U.S. Army All-Americans & Eastbay All-Americans Announced!

The 2014 FBU tour concluded this past weekend with the FBU Top Gun Camp in Dublin, OH.  Over 800 of the nation’s best high school athletes gathered to gain valuable instruction and compete with the best of the best.  Chris Sailer Kicking is a proud member of the FBU, Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl and U.S. Army All-American Bowl team.  7th, 8th and 9th Graders would compete for the biggest honor in youth football, the Eastbay All-American Games.  High School level players would compete for the biggest honor in high school football, the U.S. Army-All American Bowl.  Chris Sailer Kicking, in association with FBU, would be in charge of the instruction, evaluations and selection for these special athletes.

Top Gun Camp provided the ultimate atmosphere.  The best of the best were present and ready to compete.  Many were deserving, but only the very best were selected.  Take a look at you Eastbay and U.S. Army All-Americans:

Eastbay All-Americans:
7th Grade Game – Class of 2020
Hayden Olsen (GA)

8th Grade Game – Class of 2019
Will Reichard (AL)

9th Grade Game – Class of 2018
Grant Gonya  (OH)

*One more selection per team will be made in the coming months.

U.S. Army All-Americans:
Kicker: Rodrigo Blankenship (GA)
Punter: Tommy Townsend (FL)

Kicker: Kevin Robledo (CA)
Punter: Blake Johnson (CA)

Class of 2016 MVP: JJ Molson (Canada)
Class of 2017 MVP: Grant Ryerse (MN)

Class of 2015 Finalists for U.S. Army-Bowl All-American Bowl Selection:  Alex Kinney (CO) Jack Gonsoulin (LA), Andrew David (OH), Spencer Pettit (WA), Matt Phillichi (WA) & Matt Abramo (CA).

Chris Sailer Kicking was present at 6 FBU Regional Camps… Here is a recap of the the 2014 FBU Camp Tour that lead to these selections.  Chris Sailer Kicking evaluates more Kickers & Punters than anyone in the world.

Orando, FL
High School MVP’s: Cole Fisher, Daniel LaCamera, Rodrigo Blankenship
Youth MVP’s: Jarrett Mills

Dallas, TX
High School MVP’s: Jack Gonsoulin, Drew Galitz, Josh Williams
Youth MVP’s: Will Reichard

Seattle, WA
High School MVP’s: Spencer Pettit, Kyle Sentkowski

San Diego, CA
High School MVP’s: Brandon Hong, Michael Heicklin, Andrew Rodriguez
Youth MVP: Ryan Sanborn

Los Angeles, CA
High School MVP’s: Blake Johnson, Kevin Robledo
Youth MVP: Campbell Geddes

Dublin, OH
High School MVP’s: Jonn Young, Jared Smolar, Alex Woznick
Youth MVP: Chanse Latham

See you in 2015!

US Army Bowl Pic