VEGAS XXV Contest with SoloShot!

SaileringEvery year, Rubio and I have a contest as we head towards our big Vegas Events. The contest usually entails a kicker,  punter or long snapper taking a creative photo either “Sailering” if you are a Kicker/Punter or “Rubioing” if you are a snapper.

Since VEGAS XXV is going to be the biggest and best Vegas Event we have ever had, we have stepped up the game.

SoloShot has told us they want in on the contest and they are putting up a BIG prize for the winners.

The contest entails you must follow @SOLOSHOTupdates on Twitter and Instagram, then whenever taking you’re desired photo of “Sailering” or “Rubioing” en route to VEGAS XXV, tag  @Chris_Sailer (if you are a kicker/punter) or @TheChrisRubio (if you are a Long Snapper) as well as tagging @SOLOSHOTupdates on Twitter AND Instagram. One winner will be selected by Sailer / SoloShot and the other by Rubio /SoloShot for most creative post.

The winners will be announced on Saturday at 8 pm pst. and will receive a Base and Tag package. retail value of $399 This package will keep you’re desired camera pointed at you from up to 2,000ft away capturing all of you’re training sessions.

May the best Kicker / Punter and long snapper win! Game on!

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Chris Sailer Kicking 2015 Spring / Summer Camp Schedule

Chris Sailer Kicking 2015 Spring / Summer Camp Schedule

REGISTER NOW!!!

SPRING / SUMMER 1-DAY INSTRUCTIONAL, EVALUATION & EXPOSURE CAMPS
Spring and Summer Kicking/Punting Camps are open to ALL levels Kickers/Punters. You do NOT have to be invited to attended and any spring and/or summer Chris Sailer Kicking Instructional Camps. These Kicking/Punting Camps are open to Kickers/Punters from 8th grade (younger with permission from Sailer) through college. The winners of each Spring camp receive a FREE admission to the May Vegas Event put on by Chris Sailer Kicking (travel and accommodations excluded).

These camps are one day camps that offer instruction, film and classroom session, Kicking/Punting Discussion, NCSA recruiting meeting and Competition. Attending these camps gives you top notch instruction and the chance to be added to the Chris Sailer Kicking Player Ranking Section of the website.

Why attend? To get the best instruction and the most exposure possible in the world as a Kicker/Punter, to be ranked with Chris Sailer Kicking, to receive a Chris Sailer Kicking shirt, to have the chance to win FREE admission (Spring) to the Chris Sailer Kicking Vegas XXVI Event in May (travel and accommodations not included)

March 1, Los Angeles CA – Notre Dame Sherman Oak HS
March 15, Dallas TX – Midlothian HS
March 28, Charlotte NC – William Amos Hough HS
March 29, Atlanta GA – Blessed Trinity HS
April 12, Chicago IL – Lewis University
July 9, Chicago IL
July 23, Dallas TX – Cedar Hill HS
July 25, Charlotte NC – William Amos Hough HS
July 26, Atlanta GA
July 29, Los Angeles CA – Notre Dame Sherman Oaks HS

VEGAS EVENTS
As you know, the Vegas Events are the biggest and best Kicking / Punting camps in the world. They are truly a national event to see how you compete against the best in the nation, and world. The May Event, or VEGAS XXVI, is the second largest Kicking / Punting camp that we run (VEGAS XXV in January is the biggest). The main difference is the weather and there are less seniors since many have already stepped onto their college campuses for their next stage of their life.

Think of this as the SUPER BOWL for Kickers / Punters. No other kicking, punting & long snapping event comes close to the exposure offered by the National Kicking Events. Chris Sailer Kicking is, by far, the most credible recruiting source for Kickers / Punters in the country.

The “TOP 12” and “EVENT ELITE” is the list to be on if you are seeking national exposure. From the Vegas Events, the Chris Sailer Kicking Staff will select the “TOP 12” Seniors/JC & the “TOP 12” Underclassman (January) and “Event Elite” (May). Over 90% of the “TOP 12” have received full ride D1A scholarships in the past. Over 99% members of the “TOP 12” have gone on to play college football. In addition the “TOP 12” Underclassman will be invited to attend an exclusive summer camp to train and compete amongst that elite group.

The Competition Finals Round Winners in Vegas (FG, Punt, and LS) will receive FREE Chris Sailer Kicking Camps for 1 FULL YEAR. (Excludes transportation and Hotel). The Vegas Events offer the best exposure possible for Kickers / Punters. Chris Sailer Kicking has personal relationships with over 100 D1A Universities and many more at other levels. This is your chance to get recognized on a national scale. Chris Sailer Kicking works very closely with Scout.com, Rivals.com, Espn.com, etc. and have also been featured in Sports Illustrated, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Deadspin, etc.

VEGAS XXVI Prep Camp, May 3, Los Angeles CA – Notre Dame Sherman Oaks HS
VEGAS XXVI Friday Small Group Sessions , May 8 – Las Vegas Indoor/Outdoor Soccer Complex
VEGAS XXVI, May 9-10 – Las Vegas Indoor/Outdoor Soccer Complex

FBU CAMPS / US ARMY ALL-AMERICAN BOWL
For the second year in a row, Chris Sailer Kicking & Rubio Long Snapping will be teaming up with FBU to run the specialists portions of their camps. FBU is the world’s largest football training service and has hired us to handle their Kicking, Punting & Long Snapping section. It is an honor and we are proud to do it again. It is a top notch organization that benefits countless athletes across the country.

This year, Chris Sailer Kicking will be running more camps in order to hit more areas around the country. To be able to do this, I will only be at certain locations. The locations in italics are camps that I will personally be at this spring and summer. Those not in italics, will have senior Chris Sailer Kicking instructors in attendance (staff members that have been with me for well over 30 camps). They will follow the same format as myself and report directly to FBU and yours truly.

We will be choosing the two Long Snappers that will participate in the US ARMY ALL-AMERICAN BOWL at the FBU TOP GUN CAMP in Ohio on July 16-18. Chris Sailer Kicking will also be selecting the East Bay Youth All-American for the Class of 2019 (Freshman All-American Bowl) and 2020 (8th Grade All-American Bowl) at the FBU TOP GUN CAMP in Ohio on July 16-18. You MUST be invited to the TOP GUN camp by performing well at one of the regional camps prior to the TOP GUN Camp. Bottom line, you will have to do well at one of the camps, that the Chris Sailer Kicking staff  is in attendance at, to pick up an invite from myself and/or one of my senior instructors.

To register for an FBU camp, use Code CS15.  It is a benefit to be invited due to being a Chris Sailer Kicking Student. The TOP GUN Codes will be given out once you attend an FBU Regional Camp.

April 24-25, Central Florida
May 1-2, Charlotte, NC
May 1-2, Dallas, TX
May 15-16, New Jersey
May 22-23, Atlanta, GA
May 29-30, South Florida
May 5-6, San Francisco, CA
June 5-6, Chicago, IL
June 19-20, Los Angeles, CA
June 19-20, Houston, TX
July 10-11, Dublin, Ohio
July 16-18, Dublin, Ohio, TOP GUN CAMP (this is the camp where the US ARMY BOWL ALL-AMERICANS, FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICANS & 8TH GRADE ALL-AMERICANS will be selected)

COLLEGE LEVEL CAMP
June 29-30, CA – Notre Dame Sherman Oaks HS

This camp will be ONLY for 4 year university college Kickers / Punters or those entering into a 4 year university. 1st year JC and freshman, sophomores and juniors in high school can NOT attend this camp.

This will be a very high level camp that will be run similarly to the TOP 12 and EVENT ELITE camp. Cost of the camp will include hotel, transportation to the fields and the instruction. This camp is built for Kickers / Punters looking to dominate the college camp and get ready for the NFL.

NFL FREE AGENT CAMP
February 28, Los Angeles CA – Notre Dame Sherman Oaks HS

You (the specialists) asked for it, you got it. They (NFL coaches) asked for it, they got it. As you know, Chris Rubio and myself have always run the biggest and best exposure camps for high school Kickers, Punters and Long Snappers. Now it is time for us to move completely into the NFL realm to give the needed exposure to our college athletes.

Chris Sailer and myself have been asked COUNTLESS times to run a free agent camps since it is something that has been lacking for quite some time in the world of specialists. It is now time. This one day camp will be a showcase for NFL coaches. There will be little coaching (you shouldn’t need a ton if you are at this camp) as this camp will all be about exposure. NFL coaches and personnel will be on hand to personally see the Long Snappers in action.

In order to attend this camp, you must be out of college and be eligible for the NFL draft or an NFL Free Agent.

COLLEGE CAMPS
Chris Sailer Kicking & Rubio Long Snapping will be in charge of several university led college camps across the country. These are camps that the universities put on and have us run. You will register through THEIR website. Here is the list, so far, as more will be added once the dates are finalized…

Alabama, June 6
Texas A&M, June 8
USC, June 12
Oregon, June 13
UCLA, June 18
LSU, July 19

“TOP 12” & “EVENT ELITE” CAMP
June 15-17, Los Angeles CA – Notre Dame Sherman Oaks HS

This camp is open ONLY to those invited personally by Chris Sailer. You are chosen to attend this camp by performing extremely well at either the January or May National Events in Las Vegas. Do NOT sign up for this camp unless you have been formally invited by Chris Sailer. Former “TOP 12” and “EVENT ELITE” members includes countless college and NFL players, All-Americans, NFL Pro Bowlers and Super Bowl participants.

Some Kicking / Punting “TOP 12” Alumni: Ryan Succop (Tennessee Titans), Justin Tucker (Baltimore Ravens), Blair Walsh (Minnesota Vikings), Dan Bailey (Dallas Cowboys), Kai Forbath (Washington Redskins), Randy Bullock (Houston Texans), Cody Parkey (Philadelphia Eagles), Jeff Locke (Minnesota Vikings), Bryan Anger (Jacksonville Jaguars), Bradley Nortman (Carolina Panthers), Ryan Allen (New England Patriots), Colton Schmidt (Buffalo Bills), Tress Way (Washington Redskins)….to name a few!

The “TOP 12” is chosen after the January Event (VEGAS XXV) and the “EVENT ELITE” is chosen after the spring Event (VEGAS XXVI). There are obviously 12 chosen for the “TOP 12” and there is no set number for the “EVENT ELITE”. Those that deserve it and are top of their class in May, get chosen…it could be one, it could be 20. 

The success rate of those we have been selected in the past that go on to play college football (most on scholarship) is over 95%.

UNDERCLASSMEN INVITE EVENT
June 19-20, Los Angeles CA – Notre Dame Sherman Oaks HS

You will almost think of this Event as a baby  “TOP 12” & “EVENT ELITE” Camp. This two day event is a camp that Chris Sailer Kicking will be completely gearing towards the athletes and their parents/guardians. This camp is meant to not only get the athletes headed in the right direction in the beginning and middle of their high school careers, but also the parents as well. It will provide information regarding nutrition, social media, recruiting, film, education and, of course, on field instruction. This event is just as much for the parents/guardians as it is the athletes!

College recruiting for Kickers / Punters is finally getting where it needs to be. Scholarships are being offered earlier and earlier each year. Early exposure is necessary these days. The Chris Sailer Kicking Underclassmen “Invite Only” Event is the perfect opportunity to make a name for yourself and solidify your national ranking at the perfect time. The middle of the summer is now the time college coaches build their underclassmen lists. You want to be on that list. This camp will get you there. It is also your first opportunity to prove that you are a “TOP 12” candidate in your class. The camp is set for early July for a reason, college coaches asked us to do this. They want the inside track early. Don’t be surprised to see more and more underclassmen offered during the season in the near future.

There will be formal meetings/classroom sessions on individual topics such as: Training (what level is right for the underclassmen athlete, how often, proper techniques), Nutrition and Lifting (Good habits, bad habits), Social Media (Setting up and using the proper social media outlets – this has become a must), Filming (proper angles, techniques, times, set up), Education (the importance of it, standards, year by year plan)

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TOP 5 Questions Regarding The Chris Sailer Award

1. What is it?

  • Each year, The Chris Sailer Award is presented to the national high school Placekicker of the Year. The award is given out the day before the largest Kicking, Punting & Long Snapping  event in the world in January in Las Vegas.

2. When is it?

  • This year, The Chris Sailer Award will be presented to a lucky, and very deserving placekicker, on January 16th at the JW Marriott in Las Vegas.

3. Who is allowed to attend the Awards Show?

  • It is open to all and attire is casual. Doors will open at 7 pm at the JW Marriott in the Valencia Ballroom (follow the signs). Trust me when I tell you, you will NOT want to miss this as new MC’s will be hosting AND we will be presenting other awards as well.

4. Who are the three finalists?

  • Mason Weissenhofer, Montini Catholic HS, IL
  • Joey Gogol, Marist HS, GA
  • Tyler Bass, Dutch Fork HS, SC

5. Who is on the Chris Sailer Award Selection Committee and what is their role?

They are the people that vote on the winner. Each committee member votes for a 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finisher. Votes are tallied and the winner is announced at the awards banquet.

Aaron Perez (CSK Staff)
Joe Houston (CSK Staff)
Chris Nendick (CSK Staff)
Obi Egekeze (CSK Staff)
Nacho Brache (CSK Staff)
Erik Folk (CSK Staff)
Nick Folk (Jets)
Jeff Locke (Vikings)
Blair Walsh (Vikings)
Kai Forbath (Redskins)
Randy Taylor (NCSA)
Greg Biggins (Scout.com)
Brandon Huffman (Scout.com)
Chris Rubio (Rubio Long Snapping)
Alex Ball (Former Sailer Award Winner)
Wyatt Schmidt (Former Sailer Award Winner)
Cole Hedlund (Former Sailer Award Winner)

Hedlund Herbalife 24 Award
Cole Hedlund – 2013 Chris Sailer Award Winner

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How to be Chosen for the US Army All-American Bowl

As you know, Chris Sailer Kicking chooses the Kickers & Punters for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. This bowl, which is the largest high school all-star game in the world, takes place in early January at the Alamodome in San Antonio, TX and highlights the top high school athletes in the country.

So, here is how you get chosen for this prestigious event…

  1. Register for an FBU camp that Chris Sailer Kicking will be running in the spring and summer. PLEASE NOTE: Chris Sailer Kicking will only be at certain locations and those locations will be announced by the end of the month. Once the dates are posted, you can obtain an invite code to the camp by contacting Chris Sailer Kicking or FBU directly.
  2. Do well at the FBU camp you participated in and then you get invited to the TOP GUN camp run by FBU in June.
  3. Dominate the TOP GUN camp in June.
  4. The two top Kickers & two top Punters over the two day camp will be chosen as Army Bowl All-Americans!

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Chris Sailer Kicking Punter Tanner Blain Commits to San Diego State

Congratulations to Chris Sailer Kicking 5-Star Punter Tanner Blain who committed to San Diego State University this morning.  He was offered a full scholarship last night and felt this was the perfect fit.  Tanner is a junior college punter from El Camino JC.  He works daily with Chris Sailer Kicking Staff Member Joe Houston.  He had several stellar camps with Chris Sailer Kicking this past summer and fall and recently earned a 5-Star Rating and moved into the 10 nationally ranked punters.  Tanner and SDSU was a natural fit.

Tanner will join fellow Chris Sailer Kicking Kicker Donny Hageman at SDSU this coming semester and compete during spring ball.  Donny (Kicker) and Tanner (Punter) should make a powerful team next fall for SDSU.

“Chris, thank you so much for what you have done for me and my family both on and off the field. This wouldn’t have been possible without you and Joe Houston.  My dream is becoming a reality thanks to you”. – Tanner Blain

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Announcing the 2014 Chris Sailer Award Finalists

Here are your finalists, in alphabetical order, for The Chris Sailer Award…
  • Joey Gogol – Marist HS, GA (16-20 FG’s, Long 53 / 40-41 Extra Points)
  • Mason Weissenhofer – Montini Catholic HS, IL (16-19 FG’s, Long 44 / 56-56 Extra Points)
  • Tyler Bass – Dutch Fork HS, SC (18-20 FG’s, Long 47 / 74-76 Extra Points)
Now, is it when it will really get intense. Each finalist has the option of doing the following….
  • Sending in a two minute highlight video explaining why they should be the next recipient of The Chris Sailer Award. Video can include Kicking highlights, personal interviews and even a first hand interview of the finalists. This will need to be uploaded to YouTube with the title = NAME, Chris Sailer Award Finalists, 2014.
  • Getting recommendation letters from coaches, sports writers, etc.
All information must be sent to Chris@ChrisSailerKicking.com  by December 19th.
The winner will be presented with the trophy on Friday, January 16th at 7:00 pm at the JW Marriott in Las Vegas, NV.
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The Chris Sailer Award is presented, on an annual basis, to the best national high school placekicker for that given season. Past winners include Alex Ball (2011), Wyatt Schmidt (2012) and Cole Hedlund (2013).
Chris Sailer played for Notre Dame High School (1993-1995).  He was an All-American PK and Punter. In 1994 he set the national record for most field goals in a season with 22.  Of those 22 field goals, 7 came from beyond 50 yards including success from 58, 57, 57, 54, 52, 52 and 50 yards.  Chris Sailer was rewarded with a full ride scholarship to UCLA in 1995.  He went on to earn All-American Honors as both a placekicker and punter during his time at UCLA. He was a Lou Groza Award Finalist in 1997. He set multiple records while at UCLA including longest field goal of 56 yards (still stands).  He was signed by the San Francisco 49ers and went on to enjoy an 7 year professional career.

The National Placekicker of the Year is named in honor of Chris Sailer for his outstanding high school career and nearly single handedly changing the world of kicking and punting as we know it.  Chris is now the most prominent private kicking and punting  coach in World.  He has made the positions of kicking and punting  a specialty and is revered around the country through his website, as well as camps.  Through his training and development of young kickers and punter, almost 100 high school and junior college kicking & punting specialists now receive full ride scholarships each year for their skill in that position.

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Chris Sailer Kicking Australian Import Brad Craddock Wins the Lou Groza Award!

In February of 2011 Chris Sailer Kicking made its annual trip to Australia to scout international talent through OzPunt.Net  I usually scout 40 plus punters that have aspirations of playing college football in the U.S . and/or playing in the NFL.  Very few athletes in Australia want to pursue kicking in the U.S.  But in 2011, I found a rare talent.  His name was….Brad Craddock.  At the time he was beyond raw.  I started with 3 steps back and 2 steps over.  Within a few hours, I knew he could play college football.

A few months later, with some convincing, he landed a scholarship to the University of Maryland. Since then, he has gone on to break record after record, surpassing Chris Sailer Kicking’s own Obi Egekeze.  And tonight he put the cherry on top, taking home the 2014 Lou Groza Award present the the College Placekicker of the Year.  Congratulations to Brad and his family.  OzPunt also deserves great recognition.

Chris Sailer Kicking will again travel to Australia in February of 2015.  Who will be next?

Craddock Headshot

Brad Craddock (Australia) is a big time D1A all ar

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Chris Sailer Kicking – TX Fall Camp Recap, Terry Shines!

The road to Vegas XXV is in full swing.  Hundreds of specialists continue to prepare for the largest kicking, punting and long snapping camp in the world.  Chris Sailer Kicking was in Dallas, TX this past weekend for one of the biggest and most talented camps yet.  Once again well over 100 specialists from all over the country were in attendance at this very popular one day camp.  Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp Champion – Kyler Terry (2015, TX)
Kyler had one of the most dominating performances at a Chris Sailer Kicking camp every on this day.  He won both major field goal competitions and was also the kickoff champion.  He nailed multiple field goals of 50 plus yards without missing a single kick during competition.  He put one kickoff through the uprights and several others deep into the endzone. He is big, tall, strong and athletic.  Kyler is a very talented prospect that could be a real sleeper in the Class of 2015.

Punt Champion  – Eric Kreitz (JC, CA)
Eric is a talented all around kicker / punter.  Primarily a kicker, he proved his all around ability in Dallas.  He hit several punts 50 plus yards with solid hang time.  Eric recently picked up an offer from Arkansas Pine Bluff and should see more recruiting action in the coming months.

Top Class of 2015 Prospect – Quinton Conaway (OK)
Quinton is a big time D1 prospect.  His field goals are outstanding off the ground, kickoffs are near the very top of his class and his punting is really coming along.  He has all the tools to make a big impact at any college.  Offer Now!

Other Class of 2015 Standouts: Ryan Rodriguez, Adam Nunez, Drew Klinghagen, Lucas Rizzotto, Omar Shalabi, Patrick LeCorre, Sam Jimenez, Tyler Flathau, Wyatt Clevenger, Jordan White, Julio De La Garza

Top Class of 2016 Prospect – Braden Mann (TX)
Braden continues solidify himself as one of the top players in the nation.  He has a big time leg and shows endless potential.  He is a D1 prospect as both a kicker and a punter.  Look for Braden to challenge for a “TOP 12” spot at Vegas XXV and land offers as early as this Spring.

Other Class of 2016 Standouts:  Butch Hampton, Austin Henning, Alex Cohill, Luke Hogan, Holden Lyons, Max Allen, Tony Hernandez, Bailey Raborn, Drew Riethman, Jacob Kubin, Colby Lorenz, John Wengierski, Marco Navarro, Mason Shank

Class of 2017 Future Stars: Jovi Munoz, Erick Carrasco, Josh Grant, Liam Bunnell, Nick Horiates, Geoffrey Pace, Robert Blue, Ryan Harwell

Class of 2018 Future Stars: Chris Kessler, Clark Schoonover, Jacob Meeks, Jake Smith

Chris Sailer Kicking will now gear up for Vegas XXV.  The prep camp for this Event will be in  Los Angeles, CA (January 11).  Then get ready for the biggest Kicking, Punting & Long Snapping camp in the world, Vegas XXV (January 17-18, 2015).
Visit ChrisSailerKicking.com for more rankings, statistics and camp information.

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Week 14 College Players of the Week

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 14: Austin MacGinnis (Kentucky) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 45), 4 for 4 Extra Points

Previous Players of the Week:
Week 1: Adam Griffith (Alabama) – 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 47), 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 2: Elliott Fry (South Carolina) – 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 42), 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 3: Ian Frye (Virginia) – 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 47), 2 for 2 Extra Points, Game Winning Field Goal
Week 4: Ian Frye (Virginia) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 46) 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 5: Brad Craddock (Maryland) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 48) 4 for 4 Extra Points
Week 6: Josh Lambert (West Virginia) – 4 for 5 Field Goals (Long 53), 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 7: Josh Lambert (West Virginia) – 3 for 4 Field Goals (Long 55), 4 for 4 Extra Points, 55-Yard Game Winning Field Goal
Week 8: Jared Robert (Colorado State) – 3 for 4 Field Goals (Long 52), 1 for 1 Extra Points, 46 Yard Game Winning Field Goal
Week 9: Will Oliver (Colorado) – 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 38), 4 for 4 Extra Points, Game Tying Field Goal at the end of regulation & Game Tying Field Goal at the end of the first overtime.
Week 10: Brad Craddock (Maryland) 2 for 2 Field Goals (Long 43), 2 for 2 Extra Points, 43 Yard Game Winning Field Goal
Week 11: Garrett Owens (Oregon State) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 46) 2 for 2 Extra Points
Week 12: Jack Mitchell (Nothwestern) 4 for 5 Field Goals (Long 46) 3 for 3 Extra Points, 41 Yard Game Winning Field Goal
Week 13: Brad Craddock (Maryland) – 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 41), 2-2 Extra Points

Punter:
Week 14: Will Conant (Air Force) – 52.9 Yard Punt Average on 7 Punts (Long 64)

Previous Players of the Week:
Week 1: Daniel Cadona (Louisiana-Lafayette) – 54.8 Yard Punt Average on 4 Punts (Long 77)
Week 2: Chris Gulla (Penn State) 48.8 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 53)
Week 3: William Russ (Texas) – 50.5 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 62)
Week 4: Kyle Christy (Florida) – 52.7 Yard Punt Average on 7 Punts (Long 66)
Week 5: Will Hagerup (Michigan) – 50.0 Yard Punt Average on 8 Punts (Long 63)
Week 6:  J.K. Scott (Alabama) – 51.8 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 64)
Week 7:  Drew Kaser (Texas A&M) – 50.7 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 59)
Week 8: Alex Howell (Boston College) – 50.1 Yard Punt Average on 10 Punts (Long 57)
Week 9: Kip Smith (Oklahoma State) – 52.6 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 71)
Week 10: Scott Arellano (BYU) – 46.3 Yards Punt Average on 7 Punts (Long 81)
Week 11: Cason Beatty (Florida State) – 48.5 Yard Punt Average on 4 Punts (Long 67)
Week 12: Mike Sadler (Michigan State) – 46.3 Yard Average on 6 Punts (Long 66)
Week 13: Will Johnson (Texas State) – 49.2 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 66)

50+Yard Field Goals:
Week 1: Jared Roberts (Colorado State) 52, Rafael Gaglianone (Wisconsin) 51, Paul Griggs (Purdue) 51
Week 2: Andre Heidari (Southern California) 53, Austin MaGinnis (Kentucky) 53, Corey Acosta (Southern Miss) 50, Will Conant (Air Force) 50
Week 3: Andrew Heidari (Southern California) 52, Cameron Van Winkle (Washington) 51, Austin MaGinnis (Kentucky) 51
Week 4: Josh Lambert (West Virginia) 54
Week 5: Corey Acosta (Southern Miss) 52
Week 6: Brad Craddock (Maryland) 57, Josh Lambert (West Virginia) 53, John Wallace (Louisville) 51
Week 7: Josh Lambert (West Virginia) 55
Week 8: Josh Lambert (West Virginia) 54, Jared Roberts (Colorado State) 52
Week 9: Cole Murphy (Syracuse) 50
Week 10: Jared Roberts (Colorado State) 53, Cole Murphy (Syracuse) 50
Week 11: Paul Griggs (Purdue) 53, Paul Griggs (Purdue) 52
Week 12: Austin MacGinnis (Kentucky) 54Jordan Williamson (Stanford) 51
Week 13: Marshall Morgan (Georgia) 53, Rafael Gaglianone (Wisconsin) 50
Week 14: Brad Craddock (Maryland) 50

Lou Groza Stars of the Week (3 Chosen Each Week):
Week 1: Adam Griffith (Alabama)
Week 2: Elliott Fry (South Carolina), Corey Acosta (Southern Miss)
Week 3: Ian Frye (Virginia)
Week 4: Ian Frye (Virginia)
Week 5: Brad Craddock (Maryland)
Week 6: NA
Week 7: Josh Lambert (West Virginia), Chris Callahan (Baylor)
Semi-Finalists Announced
Congratulations to all the Chris Sailer Kicking Kickers that were selected
Finalists Announced
Congratulations to Chris Sailer Kicking Kickers Josh Lambert (West Virginia) & Brad Craddock (Maryland) on being 2 of the 3 Finalists selected.

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 – Week 13 College Players of the Week

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 13: Brad Craddock (Maryland) – 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 41), 2-2 Extra Points

Previous Players of the Week:
Week 1: Adam Griffith (Alabama) – 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 47), 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 2: Elliott Fry (South Carolina) – 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 42), 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 3: Ian Frye (Virginia) – 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 47), 2 for 2 Extra Points, Game Winning Field Goal
Week 4: Ian Frye (Virginia) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 46) 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 5: Brad Craddock (Maryland) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 48) 4 for 4 Extra Points
Week 6: Josh Lambert (West Virginia) – 4 for 5 Field Goals (Long 53), 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 7: Josh Lambert (West Virginia) – 3 for 4 Field Goals (Long 55), 4 for 4 Extra Points, 55-Yard Game Winning Field Goal
Week 8: Jared Robert (Colorado State) – 3 for 4 Field Goals (Long 52), 1 for 1 Extra Points, 46 Yard Game Winning Field Goal
Week 9: Will Oliver (Colorado) – 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 38), 4 for 4 Extra Points, Game Tying Field Goal at the end of regulation & Game Tying Field Goal at the end of the first overtime.
Week 10: Brad Craddock (Maryland) 2 for 2 Field Goals (Long 43), 2 for 2 Extra Points, 43 Yard Game Winning Field Goal
Week 11: Garrett Owens (Oregon State) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 46) 2 for 2 Extra Points
Week 12: Jack Mitchell (Nothwestern) 4 for 5 Field Goals (Long 46) 3 for 3 Extra Points, 41 Yard Game Winning Field Goal

Punter:
Week 13: Will Johnson (Texas State) – 49.2 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 66)

Previous Players of the Week:
Week 1: Daniel Cadona (Louisiana-Lafayette) – 54.8 Yard Punt Average on 4 Punts (Long 77)
Week 2: Chris Gulla (Penn State) 48.8 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 53)
Week 3: William Russ (Texas) – 50.5 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 62)
Week 4: Kyle Christy (Florida) – 52.7 Yard Punt Average on 7 Punts (Long 66)
Week 5: Will Hagerup (Michigan) – 50.0 Yard Punt Average on 8 Punts (Long 63)
Week 6:  J.K. Scott (Alabama) – 51.8 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 64)
Week 7:  Drew Kaser (Texas A&M) – 50.7 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 59)
Week 8: Alex Howell (Boston College) – 50.1 Yard Punt Average on 10 Punts (Long 57)
Week 9: Kip Smith (Oklahoma State) – 52.6 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 71)
Week 10: Scott Arellano (BYU) – 46.3 Yards Punt Average on 7 Punts (Long 81)
Week 11: Cason Beatty (Florida State) – 48.5 Yard Punt Average on 4 Punts (Long 67)
Week 12: Mike Sadler (Michigan State) – 46.3 Yard Average on 6 Punts (Long 66)

50+Yard Field Goals:
Week 1: Jared Roberts (Colorado State) 52, Rafael Gaglianone (Wisconsin) 51
Week 2: Andre Heidari (Southern California) 53, Austin MaGinnis (Kentucky) 53, Corey Acosta (Southern Miss) 50, Will Conant (Air Force) 50
Week 3: Andrew Heidari (Southern California) 52, Cameron Van Winkle (Washington) 51, Austin MaGinnis (Kentucky) 51
Week 4: Josh Lambert (West Virginia) 54
Week 5: Corey Acosta (Southern Miss) 52
Week 6: Brad Craddock (Maryland) 57, Josh Lambert (West Virginia) 53, John Wallace (Louisville) 51
Week 7: Josh Lambert (West Virginia) 55
Week 8: Josh Lambert (West Virginia) 54, Jared Roberts (Colorado State) 52
Week 9: Cole Murphy (Syracuse) 50
Week 10: Jared Roberts (Colorado State) 53, Cole Murphy (Syracuse) 50
Week 12: Austin MacGinnis (Kentucky) 54Jordan Williamson (Stanford) 51
Week 13: Marshall Morgan (Georgia) 53, Rafael Gaglianone (Wisconsin) 50

Lou Groza Stars of the Week (3 Chosen Each Week):
Week 1: Adam Griffith (Alabama)
Week 2: Elliott Fry (South Carolina), Corey Acosta (Southern Miss)
Week 3: Ian Frye (Virginia)
Week 4: Ian Frye (Virginia)
Week 5: Brad Craddock (Maryland)
Week 6: NA
Week 7: Josh Lambert (West Virginia), Chris Callahan (Baylor)
Semi-Finalists Announced
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