Chris Sailer Kicking – CA Spring Camp Recap

The 2015 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour is under way.  Chris Sailer Kicking & Rubio Long Snapping will train hundreds of specialists this spring, culminating with Vegas XXVI (May 29-30).  Training, Exposure, “Event Elite” & Scholarships all coming up!  The first stop was Los Angeles, CA (March 1) where well over 100 specialists from over 10 states gathered.  The talent was tremendous.  Take a look at the results.

Camp Champion: Jake Ambrose (2015, JC) – Jake was on his “A” game all day long.  The talented JUCO player consistently hit balls 45 plus yards, with 4.5 plus second hang time.  The veteran CSK Punter is ready for D1 College Football.

Field Goal & Kickoff Champion: Brandon Gracia (2016, JC) – The new “TOP 12” Member (earned in Vegas this past January) was stellar from start to finish.  Easily the top overall performer on the day, Brandon continues to impress.  He has launched himself into the national spotlight with 4 straight big time camp performances.  Look for Brandon to be a top, if not THE top, Junior College Kicker in America next season.

Field Goal Champion: Jordan Choukair (2015, CA) – The high school senior proved that he belongs amongst the best in the nation.  He is extremely consistent on field goals and shows 55-yard range.  His kickoffs and punts were also impressive.  Jordan has all the tools to compete and earn a starting position at any level of college football.

Best of the Rest: Jamie Sutcliffe (2015, JC) – The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking veteran was outstanding once again.  His “A” ball is as good as any 2015 recruit in the nation.  His kickoffs are also D1 ready right now.  Jamie is the top kicker in America currently unsigned.  Offer Now!!!

More Class of 2015 Standouts: Diego Marquez, Andrew Strauch, Ethan Erickson, Gavin Scully, Jose Elizondo, Gage Wilson, James Husebo, Ruben Guzman, Aidan Daily, Derek Perez.

Class of 2016 Standouts: Andrew Rodriguez, Crawford Pierson, Jared Porter, Kevin Neitzke, Kyle Coale, Matt Blair, Mitchell Souza, Nathan Hierlihy, Elias Deeb, Christopher Stalter, JD Algandar.

Class of 2017 Future Stars: Diego Cacho-Souza, Hunter Welch, Peyton Henry, Torre Zolferino, Trevor Bowens, Ethan Smith, Tanner Carcamo, Gabriel Dunkle, Clyde Hovsepian, Johan Zetterberg, Jonathan Clarizio, Daniel Mojarro, Hunter Nicholas.

Class of 2018 Players to Watch: Campbell Geddes, Corey Bell, Michael Ray, Ajay Culhane, Ramzee Jaridly (2019).

Chris Sailer Kicking will next make stops in Dallas, TX (March 15), Charlotte, NC (March 28), Atlanta, GA (March 29), Chicago, IL (April 12), Los Angeles, CA (May 3) & finally Las Vegas, NV (Vegas XXVI May 9-10).

2015 Chris Sailer Kicking Schedule

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Vegas XXV Initial Round Field Goal Results

VEGAS XXV – Initial Round Field Goal Results
Class of 2018 /2019
Place Name Score
1 Brown, Robert 9
2 Simpson, Luke 6
T3 Power, Isaac 5
T3 Reichard, Willl (19) 5
5 Ahn, Phillip 4
T6 Berman, Chase 3
T6 Sanborn, Ryan (19) 3
T8 Bell, Corey 2
T8 Lipel, Jonah 2
T10 Calvert, Connor 1
T10 Fukuroda, Tyler 1
T10 Johnson, Cole (19) 1
T13 Jaridly, Ramzee (19) 0
T13 March, Jared 0
T13 Whipple, Gabriel (19) 0
Class of 2017
Place Name Score
1 Ruiz, Brandon 11
T2 Carrasco, Eric 10
T2 Sentkowski, Kyle 10
T2 Stack, Adam 10
T2 Welch, Hunter 10
T6 Moehring, Hayden 9
T6 Papazian, Brian 9
T6 Swartz, Jacob 9
9 Poinsette, Joel 8
T10 Andrade, Carter 7
T10 Bowens, Trevor 7
T10 Moreton, Connor 7
T10 Padilla, Tyler 7
T14 Brake, Caleb 6
T14 Bunnell, Liam 6
T14 Doerer, Jonathan 6
T14 Hellen, Matt 6
T14 Kukahiko, Kalani 6
T14 Pace, Geoffrey 6
T14 Ryerse, Grant 6
T14 Zetterberg, Johan 6
T22 Bulovas, Joseph 5
T22 Carlson, Dylan 5
T22 Chan, Jeffrey 5
T22 Fuller, Asa 5
T22 Graham, Cooper 5
T22 Harwell, Ryan 5
T22 Horiates, Nick 5
T22 Johnson, Chandler 5
T22 Munoz, Javi 5
T22 Salani, Marco 5
T22 Zolferino, Torre 5
T33 Cacho-Sousa, Diego 4
T33 Carius, Liam 4
T33 Coale, William 4
T33 Cooper, Jack 4
T33 Edwards, Josh 4
T33 Grant, Josh 4
T33 Henry, Peyton 4
T33 Keefer, Brandon 4
T33 Leisle, Michael 4
T33 McGrath, Chase 4
T33 Meyer, Tristan 4
T33 Pontiff, Gabe 4
T33 Saros, Zack 4
T33 Schroeder, Bailey 4
T33 Strickland, Bryce 4
T48 Bazarevitsch, Matt 3
T48 Fitzgerald, Ryan 3
T48 Galbo, Jake 3
T48 Howell, Clayton 3
T48 Nixon, Cole 3
T48 Siegel, Chase 3
T54 Hawk, Hayden 2
T54 McCartney, Grant 2
T54 Stearns, Zach 2
Class of 2016
Place Name Score
1 Stalter, Christopher 15
T2 Barbir, Alex 12
T2 Riccitelli, Collin 12
T2 Wall, Brad 12
T5 Medina, Jamie 11
T5 Roehler, Griffin 11
T5 Stoney, Jacob 11
T8 Agritelley, Ethan 10
T8 Kujawski, Seth 10
T8 Noyes, Edwin 10
T8 Riethman, Drew 10
T8 Sasaoka, Kekoa 10
T8 Siemieniec, Gabriel 10
T8 Southam, Skyler 10
T8 Wasson, Mitchell 10
T16 Alerding, Vincent 9
T16 Blair, Matt 9
T16 Culp, Connor 9
T16 Esposito, Parker 9
T16 Hadfield, Braden 9
T16 Hampton, Butch 9
T16 Kubin, Jacob 9
T16 Kuljian, Tanner 9
T16 Molson, JJ 9
T16 Roberts, Jake 9
T16 Scott, Charlie 9
T16 Thompson, Mateo 9
T28 Cook, Thomas 8
T28 Dorn, Jimmy 8
T28 Farlow, Brady 8
T28 Glaess, Zach 8
T28 Holt, Crews 8
T28 Logan, Luke 8
T28 Lyons, Holden 8
T28 Moreno, Alex 8
T28 Morris, Jackson 8
T28 Patterson, Blake 8
T28 Pierson, Crawford 8
T39 Albert, David 7
T39 Boermeester, Kevin 7
T39 Coale, Kyle 7
T39 Dellinger, JD 7
T39 Gardner, Gavin 7
T39 Gomez, Montana 7
T39 Keon, Kaden 7
T39 Mullins, Dalton 7
T39 Pawloski, Jack 7
T39 Price, Davis 7
T39 Rattigan, Aidan 7
T39 Smolar, Jared 7
T39 Wengierski, John 7
T52 Corbett, Kyle 6
T52 Fitschen, Jerry 6
T52 Fudge, Trenton 6
T52 Harvill, Nolan 6
T52 Hutchinson, Sean 6
T52 Kenworthy, Alvin 6
T52 Kiser, Harrison 6
T52 Kuhne, Caleb 6
T52 McDaid, Jonathan 6
T52 Porter, Jared 6
T52 Quintero, Ricardo 6
T52 Raborn, Bailey 6
T52 Santos, Mauricio 6
T52 Stewart, Christian 6
T52 Tarbox, Henry 6
T52 Young, Jonn 6
T68 Ball, Noah 5
T68 Brown, Michael 5
T68 Milstein, Oren 5
T68 Selsor, Mikey 5
T68 Toner, Jet 5
T68 Wilkinson, Cody 5
T74 Atkeson, Henry 4
T74 Callan, Ryan 4
T74 De Jager, Nathan 4
T74 Guay, Ryley 4
T74 Lorenz, Colby 4
T74 Loy, Sam 4
T74 McKeague, Justin Patrick 4
T74 Neitzke, Kevin 4
T74 Nichols, William 4
T74 Olesniewicz, Jacob 4
T74 Rodriguez, Andrew 4
T74 Romo, Parker 4
T74 Schramm, Christopher 4
T87 Amrhein, Matthew 3
T87 Assalley, Connor 3
T87 Brunner, Noah 3
T87 Burton, Josh 3
T87 Claphan, Sterling 3
T87 Clark, Jaxon 3
T87 Grimes, Tyler 3
T87 Kanthack, Tristan 3
T87 Souza, Mitchell 3
T87 Swenson, Jared 3
T87 Wielenga, Alex 3
T98 Alfaro, Martin 2
T98 Garber, Brady 2
T98 Jones, Scott 2
T98 Musso, Nathan 2
102 Lewis, Cord 1
T103 Basco, Daryian 0
T103 Navarro, Marco 0
Class of 2015
Place Name Score
1 Kreitenberg, Ben 14
T2 Creque, Blanton 13
T2 Kinney, Alex 13
T2 Robledo, Kevin 13
5 Conaway, Quinton 12
T6 Coffey, Nathan 10
T6 Cusick, Blake 10
T6 Erickson, Ethan 10
T6 Pettit, Spencer 10
T6 Rodriguez, Ryan 10
T11 Baer, Ethan 9
T11 Chadwick, Alec 9
T11 Gogol, Joey 9
T11 Keenan, McLane 9
T11 LeCorre, Patrick 9
T11 Marrone, Nick 9
T11 Ramming, James 9
T11 Simpson, Zach 9
T11 Soslow, Jack 9
T11 Walter, Adam 9
T21 Fisher, Cory 8
T21 Howard, Logan 8
T21 Norblom, Lucas 8
T24 Fenleson, Sam 7
T24 Gerarden, Robbie Jo 7
T24 Katona, Abraham 7
T24 Redford, Thomas 7
T24 Scully, Gavin 7
T29 Bass, Tyler 6
T29 Boham, Joshua 6
T29 Boyd, Ryan 6
T29 Castro, Sal 6
T29 Kaufman, Sean 6
T29 Kiser, Travis 6
T29 Schafer, Brett 6
T29 Terry, Kyler 6
T29 Thomas, Greg 6
T29 Tulare, Tyler 6
T29 Watkins, Vincent 6
T40 Brewer, Colin 5
T40 Clampitt, Chase 5
T40 Clevenger, Wyatt 5
T40 Hutchins, Greg 5
T40 Johnson, Aedan 5
T40 LaManque, Adam 5
T46 Barber, Matt 4
T46 Biggerstaff, Mason 4
T46 Perez, Rafael 4
T46 Ramey, Cole 4
T46 Strauch, Andrew 4
T51 Elizondo, Jose 3
T51 Gomez, Chile 3
T51 Mercado, Isaac 3
T51 Tamburo, Riggs 3
T55 Perez, Jacob 2
T55 Eisendrath, Ryan 2
T55 Rabine, Chris 2
Junior College / Transfer
Place Name Score
1 Gracia, Brandon 12
2 Sutcliffe, Jamie 11
T3 Eyman, Casey 9
T3 Kreitz, Eric 9
T5 Harris, Erik 8
T5 Houston, JD 8
T7 Garcia, Eddie 7
T7 Guerra, Tavis 7
T7 King, Josh 7
T7 Lindenman, Blayke 7
T7 Marquez, Diego 7
T7 Perez, Derek 7
14 Murray, Patrick 6
T15 Boyd, Zachary 5
T15 Diorio, Dayton 5
T15 Miranda, Jesus 5
T15 Quinn, Christopher 5
T15 Sotoodeh, Rustin 5
T20 Hierlihy, Nathan 4
T20 Pena, Vincente 4
22 McLaughlin, Cayden 3
23 Burns, Benjamin 2

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Vegas XXV Kickoff Results

VEGAS XXV – Kickoff Results
Class of 2018 / 2019
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
T1 Brown, Robert 49 3.19 50 / 3.44
T1 Reichard, Willl (19) 49.2 3.09 50 / 3.25
3 Fukuroda, Tyler 48.5 2.99 48 / 3/31
4 Johnson, Cole (19) 48.5 2.94 55 / 3.40
5 Power, Isaac 48.8 2.87 52 / 3
6 Simpson, Luke 46.7 3 48 / 3.27
7 Sanborn, Ryan (19) 47 2.91 50 / 3
8 Lipel, Jonah 47 2.65 48 / 2.97
T9 Ahn, Phillip 42.3 2.77 47 / 3.13
T9 Berman, Chase 44.8 2.66 50 / 2.94
11 March, Jared 39 2.66 49 / 2.97
12 Bell, Corey 36.8 2.59 38 / 2.85
T13 Jaridly, Ramzee (19) 36 2.57 39 / 2.75
T13 Calvert, Connor 38.7 2.34 40 / 2.47
15 Whipple, Gabriel (19) 35 2.45 40 / 2.75
Class of 2017
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Ryerse, Grant 61.7 3.64 67 / 4.05
2 Bulovas, Joseph 60.1 3.61 66 / 4
3 Sentkowski, Kyle 59.5 3.59 64 / 3.72
4 Horiates, Nick 58.8 3.52 59 / 3.72
5 Stack, Adam 60.5 3.44 61 / 3.81
6 Schroeder, Bailey 56.8 3.52 60 / 3.56
7 Doerer, Jonathan 58.3 3.49 64 / 3.68
T8 Welch, Hunter 57.3 3.4 60 / 3.68
T8 Graham, Cooper 60.8 3.26 61 / 3.56
T10 Fuller, Asa 54.3 3.59 54 / 3.81
T10 Ruiz, Brandon 64 3.2 64 / 3.69
T12 Swartz, Jacob 56.3 3.32 62 / 3.4
T12 Stearns, Zach 56.8 3.31 63 / 3.47
14 Papazian, Brian 55.3 3.32 55 / 3.56
15 Chan, Jeffrey 54.7 3.41 60 / 3.56
16 Bunnell, Liam 52.7 3.57 58 / 3.84
T17 Henry, Peyton 53.3 3.44 59 / 3.41
T17 Kukahiko, Kalani 56.7 3.2 61 / 3.37
T19 Carrasco, Eric 55.2 3.27 60 / 3.63
T19 Munoz, Javi 58.5 3.15 64 / 3.53
21 Bowens, Trevor 52 3.5 51 / 3.69
22 Nixon, Cole 55.7 3.17 56 / 3.37
23 Cacho-Sousa, Diego 53.5 3.25 55 / 3.50
24 Galbo, Jake 52.2 3.38 55 / 3.5
25 McCartney, Grant 55 3.15 58 / 3.34
26 Andrade, Carter 51.3 3.32 56 / 3.57
27 Edwards, Josh 52.7 3.21 55 / 3.34
28 Salani, Marco 53 3.17 64 / 3.69
29 Strickland, Bryce 53.5 2.96 60 / 3.75
30 Johnson, Chandler 53.8 3.12 57 / 3.44
31 Howell, Clayton 51.3 3.2 54 / 3.32
32 Zetterberg, Johan 55.3 2.84 59 / 3.1
33 Grant, Josh 52.7 3.09 59 / 3.47
T34 Cooper, Jack 48.8 3.2 51 / 3.31
T34 Pace, Geoffrey 53 2.97 55 / 3.37
36 Padilla, Tyler 54.2 2.78 62 / 3.44
T37 Pontiff, Gabe 50 3.1 50 / 3.32
T37 Meyer, Tristan 50.5 3.03 57 / 3.34
T39 Bazarevitsch, Matt 45.3 3.15 50 / 3.44
T39 Moreton, Connor 51 2.92 55 / 3.44
T41 Siegel, Chase 43.2 3.15 48 / 3.25
T41 Carlson, Dylan 46 3.08 50 / 3.09
T41 Hellen, Matt 48.3 2.98 55 / 3.19
T44 Carius, Liam 46.8 3.01 50 / 3.34
T44 Zolferino, Torre 49.7 2.94 58 / 3
46 Brake, Caleb 49.8 2.89 52 / 3.37
47 Poinsette, Joel 50.2 2.79 52 / 3.06
48 Moehring, Hayden 50.5 2.74 65 / 3.47
49 Keefer, Brandon 49.7 2.8 58 / 3.34
50 Saros, Zack 46 2.89 50 / 3.09
T51 Coale, William 32 2.87 38 / 2.92
T51 Leisle, Michael 45.5 2.57 51 / 3.02
53 Fitzgerald, Ryan 44.7 2.75 51 / 3
54 McGrath, Chase 45 2.3 50 / 3.22
55 Harwell, Ryan 44.3 2.53 57 / 3.18
56 Hawk, Hayden 36.7 2.22 46 / 2.54
Class of 2016
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Culp, Connor 70.2 3.89 75 / 3.97
2 Molson, JJ 69.7 3.78 78 / 3.75
3 Wasson, Mitchell 65.3 3.86 71 / 3.84
4 Fitschen, Jerry 67.5 3.73 71 / 3.62
5 Southam, Skyler 64.3 3.82 73 / 3.59
6 Young, Jonn 66.2 3.68 70 / 3.7
T7 Hampton, Butch 62.2 3.79 63 / 4
T7 Patterson, Blake 65 3.62 67 / 3.75
9 Porter, Jared 61.7 3.73 61 / 3.87
10 Dellinger, JD 64.2 3.56 65 / 3.75
T11 Medina, Jamie 61.5 3.71 64 / 3.84
T11 Brown, Michael 64.2 3.54 71 / 3.5
13 Pierson, Crawford 62.8 3.52 67 / 3.47
T14 Roehler, Griffin 60.7 3.72 67 / 3.7
T14 Boermeester, Kevin 60.8 3.69 66 / 3.78
T16 Morris, Jackson 61 3.63 66 / 3.75
T16 Corbett, Kyle 62.5 3.51 67 / 3.67
18 Farlow, Brady 61 3.62 69 / 3.59
19 Milstein, Oren 62.7 3.5 66 / 3.81
T20 Keon, Kaden 63.8 3.47 66 / 3.53
T20 Toner, Jet 68.2 3.38 69 / 3.78
22 Sasaoka, Kekoa 64.8 3.44 67 / 3.59
23 Raborn, Bailey 62.3 3.46 67 / 3.92
24 Riccitelli, Collin 59 3.69 56 / 3.84
25 Lyons, Holden 61.8 3.46 65 / 3.43
T26 Moreno, Alex 61.3 3.47 61 / 3.56
T26 Wall, Brad 66.8 3.33 69 / 3.6
28 Kuljian, Tanner 58.8 3.65 63 / 3.85
29 Riethman, Drew 59.3 3.54 64 / 3.84
30 Roberts, Jake 60.8 3.47 63 / 3.6
31 Santos, Mauricio 64.5 3.35 66 / 3.53
32 Grimes, Tyler 59.5 3.49 62 / 3.43
33 Kubin, Jacob 59.2 3.49 60 / 3.76
34 Logan, Luke 61.7 3.37 68 / 3.91
35 Noyes, Edwin 58.7 3.51 65 / 3.68
36 Fudge, Trenton 57 3.7 66 / 3.86
T37 Agritelley, Ethan 58 3.57 61 / 3.69
T37 Souza, Mitchell 58.8 3.49 62 / 3.72
39 Stewart, Christian 60.7 3.37 63 / 3.41
40 Price, Davis 59.2 3.39 61 / 3.75
41 Stoney, Jacob 60 3.32 64 / 3.5
T42 Siemieniec, Gabriel 57 3.49 58 / 3.78
T42 Stalter, Christopher 60.3 3.31 63 / 3.4
44 Mullins, Dalton 61.8 3.21 67 / 3.4
45 Blair, Matt 58.3 3.43 61 / 3.57
46 Cook, Thomas 58.3 3.42 64 / 3.56
47 Esposito, Parker 56.3 3.51 61 / 3.69
48 Romo, Parker 57 3.46 58 / 3.78
49 Alerding, Vincent 58.5 3.36 62 / 3.56
T50 Hadfield, Braden 57.7 3.38 61 / 3.53
T50 Scott, Charlie 59.8 3.25 63 / 3.63
T52 Brunner, Noah 54 3.56 65 / 3.6
T52 Garber, Brady 56.5 3.46 60 / 3.53
T52 Coale, Kyle 57.2 3.39 60 / 3.44
T52 Smolar, Jared 65 2.95 72 / 3.68
56 Jones, Scott 58.5 3.32 62 / 3.41
57 Wilkinson, Cody 59.2 3.23 60 / 3.5
58 Kujawski, Seth 58.5 3.29 64 / 3.41
T59 McDaid, Jonathan 58.2 3.28 62 / 3.75
T59 Kiser, Harrison 60.8 3.1 63 / 3.25
61 Holt, Crews 59.2 3.17 61 / 3.68
62 Guay, Ryley 60 3.11 60 / 3.38
T63 Callan, Ryan 56.3 3.35 60 / 3.5
T63 Thompson, Mateo 58.7 3.17 62 / 3.4
65 Neitzke, Kevin 57.2 3.25 63 / 3.69
T66 Barbir, Alex 54.3 3.38 62 / 3.84
T66 Amrhein, Matthew 56.5 3.3 58 / 3.47
68 Tarbox, Henry 54.4 3.36 58 / 3.47
69 Assalley, Connor 57.3 3.19 62 / 3.69
70 Rodriguez, Andrew 56.8 3.22 66 / 3.31
T71 De Jager, Nathan 56.5 3.22 63 / 3.57
T71 Kenworthy, Alvin 57 3.18 61 / 3.56
73 Loy, Sam 56 3.25 60 / 3.41
74 Olesniewicz, Jacob 57.3 3.12 63 / 3.34
75 Dorn, Jimmy 57.7 3.08 61 / 3.35
76 Selsor, Mikey 56.3 3.19 60 / 3.5
77 Gardner, Gavin 53.6 3.3 57/ 3.44
78 Albert, David 53.7 3.28 59 / 3.37
79 Kuhne, Caleb 53.6 3.25 55 / 3.41
80 Musso, Nathan 52.8 3.26 55 / 3.4
81 Clark, Jaxon 54.8 3.11 58 / 3.37
T82 McKeague, Justin Patrick 54.2 3.13 57 / 3.28
T82 Quintero, Ricardo 56.2 3.05 60 / 3.59
84 Lorenz, Colby 51.7 3.13 54 / 3.6
85 Glaess, Zach 54.5 2.99 60 / 3.4
86 Navarro, Marco 52.8 3.16 57 / 3.03
87 Hutchinson, Sean 53.3 3.07 64 / 3.34
T88 Ball, Noah 51.8 3.15 63 / 3.45
T88 Wengierski, John 55.8 2.83 63 / 3.44
90 Atkeson, Henry 55.2 2.83 60 / 2.98
91 Burton, Josh 53.8 2.98 65 / 3.53
92 Nichols, William 53 3.03 54 / 3.25
93 Claphan, Sterling 53 2.99 60 / 3.5
94 Pawloski, Jack 54.2 2.8 62 / 3.29
T95 Kanthack, Tristan 52 3.03 56 / 3.38
T95 Rattigan, Aidan 53.3 2.93 54 / 3.31
T97 Swenson, Jared 52.5 2.99 53 / 3.18
T97 Gomez, Montana 53.2 2.94 55 / 3.01
99 Wielenga, Alex 50.7 3.05 52 / 3.28
100 Alfaro, Martin 51 2.93 53 / 2.94
101 Harvill, Nolan 47.7 2.9 50 / 3.24
102 Basco, Daryian 49.7 2.8 53 / 3.06
103 Schramm, Christopher 47.7 2.2 62 / 3.03
104 Lewis, Cord 40 2.67 51 / 3
Class of 2015
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
T1 Robledo, Kevin 64.3 3.72 68 / 3.8
T1 Terry, Kyler 66.5 3.69 70 / 3.57
3 Conaway, Quinton 64.2 3.71 71 / 3.5
4 Rodriguez, Ryan 62.5 3.77 67 / 4
5 Creque, Blanton 62.7 3.63 72 / 3.72
6 Kinney, Alex 62.2 3.78 63 / 4.04
7 Pettit, Spencer 66.3 3.57 70 / 3.81
T8 Keenan, McLane 62.5 3.53 66 / 3.66
T8 Norblom, Lucas 62.5 3.53 67 / 3.77
10 Gogol, Joey 62.2 3.59 70 / 3.55
T11 Schafer, Brett 60.2 3.62 63 / 3.76
T11 Johnson, Aedan 64 3.45 67 / 3.69
13 Walter, Adam 61.7 3.57 67 / 3.44
T14 Baer, Ethan 59.8 3.6 61 / 3.69
T14 Cusick, Blake 61.8 3.52 67 / 3.34
T16 Soslow, Jack 58.4 3.62 68 / 3.56
T16 Kreitenberg, Ben 58.8 3.59 65 / 3.54
18 Howard, Logan 61.8 3.4 65 / 3.62
19 Hutchins, Greg 62.3 3.37 63 / 3.41
20 Thomas, Greg 59.8 3.47 67 / 3.54
21 Hong, Brandon 56.8 3.67 60 / 3.81
T22 Gerarden, Robbie Jo 59.4 3.45 67 / 3.57
T22 Clampitt, Chase 61 3.38 68 / 3.59
24 Barber, Matt 60 3.38 65 / 3.42
25 Scully, Gavin 62.5 3.07 68 / 3.47
26 Erickson, Ethan 62.3 3.13 67 / 3.8
27 Marrone, Nick 57.7 3.51 61 / 3.66
28 Kaufman, Sean 58.3 3.4 62 / 3.76
T29 Katona, Abraham 59.2 3.26 59 / 3.38
T29 Ramming, James 59.2 3.26 62 / 3.53
T29 Bass, Tyler 61.2 3.13 67 / 3.68
T32 Fisher, Cory 56.7 3.52 60 / 3.62
T32 Fenlason, Sam 58.7 3.34 68 / 3.62
34 Strauch, Andrew 57.5 3.42 62 / 3.59
35 Mercado, Isaac 55 3.57 60 / 3.63
36 Coffey, Nathan 56.7 3.5 59 / 3.53
37 Clevenger, Wyatt 60.5 3.19 63 / 3.31
T38 Boyd, Ryan 53.5 3.52 55 / 3.6
T38 Elizondo, Jose 58.5 3.15 67 / 3.53
40 Eisendrath, Ryan 57.8 3.19 63 / 3.37
41 Watkins, Vincent 56 3.4 58 / 3.53
42 Tamburo, Riggs 56.8 3.28 64 / 3.4
43 Castro, Sal 58.2 3.11 62 / 3.5
44 Redford, Thomas 58.2 3.07 67 / 3.09
T45 Biggerstaff, Mason 56.5 3.19 60 / 3.56
T45 Simpson, Zach 57.8 2.99 61 / 3.31
47 LaManque, Adam 53.2 3.37 55 / 3.49
48 Chadwick, Alec 57 3.01 65 / 3.65
49 Brewer, Colin 55.7 3.18 55 / 3.52
50 Ramey, Cole 57.2 2.9 63 / 3.16
51 Rabine, Chris 57 2.76 63 / 3.53
52 Gomez, Chile 56.8 2.85 60 / 3.53
53 LeCorre, Patrick 55.5 2.94 67 / 3.28
54 Perez, Jacob 52.2 3.01 56 / 3.15
T55 Perez, Rafael 53.7 2.88 61 / 3.38
T55 Kiser, Travis 55.8 2.71 64 / 3.77
57 Tulare, Tyler 49.5 2.95 56 / 3.51
58 Boham, Joshua 49.3 2.87 52 / 3.41
Junior College / Transfer
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Gracia, Brandon 67.5 3.9 73 / 3.81
2 Sutcliffe, Jamie 64.2 3.76 66 / 3.83
3 Marquez, Diego 68.8 3.64 71 / 3.6
4 Harris, Erik 64.3 3.65 66 / 3.66
5 Eyman, Casey 61.3 3.83 63 / 4.00
6 Guerra, Tavis 64 3.64 68 / 3.75
7 Kreitz, Eric 62.2 3.69 65 / 3.84
8 Murray, Patrick 64.2 3.55 69 / 3.75
9 Perez, Derek 64.2 3.53 69 / 3.5
10 Burns, Benjamin 62.3 3.53 65 / 3.63
11 Hierlihy, Nathan 56.5 3.76 61 / 3.81
T12 Houston, JD 59.9 3.58 64 / 3.69
T12 Lindenman, Blayke 62.8 3.5 67 / 3.69
14 Garcia, Eddie 57.8 3.59 64 / 3.6
15 Quinn, Christopher 56.8 3.6 58 / 3.72
16 King, Josh 58.5 3.52 64 / 3.41
17 Boyd, Zachary 60.2 3.23 63 / 3.53
T18 Pena, Vicente 56.8 3.39 62 / 3.43
T18 Miranda, Jesus 57 3.3 60 / 3.74
T18 McLaughlin, Cayden 58.7 2.95 63 / 3.03
21 Diorio, Dayton 52 3.44 56 / 3.47
22 Sotoodeh, Rustin 54.2 3.27 57 / 3.46

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Vegas XXV Initial Round Punt Results

VEGAS XXV – Initial Round Punt Results
Class of 2018 / 2019
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
T1 Sanborn, Ryan (19) 25.5 3.33 36 / 3.47
T1 Berman, Chase 26.9 3.25 34 / 4.06
3 March, Jared 28.6 3.18 36 / 3.7
T4 Rybus, JP 25 3.29 33 / 3.32
T4 Fukuroda, Tyler 26.8 3.14 36 / 3.47
6 Reichard, Willl (19) 25.4 3.21 34 / 3.86
7 Power, Isaac 26.5 2.6 33 / 3.35
T8 Johnson, Cole (19) 21.4 2.99 23 / 3.35
T8 Brown, Robert 23.3 2.93 28 / 3.54
T10 Jaridly, Ramzee (19) 19.6 2.95 22 / 3.19
T10 Whipple, Gabriel (19) 22.1 2.6 28 / 3.03
12 Lipel, Jonah 20.9 2.8 20 / 3.38
13 Simpson, Luke 23.9 2.4 32 / 2.85
14 Calvert, Connor 16.4 2.88 20 / 3.27
15 Ahn, Phillip 20.3 2.41 31 / 2.81
16 Bell, Corey 18.6 2.52 23 / 3.25
Class of 2017
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Ryerse, Grant 38 3.7 47 / 4.06
T2 Bunnell, Liam 33.5 4.12 45 / 4.35
T2 Stack, Adam 34.1 3.83 41 / 4.31
T2 Sentkowski, Kyle 36.3 3.68 37 / 4.44
5 Webb, Bryce 32.4 3.85 44 / 4.71
T6 Howell, Clayton 33.6 3.67 41 / 4.27
T6 Bulovas, Joseph 36.4 3.56 47 / 4.07
T8 Johnson, Chandler 32.5 3.74 34 / 4.02
T8 Schroeder, Bailey 34.3 3.61 44 / 3.98
10 Swartz, Jacob 32.3 3.75 39 / 3.79
T11 Graham, Cooper 34.4 3.49 45 / 3.86
T11 Cacho-Sousa, Diego 36 3.46 45 / 3.48
13 Galbo, Jake 30.8 3.69 40 / 4.34
14 Strickland, Bryce 33.4 3.42 35 / 3.81
15 Moehring, Hayden 37.1 3.2 41 / 3.37
T16 Nixon, Cole 27.3 3.81 30 / 4.18
T16 Zolferino, Torre 31.3 3.52 37 / 4.18
18 Papazian, Brian 31.8 3.43 39 / 3.87
T19 Edwards, Josh 31 3.47 40 / 4.08
T19 Meyer, Tristan 33.1 3.27 37 / 4.05
T21 Bowens, Trevor 28.4 3.6 30 / 4.04
T21 Leisle, Michael 35 3.17 41 / 3.54
T23 Grant, Josh 25.1 3.68 31 / 4.01
T23 Carrasco, Eric 28.5 3.51 36 / 3.68
T25 Poinsette, Joel 28.6 3.47 41 / 3.72
T25 Salani, Marco 31.5 3.31 40 / 4.3
T25 McCartney, Grant 31.9 3.25 46 / 3.94
T28 Kukahiko, Kalani 27.1 3.58 30 / 3.63
T28 Bazarevitsch, Matt 30 3.39 36 / 3.9
T28 Munoz, Javi 34.5 3.01 45 / 3.87
31 Padilla, Tyler 32.3 3.21 40 / 3.91
T32 Doerer, Jonathan 29.4 3.4 35 / 3.66
T32 Cooper, Jack 31.8 3.24 37 / 3.63
T34 Ruiz, Brandon 23.6 3.67 33 / 4.39
T34 Pace, Geoffrey 32.8 3.07 37 / 3.31
T36 Harwell, Ryan 24.4 3.57 30 / 3.88
T36 Horiates, Nick 28.4 3.34 36 / 3.37
T36 Keefer, Brandon 29.5 3.25 34 / 3.28
T39 Hellen, Matt 27.9 3.37 29 / 3.9
T39 Fuller, Asa 30 3.23 37 / 4.34
T41 Pontiff, Gabe 22.6 3.57 34 / 3.94
T41 Welch, Hunter 30.8 3.18 44 / 3.81
43 Zetterberg, Johan 25.4 3.33 35 / 3.44
44 Henry, Peyton 25.4 3.31 31 / 3.34
T45 Andrade, Carter 27.4 3.19 32 / 4.06
T45 Stearns, Zach 32 3.08 46 / 3.79
47 Brake, Caleb 29.3 2.93 36 / 3.56
48 Siegel, Chase 24.5 3.23 34 / 3.95
49 McGrath, Chase 27.8 3 31 / 3.63
50 Fitzgerald, Ryan 25.4 3.02 30 / 4.05
51 Carius, Liam 25.3 3 33 / 3.88
52 Carlson, Dylan 22.8 3.11 28 / 2.74
53 Chan, Jeffrey 24.3 3.03 27 / 3.41
54 Hawk, Hayden 24.8 2.52 30 / 3.03
55 Saros, Zack 21 2.85 27 / 2.71
56 Coale, William 20.1 2.73 22 / 3.12
Class of 2016
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Southam, Skyler 44.4 3.94 52 / 4.44
2 Toner, Jet 43 3.9 50 / 4.48
3 Scott, Charlie 41 4.21 43 / 4.48
4 Rodriguez, Andrew 40.6 4 47 / 4.34
T5 Corbett, Kyle 42.5 3.8 50 / 4.22
T5 Porter, Jared 43.8 3.78 45 / 4.29
7 Medina, Jamie 40 3.85 50 / 4.53
8 Pawloski, Jack 37.1 3.97 48 / 4.28
9 Loy, Sam 38.3 3.85 42 / 4.28
10 Souza, Mitchell 38.3 3.82 50 / 4.22
11 Lyons, Holden 36.9 3.89 44 / 4.68
12 Mullins, Dalton 41.5 3.72 54 / 4.47
13 Smolar, Jared 36.8 3.87 45 / 4.29
14 Brown, Michael 35.8 3.86 50 / 4.58
15 Schramm, Christopher 36.6 3.8 40 / 4.32
T16 Molson, JJ 38.1 3.72 43 / 4.27
T16 Raborn, Bailey 46 3.57 57 / 4.22
T18 McDaid, Jonathan 40.1 3.68 46 / 4.08
T18 Kujawski, Seth 41.1 3.65 49 / 4.05
20 Romo, Parker 36.9 3.75 40 / 4.12
21 Deeb, Elias 34.8 3.88 48 / 4.16
22 Hampton, Butch 37.3 3.71 50 / 3.85
23 Dorn, Jimmy 39.5 3.67 46 / 4.08
T24 Navarro, Marco 37.3 3.7 42 / 4.01
T24 Claphan, Sterling 39.3 3.67 51 / 4.16
26 Thompson, Kyle 33.1 4.39 40 / 4.65
27 Grimes, Tyler 35.6 3.76 38 / 4.61
28 Patterson, Blake 34.9 3.81 40 / 4.22
29 Quintero, Ricardo 34.5 3.82 42 / 4.27
30 Hadfield, Braden 37.6 3.65 47 / 4.15
T31 Blair, Matt 38.6 3.61 51 / 4.34
T31 Glaess, Zach 39.6 3.56 47 / 4.27
T33 Clark, Jaxon 32.6 3.97 36 / 4.31
T33 Boermeester, Kevin 36.8 3.68 48 / 4
35 Cook, Thomas 39 3.48 44 / 4.18
36 Logan, Luke 34 3.79 50 / 3.89
37 Russell, Gage 34.8 3.71 43 / 4.28
38 Stalter, Christopher 33.9 3.76 35 / 4.31
T39 Read, Justin 30.3 3.94 38 / 4.57
T39 Kiser, Harrison 35.9 3.6 42 / 4.18
T39 Wall, Brad 41.8 3.26 51 / 3.68
42 Dellinger, JD 41.8 3.25 50 / 3.99
43 Stewart, Christian 42.6 3.22 47 / 4.18
44 Holt, Crews 34.5 3.68 45 / 4.19
45 Riethman, Drew 32.9 3.75 43 / 4.21
46 Riccitelli, Collin 30.8 3.82 41 / 4.16
47 McKeague, Justin Patrick 36.1 3.44 42 / 3.94
48 Kuljian, Tanner 32.4 3.72 36 / 4.07
49 Thompson, Mateo 36 3.4 43 / 3.59
50 Roehler, Griffin 29.6 3.81 32 / 4.06
T51 Sasaoka, Kekoa 32.3 3.7 36 / 3.97
T51 Wilkinson, Cody 37.6 3.24 49 / 4.13
53 Agritelley, Ethan 23 3.9 24 / 4.35
54 Rattigan, Aidan 30.9 3.7 38 / 4.21
55 Noyes, Edwin 35.1 3.36 47 / 4.01
56 Nichols, William 35.5 3.28 43 / 3.53
57 Wasson, Mitchell 34.6 3.39 36 / 3.85
58 Fitschen, Jerry 34.1 3.43 47 / 4.15
59 Ball, Noah 28.1 3.74 45 / 4
60 Santos, Mauricio 33.1 3.47 35 / 3.97
T61 Morris, Jackson 34.3 3.38 45 / 3.89
T61 Lugviel, Bryce 35.1 3.27 44 / 3.72
63 Roberts, Jake 35.4 3.25 41 / 3.82
T64 Amrhein, Matthew 33 3.45 43 / 4.18
T64 Fudge, Trenton 34.1 3.36 48 / 3.99
66 Keon, Kaden 32.9 3.45 42 / 4.31
67 Moreno, Alex 36.1 3.1 47 / 3.84
68 Ellison, Sam 31.4 3.52 36 / 3.63
T69 Farlow, Brady 27.1 3.7 31 / 4.22
T69 Gardner, Gavin 27.1 3.7 33 / 3.87
T69 Kenworthy, Alvin 33.1 3.38 42 / 3.75
T69 Stoney, Jacob 35.5 3.15 46 / 3.83
73 Alerding, Vincent 33.5 3.32 37 / 3.36
74 Olesniewicz, Jacob 27.8 3.62 31 / 4.28
T75 Brunner, Noah 28.9 3.5 33 / 3.65
T75 Siemieniec, Gabriel 32.6 3.28 36 / 3.93
T75 Wallace, Seamus 34.4 3.14 42 / 3.78
T75 Atkeson, Henry 35.4 2.8 45 / 3.47
79 Selsor, Mikey 33.8 3.2 42 / 3.45
80 De Jager, Nathan 32.3 3.31 40 / 3.94
81 Burton, Josh 30.3 3.4 35 / 4.12
T82 Guay, Ryley 25.6 3.61 32 / 4.19
T82 Wielenga, Alex 28 3.49 29 / 3.85
T82 Coale, Kyle 29.5 3.43 31 / 3.91
85 Callan, Ryan 26.1 3.54 29 / 4
86 Kubin, Jacob 32.5 3.21 42 / 3.77
87 Tarbox, Henry 23.9 3.52 30 / 3.38
88 Hutchinson, Sean 33.8 2.77 39 / 3.19
T89 Pierson, Crawford 28.1 3.27 30 / 3.91
T89 Wengierski, John 30.4 3.19 41 / 3.64
T89 Basco, Daryian 31.1 3.12 36 / 3.59
92 Albert, David 31.8 3.09 36 / 3.8
93 Neitzke, Kevin 29.6 3.16 43 / 4.53
T94 Lorenz, Colby 25.8 3.3 32 / 3.62
T94 Price, Davis 31 2.96 40 / 3.76
96 Kanthack, Tristan 28 3.19 32 / 3.85
97 Gomez, Montana 30.9 2.6 38 / 3.04
98 Kuhne, Caleb 28.4 2.83 30 / 3.77
99 Alfaro, Martin 23.9 3.1 31 / 3.64
100 Lewis, Cord 26.9 2.93 34 / 3.85
101 Swenson, Jared 28.3 2.85 33 / 2.92
102 Harvill, Nolan 22.5 3.07 25 / 3.09
103 Jones, Scott 22 2.22 30 / 3.44
Class of 2015
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Weissenhofer, Mason 46.1 4 52 / 4.64
2 Kinney, Alex 46.3 3.99 60 / 4.39
T3 Cusick, Blake 40.1 4.16 46 / 4.63
T3 Hong, Brandon 42.3 3.98 49 / 4.4
5 Pettit, Spencer 41.1 4.02 51 / 4.38
6 Castro, Sal 41.1 3.91 48 / 4.19
7 Scully, Gavin 38.9 4.05 48 / 4.71
8 Marrone, Nick 41.4 3.89 51 / 4.38
9 Erickson, Ethan 38 4.25 44 / 4.56
10 Maimone, Blake 42.8 3.83 55 / 4
11 Biggerstaff, Mason 43.9 3.81 52 / 4.34
12 Gowin, Austin 38.9 3.88 49 / 4.15
13 Robledo, Kevin 39.1 3.84 44 / 4.3
14 Gomez, Chile 38.8 3.86 47 / 4.32
15 Terry, Kyler 39.8 3.81 48 / 4.28
16 Trifonovitch, Alex 39.3 3.81 42 / 4.33
T17 Flathau, Tyler 37 3.9 46 / 4.16
T17 Hutchins, Greg 40.5 3.77 48 / 4.06
19 Conaway, Quinton 35 4.19 39 / 4.76
20 Peets, Steven Max 41.9 3.67 41 / 4.25
21 Fenlason, Sam 43.6 3.61 52 / 4.4
T22 Galland, Alex 33.3 4.22 42 / 4.63
T22 Redford, Thomas 36.1 3.84 48 / 4.1
24 Bass, Tyler 35 3.94 41 / 4
25 Rodriguez, Ryan 33.5 4.08 45 / 4.31
26 White, Jordan 37 3.79 41 / 4.08
27 Boham, Joshua 38.6 3.69 38 / 4.56
28 Feddeler, Zachary 35.4 3.83 41 / 4.31
29 Baer, Ethan 35.6 3.81 50 / 3.88
30 Boyd, Ryan 34.6 3.84 34 / 4.51
T31 Watkins, Vincent 31.3 4.1 40 / 4.56
T31 LeCorre, Patrick 36.8 3.73 42 / 4.35
33 Ramey, Cole 34.6 3.83 44 / 4.31
T34 Clampitt, Chase 37.4 3.66 44 / 3.77
T34 Norblom, Lucas 38.5 3.59 53 / 4.09
36 Kreitenberg, Ben 38.1 3.59 48 / 3.91
37 Chadwick, Alec 35.9 3.7 44 / 4.34
38 Perez, Jacob 38.6 3.51 50 / 4.19
39 Gerarden, Robbie Jo 38.6 3.47 42 / 3.84
40 Barber, Matt 34.9 3.7 41 / 4.76
T41 Coffey, Nathan 28.9 3.85 32 / 4.3
T41 Husebo, James 32.8 3.78 39 / 4.62
43 Thomas, Greg 34.9 3.65 46 / 3.7
T44 Flint, Bailey 32.3 3.75 40 / 4.19
T44 Kaufman, Sean 36 3.57 36 / 4.21
T44 Keenan, McLane 37.6 3.34 45 / 3.5
T47 Mercado, Isaac 36 3.52 45 / 3.84
T47 Gogol, Joey 38 3.28 44 / 4.25
49 Howard, Logan 35.4 3.58 40 / 4.25
T50 Katona, Abraham 31.5 3.74 32 / 3.95
T50 Schafer, Brett 36.1 3.4 47 / 3.89
T50 Brewer, Colin 36.6 3.39 49 / 4.07
53 Schober, Grant 34.5 3.61 43 / 4.44
54 Salazar, Mark 32.9 3.67 42 / 4.21
55 Ramming, James 30.1 3.7 37 / 3.69
56 Kiser, Travis 30.6 3.69 40 / 4.12
57 Tamburo, Riggs 26.3 3.73 38 / 3.53
58 Strauch, Andrew 31.4 3.6 37 / 3.9
59 Perez, Rafael 33.6 3.25 42 / 4.23
T60 LaManque, Adam 24.6 3.59 35 / 4.06
T60 Soslow, Jack 29.5 3.58 31 / 4.12
T62 Fisher, Cory 31.8 3.34 46 / 4.12
T62 Walter, Adam 33.1 3.15 43 / 3.58
T64 Elizondo, Jose 30.3 3.42 34 / 3.56
T64 Johnson, Aedan 33 3.19 43 / 4.01
T64 Simpson, Zach 33.1 2.87 40 / 4.03
67 Eisendrath, Ryan 30.1 3.38 38 / 3.52
68 Clevenger, Wyatt 29.6 3.34 33 / 4.12
Junior College / Transfer
Place Name Distance Hang Time Best 1 Ball
1 Klumph, Dylan 50.5 4.65 55 / 5
2 Guzman, Ruben 44.6 4.1 45 / 4.5
3 Garcia, Eddie 41 3.98 50 / 4.32
4 Gracia, Brandon 42.8 3.87 47 / 4.25
5 Harris, Erik 39 4.07 47 / 4.47
6 Daly, Aidan 37 4.12 46 / 4.44
7 Diorio, Dayton 37 4.06 38 / 4.44
T8 Manning, Tommy 39.3 3.85 44 / 4.5
T8 Eyman, Casey 40.8 3.77 50 / 4.6
T10 Bojorquez, Corey 36.4 4.04 46 / 4.78
T10 Pults, Jericho 39 3.81 50 / 4.15
T10 Kreitz, Eric 40.8 3.66 41 / 4.47
13 DeMartini, James 43 3.51 54 / 3.78
14 Lindenman, Blayke 32.4 4.16 35 / 4.37
15 Perez, Derek 36.9 3.74 42 / 3.68
T16 Marquez, Diego 33.8 3.86 40 / 4.41
T16 Ambrose, Jake 39.1 3.55 42 / 4.41
18 Pena, Vicente 36.1 3.83 39 / 3.97
19 Houston, JD 39.9 3.21 45 / 3.81
T20 Sutcliffe, Jamie 29.4 3.96 34 / 4.18
T20 Foggio, Anthony 36.4 3.62 40 / 4.31
22 Guerra, Tavis 37.3 3.46 44 / 3.83
23 Boyd, Zachary 33.6 3.62 45 / 4.18
24 Burns, Benjamin 29.5 3.74 31 / 4.14
25 King, Josh 36.9 3.2 41 / 4.06
T26 Quinn, Christopher 32.6 3.62 42 / 3.88
T26 Hierlihy, Nathan 36.3 3.48 36 / 3.78
28 Sotoodeh, Rustin 28.6 3.67 32 / 3.65
29 Murray, Patrick 32.8 3.53 41 / 4
30 McLaughlin, Cayden 33.5 3.16 40 / 3.84

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5 Important Points for the Class of 2015

1.    You still have a long way to go with recruiting. Breathe, relax, take a chill pill. Bottom line, it is still early.  Less than 5% of national specialists have made their college choices.  Recruiting will go all the way through August.  Believe me.

2.    You should be attending every single Chris Sailer Kicking camp this spring that is near you (yes, VEGAS XXVI as well)….just like normal. Those that take their foot off the gas because “they are committed” end up really struggling as they enter college. Trust me, I have seen it hundreds of times. Nothing will piss off a coach more than recruiting a kid and he isn’t VERY ready when he steps on campus. (DO NOT THINK YOU SHOULD EVEN BE CONSIDERED ON MY STAFF UNTIL YOU HAVE PROVEN YOURSELF IN COLLEGE.)

3.    In the summer, you should attend the Chris Sailer Kicking College Camp for 4-year College Kickers/Punters to see how really compare to college Kickers/Punters.  Welcome to the real world my friends. This is the time to work harder than ever and prepare for your future.  Want to play in the NFL?  It begins NOW!

4.    Your time is now.  Be a leader.  Make a real name for yourself through dedication and hard work.  Don’t be the guy that future Kickers/Punters ask “What ever happened to ________ and why didn’t he ever pan out?”

5.    Be SMART and end your high school career strong. Be nice to everyone on the way out and be ready to move on.  Your past will effect your future at some point.

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Week 9 College Players of the Week

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 Players of the Week:

Kicker:

Week 9: Will Oliver (Colorado) – 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 38), 4 for 4 Extra Points, Game Tying Field Goal at the end of regulation & Game Tying Field Goal at the end of the first overtime.

Previous Players of the Week:
Week 1: Adam Griffith (Alabama) – 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 47), 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 2: Elliott Fry (South Carolina) – 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 42), 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 3: Ian Frye (Virginia) – 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 47), 2 for 2 Extra Points, Game Winning Field Goal
Week 4: Ian Frye (Virginia) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 46) 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 5: Brad Craddock (Maryland) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 48) 4 for 4 Extra Points
Week 6: Josh Lambert (West Virginia) – 4 for 5 Field Goals (Long 53), 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 7: Josh Lambert (West Virginia) – 3 for 4 Field Goals (Long 55), 4 for 4 Extra Points, 55-Yard Game Winning Field Goal
Week 8: Jared Robert (Colorado State) – 3 for 4 Field Goals (Long 52), 1 for 1 Extra Points, 46 Yard Game Winning Field Goal

Punter:
Week 9: Kip Smith (Oklahoma State) – 52.6 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 71)

Previous Players of the Week:
Week 1: Daniel Cadona (Louisiana-Lafayette) – 54.8 Yard Punt Average on 4 Punts (Long 77)
Week 2: Chris Gulla (Penn State) 48.8 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 53)
Week 3: William Russ (Texas) – 50.5 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 62)
Week 4: Kyle Christy (Florida) – 52.7 Yard Punt Average on 7 Punts (Long 66)
Week 5: Will Hagerup (Michigan) – 50.0 Yard Punt Average on 8 Punts (Long 63)
Week 6:  J.K. Scott (Alabama) – 51.8 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 64)
Week 7:  Drew Kaser (Texas A&M) – 50.7 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 59)
Week 8: Alex Howell (Boston College) – 50.1 Yard Punt Average on 10 Punts (Long 57)

50+Yard Field Goals:
Week 1: Jared Roberts (Colorado State) 52, Rafael Gaglianone (Wisconsin) 51
Week 2: Andre Heidari (Southern California) 53, Austin MaGinnis (Kentucky) 53, Corey Acosta (Southern Miss) 50, Will Conant (Air Force) 50
Week 3: Andrew Heidari (Southern California) 52, Cameron Van Winkle (Washington) 51, Austin MaGinnis (Kentucky) 51
Week 4: Josh Lambert (West Virginia) 54
Week 5: Corey Acosta (Southern Miss) 52
Week 6: Brad Craddock (Maryland) 57, Josh Lambert (West Virginia) 53, John Wallace (Louisville) 51
Week 7: Josh Lambert (West Virginia) 55
Week 8: Josh Lambert (West Virginia) 54, Jared Roberts (Colorado State) 52
Week 9: Cole Murphy (Syracuse) 50

Lou Groza Stars of the Week (3 Chosen Each Week):
Week 1: Adam Griffith (Alabama)
Week 2: Elliott Fry (South Carolina), Corey Acosta (Southern Miss)
Week 3: Ian Frye (Virginia)
Week 4: Ian Frye (Virginia)
Week 5: Brad Craddock (Maryland)
Week 6: NA
Week 7: Josh Lambert (West Virginia), Chris Callahan (Baylor)
Week 8: NA
Week 9: NA

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 – Weeks 4 & 5 College Players of the Week

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 Players of the Week:

Kicker:

Week 4: Ian Frye (Virginia) 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 46) 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 5: Brad Craddock (Maryland) 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 48) 4 for 4 Extra Points

Previous Players of the Week:
Week 1: Adam Griffith (Alabama) – 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 47), 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 2: Elliott Fry (South Carolina) – 4 for 4 Field Goals (Long 42), 3 for 3 Extra Points
Week 3: Ian Frye (Virginia) – 3 for 3 Field Goals (Long 47), 2 for 2 Extra Points, Game Winning Field Goal

Punter:
Week 4: Kyle Christy (Florida) – 52.7 Yard Punt Average on 7 Punts (Long 66)
Week 5: Will Hagerup (Michigan) – 50.0 Yard Punt Average on 8 Punts (Long 63)

Previous Players of the Week:
Week 1: Daniel Cadona (Louisiana-Lafayette) – 54.8 Yard Punt Average on 4 Punts (Long 77)
Week 2: Chris Gulla (Penn State) 48.8 Yard Punt Average on 5 Punts (Long 53)
Week 3: William Russ (Texas) – 50.5 Yard Punt Average on 6 Punts (Long 62)

50+Yard Field Goals:
Week 1: Jared Roberts (Colorado State) 52, Rafael Gaglianone (Wisconsin) 51
Week 2: Andre Heidari (Southern California) 53, Austin MaGinnis (Kentucky) 53, Corey Acosta (Southern Miss) 50, Will Conant (Air Force) 50
Week 3: Andrew Heidari (Southern California) 52, Cameron Van Winkle (Washington) 51, Austin MaGinnis (Kentucky) 51
Week 4: Josh Lambert (West Virginia) 54
Week 5: Corey Acosta (Southern Miss) 52

Lou Groza Stars of the Week (3 Chosen Each Week):
Week 1: Adam Griffith (Alabama)
Week 2: Elliott Fry (South Carolina), Corey Acosta (Southern Miss)
Week 3: Ian Frye (Virginia)
Week 4: Ian Frye (Virginia)
Week 5: Brad Craddock (Maryland)

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 – 2014 NC Summer Camp Recap

Chris Sailer Kicking & Rubio Long Snapping continued the 2014 Summer Tour with a stop in Charlotte, NC on July 26. Over 1,500 participants have now made their way through the summer tour. On the heals of FBU’s Top Gun Camp and the selection of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl specialist selections, the NC Camp did not disappoint. Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp Champion:
Jackson Van Sickle (2015) – Jackson is one of the most consistent Kickers & Punters in the nation. The Chris Sailer Kicking “Event Elite” K/P proves himself time and time again. He’s a D1 player for sure.

Top Punter:
Hunter Lent (2015) – Hunter is a special talent. The 6’5″, 220 pound athlete shows as much potential as anyone in the country. He hit a 55 yard, 5.19 second punt on this day. The future is bright for Hunter.

Top 2016 Prospect:
Seth Kujawski – Scott was the most well rounded K/P in his class. The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student continues to impress with his skill and consistency.

Top 2017 Prospect:
Cooper Graham – Cooper continues to make a strong push for #1 in the nation. Field goals and kickoffs are equally impressive. The future is bright for Cooper.

Other 2015 Standouts: Evan Rabon, Luke Carter, Tyler Bass, Josh Boham, Nick Marshall, Charlie Morris, Connor Albrecht, Daniel Leonard, David Koprowski, Ian Johnson, Marion Watson, Ronnie Weyersberg, Zach Coates.

Other 2016 Standouts: Thomas Cook, Marshall Long, Keith Duncan, Kyle Corbett, Brian Johnson, Harrison Kiser, Jonathan McDaid, Brennan Lambert, Caleb Kuhne, Gage Russell.

Other 2017 Standouts: Zach Stearns, Jonathan Doerer, Christian Van Sickle, Clayton Howell, Aidan Marshall, Davis Brooks, Jacob Grimm, Justin Davidovicz, Zachary Murphy.

2018 Future Stars: Robert Brown, Christopher Dunn, Nate Craft.

Chris Sailer Kicking & Rubio Long Snapping will conclude the summer tour with stops in Atlanta, GA (July 27) and Los Angles, CA (July 30).

For more information, rankings, evaluations and future camp dates, visit ChrisSailerKicking.com.

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Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Camps 2014!

The most common question so far about the summer of 2014 has been, “There are so many camps, how do I know which camps to attend and how many camps should I attend?”

I will do my best to give you some clear and simple 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.
•    Younger players may want to attend one or two of these simply for experience.  (Unless you are the #1 or #2 ranked specialist in the nation)
•    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 1 on College Camps
•    BLOG 2 on College Camps
•    BLOG 3 on College Camps

Chris Sailer Kicking Underclassmen Event & “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, or 8th 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 50-75 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.

CSK – 1 Day Camps in Chicago, IL, Dallas, TX, Charlotte, NC, Atlanta, GA & 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.
•    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 (Chris Sailer & Chris Rubio present)
•    Regional camps in Orlando, FL, San Diego, CA, Dallas, TX, Los Angeles, CA Seattle, WA & Dublin, OH.
•    Top Gun camp in Dublin, OH July 18-19, 2014.
•    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 East Bay All-American Games!  Other specialists will be invited to play in the FBU Championships.
•    Register for these camps by calling FBU and using the Code CS14
•    Rankings on www.ChrisSailerKicking.com are updated based on performance.

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 “Invite” Event, 3. FBU Top Gun, 4. Chris Sailer Kicking 1-Day Camps, 5. College Camps, 6. FBU Regional Camps

Q: Camps 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.

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 2014:
Attend in this order of importance: 1-Day Chris Sailer Kicking Camps

Class of 2015:
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. College Camps, 5. FBU Regional Camps

Class of 2016:
Attend in this order of importance: 1.Underclassmen “Invite” Event, 2. FBU Top Gun, 3. Chris Sailer Kicking 1-Day Camps, 4. FBU Regional Camps

Class of 2017:
Attend in this order of importance: 1.Underclassmen “Invite” Event, 2. FBU Top Gun, 3. Chris Sailer Kicking 1-Day Camps, 4. FBU Regional Camps

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

See you this summer!

Visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com for more information and to register for Chris Sailer Kicking Camps!

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Las Vegas Spring Event – May 10-11, 2014

The 12th Annual National Kicking Spring Event in Las Vegas, NV run by Chris Sailer Kicking is a little over a month away.  While many specialists are taking this time of year off, those that seriously want to play in college and know what it takes are working harder than ever.  Those hard workers will be in Las Vegas May 10-11, 2014 ready to impress and gain the most valuable national exposure in the nation.  Here is some useful information for those attending and those that are still considering attending.
•    Event Date: May 10-11, 2014
•    Arrive Friday May 9th.  The earlier that you arrive, the more well rested you will be for the weekend.
•    Plan on being at camp until 5PM Sunday May 11th.  There is no way of knowing if you will make the Finals Round Sunday until you and all other participants have completed the initial round of charting Sunday morning.  Whether you make the Finals Round or not, you should plan on staying on watching the Finals Round.  Get the full experience from the camp!
•    Friday Small Group Sessions (3:00 – 4:00 & 4:00 – 5:00) are OPTIONAL.  These were designed to knock some rust off, get rid of jet lag legs, and gain confidence heading into Saturday.  If you can make it, I highly recommend you attend. CLICK HERE
•    Location: Las Vegas Outdoor Soccer 1400 N. Rampart Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89128
•    There is no bleacher seating.  Bring chairs or buy some cheap chairs if you would like to sit while you watch.
•    Why May? May is also known as “Evaluation Period” for college coaches.  This is a very HOT time for recruiting for all classes.  May offers maximum exposure.  Chris Rubio and myself will be handing 100′s of calls after this event.  Recruiting Boards will be set based on results and our evaluations.  Want to be offered a scholarship at those college camps this summer?  Attending this camp is how they will know about you!
•    The 12th Annual National Kicking Spring Event gives you a chance to make the “Event Elite”.  There is NO set number of specialists that will be selected.  The number selected is based on the number of participants that can compete at that VERY HIGHEST LEVEL.  Usually 15-20 are selected to join the “TOP 12″ at the most prestigious Invite Only Camp in the world.  CLICK HERE
•    Think you are good enough to make the “Event Elite” – CLICK HERE to see who you are competing with and to get a little history about the “TOP 12″ & “Event Elite”
•    It is no surprise that from the 12th Annual National Kicking Event in January that the “TOP 12” are already getting major attention and full scholarship offers.  Who will be next?
•    The Spring Event in NOT an Invite Only Camp.  This camp offers a great experience to kickers, punters, and long snappers of all levels.  Expect a wide range of talent from beginners to the best of the best from around the world in the Classes of 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, Junior Colleges and 4-Year Transfer Students.  The best of the best, The “Event Elite”, selected from the Spring Event will be invited to attend the “TOP 12″ and “Event Elite” Camp in June.
•    Come prepared to enjoy your experience.  Do NOT put to much pressure on yourself.  Come with open eyes and ears.  Learn from your instructors and your peers.  Look around and take it all in.  Watch other groups.  Watch the college and pro demo.  Attend the Meetings.  There are so many things to learn and that you can and will benefit from if you take advantage.  Leave the camp with goals and a motivation to work harder than ever!
•    Saturday – Instructional Day.  You will get plenty of reps.  Pace yourself.  Saturday ends with a Chris Sailer Kicking Original Last Man Standing Competition. Your group numbers will be emailed to you about a week prior to camp.
•    Sunday – Competition Day.  You will be charted.  You can compete in 1, 2, or all 3 skills.  This is up to you.  Your competition start time will be assigned to you at Check-In Saturday.
•    Those that just punt – you are automatically in Group #2.
•    Class of 2017, 2016, and 2015 – You may use tees up to 2″ for both Field Goal and Kickoffs.  The choice is yours.  Class of 2014, JC, and Transfers you must kick off the ground for Field Goals and use a 1″ tee for Kickoffs.
•    Saturday Meetings are the the Group Rate Hotel – JW Marriott.  I highly advise that participants and their parents attend.  Get there early and enjoy. To book your hotel room.  CLICK HERE
•    What makes Chris Sailer Kicking the best in the business?  1st National Camp Ever for Specialists.  1st Kicking Company to ever to rank Kickers, Punters, and Long Snappers on a true national scale.  Chris Sailer is physically at EVERY camp associated with Chris Sailer Kicking.  Chris Sailer is the ONLY one that handles the evaluations and rankings for the Kickers and Punters.  Same holds true for Chris Rubio with the Long Snappers.  Talk to any college coach in America or any kicker or punter that has been to multiple camps and will see that Chris Sailer Kicking is the place to be for the best possible instruction and exposure.  Our advertising is word of mouth.  Come see for yourself!  See you in May!

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