2015 Chris Sailer Kicking College Camps

2015 Chris Sailer Kicking – College Camps

Chris Sailer Kicking 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 site. Here is the list, so far, as more will be added once the dates are finalized…

•    Alabama, June 6
•    Texas A&M, June 8
•    U.S.C. (Southern Cal), June 12
•    Oregon, June 13
•    Kansas, June 14 *
•    UCLA, June 18
•    LSU, July 19

These camps are a great opportunity to get top notch instruction, visit the school, meet it’s coaches and basically have an audition for the team.

*Sailer will not be at this camp. Chris Sailer Kicking will have senior staff members, Joe Houston & Obi Egekeze, present and running the camp.

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Questions Regarding the College Camps

As you know, hopefully, Chris Rubio and I have posted the schedule of college camps we will be running this summer. Trust me when I tell you, we could have run another 50 of them for the coaches that asked us, but we simply don’t have time. You see, we will personally be at each one of these camps. We will not send someone in our place. We will be at each and every one, plus our camps and the FBU Camps.

Here are the top five questions regarding the college camps….

  1. How do you get invited?  You don’t. They are open to all 9th graders – juniors. Some schools might be a tad different so check on their respective site. Younger Kicker/Punters should focus on the regional Chris Sailer Kicking one day camps and FBU camps run by Chris Sailer Kicking.
  2. How do I sign up for the camp(s)?  You go to their football site and register. You can also call the football office.
  3. At what age do you recommend my son goes to a college camp?  The time to shine will be in between his junior and senior summer (unless you are a freak, in a good way, and then I would highly recommend dominating between sophomore and junior year). However, I personally recommend going as early as possible to cut the jitters. It can be very stressful kicking/punting in front of a high profile coach and you want to get the feeling out of the way early, when they most likely won’t be paying attention to you.
  4. Will the camp(s) be run like your personal camps?  Not really. I am hired to run their camp so I am on their schedule. But we will organize these camps as best as possible, very similar to what you see at Chris Sailer Kicking camps.  Note:  If you are at a college camp that I am not running, godspeed.
  5. Will you be ranking from the college camps?  No. Per NCAA rules, I am not allowed to rank and/or evaluate from the college camps. You could be absolutely phenomenal and I would not be able to rank you or invite to the “TOP 12” and “EVENT ELITE” Camp. If you are at a college camp and someone does invite you to their “invite only” camp, they are breaking a very big rule.
  6. Read two recent blogs that I wrote about college camps that you will find very beneficial.  1. Information on College Camps: CLICK HERE 2. What to do before, after and during a college camp: CLICK HERE

If you any other questions, please feel free to email me Chris@ChrisSailerKicking.com or Text me at 818-209-8921.

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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!