College Transfer Punters National Rating System

08/01/13 - This is the 1st of 3 rankings Kohl's will do this year. We only evaluate campers that we have personally seen at a Kohl's camp. In order to assure yourself a ranking you must attend a Kohl's Showcase camp or the Scholarship camp. When ranking we ask the question, "If there was a college game today, is this athlete ready to help a college team win?". We look at the camp charts and take into account the different conditions at each camp. We also look strongly at how an athlete performs in drill work when they know they are being evaluated and graded. We see how they handle pressure and react in the camp competitions. We see certain athletes multiple times a year and try to grade them on their average performance. RANKINGS NOTE: Kohl's sees more athletes than anyone else in America at our 105 events. There may be over 200 Kohl's high school seniors playing college football next season. There are many good prospects at the 4.0 and 4.5 star levels that will start in college in the future.

(5.0 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
1 Vizzare, Dominick 250 6' 4" Dominic is a tall and talented. Powerful frame and big-time potential. Clean operation time, fast levers and a very confident punter. Showed tremendous potential at 2014 National Elite camp by hitting multiple 50+ yard punts and a few 5.0+ second punts as well. WA
2 Covington, Sean 195 6' 2" Sean is a talented prospect who can KO and Punt. A strong Lefty who creates great rotation and power up and through the ball. 3 years of eligibility left, talented prospect- FL
3 Kelly, Sean 195 5' 10" Sean attended the 2014 National College Elite Camp and had a very good showing. He is a coordinated athlete with big time potential. He charted punts over 5.0+ seconds of hang and numerous punts that were over 45yards. He is smooth with his operation time and clean with his hands. Good punting prospect. FL
4 Dearen, Chadd 205 6' 3" Chad is a D1 prospect. The ball explodes off of his foot. He was one of the best and most refined punters we saw on the 2014 Showcase Tour. Charted exceptionally well at the 2014 Texas Showcase against a very talented field of prospects. Has the ability to kick FG's and blast KO's as well. He is an impact player. TX
5 Nelson, Luke 185 6' O" Luke competed at the 2013 National Scholarship Camp and showed D1 talent as a punter. His charts were very impressive. He is a fundamentally solid punter who has worked hard to improve to the point he can compete at a high level in college. Luke is someone that should be able to transfer in Jan of 2014. IL
6 Sherman , Grant 170 5' 11" Jacob is a solid punting prospect. He has good tempo and talent. Clean hands, smooth transition through the ball. Has had a wonderful JC season, is ready to compete at the FBS/FCS Level, drives the ball extremely well, can continue to work on hang time. Solid Punting Prospect. IA
7 Canahai, Michael 185 6' O" Competed at the Western Showcase in May of 2014 , Has made great strides from the last time we had seen him. Is currently a better FG and KO kicker than punter. Caught a few big punts, has fast leg, needs to continue to improve consistency with his drop. Can compete at the D1 level. CA
(4.5 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
8 Mote, John 215 6' 5" John has attended multiple Kohl's camps with the most recent in Dec. 2013. He has shown improvement from previous camps. Hit a 52 yard punt in the charting phase of camp. Has the drive to continue improving. More smoothness will help maximize talent. John has made significant improvements to his punting mechanics and has increased his consistency. John Showed D1 consistency and leg strength at the 2014 Southern Spring Showcase. GA
9 Hartzell, Casey 185 6' 3" We last saw Casey in the winter of 2013 at a December Showcase Camp, consistency is key to him moving up in the rankings, has a nice frame to work with, showed well in the punting portion of camp, need to see a little more to move into the 5 star level as a punter/kicker, should draw a lot of college interest, feel his best years are still ahead of him development wise. PA
10 Neundorf, Tim 191 6' O" Tim attended the 2013 Western December Showcase and displayed a huge leg, one of the fastest in his class. He has the ability to hit 80+ yard KO's and hit punts in excess of 4.5 seconds. He does need to continue to work on his drop and his ball striking. He does also have the ability to Punt but his KO's are his strength. The ball explodes off of his foot. Consistency is improving, has the ability to play at a big time college. CA
11 Laros, Christopher 193 6' 1" Chris has attended multiple Kohl's events and done well, he has a very strong leg and is focused on becoming an excellent punter, he did attend the National Scholarship Camp in July of 2012 and showed well at the event finishing in the top 30 at camp, Chris is explosive enough to play at a higher level after he is done playing Citrus JC CA
12 Rodriguez, Christian 175 5' 10" Christian attended the Western Showcase Camp in May of 2011, it was to late to really help him with getting noticed, I loved his focus and ability to bring his "A" ball when it was needed, showed good leg strength in both kicking and punting, will be successful in college, can do both kicking and punting in college, punting form is a little raw, "gamer" CA
13 Rock, Stefan 175 5' 11" Stefan competed at the Western Showcase Camp in Dec of 2011 and showed good "pop" at times, he did chart at the 4.5 level in punting but needs to drive the ball better and more consistently to be a very good college punter, he also kicked FG well at camp CA
14 Mactaggart, Robert 218 6' 5" Robert is a strong athletic looking punter who has good "pop" at times. He graded out as a 4.5 star punter at the 2012 National Scholarship Camp in July of 2012, he finished in the top 45 at camp and have improved since his high school days. He is someone to follow this fall and track his season performance. IN
15 Stanford, Jordan 190 6' 3" Jordan competed at the 2014 Eastern Spring Showcase Camp. He has a good frame and a strong leg. He does need to continue to improve technique of all three disciplines. He charted alright, he has more potential than what his charts indicate. Jordan strikes the ball well and looked better in drill work in FG's and Punts than he did during charting. Someone who if makes some improvement can be a very good college prospect. ----
(4.0 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
Clark, Jonathan 190 6' O" Jonathan participated in the 2011 Texas Showcase camp, he needs to work on his hands and his drop to improve consistency, showed he can drive his "A" ball fairly well LA
Gleasn, Marshel 185 6' O" We saw Marshel in December of 2013 at a Showcase Camp, did very well in the drill work portion of camp, showed good FG range off the ground, seemed to be able to repeat his motion consistently, ball trajectory was impressive, also had a solid day punting the ball at camp. CA
Guididas, Joseph 170 6' O" Joseph attended a December 2012 Showcase Camp. Shows good “pop” at times, needs to continue to work on refining his repeatability to maximize his talent, hits his “A” ball on occasion, “A” ball is competitive when he hit’s it. Consistency is key to improvement. MD
Hall, Dalton 270 6' 2" We saw Dalton at the 2012 Southern Showcase camp in December. Has good natural power, nice athletic frame, hits solid hang-times on his kicks, needs to drive the ball better with more consistency, improvement in his trajectory will add yards to his avg kicks which will propel him to the next ranking level. SC
Urbanyi, Kolos 160 6' 1" Kolos has an extremely strong leg. He charted well at the 2013 TX December Showcase Camp. He has the ability to kick FG's as well as punt at the collegiate level. He hit multiple 70+ yard KO's and showed to have one of the strongest legs at camp. His repeatability is good, but ball striking can continue to improve on his FG's and KO's. TX
(3.0 stars)
 
Rank Name Pounds Height Coach Observations State Commit
Al-Housseiny, Hamzah 216 6' 2" Hamzah competed at a December 2012 Showcase Camp. He showed flashes of consistency and repeatability, but needs to continue to become more explosive to continue to move up in the rankings, charted better in kicking than punting. ----

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