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Kickers

RankNameStateClassEvaluationCommitments
5-Star
1Alonso, GonzagaMEX2017Alonso has shown he's a Division 1-ready kicker with multiple top performances this past January and December. The 2018 Kohl's Dallas Showcase in December, the majority of his kickoffs were to the back of the endzone. His field goals off the ground were very impressive, showing a 60-yard range indoors. He followed it up with a great performance at the 2019 Kohl's Senior Challenge in January 2019, where he showed the same big kickoffs and field goal range. His punting is solid but is not at the level of his kicking. His email is gonzaga.alonso8@gmail.com.
2Pearce, BlakeOK2014Pearce is solid transfer prospect who has shown a very strong leg. At the 2019 Southern Spring Showcase Pearce was dominant on kickoffs, posting an average distance that was 6 yards higher than any senior or transfer athlete in attendance. He also shows tremendous power and height on his field goals, and can fill in as a punter as well.
3Baum, AaronFL2015Baum has always shown a strong leg at camps over the years, and has stepped up in field goal and kickoff competitions. In May at the 2019 Southern Showcase Baum showed his strength again, with the most dominant kickoff hangtimes at camp. At the 2019 Kohl's Senior Challenge, he showed his strong leg, finishing as a top performer in kickoffs. His biggest kickoff was a 79-yard kick, which earned him a spot in the final competition in the Senior Challenge video broadcast. Baum is an older athlete to keep an eye on, and is available now.
4Akubuo-Onwuemeka, ProminenceCA2016Akubuo-Onwuemeka is a great athlete who is getting more and more refined as a ball striker. His FG's are solid and the ball explodes off his foot. His punting can continue to get better with more experience. He would be someone that could add quality depth to any D1 roster at kicker or punter His leg strength is impressive as he won multiple events at the December 2018 Showcase Camp.
5Pinegar, HunterIA2017Pinegar has Power 5 leg talent in both kicking and punting. He is a weapon both in the pocket and on the run in the punt game. He can Kick off at a Power 5 level now. Pinegar is a superior athlete who can come in and kick off immediately and add depth as a punter to most Power 5 programs.SHSU
6Tarbutt, MichaelNY2015Tarbutt is starter at Uconn and looking for a good program to transfer to as a grad transfer. His leg strength is very good and his game experience makes him an intriguing addition to most FBS programs.Minnesota
7Contreraz, ChaseIA2018Kicker/Punter Chase Contreraz competed at the 2019 Midwest Spring Showcase. While there, he hit a kickoff with 3.9 seconds of hang time, and made 9 field goals. He showed some great fundamentals duing the drill work period and will only continue to improve.
8Bobak, MichaelPA2019Bobak possesses a high level of talent and cordination. He has the ablility to be a true combo prospect at the Division 1 level. His hands are consistent in his drop and his leg swing has great exlosive power.
9Pollard, DouglasMI2014At the 2019 Senior Challenge in January, Pollard followed up a nice December performance with another strong showing. He showed his improvement in accuracy and distance by capturing 2nd place in field goal charting, and improved upon his kickoff score. In December he did very well in the drill work and charting phases of camp. He scored 12 point in the field goal charting phase and scored a 107.1 in the kickoff portion of camp. His leg strength and repeatability make him an intriguing addition to a college program.
10Lewis, CoryUT2016Lewis is a powerful lefty who showed well at the Western Showcase Camp in May of 2018. His kicking is better than his punting currently. The ball jumps off his foot on FG with great height and solid consistency. He is someone to watch at Fullerton JC.
11Chegia, AndrewPA2015Chegias recently competed at the 2018 Kohl's Kicking National Scholarship Camp. In a field of 600 athletes Chegia finished near the top of the group with a score of 29 points. He also was able to showcase his kickoff leg, which compliments his precision field goal ability. Some of his biggest kickoffs traveled just under 80 yards with adequate hang time. The kicker currently stands as one of the top uncommitted transfer specialists in the nation.Westchester
12Gutierrez-Olvera, Nicolas2019Gutierrez-Olvera attended the 2019 Texas Spring Showcase. There, the transfer kicker tied for first in field goals made. The Texas Showcase was one of the more talented stops on the National Tour. He showed to be a solid, technically sound field goal kicker during the drill work phase.
13Williams, DevanteAZ2011With his long, strong frame, Williams has shown in the past that he can hit 65-yard field goals with his strong leg. He has made some bigger technical strides in his field goals and kickoffs, and is becoming more consistant in his ball-striking hitting 75% of his kickoffs at the 2019 Western Showcase in May over 4 seconds. In 2018, Devante had some of the biggest field goals on our December winter tour. Devante is someone with continued technical improvement could help a larger college program
14Enos, JacobFL2018Enos is a talented ball-striker who has college talent as kicker, and has experience punting. His kickoffs reached 80-yards at the 2019 Kohl's Senior Challenge on a windy day, and has shown a strong kickoff leg in December as well in a field of 230+ kickers at the event. At the 2018 December Showcase Camp. His leg strength was right at the 70-yard 4.0 level on kickoffs, and his ball flight was clean and consistent. Enos is someone to keep an eye on.
15Figenscher, ColinFL2018Figenscher is kicker who recently competed at at the 2019 Senior Challenge in January. He had a strong showing, finishing near the top in kickoff charting. His biggest kickoff was a 77-yard, 3.62-second kick. At the December 2018 Showcase Camp, he made 11 points on field goals and scored a 104 in the kickoff portion of camp. He is a younger transfer prospect that will only get better.
16Winkel, TaitenKS2018Taiten recently competed at a December 2018 Showcase Camp. The 2018 hs grad showed well at camp making 10 points on FG's and scoring a 104 on KO's. He also scored a 97 in the punting portion of camp. His in the pocket punting is ahead of his roll out punting but he is a nice combo player who can add depth to a college program.
17Herbst, KyleTX2015Kyle recently competed at a December Showcase camp. He showed well in multiple drills and charted well also. His big ball on kick ofss was 74 yards with 3.7 hang-time. His FG ball striking is solid but he can continue to develop as a FG specialist. His leg strength on kickoffs is his greatest attribute. The former Texas A&M walk-on has the talent to contribute immediately to another college program.
18Sasaoka, KekoaHI2016Sasaoka recently attended the 2017 December Western Showcase. He charted like a D1 kicker. Continuing to refine his leg swing and work on clean contact through the ball will be key to his collegiate success. His "A" ball is excellent and he charted well on field goals and kickoffs.
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4.5-Star
19Bourgon, EmericAR2018Bourgon kicked field goals and kicked off at the 2019 Texas Spring Showcase Camp. The kicker from Arkansas showed some sound technique and ball-striking during the drill work phase. He will continue to improve with consistent work on his technique.
20Abel, JacobKS2018Jacob recently competed at a December Showcase Camp and made an impressive 11 points in the FG charting phase. His KO's need to continue to develop in order to be able to do that at a winning level in college. His natural ball striking skills do make him a recruitable player with potential to be a dependable point scorer at the next level.
21Flannery-Fleck, KieranCAN2017Kieran recently competed at a December Showcase Camp and scored a solid 100.4 in the KO charting phase. His FG's need to continue to develop in order to be able to do that at a winning level in college. His natural leg strength does make him a recruitable player with potential to help a program at the next level.
22Henzi, IanIL2016Ian recently competed at a December 2018 Showcase Camp. He made 6 points on the FG portion of camp and scored a 106 on the kick off portion of camp. Ian is a better punter than kicker and showed very well in the drill work phase of camp. His fall succees combined with his maturity should make him an attractive addition to most college programs.
23Powell, EvanFL2014Powell competed at the 2019 Kohl's Senior Challenge, showing about an even talent-level in both his kicking and punting. His biggest kickoff was a 70-yard ball. His biggest punt was a 49-yard punt, where he averaged a nice 47 yards charting with the wind. Powell had a good showing, and will only get better has he continues to maximze his power.
24Smith, AustinFL2017Smith competed at the 2019 Kohl's Senior Challenge, showing promise as a punter/kickoff combo. Smith captured a score of 106.8, with an average distance of 48 yards. He handled himself well in the strong winds, playing them well with his shortest punt of 45 yards. With a great performance, he even has room to refine his technique in both disciplines.
25Garibay, MauricioIL2017Garibay is a 2017 transfer prospect who competed at the 2019 Kohl's Senior Challenge in January. His biggest kickoff was a 75-yard boot with 3.62 seconds of hang time. He is a a 4.5-star level kicker with room to improve.
26Lombardi, ColinIL2018Colin recently competed at December 2018 Showcase Camp. He scored 7 points on the FG portion and scored 97 points in the kick off portion. He is someone who is a solid ball striker and showed well in the drill work phase of camp. He does need to continue to work on leg strength in the coming months.
27Tillman, DakotaGA2015Tillman recently attended the 2018 Senior Challenge in Orlando, Florida. He showed college level leg strength with multiple 68+ yard kick off's. Tillman attended the 2017 Southern December Showcase Camp. His drill work and charting of field goal's was excellent. Increasing the command of his contact on kick off's will be key for his continued development and improving his chances of finding a college home.
28Cadogan, AidanMA2018Cadogan recently competed at the 2018 National Scholarship Camp in July. His best discipline at the camp was punting, where he finished with a score of 100.06 in the top 30% of camp. Many of his punts were 40+ yards. The K/P sent all of his kickoffs for touchbacks, finishing middle of pack at the event during kickoff charting. As one of the younger transfer athlete, Cadogan will continue to improve and refine his skills with consistent work.
29Washington, HunterMI2019Washington competed at the 2019 Kohl's National Scholarship Invitation Camp. He demonstrated refined ball-striking in the filed goal portion of camp which allowed him to scre 12 points in the field goal charting of camp. His kickoffs were consistent and his leg swing was repeatable. His big ball at camp was 61 yards, 3.11 seconds of hang time.
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Punters

RankingNameStateClassEvaluationCommitments
5-Star
1Goettie, TaylorGA2017Goettie had one of the more impressive charting sessions that we have seen from a transfer at a Kohl’s camp. He averaged 56+ yards with 4.6 seconds of hang time over the 8 punts. Goettie was also able to hit the roll-out punt with great accuracy and power. He is ready to play at a Power 5 school and he should be someone highly recruited this summer.Penn State
2Loy, SamCA2016Loy recently demonstrated that he has the ability to punt at a high level. He showed that he has one of the strongest legs that we have seen among transfer punters. Loy has the ability to perform the roll out punt as good as if not better than anyone we have seen and he should be highly recruited transfer this summer.Arkansas
3Bowler, ConnorPA2017Bowler is a mature punter who was very impressive at the Eastern Kohl’s Showcase camp and showed that he is a top Division 1 transfer prospect. He had an impressive charting phase of camp and also showed well during the drill work phase. His ability to create good height and distance on his punts will see him ready to compete this fall. Bowler also showed that he is an all-round punter by demonstrating that he can perform the roll out punt.UNC Charlotte
4Feagles, ZachNJ2017Zach is a transfer player from the University of Miami. He was an outstanding athlete in high school who rushed for over one thousand yards. The talented and strong punter can contribute immediately to a program looking for an experienced punter.
5Perlicki, BrunoCT2018Perlicki had his most complete punt showing at the 2019 Kohl's National Scholarship Camp. His traditional in-the-pocket punts were consistent and he also showed the ability to move in space and convert roll-out punts durint camp. He demonstrated Division 1 Power 5 talent with not only his large frame but his leg strength.
6Burke, LoganTX2017Burke had an impressive showing at the Kohl’s Texas Showcase camp where he hit multiple 45+ yard punts. He had great control of his punts and also showed impressive leg strength during the drill work phase. He was first in charting in-the-pocket punts out of the transfer and senior class at the Texas event. Burke catches the ball clean and that will help him play at Division 1 school. He should be on the radars of some Power 5 schools this summer.
7Pinegar, HunterIA2017Pinegar has Power 5 leg talent in both kicking and punting. He is a weapon both in the pocket and on the run in the punt game. He can Kick off at a Power 5 level now. Pinegar is a superior athlete who can come in and kick off immediately and add depth as a punter to most Power 5 programs.Sam Houston State
8Akubuo-Onwuemeka, ProminenceCA2016Akubuo-Onwuemeka is a great athlete who is getting more and more refined as a ball sriker. His field goals are solid and the ball explodes off his foot. His punting can continue to get better with more experience. He would be someone that could add quality depth to any d1 roster at kicker or punter! His leg strength is impressive as he won mulitple events at the December 2018 Showcase Camp.
9Avila, HarrisonCA2017Avila had an impressive showing at the 2017 Western December Showcase. He charted one of the best punting charting we have seen since we have been doing the showcase camps. He commands his drop with ease and is able to call on his "A" ball at will. He can continue to work on his stepping pattern in hopes of becoming more repeatable up and through the ball.Hawaii
10Aguilera, SamTX2016Sam recently competed at the Dallas Showcase in December of 2018. He showed progress techincally in his punting and has a FBS leg. The former North texas punter showed an increase command of his "A" ball and has the size and tools to be outstanding the remainder of his college career.
11Henzi, IanMI2016Ian recently competed at a December 2018 Showcase Camp. He made 6 points on the FG portion of camp and scored a 106 on the kick off portion of camp. Ian is a better punter than kicker and showed very well in the drill work phase of camp. His fall succees combined with his maturity should make him an attractive addition to most college programs.Kent State
12Bobak, MichaelPA2019Bobak possesses a high level of talent and cordination. He has the ablility to be a true combo prospect at the Division 1 level. His hands are consistent in his drop and his leg swing has great exlosive power.
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4.5-Star
13Baum, AaronFL2015Baum has always shown a strong leg at camps over the years, and has stepped up in field goal and kickoff competitions. In May at the 2019 Southern Showcase Baum showed his strength again, with the most dominant kickoff hangtimes at camp. At the 2019 Kohl's Senior Challenge, he showed his strong leg, finishing as a top performer in kickoffs. His biggest kickoff was a 79-yard kick, which earned him a spot in the final competition in the Senior Challenge video broadcast. Baum is an older athlete to keep an eye on, and is available now.
14Smith, Austin2017Smith competed at the 2019 Kohl's Senior Challenge, showing promise as a punter/kickoff combo. Smith captured a score of 106.8, with an average distance of 48 yards. He handled himself well in the strong winds, playing them well with his shortest punt of 45 yards. With a great performance, he even has room to refine his technique in both disciplines.
15Alonso, GonzagaMEX2017Alonso has shown he's a Division 1-ready kicker with multiple top performances this past January and December. The 2018 Kohl's Dallas Showcase in December, the majority of his kickoffs were to the back of the endzone. His field goals off the ground were very impressive, showing a 60-yard range indoors. He followed it up with a great performance at the 2019 Kohl's Senior Challenge in January 2019, where he showed the same big kickoffs and field goal range. His punting is solid but is not at the level of his kicking. His email is gonzaga.alonso8@gmail.com.
16Gutierrez-Olvera, Nicolas2019Gutierrez-Olvera attended the 2019 Texas Spring Showcase. There, the transfer kicker tied for first in field goals made. The Texas Showcase was one of the more talented stops on the National Tour. He showed to be a solid, technically sound field goal kicker during the drill work phase.
17Winkel, TaitenKS2018Taiten recently comepted at a December 2018 Showcase Camp. The 2018 high school grad showed well at camp making 10 points on field goals and scoring a 104 on kickoffs. He also scored a 97 in the punting portion of camp. His in the pocket punting is ahead of his roll out punting but he is a nice combo player who can add depth to a college program.
18Turney, JoshMD2017Josh recently attended a 2018 December Showcase Camp. He showed well in mulitple portions of camp. His pocket punting was solid with a score of 93 and his did score points on the roll out charting we did at camp as well. He is somone to follow up with if you need a punter to be ready this fall.
19Lewis, CoreyUT2016Lewis is a powerful lefty who showed well at the Western Showcase Camp in May of 2018. His kicking is better than his punting currently. The ball jumps off his foot on FG with great height and solid consistency. He is someone to watch at Fullerton JC.

Long Snappers


5-Star
RankingNameStateClassEvaluationCommitment
1Stephens, AltonGA2019Stephens recently competed at the Kohl’s National Scholarship camp and snapped very well. He showed his power during the charting portion of camp by having an average snap time of .69 seconds. Stephens also displayed that he can snap with control and precision. He scored on 8 of his 12 long snaps. He has all the tools you look for in a snapper and will continue to improve as he controls his snapping motion and sticks his finish.

2Tokos, MatthewNV2018Tokos recently attended the Kohl’s Western Showcase and displayed great talent and superior snapper ability. The ball jumps off his hands with consistent location. During the charting portion of camp, Tokos was able to score on 10 out of 12 long snaps with an average snap time of .67 seconds. He is a guy who can be a plug and play snapper right awayUNLV
3Tucker, WyattCA2017Tucker recently attended the Kohl’s Western Showcase and displayed great talent and superior athleticism. He has a solid frame and the ability to play for any program in the country. He snaps the ball with clean consistency and places the ball on the punters hip. He also snapped very well during the live portion of camp and will be able to make an impact at the NCAA level.Hawaii
4Conklin, BobbieCA2016 At the Kohl’s Western Showcase, Conklin snapped with power and clean rotation. During the charting portion of camp, he scored on 8 of his 12 long snaps and had an average snap time of .68 seconds. He showed he can snap a clean ball to the punters as well as be an asset in coverage.
4.5-Star
5Johnson, NikoCA2013 Johnson recently competed at the Kohl’s Western Showcase and showed great overall talent. He snapped with power and showed during the live portion of camp that he can provide the punters with an easy ball to catch. During the athletic portion of camp, he ran well and showed solid athleticism. Johnson finished the day with an average snap time of .7 seconds.
6Alonzo, AlexCA2017 Alonzo competed at the Western Showcase and showed he has the talent to play at the next level. He scored on his first 5 charted long snaps and then struggled to keep it rolling. He finished the day by scoring on 7 of his 12 long snaps with an average snap time of .78 seconds. Alonzo will see his snapping improve as he makes gains in the weight room and refines his mechanics.

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