What Summer Camps Should I Attend In 2015?

Summer Camps 2015

The most common question so far about the summer of 2015 has been, “There are so many camps, how do I know which camps to attend and how many should I attend?”

I will do my best to give you some simple and clear 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)
•    Be smart about how many you attend.  You should not kick back to back days as you will not show your best.
•    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, 8th Graders for the coming year, 7th 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.

Chris Sailer Kicking – 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 this summer. (1 in your region and 1 outside your region)
•    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
•    Camps run by Chris Sailer or Chris Sailer Kicking Staff (Joe Houston, Obi Egekeze, Erik Folk, Carson Wiggs, Chris Nendick).
•    Regional camps in Orlando (FL), Charlotte (NC), Dallas (TX), Houston (TX), New Jersey, Los Angeles (CA), San Francisco (CA), Atlanta (GA), Miami (FL), Chicago (IL), & Dublin (OH).
•    Top Gun camp in Dublin, OH July 16-18, 2015.
•    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 Adidas All-American Game & More!  Other specialists will be invited to play in the FBU National Championships.
•    Register for these camps by calling FBU 973-366-5027 and using the Code CS15
•    Rankings on www.ChrisSailerKicking.com are updated based on performance.

College Camp (4-Year College Specialists)

•    Open to Class of 2015 High School Graduates heading to a 4-Year University or College.
•    Open to all current Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors currently at a 4-Year University.
•    2-Day overnight camp, including hotel + airport pick up and drop off.

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 Invitational 3. FBU Top Gun, 4. Chris Sailer Kicking 1-Day Camps, 5. FBU Regional Camps, 6. College Camps

Q: Camp 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.

Q: How do I register for a Chris Sailer Kicking Camp?

A: CLICK HERE

Q: How do I register for an FBU Camp?

CLICK HERE

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 2015:
Attend in this order of importance: 1. College Camp for 4-Year College Specialists. 2. 1-Day Chris Sailer Kicking Camps

Class of 2016:
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. FBU Regional Camps, 5. College 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

Class of 2020:
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!

2015 Chris Sailer Kicking Schedule

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How to be Chosen for the US Army All-American Bowl

As you know, Chris Sailer Kicking chooses the Kickers & Punters for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. This bowl, which is the largest high school all-star game in the world, takes place in early January at the Alamodome in San Antonio, TX and highlights the top high school athletes in the country.

So, here is how you get chosen for this prestigious event…

  1. Register for an FBU camp that Chris Sailer Kicking will be running in the spring and summer. PLEASE NOTE: Chris Sailer Kicking will only be at certain locations and those locations will be announced by the end of the month. Once the dates are posted, you can obtain an invite code to the camp by contacting Chris Sailer Kicking or FBU directly.
  2. Do well at the FBU camp you participated in and then you get invited to the TOP GUN camp run by FBU in June.
  3. Dominate the TOP GUN camp in June.
  4. The two top Kickers & two top Punters over the two day camp will be chosen as Army Bowl All-Americans!

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Chris Sailer Kicking GA & CA Summer Camp Recap!

The 2014 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Tour concluded with final stops in Atlanta, GA and Los Angeles, CA.  Well over 200 specialists were in attendance in preparation for the upcoming 2014 football season.  Take a look at the results.

Atlanta, GA (July 27, 2014)
Overall Camp Champion: JD Houston (JC, MS) – JD had an outstanding day start to finish.  His field goals are near the very top of this Junior College class and his kickoffs are also strong.  JD has D1 talent and should show well this coming season for college coaches.

Field Goal Champion: Luke Logan (2015, MS) – Luke is a top national prospect in the Class of 2016.  He has a huge leg and shows endless potential.  A big year awaits Luke.  Keep a close eye on him.

Kickoff Champion: Trace Halpern (2015, TN) – Trace is a big time talent.  A great athlete with one of the strongest legs in the nation.  He hit several kickoffs 70+ yards with 4.15+ hang time.  His field goals also show great promise.  Trace is a D1 prospect without a doubt.

Punt Champion: Tyler Flathau (2015, MS) – Tyler is a longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student that continues to impress each time that we see him.  The combo player (K/P) had a solid all around day.  Tyler is a sure fire college prospect.

Top 2015 Prospects:
Cole Fisher (GA) – Cole is a scholarship kicker without a doubt.  Offer now!!!

Laszlo Toser (TN) – Laszlo is simply one of the nation’s best.  Pure field goal kicker and big on kickoffs.

Brennan Goodsen (GA) – Brennan is a big time talent.  A major sleeper that has all the tools to be as good as anyone in the nation.

Other Class of 2015 Standouts: Bradley Harvey, Chris Bruce, Jake Smith, James Ramming, JJ Jerman, Michael Bernier, Zachary Feddeler, Austin Gowin, Alex Alvarez

Class of 2016 Standouts: Alex Woznick, Brady Farlow, Barry Brown, Blake Gillikin, Brad Wall, Caleb Grant, Jackson Morris, Noah Brunner, Parker Romo, Jake Verity

Class of 2017 Standouts: Dawson Bundrum, Jake Lane, Nick Rice

Youth Stars: Brock Travelstead, Will Reichard, Kellen De Peralta, Parker Hannon, Sean Henderson

Los Angeles, CA (July 30, 2014)
Overall Camp Champion: Dylan Klumph (JC, CA) – Dylan has really come into his own as a punter.  The 2014 high school grad is set to go to junior college this coming season.  He has a huge leg and his consistency is coming along nicely.  He hit several balls well over 50 yards with 5.0+ hang time. Was the punt champion on this day.  Dylan will be a top junior college punter this coming season and a future D1 punter.

Field Goal Champion: Michael Brown (2016, CA) – Michael is a big time talent.  A good looking athlete with one of the strongest legs in the nation.  He made a 65 yard field goal!  The future is bright for this talented prospect.

Field Goal Champion: Erik Kreitz (JC, CA) – Erik is a longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student.  He has a great leg and hits a D1 ball off the ground.  He hit from 65 yards out on this day.  Look for Erik to have a big year at the junior college level and impress college coaches around the nation.

Field Goal Champion: Tavis Guerra (JC, CA) – Tavis shows tremendous talent and potential.  The junior college kicker has a massive leg and hits a big ball at times.  He has all the skills to be a top junior college kicker this year.  Look for Tavis to have a great 2014 season.

Kickoff Champion: Casey Eyman (JC, CA) – Casey is a top national junior college punter / kickoff specialist.  He is a great athlete that punts and kicks with great consistency.  Casey is smooth and natural.  I expect Casey to take his game to the D1 level.

Top 2015 Prospects:
Jamie Sutcliffe (CA) – Jamie is an outstanding kicker.  He is set to dominate the junior college level and earn a D1 scholarship.  Offer Now!!!

Kevin Robledo (CA) – Kevin is a top 5 national kicking prospect.  The recently selected U.S. Army All-American was solid as usual.  Offer Now!!!

Spencer Pettit (WA) – Spencer is one of the very best kickers in the nation.  He is smooth and extremely consistent.  He is the type of kicker that could win the Lou Groza Award at the college level.  Offer Now!!!

Other Class of 2015 Standouts: Adam Walter, Andrew Strauch, Cameron Coe, Cooper Garcia, Cristian Bianchi, Eddie Garcia, Ethan Erickson, Franklyn Cervenka, Garrett Erickson, Greg Thomas, Nathan Coffey, Nick Marrone, Tyler Franzen, Blake Maimone, Brandon Hong, Jake Ambrose, Alex Galland, Alec Chadwick, Brady McGetrick, Brett Schafer, Jose Elizondo, Miguel Mendez, Riggs Tamburo

Class of 2016 Standouts: Collin Riccitelli, Dalton Mullins, Aidan Rattigan, Andrew Rodriguez, Crawford Pierson, James Ross, Kevin Boermeester, Landen Saling, Matt Amrhein, Sam Loy, Jimmy Dorn

Class of 2017 Standouts: Chase McGrath, Matt Bazarevitsch, Brian Papazian

Youth Stars: Peter Larson, Phillip Ahn, Tyler Fukuroda, Campbell Geddes, Corey Bell, Ryan Sanborn, JP Rybus

The 2014 Chris Sailer Kicking Summer Tour was a tremendous success.  Overall, over 1700 participants attended camps.  Rankings will be completed ASAP…. READ MORE  Fall Camps are now open for registration.  For more information, visit ChrisSailerKicking.com

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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:
EAST
Kicker: Rodrigo Blankenship (GA)
Punter: Tommy Townsend (FL)

WEST
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!

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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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2014 Chris Sailer Kicking – GA Spring Camp Recap

Chris Sailer Kicking recently wrapped up the third of five major spring camps.  Atlanta, GA is always the site of some of the best assembled talent and competition in the country.  Once again, over 100 specialists from Georgia and many of the surrounding regional states were on hand to showcase their abilities.  Take a look at the results.

Overall Camp Champion: Blanton Creque (2015, KY) – Blanton is an outstanding field goal kicker.  He kicks with great consistency off the ground and competes very well under pressure.  The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student continues to prove that he will excel at the D1 level.

Field Goal Champion: Shawn Davis (2015, GA) – Shawn is a big time talent.  A big, tall, strong athlete that continues to improve each time that we see him.  He has a big leg and has outstanding potential.  He came through on this day by nailing back to back 50 yard field goals to win it.

Kickoff Champion: Josh Williams (2015, TX) – Josh was the most talented overall kicker at the camp.  His field goals are D1 ready off the ground.  His kickoffs are amongst the very best in his class.  And he also shows nice punting ability.  Josh is a great D1 scholarship prospect.

Punt Champion: JJ Jerman (2014, TN) – JJ is an excellent all around prospect.  His punting has come a long way.  He punts for outstanding distance and hang time with great consistency.  Also a very solid kicker.  JJ is developing at a great pace and is on track to play for a D1 program.

Class of 2014 Standouts:
Dallas Kepler (GA) – The Chris Sailer Kicking “TOP 12” Kicker and recent Arkansas State commit had another excellent day.  His field goals are smooth and consistent off the ground and his kickoffs are D1 ready.  Dallas should make an immediate impact at the college level next year.

Class of 2015 Standouts:
Tommy Townsend (FL) – Tommy is one of the most talented punters in the nation.  He is a great athlete with a big time leg.  His potential is through the roof.  He has picked up one offer from Colorado and should receive many more this spring and summer.

Hayes Foster (TN) – Hayes did a great job all day long.  He is a good looking athlete with a strong leg.  He hits a nice consistent ball off the ground and his kickoffs are also nearing college ready.  Hayes has all the tools to kick on Saturdays.

Mason McLean (AL) – Mason is a top kicker / punter combo prospect.  He has a big leg and shows great potential in all three areas of the game.  Mason does well under pressure and works as hard as anyone out there.

Trey Blasingame (GA) – Trey is one of the most consistent kickers in the nation.  It seems like he never has a bad day.  The longtime Chris Sailer Kicking student had a solid day once again from start to finish.  He has all the tools to play college football.  Look for Trey to have an outstanding summer impressing college coaches.

Laszlo Toser (TN) – Laszlo is an impressive kicking prospect.  He has shown tremendous improvement from camp to camp and is proving that he belongs amongst the best of the best.  His field goals get great height off the ground.  His kickoffs are also solid.  He is an excellent D1 prospect.

Other Class of 2015 Standouts: Chris Bruce, Cooper Gresham, Justin Peachy, Logan Mathes, Michael Bernier.

Class of 2016 Standouts:
James McCourt – James made a big impression at his first Chris Sailer Kicking camp.  He is a great athlete with a very strong leg.  James kicks with ease and is very smooth.  His kickoffs, field goals and punts all show great potential.

Luke Logan  – Luke has one of the strongest legs in the nation in his class.  He hits a huge ball at times.  I expect him to compete with the best of the best in his class.  Big time potential here.

Alex Woznick – Alex is a great kicking prospect.  He has a  big leg and hits an excellent ball off the ground.  His kickoffs are also showing great college potential.  Alex continues to improve each time that we see him.  Kicks well under pressure.

Oren Milstein – Oren is an excellent kicker.  He has a big leg and makes kicks with nice consistency.  His field goals and kickoffs are both strong.  He competes well under pressure.  I expect him to have a great future.

Harrison Kiser – Harrison is a very good kicker.  A good looking athlete that shows great overall potential.  He has the tools to compete amongst the best in his class.  Keep a close eye on him the next few years.

Other Class of 2016 Standouts: Barry Brown, Brandon Howard, Jake Veridy, Logan Wheat.

Chris Sailer Kicking will next travel to Chicago, IL (March 30), Dallas, TX (April 27), and Los Angeles, CA (May 4).  The Spring Camp Tour will conclude with the 12th Annual National Kicking Spring Event in Las Vegas May 10-11, 2014!

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