WA Spring Camp Recap, Sentkowski Wins It!

The road to Vegas XXVIII continued this past weekend in Seattle, WA.  Previous stops included Dallas, Los Angeles, Charlotte, Atlanta and Chicago.  The talent in Seattle didn’t disappoint.  There was a great blend of youth and experienced junior/senior specialists on display.  Several attendees will be playing on Saturdays in the near future.  Take a look at the results:

Overall Camp Champion: Kyle Sentkowski (2017, WA) – The “Event Elite” Member was stellar all day.  Over the years, his consistent performances have landed him in the national spotlight.  This time he came out on top by coming through in the clutch.  He was the field goal champion and then beat out both Zach Emerson and Nino Alebegic in the head to head finals.  Kyle is an excellent D1 prospect.

Kickoff & Field Goal Champion: Zach Emerson (2016, OR) – The Oregon commit was solid the entire day.  He is a strong and consistent performer.  He won the field competition by nailing multiple 50+ yard field goals without a miss.  He dominated the kickoff competition by averaging over 70 yards with near 4.0 second hang time.  Zach is ready to compete at the D1 level.

Punt Champion: Nino Alibegic (2016, ID) – Nino is a talented all around kicker/punter.  The senior competed well in all phases of the game.  His field goals are his strongest skill.  His kickoffs show D1 potential.  On this day, he came out on top in the punt competition, where he shows a big leg.  Nino has the skills to compete with the top kickers in the nation.

Class of 2016
Zach Emerson and Nino Alibegic were the most consistent on the day.  Two other that showed very well were Andre Slyter and Connor Lovell.  Slyter, the Eastern Washington commit, has a very powerful leg and great potential.  He will be an excellent player for Eastern in the near future.  Lovell also has a strong leg and shows he can hit a big ball at times.  He too has the skills to compete at the college level.

Class of 2017
Kyle Sentkowski was the top all around performer on the day.  Tyler Padilla however gave him a run for his money.  The combo player (K/P) showed flashes of what he is capable of as both a kicker and punter.  Others to watch out for include Chandler Woolley, Lane Grant, Liam Carius, Manuel Leonzo, Cameron Anderson, Brendon Morton and Cole Brister.

Class of 2018
Although no one stood as superior in the group, the future is bright with some consistent talent in the Northwest.  Same names to look for are Conor Calvert, Cory Davis, Jake Hayes, Lance D’Alessio, Nate Cutler, and Andrew Houghton.

Class of 2019 Future Stars: Cody Redmond, Griffin Cummings, Max Chandler, and Dillon Sturm.

Top Youth Talent: Sam Tolton

For full rankings and more information, visit www.ChrisSailerKicking.com Chris Sailer Kicking will next make stops in Miami, FL (May 7), New Jersey (May 7), Dallas, TX (May 15), Los Angeles, CA (May 15) and Atlanta, GA (May 15).  The spring will culminate with the largest national specialist camp in the world, Vegas XXVIII (May 21-22). REGISTER HERE To be the best, train with the best.  #TeamSailer

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