STATS…. Chris Sailer Kicking – 2016 NFL, College, TOP 12, Event Elite, High School, Sailer Award Leaderboard

Chris Sailer Kicking – 2016 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: 10/26/16

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 2015

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) 18-18 FG’s (Long 53) 9-9 Extra Points
Dustin Hopkins (Redskins) 16-18 FG’s (Long 50) 15-15 Extra Points
Nick Folk (Jets) 12-14 FG’s (Long 48) 11-12 Extra Points
Dan Bailey (Cowboys) 11-13 FG’s (Long 56) 18-18 Extra Points
Blair Walsh (Vikings) 10-13 FG’s (Long 50) 11-13 Extra Points
Andrew Franks (Dolphins) 9-12 FG’s (Long 41) 15-15 Extra Points
Ryan Succop (Titans) 8-10 FG’s (Long 48) 14-15 Extra Points
Chandler Catanzaro (Cardinals) 8-11 FG’s (Long 60) 17-18 Extra Points
Cody Parkey (Browns) 8-11 FG’s (Long 51) 8-8 Extra Points
Randy Bullock (Giants) 0-0 FG’s (NA) 2-3 Extra Points

NFL Punting:
Brad Nortman (Jaguars) 49.5
Matt Darr (Dolphins) 46.3
Bryan Anger (Buccaneers) 46.3
Bradley Pinion (49ers) 45.7
Tress Way (Redskins) 44.5
Ryan Allen (Patriots) 43.9
Jeff Locke (Vikings) 43.8
Colton Schmidt (Bills) 43.3
Drew Kaser (Chargers) 41.3

College Kicking (Top 10):
Jonathan Barnes (Louisiana Tech) 13-15 FG’s (Long 54) 42-42 Extra Points
Matt Anderson (CAL) 13-15 FG’s (Long 47) 35-35 Extra Points
Cannon Rooker (Middle Tennessee) 13-16 FG’s (Long 46) 33-35 Extra Points
Redford Jones (Tulsa) 13-17 FG’s (Long 43) 33-33 Extra Points
Bobby Puyol (Connecticut) 12-14 (Long 43) 18-18 Extra Points
Josh Williams (SMU) 12-15 (Long 44) 18-18 Extra Points
Daniel LaCamera (Texas A&M) 12-16 FG’s (Long 48) 31-31 Extra Points
Tyler Davis (Penn State) 11-12 FG’s (Long 40) 22-22 Extra Points
Davis Plowman (East Carolina) 11-16 (Long 49) 12-13 Extra Points
Gary Wunderlich (Mississippi) 10-11 (Long 46) 29-30 Extra Points

College Punting (Top 10):
JK Scott (Alabama) 47.5
Joseph Davidson (Bowling Green) 47.3
Brandon McKee (Southern Alabama) 46.6
Jake Bailey (Stanford) 45.4
Alex Boy (Nevada) 45.4
Michael Carrizosa (San Jose State) 45.3
Erik Harris (Navy) 45.1
Tyler Sarrazin (Southern Mississippi) 45.0
Sean Wale (Boise State) 45.0
Lumi Kaba (Texas State) 44.4

TOP 12 & EVENT ELITE (High School/JC)

Field Goals:
15-18 Jake Lane (2017, AL)
10-11 Brandon Ruiz (2017, AZ)
10-14 Justin Davidovicz (2017, NJ)
9-11 Tucker Day (2017, TN)
9-13 Lucas Havrisik (2017, CA)
8-11 Charles Campbell (2018, TN)
8-11 Jake Roark (2017, MO)
8-14 Brandon Gracia (JC, CA)
6-10 Brooks Buce (2017, GA)
5-7 Hayden Moehring (2017, AR)
5-7 Peyton Henry (2017, CA)
5-9 Alex Usry (2017, GA)
4-4 Cooper Graham (2017, FL)
4-4 Cole Smith (2017, OH)
4-5 Zach Elder (2017, TX)
4-5 Cole Talley (2018, TX)
4-5 Jackson Hubbard (2017, TX)
4-6 Liam Bunnell (2017, TX)
4-7 Ryan Rehkow (2017, WA)
3-4 Johan Zetterberg (2017, CA)
3-5 Grant Ryerse (2017, MN)
3-5 Ethan Torres (2017, VA)
2-3 Briggs Bourgeois (2017, LA)
1-1 Tommy Martin (2017, VA)
1-3 Chris Landgrebe (2017, OH)

Longest Field Goals:
54 – Brooks Buce (2017, GA)
52 – Grant Ryerse (2017, MN)
52 – Chris Landgrebe (2017, OH)
51 – Brandon Gracia (JC, CA)
51 – Lucas Havrisik (2017, CA)
50 – Tucker Day (2017, TN)
50 – Jake Lane (2017, AL)
50 – Cole Talley (2018, TX)
49 – Ryan Rehkow (2017, WA)
48 – Charles Campbell (2018, TN)
47 – Peyton Henry (2017, CA)
47 – Hayden Moehring (2017, AR)
45 – Brandon Ruiz (2017, AZ)
45 – Jake Roark (2017, MO)
44 – Justin Davidovicz (2017, NJ)
44 – Jack Geiger (2017, CA)
43 – Briggs Bourgeois (2017, LA)
42 – Cole Smith (2017, OH)
41 – Zach Elder (2017, TX)
41 – Alex Usry (2017, GA)
41 – Liam Bunnell (2017, TX)
40 – Johan Zetterberg (2017, CA)
39 – Jackson Hubbard (2017, TX)
37 – Cooper Graham (2017, FL)
35 – Ethan Torres (2017, VA)
33 – Tommy Martin (2017, VA)

Extra Points:
50-50 Brandon Ruiz (2017, AZ)
46-46 Alex Usry (2017, GA)
44-46 Jake Lane (2017, AL)
43-43 Peyton Henry (2017, CA)
41-41 Liam Bunnell (2017, TX)
37-38 Johan Zetterberg (2017, CA)
32-32 Charles Campbell (2018, TN)
31-31 Brandon Gracia (JC, CA)
31-33 Tucker Day (2017, TN)
30-31 Cooper Graham (2017, FL)
28-29 Hayden Moehring (2017, AR)
26-26 Jackson Hubbard (2017, TX)
25-25 Lucas Havrisik (2017, CA)
24-26 Justin Davidovicz (2017, NJ)
16-18 Cole Talley (2018, TX)
14-17 Briggs Bourgeois (2017, LA)
11-11 Ryan Rehkow (2017, WA)
9-9 Zach Elder (2017, TX)
9-9 Grant Ryerse (2017, MN)
8-8 Chris Landgrebe (2017, OH)
5-5 Tommy Martin (2017, VA)
5-5 Cole Smith (2017, OH)

Kickoff Distance Average:
71.8 – Brandon Ruiz (2017, AZ)
71.0 – Tucker Day (2017, TN)
69.5 – Briggs Bourgeois (2017, LA)
69.4 – Lucas Havrisik (2017, CA)
69.0 – Cooper Graham (2017, FL)
68.8 – Johan Zetterberg (2017, CA)
68.7 – Brandon Gracia (JC, CA)
68.4 – Brooks Buce (2017, GA)
68.0 – Grant Ryerse (2017, MN)
68.0 – Justin Davidovicz (2017, NJ)
66.0 – Peyton Henry (2017, CA)
65.2 – Hayden Moehring (2017, AR)
65.0 – Liam Bunnell (2017, TX)
64.2 – Jackson Hubbard (2017, TX)
64.0 – Tommy Martin (2017, VA)
63.0 – Jake Lane (2017, AL)
63.0 – Ethan Torres (2017, VA)
61.2 – Cole Smith (2017, OH)

Punt Distance Average:
45.7 – Ryan Rehkow (2017, WA)
45.4 – Bryan Clements (2017, CA)
43.1 – Brandon Ruiz (2017, AZ)
43.0 – Ethan Torres (2017, VA)
43.0 – Jake Lane (2017, AL)
42.4 – Jack Geiger (2017, CA)
42.2 – Jackson Hubbard (2017, TX)
41.2 – Briggs Bourgeois (2017, LA)
41.2 – Johan Zetterberg (2017, CA)
40.5 – Tucker Day (2017, TN)
40.2 – Brandon Gracia (JC, CA)
39.9 – Brian Papazian (2017, CA)
39.4 – Lucas Havrisik (2017, CA)
39.3 – Liam Bunnell (2017, TX)
39.2 – Tommy Martin (2017, VA)
39.0 – Brooks Buce (2017, GA)
39.0 – Cole Smith (2017, OH)
38.7 – Peyton Henry (2017, CA)
36.6 – Alex Usry (2017, GA)
36.0 – Hayden Moehring (2017, AR)
35.4 – Kane Bowen (2017, CA)
34.0 – Justin Davidovicz (2017, NJ)
33.0 – Grant Ryerse (2017, MN)

Chris Sailer Award Leaders (TOP 12)
Trey Thomas (2018, TN) 16-22 FG’s (Long 43) 32-35 Extra Points
Jake Lane (2017, AL) 15-18 FG’s (Long 50) 44-46 Extra Points
Parker Sampson (2017, MO) 14-19 FG’s (Long 51) 30-32 Extra Points
Kaden Leonard (2017, UT) 13-15 FG’s (Long 25) 35-40 Extra Points
Josh Gorball (2018, IN) 13-17 FG’s (Long 52) 25-30 Extra Points
Daniel Mojaro (2017, CA) 12-14 FG’s (Long 47) 22-22 Extra Points
Paul Buisman (2017, IN) 12-15 FG’s (Long 48) 44-50 Extra Points
Trevor Eldean (2017, AZ) 12-22 FG’s (Long 50) 33-33 Extra Points
Connor Davis (2018, FL) 11-12 FG’s (Long 43) 21-21 Extra Points
Brandon Ruiz (2017, AZ) 10-11 FG’s (Long 45) 50-50 Exrta Points
Drew Byus (2018, GA) 10-11 FG’s (Long 43) 28-28 Extra Points
Justin Davidovicz (2017, NJ) 10-14 FG’s (Long 44) 24-26 Extra Points

High School / Junior College Field Goals (8 or more FG’s):
15-18 Jake Lane (2017, AL)
14-19 Parker Sampson (2017, MO)
12-14 Daniel Mojarro (2017, CA)
12-22 Trevor Eldean (2017, AZ)
11-14 Esteban Flores (2018, IN)
11-15 Asa Fuller (2017, CA)
10-11 Brandon Ruiz (2017, AZ)
10-11 Drew Byus (2018, GA)
10-11 Cristian Zendejas (2017, AZ)
10-14 Justin Davidovicz (2017, NJ)
9-10 Clay Eggeman (2017, CA)
9-11 Tucker Day (2017, TN)
9-11 Riley Erickson (2017, AZ)
9-11 Dan Mills (2017, OH)
9-12 Turner Davidson (2017, TX)
9-13 Lucas Havrisik (2017, CA)
9-13 Kevin Robledo (JC, CA)
9-13 John Hilfer (JC, CA)
8-8 Brenton King (2017, GA)
8-8 Luis Diaz (2017, TX)
8-9 Antonio Decozio (2017, AZ)
8-10 Matthew Brust (2018, FL)
8-10 Jake Smith (2018, TX)
8-10 BT Potter (2018, SC)
8-10 Kyle Reer (2018, CA)
8-10 Paul Inzerillo (2017, NY)
8-11 Jake Roark (2017, MO)
8-11 Charles Campbell (2018, TN)
8-11 Noah Ruggles (2017, FL)
8-11 Jared Wheatley (2019, NC)
8-11 Grayson Atkins (2017, SC)
8-12 Daniel Gutierrez (2017, CA)
8-12 Brady Farlow (JC, MS)
8-13 Mitchell Fineran (2018, GA)

50+ Yard Field Goals:
57 – Antonio Garcia (2017, FL)
57 – Noah Ruggles (2017, FL)
56 – Brenton King (2017, GA)
55 – Jacob Tanguay (2017, Canada)
54 – Brooks Buce (2017, GA)
53 – Brooks Buce (2017, GA)
53 – Nick Rice (2017, GA)
53 – Paul Inzerillo (2017, NY)
52 – Grant Ryerse (2017, MN)
52 – Noah Ruggles (2017, FL)
52 – Chris Landgrebe (2017, OH)
52 – Frankie Onate (2017, FL)
52 – Daniel Whelan (2017, CA)
51 – Lucas Havrisik (2017, CA)
51 – Brayden Narveson (2018, AZ)
51 – Brandon Gracia (JC, CA)
51 – Mitchell Fineran (2018, GA)
51 – Parker Sampson (2017, MO)
51 – Michael Ewton (2017, TX)
51 – Tyler Gilley (2017, FL)
50 – Tucker Day (2017, TN)
50 – Jake Lane (2017, AL)
50 – Cole Talley (2018, TX)
50 – Grayson Atkins (2017, SC)
50– John Mayers (2018, TX)
50 – Eric Carrasco (2017, TX)
50 – Trevor Eldean (2017, AZ)
50 – Riley Erickson (2017, AZ)
50 – Dylan Brown (JC, CA)

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

Punting (Top 15):
47.0 – Matthew Brust (2018, FL)
46.2 – Christopher Abbes (2019, CA)
46.1 – Frankie Onate (2017, FL)
45.8 – Sean Young (JC, FL)
45.7 – Ryan Rehkow (2017, WA)
45.5 – Nick Rice (2017, GA)
45.4 – Bryan Clements (2017, CA)
44.8 – Steve Sanchez (2017, CA)
44.0 – Kevin Ramsey (2017, WA)
44.0 – Christopher Wood (2018, CA)
43.8 – Matthew Jaeger (2018, MN)
43.1 – Brandon Ruiz (2017, AZ)
43.0 – Ethan Torres (2017, VA)
43.0 – Jake Lane (2017, AL)
42.4 – Jack Geiger (2017, 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

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Big News, Vegas & The New TOP 12!

“Vegas” was created in 2003 as the very first national exposure event of its kind for kickers, punters and long snappers.  Just over 100 specialists attended the first camp.  Now well over 1000 specialists travel to Vegas each year.   The goal has always been to get the world’s best instruction, competition and exposure.  TOP 12 and Event Elite have been the 2 most credible exposure lists to be on in the world for specialists.  Take a look at the 12 most famous Kicker/Punter TOP 12 Members of all time. 

Dan Bailey (Cowboys) – Highest Field Goal Percentage in NFL history
Justin Tucker (Ravens) – Super Bowl Champion
Bryan Anger (Buccaneers) – Drafted in the 3rd Round of the NFL Draft
Blair Walsh (Viking) – Pro Bowl Kicker
Brad Nortman (Jaguars) – Punted in the Super Bowl last year
Bradley Pinion (49ers) – Highest drafted specialist in 2015, left college as a junior
Drew Kaser (Chargers) – Highest drafted specialist in 2016
Ryan Allen (Patriots) – Super Bowl Champion
Ryan Succop (Titans) – 8 Year NFL Veteran
Cody Parkey (Eagles) – Pro Bowl Kicker
Kai Forbath (Saints) – Lou Groza Award Winner
Matt Darr (Dolphins) – Ranked 3rd in the NFL in Punt Average last year

How it was….

TOP 12
The 12 very best kickers & punters were selected in Las Vegas each year in January.

Event Elite
Approximately 25 of the next best kickers & punters were selected in Las Vegas each May.

TOP 12 & Event Elite Camp
The TOP 12 & Event Elite trained together that summer amongst the very best.

As always, Chris Sailer Kicking and Rubio Long Snapping continue to lead the way when it comes to innovative ideas that help young specialists get the necessary exposure to land college scholarships.  Here is our newest addition. 

How it will be from now on…

Vegas will remain Vegas as always.  Every January and May the world’s best will converge in Nevada. Instruction, competition, evaluation and national rankings. 

Vegas January
Chris Sailer will select 20 underclassmen athletes (juniors or below).  These 20 athletes will be the first to get their invitation to the TOP 12 Camp. 

*The TOP 12 Seniors will be selected per usual

Vegas May
Chris Sailer will select 20 additional underclassmen athletes (juniors or below). These could be second chance athletes that failed to qualify in January or they could be new athletes that did not attend Vegas in January.  These 20 athletes will get their invitation to the TOP 12 Camp.

*The term Event Elite will be officially retired.

Wild Card
Chris Sailer will select a maximum of 5 additional underclassmen athletes (juniors or below) at any time throughout the year.  These 5 athletes will get their invitation to attend the TOP 12 Camp. 

TOP 12 Camp
45 total kickers/punters will attend the TOP 12 Camp which will take place that summer.  This camp will be the most competitive and exposure filled camp of all time.  All players will still receive the coveted TOP 12 Camp Shirt. Take a look at what else to expect.

– testing / charting
– competitions
– interviews
– character building outings
– live social media feeds of all camp aspects

– professional 20-30 minute show will be created from all camp footage to be launched on YouTube and more!

Chris Sailer will conduct the most in depth search to identify and name the TOP 12.  The TOP 12 will be announced at the end of camp.  These 12 athletes will get exclusive TOP 12 gear created just for them (shirt, shorts, hat, sweat outfit, etc).  They will get the most exposure ever leading up to the college camps that summer where college coaches will being offering scholarships.  This will be the first true TOP 12!

This new format will begin in January of 2017.  The above information may be still be altered and/or added to based on findings in the next few months.  Get ready for greatness!  Do you have what it takes to make the TOP 12? We will find out for real in 2017.  Register today!

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2016 TOP 12 & EVENT ELITE RECAP! Day, Ryerse, Havrisik Win It!

TOP 12 Group ShotOver the course of one Chris Sailer Kicking year thousands of specialists attend our camps for top notch instruction and exposure. Through our regional camps and National Vegas Events the best of the best are identified and invited to attend our “TOP 12” & “Event Elite.” This exposure group makes up the very best high school and junior college specialists in America.  Previous attendees include Dan Bailey (Cowboys), Justin Tucker (Ravens), Cody Parkey (Eagles), Blair Walsh (Vikings), Bryan Anger (Buccaneers), Jeff Locke (Vikings), Bradley Pinion (49ers), Ryan Succop (Titans), Kai Forbath (Saints), Bradley Nortman (Panthers), Colton Schmidt (Bills), Travis Coons (Browns), Randy Bullock (Jets), Ka’imi Fairbairn (Texans) and many many more.  This year’s group of Kicker/Punters was as talented as any.  The camp took place in Bradenton, FL July 18-20, 2016.  Take a look at the results….

THE CHAMPIONS

Field Goal Champion
Havrisik TOP 12Lucas Havrisik (CA) – Lucas has had an impressive summer.  He is one of the most accurate kickers in America without a doubt.  He hits a clean ball and does so with great consistency.   He is a great competitor that does very well under pressure.  His kickoffs are D1 ready.  Lucas is also a talented punter.  He has all the tools to dominate at the next level.  OFFER NOW!!!

Runner Up: Chris Landgrebe (OH)

Kickoff Champion
RyerseGrant Ryerse (MN) – The University of Minnesota commit and long time Chris Sailer Kicking student is a rare talent.  He is a great athlete with tremendous leg strength.  He hits a big time D1 ball off the ground on field goals.  He smashes kickoffs deep in the end zone with 4.2+ hang time.  He also has the size, strength and athleticism to develop into a great punter.  Grant is ready to go.

Runner Up: Josh Grant (2017, TX)

Punt Champion
Day TOP 12Tucker Day (TN) – The #1 ranked punter in the nation proved it once again.  Coming off his recent invitation to the U.S. Army All-America Bowl after dominating TOP GUN in SC, he followed it up with a huge performance against the very best in the U.S. in FL.  Tucker has NFL type leg strength and ability.  He regularly hits 50+ yard punts with 5.2+ second hang time.  He is also an excellent kicker.  He is the real deal.  OFFER NOW!!!

Runner Up: Joe Doyle (TN)

Other Competition Winners
FG – Chris Landgrebe (2017, OH), Chris Dunn (2018, NC), Skyler DeLong (2018, SC), Zach Elder (2017, TX)
Punt – Kane Bowen (2017, CA), Ethan Torres (2017, VA), Bill Rubright (2017, GA)

Committed “TOP 12” & “Event Elite” Members
Brandon Ruiz – Alabama
Joseph Bulovas – Georgia Tech
Brent Cimaglia – Tennessee
Adam Stack – Oregon
Grant Ryerse – Minnesota
Cole Smith – Cincinnati
Chris Dunn – NC State
Briggs Bourgeois – Southern Miss

Next 6 Kickers that should pick up offers and commit
Brandon Gracia (CA)
Josh Grant (TX)
Chris Landgrebe (OH)
Cooper Graham (NC)
Lucas Havrisik (CA)
Justin Davidovicz (NJ)

Next 6 Punters that should pick up offers and commit
Tucker Day (TN)
Ryan Rehkow (WA) *Holds BYU & Idaho offers
Tommy Martin (VA)
Aidan Daly (CA)
Joseph Doyle (TN)
Bill Rubright (GA)

Participants: Chris Dunn (2018, NC), Charles Campbell (2018, TN), Skyler DeLong (2017, SC), John Brosnahan (2018, NC), Cole Talley (2018, TX), Aidan Daily (JC, CA), Alex Usry (2017, GA), Bill Rubright (2017, GA), Blake Mazza (2017, TX), Briggs Bourgeois (2017, LA), Brooks Buce (2017, GA), Bryan Clements (2017, CA), Chris Landgrebe (2017, OH), Cooper Graham (2017, NC), Ethan Torres (2017, VA), Grant Ryerse (2017, MN), Hayden Moehring (2017, AR), Hunter Everett (2017, OK), Jack Geiger (2017, CA), Jake Lane (2017, AL), Jake Roark (2017, MO), Joe Doyle (2017, TN), Johan Zetterberg (2017, CA), Joseph Bulovas (2017, LA), Josh Grant (2017, TX), Justin Davidovicz (2017, NJ), Kane Bowen (2017, CA), Kyle Sentkowski (2017, WA), Liam Bunnell (2017, TX), Brian Papazian (2017, CA), Liam Jones (2017, OK), Lucas Havrisik (2017, CA), Nick Horiates (2017, TX), Peyton Henry (2017, CA), Ryan Rehkow (2017, WA), Tommy Martin (2017, VA), Tucker Day (2017, TN), Zach Elder (2017, TX).

Unable to participate: Brandon Ruiz, Brent Cimaglia, Adam Stack, Jackson Hubbard, Austin Neuheiser, Cole Smith, Will Reichard, Brandon Gracia

This camp is as much about building friendships/bonds as it is about learning, competing and gaining exposure.  These memories last a lifetime.  Want to be a part of it?  See in Las Vegas January 13-15, 2017 at Vegas XXIX.  To be the best, train with the best! #TeamSailer #TOP12 #EventElite

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So You Didn’t Make “EVENT ELITE”, What Now?

For the past couple weeks, you have been watching the “EVENT ELITE” Kickers/Punters get chosen one by one. Daily, you stared at your Twitter feed, Instagram or Facebook waiting for your name to be announced. Each day, a couple people were ecstatic while countless others felt the opposite emotions. A couple days ago, the final members of the “EVENT ELITE” were announced and a balloon was popped for many 2017, 2018 and even some 2019 K/P’s. Now what?

Couple ways to look at it….

You can be upset with me for not selecting you. You can be upset with yourself for not performing when it counted. You can even find a way to blame others, but, it is ultimately on you. The only thing you can control is how hard and smart you work. Everyone in Vegas is competing for the same spots. Don’t let anybody outwork you and you will see different results.

You need to use this as motivation to make sure you perform better. This is all up to you. The choice is yours.

If you are a Kicker/Punter that strives to be the best, you want to be at that “TOP 12” and “EVENT ELITE” camp during the summer. Any single athlete that has been there (scholarship K/P’s, All-Americans, NFL players) will tell you it is, by far, the best camp they have ever been to in their life. What you need to do is get back on the horse. Work smarter and harder.

Many great Kickers/Punters did NOT make it simply because in Vegas they didn’t feel they could. They did NOT have confidence. They were HOPING they would perform well instead of KNOWING they would perform well. Sound familiar?

Just because you didn’t make the “TOP 12” and “EVENT ELITE” does NOT mean that you aren’t and elite payer capable of big things at all and that you should just stop. It means that you need to work harder and smarter at VEGAS XXIX in January to be selected to the next year’s “TOP 12”.

You need to knock my socks off. THE RANKINGS CAN BE ADJUSTED ANYTIME I SEE YOU LIVE. You need to show everyone this summer as I pass through the country that you are the best. Dominate. Know you can do it AND do it!

The best of the best ALWAYS step up.

Are you one of them? Time to decide. Prove to me, and the rest of the world, that you belong.

Or don’t.

THE CHOICE IS YOURS…..

Vegas XXIX

 

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2016 Chris Sailer Kicking “Event Elite” Announced

Congratulations to the 2016 Chris Sailer Kicking “Event Elite”.  These Kickers / Punters were selected from over 200 athletes that attended Vegas XXVIII May 21-22, 2016 in Las Vegas.  They will join the “TOP 12” that were selected from Vegas XXVII in January.  These specialists make up the very best of the best in the United States.  The “TOP 12” & “Event Elite” Invite Only Camp will take place at the IMG Academy in FL on July 18-20, 2016.  Past “Event Elite” Members include: Blair Walsh (Vikings), Justin Tucker (Ravens), Bradley Nortman (Panthers), Randy Bullock (Jets), Cody Parkey (Eagles), Ross Martin (Jets), Drew Kaser (Chargers), Ka’imi Fairbairn (Texans) and many many more!

2016 Chris Sailer Kicking “Event Elite”

Class of 2019
Will Reichard (AL)

Class of 2018
John Brosnahan (NC)
Charles Campbell (TN)
Skyler DeLong (NC)
Christopher Dunn (NC)
Cole Talley (TX)

2017
Briggs Bourgeois (LA)
Bryan Clements (CA)
Aidan Daily (CA)
Justin Davidovicz (NJ)
Joe Doyle (TN)
Zach Elder (TX)
Hunter Everett (OK)
Peyton Henry (CA)
Nick Horiates (TX)
Jack Geiger (CA)
Jackson Hubbard (TX)
Liam Jones (OK)
Chris Landgrebe (OH)
Jake Lane (AL)
Blake Mazza (TX)
Jake Roark (MO)
Grant Ryerse (MN)
Kyle Sentkowski (WA)
Cole Smith (OH)
Nate Snyder (OH)
Ethan Torres (VA)
Alex Usry (GA)
Austin Neuhauser (OK)
Bryce Webb (KY)

Alternates:
Class of 2018
Campbell Geddes (CA)
Jonah Lipel (CA)
Anthony Moshorrafa (AZ)

Class of 2017
Santiago Arango (FL)
Kane Bowen (CA)
Liam Bunnell (TX)
Diego Cacho-Sousa (CA)
Collin Larsh (WI)
Dario Longhetto (CA)
Sean McKeogh (CA)
Miguel Mendez (CA)
Brian Papazian (CA)
Drew Schmid (CA)
Ryan Stonehouse (CA)
Johan Zetterberg (CA)

“TOP 12”
Brandon Ruiz (AZ)
Joseph Bulovas (LA)
Adam Stack (HI)
Tucker Day (TN)
Josh Grant (TX)
Lucas Havrisik (CA)
Bill Rubright (GA)
Tommy Martin (VA)
Cooper Graham (NC)
Hayden Moehring (AR)
Brent Cimaglia (TN)
Brooks Buce (GA)

Brandon Gracia (CA)
David Cote (Canada)

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Recap Of Vegas XXVIII

Chris Sailer Kicking traveled to Las Vegas on May 21-22nd, 2016 for VEGAS XXVIII!

Specialists from 40 states & three countries all traveled to Vegas to learn from the best, get the top instruction and the most exposure possible for Kickers & Punters.  All in all the 2 Vegas Events in 2016 brought in well over 1000 Specialists, making it the largest Exposure Camp in World for Kickers, Punters & Long Snappers.

The overall camp champions were Christopher Dunn (2018, NC) & Tommy Martin (2017, VA)!  After falling just short at Vegas XXVII in January losing in the final round, Christopher was focused and determined.  This is the first time a sophomore has won Vegas in quite some time.  He did so in flying fashion nailing 8 straight 2 point field goals and not missing all day on Sunday.  Tommy Martin was equally as impressive on the punting side.  He had an eye opening charting session and followed it up by ousting some of the very best in the head to head finals rounds.  He defeated Tucker Day, the #2 Punter in the nation in the semi-finals and took out last years Vegas XXVI champion Aidan Daily in the finals.  Both Christopher & Tommy will be big time college football players.

Martin and Dunn

Other special performances over the course of the weekend included….

Saturday Competition Champions
Group 1 Field Goal Last Man Standing Champion: Campbell Geddes (2018, CA)
Group 2 Field Goal Last Man Standing Champion: Liam Jones (2017, OK)
Group 3 (Punters) Champions: Consistency Champion: John Brosnahan (2018, NC), Punt Last Man Standing Champion: Aidan Daily (JC, CA) & Punt Head to Head Champion: Aidan Daily (JC, CA)
Group 4 Field Goal Last Man Standing Champion: Lorran Fonseca (JC, CA)

Sunday Field Goal Finalists (based on high scores during charting session)
15 – Chris Wood (2018, CA)
14 – Trevor Eldean (2017, CA)
13 – Christopher Dunn (2018, NC)
12 – Chris Kessler (2018, TX)
12 – Campbell Geddes (2018, CA)
12 – Chris Landgrebe (2017, OH)
12 – Jake Roark (2017, MO)
11 – Alex Usry (2017, GA)
11 – Lorran Fonseca (JC, CA)
11 – Derrik Engel (2017, CA)
11 – Daniel Mojarro (2017, CA)
11 – Noel Ruiz (2017, NC)
10 – Charles Campbell (2018, TN)
10 – Blake Mazza (2017, TX)
10 – Eric Fellenzer (2018, CA)
10 – Derek Ng (2018, NV)
10 – Tucker Day (2017, TN)
10 – Jake Lane (2017, AL)
10 – Jack Pruban (2017, IL)
10 – Zach Saros (2017, CA)

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Sunday Punt Finalists (based on Chris Sailer Kicking Sailer Staff evaluations/qualifying round)
Aidan Daily (JC,CA)
Tucker Day (2017,TN)
Tommy Martin (2017, VA)
John Brosnahan (2018, NC)
Nate Snyder (2017, OH)
Jack Geiger (2017, CA)
Bryan Clements (2017, CA)
Joseph Doyle (2017, TN)
Peyton Henry (2017, CA)
Ryan Gomer (2017, UT)
Ryan Stonehouse (2017, CA)
Brian Papazian (2017, CA)
Skyler DeLong (2018, SC)

Look for compete results/stats, announcements of the “Event Elite” and full Chris Sailer Kicking national rankings to be posted in the coming weeks.  Stay tuned.

Exposure?  Vegas / Chris Sailer Kicking is always offering the most exposure in the World!

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Mark your calendars now.  Get ready for the largest kicking, punting & long snapping camp in the world, Vegas XXIX.  Register HERE to be a part of it.

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Preparing for Vegas XXVIII

VEGAS XXVIII (the 2nd largest Kicking/Punting event in the world, our January event is the 1st) is taking place on May 21-22, 2016 and there are a couple key things to know as we head into that weekend.

  1. CONFIRMATION EMAILS with basic details of the weekend will be sent out on Monday, May 16th. Be on the lookout and if you are registered, but don’t get one, let us know ASAP!
  2. The VEGAS XXVIII PACKET (this will have ALL of the weekends information in GREAT detail) will be emailed to you as a PDF on Thursday, May 19th. This will be your baby for the whole weekend. We decided it was best to let you have them as a file in your email, instead of printed out for several reasons (no need to make copies, you can’t lose this one, it will be on your phones which are always with you). We will NOT be printing any packets out so if you do want it printed out, you will need to do that yourself.

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2016 IL Spring Camp Recap – Monkman Pulls Off The Upset!

The Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour is in full swing.  The most recent stop in Chicago, IL was one of the most exciting yet.  The best of the best from the midwest and beyond braved the elements and put in extremely impressive performances.  Many proved that they are ready to compete for an “Event Elite” spot at Vegas XXVIII coming up this May.  Take a look at the standouts.

Ryan Monkman - 2018

Ryan Monkman – 2018

The overall camp champion was Ryan Monkman.  The Class of 2018 kicker stepped up when it counted the most.  He hit back to back 52 yard field goals to win the field goal competition.  He then won the head to head finals round as an underdog against two of the nation’s best 2017 prospects.  Ryan is an outstanding 2018 prospect that will compete against the best in this class the next few years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Collin Larsh - 2017

Collin Larsh – 2017

Collin Larsh won 2 major competitions.  He won the field goal last man standing and punt competitions. Collin is an excellent D1 college prospect.  He has the skills and ability to impress as both a kicker and a punter.  His field goals are solid off the ground.  He competes with the top kickers in his class on kickoffs.  He is also proving to be a top punter.  Look for Collin to turn heads in Vegas this May and at college camps.

 

 

 

 

 

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Hayden Moehring – 2017

Hayden Moehring won the kickoff competition.  The “TOP 12” Member is one of the most talented prospect in the country.  He has a huge leg and continues to prove that he is worthy of a D1 scholarship.  He hit several kickoffs 70-75 yards with well over 5.0 second hang time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nate Needham - 2016

Nate Needham – 2016

Nate Needham was the top 2016 prospect. at camp.  The Youngstown State commit nearly won every major competition.  He is ready to compete at the next as both a kicker and punter.  He has the leg, technique and mental confidence to be a major contributor for Youngstown State.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class of 2017 Standouts:  Aris Cantania, George Brophy, Jack Pruban, Nicolas Farfan, Adam Durocher, Austin Burnham, Danny Perez, Drew Carmichael, Matt Hellen, Tristan Meyer.

Class of 2018 Standouts: Matt Burns, Matthew Jaeger.

Class of 2019 Standouts: Bradley Sample, Griffin Crosa, James Turner, Mason Molique, Taylor Richardson.

For full rankings and more information, visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com Chris Sailer Kicking will next make stops in Seattle, WA (April 24), Miami, FL (May 7), New Jersey (May 7), Dallas, TX (May 15), Los Angeles, CA (May 15) and Atlanta, GA (May 15).  The spring will culminate with the largest national specialist camp in the world, Vegas XXVIII (May 21-22). REGISTER HERE

To be the best, train with the best.  #TeamSailer

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Which Summer Camps Should I Attend in 2016?

Summer Camps 2016

The most common question that I have been asked so far about the summer of 2016 has been, “There are so many camps, how do I know which camps to attend and how many should I attend?”

I will do my best to give you some simple and clear tips.

What types of camps are there?

College Camps:

•    These are essentially tryouts that are run by the Universities themselves.
•    Seniors to be should attend these camps (Class of 2017)
•    Younger players may want to attend one of these simply for experience.  (Unless you are the #1 or #2 ranked specialist in the nation)
•    Be smart about how many you attend.  You should not kick back to back days as you will not show your best.
•    Register for these camps through the University by either going to their website or calling the football office.
•    Don’t expect great instruction.  Remember, these are basically tryouts.  Most eyes will be on the best of the best.
•    Camp size ranges from 75-250 Kickers, Punters & Long Snappers.
•    NO RANKINGS
•    BLOG ON COLLEGE CAMPS

Chris Sailer Kicking Underclassmen Invitational & “TOP 12” & Event Elite: 

•    These are the ONLY 2 INVITE ONLY camps that Chris Sailer Runs.  You must be invited to attend.
•    You should 100% attend if you are invited.
•    These camps should be your #1 priority. Period.
•    Underclassmen = Juniors, Sophomores, Freshman, 8th Graders for the coming year, 7th Graders for the coming year.
•    Underclassmen is a combination of education & competition.  Parents should 100% attend as this camp is it is as much for them.
•    Underclassmen camp size approximately 75 Kickers & Punters.
•    “TOP 12” & “Event Elite” = Best of the best in the world invited based on performance in Las Vegas in either January or May.
•    “TOP 12” & “Event Elite” is open to the public for viewing.
•    Rankings will be updated based on performance. To be held at the prestigious IMG Academy Campus in FL.

Chris Sailer Kicking – 1 Day Camps in Chicago, IL, Dallas, TX, Charlotte, NC, Atlanta, GA, Phoenix, AZ & Los Angeles, CA:

•    Most popular CSK camps that provide the entire experience. (Instruction, Parent Involvement, Film Analysis, Competition, Rankings)
•    Those entering senior year should attend 1-2 of these camps this summer. (1 in your region and 1 outside your region)
•    Younger players should attend at least one of these.

FBU Camps:

•    Invite only camps run by FBU (A Chris Sailer Kicking Partner)
•    If you are invited, you should 100% attend at least 1 of these camps.
•    Expect great instruction and exposure
•    Camps run by Chris Sailer or Chris Sailer Kicking Staff (Obi Egekeze, Erik Folk, Carson Wiggs, Chris Nendick).
•    Regional camps in Austin (TX) 4/8-4/9, San Antonio (TX) 4/15-4/16,  Miami (FL) 4/15-4/16, Phoenix (AZ) 4/22-4/23, Orlando (FL) 4/22-4/23,  Lafayette (LA) 6/3-6/4, Los Angeles (CA) 6/24-6/25.
•    Top Gun camp in Rock Hill, SC on July 14-15, 2016.
•    2 Kickers, 2 Punters & 2 Long Snappers will be selected to play in the 2014 U.S. Army All-American Bowl at the Top Gun Camp.
•    Youth specialists will be selected to play in the 7th, 8th & 9th Grade FBU All-American Games! Other specialists will be invited to play in the FBU National Championships.
•    Register for these camps by calling FBU 973-366-5027
•    Rankings on www.ChrisSailerKicking.com are updated based on performance.

College Camp (4-Year College Specialists)

•    Open to Class of 2016 High School Graduates heading to a 4-Year University or College.
•    Open to all current Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors currently at a 4-Year University.
•    2-Day overnight camp, including hotel + airport pick up and drop off.  To be held at the prestigious IMG Academy Campus in FL.

So, of course, now you have follow up questions.

Q: My son is a senior to be, won’t his legs get tired?

A: If you want to play college football, this summer should be 100% dedicated to kicking & punting.  To answer the question….YES, they will get tired.  You have to be smart about laying out your summer schedule.  You cannot kick/punt everyday.  Your body needs rest to stay healthy and maintain the ability to perform at your highest level.  Try not to kick/punt on consecutive days.  If you have to kick/punt on consecutive days, take 2 days of rest before the next time you kick/punt.

Q: Many camps are scheduled for the same day?  And if I cannot kick/punt on consecutive days I am going to miss out on many opportunities, so what do I do?

A: It is impossible to be in 2 places at once.  So sometimes you will have to make tough choices.  A college coach can schedule you to come kick/punt for them on an alternate date.  As long as the University is putting on another camp on that day, you can go kick/punt for them.  The coach has to be willing to do this for you.  This is how you will know how bad they really want you.  Call the coach and try to schedule and alternate date.

Q: How do I prioritize which camps are most important?

A: 1. “TOP 12” & “Event Elite”, 2. Underclassmen Invitational 3. FBU Top Gun, 4. Chris Sailer Kicking 1-Day Camps, 5. FBU Regional Camps, 6. College Camps

Q: Camp costs and the travel costs associated with these camps can be very expensive, so what do I do?

A: You will have to prioritize based on the above.  It is important to see other parts of the country if possible.  This will one day make the college decision process much easier.  Again, tough choices.

Q: I am getting a lot of “Invites” from competitors of yours?  Do I have to go to these?

A: I can write a book on this.  But to keep it simple, No.  Invites aren’t invites if they invite everyone.  Our website is used everyday to solicit.  Clever advertising doesn’t equal a quality camp.  Chris Sailer Kicking is the #1 most trusted resource for college coaches nationwide.  Actions speak louder than words.  Believe in Chris Sailer Kicking and will you not be disappointed.

Q: How do I register for a Chris Sailer Kicking Camp?

A: CLICK HERE

Q: How do I register for an FBU Camp?

A: CLICK HERE

Tips:

•    Be realistic about your skill level when it comes to college camps.  Remember, these are tryouts.  Attend college camps at the level in which you are capable of playing.  This will give you college options.  Attend D1, D2, D3, NAIA, etc. camps where you have a realistic chance of playing.  Otherwise you will simply be spinning your wheels.  Be open minded in your search.
•    There is no way to figure out 100% which Universities will be offering scholarships.  Things are always changing.  Almost every University will take 1 Kicker, 1 Punter & 1 Long Snapper each year as either a scholarship or preferred walk on athlete.  So, all college camps provide opportunity.  Don’t stress yourself out trying to figure out everything that happens behind the scenes.  Their is NO LIST.
•    If a college doesn’t have a kicking camp (common with lower level schools), call the coach and ask for a day that you can kick/punt for them.
•    Don’t kick at a college camp if your are not 100%.  You want to show at your absolute best.  Your performance/results/charts will be used by not only that University, but shared with others as well.  Word travels fast both in the positive and negative.
•    When you travel, take advantage of the opportunity. Visit Universities in the area.  Get a feel for the area or region of the country.  Do not be afraid to simply walk on campus and into the football office.  Tell them you are a Chris Sailer Kicking recruit and would love a tour.  Most Universities will treat you very well.

Class of 2016:
Attend in this order of importance: 1. College Camp for 4-Year College Specialists. 2. 1-Day Chris Sailer Kicking Camps

Class of 2017:
Attend in this order of importance: 1. “TOP 12” & “Event Elite”, 2. FBU Top Gun, 3. (2) Chris Sailer Kicking 1-Day Camps (Different parts of the country), 4. FBU Regional Camps, 5. College Camps

Class of 2018:
Attend in this order of importance:  1.Underclassmen Invitational, 2. FBU Top Gun, 3. Chris Sailer Kicking 1-Day Camps, 4. FBU Regional Camps

Class of 2019:
Attend in this order of importance: 1.Underclassmen Invitational, 2. FBU Top Gun, 3. Chris Sailer Kicking 1-Day Camps, 4. FBU Regional Camps

Class of 2020:
Attend in this order of importance: 1.Underclassmen Invitational, 2. FBU Top Gun, 3. Chris Sailer Kicking 1-Day Camps, 4. FBU Regional Camps

Class of 2021:
Attend in this order of importance: 1.Underclassmen Inviational, 2. FBU Top Gun, 3. Chris Sailer Kicking 1-Day Camps, 4. FBU Regional Camps

See you this summer!

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Setting & Chasing Your Goals: Obtaining All Chris Sailer Kicking Shirt Colors

The question that I get asked all the time is: “When should my son/daughter begin attending your kicking/punting camps?”

This is a complicated question with not one, but many possible answers.

Mostly, my answer is:  “When your son/daughter is ready mentally to handle a camp, not just physically”.

The purpose is to reach your personal goals, not compete with everyone else’s.  Take a look at the objectives that I would set for my son/daughter if kicking/punting was what they had hoped to focus on.  Now, Kicking/Punting is a path to the future.  In this future, a college education is 100% while a place in the NFL is only achieved by less than 1%.

Really, it is all about chasing and obtaining all of those Chris Sailer Kicking colored shirts…

1.) So how do you obtain all colored shirts?  Of course, through hard work and dedication.

This means you must start early.  You are able to attend Chris Sailer Kicking lessons and camps as young as 6th Grade.  You can progress by continuing your training in 7th , 8th , 9th grade . . . all the way through high school, college, etc.  At this level you can collect black, white, navy, green, gray, orange, purple, maroon, and so on though attending Chris Sailer Kicking regional, national and international camps at various locations.  Each shirt is a sign of your hard work and dedication.  What do these color mean? Nothing, just that you have put in the time and the effort toward your craft. The more colors you have, the more camps you have attended.

Other colors are much more meaningful. What do they mean you ask?  Let’s have a look.

2.) The Light Blue Chris Sailer Kicking Shirt (Underclassmen Invitational Logo) = You have been invited to attend the Underclassmen Invitational.

Who is invited? Dedicated sophomores, freshman and youth football players & THEIR PARENTS.  The future for a college education begins here.  This camp was created at the request of college coaches.  You receive instruction and meet your national/international peers.  They will be your friends for life.  You must compete with the best to prepare yourself for your future.  This is the best camp in your younger years that you will ever attend.

3.) The Teal Chris Sailer Kicking Shirt (Camp Champion Logo) = You have attended a Chris Sailer Kicking Regional Camp AND were the overall kicking/punting champion.

These camps take place all over the United States (CA, GA, IL, TX, NC, WA, NJ, AZ, HI, FL currently).  This goal is not an easy one.  Only the best of the best get to stick this feather in their cap.  This is a time to step up against many of the top specialist in the world and make your mark on the national scene.

4.) The Yellow Chris Sailer Kicking Shirt (TOP 12 & Event Elite Logo) = You attended one of the prestigious Las Vegas National Events and were named as a member of the “TOP 12” or “Event Elite”.

Twelve kickers/punters are selected every January in Las Vegas from over the  three hundred kickers/punters in attendance.  An additional fifteen to thirty kickers/punters are selected every May in Las Vegas from over two hundred kickers/punters in attendance.  The odds are against you and being chosen is a huge accomplishment.  This is the best of the best, period.  You must show D1 scholarship ability to earn this color of shirt.

5.) The FBU Chris Sailer Kicking Shirt (FBU Logo) = You have competed not only on a specialist stage, but an all-position football camp stage.

At FBU camps you get instruction at the highest level through the Chris Sailer Kicking staff.  We include Field Goal, Kickoff and Punt film analysis.  FBU is a great venue for exposure through multiple resources even above and beyond what Chris Sailer Kicking provides.  Perhaps, even most importantly, you can get invited to the “TOP GUN” Camp.

6.) The FBU Chris Sailer Kicking TOP GUN Shirt (FBU Top Gun Logo) = You have qualified to participate in the TOP GUN camp through an FBU regional camp.

The exposure that goes along with this opportunity is through the roof!  From this camp, Chris Sailer Kicking will select 7th, 8th and 9th grade FBU All-Americans.  We Also select 2 kickers and 2 punters to participate in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.  If you are selected as a FBU All-American, you will wear the most honorable Chris Sailer Kicking colored shirt in the nation:

The U.S. Army All-American Jersey!

7.) The Red Chris Sailer Kicking Shirt (Chris Sailer Kicking Staff Logo) = This means that you have proved yourself at the high school level both athletically & physically.

It also means that you have the character to represent Chris Sailer Kicking, to coach and to mentor the next generation of specialists.  This may be the most coveted colored shirt of all.  You begin at the student staff level, can move on to college staff, and eventually you can become a Chris Sailer Kicking Senior Staff Member.

8.) The College Jersey (regardless of color) = This means that your hard work and dedication (and shirt colors earned) has paid off in the ultimate manner.  Hashtag your college and future endeavors for life.

9.) The NFL Jersey (regardless of color).  Whether you make it or not, this is the icing on the cake.  You get to tell your future children that you did it.  Whether you are an All-Pro, a starter or you get cut, the best part is you still have your college education to fall back on.

The color journey and Chris Sailer Kicking journey is complete!

Youth football will earn you a chance to play high school football. High school football will earn you a chance to play college football.  College football will earn you a college degree that you might have not obtained without the help of football.  College football will earn you a chance to play professional football (NFL, CFL, AFL, etc.).  All of the above will earn you a chance to grow from youth, to a young man, to an adult, to a father.  The opportunity and experience will shape the rest of your life.

The goal here is to end your kicking/punting career with this pile of shirts.  You will look back one day and reflect on one of the best times of your life.

See you soon…

Hard Work

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