl on NBC Selections:
Will Powers (USC Preferred Walk-On commit) earned an All-American Bowl on NBC spot as a punter. He was not a highly ranked Chris Sailer Kicking Punter headed into competition. However he stepped his game up and earned his way to All-American status by dominating evaluation periods and ultimately defeating long time Chris Sailer Kicking Punter Austin McNamara (#2 ranked punter in the nation & Texas Tech full scholarship commit) in the final competition.

Alex Felkins (Columbia commit) earned an All-American Bowl on NBC spot as a Kicker. He was ranked outside the top 10 in America heading into camp. However, he stepped up and defeated kickers that were ranked higher (Tim Horn – Washington commit, Camden Lewis – Oregon commit, Noah Rauschenberg – Baylor commit, Patrick Nations – East Carolina commit, Evan Davis – Toledo commit to name a few).

Previous U.S. Army All-American Bowl Selection:
Drue Chrisman (Ohio State) earned a U.S. Army All-American spot at his very first Chris Sailer Kicking camp.

Barrett Pickering (Nebraska) nearly earned an U.S. Army All-American spot at his very first Chris Sailer Kicking camp. He was defeated during the final head to head competition by eventual champions B.T. Potter & Charles Campbell.

Marshall Long (Georgia) earned a U.S. Army All-American spot. He camp into camp ranked outside of the Top 10 and defeated several FBS full scholarship commits.

Charles Campbell (Indiana) earned a U.S. Army All-American spot. He camp into as a major underdog and defeated several FBS full scholarship commits.

The list goes on and on….

6) Every player in attendance (Classes of 2020, 2021, 2022 & Future Stars) will be ranked by Chris Sailer on ChrisSailerKicking.com. Chris Sailer Kicking has been the #1 authority on ranking and evaluating high school specialists since 2000. Being ranked with Chris Sailer Kicking is a major advantage in recruiting for ALL LEVELS (D1 – FBS & FCS, D2, D3 & NAIA). Chris Sailer ranks athletes at EVERY CAMP!

7) Experience, Experience, Experience!!! Competing for a spot for 2 of the 3 major All-American Bowls is a privilege and honor. Winning selection is fantastic, however it is not the most important factor. The opportunity to compete against the best specialists in America will prepare you for what it takes to be a specialist at the college level. The experience you gain from competing at the highest level will be recognized by college coaches and will serve as a huge resume builder (Participant in the prestigious 2019 FBU Top Gun Camp).

*If you are not a D1 Level Kicker, yes it will be difficult to earn an All-American Bowl spot. However, the experience gained will not only be enjoyable, but will pay off big time down the road.

8) Social Gains. This is not only an opportunity on the field, it is a major opportunity off the field. You will meet and interact with the very best Kickers, Punters & Long Snappers in America. The specialist world is a tight knit community. Although competitive, it is also a ton of fun. The relationships that you build in this community will last well beyond football. Top Gun is a fantastic social environment for players and families.

9) Chris Sailer WILL know your name.

I have run hundreds upon hundreds of kicking camps. If I have 10 K/P’s at a lesson, 50 K/P’s at a small camp, 100 K/P’s at a large camp or 400 K/P’s at national events… I will know everyone by name by the time the camp is over. The focus is never just on the top performers in attendance, the focus is on ALL athletes in attendance. My goal has always been to help all Chris Sailer Kicking athletes use sports to earn a college degree.

“The most impressive part of your camps is your ability to know each player by name. I don’t know how you do it. It is obvious that you put the time and effort into caring about each individual student. I thank you for making your camps an incredible experience for all in attendance. There is no doubt you are the best in the business” – Parent of a Chris Sailer Kicking student in the Class of 2022

10) Instruction. Instruction is the cornerstone of every Chris Sailer Kicking camp since 2000. Chris Sailer Kicking will ALWAYS provide instruction at every Chris Sailer Kicking no matter what.

There is a reason why Chris Sailer and Chris Sailer Kicking have earned the right and inked the partnerships to select the All-Americans for 2 of the 3 major high school All-American Bowls. Expect professionalism and a top notch quality camp from top to bottom. See you in Rock Hill, SC on July 11-12, 2019.