2023 Vegas XLII Punt Charting Results

Vegas XLII Punt Results
Class of 2027
Place Name Average DistanceAverage Hang TimeBest 1 Ball Score
1Carter Sobel27.53.2830 / 3.87603
2Rory McNeese27.33.0931 / 3.36582
3AJ Sparks28.52.9136 / 3.43576
4Gabriel Scatena25.03.0025 / 3.46550
5Zach Brien25.02.7025 / 3.37520
6Christopher Carpenter25.02.5325 / 3.06503
Class of 2026
Place Name Average DistanceAverage Hang TimeBest 1 Ball Score
1Luke Crudgington35.83.5640 / 3.57714
2Noah Abela32.03.4839 / 3.72668
3Maxwell Dubin31.23.4336 / 4.10655
4Jacob Kreinbring31.83.3240 / 4.10650
T5Clark Lemmermann28.83.4233 / 3.87630
T5Cohen Peters28.83.4233 / 3.87630
7Kaden Hawkins 30.03.2631 / 3.50626
8CJ Wallace31.53.0836 / 3.25623
9Cooper McGough28.33.3135 / 4.21614
10Blake Donion24.03.7329 / 4.23613
11Carter Pierson27.83.3030 / 3.81608
12Max Brodbeck27.73.2730 / 3.47604
13Oliver Chan28.33.2030 / 3.32603
14Zayyir Miramontes25.83.4330 / 3.43601
15Angel Mendoza29.22.9735 / 3.53589
16Kainalu Lee26.03.2827 / 3.54588
17Andrew Orrick25.83.1629 / 3.35574
18JP Carr28.02.6831 / 3.28548
Class of 2025
Place Name Average DistanceAverage Hang TimeBest 1 Ball Score
1Seth Baggett36.84.1940 / 4.65787
2Colby Frokjer41.83.6454 / 4.05782
3Ryan Kobzeff38.73.8640 / 4.37773
4Ty Powell35.84.1247 / 4.50770
5Luca Rosen38.73.7447 / 4.41761
6Alessandro Garrett35.83.7445 / 4.10732
7Tyler Hughes36.73.6443 / 3.98731
8Gavin Grant36.33.6739 / 4.02730
9Nicholas Rassai33.73.9038 / 4.35727
10Treyton McKee34.23.6737 / 4.16709
11Eduardo Medina31.73.8338 / 4.33700
T12Aiden Bui33.23.6635 / 4.09698
T12Dylan Gomez33.03.6835 / 4.02698
14Franklin Wilcox28.34.1036 / 4.43693
15Noah McGough34.73.4238 / 3.65689
16Ryan Leff35.33.3537 / 3.97688
17Brayden Jakins31.53.5637 / 3.40671
T18Kyler Peters31.33.5735 / 3.86670
T18Ty Ackerman29.83.7237 / 3.92670
20Brett Fitzgerald32.53.4438 / 3.81669
21Carson Goulet31.53.4242 / 3.84657
22Tyler Prasuhn31.93.3241 / 4.30651
23Declan Mullins27.73.7335 / 3.80650
24Benjamin Gamarnik29.03.5836 / 3.78648
25Jayden Lambert30.73.3732 / 3.65644
26Noah LaBerge31.73.2442 / 3.52641
27Jack Sullivan32.23.1841 / 3.97640
28William Weisberg 26.23.7130 / 4.28633
29Rodrigo Tamez32.23.0840 / 3.65630
30Brady Wagner31.53.0338 / 3.59618
31Dylan Freebury26.83.4934 / 3.72617
T32Austin Metcalf28.73.2735 / 3.58614
T32Javian Ballesteros27.53.3931 / 3.68614
34Samuel Jacob30.82.9336 / 3.46601
35Tyler Duewel 27.33.2731 / 3.62600
36Carlos Carrillo27.23.2431 / 3.28596
37Ante Bilaver27.53.1630 / 3.43591
38Colton Friedman30.72.8138 / 3.65588
39Richie (Rancho) Rojas26.83.1931 / 3.19587
40Aydin Babic25.03.2925 / 3.57579
41Blake Pankratz27.33.0331 / 3.17576
42Carson Beard27.32.8030 / 3.57553
43Brady Letzelter25.32.8727 / 3.23540
Class of 2024
Place Name Average DistanceAverage Hang TimeBest 1 Ball Score
1Will Langston44.73.8255 / 4.35829
2Jeremy Maloney40.04.2548 / 4.42825
3Ethan Schwartz40.24.0649 / 4.37808
T4Benton Tameling43.33.7345 / 4.38806
T4Ryon Sayeri38.74.1942 / 4.91806
6Dylan Sherman41.23.8143 / 4.44793
T7Jack Smith37.74.1041 / 4.55787
T7Luke Faccone38.04.0750 / 4.25787
9Noe Avalos39.23.8547 / 4.15777
10Dylan Sprague39.23.8045 / 4.27772
11Joshua Goodman39.83.7145 / 4.09769
12Alexander McGregor37.33.8945 / 4.40762
13Kevin “Tripp” Woody39.33.5645 / 4.02749
T14Jaiden Espadas36.23.7939 / 4.04741
T14Nicolas Garcia36.73.7449 / 4.46741
T16Nathaniel Kim35.73.8348 / 4.16740
T16Tommy Sleeman38.33.5740 / 3.83740
T18Connor Miller35.03.8241 / 4.01732
T18Luke Scoma38.53.4745 / 3.98732
T18Caden Chittenden36.33.6943 / 4.21732
21Cole Stumbaugh34.23.8836 / 4.45730
22Alexander (AJ) Schultz37.73.5049 / 4.12727
23Cooper Evans35.23.7247 / 4.09724
24Tyler Kinsman33.83.8439 / 4.65722
25Joshua Barnavon35.03.7139 / 3.87721
26Andrew Lewis 37.03.5039 / 3.60720
27Ethan Stumpf35.23.6745 / 4.52719
28Evan Martin33.73.8138 / 4.52718
29Ethan Crabtree36.03.5640 / 4.16716
30Aaron Lee34.83.6742 / 4.25715
31Drew Schiller35.03.5737 / 4.28707
T32Hudson Schambach35.83.4745 / 3.66705
T32Joshua Zammit35.23.5339 / 4.24705
T32Kyle Beach35.33.5242 / 4.15705
35Marcos Garcia35.33.4845 / 4.06701
T36Jake Spadavecchia30.73.9237 / 4.24699
T36Trey Hale33.53.6436 / 4.21699
38Kaedon Kline33.53.6339 / 4.15698
T39Deividas Paulauskas31.23.8438 / 3.87696
T39Owen Peelle35.23.4445 / 3.65696
41Ryan Murphy33.73.5643 / 4.41693
42Connor Tripp35.03.3841 / 4.03688
T43Kyle Lemmermann34.53.4143 / 4.42686
T43Thomas Newcomb28.34.0332 / 4.56686
45Xander Fraga29.53.8931 / 4.03684
46Emiliano Salazar35.53.2447 / 3.93679
47Zach Marini32.83.4941 / 4.03677
48Daniel Campero31.53.6140 / 4.12676
49Robert Petrich31.83.5735 / 3.81675
50Joshua Hossmann Lees29.73.7735 / 4.05674
51Shayne Daly34.83.2144 / 4.02669
52Max Futter30.23.6235 / 4.50664
53Noah Hamilton31.33.4936 / 4.21662
54Lucca Alcaraz Valens30.73.5336 / 3.84660
55Talan Samosky30.03.5732 / 3.90657
56Micah Navarro29.83.5730 / 4.31655
57Luis Rodriguez30.23.5235 / 4.06654
T58Jeau Vinatieri26.73.8629 / 4.16653
T58Kale Purvis31.03.4337 / 3.82653
60Nico Carrier32.23.3038 / 4.17652
61Nicholas Rigas27.33.7833 / 3.65651
62Aaron Stock34.72.9938 / 3.11646
T63Jacob Hundven29.53.4931 / 3.71644
T63Patrick Durkin32.83.1639 / 3.88644
65Benjamin Hoiland32.23.2139 / 3.79643
66Timothy Tynan31.83.2437 / 3.92642
67Will Cluskey27.53.6635 / 4.51641
T68Miles Mendez29.23.4834 / 3.46640
T68Lucas Petty30.63.3437 / 3.71640
70Austin Bullock32.53.1345 / 4.45638
71Sam Pearman29.53.4236 / 3.90637
72Caleb Willis30.73.2731 / 3.51634
73Luke Armistead30.03.3334 / 3.76633
74Jordan Westrich32.23.0737 / 3.84629
75Nathan Davila27.73.5133 / 3.56628
76Dylan Drennan32.03.0540 / 3.91625
77Thomas Gooch30.93.1437 / 3.56623
78Matthew Herzog30.93.1235 / 3.61621
T79Ridge Jantzi27.53.4235 / 3.95617
T79Simon Nykamp32.82.8943 / 3.82617
81David Dellenbach30.33.1235 / 3.56615
82Santiago Amezcua27.73.3529 / 3.78612
83Christian Miranda27.33.3527 / 4.24608
84Ashton Southam25.73.4829 / 4.27605
T85Gabe Cherwin27.33.2930 / 3.72602
T85Eric Balderas25.53.4725 / 3.96602
87Sean Malone28.33.0933 / 3.62592
88Dylan Fingersh26.33.1433 / 4.23577
89AJ Seidler25.32.9026 / 3.93543
90Luke Pascoe25.62.7427 / 3.14530
Class of 2023/JC/TR
Place Name Average DistanceAverage Hang TimeBest 1 Ball Score
1Konner Melzer40.24.1746 / 4.87819
2Rodrigo Castaneda35.54.2046 / 4.19775
3Aidan Petruescu36.73.6248 / 3.93729
4Jonathan Besharatpour32.33.7738 / 4.11700
5Lucas Froemel33.73.6036 / 3.79697
6Mauricio Escudero37.23.1945 / 3.67691
7Braden Biller34.23.3940 / 4.12681
8Jordan Orcutt35.53.2540 / 3.95680
9Rey Sanchez34.53.2952 / 4.66674
10Brian Batres32.83.4139 / 4.25669

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Announcing Virtual RANKING Evaluations – NOW OPEN

For the first time ever Chris Sailer and Chris Sailer Kicking will be offering the opportunity get ranked on ChrisSailerKicking.com via an innovative virtual evaluation process. I have spoken with 60+ college coaches over the past several weeks gathering information during these trying times. With Vegas XXXV being postponed, College Camps being cancelled and an uncertain future… now is the time to take things into our own hands. College coaches are hesitant to recruit without new information (evaluations). Rankings have been stagnant for months. Chris Sailer Kicking will be the first to offer exactly what our athletes and college coaches need!

REGISTER NOW!!!

We are currently in PHASE 2 of the Virtual Ranking Evaluations. This will be an in depth evaluation from start to finish to ensure that each athlete is gaining a valuable exposure opportunity during these difficult times.

PHASE THREE will open up once PHASE TWO is complete. PHASE THREE will offer this same opportunity up to many more of our athletes.

Chris Sailer will be working directly with each Kicker or Punter and their parents. The evaluation and ranking during PHASE ONE will include five Stages.

FOUR STAGES (CSK RANKINGS)
Stage 1: Phone Consultation
Stage 2: Video Submission / Evaluation
Stage 3: Follow Up Phone Call
Stage 4: Ranking on ChrisSailerKicking.com by Chris Sailer

The new rankings will also be used to determine who will be selected to participate in the TOP 12 Camp. Chris Sailer will be selecting 20 more Kickers and Punters to join those that were already selected at Vegas XXXV.

Who will be added to this list? Rankings will determine who gets invited next!

I am excited to offer this unique opportunity. Remember, this is only open to the first TEN athletes to register on a first come, first serve basis. GO TIME!

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Rankings Explained

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

1. We will only rank a player that we have seen IN PERSON.  Film is great, but it does not compare to an in person evaluation.  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. The evaluation must and will only be done by Chris Sailer (Kickers / Punters) and Chris Rubio (Long Snappers) and staff.  We do not use anyone outside of the company for evaluations.  This is the only way we can assure 100% accuracy.

2. We do not rank all players that we see.  We only rank players that we feel show the ability or potential to one day compete at the college level.  We take effort, work ethic, and attitude into consideration when determining if a player meets the above criteria.

3.  Our rankings are subjective, not objective.  We focus on our evaluation, not just stats.  Stats may be misleading.  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.

4. The 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

Star Rating System:
5 Stars: D1 Scholarship Player
4 1/2 Stars: D1 Talent (D1 Preferred Walk-On or possible D1 Scholarship Player)
4 Stars: D2 Talent (D2 Scholarship or Possible D1 Preferred Walk-On)
3 1/2 Stars:  D3 Talent (D3 Scholarship or Possible D2 or D1AA Preferred Walk-On)
3 Stars: D3 Talent (D3 Preferred Walk-On)

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 on that day.  So, younger players usually do not receive 4 and 5 star rankings yet.  Older players earn the higher rating as they begin to show more of the criteria necessary to be considered a college prospect.  Rankings change on a daily basis.  You can always improve your rank the next time we see you.

*Understand, rankings are not complete until fall camp begins your freshman year of college.  We will see new players constantly 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 now 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.

5.  Once a player is ranked you are in our system 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, or event.  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 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.

6. Once a player is ranked, we do not take season stats into consideration.  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.

7.  Vegas 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 small piece of the puzzle (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 both Saturday and Sunday.  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 are big for many reasons, but please remember that we look at EVERYTHING.

8.  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.

Chris Rubio and myself are very confident in our player evaluations.  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 DO list our name and contact information in your correspondence with college coaches  and on your highlight videos.  I promise you, it is worth it.

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2016 Rankings Complete Post Vegas XXVII, Rankings Explained

The Class of 2016 Chris Sailer Kicking rankings are now completely updated post Vegas XXVII.  NLOI Day (National Letter Of Intent) is coming up February 3rd.  Vegas results and rankings have already made a major impact on college recruitment.  Chris Sailer Kicking now has 40, 5-Star Rated Kickers and 22, 5-Star Rated Punters.  This is an all time record.  These rankings are ratings are 100% earned and not simply given.  Over 800 Specialists are now ranked in the class of 2016.  Things have just begun.  Some have made commitments, while the vast majority still wait to see their final college destinations.  Remember recruiting goes all the way up and through August.

2016 RANKINGS – CLICK HERE

Up next, Class of 2017 Rankings.  Stay Tuned….

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

1. We will only rank a player that we have seen IN PERSON.  Film is great, but it does not compare to an in person evaluation.  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. The evaluation must and will only be done by Chris Sailer (Kickers / Punters) and Chris Rubio (Long Snappers) and staff.  We do not use anyone outside of the company for evaluations.  This is the only way we can assure 100% accuracy.

2. We do not rank all players that we see.  We only rank players that we feel show the ability or potential to one day compete at the college level.  We take effort, work ethic, and attitude into consideration when determining if a player meets the above criteria.

3.  Our rankings are subjective, not objective.  We focus on our evaluation, not just stats.  Stats may be misleading.  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.

4. The 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

Star Rating System:
5 Stars: D1 Scholarship Player
4 1/2 Stars: D1 Talent (D1 Preferred Walk-On or possible D1 Scholarship Player)
4 Stars: D2 Talent (D2 Scholarship or Possible D1 Preferred Walk-On)
3 1/2 Stars:  D3 Talent (D3 Scholarship or Possible D2 or D1AA Preferred Walk-On)
3 Stars: D3 Talent (D3 Preferred Walk-On)

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 on that day.  So, younger players usually do not receive 4 and 5 star rankings yet.  Older players earn the higher rating as they begin to show more of the criteria necessary to be considered a college prospect.  Rankings change on a daily basis.  You can always improve your rank the next time we see you.

*Understand, rankings are not complete until fall camp begins your freshman year of college.  We will see new players constantly 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 now 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.

5.  Once a player is ranked you are in our system 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, or event.  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 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.

6. Once a player is ranked, we do take season stats into consideration.  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.

7.  Vegas 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 small piece of the puzzle (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 both Saturday and Sunday.  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 are big for many reasons, but please remember that we look at EVERYTHING.

8.  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.

Chris Rubio and myself are very confident in our player evaluations.  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 DO list our name and contact information in your correspondence with college coaches  and on your highlight videos.  I promise you, it is worth it.

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