Friday, October 13, 2006

Class of 2007: Kickers

Most of the thumbnails listed below were written in the spring/early summer. Rankings have been slightly modified since then. Some talented combo-kickers will be listed in the ranking for punters that I will be posting in the next couple of days.


Top 95


1 Bill Bennett PK 6'2 190 4.95 San Diego Torrey Pines California Boston College Ranked by kicking guru Chris Sailer as the top placekicker in the nation already as a junior. As a junior, he was named Second Team All-CIF after making 6 field goals with a long of 51 yards. He also connected on 41 PATs. 86% of his kickoffs were touchbacks. As live of a leg that you will find in high school. He has won every kicking contest west of the Mississippi. Bennett committed to Boston College in March. 2-Hall of Champions-San Diego Section Team; 1-PS-All-San Diego Section Offers: AZST, BC, SDST, UTEP, KANST, LSU

2 Matt Szymanski PK/P 6'1 170 A&M Consolidated Texas Texas A&M Szymanski is the top combo kicker-punter in the nation. He has an unbelievably strong leg, not quite as accurate as Bill Bennett but stronger. He consistently blasts kickoffs 70 yards plus and punts over 40 yards with exceptional hang time. At the Chris Sailer camps he led the nation in both kickoff distance and punting average. He also has excellent 4.6 hang time on his punts. He has shined on the field (First Team All-State) and at other camps as well. He committed to Texas A&M back in June of 2005. 66-JRS-TEX (Winter 2006); 97-JRS-TEX (December 2005); 1--Central Texas (K); 1-District 13-5A (K&P) Offers: A&M, TEN, OK, AZST, UTEP, CAL

3 Jimmy Stevens PK 5'7 155 Oklahoma City Heritage Hall Oklahoma Oklahoma A First Team Student Sports Junior All-American. Stevens has a live leg, gets his kickoffs high and deep and has excellent accuracy as a field goal kicker. He recorded a remarkable 22 field goals as a junior. He committed to Oklahoma in August. Offers: OK

4 Josh Cherry PK/P/DB 6'0 163 5.06 McCook Nebraska Kansas State Cherry was a First Team Omaha World All-State selection as a junior after going 9 for 13 on filed goal attempts with a long of 52 yards. 80% of his kickoffs went for touchbacks. He has hit from 63 yards in practice. Also a pretty good DB. Cherry committed to Kansas State in March. Top 12 NEB ( – Winter 2006); 1-Omaha World-Herald-AS (K); 1-Omaha World-Herald-B-AS (P); 1-Lincoln Journal Star-B-AS; 1-McCook Daily Gazette-Area (Super 45) Offers: KANST

5 David Green PK/P 6'1 195 Mission Viejo California Stanford Green is one of the top kickers in California and as a junior was named First Team CIF Southern Section Division II. He has exceptional leg strength. As a junior, 42 of his 79 kick-offs went for touchbacks. He also averaged about 45 yards per punt. He committed to Stanford in June. 1-CIF-Division II-Southern Section (K) Offers: ORE, LSU, STAN

6 Jay Wooten PK/P 6'3 167 5.20 Laurinburg Scotland County North Carolina North Carolina Wooten was a First Team Class 4A All-State selection as a junior after registering 8 field goals and 43 PATs. He is rated by kicking guru Chris Sailer as one of the top 10 kickers in the nation. He committed to North Carolina in May. 1-NCPreps-4A-AS (K) Offers: LSU, NCAR

7 Stephen Hoge PK/P 6'4 180 Oklahoma City Putnam City North Oklahoma What a year for kickers in Oklahoma City, with Hoge joining Stevens among the nation's elite. Unlike Stevens, who is short and compact, Hoge is tall and powerful, with an even more live leg than Stevens. He also is right there with Stevens in termns of accuracy. As a sophomore, Hoge connected on 10 of 11 field goals including a 44-yarder against powerful Jenks in the state Class 6A semis. In fact, as a sophomore he beat out Stevens for Daily Oklahoman First Team All-State honors. 2-OkPrepXtra.com-AS; 1-PS-Overall-AS (Oklahoma City Daily Oklahoman); 1-PS-6A-AS (Oklahoma City Daily Oklahoman)

8 Michael Taylor PK 5'10 175 Pensacola Washington Florida A First Team All-Pensacola Area selection as a junior after connecting on 41 of 44 PATs and 12 of 17 field goals with a long of 57 yards. Great leg strength. 28 of his 62 kickoffs went for touchbacks. An All-Northwest Florida selection as a junior. Has also shined at national kicking camps. One of the nation's best. 1-Northwest Florida; 1-Pensacola News Journal-Area

9 Radi Jabouri PK 5'11 165 Reserve East St. John Louisiana Jabouri was a First Team Class 5A All-State selection as a junior after conecting on 5 of 7 field goals with a long of 56 yards. He also connected on 40 of 42 PATs. 97% of his kick-offs were touchbacks. Strong-legged and exceptionally accurate. He only played soccer until his junior year but has emerged as one of the top kickers in the nation. 86-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005); 2-AS; 1-LSWA-5A-AS (PK); 1-District 5-5A

10 Alex Tejada PK 6'1 180 Springdale Arkansas Arkansas Last years senior class was loaded with talent at Springdale, led by superstar QB Mitch Mustain. This years class isn't nearly as talented, however there are still several legit D-I prospects, including kicker Alex Tejeda. As a junor, he didn't get a chance to kick many field goals as the state champs pretty much scored TDs at will. When he did, he was just 2 for 5 as the attempts were from way out. His long was 55 yards. On kickoffs, and there were many, he consistently put the ball into the back of the endzone and the opposing team's average starting position was the 17-yard line. As a sophomore, he was 7 of 14 on field goals with a long of 47 yards and had 75% of his kickoffs go into the end zone. He was perfect on 66 PAT's. He has hit a 65-yarder in practice. He committed to Arkansas in August. 9-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006) Offers: ARK, LSU

11 Brook Van Muijen PK/P 5'11 170 Danville Monte Vista California Van Muijen was a First Team Junior All-Stater and Second Team San Francisco Chronicle All-Metro selection as a junior. He connected on 13 of 17 field goals and 55 of 57 PATs. He had five field goals of over 40 yards. Also a talented punter. 1-CAL-Junior-AS (K); 2-San Francisco Chronicle-Metro (K); 1-East Bay (K)

12 Dave Kuncio PK 6'0 190 Oradell Bergen Catholic New Jersey Kuncio was a First Team All-State selection as a junior. He had 24 touchbacks and six field goals, including a long of 50 yards. He was also 34-of-36 on extra points. As a sophomore, he connected on five of six field goals, with a long of 46 yards. He has been very impressive at various kicking combines. 1-AP-AS

13 Adi Kunalic PK 6'0 175 4.67 North Crowley Texas A First Team All-District selection as a junior, Kunalic is an athletic kicker with a very strong and powerful leg. As a junior, he kicked a 57-yard field goal with the wind at his back. His previous long (with no wind) was 53 yards. One of the first kickers in his class to be offered early. 1-District 4-5A (PK) Offers: UCONN, WASHST, BAY, UTAH

14 Andrew Crutchfield PK &'0 180 Concord Northwest Cabarrus North Carolina LSU Crutchfield is ranked by kicking guru Chris Sailer as one of the top 10 kickers in the nation. He is very mechanically sound and accurate as a kicker. Also a very good punter. As a junior, he was 39 of 42 on PATs and 5 of 9 on field goals. 85% of his kick-offs were touchbacks. He committed to LSU in August and is expected to handle kick-offs for the Tigers. Offers: LSU, AZST

15 Charles "Wes" Byrum PK/P 6'3 195 4.70 Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas Florida Auburn Byrum is a talented combo-kicker and one of the best overall kickers in the south. He plays for a very strong Aquinas program. He gets nice hang time on his punts and has a very strong leg on kick-offs. He committed to Auburn in September. Offers: COL, AUB

16 David Teggart PK 6'1 215 5.00 Algonquin Regional Massachusetts Connecticut Teggart is the top kicker in Massachusetts and one of the best in the East. He has looked exceptional at kicking camps, crushing a 55-yarder while showing excellent accuracy and range. As a junior, he connected on 5 of 7 field goals (47, 47, 38, 36, and 27 yards) and on all 17 PAT attempts. He punted 40 times for an average of 41 yards per punt. As a sophomore, he was 6-for-9 on field goals and 16-for-17 on PATs. He punted 61 times for a 38-yard average. His father kicked at New Hampshire. He committed to Connecticut in June. Offers: UCONN

17 Brandon Walker PK/P 6'1 176 Findlay Ohio Louisville Walker was a a First Team Division I All-State kicker as a junior. He has a very strong leg and is exceptioanlly accurate inside the 50. As a junior, he made 9-of-12 field goal attempts with a long of 50-yards. He also made 43-of-45 extra point attempts. He averaged 37.4 yards per punt. Indiana was the first school to offer him. He committed to Louiville in September. 1-AP-Division I-AS (K); 1-OPS-I-AS (K); 1-Northwest District-I Offers: IN, LOU

18 Chris Hinkebein PK 6'2 165 Charlotte Providence North Carolina Virginia Hinkebein is a strong-legged kicker. As a junior, Hinkebein connected on 7-of-9 field goal attempts with a long of 52 yards and made 47-of-49 PATs. He also put 44 kickoffs into the endzone. He committed to Virginia in September. 1-Charlotte Observer-Area; 1-Charlotte Observer-Mecklenburg Offers: UVA

19 Josh Jasper PK/P 6'0 165 4.50 Memphis Ridgeway Tennessee LSU A First Team Class A All-Stater as a junior after connecting on 53-of-55 extra points and an impressive 17-of-21 field goals. Has a strong and very accurate leg. Also very athletic, with nice size, strength and speed. He committed to LSU in September and is expected to handle field gials and PATs for the Tigers. 1-TSWA-5A-AS (K); 1-Memphis Commercial Appeal-Metro MIAA 4A-5A; 1-PS-Murphy Fair-5A-AS Offers: LSU

20 Sal DiMauro PK 6'3 180 Boca Raton Florida A Third Team Class 4A All-State selection as a junior, DiMauro made 38 of 40 PATs and was an impressive 13 of 14 on field goals, including a long of 52 yards. Averaged 38 yards per punt. Also plays soccer and baseball. Has looked impressive at various kicking camps. ; 3-FSWA-4A-AS (K); 2-Palm Beach Post-Large Schools-Area

21 Shea Brewster PK 5'11 160 A&M Consolidated Texas Baylor Very few kickers receive D-I scholarship offers. Even more unusual is when that kicker is only a second-stringer on his high school team. That's the case with Shea Brewster. He just hapens to be second team to All-Everything kicker/punter Matt Szymanski. He has, however, impressed in camps, including booming kickoffs into the back of the endzone at a Baylor camp. He committed to Baylor in June. Offers: BAY

22 Devin Sabina PK 5'11 175 4.90 Lawrenceville Central Gwinnett Georgia Devin has one of the best legs in the South. As a junior, he made 12 of 15 field goals with three over 50 yardfs and a long of 52 yards (twice). He also averaged about 41 yards a punt and 80% of his kicks went for touchbacks. He earned Fist Team All-County honors.

23 Jaime Hernandez PK/P 6'1 240 5.10 Lufkin Texas A First Team Class 5A All-State selection as a junior, he connected on 12-of-14 FGs with a long of 47, and 39-of-42 PATs. He consistently put kickoffs in the endzone and gets great height on his kicks and punts. As a sophomore, he had 9 field goals and 47 PATs. 1-AP-5A-AS (K); 1-District 14-5A (PK)

24 Travis Baltz PK/P 6'2 175 Whitehouse Anthony Wayne Ohio Maryland Has one of the strongest and most accurate legs in the midwest. He committed to Maryland in August. Offers: MD

25 Rockne Belmonte PK 5'11 180 Grand Rapids Central Catholic Michigan Belmonte is the top kicker in Michigan this year. As a junior, he connected on 48 of 51 PATs and 10 of 13 field goals with a long of 47 yards. 24 of his 81 kick-offs went for touchbacks. Exceptional accuracy and has hit from 60 yards in practice. 1-News-B-AS; 1-GR Press-Area (K); 1-Grand Rapids Advance-East (PK)

26 Kevin Goessling PK/P 5'11 168 5.38 Anaheim Servite California Goessling has been very impressive both on the field and at various kicking camps. As a junior, he had 11 kick-offs and 9 touchbacks, 34 PATs and was 8 of 15 on field goals, with longs of 40, 40, 38 and 37 yards. Also punts. Left-footed.

27 Donny Lemieux PK 5'11 175 4.80 Gardner Massachusetts One of the top kickers on the east coast. As a junior, he made 10 of 12 field goals (long of 42 yards) and 26 of 27 PATs. Also had 41 touchbacks. Has kicked a 60-yard field goal in practice. One of the nation's strongest legs. Top 15 MA JRs (August 2005)

28 Alesandro Te PK Hickory North Carolina Strong-legged kicker who has emerged as one of the best on the atlantic coast. Rated by some as among the top 10 kickers in the nation.

29 Alex Zendejas PK 6'0 170 Glendale Ironwood Arizona A First Team Class 5A All-State selection as a junior. As a sophomore he had a 48-yard field goal. As a junior, he hit on a school record 56-yarder. Great bloodlines as his father kicked in college as did three well-known uncles (Luis-Arizona State, Dallas Cowboys, Max-Arizona, Washington Redskins and Allen-Arizona State) 1-Arizona Republic-5A-AS; 1-5A2-AS

30 Taylor Caldwell PK 6'0 180 Laurel Mississippi A three-sport athlete (socer, beseball) with a great, great leg. Consistently kicked the ball through the back of the end zone as a junior. He had 4 field goals (long of 41 yards) and 24 PATs. One of the top kickers in the south.

31 Charlie Edwards PK/P 6'0 190 Tifton Tift County Georgia First Team Class AAAAA All-State kicker as a junor after hitting on 18 of 24 field goals and 19 of 23 PATs. He had a long field goal of 50 yards. Had 14 touchbacks and averaged 40 yards on 49 punts. 1-GSWA-AAAAA-AS (PK); 1-Atlanta JC-AAAAA-AS (PK) 1-Tift Area (PK/P)

32 Stanley Shurson PK 5'10 170 Ramona California A Second Team Junior All-State selection. Converted on 11 of 15 field goals. 2-CAL-Junior-AS (K); 2-San Diego Union-Tribune-Area (K); 1-Hall of Champions-San Diego Section Team

33 Ryan Novak PK 6'0 214 5.70 Marcellus New York As a junior, Novak kicked field goals of 37 and 31 yards and had 6 touchbaks. He has tremendous leg strength and gets the ball up very high. He was the top kicker at the 2005 Syracuse summer camp and looked very, very good at the U.S. Army combine in San Antonio.

34 Brandon Berry PK 6'0 170 Blackville Hilda South Carolina First Team All-State kicker as a sophomore after connecting on 63 of 65 PATs and 7 of 11 field goals with long of 43 yards. As a junior, he was named Tird Team All-State after conecting on 34 PATs and 5 field goals. 3-The State-AS (K); 1-SCHSL (K); HM-Augusta Chronicle-Sough Carolina Area (K/P)

35 Craig Bunney PK 5'10 158 Ambridge Pennsylvania All-Area soccer star who also excels as a kicker and receiver on the gridiron. Tough kid who also returns kicks, something rare for a kicker. Clutch on field goals. Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); 1-AP-AAA-AS (K)

36 Ian McGarvey PK/P 5'10 175 Greenwood Center Grove Indiana A strong-legged kicker and punter whose modest 2005 stats (26 of 30 on PATs and 2 of 4 on field goals with a long of 28 yards) bely an exceptional leg. Talented enought to either kick or punt at the D-I level, even though he only kicked as a junior. Also plays soccer. Looked exceptional at various kicking camps.

37 Erik Folk PK/P 5'8 190 Sherman Oaks Notre Dame California Has emerged as one of the top kickers on the west coast. Plays for a strong program and has a nice leg, getting great height on his kicks.

38 Andrew Knight PK Raytown South Missouri Probably the top kicker in Missouri. Has a tremendous leg and was very impressive already during the 2005 combine circuit, booting field goals with regularity from 55 yards out. 1-Suburban 6

39 Matt Myers PK 5'11 183 Corona Santiago California One of the better kickers in California. As a junior, 20 of his 64 kickoffs went for touchbacks. He was 33 for 33 on PATs and hit on 11 field goals (longs of 47, 40, 37 and 37 yards). Nice leg.

40 Kyle Dougherty PK/QB 5'8 145 Merritt Island Florida Dougherty has looked very good at veraous kicking camps, kicking a long field goal of 50 yards at one camp. At one camp, he had a 63 yards kick-off average and 3.5 hang time. As a junior, he made 31 of 34 PATs and 3 of 6 field goals (20, 21 and 32 yards). He also had 23 touchbacks. One of the top kickers in Florida.

41 Eric Buchanan PK Green Cove Springs Clay Florida Was rated as one of the top three kickers at the Ray Guy kicking camp. Very strong leg.

42 Austin Lalich PK 6'1 205 Tinley Park Andrew Illinois

43 Stephen Huegel PK 5'11 179 4.71 Harrison City Penn-Trafford Pennsylvania

44 Phillip Jordan PK 6'0 170 Ware County Georgia 1-GSWA-AAAA-AS (K); 1-Atlanta JC-AAAA-AS

45 Christopher Rogers PK Dublin Trinity Christian Georgia

46 Drew Zamora PK Colorado Springs Rampart Colorado

47 Michael Busch PK/P/WR/DB 6'1 186 Findlay Liberty-Benton Ohio 1-AP-Division V-AS; 1-OP-V-AS; 1-K/P-Jrs-OH (August 2005)

48 Ryne Smith PK 5'10 160 Madison Central Mississippi 2-Jackson Clarion-Ledger-Metro (PK)

49 Jordan Means PK/P 6'3 197 Hoover Alabama

50 Julio Moraga PK 5'7 190 Homestead Florida

51 Spencer Covey PK Coppell Texas

52 Tanor Johnson PK/DB 5'10 165 Bellevue Eastlake Catholic Washington 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); HM-4A-AS (K); 1-Seattle Star-Times-Area (K); 1-KingCo-4A (K & CB & KR)

53 Chris Hill PK/P 6'2 205 Elkton Maryland 2-Small School-AS (K)

54 Bradley Sowers PK 6'0 185 4.68 Cable Triad Ohio

55 Skylar Kemper PK Lena-Winslow Illinois

56 Alex Metskas PK Irvine Northwood California

57 Joe MacMillan PK/DB 5'9 170 Los Angeles Loyola California 1-CIF-Division I-Southern Section

58 D.J. LoPresti PK 5'11 185 Randolph New Jersey 2-NJHS-PS-AS

59 Andrew Samson PK 6'2 190 4.80 Bloomfield Hills Andover Michigan

60 Kemar Scarlett PK 6'2 175 Potomac Maryland HM-Washington Post-Metro (K)

61 Ian Kadish PK/P 6'1 175 Wyoming Ohio 2-AP-Division IV-AS (K)

62 Michael Scott PK 5'9 155 El Paso Franklin Texas 2-AP-5A-AS (K)

63 Sean Kelley PK Monrovia California

64 Nathan O'Jibway PK/P North Fort Myers Florida 3-FSWA-5A-AS; 1-FACA-District 16 (P)

65 Jorge Vazquez PK/P Camarillo California

66 Jake Campbell PK 6'0 175 Eau Claire Regis Wisconsin 1-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel-AS (PK) 1-WFCA-AS (PK); 2-AP-AS (PK); Wisconsin Junior Watchlist

67 Jake Young PK 5'10 134 Mountain Home Arkansas 1-AAAAA East (K)

68 Justin Shaugnessy PK 6'1 170 Hewitt Midway Texas 2-AP-4A-AS (K); 3--Central Texas (PK); 1-District 16-4A (K)

69 Takayuki Koyano PK Maryville Tennessee

70 Drew Butler PK/P 6'2 187 5.40 Suwanee Peachtree Ridge Georgia

71 Kyle Shevlin PK/QB/P 5'11 175 4.50 Elma Iroquois Central New York 3-NYSWA-A-AS (S/K); 1-Buffalo News-WNY (K)

72 Derek Depasquale PK The Woodlands Texas

73 Tom Latimore PK/P 6'4 185 Florissant McCluer North Missouri 1-MFCA-5A-AS (K)

74 Dale Wallace PK 5'11 175 Ouachita Christian Louisiana 1-LSWA-2A-AS

75 John Nyquist PK 5'9 155 Cullman Alabama 1-ASWA-5A-AS; 1-Montgomery Advertiser-5A-AS; Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game

76 Tom Randazza PK 6'1 190 Pine Richland Pennsylvania Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006); HM-WPIAL (Keystone Recruiting); Top 54 Western PA Underclassmen (October 25, 2005, Keystone Recruiting)

77 Chandler Anderson PK/P 5'11 185 Shaw Georgia 1-GSWA-AAA-AS (K); 1-Atlanta JC-AAA-AS (P)

78 Dusty Greenbury PK/P 6'1 205 Birmingham Brother Rice Michigan

79 Nick Maggio PK 6'4 170 St. Thomas Aquinas Kansas 1-Wichita Eagle-5A-AS; 1-Topeka Capital-Journal-5A-AS

80 Danny Hrapmann PK New Orleans Holy Cross Louisiana 1-District 8-5A (K&P)

81 Brett Brodbeck PK Franklin Battle Ground Academy Tennessee

82 Ben Milam PK 6'0 170 Fresno Clovis West California 1-PS-Central Section

83 Michael McLeod PK Keystone Heights Florida ; 1-FSWA-2A-AS (K)

84 Cam Miller PK Duncan Byrnes South Carolina 2-Spartanburg Herald-Journal-Area

85 Anthony Leonardi PK Newbury Park California 2-Ventura County Star-County (K)

86 Nico Grasu PK Encino Crespi California

87 Zack Bell PK 6'3 180 Downers Grove South Illinois

88 Miles Gorham PK Canon City Colorado 2-Rocky Mountain News-4A-AS (K)

89 Riley St. Clair PK Dana Point Dana Hils California

90 Collins Harper PK/WR 6'2 180 4.60 Columbia Dreher South Carolina

91 Scott Enos PK Granite Bay California

92 Jon Clune PK/P 6'1 175 St. Henry Ohio 2-K/P-Jrs-OH (August 2005)

93 Spencer Whitehead PK 6'2 170 Bloomington South Indiana SM-Herald-Tribune-AS; 1-IFCA-5A-Junior-AS (K)

94 Matt Miller PK 5'8 160 Tenafly New Jersey 1-North Jersey Group

95 Chris Haley PK Butler Area Pennsylvania Top 63-PA-JRs (Keystone Recruiting-late January 2006)


Honorable Mention


Blake Richardson PK 5'11 200 Fairhope Alabama Alabama North-South Junior All-Star Game (PK)
Ray Canafax PK Hartselle Alabama HM-ASWA-5A-AS (K); 1-Decatur Daily-4A-6A-Area (K)
Mark Prevost PK Jasper Walker Alabama
Shane McLaughlin PK 5'10 180 Madison Academy Alabama 1-Montgomery Advertiser-3A-AS (K); HM-ASWA-3A-AS (K)
Graham Sutter PK/P 5'8 145 St. James Alabama HM-ASWA-4A-AS (P); 1-Montgomery Advertiser-3A/4A-Metro (K)
Austin Williams PK 6'2 160 Yuma Catholic Arizona 2-Arizona Republic-3A-1A-AS (K)
Luke Pruett PK 5'10 180 Conway Arkansas 13-40-ARK-JRs (ARK – February 2006)
Dylan Cruz PK 5'9 185 Dardanelle Arkansas
Rob James PK/P 5'10 175 Little Rock Central Arkansas
Matt Boeving PK/OL/DL 6'3 210 White Hall Arkansas 1-AAAA Southeast (K)
Matt Myers PK ??? California
Tyler Watson PK/P ??? California
Trevor Charlston PK Beverly Hills California
Brandon Ibarra PK Encino Crespi California
Brad Greenway PK La Costa Canyon California
Marcus Flores PK 6'1 180 La Mesa Grossmont California
Joseph MaMilan PK Los Angeles Loyola California
Pedro Ocampo PK 5'11 175 Oceanside California
Kyle Delahooke PK Pasadena Maranatha California
Luis Tejada PK 5'7 135 Ridgecrest Burroughs California 1-CIF-Division VIII-Southern Section (K)
Ryan Williams PK Sheldon California
Danny Jennings PK Simi Valley Royal California
Ernesto Lacayo PK Tennyson California
Ricky Drake PK 6'1 157 Valencia California
Tony Avila PK 5'9 170 Wildomar Elsinore California 1-Riverside Press-Enterprise-PS-Area
Nick Hedrick PK Winters California
Chris Gorham PK 6'2 195 Denver Montbello Colorado 1-Denver Prep League (5A) (K)
Stephen D'Orisio PK/RB Pueblo South Colorado HM-Denver Post-4A-AS (RB); HM-Rocky Mountain News-4A-AS
Robbie Dornfried PK 5'9 165 4.90 West Hartford Northwest Catholic Connecticut
Kody Stump PK/P 6'0 158 Bushnell South Sumter Florida 1-Orlando Sentinel-Lake County
John Futchko PK Eau Gallie Florida
Cory Varnadore PK Florida High Florida ; 1-FSWA-2B-AS; 1-Tallahassee Democrat-Big Bend
Ryan Ruckle PK/P 6'0 185 Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna Florida 2-Fort Lauderdale SS-Broward-Small (P)
Moise Saintil PK Immokalee Florida HM-Naples Daily News-Area
Lance Pemble PK 6'2 140 Leesburg Florida 2-Orlando Sentinel-Lake County (UT-OFF)
Nick Basquill-White PK Longwood Lyman Florida 2-Orlando Sentinel-Seminole County (PK)
Danny Escobar PK 5'8 180 Miami Florida Christian Florida ; HM-FSWA-2B-AS (K); 1-Miami Herald-Dade-3A-1A
Tommy Crews PK/P 5'8 170 Miami Monsignor Pace Florida
Greg Lee PK 6'5 171 South Fork Florida
David Gans PK St. Petersburg Admiral Farragut Florida
Colin Gallagher PK 5'11 170 Atlanta Marist Georgia 1-Atlanta JC-Dekalb/Rockdale; 1-Atlanta JC-Northside; 1-Crier-Area
Lindsey Hopson PK 5'10 190 4.90 Coffee Georgia
Juan Rodriguez PK Fort Valley Peach County Georgia 1-Macon Telegraph:-Middle Georgia
Matias Ferreira PK Lovejoy Georgia
Macklin Hayes PK McDonough Union Grove Georgia 1-Atlanta JC-Clayton/Henry (PK)
Tim Pisano PK 5'10 150 Milton Georgia 1-Atlanta JC-Northside
Landon Bennett PK/WR 6'3 190 4.65 Norcross Greater Atlanta Christian Georgia
Chad Gross PK 6'1 175 North Gwinnett Georgia
Andy Stevens PK/P 5'9 190 Riverside Military Academy Georgia
Jim Allen PK 5'10 175 Savannah County Day Georgia 1-Savannah Morning News-Area
Mark Tench PK 5'8 145 Washington-Wilkes Georgia 1-Augusta Chronicle-Georgia Area
Ryan Simmons PK Twin Falls Idaho
Scott Sarason PK 5'11 156 Chicago Mount Carmel Illinois 2-Northwest Indiana News-Illinois Area:
Ryan Dunne PK Lemont Illinois
Cory Anderson PK Oak Hill Indiana
Adam Walton PK/P 6'1 170 Speedway Indiana
Brett Sheldon PK 6'0 165 4.75 Veedersburg Fountain Central Indiana
Gabe Fuller PK 6'0 180 Cherokee Iowa
Jared Witter PK 6'3 195 Shawnee Mission West Kansas 1-Wichita Eagle-6A-AS (K); 1-Topeka Capital-Journal-6A-AS (K)
Casey Tinius PK 6'2 170 Bowling Green Kentucky 3-LouisvilleCourier-Journal-AS (K)
Josh Ewing PK 5'11 160 Harrodsburg Mercer County Kentucky HM-LouisvilleCourier-Journal-AS (K)
Dustin Switzer PK/P Shelby County Kentucky
Josh Duran PK 5'8 162 4.87 Eunice Louisiana
Nick Weeks PK/P 6'0 180 Pineville Louisiana 101-136-LA (Dandy Don-January 2005)
David Hankins PK/P 6'2 190 Shreveport Byrd Louisiana 1-District 1-5A (PK); 2-District 1-5A (P)
Brett Weiss PK/RB 5'7 160 Baltimore Boys' Latin Maryland 2-Baltimore Sun-Metro (K); 1-Baltimore Sun-Baltimore County (K)
Mike Englehart PK Centennial Maryland 1-Baltimore Sun-Howard County (K)
Eric Roberts PK 6'0 170 John Carroll Maryland
Chris Stengel PK/P 5'8 140 North Harford Maryland 1-Baltimore Sun-Harford County
Drew Murray PK/P 6'2 185 Stephen Decatur Maryland
Ken Masse PK/RB/LB Andover Massachusetts 1-Merrimack Valley
Jordan Williams PK 5'8 165 Constantine Michigan x 1-News-C-AS (PK); 1-AP-C-AS; 1-South Bend Tribune-Michigan Area
Shawn Snoor PK 6'0 175 Holt Michigan 1-Lansing State Journal-Area
Andy Leonard PK 6'2 180 Novi Detroit Catholic Central Michigan x
Mark Schlaudt PK 5'11 170 Rockford Michigan
Ryan Granquist PK 6'1 160 Blaine Minnesota 46-JRs-MIN (Winter 2006)
Jered Pierschbacher PK 5'10 175 Belton Missouri 1-MSS-5A-AS (K)
Chase McCoy PK 6'2 215 Blue Springs Missouri 2-Kansas City Star-Metro (K); 1-Eastern Jackson County Examiner-Area
Joey Hoffman PK Chesterfield Parkway Central Missouri
Mike Bigogno PK 6'0 175 Eureka Missouri 2-MFCA-5A-AS (K); 3-St. Louis Post-Dispatch-Metro
Nick Timberlake PK 6'2 165 Florissant Hazelwood Central Missouri 2-MFCA-6A-AS (K)
Alex Cadice PK 6'0 145 Helias Missouri
Zach Ring PK/QB 6'1 180 St. Charles West Missouri 1-MSS-4A-AS (K); 3-MFCA-4A-AS (K)
Alex Barnes PK 5'10 170 St. Louis CBC Missouri
Nick Rhodes PK Cimarron Nevada
Dylan Cooper PK 5'9 176 Henderson Foothill Nevada 2-Southern Nevada; 1-Sunrise Conference
Del Thomas PK 5'9 147 5.19 Clearview Regional New Jersey
Eric McCutcheon PK/P Edison Stevens New Jersey
Ryan Pinto PK 6'4 24 5.32 Kingsway Regional New Jersey
Chris Malick PK 5'9 155 Linwood Mainland Regional New Jersey 2-Philadelphia.com-South Jersey (K)
David Sarner PK Manalapan New Jersey
Danny Woodrow PK Rahway New Jersey
Mark Mangion PK Ridge New Jersey
Michael Barbour PK ??? New York
Jim Wittpenn PK 5'11 180 4.80 Mt. Sinai New York
Michael Burton PK/P 5'8 165 Ahoskie Hertford County North Carolina
Gabe Lee PK 6'0 195 Angier Harnett Central North Carolina
Dixon Wright PK/P 5'11 172 Avery County North Carolina
Josh Holleman PK/P 5'11 165 4.90 West Wilkes North Carolina
Zach Campbell PK 6'1 169 Canton McKinley Ohio 2-Northeast Inland District-I (K); 1-Federal League (K)
Justin Guy PK/P 6'0 165 Clay Ohio 10-K/P-Jrs-OH (August 2005)
Mason Pew PK/P 5'7 135 Danville Ohio 9-K/P-Jrs-OH (August 2005)
Scott Neill PK/P 6'0 200 Dublin Jerome Ohio 6-K/P-Jrs-OH (August 2005)
Nick Spodafore PK/P 6'0 202 Gahanna Lincoln Ohio 7-K/P-Jrs-OH (August 2005)
Ryan Schlater PK/P 6'0 170 Graham Ohio 5-K/P-Jrs-OH (August 2005)
Jay McCoy PK/P 5'10 180 Kenton Ridge Ohio 4-K/P-Jrs-OH (August 2005)
Michael Eisman PK/P 6'2 185 Logan Elm Ohio 8-K/P-Jrs-OH (August 2005)
Jon Oberhauser PK 5'8 135 Masillon Jackson Ohio 2-Federal League (K)
Kevin Schneider PK Upper Arlington Ohio
Charlie Rosenthal PK Portland Lincoln Oregon HM-Portland Oregonian-4A-AS (K); 1-PIL (4A) (K)
Zach Alley PK Berwick Pennsylvania
Drew Snyder PK/WR South Western Pennsylvania 1-Gettysburg Evening Sun-Area (K)
Tom Kondash PK 5'9 175 State College Pennsylvania
C.J. Bahr PK 5'8 150 State College Pennsylvania
Bradley Williams PK 6'3 190 Greenville South Carolina
Nick Kinney PK/P 6'0 165 Stratford South Carolina
Eric Gaceicki PK/P Fairview Tennessee 2-Nashville Tennesseean-Midstate (P/PK)
Christos Adamopoulous PK 5'10 175 Lexington Tennessee
Rob Dorris PK 6'0 155 White House - Heritage Tennessee
Paul Tearson PK/DB/P 6'1 170 Austin McCallum Texas 1--Central Texas (K); 1-District 25-4A (K & P & S)
Drew Worth PK 5'10 170 Blue Ridge Texas 2-AP-2A-AS (K)
Marty Zarate PK 5'7 150 Coppell Texas
Kyle Matthews PK/P 5'11 170 Copperas Cove Texas 4--Central Texas (K)
Bill Greer PK 6'0 175 Crosby Texas 1-District 19-4A (K)
Cory Montgomery PK/RB 5'10 185 Dallas Kimball Texas
Arturo Rodriguez PK 6'1 180 Dallas Samuell Texas 2-District 9-5A (PK)
Craig Alaniz PK Deer Park Texas
Kyle Matthews PK Klein Collins Texas
Justin Putnam PK 5'10 162 5.01 Round Rock Westwood Texas
Jacob Gibbons PK The Woodlands Texas
Ryan McNamara PK Provo Timpview Utah
Kyle Kirk PK 5'11 143 5.35 Stafford Colonial Forge Vermont
Nathan Turner PK 6'0 180 Giles Virginia
Ryan Estep PK 6'0 160 Hickory Virginia 21-30-South Hampton Roads (May, 10, 2006- The Virginian-Pilot); 1-Virginian-Pilot-Tidewater (PK); 1-Eastern Region (Coaches) (PK); 1-Southeastern District (PK)
Wayne Hailey PK 5'10 165 Riverheads Virginia 1-AP-A-AS (PK)
Josh Polello PK Spokane East Valley Washington 70 WASH JRs to Watch (WASH – February 5, 2006); HM-Washington Preps-3A-AS; 1-Greater Spokane League
B.J. Evans PK/RB 6'2 196 Tolsia West Virginia 1-AP-AA-AS (K)
Russell Palm PK 6'1 166 Williamstown West Virginia 1-AP-A-AS (K)
Taylor Layton PK 5'9 155 Homestead Wisconsin
Alex Minnaert PK 5'9 145 Madison Edgewood Wisconsin 1-AP-AS; 2-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel-AS; HM-WFCA-AS; 1-Madison Capital Times-Area (K); 1-Shrine-Madison (K)



Others


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Matthew Bahsoon PK/P 5'7 170 Fort Smith Northside Arkansas
Josh Davis PK 5'9 155 Fort Smith Southside Arkansas
Garrett Nelson PK 5'9 155 Greenbrier Arkansas
Gary Young PK 5'11 156 Mountain Home Arkansas
Ryan Wood PK/QB 6'1 175 Wynne Arkansas
Christopher Chapman PK 5'9 132 Canyon Country Canyon California
Anthony Sandoval PK 5'10 190 Compton Dominguez California
Kelly May PK/P 5'9 150 Elk Grove Laguna Creek California
Invictus Igwe PK 6'0 180 Granada Hills Kennedy California
John Gillett PK 5'10 150 Lakewood California
Matthew Cheatham PK 6'1 175 Oceanside California
Manuel Tenorio PK 5'5 165 Ontario Colony California
Brian Blumberg PK Redondo Beach Redondo California
Luis Tejeda PK 5'6 125 Ridgecrest Burroughs California
Jeff Lopez PK Rosemead Bosco Tech California
Cory Suess PK/DB 5'7 145 San Jose Santa Teresa California
Cory Suess PK Santa Teresa California
Jake Kendall PK/WR/DB 5'10 145 Simi Valley Grace Brethren California
Kaleb Volstad PK 6'1 160 Boca Raton Jupiter Christian Florida 2-Fort Lauderdale SS-Palm Beach-Small (K); 2-Palm Beach Post-Small Schools-Area
Jeff Hargreaves PK Bradenton Manatee Florida
Cameron Stevens PK 5'6 125 Christmas Timber Creek Florida 2-Orlando Sentinel-Orange County (K)
Evan McKeon PK/P/OL 6'3 190 Dunedin Florida
James Hager PK 6'1 155 Gainesville P.K. Yonge Florida
Thomas Baertschi PK/WR NSB Florida HM-Daytona Beach News-Journal-Area (PKWR)
Josh White PK/WR 5'11 175 Pensacola Catholic Florida 2-Pensacola News Journal-Area (K)
Kerry Simms PK Port St. Lucie Florida
Marvin Zumbado PK 5'11 165 Tampa Jefferson Florida
Lekol Kordah PK 5'10 160 Atlanta Banneker Georgia
Alden Fisher PK Augusta Christian Georgia
Brent Turner PK Brentwood Georgia
Nick Sasser PK 6'0 160 Brunswick Georgia
Mike Ferros PK/P Woodstock Georgia
Anthony Marshall PK 6'1 170 Hohenfels Germany 1-DODDs-All-Europe
River Kim PK/WR 5'9 175 Punahou Hawaii 1-ILH (K); 2-ILH (WR)
Adtrian Ortiz PK 5'11 160 Aberdeen Idaho 1-2A-AS (K)
Jeremy Pohlman PK 5'10 160 Antioch Illinois
C.J. O'Connell PK/WR De La Salle Illinois 1-Northwest Indiana News-Illinois Area (PK)
Chris Vettel PK 5'& 135 Downers Grove North Illinois
Francisco Farfan PK 5'10 180 Harvey Thornton Township Illinois
Will Matthews PK 5'9 150 Homewood-Flossmoor Illinois
Tom Lynch PK 5'11 180 Lincoln-Way East Illinois 4-Suburban Chicago News-Area
Nick Muzzarelli PK 6'0 160 Reed-Custer Illinois SM-Suburban Chicago News-Area
Patrick Rooney PK 6'1 175 Warrenville Wheaton South Illinois
Chris Crawford PK 5'11 160 BCLUW Iowa
Shane Johnson PK Davenport Central Iowa 3-MAC Conference (K)
Jesse Hawkins PK/P 5'10 155 Georgetown Scott County Kentucky
Taylor Roteff PK 5'8 150 Crowley Notre Dame Louisiana 1-District 5-3A (K)
Ben Poulin PK Winslow Maine
Josh Gibson PK 5'10 185 Franklin Maryland
Kilgo Livingston PK/P Hyattsville DeMatha Maryland
Casey Dobyns PK/P 6'3 180 North Bethesda Georgetown Prep Maryland
Nick Linkow PK 5'10 180 Wellesley Massachusetts
Dylan VanFossen PK 5'10 165 Lake Orion Michigan x
Blake Chouinard PK Menominee Michigan 1-UP-ABC Team (K)
Blake Thornton PK Olivet Michigan x 1-Lansing SJ-Pre-Area (K)
Tom Klonowski PK/P/WR 6'3 190 Sterling Heights Stevenson Michigan
Mike Hendrix PK 5'9 150 Stevensville-Lakeshore Michigan x
Robert Anderson PK 6'1 150 Walled Lake Northern Michigan 1-WLAA (K)
Matt Stone PK 6'2 185 Anoka Minnesota
Jesse Holzer PK 5'10 140 Champlin Park Minnesota
DeSean Peterson PK Minneapolis Henry Minnesota 1-Minneapolis (ST)
Kyle Burgess PK/DB/WR Pattonville Missouri
Steffen White PK 5'6 142 St. Louis Cardinal Ritter Missouri
Nate Biscoe PK 6'0 185 Maxwell Nebraska
Turk Farrell PK/P 6'0 170 Omaha Millard North Nebraska
Cameron Niel PK 5'11 190 North Valley Nevada
Ashleigh Shoughro PK Palo Verde Nevada
Boomer Roepke PK Reno Nevada
Oswaldo Rojos PK Shadow Ridge Nevada
Francisco Salazar PK Paterson John F. Kennedy New Jersey
Kathryn Paxton PK 5'8 166 5.25 Princeton New Jersey
Michael Perry PK 5'9 167 5.38 West Deptford New Jersey
Forrest Moog PK 6'0 138 4.99 Apex North Carolina
Michael Eddy PK/WR 6'2 165 4.60 Asheboro North Carolina
Austin Royal PK 5'10 165 Jacksonville North Carolina
Trase Jones PK/P 6'1 170 4.80 Roanoke Rapids North Carolina
Ben Rios PK Lakewood St. Edward Ohio
Rob Maylor PK 5'4 115 Massillon Washington Ohio
Tim Denton PK/P 5'11 195 Warner Oklahoma 1-Muskogee Phoenix-Small School (A-C)-Area
Wade Penner PK 5'11 145 Corvallis Oregon 3-Valley League (4A) (K)
Josh Parshall PK Portland Westview Oregon 2-Metro League (4A) (K)
Jared Kaufman PK/P 5'9 179 Erie Cathedral Prep Pennsylvania
Anthony Petrulak PK Jeannette Pennsylvania
Steve Stombaugh PK 5'11 170 Mt. Lebanon Pennsylvania
Sam Keeler PK/QB Beaufort South Carolina 1-Beaufort Gazette-Area
Hart Rivers PK 6'2 185 King's Academy South Carolina
Ryan Jastram PK 6'2 185 Roosevelt South Dakota
Isaac Stroup PK 6'0 160 Brighton Tennessee
Willy Cruz PK/WR 5'8 166 Erin Houston County Tennessee
Logan O'Conner PK/P 6'0 165 Knoxville Halls Tennessee
Stephen Bal PK Knoxville Webb Tennessee
Paul Clay PK 5'10 160 Madison Goodpasture Tennessee
Chip Rhome PK 6'1 195 Murfreesboro Blackman Tennessee
Justin Wang PK/P 5'8 155 4.60 Austin Westlake Texas
Brian Sladek PK 5'11 190 4.90 Dallas Jesuit Texas
Jordan Walker PK 5'8 140 Fort Worth Birdville Texas
Jeremy Barber PK 5'9 165 Hallsville Texas 1-District 17-4A (K)
Josemar Lopez PK Hillsboro Texas
William Ortega PK Houston Booker T. Washington Texas
Christian Fischer PK/DB 5'9 146 Houston Cypress Springs Texas
James Nelson PK 5'10 175 4.90 Houston Jersey Village Texas
Darron Chappel PK 5'8 150 Kilgore Texas 1-District 17-4A (K)
Alex Gutierrez PK 5'10 170 4.80 Livingston Texas
David Moore PK 6'0 150 Lockhart Texas
Landry McGonagill PK 5'11 160 Mt. Vernon Texas
Fernando Espinosa PK 5'7 145 Navasota Texas
V.J. McAlvoy PK? Uvalde Texas
Nick Hernandez PK 5'9 200 Willis Texas
Warner Clark PK Bellows Falls Union Vermont
Matt Walker PK 5'10 165 Chesapeake Oscar Smith Virginia 2-Virginian-Pilot-Tidewater (K); 2-Southeastern District (K)
David East PK 5'10 165 Goochland Virginia HM-Richmond Times-Dispatch-Metro (K)
Wes Sherill PK 5'9 160 Greenbrier Christian Virginia
John Bolton PK L.C. Bird Virginia 1-Dominion District (PK)
Zek Hodges PK/P 5'10 180 Norfolk Maury Virginia 2-Eastern District (K & P)
Brian Barnson PK 5'9 155 Western Branch Virginia
Justin Frymark PK Stevens Point Wisconsin
Matt McCoy PK 6'3 170 Waunakee Wisconsin

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