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Kickers

5-star
RankingNameStateEvaluationCommitment
1Jones, AustinFL2014Jones recently attended the 2018 Senior Challenge in Orlando, Florida. He was the top performer at camp and showed that he is ready to compete at the Division 1 level as a 5th-year grad transfer. He averaged 75+ yards with 3.93 seconds of hang time during the charting phase of camp and went a perfect 10 out of 10 on field goal's. He creates great lift on his field goal's and has great command of his body.Alabama
2Quick, CalebIN2017Quick recently attended the 2018 Senior Challenge in Orlando, Florida. He continues to show that he is 1 of the top Transfer kickers in the Nation. Another upside with Quick is that he has the ability to punt at the next level. Quick attended the 2017 Midwest December Showcase. He had an excellent day kicking at camp. He won the Field Goal and KO contests, charted 9 makes during drill work and averaged 70.75 yards per kick off. He showed D1 field goal range and power on his field goals and kick off's. He is a hard worker and available now to transferVirginia Tech*
3LeCorre, PatrickMN2015Lecorre displayed D1 kicking and punting at the 2017 Western Decemeber Showcase. He has developed into a premier field gial and Kickoff guy. He made 8 field golas during the charting and had the strongest leg during the kickoff portion of charting. His punting is advanced, continuing to control the release of the ball during his punt drop will help him develop even more into a true combo athlete.Ball State
4Ford, DarrenMI2014Ford recently competed at the 2017 Midwest Decmeber Showcase. His field goals were his strength at camp where he charted 8 made kicks and looked consistent and confident during drill work. He hit some huge impressive kickoffs as well at camp. Increasing the command of his plant foot should help create more consistency with his ball striking.Wake Forest
5Pinegar, HunterIAPinegar 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. If he can put together a good season at Iowa Western he should be a scholarship k/p at the D1 level.
6Chegia 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 adequete hang time. The kicker currently stands as one of the top uncommitted transfer specialists in the nation.
7Hale, BaileyTX2015Hale recently attended the 2017 Texas Decemeber Shwocase Camp. He has powerful hips and a sturdy frame. He charted well on his field goals by scoring 9 kicks and was able to average 73 yards per kickoff. Hale was able to call on his "A" ball quite frequently during the drill work and is a solid transfer prospect.Louisiana Tech
8Zentner, TylerKS2017Zentner last attended the 2018 National Scholarship Camp in July. Zentner easliy finished in the top 10 at #6 in punt charting, and was top 2 for transfer kickers at the event that featured a field of 600 athletes. He also finished in the top 15 in field goals, scoring 31 points. Zentner is one of the more refined transfer prospects with a very smooth and solid technique. Zentner should be able to come in to a college program to compete for a job right away.
9Akubuo-Onwuemeka, ProminenceCA2016Akubuo-Onwuemeka is a great athlete who is getting more and more refined as a ball sriker. His FG's are solid and the ball explodes off his foot. His punting cn continue to get better with more experience. He would be someone that could add quality depth to any d1 roster!
10Gagen, DonovanIL2016Gagen competed recently at the 2017 Midwest December Showcase. He diplsayed solid refinement in his field goals and his punting ability. He catches the ball well and moves comfortably with it. Increasing his vertical swing up and through the ball should help imporve his power through contact. Directional punting looks solid. His field goals were straight but continuind focus on staying tall should help him create more lift on the field goal attempts.Kansas*
11Enos, JacobFL2018Enos is a talented ball striker who has college talent in both kicking and punting. His leg strength is right at the 70 yard 4.0 level on KO's and his ball flight is clean and consistent. Enos is someone to keep an eye on!
12Kapps Kronemberg, ThiagoIL2016Kapps Kronemberg recently competed at the 2018 National Scholarship Camp. He's proven to us he's dedicated about excelling as a K/P, and takes his work very seriously. At the camp, he booted most of his kickoffs 70+ yards out of the endzone, and hit 2 big kicks during the final pressure round of camp. He also showed well at the 2018 Midwest Showcase Camp. His leg stregnth was apparent on FG's. His ball flight was 15 feet higher than anyone else's at camp. His stregth and refinement has improved over the last couple of months. Kapps Kronemberg has D1 leg talent.
13Swonke, JaredTX2018Swonke was last evaluated in June of 2018 in Texas. He connected on all but one of his long field goals, showing his confidence with long kicks. His punts had Division 1 distance while he showed an easy, comfortable leg swing. His biggest punt with the wind was a 62-yard, 4.71 second punt. Continued field goal work into windy conditions will help the coordinated athlete become a better overall combo K/P. Swonke is is very solid transfer prospect that could handle both kicking and punting.
14Sasaoka, 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.
15Lewis, 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.
16Lorber, MasonIA2016Lorber recently attended the 2017 Senior Challenge in Atlanta, GA. He had a great showing during the event and showed that he is ready to compete at the D1 level. He charted 8 out of 10 on field goals and averaged over 47 yards per punt during the punting portion of camp. He showed great composure and has a smooth technique. Lorber is someone who will be an effective college combo specialist at any level.South Dakota
17Robinson, ThomasNE2017Robinson attended the 2017 National Scholarship. He charted well on Field goals and Kickoffs, he scored 27 made kicks during the charting portion of camp. He had great lift and clean rotation on his kicks. He averaged 64.75 on kickoffs and was consistent with his ball striking. Robinson recently attended the 2017 Senior Challenge in Atlanta, GA. He had an outstanding day with both his kicking and punting. He went 9 out of 10 during the field goal charting session. He also averaged 49+ yards during the punting charting portion of camp.
18Akubuo-Onwuemeka, KCCA2017Akubuo-Onwuemeka is a great athlete like his brother who has shown continued improvemnt and consistency as a ball stiker. His FG's are straighter and cleaner than in the winter. He does need to hit slower rotation Kick offs to capture all of his KO potential. His punting can continue to get better with more experience. He can play at many four year programs!
4.5-star
19Tillman, 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.
20Alonso, GonzagaMEX2017The 2018 Kohl's Kicking National Scholarship Camp was the most recent camp Alonso competed in. Alonso finished in the middle of the pack with 600 athletes in attendance. He finished with a score of 103.45 in kickoff charting, kicking the majority of his kickoffs to the back of the endzone. With continued work and refinement in his technique, he will become more repeatable with his kicking motion.
21Laszewski, AustinFL2016Laszewski recently attended the 2017 Southern December Showcase. He has looked excellent throughout his training. He made 6 charted field goals and was able to create some consistent hits during the drill work portion of camp. Increasing the command of tempo on his kickoff approach should help his ball striking ability.
22Grubbs, DylanGA2017Grubbs recently attended the 2017 Eastern December Showcase. Kickoffs were his strength at camp but he did show signs of clean ball striking ability during the drill work portion of field goals. He has strong legs and a quick foot through contact.
23Durbin, MatthewWI2017Durbin recently attended the 2017 Midwest Decemeber Showcase. He is late to the recruiting/kicking game. He has a super fast leg and did a great job commanding his technique during the drillwork portion on field goals. Creating more control of his catch/mold should allow him to develop his punitng ability as well. He has the tools to play at a high level and will continue to develop into a better kciker the more he is around it.
24Garcia, RodrigoMEX2017Garcia recently competed at the 2017 Texas December Showcase Camp. He charted well in field goals by scoring 8 made kicks. His kickoffs were solid as well, averaging 65.5 yards per kick and had a hang time of 3.44. During drill work he showed ability to create consistent lift and nice slow rotation on his kicks.
25Esparza, DanielTX2016Esparza last attended a Showcase Camp in the spring of 2018. His best kick off traveled 75 yards and he did show improved leg strength. His ball striking does need to continue to develop in the coming months to be a weapon on game day.
26King, BradleyIL2017King has worked hard to get his body in great shape and it has helped his swing and follow through in punting. His Midwest Showcase performance in May of 2018 was solid in both kicking and punting, but his big frame and overall strength are more suited to be a college punter.
27MorenoCA2016Moreno competed at the Western Showcase Camp in May of 2018. His best kick off was 66 yards with 3.7 hang-time. His effectiveness at the highest level will be determined by his improvement in the coming months. He shows good natural ball striking skills and a good foundation to build upon!
28Soares de CastroIL2018Soares de Castro came to a Spring Showcase Camp in May of 2018 and showed that he is able to consistently kick off between 60-65 yards. He also showed that on his "A" ball FG strikes he is a solid college prospect. He does need to continue to hit his "A" ball more often to reach his potential as a kicker.
29Knoebel, AlexTX2017Knoebel competed at the 2017 Texas December Showcase. He dispayed fine technique during the drill work and charting portions of camp. He made 8 kicks and was clean off the ground during the drill work. Kickoffs were solid, increase the ability to sit back should help him create more hang time on his kicks as well.
30Baum, AaronFL2015Aaron showed great ability to step up and he hit some of his best FG's of the day during the FG competition at the 2015 Eastern Dec Showcase and Senior Challenge. He won the FG comp and hit some clean rotating footballs. Continuing to improve tempo on KO's and bringing in his drop on punts will help him improve further. He is a solid college prospect. He showed great range during the FG competition of camp. He was able to hit from 60 off the ground. Aaron is a very good FG kicker, he can contribute immediately on FG at the college level.
31Cadogan, 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.
32Neitzke, KevinCA2016Neitzke recently attended the 2017 Senior Challenge in Atlanta, GA. He had a great overall camp with his field goals, kick off's, and punting. He has a powerful leg and has been working on refining his technique in order for his "A" ball to show up more often. He went 7 out of 10 on field goals and averaged 44+ yards with 4.2+ seconds of hang time. He will be able to do some special things at the college level with the talent that he has.Tulsa
33Mursell, BradleyFL2017Mursell attended a Spring Showcase Camp in May of 2017. He showed well at the Southern Showcase Camp. His leg strength is solid and his technique looks polished. Mursell made 8 of 10 FG and showed 65 yard KO ability with solid hang-time on his "A" ball. Mursell is a stead player who deserves a look at the four year college level!
34Farfan, IsraelCA2014Farfan attended a Spring Showcase Camp in May of 2017. He showed well at the Western Showcase Camp. His leg strength is solid and his technique looks polished. Farfan does need to KO with more hang-time and distance to match his FG effectiveness. He does have college experience and shows great upside as a prospect. Farfan hits a clean ball and should be able to contribute to a four year program!
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Punters

5-star
RankingNameStateEvaluationCommitment
1Draguicevich, OscarIL2016Draguicevich had an excellent showing at the 2017 Texas December Showcase. He had excellent control of his drops and his steps were consistent throughout his approach. He showed the ability to directional punt at a high level and should gain a lot of looks from D1 programs after his performance at camp.Washington State
2Loecher, LukeIA2017Loecher has the build of a successful punter, standing 6'6 feet tall. He has a very natural swing and uses his levers to genarate great power. During his latest showing at the 2018 Kohl's Kicking National Scholarship Camp in July, he finished 4th in the camp that featured 600 athletes. Loecher currently stands as the best unsigned transfer punter in America, and is available to transfer now.
3Zentner, TylerKS2017Zentner last attended the 2018 National Scholarship Camp in July. Zentner easliy finished in the top 10 at #6 in punt charting, and was top 2 for transfer kickers at the event that featured a field of 600 athletes. He also finished in the top 15 in field goals, scoring 31 points. Zentner is one of the more refined transfer prospects with a very smooth and solid technique. Zentner should be able to come in to a college program to compete for a job right away.
4Avila, 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.
5LeCorre, PatrickMN2015Lecorre displayed D1 kicking and punting at the 2017 Western Decemeber Showcase. He has developed into a premier field gial and Kickoff guy. He made 8 field golas during the charting and had the strongest leg during the kickoff portion of charting. His punting is advanced, continuing to control the release of the ball during his punt drop will help him develop even more into a true combo athlete.Ball State
6Bovard, JacobPA2016Bovard has demonstrated that he can play football at the next level. His leg speed gives him a chance to do some special things at the college level. Bovard had an impressive charting session with 8 out of 10 going 54+ yards. With some refinement of his drop, he will be someone to consider as a transfer punter.
7Akubuo-Onwuemeka, ProminenceCA2016Akubuo-Onwuemeka is a great athlete who is getting more and more refined as a ball sriker. His FG's are solid and the ball explodes off his foot. His punting cn continue to get better with more experience. He would be someone that could add quality depth to any d1 roster.
8Pinegar, HunterPinegar 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. If he can put together a good season at Iowa Western he should be a scholarship kicker/punter at the D1 level.
9Lewis, 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.
10Burke, LoganTX2017Burke attended a Spring Showcase Camp in May of 2018 and showed flashes of being a very good college punter. He does need to continue to work on his refinement but definitely has the baseline talent to compete for a punting job at a good four year college.
11Swonke, JaredTX2018Swonke was last evaluated in June of 2018 in Texas. He connected on all but one of his long field goals, showing his confidence with long kicks. His punts had Division 1 distance while he showed an easy, comfortable leg swing. His biggest punt with the wind was a 62-yard, 4.71 second punt. Continued field goal work into windy conditions will help the coordinated athlete become a better overall combo K/P. Swonke is is very solid transfer prospect that could handle both kicking and punting.
12Cole, SpencerMS2016Cole attended a Spring Showcase Camp in May of 2017. He showed well in both kicking and punting. His leg strength is at the D1 level in both areas. He does need to refine his technique on FG and his drop in punting. He does have college game experience and shows great upside as a prospect. Cole has impressive leg speed and should be able to transition to a good four year program!
13Gagen, DonovanIL2016Gagen competed recently at the 2017 Midwest December Showcase. He diplsayed solid refinement in his field goals and his punting ability. He catches the ball well and moves comfortably with it. Increasing his vertical swing up and through the ball should help imporve his power through contact. Directional punting looks solid. His field goals were straight but continuind focus on staying tall should help him create more lift on the field goal attempts.
14Kapps Kronemberg, ThiagoIL2016Kapps Kronemberg recently competed at the 2018 National Scholarship Camp. He's proven to us he's dedicated about excelling as a K/P, and takes his work very seriously. At the camp, he booted most of his kickoffs 70+ yards out of the endzone, and hit 2 big kicks during the final pressure round of camp. He also showed well at the 2018 Midwest Showcase Camp. His leg stregnth was apparent on FG's. His ball flight was 15 feet higher than anyone else's at camp. His stregth and refinement has improved over the last couple of months. Kapps Kronemberg has D1 leg talent.
15Cadogan, 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.
16Melvin, AlexTX2015Melvin's most recent showcase event was December 2017, where he showed great improvements. He showed a clean, fluid motion, and has a frame that will help him continue to improve. His consistency should give coaches a fairly predictable outcome on punt team. His hang time continues to increase each time he's been evaluated, and he'll only continue to get better.
17Neitzke, KevinCA2016Neitzke recently attended the 2017 Senior Challenge in Atlanta, GA. He had a great overall camp with his field goals, kick off's, and punting. He has a powerful leg and has been working on refining his technique in order for his "A" ball to show up more often. He went 7 out of 10 on field goals and averaged 44+ yards with 4.2+ seconds of hang time. He will be able to do some special things at the college level with the talent that he has.Tulsa
4.5-star
18Quick, CalebIN2017Quick recently attended the 2018 Senior Challenge in Orlando, Florida. He continues to show that he is 1 of the top Transfer kickers in the Nation. Another upside with Quick is that he has the ability to punt at the next level. Quick attended the 2017 Midwest December Showcase. He had an excellent day kicking at camp. He won the Field Goal and KO contests, charted 9 makes during drill work and averaged 70.75 yards per kick off. He showed D1 field goal range and power on his field goals and kick off's. He is a hard worker and available now to transfer
19Garcia, RodrigoMEX2017Garcia recently competed at the 2017 Texas December Showcase Camp. He charted well in field goals by scoring 8 made kicks. His kickoffs were solid as well, averaging 65.5 yards per kick and had a hang time of 3.44. During drill work he showed ability to create consistent lift and nice slow rotation on his kicks.
20Taylor, WarrenVT2014Taylor recently attended the 2018 Senior Challenge in Orlando, Florida. His "A" ball continues to be at the Division 1 level with multiple 50+ yards 4.6 seconds of hang time punts. He competed at the Eastern Showcase camp and did a nice job with the charting session. He was confident in his drop and ball striking at camp and charted some punts with great hang at camp. Continuing to master his body and the different positions he can put himself into to create different punts will be key for his collegiate hopes.
21King, Bradley2017King has worked hard to get his body in great shape and it has helped his swing and follow through in punting. His Midwest Showcase performance in May of 2018 was solid in both kicking and punting, but his big frame and overall strength are more suited to be a college punter.
22Hohenthaner, DylanFL2017Hohenthaner recently attended the 2018 Senior Challenge in Orlando, Florida. He hit some impressive 50+ yard punts at camp. With some refinement of his technique, he will see his "A" ball show up more often. He has the leg strength to compete at the next level.
23Enos, JacobFL2018Enos is a talented ball striker who has college talent in both kicking and punting. His leg strength is right at the 70 yard 4.0 level on KO's and his ball flight is clean and consistent. Enos is someone to keep an eye on!
24Moreno, AlexCA2016Moreno competed at the Western Showcase Camp in May of 2018. His best kick off was 66 yards with 3.7 hang-time. His effectiveness at the highest level will be determined by his improvement in the coming months. He shows good natural ball striking skills and a good foundation to build upon!
25Esparza, DanielTX2016Esparza last attended a Showcase Camp in the spring of 2018. His best kick off traveled 75 yards and he did show improved leg strength. His ball striking does need to continue to develop in the coming months to be a weapon on game day.
26Akubuo-Onwuemeka, KCCA2017Akubuo-Onwuemeka is a great athlete like his brother who has shown continued improvemnt and consistency as a ball stiker. His FG's are straighter and cleaner than in the winter. He does need to hit slower rotation Kick offs to capture all of his KO potential. His punting can continue to get better with more experience. He can play at many four year programs!
27Lorber, MasonIA2016Lorber recently attended the 2017 Senior Challenge in Atlanta, GA. He had a great showing during the event and showed that he is ready to compete at the D1 level. He charted 8 out of 10 on field goals and averaged over 47 yards per punt during the punting portion of camp. He showed great composure and has a smooth technique. Lorber is someone who will be an effective college combo specialist at any level.South Dakota
28Durbin, MatthewWI2017Durbin recently attended the 2017 Midwest Decemeber Showcase. He is late to the recruiting/kicking game. He has a super fast leg and did a great job commanding his technique during the drillwork portion on field goals. Creating more control of his catch/mold should allow him to develop his punitng ability as well. He has the tools to play at a high level and will continue to develop into a better kciker the more he is around it.
29Luna, CarlosOH2016Luna attended the 2017 Eastern December Showcase. He has great confidence in his punting ability. His leg strength is solid and his technique is refined. Increasing the command of a late drop will allow him to create more flexibility with the different types of punts he needs to be able to call on at the college level. He can aussie punt and directional punt as well.
30Rasher, JacobWA2016Rasher attended the 2017 Western Decemeber Showcase Camp. He had a very explosive leg at camp and showed well by charting several 50+ yard punts at camp. Continued refinement in his catch/mold should allow him to maximize more of his leg speed and power.
31Graber, QuentinIN2017Graber recently attended the 2017 Midwest December Showcase Camp. His leg strength was solid and he displayed refinement during the drill work portion of camp. He charted 6 made kicks and was able to average 57.5 yards per kickoff.
32Albert, DavidTX2015Albert competed at the 2017 Texas December Showcase Camp. He showed the most skill in his field goal charting and drill work. He has confidence in his ball striking and did a nice job during the drill work at camp. Increasing his explosiveness this winter and spring will be key for his collegiate dreams. Increasing the leg speed will help with kickoffs, field goals and punts.
33Theriault, MichaelNY2017Theriault competed at the 2017 Southern December Showcase. He was consistent with his drop and he did a nice job of working up and through contact. Continuing to build leg strength and explosiveness will be key for continued opportunities collegiately.
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Long Snappers

5-Star
RankingNameStateClassEvaluationCommitment
1Tucker, WyattCA2017 Tucker 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
2Conklin, 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
3Johnson, 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.
4Alonzo, 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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