Vegas XXVII – What You Need to Know!

Vegas XXVII is just over 1 month away.  While many specialists are taking this time of year off, those that seriously want to play in college and know what it takes are working harder than ever.  Those hard workers will be in Las Vegas January 15-17, 2016 ready to impress and gain the most valuable national exposure in the nation.  Here is some useful information for those attending and those that are still considering attending.

Event Date: January 15-17, 2016

Arrive Friday January 15th.  The earlier that you arrive, the more well rested you will be for the weekend.

The Friday Small Group Session (4:00 – 5:00) is OPTIONAL.  This session is designed to knock some rust off, get rid of jet lag legs, and gain confidence heading into Saturday.  If you can make it, I highly recommend you attend.  Text Chris Sailer 818-209-8921 to get in!

The Chris Sailer Kicking & Rubio Long Snapping Awards Show will take place at 7:00 PM on Friday, January 15th at the JW Marriott (221 N. Rampart Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89145).  Awards to be presented: Chris Sailer Award (presented to the National High School Placekicker of the Year), Chris Sailer Kicking All-Americans, Chris Sailer Kicking Most Improved (By Class), Chris Sailer Kicking Social Media Award, Chris Sailer Kicking Man of the Year Award, etc.  There is no cost to attend the Awards Show.  Dress is casual. All are invited.

Plan on being at camp until 6PM Sunday January 17th.  There is no way of knowing if you will make the Finals Round Sunday until you and all other participants have completed the initial round of charting Sunday morning.  Whether you make the Finals Round or not, you should plan on staying on watching the Finals Round.  Get the full experience from the camp! Note: Monday is the Martin Luther King holiday.

Location: Las Vegas Outdoor Soccer 1400 N. Rampart Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89128
There is no bleacher seating.  Bring chairs or buy some cheap chairs if you would like to sit while you watch.

Why January? May is also known as “Contact Period” for college coaches.  This is the HOTTEST time of year for recruiting for all classes.  National Letter of Intent Day is in early February each year.  January offers maximum exposure.  Chris Rubio and myself will be handing 100′s of calls after this event.  College Scholarship will be awarded. Recruiting Boards will be set based on results and our evaluations.

Why January? Vegas XXVII gives you a chance to make the “TOP 12”.  “TOP 12” is the most important exposure list in the WORLD, period!  CLICK HERE to see the history of the “TOP 12”. You will be shocked to see how many current NFL starters are on this list.  Will you be next?

Vegas XXVII in NOT an Invite Only Camp.  This camp offers a great experience to kickers, punters, and long snappers of all levels.  Expect a wide range of talent from beginners to the best of the best from around the world in the Classes of 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, Junior Colleges and 4-Year Transfer Students.

Come prepared to enjoy your experience.  Do NOT put to much pressure on yourself.  Come with open eyes and ears.  Learn from your instructors and your peers.  Look around and take it all in.  Watch other groups.  Watch the college and pro demo.  Attend the Awards Show.  There are so many things to learn and that you can and will benefit from if you take advantage.  Leave the camp with goals and a motivation to work harder than ever!

Saturday – Instructional Day.  You will get plenty of reps.  Pace yourself.  Saturday ends with a Chris Sailer Kicking Original Last Man Standing Competition. Your group numbers will be emailed to you about a week prior to camp.

Sunday – Competition Day.  You will be charted.  You can compete in 1, 2, or all 3 skills.  This is up to you.  Your competition start time will be assigned to you at Check-In Saturday.
Those that just punt – you are automatically in Group #3 on Saturday.

Class of 2020, 2019, 2018, and 2017– You may use tees up to 2″ for both Field Goal and Kickoffs.  The choice is yours.  Class of 2016, JC, and Transfers you must kick off the ground for Field Goals and use a 1″ tee for Kickoffs.

There are 2 Preparation Camps ahead for Vegas XXVII.  Time to get ready!

Los Angeles, CA – CLICK HERE

Atlanta, GA – CLICK HERE

What makes Chris Sailer Kicking the best in the business?  1st National Camp Ever for Specialists.  1st Kicking Company to ever to rank Kickers, Punters, and Long Snappers on a true national scale.  Chris Sailer is the ONLY one that handles the evaluations and rankings for the Kickers and Punters.  Same holds true for Chris Rubio with the Long Snappers.  Talk to any college coach in America or any kicker or punter that has been to multiple camps and will see that Chris Sailer Kicking is the place to be for the best possible instruction and exposure.  Our advertising is word of mouth.  Come see for yourself!  See you in January!

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2015 Chris Sailer Award Semi-Finalists Announced!

2015 Chris Sailer Award Semi-Finalists (15)
*In alphabetical order by first name

Brandon Cunningham (2016, TX)
14-15 FG’s (Long 43) 44-47 Extra Points

Brenton King (2017, GA)
15-18 FG’s (Long 50) 54-55 Extra Points

Briggs Bourgeois (2017, LA)
15-19 FG’s (Long 51) 35-36 Extra Points

Cosby Gray (2016, AL)
15-19 FG’s (Long 44) 33-33 Extra Points

Crews Holt (2016, TN)
13-17 FG’s (Long 55, 52) 62-63 Extra Points

David Cooper (2016, VA)
17-20 FG’s (Long 53, 51) 30-31 Extra Points

Grant Gonya (2018, OH)
12-12 FG’s (Long 43) 37-38 Extra Points

Jackson Smith (2016, TX)
16-21 FG’s (Long 45) 61-63 Extra Points

Jake Koehnke (2016, CA)
15-18 FG’s (Long 49) 32-32 Extra Points

Jose Borregales (2016, FL)
13-14 FG’s (Long 38) 48-51 Extra Points

Keith Duncan (2016, NC)
22-27 FG’s (Long 54, 52, 52, 50, 50) 60 – 60 Extra Points

Matt Araiza (2018, CA)
15-17 FG’s (Long 45) 50-53 Extra Points

Samuel Sloman (2016, GA)
19-21 FG’s (Long 53) 39-39 Extra Points

Skyler Southam (2016, UT)
20-26 FG’s (Long 53, 53) 33-34 Extra Points

Ricardo Terreaux (2016, AR)
14-15 (Long 43) 40-42 Extra Points

What is the Award?
The Chris Sailer Award is presented on an annual basis to the best national high school placekicker for that given season.

Who Is Eligible?
Every athlete that plays high school football at the varsity level, regardless of state, division, or age. You DO NOT have to attend a Chris Sailer Kicking camp to win this award.

How Do You Win?
Put up the best statistics for that give season. This includes: Field Goals made, Field Goal percentage, Field Goal Long, distances of all Field Goals made, Extra Points made, Extra Point percentage, game winning Field Goals made. The Chris Sailer Award selection committee will vote for the winner.

How Does the Voting Take Place?
The Chris Sailer Award Selection Committee will vote for the winner. The Committee includes: Chris Sailer, past and current NFL kickers, past and current NCAA kickers, past finalists for the Chris Sailer Award, and Sports writers and columnists.

When?
August: A Watch List of 15 Placekickers will be announced each year before the high school football season begins. The players on the Watch List were selected based on statistics from the previous season and upcoming season expectations. The eventual winner does NOT have to be on the Watch List to win the awards.

November 30: Fifteen Semi-Finalists are announced. The Semi-Finalists will be determined by committee selection.

December 10: The Three Finalists are announced. The Finalists will be determined by total votes. 3 points (1st Place Vote), 2 points (2nd Place Vote), 1 Point (3rd Place Vote). In the case of a tie, Chris Sailer will break the tie with his vote.

January 15: The winner will be announced at the JW Marriott Hotel in Las Vegas, NV (7:00 PM). The winner will be determined by total votes. 3 points (1st Place Vote), 2 points (2nd Place Vote), 1 Point (3rd Place Vote). In the case of a tie, Chris Sailer will break the tie with his vote.

Note:
All statistics will have to be verified by your high school head coach before you can be announced as a Finalist.

Previous Winners:
2011 – Alex Ball (California), Lamar
2012 – Wyatt Schmidt (Minnesota), USC (Southern California)
2013 – Cole Hedlund (Texas), Arkansas
2014 – Tyler Bass (Georgia), Georgia Southern

Lindale Football Stadium at Night

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Week 12 College Players of the Week, Taylor Bertolet and Nick O’Toole Honored!

Each week Chris Sailer Kicking will select College Players of the Week based off of performances from that week only.  Players selected are students of Chris Sailer Kicking and must have attended Chris Sailer Kicking camps or lessons.

Chris Sailer Kicking College Players of the Week:

Kicker:
Week 12: Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M) 6 for 7 Field Goals (Long 46) 1 for 1 Extra Points
Weed 11: Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 38) 1 for 1 Extra Points
Week 10: Adam Griffith (Alabama) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 55) 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 9: Conrad Ukropina (Stanford) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 32) 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 8: Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 60) 4 for 4 Extra Points
Week 7: Donny Hageman (San Diego State) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 39) 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 6: Ross Martin (Duke) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 40) 5 for 5 Extra Points
Week 5: Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M) 3 for 4 Field Goals (Long 55) 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 4: Andrew Gantz (Cincinnati) 4 for 5 Field Goals (Long 49), 4 for 4 Extra Points
Week 3: Aidan Schneider (Oregon) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 40), 7 for 7 Extra Points
Week 2: Redford Jones (Tulsa) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 34), 4 for 4 Extra Points
Week 1: Garrett Owens (Oregon State) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 45), 2 for 2 Extra Points

Punter:
Week 12: Nick O’Toole (West Virginia) 53.0 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 64)
Week 11: Joseph Davidson (Bowling Green) 47.0 Yard Punt Average on 7 Punts (Long 65)
Week 10: Hayden Hunt (Colorado State) 49.2 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 67)
Week 9: Cason Beatty (Florida State) 46.5 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 64)
Week 8: Corey Fatony (Missouri) 47.7 Yard Punt Average on 9 Punts (Long 61)
Week 7: JK Scott (Alabama) 48.2 Yard Punt Average on 8 Punts (Long 56)
Week 6: Alexander Kinal (Wake Forest) 49.3 Yard Punt Average on 10 Punts (Long 62)
Week 5: Drew Galitz (Baylor) 50.8 Yard Punt Average on 4 Punts (Long 61)
Week 4: Tyler Newsome (Notre Dame) 52.4 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 59)
Week 3: Will Monday (Duke) – 55.0 Yard Punt Average on 11 Punts (Long 71)
Week 2: Michael Carrizosa (San Jose State) – 56.5 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 73)
Week 1:  Drew Kaser (Texas A&M) – 52.8 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 64)

50+Yard Field Goals:
Week 12: None
Week 11: Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M) 52, Ross Martin (Duke) 51, Lumi Kaba (Texas State) 50
Week 10: Blake Brewer (Charlotte) 56, Adam Griffith (Alabama) 55, Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M) 50
Week 9: Donny Hageman (San Diego State) 54, Josh Lambert (West Virginia) 51
Week 8: Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA) 60
Week 7: Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M) 54, Garrett Owens (Oregon State) 50
Week 6: None
Week 5: Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M) 55, Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA) 53, Ross Martin (Duke) 53, Diego Gonzalez (Colorado) 52, Andrew Gantz (Cincinnati) 51, Jonathan Barnes (Louisiana Tech) 50
Week 4: Elliott Fry (South Carolina) 52, Chad Hedlund (SMU) 52, Jay Mattox (UTEP) 50, John Wallace (Louisville) 50
Week 3: Jon Croft Hollingsworth (Furman) 55, Donny Hageman (San Diego State) 54, Diego Gonzalez (Colorado) 52, Chris Moore (Northwestern State) 52, Elliott Fry (South Carolina) 51
Week 2: Conrad Ukropina (Stanford) 52, Daniel Portillo (UTSA) 50
Week 1: None

Lou Groza Stars of the Week (3 Chosen Each Week):
Week 12: TBA
Week 11: Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA)
Week 10: None
Week 9: TBA
Week 8: Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA), Brent Zuzo (Nevada)
Week 7: Elliott Fry (South Carolina)
Week 6: Ross Martin (Duke)
Week 5: Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M), Ross Martin (Duke)
Week 4: Andrew Gantz (Cincinnati)
Week 3: Jonathan Barnes (Louisiana Tech)
Week 2: Erik Powell (Washington State)
Week 1: Garrett Owens (Oregon State), Brad Craddock (Maryland)

Stay tuned as each week, Chris Sailer Kicking will update you on Chris Sailer Kicking in College Football!

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10 Most Common Questions About VEGAS XXVII

1. How do I get invited to VEGAS XXVII? You don’t! It is OPEN TO ALL KICKERS/PUNTERS. It is not an invite only camp. It is a first come, first served Event. You REGISTER and you are in. 

2. How old do you have to be to attend VEGAS XXVII? 8th Grade, All levels of High School, Junior College, 4-Year Transfer Kickers/Punters are welcome. I will allow younger if it is pre-approved through me. 

3. Is VEGAS XXVII only for advanced Kickers/Punters? NO, it is open to all levels of Kickers/Punters. The earlier you go, the better you will be in the long run. Trust me, I have seen it countless times. Don’t be the guy who waits and then blows it because they were too nervous. Go early and get your butterflies knocked out sooner than later. 

4. Will there be small group sessions againYes! There will be a 4:00 – 5:00 small group session. This is a one hour block meant to knock off the rust, get some last minute fine-tuning in and get used to the fields, brand new footballs and myself. 

5. Is there a hotel you recommend for the Kickers/Punters and their parents? Yes, we have a group rate with the JW Marriott. It is about one mile from the fields and is superb.

6. When should we book flights? Plan on arriving on Friday (Remember, the Chris Sailer Kicking & Rubio Long Snapping Awards Show is Friday Night at 7:00 PM at the JW Marriott) and either leaving after 9 pm on Sunday evening (camp will end at 6 pm) or Monday morning. Please note: Monday, the 18th of January is a holiday (MLK).

7. Is there a rental car company you recommend? Yes, for rental cars, follow these steps: Go to www.enterprise.com, Fill in the information as dates and times needed, In the optional area you will add L540231 and then click continue, The next screen will ask for a PIN which is RUB, Choose your car and enjoy the discount.

8. If I am playing another sport (basketball) on Friday, can I arrive on Saturday morning? Yes, but I MUST be notified as early as possible so I can put you in a later group on Saturday. 

9. Why is VEGAS XXVII important? It is a major one for the recruitment of seniors since it is right before signing day, beyond important for the underclassmen as their recruiting will just be going into high gear and your only chance to be selected to the “TOP 12” (the “TOP 12”  will be selected for the Invite Only “TOP 12” and “EVENT ELITE” camp this summer in CA)

10. What do I get for attending VEGAS XXVII? The best on Kicking/Punting instruction in the world, a chance to meet the best Kickers/Punters in college and the NFL (they will be on hand assisting me all weekend), a Chris Sailer Kicking shirt, a PROFILE PAGE (Ranking) with Chris Sailer Kicking, a chance to make the “TOP 12” and the winner of the camp receives one year of free Chris Sailer Kicking camps (accommodations and transportation not included).

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Week 11 College Players of the Week, Ka’imi Fairbairn and Joseph Davidson Honored!

Each week Chris Sailer Kicking will select College Players of the Week based off of performances from that week only.  Players selected are students of Chris Sailer Kicking and must have attended Chris Sailer Kicking camps or lessons.

Chris Sailer Kicking College Players of the Week:

Kicker:
Weed 11: Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 38) 1 for 1 Extra Points
Week 10: Adam Griffith (Alabama) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 55) 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 9: Conrad Ukropina (Stanford) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 32) 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 8: Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 60) 4 for 4 Extra Points
Week 7: Donny Hageman (San Diego State) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 39) 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 6: Ross Martin (Duke) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 40) 5 for 5 Extra Points
Week 5: Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M) 3 for 4 Field Goals (Long 55) 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 4: Andrew Gantz (Cincinnati) 4 for 5 Field Goals (Long 49), 4 for 4 Extra Points
Week 3: Aidan Schneider (Oregon) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 40), 7 for 7 Extra Points
Week 2: Redford Jones (Tulsa) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 34), 4 for 4 Extra Points
Week 1: Garrett Owens (Oregon State) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 45), 2 for 2 Extra Points

Punter:
Week 11: Joseph Davidson (Bowling Green) 47.0 Yard Punt Average on 7 Punts (Long 65)
Week 10: Hayden Hunt (Colorado State) 49.2 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 67)
Week 9: Cason Beatty (Florida State) 46.5 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 64)
Week 8: Corey Fatony (Missouri) 47.7 Yard Punt Average on 9 Punts (Long 61)
Week 7: JK Scott (Alabama) 48.2 Yard Punt Average on 8 Punts (Long 56)
Week 6: Alexander Kinal (Wake Forest) 49.3 Yard Punt Average on 10 Punts (Long 62)
Week 5: Drew Galitz (Baylor) 50.8 Yard Punt Average on 4 Punts (Long 61)
Week 4: Tyler Newsome (Notre Dame) 52.4 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 59)
Week 3: Will Monday (Duke) – 55.0 Yard Punt Average on 11 Punts (Long 71)
Week 2: Michael Carrizosa (San Jose State) – 56.5 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 73)
Week 1:  Drew Kaser (Texas A&M) – 52.8 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 64)

50+Yard Field Goals:
Week 11: Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M) 52, Ross Martin (Duke) 51, Lumi Kaba (Texas State) 50
Week 10: Blake Brewer (Charlotte) 56, Adam Griffith (Alabama) 55, Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M) 50
Week 9: Donny Hageman (San Diego State) 54, Josh Lambert (West Virginia) 51
Week 8: Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA) 60
Week 7: Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M) 54, Garrett Owens (Oregon State) 50
Week 6: None
Week 5: Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M) 55, Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA) 53, Ross Martin (Duke) 53, Diego Gonzalez (Colorado) 52, Andrew Gantz (Cincinnati) 51, Jonathan Barnes (Louisiana Tech) 50
Week 4: Elliott Fry (South Carolina) 52, Chad Hedlund (SMU) 52, Jay Mattox (UTEP) 50, John Wallace (Louisville) 50
Week 3: Jon Croft Hollingsworth (Furman) 55, Donny Hageman (San Diego State) 54, Diego Gonzalez (Colorado) 52, Chris Moore (Northwestern State) 52, Elliott Fry (South Carolina) 51
Week 2: Conrad Ukropina (Stanford) 52, Daniel Portillo (UTSA) 50
Week 1: None

Lou Groza Stars of the Week (3 Chosen Each Week):
Week 11: Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA)
Week 10: None
Week 9: N/A
Week 8: Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA), Brent Zuzo (Nevada)
Week 7: Elliott Fry (South Carolina)
Week 6: Ross Martin (Duke)
Week 5: Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M), Ross Martin (Duke)
Week 4: Andrew Gantz (Cincinnati)
Week 3: Jonathan Barnes (Louisiana Tech)
Week 2: Erik Powell (Washington State)
Week 1: Garrett Owens (Oregon State), Brad Craddock (Maryland)

Stay tuned as each week, Chris Sailer Kicking will update you on Chris Sailer Kicking in College Football!

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Chris Sailer Kicking – 2015 FL Recap Article, Punter Anckle Steps Up!

The Chris Sailer Kicking 2015 Fall Camp Tour rolled on with a recent stop in Delray Beach, FL.  The camp was filled with talented athletes that were ready to compete.  Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp Champion
Andrew Anckle (2016, FL) – Andrew is a talented punter that continues to improve in skill and confidence each time that we see him.  He won the punt competition by consistency hitting 40 plus yard punts with 4.4 plus second hang time.  He carried the consistent performance into the finals round and was able to outlast some excellent kickers.  Andrew a nice college prospect that will be able to compete at any level.

Field Goal Champion:
Noah Brunner (2016, KY) – Noah is a great kicking prospect.  His field goals are outstanding.  He has 55 plus yard range and gets great height off the ground.  His kickoffs are also college ready.  Noah is an experience player that does very well under pressure.  He will be a fine addition to any college football program.

Field Goal Champion:
Nolan Paussa (2016, NC) – Nolan is an excellent field goal kicker.  He is smooth and accurate off the ground.  His kickoffs are solid and show nice future college.  Nolan is a competitor that steps up under pressure.  He has the tools to take his game to the next level.

Kickoff Champion:
Edwin Noyes (2016, FL) – Edwin is an outstanding combo prospect.  He shows D1 ability as a kicker and punter.  On this day he won the kickoff competition by hitting several balls over 65 yards with close to 4 second hang time.  He also a very talented punter, a major strength.  I expect him to be a P/KO specialist at the next level.

Other 2016 Standouts:
Santiago Arango – JC Kicker that has great ability.  Field goals and kickoffs are both solid.
Samuel Scharff – Strong legged senior with natural ability.  Big upside.

Class of 2017 Standouts:
Billy Mitchell – Excellent prospect.  Has D1 ability.
Marco Salani – Strong field goal kicker.
Shane McDonough – Strong natural ability.  Nice potential.
Vladamir Rivas – Big leg that has just scratched the surface of what he is capable of.
Joey Fontana – Keeps improving each time we see him.

Best 2018 Kicker/Punter:
Jovan Rice – Jovan is a great young talent.  The future is bright.

Youth MVP:
Carter Davis – FBU Youth All-American that dominates for his age.  He is able to hit 40 yard field goals.

Chris Sailer Kicking will next visit Chicago, IL (November 22), Dallas, TX (December 13), Atlanta, GA (January 9), & Los Angeles, CA (January 9).  Then get ready for the big one, Vegas XXVII (January 16-17, 2016).  Hundreds of specialists will converge in Las Vegas to train in compete at the largest kicking, punting and long snapping camp in the world.  Visit ChrisSailerKicking.com for more information and to register for all camps.

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The Game Winning Kick!

It is what we live for, what we dream of, and for most of us the reason we choose to be a kicker… A chance to hit a GAME WINNER!!!  Of course in our dreams we always make the kick.  Reality says that its possible to make or miss that game winning kick and the result may effect the rest of your kicking career.  Great kickers are best judged by the ability to kick under the most extreme pressure situations.  These kicks account for less than 5% of what kickers actually do, but these are the kicks that are remembered the most.  So, the question is, how can you put yourself in the best possible position to make these kicks.  There is no simple answer, but there are ways to give yourself the best odds.

•    Play multiple sports from a young age (both individual & team).  The more you put yourself in competitive situations growing up, the more confident and prepared you will be down the road.  It is is fact!  The best athletes are the best kickers.  Of course there are exceptions to every rule, but the percentages are clear.  Athletes are the kickers that college coaches want to recruit and NFL scouts want to sign.  See the blog on What Qualities Make Up The Best Kicker: CLICK HERE
•    Learn proper kicking techniques from a young age (I suggest 6th-8th grade).  Creating good habits and avoiding bad habits is one of the best ways to establish great muscle memory.  The longer you wait, the harder it is to break bad habits.
•    Kick with confidence.  This comes from preparation.  Kicking is a year round sport.  Once you start kicking in high school, if you want to be the best, there is no off season.  This doesn’t mean that you cannot play other sports.  This means that you have to make time for kicking no matter the season.  Kick 3-4 days per week, watch film, lift regularly, focus on flexibility, and do your muscle memory drills seven days a week.
•    Muscle Memory!  A great kicker does, he doesn’t think.  Do your muscle memory drills seven days a week.  When the time comes, your muscle memory will take over.  No matter how nervous you may get, your body will only know ONE way to kick.  And you will make that big kick.
•    Routine, routine, routine!  Practice the way that you want to play in games.  Treat every kick the same from the first kick in practice to the last kick of your career.  Create a routine, both mental and physical, in your setup.  Go through the same mental process.  Once you get used to doing this, you will be able to block out fans, the size of the stadium, the lineman yelling at you, the hash mark you are on, the distance you are kicking from, and most importantly the magnitude of the kick you are about to attempt.

There is no guarantee that you will make every game winning kick that you will attempt in your career.  In fact, even the best of the best miss from time to time.  But there is a formula for making more of them than you miss.  Never focus on your last kick and always focus on your next.  Work hard, kick with confidence, and train like a pro.  I’ve seen hundreds of Chris Sailer Kicking students hit game-winners, and I’m looking forward to seeing thousands more join that list.  It is the best feeling in the world!

Kai Forbath celebrating after his 50 yard game winning field goal for the Saints. (2015)

Kai Forbath celebrating after his 50 yard game winning field goal for the Saints. (2015)

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Chris Sailer Kicking – 2015 NJ Fall Camp Recap, Silvester Wins It!

The 2015 Chris Sailer Kicking Fall Camp Tour made a recent stop in New Jersey. The camp featured specialists from 10 plus states hoping to be the next to earn a free invitation to Vegas XXVII.  Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp Champion: Eric Silvester (2016, NY)
The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student was dominant all day.  He won both of the major field goal competitions against stiff competition.  Eric shows 60 yard field goal range off the ground and kicks with great consistency.  His kickoffs are D1 ready and his punting shows excellent promise.  Eric is a tremendous competitor that is ready for the next level.  OFFER NOW!!!

Kickoff Champion / Punt Champion: Tommy Martin (2017, VA)
Tommy is a big time talent.  He is a great athlete with one of the strongest legs in the nation in this class.  His field goals are smooth and accurate.  His kickoffs are a major strength, he hit a 77 yard, 4.03 kickoff at camp.  Tommy is also developing into a special punter.  Look for Tommy to compete with the best of the best in this class over the next year.  He is a D1 prospect without a doubt.

Next Best Overall Prospect: Justin Davidovicz (2017, NJ)
Justin is an excellent prospect.  He is very strong on field goals.  His kickoffs are also impressive.  Justin is a competitor that will turn the heads of college coaches. He has a bright college future.

Next Best 2016 Prospect: Troy DiBendetto
2017 Standouts: Cole Gallagher, Matthew Alswanger
2018 Standouts: Jonathan Lindquist, Aidan Clemente, Will Goldy

Chris Sailer Kicking will next visit Chicago, IL (November 22), Dallas, TX (December 13), Atlanta, GA (January 9), & Los Angeles, CA (January 9).  Then get ready for the big one, Vegas XXVII (January 16-17, 2016).  Hundreds of specialists will converge in Las Vegas to train in compete at the largest kicking, punting and long snapping camp in the world.  Visit ChrisSailerKicking.com for more information and to register for all camps.

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STATS…. Chris Sailer Kicking – 2015 NFL, College, TOP 12, Event Elite, High School, Sailer Award Leaderboard

Chris Sailer Kicking – Leaderboard

NFL, College, TOP 12 & Event Elite, High School, Sailer Award

Chris Sailer Kicking will update the leader boards as the season goes on:
Last Update: 12/09/15

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

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

3. Chris Sailer Kicking “TOP 12″ & “Event Elite”
*Chris Sailer Kicking students that were selected as the nation’s very best in LAS VEGAS in 2014

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

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

NFL Kicking:
Justin Tucker (Ravens) 26-33 FG’s (Long 52) 24-24 Extra Points
Dan Bailey (Cowboys) 25-26 FG’s (Long 54) 20-20 Extra Points
Blair Walsh (Vikings) 24-29 FG’s (Long 53) 20-23 Extra Points
Chandler Catanzaro (Cardinals) 22-24 FG’s (Long 43) 42-45 Extra Points
Dustin Hopkins (Redskins) 21-24 FG’s (Long 54) 24-24 Extra Points
Travis Coons (Browns) 19-21 FG’s (Long 47) 17-19 Extra Points
Nick Folk (Jets) 13-16 FG’s (Long 55) 19-19 Extra Points
Ryan Succop (Titans) 12-14 FG’s (Long 51) 25-26 Extra Points
Randy Bullock (Texans) 11-12 FG’s (Long 47) 14-16 Extra Points
Andrew Franks (Dolphins) 8-10 FG’s (Long 53) 26-29 Extra Points
Cody Parkey (Eagles) 3-4 FG’s (Long 46) 7-7 Extra Points
Kai Forbath (Redskins) 4-7 FG’s (Long 50) 21-22 Extra Points

NFL Punting:
Matt Darr (Dolphins) 47.6
Colton Schmidt (Bills) 46.9
Bryan Anger (Jaguars) 46.2
Ryan Allen (Patriots) 45.5
Tress Way (Redskins) 45.5
Brad Nortman (Panthers) 45.5
Bradley Pinion (49ers) 44.6
Jeff Locke (Vikings) 41.7

College Kicking (Top 10):
Ross Martin (Duke) 23-27 FG’s (Long 53) 37-37 Extra Points
Greg Huegel (Clemson) 22-25 (Long 47) 49-54 Extra Points
Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M) 22-30 FG’s (Long 55) 35-35 Extra Points
Adam Griffith (Alabama) 21-29 FG’s (Long 55) 51-51 Extra Points
Andrew Gantz (Cincinnati) 21-27 FG’s (Long 51) 48-49 Extra Points
Aidan Schneider (Oregon) 20-22 FG’s (Long 41) 62-62 Extra Points
Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA) 20-23 FG’s (Long 60) 44-44 Extra Points
Elliott Fry (South Carolina) 20-28 FG’s (Long 52) 25-25 Extra Points
Aaron Medley (Tennessee) 20-29 FG’s (Long 47) 49-49 Extra Points
Austin Jones (Temple) 20-25 FG’s (Long 41) 44-45 Extra Points

College Punting (Top 10):
Drew Kaser (Texas A&M) 48.0
Michael Carrizosa (San Jose State) 47.7
Hayden Hunt (Colorado State) 46.3
Sam Geraci (Cincinnati) 45.9
Nick O’Toole (West Virginia) 45.7
Joseph Davidson (Bowling Green) 45.6
Cason Beatty (Florida State) 44.5
Lumi Kaba (Texas State) 44.3
JK Scott (Alabama) 44.2
Tyler Newsome (Notre Dame) 44.0

TOP 12 & EVENT ELITE (High School/JC)

Field Goals:
20 – 24 Brandon Gracia (JC, CA)
20 – 26 Skyler Southam (2016, UT)
15 – 18 Jake Koehnke (2016, CA)
15 – 19 Briggs Bourgeois (2017, LA)
12 – 13 Tavis Guerra (JC, CA)
12 – 15 Connor Culp (2016, AZ)
12 – 17 Kekoa Sasaoka (2016, HI)
12 – 17 Brandon Ruiz (2017, AZ)
10 – 12 Luke Hogan (2017, TX)
10 – 15 Adam Stack (2017, HI)
10 – 15 Nathan Hierlihy (JC, CA)
9 – 11 JJ Molson (2016, Canada)
9 – 11 Eric Silvester (2016, NY)
9 – 12 Michael Brown (2016, CA)
8 – 14 Vincent Alerding (2016, IN)
8 – 15 Jared Smolar (2016, IN)
7 – 11 JD Dellinger (2016, NC)
6 – 8 Mitchell Wasson (2016, GA)
5 – 8 Bailey Raborn (2016, LA)
4 – 8 Matt Blair (2016, CA)
3 – 3 Michael Brown (2016, CA)
3 – 3 Butch Hampton (2016, OK)
3 – 4 Jake Verity (2016, GA)
3 – 8 Jaime Medina (2016, CA)
2 – 2 Tommy Martin (2017, NC)
2 – 4 Collin Riccitelli (2016, CA)
2 – 4 Jared Porter (2016, CA)
2 – 5 Jerry Fitschen (2016, CA)
2 – 5 Cooper Graham (2017, NC)
1 – 2 Kaden Keon (2016, MI)
1 – 2 Kyle Sentkowski (2017, WA)
1 – 3 Kyle Corbett (2016, NC

Longest Field Goals:
64 – Jake Verity (2016, GA)
57 – Michael Brown (2016, CA)
53 – Skyler Southam (2016, UT)
52 – Jared Smolar (2016, IN)
52 – Luke Hogan (2017, TX)
51 – Briggs Bourgeois (2017, LA)
51 – Brandon Ruiz (2017, AZ)
50 – Connor Culp (2016, AZ)
49 – Jake Koehnke (2016, CA)
49 – Brandon Gracia (JC, CA)
48 – JD Dellinger (2016, NC)
48 – Nathan Hierlihy (JC, CA)
46 – Matt Blair (2016, CA)
45 – Kekoa Sasaoka (2016, HI)
44 – Mitchell Wasson (2016, GA)
43 – Bailey Raborn (2016, LA)
43 – Adam Stack (2017, HI)
42 – Kyle Corbett (2016, NC)
42 – Vincent Alerding (2016, IN)
41 – Eric Silvester (2016, NY)
41 – Jerry Fitschen (2016, CA)
40 – Tommy Martin (2017, NC)
38 – Cooper Graham (2017, NC)
38 – Tavis Guerra (JC, CA)
37 – Collin Riccitelli (2016, CA)
35 – JJ Molson (2016, Canada)
35 – Kaden Keon (2016, MI)
35 – Butch Hampton (2016, OK)
34 – Jared Porter (2016, CA)
33 – Jaime Medina (2016, CA)
23 – Kyle Sentkowski (2017, WA)

Extra Points:
61 – 64 Kekoa Sasaoka (2016, HI)
55 – 55  Jaime Medina (2016, CA)
52 – 54 Matt Blair (2016, CA)
52 – 54 Bailey Raborn (2016, LA)
49 – 51 Vincent Alerding (2016, IN)
42 – 43 Brandon Gracia (JC, CA)
41 – 45 Kyle Corbett (2016, NC)
40 – 42 Jared Porter (2016, CA)
38 – 39 Connor Culp (2016, AZ)
37 – 37 Luke Hogan (2017, TX)
35 – 36  Brandon Ruiz (2017, AZ)
35 – 36 Briggs Bourgeois (2017, LA)
34 – 36 Adam Stack (2017, HI)
33 – 34 Skyler Southam (2016, UT)
32 – 32 Jared Smolar (2016, IN)
32 – 32 Jake Koehnke (2016, CA)
25 – 25  Tavis Guerra (JC, CA)
25 – 27 JJ Molson (2016, Canada)
24 – 26  Nathan Hierlihy (JC, CA)
22 – 22 JD Dellinger (2016 NC)
19 – 19 Jake Verity (2016, GA)
19 – 21 Michael Brown (2016, CA)
18 – 20 Kyle Sentkowski (2017,WA)
18 – 23 Mitchell Wasson (2016, GA)
17 – 18 Jerry Fitschen (2016, CA)
16 – 16 Eric Silvester (2016, NY)
13 – 17 Collin Riccitelli (2016, CA)
8 – 8 Tommy Martin (2017, NC)
8 – 11 Kaden Keon (2016, MI)
2 – 2 Butch Hampton (2016, OK)

Kickoff Distance Average:
74.4 – Eric Silvester (2016, NY)
74.0 – Skyler Southam (2016, UT)
73.0 – Jerry Fitschen (2016, CA)
71.0 – Jake Verity (2016, GA)
71.0 – Kekoa Sasaoka (2016, HI)
70.0 – Bailey Raborn (2016, LA)
70.0 –  Brandon Gracia (JC, CA)
70.0 – Jaime Medina (2016, CA)
69.0 – Matt Blair (2016, CA)
69.0 –  JD Dellinger (2016 NC)
69.0 – Butch Hampton (2016, OK)
69.0 – Luke Hogan (2017, TX)
68.7 – Adam Stack (2017, HI)
68.0 – Jared Smolar (2016, IN)
68.0 – Collin Riccitelli (2016, CA)
68.0 –  Michael Brown (2016, CA)
67.0 – Jared Porter (2016, CA)
66.8 – Brandon Ruiz (2017, AZ)
66.4 – Tommy Martin (2017, NC)
66.0 –  Briggs Bourgeois (2017, LA)
65.3 – Nathan Hierlihy (JC, CA)
65.0 – Mitchell Wasson (2016, GA)
64.1 – Cooper Graham (2017, NC)
64.0 – Vincent Alerding (2016, IN)
62.6 – Tavis Guerra (JC, CA)
61.0 – JJ Molson (2016, Canada)
59.0 – Kyle Corbett (2016, NC)
58.5 – Kaden Keon (2016, MI)
55.3 – Kyle Sentkowski (2017,WA)

Punt Distance Average:
48.6 – Bailey Raborn (2016, LA)
48.5 – Jaime Medina (2016, CA)
47.8 – JJ Molson (2016, Canada)
46.4 – Marshall Long (2016, NC)
46.2 – Adam Stack (2017, HI)
46.1 – Eric Silvester (2016, NY)
45.5 – Kyle Corbett (2016, NC)
45.2 – Skyler Southam (2016, UT)
43.1 – Jerry Fitschen (2016, CA)
42.3 – JD Dellinger (2016, NC)
41.5 – Matt Blair (2016, CA)
41.0 – Kyle Thompson (2016, CA)
41.0 – Mitchell Wasson (2016, GA)
40.8 – Butch Hampton (2016, OK)
40.6 – Jared Smolar (2016, IN)
40.2 – Tommy Manning (JC, CA)
40.0 – Kaden Keon (2016, MI)
39.8 – Brandon Gracia (JC, CA)
39.5- Jared Porter (2016, CA)
39.1 – Luke Hogan (2017, TX)
39.0 – Jake Verity (2016, GA)
38.8 – Kyle Sentkowski (2017, WA)
38.5 – Kekoa Sasaoka (2016, HI)
36.0 – Collin Riccitelli (2016, CA)
37.1 – Nathan Hierlihy (JC, CA)
37.0 – Tommy Martin (2017, NC)
35.0 –  Michael Brown (2016, CA)

Chris Sailer Award (14 or more Field Goals)
Keith Duncan (2016, NC) 22-29 FG’s (Long 54, 52, 52, 50, 50) 60 – 60 Extra Points
Skyler Southam (2016, UT) 20-26 FG’s (Long 53, 53) 33 – 34 Extra Points
Samuel Sloman (2016, GA) 20-22 FG’s (Long 53) 45-45 Extra Points
Brenton King (2017, GA) 18-23 FG’s (Long 50) 56-57 Extra Points
Matt Araiza (2018, CA) 17-19 FG’s (Long 45) 55-58 Extra Points
David Cooper (2016, VA) 17-20 FG’s (Long 53, 51) 30-31 Extra Points
Cosby Gray (2016, AL) 17-21 FG’s (Long 44) 33-33 Extra Points
Jack Crane (2016, WA) 16-19 FG’s (Long 44) 59-64 Extra Points
Jackson Smith (2016, TX) 16-21 FG’s (Long 45) 61-63 Extra Points
Caleb Holt (2016, TX) 15-17 FG’s (Long 45) 74-74 Extra Points
Jake Koehnke (2016, CA) 15-18 FG’s (Long 49) 32 – 32 Extra Points
Briggs Bourgeois (2017, LA) 15-19 FG’s (Long 51) 35-36 Extra Points
Luis Martinez (2016, GA) 14-16 FG’s (Long 47) 63-65 Extra Points
Ricardo Terreaux (2016, AR) 14-15 (Long 43) 40-42 Extra Points
Brandon Cunningham (2016, TX) 14-15 FG’s (Long 43) 44-47 Extra Points
James McCourt (2016, FL) 14-18 FG’s (Long 46) 35-35 Extra Points

High School / Junior College Field Goals (11 or more FG’s):
22 – 29 Keith Duncan (2016, NC)
20 – 22 Samuel Sloman (2016, GA)
20 – 24 Brandon Gracia (JC, CA)
20- 26 Skyler Southam (2016, UT)
16 – 19 Jack Crane (2016, WA)
15 – 18 Jake Koehnke (2016, CA)
15 – 19 Briggs Bourgeois (2017, LA)
14 – 18 James McCourt (2015, FL)
13 – 14 Max Allen (2016, TX)
13 – 14 Jose Borregales (2016, FL)
13 – 17 Crews Holt (2016, TN)
13 – 20 Dylan Brown (2016, AZ)
12 – 13 Tavis Guerra (JC, CA)
12 – 15 Connor Culp (2016, AZ)
12 – 16 Nick Jones (2016, GA)
12 – 17 Grant Gonya (2018, OH)
12 – 17 Kekoa Sasaoka (2016, HI)
12 – 17 Brandon Ruiz (2017, AZ)
12 – 17 Nathan DeJaeger (2016, CA)
12 – 17 Zach Glaess (2016, AZ)
12 – 17 Davis Price (2016, CO)
12 – 18 Ryan Rehkow (2017, WA)
12 – 18 Cody Wilkinson (2016, WY)
12 – 20 Daniel Whelan (2016, CA)
11 – 13 Chris Schramm (2016, OR)
11 – 13 Mason Molique (2019, KY)
11 – 14 Ryan Callan (2016, NV)
11 – 15 Patrick Murray (JC, AZ)
11 – 16 Robert Brown (2018, NC)
11 – 16 Tanner Kuljian (2016, CA)
11 – 17 Will Chandler (2016, GA)
11 – 17 Kyle Coale (2016, CA)
11 – 17  Zach Stearns (2017, NC)

50+ Yard Field Goals:
64 – Jake Verity (2016, GA)
60 – Cody Wilkinson (2016, WY)
57 – Michael Brown (2016, CA)
57 – Ryan Rehkow (2017, WA)

56 – Luke Logan (2016, MS)
55 – Austin Kent (2016, NC)

55 – Michael Brown (2016, CA)
55 – Crews Holt (2016, TN)
54 – Luke Logan (2016, MS)
54 – Keith Duncan (2016, NC)
54 – Daniel Gutierrez (2017, CA)
54 – Oren Milstein (2016, FL)
53 – Austin Kent (2016, NC)
53 – Michael Brown (2016, CA)

53 – Skyler Southam (2016, UT)
53 – Skyler Southam (2016, UT)

53 – Samuel Sloman (2016, GA)
53 – Jovi Munoz (2017, TX)
53 – Diego Cacho-Souza (2017, CA)
53 – Mateo Thompson (2016, CA)
52 – Keith Duncan (2016, NC)
52 – Keith Duncan (2016, NC)
52 – Ryan Rehkow (2017, WA)

52 – Jared Smolar (2016, IN)
52 – Daniel Whelan (2016, CA)
52 – Nate Needham (2016, IN)
52 – Luke Hogan (2016, TX)
52 – Crews Holt (2016, TN)
52 – Joseph Doyle (2017, TN)
52 – Tucker Day (2017, TN)
52 – Peyton Henry (2017, CA)
52 – JT Kolderup (2016, IL)
52 – Tanner Kuljian (2016, CA)
52 – Brooks Buce (2017, GA)
52 – Jacob Silver (2016, AZ)
52 – Christian Cole (2016, TX)
51 – Briggs Bourgeois (2017, LA)
51 – Brennan Lambert (2016, NC)
51 – Kyle Coale (2016, CA)
51 – Andrew Nielson (2016, CA)
51 – Brad Wall (2016, AL)
50 – Briggs Bourgeois (2017, LA)
50 – Brennan Lambert (2016, NC)
50 – Keith Duncan (2016, NC)
50 – Keith Duncan (2016, NC)
50 – Luiz Diaz (2016, TX)
50 – Zach Stearns (2017, NC)
50 – Connor Culp (2016, AZ)
50 – Griffin Roehler (2016, AZ)
50 – Brooks Buce (2017, GA)

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

Punting (Top 15):
48.6 – Bailey Raborn (2016, LA)
48.5 – Jaime Medina (2016, CA)
47.2 – Austin Kent (2016, NC)
46.7 – Drew Carmichael (2017, OH)
46.5 – Tucker Day (2016, TN)
46.4 – Marshall Long (2016, NC)
46.2 – Adam Stack (2017, HI)
46.1 – Eric Silvester (2016, NY)
46.1 – Hayden McGinnis (2016, CA)
45.8 – Nolan Paussa (2016, NC)
45.5 – Kyle Corbett (2016, NC)
45.1 – Chris Schramm (2016, OR)
44.9 – Luke Logan (2016, MS)
44.5 – Tanner Kuljian (2016, CA)
44.4 – Skyler Southam (2016, UT)

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Week 10 College Players of the Week, Adam Griffith and Hayden Hunt Honored!

Each week Chris Sailer Kicking will select College Players of the Week based off of performances from that week only.  Players selected are students of Chris Sailer Kicking and must have attended Chris Sailer Kicking camps or lessons.

Chris Sailer Kicking College Players of the Week:

Kicker:
Week 10: Adam Griffith (Alabama) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 55) 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 9: Conrad Ukropina (Stanford) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 32) 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 8: Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 60) 4 for 4 Extra Points
Week 7: Donny Hageman (San Diego State) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 39) 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 6: Ross Martin (Duke) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 40) 5 for 5 Extra Points
Week 5: Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M) 3 for 4 Field Goals (Long 55) 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 4: Andrew Gantz (Cincinnati) 4 for 5 Field Goals (Long 49), 4 for 4 Extra Points
Week 3: Aidan Schneider (Oregon) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 40), 7 for 7 Extra Points
Week 2: Redford Jones (Tulsa) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 34), 4 for 4 Extra Points
Week 1: Garrett Owens (Oregon State) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 45), 2 for 2 Extra Points

Punter:
Week 10: Hayden Hunt (Colorado State) 49.2 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 67)
Week 9: Cason Beatty (Florida State) 46.5 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 64)
Week 8: Corey Fatony (Missouri) 47.7 Yard Punt Average on 9 Punts (Long 61)
Week 7: JK Scott (Alabama) 48.2 Yard Punt Average on 8 Punts (Long 56)
Week 6: Alexander Kinal (Wake Forest) 49.3 Yard Punt Average on 10 Punts (Long 62)
Week 5: Drew Galitz (Baylor) 50.8 Yard Punt Average on 4 Punts (Long 61)
Week 4: Tyler Newsome (Notre Dame) 52.4 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 59)
Week 3: Will Monday (Duke) – 55.0 Yard Punt Average on 11 Punts (Long 71)
Week 2: Michael Carrizosa (San Jose State) – 56.5 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 73)
Week 1:  Drew Kaser (Texas A&M) – 52.8 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 64)

50+Yard Field Goals:
Week 10: Blake Brewer (Charlotte) 56, Adam Griffith (Alabama) 55, Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M) 50
Week 9: Donny Hageman (San Diego State) 54, Josh Lambert (West Virginia) 51
Week 8: Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA) 60
Week 7: Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M) 54, Garrett Owens (Oregon State) 50
Week 6: None
Week 5: Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M) 55, Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA) 53, Ross Martin (Duke) 53, Diego Gonzalez (Colorado) 52, Andrew Gantz (Cincinnati) 51, Jonathan Barnes (Louisiana Tech) 50
Week 4: Elliott Fry (South Carolina) 52, Chad Hedlund (SMU) 52, Jay Mattox (UTEP) 50, John Wallace (Louisville) 50
Week 3: Jon Croft Hollingsworth (Furman) 55, Donny Hageman (San Diego State) 54, Diego Gonzalez (Colorado) 52, Chris Moore (Northwestern State) 52, Elliott Fry (South Carolina) 51
Week 2: Conrad Ukropina (Stanford) 52, Daniel Portillo (UTSA) 50
Week 1: None

Lou Groza Stars of the Week (3 Chosen Each Week):
Week 10:
Week 9:
Week 8: Ka’imi Fairbairn (UCLA), Brent Zuzo (Nevada)
Week 7: Elliott Fry (South Carolina)
Week 6: Ross Martin (Duke)
Week 5: Taylor Bertolet (Texas A&M), Ross Martin (Duke)
Week 4: Andrew Gantz (Cincinnati)
Week 3: Jonathan Barnes (Louisiana Tech)
Week 2: Erik Powell (Washington State)
Week 1: Garrett Owens (Oregon State), Brad Craddock (Maryland)

Stay tuned as each week, Chris Sailer Kicking will update you on Chris Sailer Kicking in College Football!

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