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KCKicking’s evaluation of a prospect is reflected in two ways: rankings and ratings. Previously, the only way to improve your ranking and rating with KCKicking was to attend a College-Prep Showcase; however, due to increased demand, we now provide additional opportunities to increase individual standings. Rankings and ratings are both updated three times per year, after the College-Prep Showcase and Elite Performance Camps (January, June and August).

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1
 Sam Aviles
6'0"
180
Sam is one of the best kickers in the nation (class of 2017). He's been a 5 star prospect for over a year now. He was the field goal champion at the 2014 College-Prep Showcase (including all classes 2015-2018) and tied for 3rd at our 2015 College-Prep Showcase (out of 100 participants). He is capable of hitting 4.0+ second kickoffs and 60+ yard field goals (saw a 60 yarder June, 2015 at our EPC-Kansas City event. He is very mature, focused and dedicated. He demonstrates sound mechanics and technique. His swing is very repeatable and has proven to be able to compete under any conditions. He was a perfect 9 for 9 during the 2014 football season and 9 for 13 during his 2015 football season. Went a perfect 8 for 8 at Mizzou's specialists camp in front of Mizzou coaches. Won the field goal competition at the University of Arkansas (over 70 attended) specialists camp. The sky is truly the limit for Sam and we are excited to see where his journey takes him!
MOMO Western State
2
 Spencer Corey
6'2"
166
We have evaluated Spencer on a number of occasions. He has proven to be a steady performer and can make kicks under pressure. On field goals, he went a perfect 8-8 at our 2015 CPS anda combined 14-16 at our 2016 CPS. At the 2016 CPS, he ended up in 3rd on field goals and was our kickoff champion. His best kickoff was a 3.9 hang/71 yard ball. Spencer is primarily a kicker. Improvement on his punting skills would be needed to become a reliable punter. Spencer is a kicker you can trust and will perform well when you need him the most.
INUndecided
3
 Jake Roark
6'0"
205
It was clear to us when we first started working with Jake in the Spring of 2015 that he had the skill set to become a Division 1 level kicker. He has put in a lot of hard work since then, and has made huge improvements from this past Spring to the end of the summer (2016). His ball now flies off his foot and makes long kicks look effortless. His mechanics are solid and repeatable. Jake is most effective on field goals when he relaxes and attacks the ball. He shows some inconsistencies when he starts to aim the ball and not release in his follow through. He is one of a few high school aged kids we've come across that is able to hit above a 4.0 hang - 75 yard kickoff. Jake is also a talented punter. He finished in 3rd at the 2016 College-Prep Showcase. His best ball at this event was a 4.9 hang/54 yd ball. As of December 2016, Jake will be attending K-State as a preferred walk-on.
MOKansas State (PWO)
4
 Jack Faron
5'9"
165
It's easy to say Jack is one of the best kicker/punter combo specialist in the nation. His production in all three areas is outstanding. He outright won the 2015 College-Prep Showcase kickoff competition (upperclassmen included!) out of 100 participants, finished in 2nd in punting and was one kick short from making the field goal finals. His best kickoff was a 4.0/75 yard ball and best punt was a 4.51/49 yard ball. He is small in stature but makes up for it in his explosive swing. On kickoffs and field goals he strikes the ball very well and gets similar ball flights and rotation from kick to kick. Jack should see some serious interest from College coaches in the Spring of 2016 and should have options early in the recruiting process!
MOAirforce
5
 Nathan Murphy
6'1"
163
Nathan is a well trained kicker and shows fluidity and precision in his kicking mechanics. He has competed extremely well at every event he's charted for us. He went a perfect 8 for 8 at our July 2016 charting event and then hit a bonus 55 yard field goal. Nathan converted to kicking from the ground in 2016 and finished in 3rd place at our 2016 College-Prep Showcase by hitting 13/16 overall field goals. He consisently hits his kickoffs with better than 3.8 hang-time. His distance needs to improve by about five yards to be able to immediately take over kickoff duties at the D1 level. Nathan is a division 1 level kicking prospect also capable of handling some punting duties at the next level.
IANorthern Iowa
6
 Ingyun Jung
6'1"
188
Ingyun put on an oustanding performance at our 2016 College-Prep Showcase. He went a combined 14-16 over two field goal charting periods and finished in 2nd out of a field of 90+ kickers. He has a fluid, active swing and can generate a lot of power on his kicks. He attacks the ball and manages to stay under control and create a consistent ball flight and stay on target. He has proven he can compete under pressure and make kicks when they count. His kickoffs are solidl but require a little improvement to be a 5 star kicker. Ingyun is an elite level kicker and should be considered by division 1 schools.
KSUniversity of Saint Mary
7
 Tommy Heatherly
5'10"
170
Tommy is perhaps the strongest kicker/punter combo in his class. At our 2016 CPS, he hit 66 yard, 5.33 hang punt, the biggest punt we have ever seen in the history of our events. He went on to become the punt champion with an average of 53 yards and 4.64 hang. These are D1 and pro numbers! He has an incredibly strong leg and is very explosive through his hips. Tommy excels at kicking as well. He hits a consistent ball, gets great height and distance. He made the FG finals at the 2016 CPS and finished 12-16 on his kicks and finished 6th on kickoffs. His technique is repeatable and remains fluid throughout the entire kicking motion. Tommy will continue to grow as a kicker/punter combo specialist. He'll earn his spot on a division 1 roster as a punter and will compete at both skills for starting positions.
OKNEO A&M
8
 Dominic Long
5'11"
180
Dominic had a phenomenal performance at our 2015 EPC - Wichita Camp. He went a perfect 8/8 on FG charting, backed up to 60 to win the charting playoff, and then won the last man standing competition by hitting a 65 yd FG. At our 2015 College-Prep Showcase, he was tied for 2nd after the conclusion of two field goal charting sessions (out of 100 athletes). He has a repeatable swing and is a pure ball striker and makes kicking look easy. He is one of the toughest competitors we've ever seen. He's an un-questioned 5 star kicker as soon as he improves his kickoffs. He's made a flawless transition to hitting field goals from the ground. His punting technique is great. He turns the ball over well. He is capable of hitting the long ball. Dominic shows potential to be one of the top combo specialists in the nation.
NESouth Dakota
9
 Liam Maher
5'7"
185
Liam has repeatable kicking mechanics which is shown in his field goal and kickoff approach, swing and follow through. He demonstrated a strong leg by putting on an impressive showing at the 2015 College-Prep Showcase. He finished 4th at kickoffs (2nd in his class) and in the top 10 at field goals. He went 10-12 on the combined field goal charting sessions. His ball striking skills are excellent. Liam is very focused and pays close attention to ways he can improve. We told him he needed to increase his production on kickoffs this past summer. Four months later, he proved to be one of the best in his class at kickoffs. He has good fundamentals for punting but will need to increase his explosiveness through ball strike. He is very serviceable as combo specialist.
ILMcKendree
10
 Parker Sampson
N/A
N/A
Parker has excellent size and is stronger than most of the other kickers and punters in his class. He showed very well during the kickoff and punting charting sessions at the 2015 College-Prep Showcase. He finished in 6th at kickoffs (3rd in his class) and 19th in punting. On kickoffs he is able to generate a lot of momentum into the kick and he transfers this momentum well through contact. He can consistently hit 4.0 plus hang-times on kickoffs. He is capable of hitting 4.4+ hang-time/40 yard distance on punts. Although he missed a few field goals at the Showcase, Parker's swing mechanics are solid and we are confident in his ability. With continued hard work and development, it's realistic for Parker to end up as one of the top field goal and punt prospects in his class by the end of his high school career!
MONWMS (offer)
11
 Tyler Zentner
6'3"
190
Tyler is a great looking athlete and has made huge strides in the short time that we have worked with him. He showed a huge leg at the 2016 College-Prep Showcase and almost won the kickoff competition. Tyler is determined to kick at the next level and has shown the desire and determination to realize his goals. His field goal ability is greater than his punting at this time, but could turn into a combo specialist if he worked on his punting mechanics. He has the size and athleticism to become an elite level kicker at the next level. Give this prospect a serious look!
KSButler CC
12
 Alec Seberger
5'11"
175
Alec is one of the more skilled punters and kickers in his class. He has a good drop and is able to turn over a lot of his punts. His miss-hits are still decent balls. He is an extremely reliable kicker. He won the 2016 CPS field goal competition (90+ participants) by going a perfect 8 for 8 in the finals round. He's one of the top punters in his class and would be one of the top kickers in his class as soon as he adds more distance and hang on his kickoffs. Alec is dedicated to becoming an outstanding kicker and punter and is a pleasure to work with. Will be an excellent addition to any College football program!
INUndecided
13
 David Gonzalez
N/A
N/A
David has great ball striking ability on field goals and kickoffs. He showed well at our 2016 CPS in both field goal and kickoff charting events. He dips when he approaches the ball on his field goals. This creates some power for him but can create some inconsistencies. David has the size and fundamentals to take his kicking to the College level.
COUndecided
14
 Gabe Shillings
5'11"
165
Gabe is one of the more talented kickers in his class. He finished 2nd in punting and 7th in kickoffs among a field of 90+ athletes at the 2016 College-Prep Showcase. He generates excellent ball strikes and power on his kicks. He is a true combo specialist capable of playing both kicking and punting positions at the next level. His punting technique is solid, repeatable and explosive. With continued hard work and development, Gabe will be ready to play on Saturdays.
TNTusculum University
15
 Jared Sackett
N/A
N/A
Jared is currently kicking off of the ground and showing great ball contact. He gets consistent rotation on the ball and is very accurate. One thing he can work on is his follow through after striking the ball. Instead of landing on his kicking foot, we would like to see him land on his plant foot and get a skip-through. This will allow him to finish with better body position and will alleviate any unnecessary stresses on his body, and let him generate more power through the ball. He finished runner-up in the 2015 KCK Winter Showcase. Jared has the ability to kick at the next level, potentially at the Division 1 level with a little more development.
TXU of Texas - San Antonio
16
 David Larson
6'3"
163
David has tall frame and uses his leverage to produce a ball with good height and distance. His ball striking skills are great as he is able to produce the same sounding and rotating ball kick after kick. David is also a combo specialist and could provide an option as a punter at the College level. David will jump in the rankings as soon as he improves his hang-time on kickoffs.
MIUndecided
17
 KC Akubuo-Onwuemeka
6'1"
191
KC is an incredibly strong kicker and has a natural swinging motion. He attacks the ball and generates great height and power. His technique needs some improvement, but he is already a very effective kicker. His best kickoff at our 2016 College-Prep Showcase was a 38.5 second, 65 yard ball. KC could flourish and become an elite level kicker with the right coach and program. Very promising prospect with huge upside!
CALaney CC
18
 Tanner Coffey
6'0"
215
Tanner is a good sized kicker and punter. He uses his size well and is able to generate good power behind his kicks. He showed he is a very effective field goal kicker by finishing the preliminary field goal round at the 2016 College-Prep Showcase in 2nd place (out of 90+ kickers). He drives his kickoffs well and can get them to the goal line from the 35 yard line. Overall athletic improvement would propel Tanner into become an elite level kicker as well as improve his hang time on kickoffs and punts. He is effective with his current field goal steps, but will need to shorten his approach to be manageable at College football tempo. Very promising prospect.
ILUndecided
19
 Soren Svendsen
N/A
N/A
Soren is very capable of producing high quality FGs. He gets tremendous height on his kicks and has a fluid leg swinging motion as well as consistently makes pure ball strikes. We would like for Soren to move to kicking off the ground rather than off of a block as well as work on his skip-through on field goals.
IAUndecided
20
 Adan A. Espinosa
5'8"
138
Adan is a very reliable field goal kicker. He makes great ball contact which is why he gets so much production out of his swing. We'd like to see him improve his quad flexibility so he can recoil further in his backswing. This should help generate more leg speed through his kicks. Adan finished 5th in the class of 2017 in the kickoff competition at the 2015 College-Prep Showcase. Adan shows a lot of promise and potential. He's a steady competitor and should be looked at to kick at the next level.
TXUndecided
21
 Cory Collins
5'9"
185
Cory is a powerful kicker and punter. He shows that he can drive a ball down field without lacking height. Cory is a quality punter and KO guy. His improvement in accuracy on FGs would make him a very well rounded specialist. Cory would benefit from formal instruction to help refine his technique. He will be very successful this upcoming high school season. Look for Cory to be a quality recruit his senior year!
IAUndecided
22
 Alex Villa Jasso
N/A
N/A
Alex is a promising kicker who shows a lot of upside. He has fluid kicking mechanics and can strike the ball well at times. On some kicks, he finishes his kick slightly off balance. Refining his technique and getting him to follow through down field will help him hone in on his target and become more repeatable. His kickoffs are raw, yet he demonstrates great leg strength. Determining consistent steps and tempo will be key for him to play at the next level.
KSUndecided
23
 Caleb Nielsen
6'0"
180
Caleb is a skilled kicker and shows a lot of potential. We first saw Caleb compete at our 2016 College-Prep Showcase. He generates a lot of power through his approach. At times, his ball rotation is great and ball flies true. He has good leg strength. He could work on his flexibility in his quads to improve his range of motion in the recoil portion of his swing. He showed the ability to hit kickoffs north of 3.9 seconds. Caleb could make the transition to kicking in College and be very serviceable.
NEDakota State
24
 Alexis Gutierrez
6'"
210
Alexis is an impressive kicker/punter combo specialist. At times, hes shows he has one of the strongest legs in his class. He is an accurate kick, has quality ball strikes and can compete. He made both the field goal and punt finals at the 2016 College-Prep Showcase among of field of 90+ athletes. He is a larger athlete, but has great flexibility and fluid swinging motion in both kicking and punting. The best punt we've seen him hit is 4.61 hang and 55 yard punt. He's able to turn a lot of his punts over. He'll improve in this area once he lowers his drop as well. Alexis has a ton of upside and will be very serviceable at the College level!
ILUndecided
25
 Havard Steffensen
N/A
N/A
Havard is a tall kicker with a very strong leg. He has one of the stronger kickoff legs in his class. Havard showed well at the 2016 College-Prep Showcase. He is a good athlete and has a lot of upside potential. He will be an asset on a College football team. He could see the field first as a kickoff specialist but with a little maturity and refining his field goal mechancis, he could be a very good College kicker.
INUndecided
26
 Gabe Jones
5'6"
155
*Class of 2016 graduate* Gabe put on a solid performance at the 2016 College-Prep Showcase. KCKicking started working with Gabe in early 2016. Over this time, he has improved drastically. We expect him to continue to improve and mature into a fine kicker. His fundamentals are solid and his ball striking ability is great. He's increased his speed and power over the past year and will only continue to get stronger. Very promising prospect.
KSUndecided
27
 Hunter Reed
N/A
N/A
Hunter is a talented kicker capable of making a lot of kicks. He has an aggressive approach to the ball that he is able to control and be effective with. He has excellent ball-striking skills. His swing plane is a little low at times. It'd help to raise his swing plane and finish in a slightly more vertical manor. This should help him keep his strikes closer to his target line. He does a great job of hanging the ball in the air on his kickoffs. With further development, we'd like to see his hang and distance improve proportionally. He can punt in a back-up role. His mechanics are decent, but his striking and execution are inconsistent at this time. Hunter has the ability to compete with anyone in his class on any given day!
ILUndecided
28
 Nathan Gish
6'4"
190
Nathan is one of the best kickoff guys in his class. His athletic build and size enables him to get a lot into his kicks. He can currently hit 3.8+ hang times. Nathan has good mechanics on field goals, however he needs to improve his consistency. Nathan takes coaching well and has always shown improvement each time we've worked with him. Nathan is a combo kick specialist who focuses more on kicking than punting. He could develop into a weapon as a punter over the next few years.
KSUndecided
29
 Matt Ference
N/A
N/A
Matt showed well at our EPC St. Louis (2015) event. He hit the longest FG during the camp of 55 yards during the FG charting. He has a long and natural swinging motion. His hips tend to open a bit too soon which sometimes compromises his ball-striking. He hits one of the best kickoffs in his class. He is strong as a punter. He could straighten his swinging motion so he isn't cutting quite so much on the ball. He is a legitimate combo prospect which can produce at both skills.
MONorthern Illinois
30
 Cole Hahn
5'10"
175
Cole is a powerful kicker who has solid fundamentals and a repeatable style of kicking. He generates great height and we would like to see him continue that as he transitions to the ground. Cole has great "A" ball kickoff, but we'd like to see him improve the consistency of his ball strikes in this area. Cole should work on his core and explosiveness to help generate even more power in all three phases of the kicking game.
IAIowa (PWO)
31
 Jacob Young
5'9"
165
Jacob is a quality high school kicker and shows flashes of being a top level kicker. He performed well at our 2016 College-Prep Showcase by making the field goal finals and finishing in 13th (out of 90). He has a strong leg and good ball striking ability. His kickoffs have room for improvement. With some work on his tempo and follow through this upcoming Spring and Summer, Jacob will be ready to kick at the College level.
WVUndecided
32
 John Brady
5'10"
155
John shows the ability to be consistent at times on his field goals. He has developed strong fundamentals which will help him continue to improve over his senior season. He has made the transition to hitting field goals from the ground. His kickoff steps and routine are great. He is making solid ball contact so his kickoffs are productive. As John gets bigger and stronger, he'll quickly see improved on-field results. John is a combo specialist and utilizes a roll-out technique as a punter but is strongest as a kicker prospect.
NEPeru State
33
 Jackson Lage
5'10"
165
We've seen Jackson a few times over the past year. He has shown significant improvement in the consistency of his field goals. He gets excellent trajectory. He has a fluid and repeatable swinging motion. He went an impressive 7/8 during the field goal charting session at the 2015 College-Prep Showcase. His kicking foot during ball strike will need to be adjusted when he makes the conversion to kicking field goals from the ground. If he can make this conversion and keep hitting the ball like we've seen, he'll jump in the rankings!
IAUndecided
34
 Sam Heckart
6'2"
184
Sam comes from a rich soccer background. He is relatively new to kicking and has picked up and incorporated a lot of coaching tips over the past year. At times, he strikes the ball well, but further development is necessary to improve his ball striking ability. He has shown significant improvement in the kickoff phase of his game. He attacks the ball and drives the ball deep. With a little more time and refining his technique, Sam will jump in the ratings and rankings. Great athletic build.
MOUndecided
35
 Garrett Meidl
6'1"
180
Garrett is a well rounded athlete who happens to also be a gifted combo kicking specialist. He hits a consistent ball on field goals and kickoffs. The balls gets great trajectory and rotation is solid. Garrett is also a solid punter. He showed us at the 2015 College-Prep Showcase he can turn over (spiral) some punts. Garrett has incredible upside potential and we are excited to see him continue to develop his kicking skills.
OKConnors State College
36
 Scott Fischer
5'9"
160
Scott is a very consistent field goal kicker. Each of his strikes produce the same rotating ball with great rotation. He barely missed the field goal finals round at the 2015 College-Prep Showcase. He ended up tied for 12th place out of 100 kickers. His form looks great. He has a repeatable and fluid approach, swinging motion and follow through. To improve his rating and jump in the rankings, Scott will need to work on his kickoffs. He needs to develop an approach he can trust and start to build confidence in his timing. Very promising prospect.
INUndecided
37
 Cody Gronewold
6'3"
163
Cody competed at the 2015 College-Prep Showcase. He showed he is a combo specialist talented at all three kicking positions. We like his aggressive approach on kickoffs. With some small adjustments with his posture during the follow through (tends to slightly crunch), he'll be able to realize improved distance and hang times. For field goals, Cody needs to reduce his upper body movements as he's making contact with the ball and shortly after contact (again eliminating his crunch-like motion). Cody is a strong punter. He gets the ball in the air well and can turn over some punts. We'd like to see Cody mold and hold the ball on the same plane so he doesn't vary the height of his mold during each step of his approach. Cody is dedicated and has proven he'll go the extra mile to be successful. With some small adjustments, Cody will realize significant improvement in his on-field production.
NENorthwestern
38
 Andreas (Ace) Nicolaou
5'7"
125
Ace has a natural ability to strike the ball clean. He is currently hitting field goals from the ground. This transition is difficult for some but he has already comfortable from the ground. Hard work in the gym and work on his explosiveness will help him take his game to the next level. He has a good base, just needs to crank everything up a notch. Very reliable kicker. Sound mechanics and technique. Anxious to see how Ace is hitting the ball after his Junior high school season!
TXTexas Lutheran
39
 Mark Wright
5'10"
150
Mark performed well at the 2015 National Kicking Combine as an underclassmen. He went 7-8 in the field goal charting portion and did the best amongst all other underclassmen. He is able to dial in and do what it takes to put the ball through the uprights. He has made the transition to hitting FGs from the ground, but we'd like to see him continue to improve his trajectory. Increasing his leg speed will help, as will focusing on finishing his swing after the point of ball strike. For Mark to really jump in the rankings, he'll need to improve his kickoffs. More speed in his approach and a greater explosion at ball strike will help him see better hang-times and distance. Mark has room to grow and we are sure a bright future is in store for this kicking specialist!
TXUndecided
40
 Riley Taylor
5'11"
150
Riley is a skilled kicker who show can show stretches of consistent ball strikes and accuracy. He is currently using a 1 inch block and is able to get the ball in the air very well (trajectory). He made a 50 yard field goal during the 2015 College-Prep Showcase field goal charting session. To make the transition to hitting field goals from the ground, he will need to increase his lean-off during the planting portion of the approach. Becoming a more explosive athlete will assist in further developing his kickoff distances and hang-times. Riley has sound fundamentals and will continue to climb the rankings as he matures.
OKUndecided
41
 Raleigh Barthol
5'10"
170
We have worked with Raleigh for over three years. He is a pleasure to work with and is very competitive in nature. He has great kicking mechanics and at times shows he can hit a great ball. The quality of his ball contact can be inconsistent. His punt mechanics are solid and can turn the ball over at times. Raleigh is a good looking athlete and can kick at the next level if he continues to improve the upcoming Spring and Summer.
KSUndecided
42
 Hunter Rahto
6'1"
171
Hunter can comfortably hit field goals from the ground and gets ample height and good ball rotation. At times, he shows range backing up to 50 yards. We'd like to see him more consistent from longer kicks and trust his form on these more difficult kicks. His kickoffs have continued to improved over the two years we've worked with Hunter, but further development in hang-time and distance is needed for his kickoffs for the next level.
KSUndecided
43
 Devan Linkey
5'10"
160
Devan attended the both 2015 and 2016 College-Prep Showcase. He is an accurate kicker who makes a lot of kicks, and his misses are narrow misses. He makes solid ball contact, gets excellent ball rotation and ample trajectory. To dial his kicking line in a bit more, Devan will need to adjust his swing plane so it is more up and through to the target instead of falling off to the side. Devan is talented and shows flashes of what he could do at the next level.
ILUndecided
44
 Jeremy Curliss
5'7"
165
Jeremy competed at our 2016 College-Prep Showcase. He showed he can hit good field goals and kickoffs at times. His kickoffs are his strength at this moment. He will become a more accurate kicker once he refines his follow through mechanics on his field goals. We would like to see him finish toward his target and slightly to the left (with his hips angled to the left corner). This should also help him gain more power. Jeremy is a good looking athlete and a pleasure to work with.
OKUndecided
45
 Baylor Melchiori
5'11"
170
Baylor is a combo kicking and punting specialist. He finished in 9th during the preliminary round at our 2016 CPS in the punting competition. He has an active leg swing and can get good power behind the ball. At times, his field goal swing is fluid and the ball pops off his foot. We would like to see him improve the consistency of his ball strikes as well as his mechanics. Baylor is a nice young man and is a pleasure to work with.
KSUndecided
46
 Dylan Moghaddam
5'9"
170
Dylan has transitioned to kicking off the ground on FGs and is showing he can be successful. His fundamentals are solid and his form is repeatable. With added distance/height on KO's and height on his FGs, Dylan will start to get looks from the next level. Look for Dylan to put in some hard work and have a successful senior campaign!
FLUndecided
47
 Joel Gertson
5'8"
150
Joel makes consistent ball contact and produces ample trajectory on his field goals. A fine tune adjustment with his plant foot will help Joel convert more of his kicks. A more assertive follow-thru on both kickoffs and punts will bring these skills to the same level as his field goals. Joel's ability at this age is superior for his class. We are excited to see what the future brings for this promising prospect!
MOUndecided
48
 David Orourke
6'0"
156
David has good size as a kicker and punter. He gets ample trajectory, and at times, shows his true capability while hitting field goals. As he develops a more fluid leg swing, he'll quickly realize significant improvement in all aspects of the kicking game. David controls his drop well on punts. A slight change with his tempo and shortening his steps will help him realize improvement in his punting. He can currently hit above 4 second hang time punts.
MOUndecided
49
 Austin Jackson
N/A
N/A
David has good size as a kicker and punter. He gets ample trajectory, and at times, shows his true capability while hitting field goals. As he develops a more fluid leg swing, he'll quickly realize significant improvement in all aspects of the kicking game. David controls his drop well on punts. A slight change with his tempo and shortening his steps will help him realize improvement in his punting. He can currently hit above 4 second hang time punts.
MOUndecided
50
 AJ Smith
N/A
N/A
AJ shows a natural kicking motion. His finish is smooth and he gets his hips through the ball well. One thing we would like to see is for him to move to kicking field goals off the ground instead of kicking off a block.
OHOhio University
51
 Julian Pedley
N/A
N/A
Julian has a natural kicking motion. He is very accurate and gets solid ball rotation after making contact. There are two major things we would like to see him change in his approach to kicking. He needs to go to a three step approach and move the ball to the ground instead of kicking off of a block. The transition should be pretty easy for Julian because of his natural ability to strike the ball and put it on target.
CAUndecided
52
 Aleksa Radovic
N/A
N/A
Aleksa shows a strong let that needs to be refined. He currently kicks off a block and needs to work on his form after making initial contact. Right now he has the ability to make anything inside of 45 yards, but has some inconsistencies with his follow through. With some alteration to his finish and body position at contact, Aleksa can transform into a highly accurate kicker with a strong leg. He will see his field goal percentage increase drastically with some minor improvements to his form and has the ability to be a consistent kicker.
TXUndecided
53
 Jason Campbell
N/A
N/A
Jason gets great height on his kicks on both FG and KO. We'd like to see him clean up his ball contact so he can achieve the same trajectory but improve on his range. At times he's hitting too far under the sweet spot of the ball. His technique shouldn't need much altering when attempting to make the transition to hitting field goals from the ground. Jason will start to move up the rankings once his field goal range increases as well as the distance/height on his kickoffs.
OKUndecided
55
 Bryant Wallace
N/A
N/A
Bryant competed at the 2015 National Kicking Combine. He went 6-8 during the field goal charting portion. He is a combo specialist who appears to be progressing at both kicking and punting equally. His punting mechanics are great. He shows good posture, has good flexibility and excellent leg/ankle lock. At times, he releases the ball during his drop too soon. We look forward to seeing Bryant make the transition to hitting FGs from the ground. If he can make this transition and increase his leg speed, he'll start climbing the rankings.
ALJacksonville State
56
 Vincent Tobias
N/A
N/A
Vincent has great form and technique. His consistency can be improved. His best ball is good from 50 yards. With improved athletic ability and increased leg speed, Vincent could compete at the top of his class. When punting he needs to focus on driving the ball higher for increased hang times. Very promising prospect!
TXUndecided
57
 Kegan Lammering
5'7"
155
Kegan competed at the 2015 EPC-Kansas City event and won the last man standing field goal competition. There was a strong wind, but he was able to hit a 55 yarder. He is in the middle of improving his technique so that his swing finishes more up and through instead of hitting down on the ball. He has an aggressive kickoff approach. The same up and through concept will help him realize improve distance and hang-times on his kickoffs. Kegan loves to compete and enjoys kicking. He's accepting of coaching and will continue to improve with time and hard work.
MOUndecided
58
 Trey Babb
5'11"
165
Trey generates excellent height on his field goals even considering he has made the transition to hitting from the ground as a Junior. His hips are squaring to the target too much at ball contact. We'd like to see him utilize his left arm and extend it outward so he can balance himself as he plants and leans away from the ball. This will change his swing plane and allow him to drive the ball instead of chip up on the ball. To take his skills to the next level, he'll need to generate more power on both field goals and kickoffs. Changing his swing plane is the starting point to developing his range.
COUndecided
59
 Grant Molander
5'7"
145
Grant shows he has the ability to be an accurate kicker. He is currently kicking off of the ground and can produce a solid ball flight. With some work on consistently striking the ball and getting his foot in the proper position to get a higher ball flight as well as finishing his kick more on balance, Grant has the ability to take his kicking game to the next level.
TXUndecided
60
 Cameron Johnson
N/A
N/A
Cameron shows good fundamentals and solid contact in both kicking and punting. His kickoff approach looks fluid, which is rare for someone of his age. As he continues to grow and get stronger, his normal ball will be good from 45 or 50 consistently. On the shorter field goals in the Winter Showcase, Cameron made good contact and hit clean end over end balls. With a little bit of work, the sky is the limit for Cameron.
OKUndecided
61
 Jaime Sanchez
N/A
N/A
Jaime shows good technique and fundamentals. The greatest room for improvement lies in his ball striking ability. Improvement in this area will help him be more consistent in both field goals and kickoffs. For him to reach his true potential, improvement on his overall athletic ability and overall leg speed is needed. We feel Jaime has a ton of upside potential.
ILUndecided
62
 Paul Moore
5'10"
180
Paul demonstrates solid technique. He competed at the 2015 National Kicking Combine. We don't think he was at 100% strength, but was still able to put up a good showing. His ball strikes are clean. Overall athletic improvement will help him take his game to the next level. A more aggressive lean-off on field goals will help him make the transition for hitting field goals from the ground. Paul can serve as a backup punter in a pinch. He is primarily a kicker and will be reliable for his high school team.
TXUndecided
63
 Gabriel Marcatto
N/A
N/A
Gabriel is a quality high school kicker capable of making lots of kicks. His technique is a bit raw and his follow-through can be abrupt, but he's developed this technique and has become effective with it. He shows a strong leg on kickoffs. Strength and fundamental develop in the Spring and Summer could have Gabriel ready for a College football opportunity.
NEUndecided
63
 Edson Alcantara
5'10"
175
Edson competed at our 2016 College-Prep Showcase and showed at times that he can strike the ball really well. He will need to adjust his approach style so that he can get the ball off quicker. He currently uses more than 3 steps. He should reduce his approach steps to three or less. He shows he can make solid ball contact and that he has a strong leg. He is a good high school kicker, that, with some hard work in the offseason, could acquire the skills to be able to kick at the next level. His kickoffs need improvement but he showed at the showcase that there is potential here.
MNUndecided
64
 Alberto Jr. Pineda
5'5"
145
Alberto competed at the 2016 College-Prep Showcase in the field goal and kickoff charting events. He shows an active leg swing, has good flexibility in his quads and is very explosive. He will reach his potential when he gets his mechanics solidified. Adjusting his steps and depth of his plant foot on his kickoffs will immediately improve his kickoffs. Alberto can make a few adjustments and be able to kick at a small school beyond high school.
TXUndecided
65
 Patrick Ellrich
6'"
180
Patrick is a good looking athlete, has a good frame and long legs. His mechanics are decent and is fluid through both his kicking and punting swinging motions. He will be able to generate more power if he is more aggressive to the ball. Overall athletic improvement will also help Patrick realize his true potential. Patrick could have a huge upside. Very promising prospect.
KSWashburn
66
 Dylan Hurt
N/A
N/A
Dylan is a good high school kicker with solid technique. His kickoffs are good. Increased range on his field goals will be needed to compete at the College level. When punting, Dylan shows good hands, drop and the ability to turn the ball over consistently. Increased strength will help him produce the hang-time and distance needed for the next level. Dylan is a pleasure to work with.
OKUndecided
67
 Kaden Hight
5'9"
155
Kaden is a good looking athlete with a nice frame. He is an ambidextrious kicker. He hits field goals with his right leg and does kickoffs and punts with his left. He could be a weapon as a punter utilizing the roll-out. He'd be capable of rolling to the right as well to the left and driving the ball down field. He showed us flashes of his true ability on field goals, but will need to become more consistent as he continues his kicking career. Kaden should be looked as both a kicker and punter.
SDDakota State University
68
 Hector Trevino
N/A
N/A
Hector can make good ball strikes at times. His steps are solid and his foot position at ball strike is great. He needs to adjust his posture at ball strike in order to be able to drive the ball with more power. His kickoff routine is repeatable and he hits a consistent ball. Overall athletic improvement will hlep Hector make the jump to the next level.
TXUndecided
70
 Joseph Robinson
N/A
N/A
Joseph has a live leg and at times can really hit the ball well. He is raw but is making the changes to become a refined kicker. He's practiced both off the ground and on a 1, but hasn't committed to either yet. Joseph utilizes the rugby roll-out technique for punting and has found some success with it. We'd like to see him correct his drop so he can line drive the ball and turn it over from time to time. With hard work, Joseph can turn the corner quickly.
OKUndecided
71
 Anthony Guynn
5'10"
160
Anthony attended the 2015 College-Prep Showcase and competed in the field goal and kickoff competitions. He had some quality hits, but over the charting session showed some inconsistencies. We'd like Anthony to develop his approach and follow-through so they are the same each and every kick. With increase aggressiveness or explosiveness in his approach combined with a more repeatable routine, Anthony should start to see significant results. Anthony would benefit from formal instruction to hone in on his technique.
MOUndecided
72
 Marvin Vargas
N/A
N/A
Marvin shows he has a strong leg and has a lot of potential. He has a great ball strike, but looks to be limited in hamstring flexibility. If Marvin is able to become more flexible and finish his kicks a little better, he will see a drastic improvement in power and consistency. He has a bright future with these minor improvements.
NJUndecided
73
 Jonathan Lucchesi
N/A
N/A
Jonathan is a punter with good fundamentals. He competed at the 2015 College-Prep Showcase and showed his skills. His drop and mold are consistent and repeatable. To take his game to new levels, he'll need to increase the power he generates through out his approach and swing. He needs to take a smaller first step (jab step) and then build more speed throughout his steps. As Jonathan improves his athleticism, he will see greater production on the football field.
COUndecided
74
 Isaac Sheehan
N/A
N/A
Isaac shows good fundamentals while hitting field goals. He needs to improve the consistency of his ball strikes. It will help him to keep his hips angled towards the ball longer through his approach so his toe doesn't open up too soon during the swing portion of the kick. We'd also like to see him kick with confidence. His follow-through looks like he is aiming the ball instead of directing the ball to his target. On kickoffs we'd like to see him explode of his planting foot upwards and down field to transition his momentum from his approach through his swing. For punts, he would benefit from keeping his drop and mold simple and limit the ball movement. He has a good swing but his ball strikes are inconsistent. Isaac has good size and should develop well over the next year.
INTrine
75
 Dillon Schreckler
N/A
N/A
In both kicking and punting, Dillon has good fundamentals and is a student of the game. He is dedicated to becoming the best kicking athlete he can be. He has seen improvement over the past year. He has recently been working on his speed to the ball as well as his body positioning. These changes has helped Dillon get into a better position for clean ball strikes as well as increased range on both field goals and kickoffs. Dillon is plenty flexible for all kicking skills. Improved muscular explosiveness will help Dillon realize further kicking gains.
MOUndecided
76
 David Paczkowski
N/A
N/A
David is a duel specialist who is currently more skilled at punting than kicking. He would benefit form formal lessons where we would expect him to produce more spiraling punts. David has potential to be a quality punter and with a few minor changes to his kicking motion (mainly ball contact and moving to the ground) he has the ability to be a successful combo kicker/punter.
KSUndecided
77
 Seth Walker
6'0"
160
Seth has the ability to hit a solid ball and gets a consistent ball strike and rotation. He is accurate, and as he continues to get stronger in the weight room he will see his power increase and start making longer field goals. We would like to see him move to kicking off of the ground instead of a block, and has potential to become a more consistent, powerful kicker.
KSUndecided
78
 Carlos Mendez
5'10"
170
Carlos has raw, natural ability. With some instruction, this ability could turn into significant results. We would like to see him attack the ball more aggressively on field goals and kickoffs. Simple ball striking improvement would help Carlos realize significant improvement on distance and hang time. With some hard work, look for Carlos to become a valuable member of his high school team.
TXUndecided
79
 Will Jenkins
N/A
N/A
Will shows flashes of strong kicks and repeatability. With work on mechanics, consistency and his ball-striking skills, look for Seth to move up the rankings. The main thing for improvement is his ball-striking. Participated in the 2014 College-Prep Showcase.
MOUndecided
80
 Deric Rugen
N/A
N/A
Deric shows promise as a kicker/punter combo. With Deric's raw ability, some formal instruction would go a long way. His technique and mechanics need improvement. With more experience and maturity, look for Deric to improve consistency and become a weapon for his high school team.
MOUndecided
81
 Erik Harkness
5'10"
250
When Erik hits his A ball, he produces a solid punt. He is stronger as a punter than kicker, but could serve as a backup kicker for his high school. He can hit 45+ yard punts with 3.8+ second hang times. Consistency is the area he needs to improve the most. Look for Erik to climb the punting ranks as he continues to develop as a punting specialist.
ILUndecided
82
 Sylvester Vijil III
N/A
N/A
Sylvester competed at the 2014 College-Prep Showcase. At the time, he did not appear to be at full strength. He needs improvement on his fundamentals and technique for both kicking and punting. Improved overall athletic ability and explosiveness will help Sylvester see significant results.
ILUndecided
83
 Maverick Wilhelm
6'1"
153
Maverick is a punter who can also kick in a backup role. He has the ability to turn punts over and achieve decent hang times. He needs to improve his strength and leg speed to see increased distance and hang times. As a kicker, he needs instruction in order to establish his mechanics. Will hard work and dedication, Maverick will be an asset to his high school football program.
TXUndecided
84
 Kevon Bisor
N/A
N/A
Kevon is a beginner in the kicking game. He would benefit from formal instruction and guidance to develop fundamental kicking skills. Kevon struggles with FGs but produces punts that could be difficult for a returner to field. Look for Kevon to greatly improve on his craft!
TXUndecided
999
 Aaron Besgrove
N/A
N/A
Aaron shows he has the ball skills to become a dependable kicker. With a couple of lessons, Aaron was able to take corrections and quickly start to see improvement. Lots of upside potential.
MOUndecided
999
 Tyler Schulz
6'0"
142
Tyler impressed us at the 2013 Tulsa Instructional camp. He won the underclassmen last man standing competition and while being the youngest competitor. With improvement on his mechanics, strength and flexibility, Tyler will increase his kick and punt ratings.
OKUndecided
999
 Kevin Hoke
5'5"
135
Kevin is new to kicking and punting. He has an excellent attitude and desire to continue to improve. Kevin is very coach-able and will see a lot of improvement as increases his strength.
MOUndecided

Meet the KCKicking team

Our team consists of current or recent professional athletes
who love what they do and always look forward to helping young kickers/punters/snappers reach their dreams.

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