How Do I Get Selected to Play in the Polynesian Bowl?

Chris Sailer Kicking & Rubio Long Snapping will be selecting a TOTAL of 14 All-Americans this year once again! Four of those of course are for the Polynesian Bowl (Class of 2023) on CBS Sports – 2 K/P’s and 2 Long Snappers.

Q: HOW DO I QUALIFY TO BE A POLYNESIAN BOWL ALL-STAR THIS YEAR?

A: TWO STEPS!

  1. Get Selected to attend the TOP 12 Camp  
  2. Attend the TOP 12 Camp in July & Dominate

Let’s Break it down step by step.  . .

STEP #1:  Get Selected to attend the TOP 12 Camp 

Q: HOW DO YOU GET SELECTED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE TOP 12 Camp?

A1: Your best chance is to attend the January and/or May National Vegas Events.

At each of the Vegas Events (January & May), Sailer will select 20 athletes that dominated each camp and he feels could potentially be ready for the next level.

A2: Your other option is a gamble, but you could take a WILDCARD spot.

Apart from the 40 members selected from the Vegas events, Sailer will also have a maximum of FIVE Wild Card invitees that he can give throughout the year. His choice. Any camp. All on Sailer and what he has seen and/or read about throughout the year.

STEP #2: Attend the TOP 12 Camp in July & Dominate

Q: WHAT IS THE TOP 12 CAMP?

A: Once you have been officially invited to the the TOP 12 Camp, you can register for the TOP 12 CAMP on our website.  

Chris Sailer Kicking will run a 3-day camp July 12-14 loaded with competition and evaluation.  Based on performance, athletes will be selected to participate in final competitions to earn Polynesian Bowl All-Star selections.

*This camp IS mandatory to attend to become a Polynesian Bowl All-Star.

Chris Sailer Kicking will rank ALL Participants based on performance at this camp.

There you have it!  That’s your road to the POLYNESIAN BOWL . . .

MAY VEGAS Registration and Information Below:

May Vegas is a 2-day camp loaded with competition and evaluation.  Based on performance, athletes will be selected to make the “TOP 12” and attend the TOP 12 CAMP in July.

* Sailer will be present at this camp.
* Sailer will rank ALL Participants based on performance at this camp.
* Sailer will select 20 K/P to the TOP 12 Camp

HOW DO I SIGN UP?

Click HERE to participate in the National Event: VEGAS XL!

DATES:
Saturday, May 14th & Sunday, May 15th, 2022
*We recommend arriving on Friday the 13th as some groups start very early on Saturday.

LOCATION:
Bishop Gorman High School

BASIC INFO:

  • Saturday is an instructional day and will end by 4pm
  • Sunday is a charting and competition day and will end by 4pm
  • Both days, participants will only be required to be on the field during group times which will be determined one week prior to the event.

INCLUDED: Instruction, evaluation, competition, a Chris Sailer Kicking T-Shirt, a player profile and ranking on ChrisSailerKicking.com. Winner of the camp receives one camp from Chris Sailer Kicking. (travel and accommodations not included).   SEE YOU IN VEGAS!!!

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Vegas XXXIX Punt Charting Results

VEGAS XXXIX PUNT CHARTING RESULTS (January 15-16, 2022)

Classes of 2025 & 2026

PlaceNameAvg. DistanceAvg. Hang TimeBest 1 Ball Score
1Ryan Kobzeff30.53.5234 / 4.01657
2Ashton Zamani263.9530 / 4.19655
3Hunter Mckee34.12.9940 / 2.93640
4Jackson Smith30.53.0936 / 3.62614
5Ty Ackerman25.83.4737 / 3.97605
6Franklin Wilcox253.5129 / 3.75601
7Ty Powell27.83.231 / 3.72598
8Matthew Giumarra24.23.3628 / 3.57578
9Quinn Kalpin24.53.2825 / 3.7573
10Tyler Prasuhn26.33.0929 / 3.54572
11Ayden Treadaway26.23.0231 / 3.83564
12Samuel Jacob26.52.8633 / 3.23551
13Noah McGough262.8931 / 2.96549
T14Landon Mare23.53.0828 / 3.42543
T14Max Thompson223.2327 / 3.67543
16Max McCarthy19.33.2622 / 3.87519
17Brock Seabaugh202.9327 / 3.42493
18Clark Lemmermann17.23.1220 / 3.32484
19Zayyir Miramontes20.82.4831 / 3.19456
20Gavin Harvey17.22.6920 / 2.92441
21Carter Sobel122.9214 / 3.43412
22Reuben Peck16.82.4122 / 2.99409
Class of 2024 
PlaceNameAvg. DistanceAvg. Hang TimeBest 1 Ball Score
1Oliver Castaneda41.33.8245 / 4.28795
2Sam Finnegan36.2441 / 4.3762
3Ryon Sayeri35.23.9839 / 4.33750
4Gage Hurych35.73.6847 / 4.3725
5Hunter Liszka33.33.7538 / 4.12708
6Michael Salgado-Medina33.83.6441 / 4.15702
7Kyle Lemmermann26.24.335 / 4.37692
8Salah Wahab303.8835 / 4.55688
9Cooper Evans35.53.2443 / 3.48679
10Nathan Hawkins34.73.2843 / 3.85675
11Devin Orr36.73.0644 / 4673
12Tyler Lobred353.2238 / 4.13672
13Kanyon Floyd34.23.136 / 3.76652
14Ethan Devers29.73.5138 / 3.87648
15Fisher Brown28.73.5635 / 3.73643
16Ashton Southam31.83.1837 / 3.84636
17Caden Chittenden31.83.1441 / 3.37632
18Alexander McGregor273.6135 / 3.96631
19Jordan Westrich29.53.3233 / 3.52627
20Dexter Brice283.4634 / 4.2626
21Luke Scoma26.33.5434 / 3.59617
22Parker Hall273.4530 / 3.73615
23Dylan McDonald27.33.3634 / 3.58609
24Marcus Lee27.23.3332 / 3.6605
25Dylan Cunanan25.53.4830 / 4.09603
26Patrick Durkin283.1533 / 3.34595
27Connor Tripp25.53.3526 / 4.34590
28Dominic Roman28.7331 / 3.36587
29Cayden Roberson283.0331 / 3.68583
30Sam Pearman243.2731 / 3.16567
31Kale Purvis233.2928 / 3.32559
32Brody Laga28.72.6631 / 3.18553
33Evan Vasquez27.22.6934 / 3.06541
34Christopher Parra16.33.0420 / 2.9467
35Brodie Kemp19.82.5527 / 2.99453
Class of 2023 
PlaceNameAvg. DistanceAvg. Hang TimeBest 1 Ball Score
1AIdan Flintoft42.84.2349 / 4.41851
2Ryan Millmore45.33.9155 / 4.56844
3Dax Iverson42.33.6950 / 4.43792
4Matthew Faulk37.24.1144 / 4.61783
5Esteban Mendoza37.34.0740 / 4.5780
6Win Byerley383.8747 / 4.19767
7Nathan Alexander38.73.7843 / 4.13765
8Conor Weasler36.73.8943 / 4.46756
9Palmer Williams36.23.8748 / 4.61749
10Tyler White37.73.6743 / 4.53744
T11Clune Van Andel33.73.9940 / 4.37736
T11Jack Norell36.73.6945 / 4.28736
T11Nick Barrett36.53.7146 / 4.14736
14JT Knobloch-Scott37.23.6147 / 4.53733
15Dawson Stine37.23.5644 / 4.08728
T16Grant Meadors30.74.238 / 4.65727
T16Nicholas Clegg35.23.7543 / 3.92727
18Charles Viorel36.53.5944 / 4.04724
19Lucas Berning33.33.8741 / 4.23720
20Jacob Lawrence37.23.3944 / 4.07711
T21Gage Hammond34.53.6337 / 3.9708
T21Tashi Dorje353.5844 / 4.3708
23Brandon Smith34.83.5245 / 3.96700
24Nicolas Radicic34.23.5243 / 4.03694
25Eddie Witt343.5340 / 4.07693
26Carlos Alvarado28.84.0440 / 4.07692
27Mack Mikko34.83.3841 / 4.03686
28Jacob Medina34.53.3645 / 4.16681
29Lucas Bisazza35.53.2640 / 3.81679
30Seth Turner29.23.8534 / 4.31677
31Kyle Cunanan34.53.3136 / 3.82676
32Gregory Tripathi323.5340 / 4.62673
33Asa Johnson30.33.6739 / 4.07670
34Sam Spence29.63.7132 / 4.15667
35Brysen Gardner333.3342 / 3.37663
T36Marcello Diomede31.23.539 / 4.08662
T36Oshyn Ferreira323.4236 / 3.9662
T38Colin Fratus313.5134 / 3.9661
T38Mason Schuster303.6135 / 4661
T38Matthew Romero33.23.2936 / 3.63661
T41Edgar Hernandez-Hinojosa26.83.8840 / 4.36656
T41Maxx Lawton32.53.3140 / 4.08656
T43Michael Gleske29.33.6232 / 4.44655
T43Sam Crickmar32.23.3338 / 3.71655
45Danny Vuckovic26.838.633 / 4.34654
46Kai Kluth30.83.4334 / 3.61651
47Kevin Granados29.73.5136 / 4.19648
48Troop O’Neal27.73.6934 / 3.9646
T49Brandon McCary273.7436 / 3.94644
T49Daniel Giusto31.83.2638 / 3.95644
T51Abraham Maciel303.4342 / 3.9643
T51Carson Fiske25.33.939 / 4.18643
53Mason Krause28.53.5435 / 3.65639
54Noah Soepardi29.23.4534 / 4.19637
T55Caden Perry30.73.2735 / 3.86634
T55Jaiden Espadas283.5436 / 3.47634
57Sam Taglia26.73.6231 / 4.15629
58Conner Cook29.23.3530 / 3.46627
T59AJ Young28.83.3736 / 3.91625
T59Dominick Bjodstrup26.73.5831 / 3.94625
T61Jayden Rogers26.33.637 / 3.86623
T61Mathias Brown303.2338 / 4.36623
63Tyler Simpson29.73.2538 / 3.83622
64Quinton Pacheco29.53.2642 / 3.48621
T65David Olano25.83.630 / 3.8618
T65Ian Sanches26.73.5127 / 4.25618
67Noe Avalos28.83.2741 / 4.11615
68Caden Lawlor25.83.5631 / 3.98614
69Westin Waters29.53.1838 / 3.51613
70Juan Enriquez23.83.7328 / 4.46611
71Jack Peros25.33.5529 / 3.89608
72Osvaldo Gomez29.53.0731 / 3.31602
73Derrick Mejia28.53.1435 / 3.82599
T74Anthony Hagan312.8635 / 3.13596
T74Dane Casselberry23.23.6430 / 3.56596
76Sean Stepenosky25.73.3733 / 3.46594
T77Amel Hadzisabic24.83.4528 / 3.84593
T77Jayce Jones31.72.7638 / 3.34593
79Matthew Verdiell27.73.1333 / 3.83590
80Samir Lumba25.33.3630 / 3.55589
81Zion Gonsalves26.33.226 / 3.68583
82David Waight24.53.332 / 3.75575
83Kristian Johnson312.6244 / 3.6572
84Spencer Jones24.33.2831 / 4.32571
85Carter Stewart253.229 / 3.43570
86Christopher Messmore24.83.1328 / 3.31561
87Andres Rodriguez25.82.9731 / 3.51555
88Ryan Pimentel223.1824 / 3.51538
89Luis Marin20.33.2624 / 3.18529
90Lendua Raiyawa23.52.9229 / 3.18527
91Anthony Mendoza21.73.0523 / 3.12522
92James Switzer23.82.7628 / 2.71514
Class of 2022 / Junior College / Transfers
PlaceNameAvg. DistanceAvg. Hang TimeBest 1 Ball Score
1Garth White424.3650 / 4.4856
2Max Walker47.33.7956 / 4.45852
3Trent Carrizosa40.24.0845 / 4.37810
4Ray Vallee41.23.9146 / 4.45803
5Alejandro Quintero37.74.2438 / 4.91801
6Cade Cox39.23.9946 / 4.53791
7Aidan Petruescu38.5448 / 4.39785
8Joe Schepler39.73.7548 / 4.1772
9Evan Kiely36.24.0843 / 4.57770
10Reed Harris393.7543 / 4.15765
11Moz Bojorquez36.24.0243 / 4.33764
T12Magnus Lepak34.54.0739 / 4.56752
T12Ramon Villela373.8248 / 4.43752
14Leonardo Guajardo36.83.8249 / 4.4750
15Trevor Miller38.73.6251 / 3.73749
16Macray Madruga33.24.1637 / 4.57748
17Zechariah Ramirez36.33.8446 / 3.92747
18Joey Newell34.53.9742 / 4.13742
19Zachary Robbins35.53.8341 / 4.4738
T20Justin Cash363.7442 / 4.23734
T20Colton Theaker363.7445 / 4.3734
22Liam Rickman35.53.7848 / 4.15733
23James Bass34.83.844 / 4.49728
T24Austin Kogan34.23.7844 / 3.96720
T24Giovanni Ferrero38.53.3544 / 3.91720
26Lucas Burrell30.34.1639 / 4.48719
27Max Hoskins37.83.3754 / 4.11715
28Kansei Matsuzawa32.53.8938 / 4.38714
29Vincent Gourley34.53.6851 / 3.85713
30Kristian Montalvan29.74.1442 / 4.17711
31Ian Hershey31.73.9230 / 4.19709
32Mack Flynn33.83.6444 / 3.94702
33Brayden Bayne33.23.6338 / 3.71695
34Owen Lynch34.83.4642 / 3.93694
35Joseph Firebaugh33.83.4941 / 4.27687
36LJ Harm28.839.842 / 4.41686
37Shane Nelson31.23.7236 / 4.24684
T38Fyodor Henrichs-Tarasenkov34.83.3139 / 3.73679
T38Lucas Froemel33.53.4442 / 3.48679
40Spencer Fiske363.1645 / 3.51676
41Mason Gessert34.83.1843 / 3.9666
42Spencer King32.73.3436 / 3.81661
T43Kyle Howie30.33.5145 / 3.93654
T43Ryan Woolley333.2442 / 3.35654
T45Duncan Schneible33.53.1741 / 3.71652
T45Kelson Cotner29.23.643 / 4.56652
47Steve Valle31.23.3443 / 3.18646
48Carlton Thai26.33.7829 / 3.94641
T49Carter Manwaring293.535 / 3.65640
T49Luke Matthews323.239 / 3.43640
T49Sonny Pitts293.530 / 4.03640
52Cristiano Rosa34.72.8840 / 3.27635
53Isaiah Apostol31.33.1538 / 3.3628
54Loreno Chavez-Borrelli30.33.2235 / 3.22625
55Dylan Lynch27.93.4530 / 3.71624
56Brian Batres24.53.7830 / 3.42623
57Kai Todd29.73.2435 / 3.56621
T58Jack Krill30.53.1440 / 3.51619
T58Jonathan Fobear322.9944 / 3.74619
60Aiden Luna27.83.3537 / 3.31613
61Regan Henshaw29.33.1941 / 3.06612
62Devon Lefebvre27.53.1130 / 3.44586
63Marko Dubak24.83.3730 / 3.56585
64Ryan DiDodo29.72.8432 / 2.95581
65Lason Napuunoa23.73.3732 / 3.07574
See you at a Chris Sailer Kicking Camp in 2022!

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Vegas XXXIX Kickoff Results

VEGAS XXXIX KICKOFF RESULTS (January 15-16, 2022)

Classes of 2025 & 2026

PlaceNameAvg. DistanceAvg. Hang TimeBest 1 BallScore
1Tyler Prasuhn56.43.2957 / 3.651140
2Ty Powell553.3556 / 3.411136
3Ayden Treadaway54.43.255 / 3.431104
4Noah McGough53.83.1954 / 3.211096
5Ryan Kobzeff51.83.2554 / 3.541087
6Ashton Zamani50.43.3250 / 3.521085
7Samuel Jacob52.23.1653 / 3.421075
8Franklin Wilcox52.63.0556 / 3.11060
9Ty Ackerman48.23.2451 / 3.271049
10Carter Sobel483.151 / 3.141023
11Max Thompson47.83.0648 / 3.311014
12Matthew Giumarra502.9150 / 3.141009
13Jackson Smith492.8254 / 3.18984
14Ruben Peck482.6449 / 2.68942
15Landon Mare47.62.6449 / 2.72938
16Hunter Mckee482.5253 / 2.6921
17Zayyir Miramontes 43.62.7446 / 2.84916
18Gavin Harvey45.82.5848 / 2.76910
19Clark Lemmermann42.22.7743 / 2.94906
20Dylan Freebury47.62.4556 / 3.09905
21Brock Seabaugh44.42.652 / 2.72899
22Quinn Kalpin40.62.6145 / 2.84863
23Max McCarthy34.22.0939 / 2.29708

Class of 2024

PlaceNameAvg. DistanceAvg. Hang TimeBest 1 BallScore
1Ryon Sayeri60.83.6565 / 3.641247
2Zach Marini60.63.663 / 3.821236
3Cayden Roberson 58.83.6761 / 3.91230
4Oliver Castaneda58.63.6360 / 3.631221
5Hunter Liszka573.6261 / 3.551204
6Nathan Hawkins58.43.359 / 3.51162
7Caden Chittenden58.23.2758 / 3.451154
8Patrick Durkin56.43.3558 / 3.491150
9Michael Salgado-Medina57.63.1760 / 3.521131
10Dylan Cunanan56.43.2356 / 3.51129
11Kanyon Floyd52.23.3860 / 3.621113
12Tyler Lobred49.43.553 / 3.561107
13Sam Pearman55.23.0759 / 3.461089
14Luke Scoma52.83.1755 / 3.281083
15Connor Tripp52.63.1454 / 3.311076
16Cooper Evans53.23.0961 / 3.461073
17Parker Hall52.83.1155 / 3.11072
18Fisher Brown54.6360 / 3.141071
19Devin Orr51.83.1355 / 3.511066
20Jon Richardson50.83.1255 / 3.421054
21Ashton Southam50.43.1258 / 3.141050
T22Brody Laga523.0262 / 3.21049
T22Gage Hurych52.4359 / 3.741049
24Salah Wahab48.83.0955 / 3.361029
25Dylan McDonald51.22.9353 / 31025
26Ethan Devers50.22.9554 / 3.541018
27Dominic Roman463.1456 / 3.081010
28Alexander McGregor49.82.9259 / 3.391009
29Jordan Westrich50.62.851 / 3.02996
30Sam Finnegan51.62.7366 / 3.41994
31Evan Vasquez47.42.9157 / 3.11983
T32Christopher Parra44354 / 3.33965
T32Kale Purvis472.8355 / 3.06965
34Marcus Lee442.8350 / 3.35935
35Brodie Kemp44.82.4358 / 3.15874

Class of 2023

PlaceNameAvg. DistanceAvg. Hang TimeBest 1 BallScore
1Mathias Brown643.969 / 4.031323
2Marcello Diomede67.23.6770 / 3.81314
3Nickolas Troemel62.63.8768 / 4.061303
4Dieter Kelly62.43.8666 / 3.861300
5Alan Zhao633.7365 / 3.751283
6Dax Iverson643.6267 / 3.631274
7Jayce Jones643.665 / 3.681270
8Kristian Johnson61.23.768 / 3.431260
9Kyle Cunanan623.6565 / 3.841259
10Troop O’Neal60.23.7364 / 3.921255
11Amel Hadzisabic58.83.860 / 3.821253
12Jacob Medina61.83.5768 / 3.51243
13Nicolas Radicic61.63.5565 / 3.571237
14Grant Meadors623.4965 / 3.531231
15Nicholas Clegg613.5472 / 3.871230
16Seth Turner59.83.5963 / 3.691226
17Lucas Bisazza61.23.4667 / 3.521218
18Palmer Williams61.23.4363 / 3.591212
19Dominick Bjodstrup603.4965 / 3.671211
20Jayden Rogers58.23.5460 / 3.721202
21Jordan Kapisi59.63.4564 / 3.61200
22Sam Taglia59.43.4461 / 3.411196
23David Waight55.83.6458 / 3.851195
24Tashi Dorje59.83.4263 / 3.731194
25Mack Mikko61.43.3163 / 3.651193
T26Jack Norell573.5458 / 3.711190
T26Tyler White593.4361 / 3.581190
T28Jacob Lawrence58.83.4263 / 3.471187
T28Westin Waters583.4760 / 3.71187
T30Clune Van Andel60.23.3165 / 3.271181
T30Gage Hammond59.83.3361 / 3.421181
32Christopher Messmore573.4559 / 3.571174
33JT Knobloch-Scott593.3163 / 3.391169
34Kevin Granados56.43.4558 / 3.621168
35Carston Kieffer583.3459 / 3.41165
36Caden Lawlor53.43.5755 / 3.621159
37Asa Johnson56.23.458 / 3.561157
38Kai Kluth57.63.370 / 3.671154
39David Olano56.63.3563 / 3.871152
40Michael Gleske573.3158 / 3.441149
T41Charles Viorel58.63.2163 / 3.471148
T41Quinton Pacheco55.63.3863 / 3.61148
43Brandon McCary57.63.2557 / 3.461145
T44Mason Schuster56.83.2859 / 3.251142
T44Zion Gonsalves53.83.4556 / 3.551142
46Spencer Jones56.83.2758 / 3.621140
47Abraham Maciel58.63.1459 / 3.231136
48Juan Enriquez57.23.265 / 3.71132
49Daniel Giusto55.43.2958 / 3.41130
50Nick Barrett60.4363 / 3.21129
51Sam Spence58.83.0860 / 3.571127
52Gregory Tripathi56.43.1961 / 3.391122
53Noah Soepardi57.43.1160 / 3.421118
54Lucas Berning543.2757 / 3.271112
55Carson Fiske52.63.3455 / 3.421111
56Ian Sanches51.23.4154 / 3.391109
57Ryan Millmore56.43.0959 / 3.521105
58Maxx Lawton533.2865 / 3.681104
59Anthony Hagan54.23.1855 / 3.481099
60Brysen Gardner53.83.1759 / 3.41093
61Danny Vuckovic53.43.1958 / 3.41092
T62Conner Cook53.83.1662 / 3.421091
T62Samir Lumba55.43.0761 / 3.281091
64Oshyn Ferreira53.23.1855 / 3.51089
65Osvaldo Gomez51.63.1655 / 3.221069
66Jack Peros572.8365 / 3.481065
67Tyler Simpson56.82.8258 / 3.651062
68AIdan Flintoft51.63.170 / 3.951059
69Lendua Raiyawa48.43.2848 / 3.431058
70AJ Young523.0255 / 3.341049
71Jaiden Espedas49.83.1450 / 3.231048
72Nathan Alexander55.22.8359 / 3.031047
T73Carlos Alvarado52.62.9767 / 3.231046
T73Sam Crickmar48.43.2153 3.311046
75Mason Krause50.43.0955 / 3.391045
76Andres Rodriguez52.22.9655 / 3.061040
77Edgar Hernandez-Hinojosa49.43.1149 / 3.311038
78Carter Stewart52.62.9257 / 3.181037
79Luis Marin48.83.1358 / 3.311036
80Caden Perry52.22.9359 / 3.391035
81Dawson Stine51.22.9758 / 3.521032
82Matthew Verdiell48.43.1252 / 3.21030
83Ryan Pimentel49.83.0351 / 3.41028
84Anthony Mendoza47.63.1158 / 3.651020
85Dane Casselberry51.82.8659 / 3.311019
86Colin Fratus53.62.761 / 3.441009
87Noe Avalos46.63.0852 / 3.271005
88Matthew Romero52.22.7155 / 2.96996
89Sean Stepenosky47.82.9150 / 3.14987
90Brandon Smith50.62.6757 / 3.21973
91Esteban Mendoza49.42.7254 / 3.26970
92Derrick Mejia412.8645 / 3.25911
93Bryce Olson46.22.5557 / 3.21908
94Max Doubek43.22.551 / 2.59870
95James Switzer372.4340 / 2.93795

Class of 2022, Junior College & Transfers

PlaceNameAvg. DistanceAvg. Hang TimeBest 1 BallScore
1Colton Theaker66.24.1268 / 4.281383
2Ray Vallee673.7866 / 3.991332
3Joseph Firebaugh64.43.6965 / 4.21290
4Dylan Lynch663.5264 / 3.981276
5Magnus Lepak62.43.6765 / 3.651266
6Kelson Cotner62.23.6669 / 3.961263
7Carlton Thai64.83.567 / 3.71261
T8Kyle Howie63.23.5969 / 3.81260
T8Ramon Villela61.43.6963 / 3.781260
10Austin Kogan62.83.664 / 3.651258
T11Liam Rickman61.63.6670 / 3.651257
T11Garth White63.43.5666 / 4.171257
13Sonny Pitts62.23.6266 / 3.641256
T14Logan South593.760 / 3.751238
T14Reed Harris613.5965 / 3.851238
16Max Walker63.63.4266 / 3.531235
17Evan Kiely60.63.5563 / 3.891227
18Cristiano Rosa60.23.5661 / 3.651225
19Luke Matthews61.63.4567 / 3.431220
20Kansei Matsuzawa60.83.4764 / 3.681215
21Loreno Chavez-Borrelli59.23.5462 / 3.681212
22Vincent Gourley60.43.4664 / 3.561210
23Kristian Montalvan60.43.4365 / 3.81204
24Ian Hershey56.43.6559 / 3.651203
T25Zachary Robbins58.23.5263 / 3.551198
T25Leonardo Guajardo613.3666 / 3.511198
T27Shane Nelson593.4361 / 3.651190
T27Alejandro Quintero61.63.2864 / 3.871190
29Cade Cox58.83.4162 / 3.751185
30Spencer Fiske55.63.5856 / 3.811183
31Joe Schepler58.63.464 / 3.431182
32Justin Cash58.23.4261 / 3.41181
33Lucas Burrell57.23.4658 / 3.51178
34Joshua Bertrand57.83.4159 / 3.511175
35Giovanni Ferrero58.83.3460 / 3.671173
36Lason Napuunoa57.23.4263 / 3.591171
37Ryan Woolley54.83.5155 / 3.651162
38Jack Krill56.63.3661 / 3.321154
39Macray Madruga58.23.2561 / 3.61151
40Daniel Burke56.83.2758 / 3.561140
41Spencer King58.83.1460 / 3.51138
42Moz Bojorquez54.43.3959 / 3.681137
43Duncan Schneible56.43.2658 / 3.561135
44Joey Newell59.23.0964 / 3.651133
45Isaiah Apostol53.83.3856 / 3.321130
46Aidan Petruescu612.9268 / 3.651121
47Jonathan Fobear51.83.457 / 3.431113
48Aiden Luna56.43.0660 / 3.261100
T49James Bass53.43.2357 / 3.41099
T49Lucas Froemel58.42.9462 / 3.181099
51Fyodor Henrichs-Tarasenkov54.63.162 / 3.441089
52Trevor Miller54.43.0863 / 3.461083
53Owen Lynch54.83.0264 / 3.511077
54Marko Dubak56.22.9158 / 3.541071
55Brian Batres50.63.2258 / 3.581070
56Devon Lefebvre50.63.1558 / 3.211057
57Zechariah Ramirez49.23.258 / 3.381052
58Carter Manwaring482.9959 / 3.451003
59Brayden Bayne51.22.7955 / 3.61000
61Regan Henshaw48.22.8156 / 3.02974
62Steve Valle47.42.8351 / 3.04969
See you at a Chris Sailer Kicking in 2022!

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Rankings & Ratings Explained

Here is a detailed explanation of how Chris Sailer Kicking Rankings and Ratings are compiled.

1. We will only rank a player that we have seen in person or who have completed a Chris Sailer Kicking Virtual Evaluation using CSK Standardized Testing.  An in person evaluation can be at a private lesson, group lesson, camp, or national event run by Chris Sailer Kicking. College camps are NOT taken into consideration. Virtual Evaluations are done by registering on ChrisSailerKicking.com and following the exact format required. The evaluation must and will only be done by Chris Sailer or a Chris Sailer Kicking Senior Staff Member. We do not use anyone outside of the company for evaluations.  This is the only way we can assure 100% accuracy.

2.  Our rankings are mostly subjective, not simply objective.  We focus on our evaluation, not just stats.  Stats may be misleading at times.  We are the professionals at what we do.  Our rankings will take the following criteria into consideration: 1. Current Skill Level, 2. Potential Skill Level, 3. Performance Under Pressure.  We look for the following: technique, strength, leg speed, athleticism, mental toughness, competitiveness, confidence, tee sizes to name a few.

3. The Star Rating & Ranking system is as follows.  After every camp, we evaluate each player.  They are then added to or adjusted on the PLAYER RANKINGS site of Chris Sailer Kicking.com

Number Ranking System:
Will list the exact number rank of the player from (#1 through #……)  #1 being the very best in the nation, and so on.

The Star Rating and the Number Ranking is an evaluation based each players ability at that time of their career.  So, younger players usually do not receive 4 and 5 star rankings right away.  Older players earn the higher ratings as they begin to show more of the criteria necessary to be considered a top college prospect.  Rankings change on a daily basis.  You can always improve your rank the next time we see you or you complete a virtual evaluation.

*Understand, rankings are not complete until fall camp begins your freshman year of college.  We will see new players daily and the rankings will constantly be updated.  You have to work to maintain or increase your ranking.  You are only as good as the last time we saw you.  We cannot predict the future.  You will see that we will list (Student Since: – to show when we first evaluated a player & Last Evaluation: – to show the last time we evaluated that player).  These pieces of information will help both the players and college coaches better understand the accuracy of the rating and ranking.

4.  Once a player is ranked you are in our system, you will remain ranked until you begin your fall camp as a freshman in college.  You will never be dropped in the rankings.  However as we see new players or current players improve their ranking, you will slide naturally.  Again rankings are not complete until fall camp begins your freshman year of college.  That is when the rankings are as accurate as can be and are removed from the website.  You can increase your ranking by attending any future lesson, camp, event or virtual evaluation.  A rating and ranking becomes much more accurate the more often we see a player.  We see improvement, we get to know a player mentally, and the player generally becomes much better physically and technically.  A college coach will always ask the question, “How many times have you worked with him?”  Why?  Because he wants to be sure that our evaluation is accurate and not a fluke.  He wants to be sure that we know that player mentally as well as possible before a large scholarship investment is made by the University.   Certain players are phenoms and earn 6 or 5 star rankings right off the bat.  It is just a no brainer.  But most must work hard to establish consistency and improvement over time.  Our confidence in you as a player is a BIG DEAL.  We have to know who and what it is we are recommending.

5. Once a player is ranked, we do not use season stats as a major factor to adjust rankings.  Because there are so many factors out of your control at the high school level (coach, opportunities, snapper, holder, field condition, etc.) most players never get the chance to put up big numbers – this will not hurt you.  Both we and college coaches understand this.  But, if you happen to be fortunate enough to put up great stats, this can help you.  We don’t put a huge amount of stock in your season stats, but a good season can definitely help prove that you are consistent over time and that you can perform well under pressure.

6.  Vegas statistics, Rising Seniors Invitational statistics, Underclassmen Invitational statistics.  Yes, they are great as they give us all something to look at.  However, they are NOT the only factor we take into consideration when updating the rankings.  They are a piece of the puzzle for sure, but there are many factors (see above #’s 1-7).  Please do not just look at the stats and send us a spreadsheet as to why you should be ranked ahead of someone else.  I promise you, we do a thorough evaluation that looks at all your kicks from the start to finish of any camp.  And we take into consideration past camp performances.  A bad statistical day isn’t going to effect the great statistical days that a player may have had in the past.  The statistics from Vegas, the Rising Seniors Invitational or the Underclassmen Invitational are big for many reasons, but please remember that we look at EVERYTHING.

7.  The Kicking and Punting Rankings are completely separate.  One does not effect the other and vice versa.  However, doing well in both is always a positive for college coaches.  Combo players are rare and are a hot commodity. You will always get ranked on your position of strength, unless you can prove without a doubt that you are a standout at both.

I am very confident in our player evaluations having 20+ years of experience. The ranking / rating is intended to help each player find the right college fit for THEM.  If you are ranked that is a tremendous accomplishment.  You should be proud of yourself.  No matter the ranking/rating, use it as motivation to continue to improve.  Remember, you are only in High School or Junior College.  This is only the beginning.  Keep working hard and you will achieve your goals.  We are here to help you reach your goals.  We are always here as a reference for you.  Please be sure to list Chris Sailer Kicking and contact information on all of your social media as well as in your correspondence with college coaches. I promise you, college coaches will notice.

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Week 6 College Players of the Week, Jake Verity & Tucker Day Honored!

Each week Chris Sailer Kicking will select College Players of the Week based off of performances from that week only.  Players selected are students of Chris Sailer Kicking and must have attended Chris Sailer Kicking camps or lessons.

Chris Sailer Kicking College KICKERS of the Week:

Week 3: Jose Borregales (Miami) 4-4 Field Goals (Long 57), 5-5 Extra Points

Week 4: Evan McPherson (Florida) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 55), 6-6 Extra Points

Week 5: Brayden Narveson (Western Kentucky) 2-2 Field Goals (Long 53), 2-2 Extra Points

Week 6: Jake Verity (East Carolina) 3-4 Field Goals (Long 42), 5-5 Extra Points

Chris Sailer Kicking College PUNTERS of the Week:

Week 3: McKay Taylor (Campbell) 45.7 Punt Average on 3 Punts (Long 51)

Week 4: Jake Camarda (Georgia) 49.9 Yard Punt Average on 7 Punts (Long 63)

Week 5: Porter Wilson (Duke) 45.4 Yard Punt Average on 9 Punts (Long 63)

Week 6: Tucker Day (Mississippi State) 59.6 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 66)

50+ Yard Field Goals

Week 4: Evan McPherson (Florida) 55, Jake Oldroyd (Air Force) 54, Christopher Dunn (NC State) 53, Jacob Barnes (Louisiana Tech) 51, Blake Lynch (Kansas State) 50.

Week 5: Brayden Narveson (Western Kentucky) 53.

Week 6: Brian Johnson (Virginia Tech) 55, Evan McPherson (Florida) 53, Blake Lynch (Kansas State) 53, Bijan Nichols (Navy) 50.

Lou Groza Award Stars of the Week (3 selected each week)
*Chris Sailer is on the Voting Committee for the prestigious award

Week 4: Evan McPherson (Florida), Brandon Ruiz (Mississippi State)

Week 5: Connor Assalley (Iowa State)

Week 6: Jake Verity (East Carolina)

Stay tuned as each week, Chris Sailer Kicking will update you on Chris Sailer Kicking in College Football!

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Week 5 College Players of the Week, Brayden Narveson & Porter Wilson Honored!

Each week Chris Sailer Kicking will select College Players of the Week based off of performances from that week only.  Players selected are students of Chris Sailer Kicking and must have attended Chris Sailer Kicking camps or lessons.

Chris Sailer Kicking College KICKERS of the Week:

Week 3: Jose Borregales (Miami) 4-4 Field Goals (Long 57), 5-5 Extra Points

Week 4: Evan McPherson (Florida) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 55), 6-6 Extra Points

Week 5: Brayden Narveson (Western Kentucky) 2-2 Field Goals (Long 53), 2-2 Extra Points

Chris Sailer Kicking College PUNTERS of the Week:

Week 3: McKay Taylor (Campbell) 45.7 Punt Average on 3 Punts (Long 51)

Week 4: Jake Camarda (Georgia) 49.9 Yard Punt Average on 7 Punts (Long 63)

Week 5: Porter Wilson (Duke) 45.4 Yard Punt Average on 9 Punts (Long 63)

50+ Yard Field Goals

Week 4: Evan McPherson (Florida) 55, Jake Oldroyd (Air Force) 54, Christopher Dunn (NC State) 53, Jacob Barnes (Louisiana Tech) 51, Blake Lynch (Kansas State) 50.

Week 5: Brayden Narveson (Western Kentucky) 53.

Lou Groza Award Stars of the Week (3 selected each week)
*Chris Sailer is on the Voting Committee for the prestigious award

Week 4: Evan McPherson (Florida), Brandon Ruiz (Mississippi State)

Week 5: Connor Assalley (Iowa State)

Stay tuned as each week, Chris Sailer Kicking will update you on Chris Sailer Kicking in College Football!

Will you be next? See you this Fall at a Chris Sailer Kicking Camp Near You!

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2020 TX Spring Punters Only Camp Recap – Connor Dailey Wins The Inaugural Punting Camp!

The first PuntFactory Punters Only Camp took place this past weekend on March 8th in Dallas, Texas. In association with Chris Sailer Kicking, the camp took place at LD Bell High School, and was ran by Aaron Perez, the National Director of Punting of CSK. The PuntFactory will run camps in Dallas, Los Angeles, Charlotte, Atlanta & Chicago this Spring in its first wave of camps in 2020!

Aaron Perez leading the way in TX

This camp series, designed specifically for the development of both punters and combo players looking to improve their punting, is the first camp in the country for only punting! Here is a recap of the day.

Overall Camp Champion – Connor Dailey (2021, TX)
Connor had a great, consistent day punting the football. During the morning training portion of camp, Dailey was very consistent and smooth punting with a very stiff & strong wind present throughout the session. His directional punting was on point hitting several balls 40+ yards, with 4.5 seconds of hang both directional right and directional left into the wind.
However, it was his performance in the afternoon competitions and charting sessions that set Dailey apart. Connor won the Head to Head bracket competition, and during this competition he hit some of his best punts of the day, with several punts traveling 50+ yards and well over 4.5 – 4.6 seconds of hangtime. Connor’s best punt from the charting session was 59 yards with 4.8 seconds of hangtime. Overall a great day for this talented athlete!

Last Man Standing Winner – Jack McCallister (2021, WA)
The long time Chris Sailer Kicking combo player won the last man standing competition and was extremely solid and consistent all day. Jack is a big, strong punter who flew down to Texas all the way from Washington! In the morning training session, Jack punted very well directionally and into the wind. His best punts went 42-45 yards with over 4.4 seconds of hang time. In the afternoon during the charting phase, Jack hit several balls 50+ yards and over 4.3 seconds of hangtime, with his best punt going 56 yards with 4.4 seconds of hangtime. A truly solid, consistent day for this young man.

Class of 2023 Standouts: Tyler White
Class of 2022 Standouts: Brooke Honore, Kai Todd, Carter Brown, Connor Nolan, Nick Conforti
Class of 2021 Standouts: Connor Dailey, Jack McCallister, Jake Gaster, Tyson Giles, Jonathan Dilam

The PuntFactory Spring Camp Series is scheduled to go to Los Angeles, CA on April 5th.

Visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com to register and get information for all future Punter Only Camps!

Puntfactory #TeamSailer

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2020 NC & GA Spring Camp Recap – McFerson & Britton Step Up!

The 2020 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour is officially underway. Over 1000 athletes will participate in camps in So. Cal, NC, GA, WA, TX, IL, Nor Cal, MA & NV. The road all leads to the most popular specialist camp in the world… Vegas XXXVI (May 9-10, 2020).

Stops were made in Charlotte, NC & Atlanta, GA March 7th and 8th. The talent was off the charts. Take a look at the results…

Overall Camp Champions

Charlotte, NC
Bryce McFerson (2022, NC)
Bryce is a fantastic high school punting and kicking prospect. On this day he came through winning the punting competition. Bryce easily averages 40+ yards with 4.4+ hang time. He also shows that he can hit 50+ yard punts with 4.75+ hang time. He is currently ranked the #1 Punter in the Class of 2022 and should continue to battle for that spot the next few years. Bryce is also an excellent kicker. He is a top combo prospect without a doubt.

Atlanta, GA
Anderson Britton (2022, GA)
Anderson is an excellent up and coming kicking prospect. He is a great looking athlete with a bright future. He won the Field Goal Competition by going 7-8 including kicks of 35, 40, 45, 50, 52, 55 and 56 yards. Anderson is also a top kickoff specialist. He drives the ball into the end zone consistently with solid hang time. Anderson is a competitor that thrives under pressure. Big things ahead.

Competition Champions

Charlotte, NC
Field Goal & Kickoff ChampionDamian Ramos (2021, MD)
The long time Chris Sailer Kicking student had his best camp performance yet. Damian won both the Field Goal and Kickoff Competitions beating out an incredible field of talent. He went 7-8 on field goal with a long of 59 yards. His kickoffs averaged 65+ yards, with 3.8+ hang time. Damian is hitting stride during a crucial time in recruiting. Look for him to continue this strong run at Vegas XXXVI in May. He should challenge for a TOP 12 Spot.

Damian Ramos & Bryce McFerson

Atlanta, GA
Kickoff & Punting Champion – Connor Weselman (2021, GA)
Connor was absolutely dominant at his first Chris Sailer Kicking camp. The 6’4”, 190 pound athlete is a phenomenal all around D1 prospect. He won the Kickoff Competition by averaging 65+ yards, with 3.75+ hang time. His field goals are also solid. Punting is his biggest strength. Connor easily averages 43+ yards, with 4.6+ hang time. His best ball on the day measured 55 yards, with 5.20 hang time. He is a scholarship pick without a doubt. OFFER NOW!!!

Camp Standouts

Class of 2020: Andrew Brown, Jacob Waters

Class of 2021: Connor Weselman, Damian Ramos, JT Carver, Jake Marion, Michael Hughes, Yanni Volas, Caleb Bonesteel, Conor Cummins, Ivan Shuran, Teagan Lenderink, Walker Smith, Jeff Yurk, Ethan Youmans, Hunter Crute, Joel Mindek, Luke Wayson, Matthew Wilderson, Nick Mantekas, Braeden Haynes, Ben Kendall, Brock Pellegrino, Dalton McGowan, Hudson Standfast, Caden Baughman, Leonardo Zuazo, Matthew Rowley, Austin Leonard, Jackson Mammano, Sam Lawrence, Josh McLemore, Justin Davis.

TOP 12 Camp Invitees: Jake Marion, Michael Hughes & Jeff Yurk

Class of 2022: Bryce McFerson, Andrerson Britton, Upton Ballenfant, Ethan Sanchez, Garrison Rippa, Riley Sullivan, Giovanni Martinez, Benjamin Samuel, Andrew Scott, Andrew Christopher, Jonathan Simmons, Leo Low, Aaron Conant, Todd Pelino.

Class of 2023: Alex Davis, Samir Atassi, Sam Spence, William Poole, Benjamin Novotny, Tyler Bell, Wes Dunlap, Jackson McCook.

Future Stars: JD Gregory, Justin Long, Tyler Denny, Jacob Carter, James Norton, Jake Spadavecchia, Jermey Brown.

Here is the full 2020 Camp Schedule…

Instruction, Competition, Evaluation & National Rankings at ALL CSK Camps!
Aaron Perez is the National Director of Punting and will lead these camps!

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Which CSK Summer Camps / Summer Training Program Should I Attend in 2020?

Chris Sailer Kicking… exactly what I recommend for you during the summer of 2020 (organized by State & Graduating Class).

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

Southern California Kickers & Combo Players

1. Summer Training Program (May 18 – July 10)

Options
Chino – Joey Cejudo
Santa Clarita – Cole Murphy
San Diego – Cole Murphy

Joey Cejudo
Cole Murphy

2. CA Summer Camp – June 15

3. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

Southern California Punters

1. Summer Training Program (May 18 – July 10)

Options
Burbank – Aaron Perez (Chris Sailer)

Aaron Perez

2. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

Illinois Kickers & Combo Players

1. Summer Training Program (May 27 – July 1)

Options
Chicago – Chris Nendick

Chris Nendick (Right)

2. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

Illinois Punters

1. Private Lessons with Chris Nendick 630-730-7181 or Aaron Perez 818-321-6750 by appointment

2. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

Georgia Kickers & Combo Players

1. Summer Training Program (May 18 – July 10)

Options
Atlanta – Obi Egekeze (Cole Fisher)

Obi Egekeze

2. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

Georgia Punters

1. Private Lessons with Obi Egekeze 706-627-5111 or Aaron Perez 818-321-6750 by appointment

2. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

North Carolina Kickers & Combo Players

1. Summer Training Program (May 18 – July 10)

Options
Charlotte – Obi Egekeze

2. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

North Carolina Punters

1. Private Lessons with Chris Nendick 706-627-5111 or Aaron Perez 818-321-6750 by appointment

2. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

Ohio Kickers & Combo Players

1. Summer Training Program (May 18 – July 10)

Options
Columbus – Drew Basil

Drew Basil

2. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

Ohio Punters

1. Private Lessons with Drew Basil 740-703-2600 or Aaron Perez 818-321-6750 by appointment

2. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

Texas Kickers & Combo Players

1. Summer Training Program (May 18 – July 10)

Options
Houston – Robbie Hersch

2. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

Texas Punters

1. Private Lessons with Carson Wiggs 214-477-0067, Robbie Hersch 281-323-0001 or Aaron Perez 818-321-6750 by appointment

2. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

Arizona Kickers & Combo Players

1. Summer Training Program (May 18 – July 10)

Options
Gilbert – Garrett Owens

Garrett Owens

2. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

Arizona Punters

1. Private Lessons with Garrett Owens 805-458-4708 or Aaron Perez 818-321-6750 by appointment

2. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

Nevada Kickers & Combo Players

1. Summer Training Program (May 18 – July 10)

Options
Las Vegas – Nolan Kohorst
Reno – Quinton Conaway & Spencer Pettit

Nolan Kohorst
Quinton Conaway
Spencer Pettit (Left)

2. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

Nevada Punters

1. Private Lessons with Nolan Kohorst 702-401-7658, Quinton Conaway 405-229-6400 or Aaron Perez 818-321-6750 by appointment

2. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

MORE LOCATIONS TO BE ADDED SOON….. STAY TUNED

(Other States) Kickers & Combo Players
*Out of range of a summer training program

1. Virtual Lessons

Options
Carson Wiggs – 214-477-0067
Obi Egekeze – 706-627-5111

2. Private Lessons by appointment. Call Samantha Haines to book: 208-582-0461

3. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

(Other States) Punters
*Out of range of a summer training program

1. Virtual Lessons

Options
Aaron Perez – 818-321-6750

2. Private Lessons with Aaron Perez 818-321-6750 by appointment

3. Invitational Week (Los Angeles, CA)

Options
Underclassmen Invitational – July 16-17 (Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 Kickers & Punters)
Rising Seniors Invitational – July 11-12 (Class of 2021 Kickers & Punters)
College Camp – June 12-14 (Class of 2020, Junior College & 4-Year College Kickers & Punters)

*** Register for all Camps & Training Programs on www.ChrisSailerKicking.com
*** Contact Samantha Haines with any questions Samantha@ChrisSailerKicking.com or 208-582-0461

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2020 CA Spring Recap – Ricardo Chavez Wins It!

The 2020 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour is officially underway. Over 1000 athletes will participate in camps in So. Cal, NC, GA, WA, TX, IL, Nor Cal, MA & NV. The road all leads to the most popular specialist camp in the world.. Vegas XXXVI (May 9-10).

The first stop of the tour took place in Los Angeles, CA on Sunday March 1st. Take a look at the results…

Overall Camp Champion – Ricardo Chavez (JC, CA)
Ricardo was impressive from start to finish. The 1st year JC prospect showed great promise as both a Kicker and Punter. He won the Punt competition by averaging 40+ yards, with 4.4+ hang time. Ricardo was smooth and accurate on field goal. His kickoffs are college ready. Look for Ricardo to dominate Vegas XXXVI in May. He has a bright future.

Ricardo Chavez is a Junior College Class of 2021 Prospect.

Field Goal ChampionJosh Bryan (2021, CA)
The #1 Kicker in the nation continues to prove his dominance. The 3-Time TOP 12 Camp Invitee is special. He won the field goal competition by connecting from 35, 40, 45, 48, 51, 56 and 60 yards. His kickoffs are D1 ready. Josh is also a more than capable Punter. Look for Josh to dominate the 2020 off season picking up multiple scholarship offers.

Kickoff Champion – Denis Lynch (2021, CA)
The first time Chris Sailer Kicking student made a fantastic first impression. He has a big time leg and endless potential. Denis won the kickoff competition by consistently putting the ball in the back of the endzone with 3.7+ hang time. The lefty also showed great range on field goal. I look forward to helping this excellent prospect develop his game. Denis should challenge for a TOP 12 Spot at Vegas XXXVI.

Competition Champions: Denis Lynch (KO), Ricardo Chavez (Punt) & Josh Bryan (FG)

Class of 2021 Standouts: Ricardo Chavez, Josh Bryan, Denis Lynch, Andre, Meono, Abiel Lepe, Dane Voorhees, Bryan Ryks, Gabriel Chavers, Gavin Dalziel, Ian Hawkins, Ivan Shuran, Jack McCallister, Justin Sampson, Richie Brutto, Kevin Ryan, Luke Caufield, Xander Broschetti.

Class of 2022 Standouts: Tate Zimmerman, Aidan Petruescu, Ayden Angeles, Brady Weinberg, Brayden Bayne, Evan Molina, Joey Cheek, Matthew Gerardo, Miller Combs, Thomas Rohrer, Nick Helton, Marcus Merkelbach, Lucas Clanton, Kian Afrookhteh, Joshua Leff, Jeremy Ramirez.

Class of 2023 Standouts: Grant Meadors, Diego Caal, Nathan Alexander.

Future Stars: Brodie Kemp.

Here is the full 2020 Camp Schedule…

Instruction, Competition, Evaluation & National Rankings at ALL CSK Camps!

Chris Sailer Kicking is offering additional camps for PUNTERS in 2020.

Aaron Perez is the National Director of Punting and will lead these camps!

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