1. 2022 National kicker Ratings

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.

Kohl's sees more athletes than anyone else in America at our 135 events.

There will be over 300 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.

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RankNameStateCoach ObservationsCommitted
Patel, Jai NJ
Patel’s most recent Kohl’s camp was the National Scholarship Camp in July of 2018. He was very impressive during the field goal charting phases of camp with 27 points out of 36. Gaining the strength over the next couple of years to compete at the next level will be key in his development. Patel…
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Patel’s most recent Kohl’s camp was the National Scholarship Camp in July of 2018. He was very impressive during the field goal charting phases of camp with 27 points out of 36. Gaining the strength over the next couple of years to compete at the next level will be key in his development. Patel attended the Spring Eastern Showcase Camp in May of 2018. He has great control of his body and has a smooth rhythm. He made 8 points during the field goal charting portion and was bale to average close to 60 yards per kick off. If he continues to grow and work on his technique he will be a great young specialist.
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    Sell, BrockIA
    Sell attended the National Scholarship Camp in July of 2018. He showed some glimpses of a powerful leg for a young athlete. Sell had some impressive hits at camp and with some improvement in his technique he will continue to gain the confidence needed to perform at the next level. He has the tools…
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    Sell attended the National Scholarship Camp in July of 2018. He showed some glimpses of a powerful leg for a young athlete. Sell had some impressive hits at camp and with some improvement in his technique he will continue to gain the confidence needed to perform at the next level. He has the tools to do some special things as a specialist.
      Hollenbeck, HudsonTN
      Hollenbeck attended the National Scholarship Camp in July of 2018. He showed that he has the ability to do some good things as a combo specialist. His "A" ball looks solid and with some refinement in his technique he will do some special things during the upcoming years. Hollenbeck has the potential
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      Hollenbeck attended the National Scholarship Camp in July of 2018. He showed that he has the ability to do some good things as a combo specialist. His "A" ball looks solid and with some refinement in his technique he will do some special things during the upcoming years. Hollenbeck has the potential to perform well and with gaining confidence during pressure situations he will see some big improvements.
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        RankNameStateCoach ObservationsCommitted
        Trost, BenIA
        Trost attended the National Scholarship Camp in July of 2018. He had a great performance during the pressure round by making 3 out of 3 of his field goals. Continuing to work on a repeatable motion will see him move up to the next level with the Kohl's rankings. He is a solid young prospect and with
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        Trost attended the National Scholarship Camp in July of 2018. He had a great performance during the pressure round by making 3 out of 3 of his field goals. Continuing to work on a repeatable motion will see him move up to the next level with the Kohl's rankings. He is a solid young prospect and with some hard work he will make some good gains in the upcoming years.
          Bellenfant, UptonTN
          Bellenfant recently attended the 2018 Southern Spring Showcase. He was the youngest athlete to compete at the camp and had a solid day punting the football. He showed above average leg speed and coordination and his big ball on the day was a 55 yard 3.04 second kickoff. Continuing to focus on…
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          Bellenfant recently attended the 2018 Southern Spring Showcase. He was the youngest athlete to compete at the camp and had a solid day punting the football. He showed above average leg speed and coordination and his big ball on the day was a 55 yard 3.04 second kickoff. Continuing to focus on technique the next few years will be key for his development.

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