Chris Sailer Kicking recently wrapped up the 2013 Nike Fall Camp Tour with final stops in Atlanta, GA and Charlotte, NC. After stops in Los Angeles, Albany, Dallas & Chicago, the talent on this final weekend might have just been the best yet. In cold and rainy conditions, the best of the best managed to step up and dominate the competition. Take a look at the results.
Camp Champion: Rafael Gaglianone (2014)
The "TOP 12" Member, Vegas Champion and recent Wisconsin commit simply dominated
both mentally on physically. Rafael is one of the very best in the nation and
proved it once again. Field goals and kickoffs are ready for the next level
right now. On this day he won both the field goal and kickoff competition. He
will be a great player for the Wisconsin Badgers.
Field Goal Champion: Shavi Bash (2014)
Shavi did a great job at his first Chris Sailer Kicking camp. He has an
outstanding leg and shows great overall potential. On this day, he stepped up
when it counted the most. He won the competition by nailing several 50-yard
field goals off the ground. His kickoffs were also solid. He has nice D1
Charlie Goedtke (2014)
Charlie caught on fire in the finals competitions. The big, tall, strong
athlete put together a great string of 45+ yard punts to take the victory. He
shows nice college potential.
Other 2014 Standouts: Dallas Kepler, Marc Nolan, Cody Gottberg, Chris Birozez,
Daniel DiRoberto, Kevin Phillips, Nicholas Alvey, Tristan Reynolds, Thomas
O'Leary, Timmy Hartshorn, Alex Brenner.
Top 2015 Talent: Cole Fisher, Jameson Vest, Matt Bonadies, Trace Halpern, Tommy
Townsend, Brennan Goodson, Evan Rabon, Ivy Wall, JJ Jerman, Sergei Bowen, Shawn
Davis, Trey Blasingame, Patrick LeCorre, Tyler Flathau.
2016 Future Stars: Alex Barbir, Tim Linke, Alexander Woznick, Brady Farlow.
Camp Champion: Steven Sawicki (2015)
Steven was only the 2nd punter this Fall to win a championship. He is a
talented junior that shows big time potential. A big, tall, strong athlete that
hits an outstanding ball at times. He has all the tools to be one of the very
best in the nation. He was the punt champion and overall champion on this day.
Look for Steven to have a huge showing in Las Vegas this January.
Field Goal Champion: Jonn Young (2015)
Jonn not only won a major field goal competition, but he also won the kickoff
competition. Jonn was a standout at this camp from start to finish. He has the
tools to be a special one. He should also show very well in Las Vegas.
Field Goal Champion: Brett Norton (2015)
Brett is a solid kicking prospect. His field goals are strong and consistent
off the ground and he shows college level kickoff ability. He performed well
under pressure as well. College football is in his future.
Other 2014 Standouts: Alex Spence, Tim Gawert, Kevin Weiman, Carson Wise, Danny
Christensen, Michael Armstrong, Greg Hanich, Steve Van Horn.
Top 2015 Talent: Luke Carter, Tre Jackson, Tucker Smith, Zach Coates, Evan
Rabon, Michael Rubino, Tyler Galitz, Marion Watson, Logan Howard.
2016 Future Stars: Thomas Cook, Kyle Corbett, Brian Johnson, Keith Duncan, Noah
2017 Future Stars: Brent Cimaglia, Christian VanSickle, Jonathan Doerer.
For more results, rankings, evaluation and future camp dates, visit
ChrisSailerKicking.com. The next camp is the Vegas Preparation Camp in Los
Angeles, CA on January 12th. It will all then come together at the 12th Annual
National Kicking & Snapping Event in Las Vegas, NV on January 18-19, 2014. This
is the world's largest Kicking, Punting & Long Snapping Camp!
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