Chris Sailer Kicking “TOP 12″ P Corbin Daly Commits to Texas!

Longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student and “TOP 12″ Member Punter Corbin Daly has committed to Texas.  He chose Texas over many other schools. The big and strong Daly will be a huge added value to the Longhorns.

Daly is a big time talent.  He has attended multiple Chris Sailer Kicking camps and has impressed since day 1.

 

 

Some of those highlights include:

  • Member of the “TOP 12”
  • NC Nike Fall Camp Champion
  • NC Nike Fall Camp Punt Champion
  • 2013 Vegas Event Punt Finalist

Overall, he is one of the very best prospects in the nation without a doubt.  I expect him to have a huge college career.  Well deserved!

 

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“TOP 12” – THE Only Exposure List for Specialists!

Chris Sailer Kicking selects 12 Kicker/Punter Specialists every January at the Annual National Kicking Event in Las Vegas. This is the most important exposure list in the country for specialists.

How much do college coaches trust Chris Sailer’s Evaluations?

History: 

Blair Walsh (Georgia, All-Pro Minnesota Vikings), Kai Forbath (UCLA, Lou Groza Award

Winner, Washington Redskins), Bryan Anger (CAL, 3rd Round Draft Pick Jacksonville Jaguars)…just to name a few

Bryan Anger

Bryan Anger

Present: 8 Kicker / Punters Nationwide in the Class of 2014 have committed on full scholarships as of June 13th.

7 of those come for the prestigious “TOP 12”

GARY WUNDERLICH

GARY WUNDERLICH

Gary Wunderlich – Virginia

Corbin Daly – Texas

Mike Knoll – Boston College

Freeman Jones – North Carolina

JK Scott – Alabama

Aaron Medley – Tennessee

Logan Cooke – Mississippi State

Who will be next? 

Mick Ellis? Rafael Gaglianone? Cameron Gamble? Hayden Lakacz Matt Stewart?

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Hayden Lakacz

That is a great question.  We do not know the answer yet.  But we do know there is a GREAT chance it will be one of the above, a member of the “TOP 12”!

Stay Tuned!

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College Camps, How to Act?

 

If you are attending a college camp this summer, here are a few tips to help you maximize the experience and get noticed for the right reasons.

  • Always go in with a positive outlook. Positive attitudes will not just help you mentally, it can help a coach evaluate you as someone he would like on his team.

 

  • Get rid of distractions. Camp is important and it deserves your full attention. Focus on the task at hand and not on your smart phone. This means paying attention even when you are not the focus…because you just might be! Always act as if your coach is standing behind you.
  • Remain calm and stay confident. Coaches watch for how you react to negativity. This includes missing kicks. Keep your head up and maintain a “get ‘em next time” attitude.
  • Maintain your respect and listen to suggestions. “Yes sir coach, let me try that” is a simple way you can show respect for the coaches position AND for what he is saying. Coaches don’t expect you to be as good today as you are going to be tomorrow. Let them know you are willing and eager to improve.
  • Always compete at your best. Most coaches are more competitive than their players. They will respect a player who is always giving their best.

Remember, you are not in your hometown anymore. Players at college camps will have skills that can surprise you. You are literally “Kicking it up a notch”. Chris Sailer Kicking wishes you success!

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A Quality Highlight Tape Can Make a Difference…

A quality highlight video showing your kicking/punting skills can be invaluable in the college recruiting process. A video that is professionally filmed and edited will go a long way to show coaches that you are serious about your kicking career.

At Chris Sailer Kicking, we are now pleased to offer highlight tapes of Kickers/Punters who attend our camps. Our experience has taught us what coaches are looking for in a highlight tape, and we provide the angles and results that they wish to see.

When your tape is produced you own it and you are welcome to do with it as you please. We of course suggest you email it to coaches, add it to your Chris Sailer Kicking Player Ranking Profile and your NCSA Player Profile. With YouTube the second largest search engine in the world, you should upload it there as well, making sure you use some appropriate keywords.

You have invested time, hard work, and money into moving forward with your kicking career. Take the next step and get a quality highlight video made. You can learn more about the videos available at Chris Sailer Kicking Camps by visiting our website.

 

-CSK

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11th Annual National Kicking Spring Event – Champions & Competition Winners

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
Field Goal – Alex Spence (2014 SC)
Punt – Adrian LaMothe (2013 Mexico)
*Alex & Adrian will receive FREE Chris Sailer Kicking Camps for 1 Full Year!
Saturday Competition Champions
Field Goal Last Man Standing Champions
Group 1 (Class of 2016 & 2015) – Andrew Galitz (2015 TX),
Coleman Olivas (2015 CA) & Jack O’Brien (2015 CA)
Group 3 (Class of 2014) – John Divic (2014 IL)
Group 4 (Class of 2014 & 2013/JC/TR) – Diego Gonzalez (TR Mexico)
Punt Champion (Punters Only)
Consistency – Adrian LaMothe (2013 Mexico)
Last Man Standing – Manuel Meza (JC CA)
Head to Head – Dylan Seibert (TR OK)
FINALS ROUND Field Goal Results
Place Name Score
1 Alex Spence (2014 SC) 14
2 Jonathan Tatum (2014 LA) 13
T3 Donnie Mann (TR MN) 11
T3 Erik Pederson (2014 WA) 11
T5 James Sherman (2014 AL) 10
T5 Blanton Creque (2015 KY) 10
T5 Calvin Goodman (2015 CA) 10
T5 Carter Tani (2014 AZ) 10
T5 Jordan Dascalo (2013 CA) 10
T10 Kenny Smart (2014 CA) 9
T10 Kyle Pfau (2014 TX) 9
T10 John Duvic (2014 IL) 9
T13 Rafael Gaglianone (2014 TN) 8
T13 Kris Gudmundsson (JC CA) 8
15 Dallas Kepler (2014 GA) 7
T16 Austin Roan (2014 TX) 6
T16 Zach Standish (2014 OR) 6
T18 Palmer Ward (2014 KY) 5
T18 Cody Mills (2014 MS) 5
T18 Parker Flynn (TR AZ) 5
T18 Jameson Vest (2015 GA) 5
22 Ty Wilson (2014 TX) 4
FINALS ROUND Punting Results
Qualifiers (selected by CSK Staff based on the results of the entire weekend)
Derek Arnson, Jackson Koonce, Tyler Newsome, Christopher Birozes,
Tristan Vizcaino, Aidan Dailey, Michael Farkas, Bailey Landwehr,
Hector Dominguez, Manuel Meza, Alex Spence, Henry Woodrow, Ian Boozer,
Alex Boy, Kane Cooper, Nathan Criswell, Donny Hageman, Luke Kenney,
Mike Knoll, Marc Nolan, Adrian Lamothe, Clark Livingston, Blake Johnson,
Jordan Dascalo, Luke Nelson, Brett Beighton, Dylan Seibert, Parker Flynn,
Jake Ambrose, Diego Gonzales, Kris Gudmundsson, Simon Laryea
Austin McGehee, Matt Stewart, Eddie Garcia.
Head to Head competition narrowed the field down to 20.
Here are the results:
Round of 20:
Black Johson def. Manuel Meza
Jordan Dascalo def. Clark Livingston,
Diego Gonzalez def. Austin McGehee
Christoper Birozes def. Matt Stewart
Adrian LaMothe def. Donny Hageman
Mike Knoll def. Hector Dominguez
Brett Beighton def. Kris Gudmundsson
Marc Nolan def. Luke Nelson
Dylan Seibert def. Jake Ambrose
Parker Flynn def. Luke Kenney
Round of 10:
Dylan Seibert def. Blake Johnson
Christopher Birozes def. Jordan Dascalo
Mike Knoll def. Diego Gonzalez
Adrian LaMothe def. Marc Nolan
Brett Beighton def. Parker Flynn
Round of 5 (2 to advance):
Dylan Seibert & Adrian LaMothe Advance.
Mike Knoll, Christopher Birozes & Brett Beighton Eliminated.
Finals:
Adrian LaMothe def. Dylan Seibert.

Sailer : Rubio

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11th Annual National Kicking Spring Event – Initial Round Punt Results

Class of 2017 / 2016
Place Name Dist HT Best 1 Ball
1 Kanthack, Tristan 29.5 3.63 31 / 4.03
T2 Blair, Matt 27.1 3.71 41 / 4.27
T2 Selsor, Mikey 29.4 3.4 30 / 3.7
4 Johnson, Chandler 27.9 3.56 38 / 3.89
T5 Ball, Noah 28.6 3.16 34 / 3.41
T5 Loy, Sam 28.9 3.05 30 / 3.37
7 Rattigan, Aidan 19.1 3.47 25 / 3.53
8 Whitney, Mark 24.1 2.99 23 / 3.62
9 Tine, Vincent 21 2.4 29 / 3.25
Class of 2015
Place Name Dist HT Best 1 Ball
T1 Ramey, Cole 37 4.04 49 / 4.53
T1 Kreitenberg, Ben 37.4 3.84 43 / 4.42
3 Hong, Brandon 37 3.77 46 / 4.32
4 Johnson, Blake 37.8 3.71 46 / 4.16
5 Wilson, Gage 35.6 3.66 41 / 4.37
6 Viles, Brady 33.1 3.77 46 / 3.9
7 Gebbing, Alex 32.9 3.77 33 / 3.81
T8 Beasley, Luke 30.9 3.82 37 / 4.35
T8 VanSickle, Jackson 33.9 3.57 41 / 4.16
T8 Ruiz, Blake 34.5 3.56 40 / 4.12
T11 Young, Jacob 28.6 4.2 40 / 4.47
T11 Coffey, Nathan 33 3.66 44 / 4
13 Charme, Zach 35.3 3.46 39 / 3.65
T14 Conaway, Quinton 26.9 4.19 29 / 4.4
T14 Abramo, Matt 29.8 3.78 30 / 4.51
T16 Vest, Jameson 28 3.83 37 / 4.13
T16 Galitz, Andrew 34 3.44 43 / 3.94
18 Coppens, Jon 31.1 3.57 44 / 4.12
19 Chisick, Alex 31 3.55 33 / 3.81
20 Creque, Blanton 33.4 3.07 40 / 3.31
21 LaManque, Adam 22 3.73 28 / 4.12
T22 O’Brien, Jack 31.3 3.26 35 / 3.44
T22 Valerio, Sebastian 32.1 3.08 36 / 3.44
24 Rodriguez, Ryan 29.3 3.53 39 / 3.81
25 Nottingham, Bailey 30 3.38 32 / 3.7
T26 Anderson, Troy 25 3.46 33 / 3.5
T26 Soto, Mark 29.4 3.28 40 / 3.65
28 Bianchi, Cristian 30.4 3.04 30 / 3.81
29 Coe, Cameron 24.3 3.41 30 / 3.53
Class of 2014
Place Name Dist HT Best
1 Knoll, Mike 43.5 4.17 52 / 4.5
2 Stewart, Matt 45.8 3.9 48 / 4.83
T3 Nolan, Marc 39 4.3 42 / 4.87
T3 Koonce, Jackson 46 3.85 50 / 4
T5 Newsome, Tyler 39.8 4.03 45 / 4.68
T5 McGehee, Austin 40.4 3.93 42 / 4.54
7 Ward, Palmer 39.3 3.97 55 / 4.32
8 Farkas, Michael 41 3.78 45 / 4.28
9 Duvic, John 39.8 3.82 48 / 4.56
10 Smart, Kenny 43.6 3.71 52 / 4.21
11 Birozes, Christopher 37.1 3.88 43 / 4.62
12 Spence, Alex 38 3.78 49 / 4.3
13 Kelly, Jesse 38.6 3.74 52 / 4.41
14 Woodrow, Henry 34.5 4.08 38 / 4.56
T15 Vizcaino, Tristan 33.7 4.17 38 / 4.51
T15 Daily, Aidan 40.4 3.64 50 / 4.07
T17 Sublette, Casey 33 4.04 37 / 4.24
T17 Ferrer, Paolo 36.8 3.75 43 / 4.24
19 Routsas, Yanni 38.3 3.66 49 / 4.09
20 Alfonso, Lucas 35.4 3.77 41 / 4.25
21 Kepler, Dallas 31 4.1 34 / 4.41
T22 Landwehr, Bailey 34.8 3.76 39 / 4.17
T22 Gaglianone, Rafael 35.1 3.74 42 / 4.49
T22 McAndrews, Marc 39.3 3.52 45 / 4.09
T22 Mills, Cody 40.6 3.48 51 / 3.84
26 Laryea, Simon 37.3 3.63 49 / 4.18
27 Barrow, Landon 31.9 3.89 40 / 4.5
T28 Piccione, Eric 32 3.84 39 / 4.47
T28 Pfau, Kyle 36.9 3.59 41 / 4.04
30 Royster, Pierce 38.4 3.51 53 / 3.82
31 Ellis, Mick 30.8 3.89 40 / 4.43
32 Roan, Austin 35.9 3.62 37 / 4.3
33 Graf, Ryan 31.8 3.81 32 / 4.25
T34 Strader, Tim 35.3 3.59 40 / 4.31
T34 Waites, Troy 36.8 3.53 42 / 4.35
T34 Long, Trenton 39.3 3.2 49 / 3.75
T37 Tatum, Jonathan 35.1 3.59 45 / 4.12
T37 Tracy, Cole 36.6 3.55 40 / 4.37
T39 Chapman, Logan 30.4 3.79 38 / 4.21
T39 Standish, Zach 32.4 3.72 40 / 4.26
T39 Raborn, Gunnar 37.5 3.44 38 / 4.25
T39 Nickles, Gregory 37.9 3.4 50 / 3.88
43 Vega, Alex 34.4 3.59 48 / 3.77
T44 Arnson, Derek 34.3 3.59 41 / 3.67
T44 Christenson, Danny 36.4 3.49 39 / 3.97
T46 Bonilla, Tymony 26.1 3.74 40 / 4.38
T46 Sherman, James 30.1 3.68 36 / 3.65
48 Duncan, Tyler 29 3.71 38 / 4.03
T49 Adams, Tyler 29.6 3.66 30 / 3.97
T49 Morrow, Hunter 32.8 3.51 32 / 4.31
51 Hoffman, Dallas 34.8 3.2 41 / 3.51
52 Boyd, Zachary 25.8 3.7 30 / 4.06
53 Murray, Patrick 33.4 3.39 43 / 3.77
54 Lekacz, Hayden 34.4 2.87 35 / 3.19
55 Irwin, Corey 32.1 3.34 42 / 3.79
56 Nakata, Austin 29.4 3.5 36 / 3.63
T57 Widmark, Bryce 30.1 3.3 35 / 4.07
T57 Wilson, Ty 31.9 2.81 31 / 3.50
59 Pedersen, Erik 28.8 3.2 36 / 3.52
60 Covey, Nick 14.8 3.25 23 / 3.69
61 Franzen, Tyler 31 3.16 40 / 3.59
62 McDonald, Charles 26.3 2.7 37 / 2.97
Class of 2013 / JC / TR
Place Name Dist HT Best 1 Ball
1 Flynn, Parker 48.9 4.3 53 / 4.87
2 Dominguez, Hector 46.9 4.21 53 / 4.56
3 Nelson, Luke 46.1 4.29 60 / 4.35
4 Ambrose, Jake 43.9 4.21 55 / 4.59
5 Seibert, Dylan 46.4 4.06 60 / 4.53
T6 Gudmundsson, Kris 41.6 4.2 51 / 4.63
T6 Boy, Alex 48.9 3.81 58 / 4.43
8 LaMothe, Adrian 41.1 4.09 50 / 4.5
9 Criswell, Nathan 43.1 3.87 48 / 4.53
10 Dascalo, Jordan 34.6 4.4 49 / 4.97
T11 Meza, Manuel 40.8 3.91 50 / 4.35
T11 Gonzalez, Diego 47.4 3.63 56 / 4.2
T13 Kenney, Luke 35.9 4.15 40 / 4.65
T13 Garcia, Eddie 39.5 4 43 / 4.47
15 King, Josh 43 3.75 59 / 4.22
T16 Beighton, Brett 39.9 3.84 57 / 4.6
T16 Boozer, Ian 40.5 3.8 56 / 4.5
T16 Hageman, Donny 42 3.65 48 / 4.59
19 Camargo, Chavo 34.9 3.92 44 / 4.03
20 Hoerberg, Marcus 40.3 3.7 52 / 4.52
21 Flynn, Reese 31.1 3.87 38 / 4.31
T22 Livingston, Clark 38.8 3.76 43 / 4.42
T22 Lanski, Jake 41 3.46 56 / 3.81
T24 Marquez, Diego 17.1 3.8 25 / 4.51
T24 Cooper, Kane 39.3 3.54 42 / 4.06
26 Mann, Donnie 34 3.48 35 / 4.03
Each Punter punted 8 ball from a live snap. 
All punts were charted for distance and hang time. 
No punts were dropped. 
All Punters punted in the same direction with
the same CSK Nike Balls.
Place = Place of finish in your class with distance and
hang time given equal value.
Dist = Distance average rounded to the tenth.
HT = Hang Time Average rounded to the hundredth.
Best 1 Ball = The Best overall
ONE ball hits of the 8 punts taken. 

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11th Annual National Kicking Spring Event – Initial Round FG Results

Class of 2017 / 2016
Place Name Score
1 Loy, Sam 8
2 Rattigan, Aidan 6
T3 Blair, Matt 5
T3 Kanthack, Tristan 5
T3 Selsor, Mikey 5
6 Ball, Noah 4
7 Whitney, Mark 3
8 Johnson, Chandler 2
T9 Dorn, Jimmy 0
T9 Tine, Vincent 0
Class of 2015
Place Name Score
1 Vest, Jameson 11
T2 Creque, Blanton 10
T2 Goodman, Calvin 10
T4 Abramo, Matt 9
T4 Ramey, Cole 9
T6 Bianchi, Cristian 8
T6 Coffey, Nathan 8
T6 LaManque, Adam 8
T6 Nottingham, Bailey 8
T6 Olivas, Coleman 8
T6 Rodriguez, Ryan 8
T6 Walter, Adam 8
T13 Conaway, Quinton 7
T13 Galitz, Andrew 7
T13 Valerio, Sebastian 7
T16 Charme, Zach 6
T16 Coe, Cameron 6
T16 Coppens, Jon 6
T16 Gebbing, Alex 6
T16 Kreitenberg, Ben 6
T16 O’Brien, Jack 6
T16 VanSickle, Jackson 6
T23 Hong, Brandon 5
T23 Ruiz, Blake 5
T25 Soto, Mark 4
T25 Viles, Brady 4
T25 Wilson, Gage 4
T25 Young, Jacob 4
29 Beasley, Luke 2
30 Anderson, Troy 0
Class of 2014
Place Name Score
T1 Pfau, Kyle 13
T1 Roan, Austin 13
T3 Kepler, Dallas 12
T3 Smart, Kenny 12
T3 Spence, Alex 12
T6 Duvic, John 11
T6 Gaglianone, Rafael 11
T6 Mills, Cody 11
T6 Sherman, James 11
T6 Tatum, Jonathan 11
T6 Ward, Palmer 11
T6 Wilson, Ty 11
T13 Pedersen, Erik 10
T13 Standish, Zach 10
T13 Tani, Carter 10
T16 Alfonso, Lucas 9
T16 Irwin, Corey 9
T16 Knoll, Mike 9
T16 Lamb, Ryan 9
T16 Murphy, Cole 9
T16 Tracy, Cole 9
T16 Ellis, Mick 9
T23 Barrow, Landon 8
T23 Hoffman, Dallas 8
T23 Murray, Patrick 8
T23 Nickles, Gregory 8
T23 Smith, David 8
T23 Vega, Alex 8
T23 Widmark, Bryce 8
T30 Christenson, Danny 7
T30 Farkas, Michael 7
T30 Franzen, Tyler 7
T30 Kelly, Jesse 7
T30 Lekacz, Hayden 7
T30 Santamaria, Michael 7
T30 Strader, Tim 7
T30 Sublette, Casey 7
T38 Adams, Tyler 6
T38 Covey, Nick 6
T38 Koonce, Jackson 6
T38 Stafford, Chandler 6
T42 Chapman, Logan 5
T42 Landwehr, Bailey 5
T42 McDonald, Charles 5
T42 Morrow, Hunter 5
T42 Newsome, Tyler 5
T42 Raborn, Gunnar 5
T42 Vizcaino, Tristan 5
T42 Waites, Troy 5
T50 Boyd, Zachary 4
T50 Duncan, Tyler 4
T50 Graf, Ryan 4
T50 Long, Trenton 4
T50 McGehee, Austin 4
T50 Piccione, Eric 4
T50 Routsas, Yanni 4
57 Royster, Pierce 3
T58 Bonilla, Tymony 2
T58 Gillin, Graeham 2
60 Nakata, Austin 1
Class of 2013 / JC / TR
Place Name Score
1 Gudmundsson, Kris 11
T2 Flynn, Parker 10
T2 Mann, Donnie 10
T4 Dascalo, Jordan 9
T4 Ostrander, Jacob 9
T4 Hageman, Donny 9
T7 Flynn, Reese 8
T7 Marquez, Diego 8
T7 Gonzales, Diego 8
T10 Criswell, Nathan 7
T10 Garcia, Eddie 7
T10 King, Josh 7
13 Lanski, Jake 6
14 Camargo, Chavo 5
T15 Weiss, Levi 4
T15 Hoerberg, Marcus 4
17 Boozer, Ian 2
Each Kicker was give 8 kicks (2 each from 35, 40, 45, & 45) 
2 Points Awarded for dead center. 1 Point Awarded for other 
made kicks. 1 Bonus Point Awarded for going 8-8.Total
Possible Score of 17.
Top 20 Overall Scores advanced to the FINALS ROUND.

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Dustin Hopkins Selected 177th Overall by Buffalo Bills…

Chris Sailer Kicking and Florida State alum Dustin Hopkins has been selected today by the Buffalo Bills  in the 6th round of  the 2013 NFL Draft. The 6’2″ Hopkins was considered the top rated Kicker in the Draft and will be a stable and reliable addition to the Buffalo Bills.

 

Congratulations Dustin from your CSK Family we wish you a long and successful career in the NFL!

 

Dustin Hopkins

Dustin Hopkins in action at FSU

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Chris Sailer Kicking Keeping a Close Eye on Potential Draft Picks this Weekend…

Here at Chris Sailer Kicking we’ll be watching the NFL draft with great interest this weekend. We have some terrific alumni available for the draft. Here are some names of potential picks to keep an eye on:

 

 

Dustin Hopkins – Florida State, Kicker – Dustin hit on an FSU record 145 straight PATs putting him 6th on the all-time NCAA PAT streak list. He enters the draft as the number one kicking prospect in the country with BleacherReport.com predicting he could be a ten year kicker in the league. Good luck Dustin, we’ll be watching.

Jeff Locke – UCLA, Punter – This left-footer has a booming left and has been ranked in the top 100 players in this draft by several sources including NFL.com. Locke’s 44.58 yard career punting average for the Bruins ranks him second all-time at the school. We have high hopes for Jeff, and look forward to seeing him play on Sundays.

Quinn Sharp – Oklahoma State, Kicker – Quinn is OSU’s first three-time All-American. He has exceptional skills as a punter and kicker, averaging over 46 yards per punt last year and hitting on 85% of his field goals. BleacherReport.com compares him to the Viking’s Chris Kluwe. It’s been a lifelong goal of Quinn to play in the NFL. We’re rooting for you Quinn!

Ryan Allen – Louisiana Tech, Kicker – Ryan is the only kicker ever to win the Ray Guy Award in two consecutive years, 2011 and 2012. He averaged 48 yards on 45 kicks last year, and has an 85 yarder as his personal best. NFL.com’s Gil Brandt says it all with his comment “Allen has a very, VERY strong leg.” That he does. Best wishes this weekend Ryan!

Scott Kovanda – Ball State, Kicker – Scott was a finalist for this year’s Ray Guy Award. In 2012 only six of his punts were even returned, averaging over 40 yards per kick. Scott referred to his NFL combine visit as a job interview and compared the experience to speed dating. Go get ‘em Scott.

Zach Brown – Portland State, Kicker – NFL.com’s Senior Analyst Gil Brandt comments that “The ball just seems to jump off of his leg”. Zach’s real last name is Ramirez, but he used Brown at Portland State, where he hit on 17 of 18 FGs in 2012. At the school’s Pro Day he hit 6 out of 6 on his FG attempts hitting on 2 from 55 yards. Best of luck Zach, we look forward to seeing your winning smile in the NFL!

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Dustin Hopkins, K

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Jeff Locke, P

Quinn Sharp, K

Quinn Sharp, K

Ryan Allen, K

Ryan Allen, K

Scott Kovanda, K

Scott Kovanda, K

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Zach Brown, K

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are pleased to be associated with such an accomplished group, and will enjoy seeing what’s ahead for these fine young men. Congrats to them all!

-CSK

 

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Quinn Sharp – Player Profile – Upcoming Draft Status

With the impending NFL draft, we would like to recognize another Chris Sailer Kicking alum, Quinn Sharp.

The versatile player has both skills as a Kicker and as a Punter. Quinn has had quite the college career at Oklahoma State University. He is the program’s first ever 3-time All-American. In 2010 he won the award as a Punter, and in 2011 and 2012 he was recognized as an All-American Kicker. He had a career punting average of almost 46 yards (45.9) which led active NCAA punters, and set a new OSU record. He had a career field goal accuracy of 84.7%, placing him second in the nation among active Kickers in the NCAA.

NFL.com notes his leg strength, particularly on kickoffs, and his 5-second plus hang times when punting inside the twenty. BleacherReport.com says he has a “NFL leg” and compares him to the Minnesota Vikings’ Chris Kluwe (another  CSK alum).

Quinn has always dreamed of being an NFL player, but Kickers are rarely drafted. In spite of that, there are those that expect him to go in the 6th or 7th round. Some analysts say his versatility could have him going as high as the 4th round.

Even if he goes to an NFL camp undrafted, he will certainly make his dream of playing pro ball come true. Chris Sailer Kicking is excited to watch the draft this week, and look forward to seeing our friend Quinn Sharp playing this fall on Sundays.

CSK

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