2019 NJ Summer Camp Recap – Aidan Clark 3-Peats

The 2019 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Camp Tour continued July 21 at St. John Vienny High School in NJ. 40+ specialists representing 6 states attended the growing camp. Take a look at the results…

Aidan Clark, JonMichael & Jaden Anthony

Overall Camp Champion – Aidan Clark (2020 CT)
Looked strong on Kickoffs all day. He won the Kickoff competition with a 70 yard ball with 3.75 hang. He won the camp by showing his consitency from 50 plus. Aidan has a bright college future.

Overall Champion: Aidan Clark

Field Goal Champion – JonMichael Elliott (2020, VA)
JonMichael was far and away one of the most consistent kickers at the camp. He only missed 2 Field Goals the whole day. JohnMicheal also displayed the ability to hit a college level ball on kickoffs. His best ball of the day traveled 63 yard with 3.85 hang time.

Punt Champion – Jaden Anthony (2022, NJ)
Jaden is a young, raw and talented punter. He displayed the ability drive punts 43+ yards with 4.3 hang time. Jaden is also solid young kicker with a big leg. With hard work, he will be a good one.

Class of 2020 Standouts: Aidan Clark, JonMichael Elliott, Christian Mather, Richie Pekmezian, Zach Pomeroy

Class of 2021 Standouts: Brock Froschauer, Nolan Izzo, Austin Kuterka

Class of 2022 Standouts: Jaden Anthony, Mason Shenk.

Class of 2023 Standouts: Joshua Resnick

The 2019 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Tour will continue with the following camp in Charlotte, NC (July 27), San Francisco, CA (July 28), Atlanta, GA (July 28) and Honolulu, HI (August 25th)

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

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


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!


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.


2019 TX Spring Camp Recap – Joseph McFadden Comes Out On Top!

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 Road to Vegas XXXIV continued April 7th with a stop in Dallas, TX. Dallas, the state of Texas and the southern region of the country always produce incredible talent. From Justin Tucker, to Dan Bailey, to Randy Bullock… Who will be next? Take a look at a few hopefuls. Here are the results.

The 2019 TX Spring Camp was loaded with talent!

Overall Camp ChampionJoseph McFadden (2021, TX)
The long time Chris Sailer Kicking kicker continues to prove that he is an absolute standout. He went 8-8 with a long of 55 yards to win a major field goal competition. He hits a big time D1 ball off the ground. His ball gets up quick and he has 60+ yard range. His kickoffs are strong. Joseph averages 65+ yards with 4.0+ hang time. He is also a very capable punter. This 5-Star Kicker is a sure fire D1 Scholarship Pick. OFFER NOW!!!

Field Goal ChampionNathan Ellisor (2021, TX)
Nathan had his best performance at a Chris Sailer Kicking camp yet. He is a phenomenal athlete that is really starting to come into his own as a Kicker. Nathan won a major field goal competition by going a remarkable 9-9, including 4 field goals of 50+ yards. His kickoffs are strong, near the top of his class. Nathan continues to elevate his game and is beginning to cement himself among the elite in America. Big things ahead… stay tuned.

Kickoff ChampionDavid Kemp (2021, KS)
David recently became a Chris Sailer Kicking 5-Star Kicker with his huge performance at Vegas XXXIII in January. He was equally impressive in Dallas. David has been attempting CSK Camps since his 8th grade year. He is mentally and physically strong and mature beyond his years. He won the kickoff competition by averaging 65+ yards, with 4.0+ hang time. His best ball measured 72 yards with 4.05 second hang time. He is ready for whatever challenge comes his way.

Punt ChampionReis Vernon (2020, OK)
Reis is quickly becoming one of the most decorated punters in Chris Sailer Kicking history. He was a national champion kicker and punter at the 2018 Underclassmen Invitational. He followed that up by winning another championship (Punting) on the biggest stage at Vegas XXXIII this past January. On this day he won the major punting competition by averaging 45+ yards, with 4.5+ second hang time. Reis is also a D1 talent as a kicker. He competed extremely well at every position in Dallas. He is a major D1 recruit… OFFER NOW!!!

Ellisor, Vernon, McFadden & Kemp

Class of 2019/JC Standouts: Gino Garcia, Daniel Esparza, Jared DeFelice.

Class of 2020 Standouts: Reis Vernon, Tabor Allen, Tanner Cragun, Carson Roberts, Connor Wallace, Aidan Clark, Aidan Schiefer, Arturo Ramirez, Carlos Villagomez, JC Smith, John Hoyland, Nico Ledesma, Rich McDermott, Anthony Raya, Connor Crookham, Evanston, Garneau, Huxley Richardson, Riley Nuzzo, Marco Rodriguez, Victor Robles, Wesley Winters.

Class of 2021 Standouts: Joseph McFadden, David Kemp, Nathan Ellisor, Bert Auburn, Aaron Wagaman, Matthew Eich, Francisco Castillo, Ethan Spearman, Ty Reid, Joshua Levin, Brandon Garcia, Colton Batten, Joshua McCormick, Sergio Rubio.

Class of 2022 Standouts: Carter Brown, Markus Merkelbach, Bradyn Ritchie, Brynden Southworth, Upton Bellenfant, Brody McNew, Michael James.

The 2019 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour will continue Chicago, IL (Sunday April 14), Atlanta, GA (Sunday April 28) & 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

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


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

5 Easy Tips For The Class of 2019 To Get Ahead In Recruiting – November

1. Stop panicking.  We are still very early in the recruiting process.  Less that 5% of the class of 2019 (K/P) have made college commitments.  Less than 10% of the class of 2019 (K/P) have been offered any sort of college opportunity.  Note, there are many waves of recruiting.  Recruiting will last all the way through August when fall camps officially begin for the upcoming college football season.

2. Take unofficial visits as often as possible.  An unofficial visit simply means that you have to pay for the visit yourself.   Getting on campus is the best way to show a college football program genuine interest.  Sending emails, making phone calls, direct messaging on social media, etc. simply isn’t enough anymore.  A coach will know that you have a real interest once you make the effort to get on campus.

3. Start to narrow down your search to universities and colleges that are realistic options.  This includes level of football (FBS, FCS, D2, D3, NAII, JC, etc.), level of academics, region of the country, etc.  Stop targeting D1 football programs if you are not a D1 recruit.  Stop targeting high academic institutions if you have a 2.0 GPA.  Find schools that will reciprocate interest in you and opportunities will follow.


4. Ask for an opportunity, not a scholarship.  Every college coach in America knows that you would like to be offered a scholarship.  When you ask for a scholarship, this turns them off.  You are basically limiting communication opportunity.  When you ask for an opportunity to be on the team, coaches will be receptive.  You are opening a door for communication.  The goal in recruiting is to create options.  Offers of any kind, create buzz, which create more options.  Scholarship vs. Preferred Walk On offers will take care of itself in the end.

5. Get ready for XXXIII (January 19-20, 2019).  The biggest mistake made these days is thinking that recruiting for seniors is already over by this time.  In fact, it is the exact opposite.  90% of Kickers / Punters in this class will be recruited heavily during this time of year.  It will be feeding frenzy.  National Letter of Intent Day (NLI) is in early February.  Vegas takes place this time of year for this reason.  College coaches pay a tremendous amount of attention to the Vegas results and post Vegas rankings.  Scholarships offers and preferred walk on opportunities will be won this weekend in Vegas.



Chris Sailer Kicking – Stats Leaderboard (NFL, College, Junior College & High School, Sailer Award)

Chris Sailer Kicking – 2018 Leaderboard

NFL, College, Junior College, High School & Sailer Award

Chris Sailer Kicking will update the leader boards as the season goes on:
Last Update: 11/14/18

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

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

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

4. 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:
Ka’imi Fairbairn (Texans) 19-22 FG’s (Long 54) 33-34 Extra Points
Dustin Hopkins (Redskins) 17-19 FG’s (Long 56) 17-17 Extra Points
Ryan Succop (Titans) 17-20 FG’s (Long 54) 15-15 Extra Points
Justin Tucker (Ravens) 16-18 FG’s (Long 55) 21-22 Extra Points
Jason Sanders (Dolphins) 15-16 FG’s (Long 50) 20-21 Extra Points
Cody Parkey (Bears) 13-18 FG’s (Long 50) 30-32 Extra Points
Dan Bailey (Vikings) 12-15 FG’s (Long 52) 16-17 Extra Points
Chandler Catanzaro (Bucs) 11-15 FG’s (Long 59) 23-27 Extra Points
Randy Bullock (Bengals) 9-11 FG’s (Long 51) 28-29 Extra Points
Georgio Tavecchio (Falcons) 5-5 FG’s (Long 56) 8-8 Extra Points

NFL Punting:
Drew Kaser (Chargers) 48.4
Ryan Allen (Patriots) 46.3
Corey Borjorquez (Bills) 45.1
JK Scott (Packers) 44.5
Bryan Anger (Buccaneers) 44.5
Tress Way (Redskins) 43.9
Bradley Pinion (49ers) 43.5
Colby Wadman (Broncos) 43.3
Logan Cooke (Jaguars) 42.3
Colton Schmidt (Bills) 40.2

College Kicking (14 FG’s or more):
Cole Tracy (LSU) 22-25 FG’s (Long 54) 27-27 Extra Points
Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia) 17-19 FG’s (Long 53) 43-43 Extra Points
Christopher Dunn (NC State) 17-20 (Long 44) 32-32 Extra Points
Jake Verity (East Carolina) 16-18 FG’s (Long 52) 21-22 Extra Points
Cole Hedlund (North Texas) 16-19 FG’s (Long 51) 42-44 Extra Points
John Barron II (San Diego State) 16-19 FG’s (Long 54) 22-22 Extra Points
Luke Logan (Mississippi) 16-21 FG’s (Long 40) 43-44 Extra Points
Evan McPherson (Florida) 11-12 FG’s (Long 48) 25-25 Extra Points
Freeman Jones (North Carolina) 16-23 FG’s (Long 49) 24-24 Extra Points
Peyton Henry (Washington) 14-18 FG’s (Long 41) 32-32 Extra Points
Cameron Dicker (Texas) 14-19 FG’s (Long 52) 40-40 Extra Points

College Punting (Top 12):
Braden Mann (Texas A&M) 51.0
Brandon Wright (Georgia State) 48.6
Oscar Draguicevich (Washington State) 47.6
Stefan Flintoft (UCLA) 46.4
Blake Maimone (Oregon) 46.1
Corey Fatony (Missouri) 44.9
Tyler Newsome (Notre Dame) 44.9
Tommy Townsend (Florida) 44.9
Michael Farkas (Ohio) 44.5
Tyler Sumpter (Troy) 44.5
Joe Schopper (Purdue) 44.2
Quinton Conaway (Nevada) 43.8

Chris Sailer Award Leaders (12 or more FG’s)
Jack Olsen (2020, IL) 22-32 FG’s (Long 48) 28-29 Extra Points
Brock Travelstead (2020, GA) 18-19 FG’s (Long 46) 39-39 Extra Points
Ben Greenberg (2019, MN) 15-18 FG’s (Long 38) 36-38 Extra Points
Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA) 14-17 FG’s (Long 57, 55, 53, 51) 56-56 Extra Points
Talen Rider (2019, AZ) 14-17 FG’s (Long 49) 45-46 Extra Points
John Grist (2019, TX) 14-19 FG’s (Long 45) 33-34 Extra Points
Bryce Peters (2019, AZ) 13-15 FG’s (long 42) 34-39 Extra Points
Will Ferrin (2019, UT) 13-17 FG’s (Long 45) 16-16 Extra Points
Mark Ramos (2019, TX) 13-20 FG’s (Long 43) 37-28 Extra Points
Nate Gard (2020, IN) 13-20 FG’s (Long 42) 33-34 Extra Points
Collin Smith (2019, NC) 13-18 FG’s (Long 53) 36-38 Extra Points

High School / Junior College Field Goals (10 or more FG’s):
22-32 Jack Olsen (2020, IL)
18-19 Brock Travelstead (2020, GA)
14-17 Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)
13-15 Bryce Peters (2019, AZ)
13-17 Will Ferrin (2019, UT)
13-18 Collin Smith (2019, NC)
12-15 Blake Glessner (2020, WA)
12-16 Zaden Weber (2019, TN)
12-16 Jack Westbrook (2019, GA)
12-19 Kyle Thompson (2019, UT)
11-15 Cory Munson (2019, GA)
11-15 Jimmy Lowery (2019, FL)
11-15 Kevin Aranda (2019, CA)
11-16 Jack Tannehill (2021, MS)
11-18 Matthius Dunn (2019, UT)
10-12 Alex Felkins (2019, OK)
10-13 Jude Kelly (2020, GA)
10-13 Cameron Shirkey (2020, OH)
10-14 Caden Davis (2019, TX)
10-14 Drew Chilcoat (2019, TX)
10-14 Lane Gilchrist (2020, AL)
10-15 Colton Theaker (2019, CA)
10-15 Michael Lantz (2019, GA)
10-17 Luke Barresi (2019, IL)
10-17 Peter Delis (2020, CA)
9-9 JT Turner (2019, MI)
9-12 Will Reichard (2019, AL)
9-13 Noah Burnette (2020, NC)

50+ Yard Field Goals:
57 – Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)
57 – James Williams (2020, GA)
57 – Caden Davis (2019, TX)
55 – Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)
55 – Zaden Weber (2019, TN)
54 – Will Reichard (2019, AL)
54David Kemp (2021, KS)
53 – Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)
53 – Everett Hayes (2019, WA)
53 – Bijan Nichols (2019, TX)
53 – Zeke Mata (2020, CA)
53 – Noah Rauschenberg (2019, OK)
53 – Collin Smith (2019, NC)
53 – Cory Munson (2019, GA)
53 – Tommy Christakos (2020, AZ)
52 – Brody Patty (2019, TX)
52 – Brody Patty (2019, TX)
52 – Camden Lewis (2019, NC)
52 – Noah Burnette (2020, NC)
52 – Jared Wheatley (2019, NC)
52 – Colton Theaker (2019, CA)
52 – Zach Hoban (2019, NJ)
52 – Holt Cloninger (2020, NC)
52 – Holt Cloninger (2020, NC)
51 – Zach Hoban (2019, NJ)
51 – Holt Cloninger (2020, NC)
51 – Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)
51 – Jude Kelley (2020, GA)
51 – Jackson Passey (2019, AZ)
50 – David Kemp (2021, KS)
50 – Jason Stricker (2019, NC)
50 – Jason Stricker (2019, NC)
50 – Bert Auburn (2021, TX)
50 – Michael Lantz (2019, GA)
50 – Conor Hunt (2020, HI)
50 – Drew Chilcoat (2019, TX)
50 – Grant Ross (2019, MO)

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

Punting (Top 10):
45.1 – Jay Bramblett (2019, AL)
44.7 – Porter Wilson (2019, OH)
44.0 – Jake Marion (2021, NC)
43.9 – Nolan Parris (2019, NC)
43.7 – Matthew Eich (2021, CO)
43.2 – Sam Hogan (2019, NY)
43.0 – Brock Travelstead (2020, GA)
42.3 – Jude Kelly (2020, GA)
42.2 – John McConnell (2021, WV)
42.1 – Asa Kempton (2019, OH)
42.0 – Carson Olivas (JC, CA)

*Stats are submitted personally by individual players or researched via Maxpreps.com Before any awards are given, stats will be double checked through proper resources.

For more information, visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com


2018 GA Spring Camp Recap – Jay Bramblett Goes Back-to-Back!

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour made its most recent stop in what has become the hotbed for high school kicking and punting talent… Atlanta, GA. The Atlanta regional camps produced the most talent in the Class of 2018 last year and the future looks just as bright. Well over 100 specialists were once again in attendance representing nearly 15 states. Becoming the champion of this camp has become one of the tallest tasks on the Chris Sailer Kicking tour. Take a look at the results.

Ryan Fitzgerald, Jay Bramblett, Miled Mourad

Overall Camp ChampionJay Bramblett (2019, AL)
Jay was absolutely on fire once again from start to finish. The #1 ranked Punter in the nation, TOP 12 Camp Invitee and now back to back GA Camp Champion is a big time D1 prospect. He is an incredibly gifted athlete with an explosive leg. He easily averages 45+ yards with 4.6+ hang time. His best balls measure 50+ yards with 5.0+ hang time. Jay is a scholarship pick without a doubt. Look for him to pick up multiple D1 offers very soon. OFFER NOW!!!

Field Goal ChampionRyan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)
The Chris Sailer Kicking 2017 1st Team All-American Kicker proved once again exactly how he was able to earn that honor. Ryan won BOTH of the major field goal competitions versus stiff competition. Winning one competition would have been difficult, winning two is nearly impossible. Ryan came out on fire in the afternoon during competitions hitting 100% of his kicks including multiple 55+ yarders. Ryan is going to be an outstanding college kicker. OFFER NOW!!!

Kickoff Champion – Miled Mourad (Transfer, FL)
Miled enjoyed great success at his first Chris Sailer Kicking camp. He has a live leg and shows great promise on both field goal and kickoff. On this day he won the kickoff competition by averaging 70+ yards with 3.7+ hang time. His best kick sailed through the uprights with room to spare.

Top NewcomerCory Munson (2019, GA)
Cory is an impressive Class of 2019 prospect. He is a great looking athlete with explosive leg. As a junior in high school this past season he connected on 23 field goals with a long of 59 yards. He proved that he can compete with the best. Cory has 55+ yard range on field goal off the ground. He gets D1 height on his ball and does well under pressure. His kickoffs are also strong and he also shows nice punting potential. Look for Cory to challenge for a TOP 12 spot at Vegas XXXII.

Top Class of 2018 Prospect – Michael Owen (2018, GA)
Michael is a very talented Combo (K/P) Specialist. He shows he can hit a college level ball at times on field goal. His “A” ball is fantastic. His kickoffs average 60+ yards with solid hang time. Punting might end up being his best college position. He shows he can hit a big ball and he has the size and athleticism to develop in this area. Michael is is a pleasure to work with and will make a fine addition to a college football program.

Class of 2019 Prospects: Jay Bramblett, Ryan Fitzgerald, Cory Munson, Thor Billstrom, Noah Sheets, Andrew Ilken, Cade Davis, Gregory Blue, Jack Martin, Luis Garcia-Cano, Samuel Contorno, Zaden Webber, Travis Freeman, Hayden Hairston

Class of 2020 Prospects: Sam Massick, Brock Travelstead, Parker Hannon, Nolan McCord, Hayden Olsen, Mitchell Gallucio, Conner Middleton, Graham Gotlieb, Nicholas Bodin, Nick Hill, Ryan Barrick, Ty Sherman, Charlie Pollock, Cooper Neal, Hunter Grepiotis, Jude Kelley, Avery Musick, Parker Pierson, Tabor Miller, Tanner Robbins

Class of 2021 Prospects: Braeden Haynes, Dalton McGowan, Conor Cummins, Drake Tabor, Franklin Rogers, Peyton Engel, Darren Bredeson, Tyson Giles

Youth Future Stars: Will Peltz, Layten Crawford, Landon Brabazon, AJ DuBois, Trey Stephens

The 2018 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour continues with camps in Dallas, TX (April 29), New Jersey (April 29), Los Angeles, CA (May 6) and concludes with the big finale in Las Vegas on May 12-13, 2018. To more information and to register for future camps, visit ChrisSailerKicking.com

Then get ready for the summer of 2018….


The 2017 Chris Sailer Award Top 3 Finalists!

Here are your 3 finalists for The 2017 Chris Sailer Award in alphabetical order…

Jonah Lipel (2018, CA)









*13-13 FG’s (Long 43) 41-44 Extra Points (3 blocked)


Ryan Fitzgerald (2019, GA)









*18-25 FG’s (Long 60, 52) 49-49 Extra Points


Fernando Ramirez (2018, GA)









*15-16 FG’s (Long 44) 52-52 Extra Points

CONGRATULATIONS to these three fine young men! They deserve it. More details to follow.

All information must be sent to Chris@ChrisSailerKicking.com by 10 pm pst on Friday, December 23rd.

The winner will be selected by the Awards Committee and presented with the trophy on Friday, January 12th at 7:00 pm at the JW Marriott Resort & Spa in Las Vegas, NV.


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

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.


Vegas 30 Photo Edit Contest… FREE VEGAS

You’ve been asking for it, now you’ve got it.  The contest for FREE admission to Vegas 30 (May 13-14, 2017) is on.  Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, etc. is full of Kicker/Punter photo edits these days.  Seems like every athlete has a friend that can provide outstanding edits.  So I challenge you to come up with the best edit possible.  If you do, free Vegas 30 is yours.  Here are the rules…

1.) The edit must include the Chris Sailer Kicking Logo.  Be creative, but make sure the logo is a focus.
2.) The edit should focus on your kicking & punting ability.
3.) The edit should be a still photo, not a video of any sort.
4.) You may use filters in your edit.
5.) You may use logos in your edit.
6.) You can submit as many different edits as you please.
7.) You must post your edit via social media and tag Chris Sailer Kicking.
8.) You must email (Chris@ChrisSailerKicking.com) or text 818-209-8921 your edit to Chris Sailer by March 15th at midnight.
9.) The winner will be announced on March 16th. Free Vegas = The cost to participate (room and board not included)

Be creative.  Stand out.  Have fun.  Looking forward to seeing the end results.

Here is last years winner (Chris Wood).  Can you do better?


Chris Sailer Kicking – 2016 Preseason All-Americans

Chris Sailer Kicking – 2016 Preseason All-Americans

Preseason High School All-Americans
1st Team Kicker – Brandon Ruiz (2017, AZ)
2nd Team Kicker – Joseph Bulovas (2017, LA)
3rd Team Kicker – Lucas Havrisik (2017, CA)
4th Team Kicker – Christopher Dunn (2018, NC)

1st Team Punter – Tucker Day (2017, TN)
2nd Team Punter – Ryan Rehkow (2017, WA)
3rd Team Punter – Tommy Martin (2017, VA)
4th Team Punter – Adam Stack (2017, HI)

Preseason College All-Americans
1st Team Kicker – Aidan Schneider (Oregon)
2nd Team Kicker – Andrew Gantz (Cincinnati)
3rd Team Kicker – Jonathan Barnes (Louisiana Tech)
4th Team Kicker – Greg Huegel (Clemson)

1st Team Punter – J.K. Scott (Alabama)
2nd Team Punter – Michael Carrizosa (San Jose State)
3rd Team Punter – Hayden Hunt (Colorado State)
4th Team Punter – Logan Cooke (Mississippi State)

2016 Pre-Season High School All-Americans2016 Pre-Season College All-Americans