Chris Sailer Kicking – Stats Leaderboard 2021 (NFL, College, Junior College & High School, Sailer Award)

Chris Sailer Kicking – 2021 Leaderboard

NFL, College, Junior College, High School & Sailer Award

Chris Sailer Kicking will update the leader board as the season goes on:

Last Update: 11/15/21

1. Chris Sailer Kicking NFL Leaderboard
*All NFL kickers/punters that have worked with Chris Sailer Kicking Staff

2. Chris Sailer Kicking College Leaderboard (FBS)
*All 4-year college kickers/punters that have worked with Chris Sailer Kicking Staff

3. Chris Sailer Award Leaderboard
*All high school kickers/punters are eligible for the Chris Sailer Award

4. Chris Sailer Kicking High School & Junior College Leaderboard
*All high school & junior college kickers/punters that have worked with Chris Sailer Kicking Staff

NFL Kicking:
Nick Folk (Patriots) 22-24 FG’s (Long 52) 25-28 Extra Points
Tyler Bass (Bills) 19-20 FG’s (Long 57) 29-29 Extra Points
Randy Bullock (Titans) 18-20 FG’s (Long 51) 27-28 Extra Points
Justin Tucker (Ravens) 17-19 FG’s (Long 66) 20-20 Extra Points
Dustin Hopkins (Redskins) 17-19 FG’s (Long 50) 16-19 Extra Points
Jason Sanders (Dolphins) 12-16 FG’s (Long 51) 17-17 Extra Points
Rodrigo Blankenship (Colts) 11-14 FG’s (Long 48) 7-8 Extra Points
Evan McPherson (Bengals) 11-14 FG’s (Long 53) 27-27 Extra Points
Ryan Succop (Titans) 10-13 FG’s (Long 48), 33-35 Extra Points
Brian Johnson (Saints) 8-8 FG’s (Long 52) 5-8 Extra Points
Ka’imi Fairbairn (Texans) 6-8 FG’s (Long 53) 3-5 Extra Points
Tristan Vizcaino (Chargers) 6-7 (Long 46) 10-15 Extra Points
Cody Parkey (Saints) 0-0 FG’s (Long) 3-5 Extra Points

Nick Folk – Patriots


NFL Punting:
Tress Way (Redskins) 49.9
Bryan Anger (Cowboys) 48.5
Jake Bailey (Patriots) 48.5
Corey Borjorquez (Packers) 48.5
Ty Long (Chargers) 47.9
Tommy Townsend (Chiefs) 47.7
Blake Gillikin (Saints) 47.7
Jamie Gillan (Browns) 44.9
Logan Cooke (Jaguars) 47.2
Bradley Pinion (Buccaneers) 42.7
Tristan Vizcaino (Chargers) 32.0


Jake Bailey – Patriots

College (D1) Kicking (14 FG’s or more):
Cayden Camper (Colorado St.) 23-29 (Long 53) 20-20 Extra Points
Brandon Talton (Nevada) 19-26 FG’s (Long 52) 38-38 Extra Points
Nick Rice (Old Dominion) 18-22 FG’s (Long 50) 26-28 Extra Points
Cameron Little (Arkansas) 17-21 FG’s (Long 51) 34-34 Extra Points
Noah Ruggles (Ohio State) 16-16 FG’s (Long 46) 57-57 Extra Points
Jordan Stout (Penn State) 16-22 FG’s (Long 52) 28-29 Extra Points
Nick Sciba (Wake Forest) 16-18 FG’s (Long 46) 53-53 Extra Points
Brayden Narveson (Western Kentucky) 15-17 FG’s (Long 43) 49-49 Extra Points
Nate Needham (Bowling Green) 15-15 FG’s (Long 52) 24-25 Extra Points
Mitchell Fineran (Purdue) 15-19 FG’s (Long 48) 29-30 Extra Points
Daniel Gutierrez (UNLV) 14-16 FG’s (Long 53) 21-21 Extra Points
BT Potter (Clemson) 14-18 FG’s (Long 49) 27-27 Extra Points
Matthew Shipley (Hawaii) 14-16 FG’s (Long 49) 32-32 Extra Points
James Turner (Louisville) 14-20 FG’s (Long 46) 36-37 Extra Points
Owen Daffer (East Carolina) 14-17 FG’s (Long 39) 35-37 Extra Points
 

Nick Sciba – Wake Forest

College (D1) Punting (Top 15):
Kyle Ostendorp (Arizona) 49.1
Ryan Rehkow (BYU) 48.8
Ryan Wright (Tulane) 48.1
Cameron Dicker (Texas) 47.7
Jordan Stout (Penn State) 47.0
Jake Camarda (Georgia) 46.6
Joe Doyle (Memphis) 46.4
Andy Vujnovich (Wisconsin) 45.8
Austin McNamara (Texas Tech) 45.7
Jay Bramblett (Notre Dame) 44.7
Issac Power (Baylor) 44.7
Porter Wilson (Duke) 44.5
George Goergopoulos (UMASS) 44.1
Ben Kiernan (North Carolina) 44.1
Tyler Sumpter (West Virginia) 43.7

Ryan Rehkow – BYU

Chris Sailer Award Leaders 
Ian Hershey (2022, ID) 18-21 FG’s (Long 58, 52, 50) 43-46 Extra Points
Brady Denaburg (2022, FL) 18-21 (Long 57) 36-36 Extra Points
Liam Padron (2023, FL) 17-23 FG’s (Long 48) 27-29 Extra Points
Nolan Hauser (2024, NC) 16-20 FG’s (Long 46) 58-63 Extra Points
Magnus Lepak (2022, OK) 15-16 FG’s (Long 50) 60-61 Extra Points
Carter Brown (2022, TX) 15-18 FG’s (Long 51) 32-37 Extra Points
Ben Gomez (2022, IN) 15-20 FG’s (Long 45 ) 49-50 Extra Points

High School / Junior College Field Goals (CSK) (11 or more):
18-21 Ian Hershey (2022, ID)
17-23 Liam Padron (2023, FL)
16-20 Nolan Hauser (2024, NC)
15-16 Magnus Lepak (2022, OK)
15-18 Carter Brown (2022, TX)
13-15 Kellen McLaughlin (2023, KY)
13-17 Louie Gatlin (2022, MS)
13-17 Brooks Sturgeon (2022, GA)
13-17 Casey Kautzman (2022, MT)
12-14 Aidan Flintoft (2023, CA)
12-21 Trace Butcher (2022, GA)
11-11 Landon Ogles (JC, CA)
11-11 Clay Walters (2022, GA)
11-15 Tyler Graham (2022, NC)

50+ Yard Field Goals:
58 – Ian Hershey (2022, ID)

57 – Charlie Weinrich (2022, KS)
56 – Ricardo Chavez (JC, CA)
56 – Landon Ogles (JC, CA)
56 – Trace Butcher (2022, GA)
55 – Logan Fuller (2022, NM)
55 – Tyler White (2023, TX)
54 – Ricardo Chavez (JC, CA)
54 – Ricardo Chavez (JC, CA)

54 – Wyatt Redding (2022, WA)
54 – Jake Gaster (JC, TX)
54 – Carston Kieffer (2023, AZ)
53 – Logan Fuller (2022, NM)
52 – Ian Hershey (2022, ID)
52 – Grady Gross (2022, AZ)
52 – Todd Pelino (2022, NC)
52 – Michael James (2022, TX)
52 – Easton Black (2022, AZ)
52 – Logan Fuller (2022, NM)
51 – Drew Stevens (2022, SC)
51 – Carter Brown (2022, TX)
51 – Will Bettridge (2022, FL)
51 – Buzz Flabiano (2022, TX)
51 – Kelson Cotner (2022, TX)
51 – Casey Kautzman (2022, MT)
51 – Luke Brown (2022, GA)
50 – Ian Hershey (2022, ID)
50 – Landon Ogles (JC, CA)
50 – Magnus Lepak (2022, OK)
50 – Drew Stevens (2022, SC)
50 – Brooks Sturgeon (2022, GA)
50 – Keegan McDermott (2022, OH)
50 – Aidan Flintoft (2023, CA)
50 – Isaac Jackson (2022, UT)
50 – Liam Rickman (2022, GA)
50 – Spencer McKinley (2022, SC)
50 – Davis Ashcroft (2023, FL)
50 – Trevor Weldon (2022, SC)
** Bold = Kicker with multiple 50+ Yard FG’s

Charlie Weinrich – 2022, KS

Punting (Top 10):
47.1 – Grady Gross (2022, AZ)
46.9 – Easton Black (2022, AZ)
46.6 – Charlie Durkin (2022, OH)
46.6 – Kalen Jones (2022, CA)
46.2 – Evan Sundermann (2022, MI)
46.1 – Evan Van Steen (2022, NC)
46.0 – Bryce McFerson (2022, NC)
45.3 – Ryan Kingston (2022, IN)
45.3 – Tyler Graham (2022, NC)
43.2 – Tashi Dorje (2023, CA)
42.8 – Jake Reid (2022, PA)

*Stats are submitted personally by individual players or researched via Maxpreps.com Before any awards are given, stats will be double checked through proper resources.For more information, visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com

See you at a Chris Sailer Kicking camp this Fall

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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 Spring Illinois Punters Only Camp Recap: Collyn Hopkins Sweeps the Day!

The 2020 Punt Factory Spring Camp Series was finally able to continue this past Saturday in Crown Point, Indiana at the Crown Point Sports Complex. Punters from across the Midwest came out to train, develop and compete on a hot, windy Summer morning.  It was great to be back on the field, here is how the day went!

Overall Camp Champion / Winner of Last Man Standing AND the Head to Head Competition! – Collyn Hopkins (2021, IL)

Collyn Hopkins is a now a 5-Star Punter

The overall camp champion on the day was Collyn Hopkins from Illinois.  Collyn hit some absolute MASSIVE punts on the day, with his biggest punt being 68 yards with 5.2+ seconds of hang time. Collyn was extremely consistent on a day that had a very stuff wind in one direction.  He was a 2-step punter and had solid footwork.  During the last man standing competition, Collyn hit several punts over 4.85 and was extremely smooth.  He also won the last man standing competiton which saw him sweep both competitions for the day. A few of Collyn’s best punts were: 60 4.75, 63 4.79 and 68 5.2.  Overall a great day form an amazing talent.

Class of 2023 Standouts: Emilio Duran

Class of 2022 Standouts: Brook Honore Jr, Evan Sundermann, Lemark Veasey

Class of 2021 Standouts:  Collyn Hopkins, Jack McCallister, Bryce Morris, Teagan Lenderink

The PuntFactory Spring Camp Series will be in Charlotte, NC this upcoming weekend on June 27th, followed by Atlanta on July 25 and finishing up in Los Angeles July 26th.

Register for any and all camps at www.ChrisSailerKicking.com

Follow us on social media:

Instagram/Twitter: @ThePuntfactory

Instagram: @chrissailerkicking Twitter: @Chris_Sailer

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Vegas XXXV Class of 2020, Junior College & Transfer TOP 12 Announced!

Chris Sailer Kicking is proud to announce The Class of 2020, Junior College & Transfer TOP 12. These 12 young men proved throughout the course of the entire weekend of Vegas XXXV (January 18-19, 2020) that they belong in the elite club of THE TOP 12.

Class of 2020, Junior College (2020) & Transfer TOP 12
*in alphabetical order

Chase Allen (2020, TX)
Andrew Brown (2020, NC)
Taylor Goettie (TR, GA)
Adrian Guzman (2020, TX)
Parker Hannon (2020, GA)
Dante Jackson (2020, CA)
Jude Kelley (2020, GA)
Nick Lawson (JC, CA)
Cavan Leonardo (JC, CA)
Brandon Petruescu (JC, CA)
Cameron Shirkey (2020, OH)
Carson Zilmer (2020, AZ)

Honorable Mention: John Hoyland, Brett Money, Michael Williams, Keven Nguyen, Stockton Lund, Matt Ganyard, Damian Garcia, Axel Perez

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Week 12 College Players of the Week, Evan McPherson & Dom Maggio 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 Players of the Week:
KICKER
Week 1: Brandon Talton (Nevada) 2-2 Field Goals (Long 56), 4-4 Extra Points, 56-yard game winning Field Goal!

Week 2: Matthew Trickett (Ken State) 4-4 Field Goals (Long 43), 2-2 Extra Points, 43-yard game winning Field Goal!

Week 3: Jake Oldroyd (BYU) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 43), 3-3 Extra Points, 43-yard game winning Field Goal!

Week 4: Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 43) 1-1 Extra Points

Week 5: Cooper Garcia (UMASS) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 38) 4-4 Extra Points

Week 6: Jake Koehnke (Air Force) 4-4 Field Goals (Long 49) 1-1 Extra Points

Week 7: Jonathan Doerer (Notre Dame) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 52) 3-3 Extra Points

Week 8: Nick Sciba (Wake Forest) 5-5 Field Goals (Long 27) 1-1 Exta Points, Game Winning Field Goal

Week 9: Camden Lewis (Oregon) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 40), 2-3 Extra Points, Game Winning Field Goal

Week 10: Brent Cimaglia (Tennessee) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 53) 3-3 Extra Points

Week 11: Evan Price (Colorado) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 37) 1-1 Extra Points *Game Winning 37-Yard Field Goal

Week 12: Evan McPherson (Florida) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 47) 2-2 Extra Points

PUNTER
Week 1: Austin McNamara (Texas Tech) 48.4 Yard Average on 5 Punts (Long 57)

Week 2: Tucker Day (Mississippi State) 49.9 Yard Average on 4 Punts (Long 59)

Week 3: Ben Kiernan (North Carolina) 46.0 Yard Average on 10 Punts (Long 57)

Week 4: Braden Mann (Texas A& M) 56.0 Yard Average on 6 Punts (Long 68)

Week 5: Kyle Thompson (Kansas) 48.6 Yard Average on 9 Punts (Long 62)

Week 6: Cody Grace (Arkansas State) 49.0 Yard Average on 5 Punts (Long 59)

Week 7: Jake Camarda (Georgia) 57.7 Yard Average on 3 Punts (Long 66)

Week 8: Drue Chrisman (Ohio State) 47.4 Yard Average on 5 Punts (Long 56)

Week 9: Blake Cusick (Fresno State) 45.3 Yard Average on 6 Punts (Long 61)

Week 10: Kyle Corbett (Charlotte) 60.5 Yard Average on 2 Punts (Long 69)

Week 11: Alex Kinney (Colorado) 50.0 Yard Average on 4 Punts (Long 59)

Week 12: Dom Maggio (Wake Forest) 57.7 Yard Average on 9 Punts (Long 66)

50+ Yard Field Goals:
Week 1: Brandon Talton (Nevada) 56, Massimo Biscardi (Coastal Carolina) 53, Lucas Havrisik (Arizona), Jordan Stout (Penn State) 53, Jet Toner (Stanford) 51, BT Potter (Clemson) 51, Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia) 50, Cody Williams (Portland State) 50, Blake Mazza (Washington State) 50.

Week 2: James McCourt (Illinois) 53, Brent Cimaglia (Tennessee) 51.

Week 3: Cameron Dicker (Texas) 57, Jordan Stout (Penn State) 57, James McCourt (Illinois) 57, JD Dellinger (Purdue) 53, Chase McGrath (USC) 52.

Week 4: Jake Oldroyd (BYU) 54, Justin Davidovicz (Rutgers) 50.

Week 5: Sam Sloman (Miami OH) 53, Andrew Shelley (New Mexico) 52, Blake Mazza (Washington State) 51.

Week 6: Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia) 50.

Week 7: Jonathan Doerer (Notre Dame) 52, Samuel Sloman (Miami, OH) 51, Jake Oldroyd (BYU) 51, Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia) 50, James McCourt (Illinois) 50, Lucas Havrisik (Arizona) 50.

Week 8: BT Potter (Clemson) 51

Week 9: Jake Koehnke (Air Force) 57

Week 10: Brent Cimaglia (Tennessee) 53, Cayden Camper (Colorado State) 50

Week 11: Samuel Sloman (Miami, OH), 53, John Mayers (Baylor) 51

Week 12: None

Lou Groza Award Stars of the Week (3 selected each week)
*Chris Sailer is on the Voting Committee for the prestigious award
Week 1: None

Week 2: Tyler Bass (Georgia Southern), Peyton Henry (Washington), Cristian Zendejas (Arizona State)

Week 3: Jake Oldroyd (BYU), Keith Duncan (Iowa), Greg Thomas (CAL)

Week 4: Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia)

Week 5: Cooper Garcia (UMASS)

Week 6: Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia)

Week 7: Jonathan Doerer (Notre Dame), Matthew Trickett (Kent State)

Week 8: Nick Sciba (Wake Forest), Keith Duncan (Iowa)

Week 9: None

Week 10: Brent Cimaglia (Tennessee), Nick Sciba (Wake Forest)

Week 11: Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia), Keith Duncan (Iowa), Jake Verity (East Carolina)

Week 12: Blake Mazza (Washington State)

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

Who will be next?

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Chris Sailer Kicking Featured Instructor – Aaron Perez

Here we are in the second week of this new series where we feature our amazing instructors. This will allow you learn more about these young men and why they have been chosen to represent CSK nationwide.

Week 2: Chris Sailer Kicking Senior Instructor and head of Punting, Aaron Perez!

Aaron Perez is a former punter and professional soccer player. He has been on staff with Chris Sailer Kicking since 2005.

Aaron was born Covina, CA and attended Charter Oak High School there. He was a PrepStar All-American, Ranked No. 3 Punter in the nation and a three-star prospect by rivals.com. He was also selected twice to be 1st Team All-State, 1st Team All-CIF Southern Section and no surprise that he was selected three times for the 1st Team All-League.

As a senior, he averaged 42.9 yards per kick, placed 11 punts inside the 20-yard line and had a long punt of 83 yards.

Aaron also lettered three years in soccer for coach Richard Siciliano
Played for the LaVerne Lazers soccer club which was ranked among the top 25 in the nation.

He played college football for the UCLA for 2004 to 2008. He served as their punter from 2005 to 2008. He earned first-team All-Pac-10 honors and first-team Pac-10 All-Academic honors, He also set a new school record with 286 career punts and 12,220 career punting yards and was on the Ray Guy Award watch list.

Perez didn’t disappoint once he graduated from UCLA. Eventually, he was offered a pre-season deal with the dynastic New England Patriots, but was beat out by an 11-year veteran. After a stint with the Miami Dolphins, Aaron went back to California and worked his way back into soccer.

Perez then made it with the OC Blues, starting 12 games in 2013 including a match in the U.S. Open Cup against the late Chivas USA. After stints with Minnesota United and Drogheda United, Aaron retired from soccer to join Chris Sailer Kicking as a full-time Punting instructor.

Aaron currently lives in Montclair, CA with his wife, Kelly and son, Finnley. He is the founder of The Punt Factory and tours the country Chris Sailer giving valuable instruction. He also offers private and group lessons throughout the year.

For lessons and instruction with Perez, please contact him (818) 321-6750.  

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Chris Sailer Kicking – Week 7 College Players of the Week, Jonathan Doerer & Jake Camarda 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 Players of the Week:
KICKER
Week 1: Brandon Talton (Nevada) 2-2 Field Goals (Long 56), 4-4 Extra Points, 56-yard game winning Field Goal!

Week 2: Matthew Trickett (Ken State) 4-4 Field Goals (Long 43), 2-2 Extra Points, 43-yard game winning Field Goal!

Week 3: Jake Oldroyd (BYU) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 43), 3-3 Extra Points, 43-yard game winning Field Goal!

Week 4: Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 43) 1-1 Extra Points

Week 5: Cooper Garcia (UMASS) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 38) 4-4 Extra Points

Week 6: Jake Koehnke (Air Force) 4-4 Field Goals (Long 49) 1-1 Extra Points

Week 7: Jonathan Doerer (Notre Dame) 3-3 Field Goals (Long 52) 3-3 Extra Points

PUNTER
Week 1: Austin McNamara (Texas Tech) 48.4 Yard Average on 5 Punts (Long 57)

Week 2: Tucker Day (Mississippi State) 49.9 Yard Average on 4 Punts (Long 59)

Week 3: Ben Kiernan (North Carolina) 46.0 Yard Average on 10 Punts (Long 57)

Week 4: Braden Mann (Texas A& M) 56.0 Yard Average on 6 Punts (Long 68)

Week 5: Kyle Thompson (Kansas) 48.6 Yard Average on 9 Punts (Long 62)

Week 6: Cody Grace (Arkansas State) 49.0 Yard Average on 5 Punts (Long 59)

Week 7: Jake Camarda (Georgia) 57.7 Yard Average on 3 Punts (Long 66)

50+ Yard Field Goals:
Week 1: Brandon Talton (Nevada) 56, Massimo Biscardi (Coastal Carolina) 53, Lucas Havrisik (Arizona), Jordan Stout (Penn State) 53, Jet Toner (Stanford) 51, BT Potter (Clemson) 51, Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia) 50, Cody Williams (Portland State) 50, Blake Mazza (Washington State) 50.

Week 2: James McCourt (Illinois) 53, Brent Cimaglia (Tennessee) 51.

Week 3: Cameron Dicker (Texas) 57, Jordan Stout (Penn State) 57, James McCourt (Illinois) 57, JD Dellinger (Purdue) 53, Chase McGrath (USC) 52.

Week 4: Jake Oldroyd (BYU) 54, Justin Davidovicz (Rutgers) 50.

Week 5: Sam Sloman (Miami OH) 53, Andrew Shelley (New Mexico) 52, Blake Mazza (Washington State) 51.

Week 6: Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia) 50.

Week 7: Jonathan Doerer (Notre Dame) 52, Samuel Sloman (Miami, OH) 51, Jake Oldroyd (BYU) 51, Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia) 50, James McCourt (Illinois) 50, Lucas Havrisik (Arizona) 50.

Lou Groza Award Stars of the Week (3 selected each week)
*Chris Sailer is on the Voting Committee for the prestigious award
Week 1: None

Week 2: Tyler Bass (Georgia Southern), Peyton Henry (Washington), Cristian Zendejas (Arizona State)

Week 3: Jake Oldroyd (BYU), Keith Duncan (Iowa), Greg Thomas (CAL)

Week 4: Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia)

Week 5: Cooper Garcia (UMASS)

Week 6: Rodrigo Blankenship (Georgia)

Week 7: TBA

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 Player Spotlight – Jude Kelley

Each Friday during the football season, Chris Sailer Kicking will be publishing a weekly Player Spotlight Blog to highlight some of our best and brightest! Week 1 features Jude Kelley. Read on to learn more about Jude.

Jude Kelley at the Top 12 Camp in Burbank, CA in July 2019.

Name:
Jude Kelley

State:
Georgia

Grad Year:
2020

Check out my Chris Sailer Kicking Profile HERE

Top 5 Colleges:
1) Whoever I commit to
2) Tennessee
3) Mississippi State
4) Kentucky
5) Mississippi State

Best Game Memory:
In my junior season we played away to our biggest rivals, and I kicked a 46 yarder to put us up by 10 with just over a minute left in the game. It sealed the win for us, and was the best feeling ever as we had never beaten them before, so it meant so much for me as well as my school.

Best CSK Memory:
My best memory from my time with Chris Sailer Kicking was being named as a member of the Top 12 over this past summer in L.A. It was a really fun week, but it was also a great way to end the summer as it felt like all of the hard work from the off season had payed off.

Short Term Goal:
My short term goal is to play D-1 collegiate football at the program that fits me best, as well as earn a degree in either business or entrepreneurship.

Long Term Goal:
My long term goal is to play in the National Football League.

Something Unique we should know:
I am a three sport Varsity athlete (football, soccer, and golf) and I love Michael Jackson and the Beatles!

In 20 words or less, why should a college recruit you:
I’m confident in my abilities, I am focused on the things I want to achieve, and I thrive on competition.

Jude Kelley in action in July, 2019

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