Caleb Sturgis was an Under Armour All-American in high school and was one of the top kicking recruits in the country. He's enjoyed coaching Kohl's camps every year in Florida as well as training at the Kohl's College Elite Camp and during his current NFL career.
He accepted a scholarship to play football for the University of Florida, where he went on to set numerous records and earn multiple awards during his career (2008-2012). As a freshman, he handled the kickoff duties for the Gators but during his final three seasons, Sturgis converted 70/88 field goals (both makes and attempts were school records) and earned two First Team All-SEC (2011, 2012), First Team All-American (2012), SEC Special Teams Player of the Year (2012), SEC Champion (2008) and a BCS National Championship (2008).
Sturgis was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the 5th round of the 2013 NFL Draft and was named to the PFWA All-Rookie Team. After two seasons with the Dolphins, Caleb was released but was soon signed by the Philadelphia Eagles. He has made 108 out of 134 field goals (80.6%) so far in his career.