College Summer Camps

Right after signing day, a high school athlete will start to get invited to countless college camps across the country. They will get your information from RubioLongSnapping.com. These invites can be quite appealing but let me clear them up for you….

  • The camps usually happen within the month of June
  • Everyone gets invited. Don’t feel special.
  • Check out the roster first. If a school just offered a Long Snapper a scholarship the year before, they will NOT be offering another one the following year.
  • The summer between your junior and senior year is the key time to go.
  • The summers between your freshman and junior year is a time to go to one or two just to get your feet wet and see the process.
  • DO NOT GO TO TOO MANY. I can’t say this enough. I say it every year and every year I see Long Snappers hitting five to ten camps in June and killing their chances to go to college. Your body will break down, your form will go to trash and your snapping will suffer. You do poorly at one and the word will spread. All the coaches know each other and will talk about you.
  • I would recommend NO MORE THAN THREE in the summer.
  • Don’t expect much instruction from these camps. They are usually just cattle calls with TONS of Snapping. Pace yourself.

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Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

In just 12 years, Chris Rubio, President and Owner of Rubio Long Snapping, has become the #1 Long Snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a Long Snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on “Rubio’s” word day in and day out on who the best Long Snappers are in the country. Rubio Long Snapping has assisted in over 300 Long Snappers earning FULL SCHOLARSHIPS to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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TOP 12 Camp

In order to create the maximum amount of targeted exposure for my Long Snappers, The TOP 12 Camp was adjusted last year.

At each of my Vegas Events (January and May), I will select 20 athletes that dominated each camp and I feel could potentially be ready for the next level.

I will also have a maximum of FIVE Wild Card invites each that we can give throughout the year. My choice. Any camp. All on me and what I have seen and/or read about throughout the year.

Curious as to what I am looking for in a Long Snapper, click HERE

Now, here is where things REALLY get interesting. During the summer, at The TOP 12 camp  (the term “Event Elite” is officially retired), not only will the athletes have to perform on the field, they will have to perform off the field as well. Each athlete will undergo a full interview process along with several meetings so that we can really grasp who they are and how they will handle the life of a college and/or pro athlete.

When a Long Snapper is announced on the Rubio Long Snapping Twitter account, they will now be part of an exclusive group. They will now receive a black TOP 12 shirt at their regions Rubio Long Snapping spring camp which they can wear at that camp, VEGAS XXXII in May and definitely at the TOP 12 Camp in July. At the end of the TOP 12 camp, when we unveil the TOP 12, each one of those campers will receive the elusive yellow shirt AND a special hoodie designed by Adidas specifically for those Long Snappers.

Stay with me here, The TOP 12 will be chosen at the end of the camp. They will be selected at individual meetings in a war room at the end of camp while the other Long Snappers will be waiting and feeling the pressure, wondering “How many spots are left?”

They will be selected by their mental and physical ability over the three days of the camp.

Now, we will REALLY get to see who are The TOP 12 of Rubio Long Snapping!

HERE are the 45 invited last year and below are the TOP 12 Long Snappers that made the cut!

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Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

In just 12 years, Chris Rubio, President and Owner of Rubio Long Snapping, has become the #1 Long Snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a Long Snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on “Rubio’s” word day in and day out on who the best Long Snappers are in the country. Rubio Long Snapping has assisted in over 300 Long Snappers earning FULL SCHOLARSHIPS to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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The Winner of VEGAS XXXI

Reporter Ritz

My 15 year old son, Alec (I call him Ritz) has expressed some interest in becoming a journalist. I told him to choose a topic and I would “publish” it for him. Here it is….

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The date is January 14, 2018. Zach Edwards bends down to pick up his final ball of the evening and silence swarms the crowd of 300 teenagers gathered on that small field in Las Vegas, Nevada…

This is the finals of VEGAS XXXI.

Tied 7-7, four and a half star Rubio Long Snapper, Zach Edwards gets his feet set and looks at the target looming 15 yards away. Other Rubio long snappers are gathered on all sides, awaiting the snap. This is Zach’s moment.

He tucks his TOP 12 Camp t-shirt under his chin, ensuring that his vision will not be impaired and reaches out for the ball. This is it. All his hard work and preparation for the event have led up to this one moment. Perspiration builds on his head as he takes his final breath before the snap.

Without hesitation, his hands and fingers flash simultaneously with his legs and arms. Black rubber shoots out in all directions as his feet slide across the turf field. Head through, eyes up, wrists together. Just like Zach practiced. The ball whips off of his fingertips, slicing through the air like a 15 ounce leather spacecraft. It’s literally out of his hands now, nothing more he can do as the ball continues to fly through the air in a mind boggling fast 360 degree spiral. It inches closer and closer towards that coveted chain link target brought out specifically for the occasion. The oxygen is stole from the crowd. Time slows down. Rubio’s face becomes engulfed in anticipation as the ball finally reaches its target destination…

KA-PLING!!!

The Rubio stamped Adidas football comes to rest capitulated at the bottom of the 2 point target square.

One snap later with many unblinking eyes watching, his opponent Kameron Hawkins would miss the final snap of the event.

Zach Edwards has just won VEGAS XXXI!

-Alec Eckert, Journalist: Rubio Long Snapping

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Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

In just 12 years, Chris Rubio, President and Owner of Rubio Long Snapping, has become the #1 Long Snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a Long Snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on “Rubio’s” word day in and day out on who the best Long Snappers are in the country. Rubio Long Snapping has assisted in over 300 Long Snappers earning FULL SCHOLARSHIPS to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Snap Speeds from VEGAS XXXI!

Each Long Snapper was timed several times at VEGAS XXXI. Each time was charted at 15 yards (punter’s heels at 15 yards) and were done by Rubio at the agility section. Gabriel Pugh (AL, ’19) averaged the fastest times with a .645!!!

Here are the results in alphabetical order….

Aguilar, Ryan

0.76

Albright, Will

0.765

Allen, Cody

1.04

Aloma, John

0.7

Alvidrez, Ryan

Anthony, Enzo

0.83

Arroyo, Ross

0.85

Babcock, Justin

0.755

Barcelos, Nick

0.78

Barlow, Griff

0.98

Bastuga, Michael

0.94

Battles, Karsten

0.655

Beattie, Brendan

0.835

Becerra, Noe

0.86

Bedell, Derek

0.775

Benjamin, Aidan

0.88

Bergeron, John

0.87

Black, Tucker

Boan, David

0.865

Bolz, Caden

0.745

Bourque, Phillip

0.93

Bowden, Peter

0.705

Bowles, Michael

0.99

Bozanich, Ryan

0.935

Bradshaw, Andrew

0.81

Brannock, Aaron

0.935

Brisson, Tommy

1.21

Burtch, Joshua

0.81

Buttrell, Andy

Carmer, Mitch

0.9

Casasante, Jac

0.67

Casillas, Mark

0.81

Cervantes, Gabe

0.87

Chandler, Brayden

0.805

Chism, Eli

0.85

Clark, Jayden

Click, Justin

1.135

Cobb, Will

0.92

Coe, Michael

0.92

Correia, Sean

0.905

Davis, Evan

.79

DeRosier, Charles

0.79

Divirgilio, Nicholas

0.905

Dixon, Danny

0.775

Doughty, Sam

0.845

Duffey, Brett

0.98

Dunagan, Payton

Durr, James

0.76

Dyer, Kellen

0.79

Echols, Xander

0.885

Edwards, Zachary

0.655

Eimer, Bryce

0.81

Eldridge, Jake

1.16

Farris, John

0.81

Felt, Bryce

0.92

Fichter, Corey

0.84

Fiene, Robert

0.79

Finkle, Graham

0.9

Foggia, Jake

0.87

Frazier, Cooper

0.86

Fuchs, Mark

0.855

Gaines, Ron

0.79

Gambs, Charles

0.8

Gannon, Matthew

0.825

Garcia, Jacob

0.775

Garcia, Joshua

0.845

Gately, Gavin

0.81

George, Brad

0.785

Gibson, Evan

0.82

Gonneville, Andrew

0.76

Gorman, Andrew

1.05

Gottsegen, Eliot

0.93

Gough, Ethan

0.945

Gragg, Jake

0.96

Greep, JT

0.86

Guillemette, Adam

0.69

Hahn, Derek

0.845

Hall, Aidan

0.815

Hall, Nathan

0.905

Hall, Owen

0.74

Hansen, Travis

0.785

Harrison, Jack

0.795

Hawkins, Kameron

0.725

Hayes, Dillon

Hedberg, Nathan

0.805

Heller, Mitch

0.835

Heyes, Triston

1.08

Hirsch, Josiah

0.82

Hood, Hayden

0.795

Hooker, Blake

0.81

Hooper, Devon

0.85

Hosford, Luke

0.73

Howell, Noah

0.675

Huberty, Dylan

1.5

Hudak, Ethan

0.735

Hughes, Scout

0.965

Hurst, Brandon

0.85

Imrem, Kuper

0.825

Iwamoto, Garrett

0.815

Johnstone, Christian

0.785

Katri, Ryan

1.59

Kaye, Griffin

0.74

Kelly, Christo

0.77

Kelly, Joseph

0.775

Kent, Chris

0.975

Key, Jarret

0.815

King, Ethan

0.97

King, Kenneth

Knight, Carson

0.745

Kochav, Shai

1.09

Landes, Cameron

0.82

Landherr, Jack

0.715

Lane, Ethan

0.975

Lau, Dean

0.725

Laurin, Jack

0.89

Laux, AJ

0.84

Ledford, Ryan

1.08

Lindsay, JJ

0.845

Lippincott, Cade

0.9

Little, Drew

0.725

Long, William

MacQuarrie, Cullen

0.825

Malone, Luke

0.84

Manly, John

Martin, Tyler

1.035

McCabe, Joe

0.905

McCauley, Declan

0.835

McCormack, Nathan

0.97

McCracken, Zane

0.865

McFarland, Jackson

0.88

McKinney, Levi

0.8

McLaughlin, Douglas

0.695

Millea, Bobby

0.905

Miller, Joe

1.03

Milliron, Brennen

0.775

Mitchell, Will

0.93

Mora, John

1.19

Morgan, Peter

1.005

Morton, John

0.835

Mosier, Austin

0.745

Munoz, Michael

0.815

Nadelsticher, Alan

1.07

Napper, Mason

0.765

Nelson, Brian

0.815

Nieland, Max

0.77

Oldham, Brandon

0.8

Olszewski, Cody

0.815

Orona, Michael

1.15

Orozco, Leroy

1.015

Otwell, CJ

0.92

Parsons, William

0.915

Payne, Luke

0.795

Pedrozo, Jude

0.79

Penn, Valen

0.845

Peterson, Thomas

0.8

Pfeiffer, Cayson

0.785

Pibal, Grayson

0.925

Pickering, Bailey

0.78

Pipes, Nelson

0.835

Pitsenberger, Zachary

0.88

Plieth, Jackson

0.965

Pugh, Gabriel

0.645

Purcell, Ryan

0.88

Raarup, Axel

0.705

Rager, Logan

0.985

Raines, John

0.73

Rammes, Carter

0.855

Rea, Brian

0.965

Reid, Grant

0.76

Reiter, Ross

0.675

Revell, JB

0.975

Rheinbolt, Tanner

0.905

Rhodes, Matthew

0.745

Riddle, Campbell

0.68

Riggs, Dalton

0.84

Rizzo, Luke

0.825

Roberson, Seth

0.725

Roberts, John Luke

0.78

Robertson, Corbin

0.785

Rosette, Aidan

0.885

Rossback, Nolan

0.85

Sage, Maxwell

0.8

Salazar, Kaden

0.89

Salom, Davis

0.835

Samarzich, Simon

0.745

Sather, Neo

0.81

Scheffler, Zachary

0.885

Seybold, Michael

1.1

Shaw, Tyler

0.82

Shimko, Joseph

0.7

Sicaeros, Troy

0.875

Sleeper, JT

0.875

Sleeper, Landon

0.83

Sokach-Minnick, Stephen

0.785

Somerman, Mason

0.925

Springer, Collin

0.8

Sten, Camden

1.115

Stoia, Nick

0.785

Sullivan, Tommy

0.875

Szczesniak, Patrick

0.765

Taggart, Luke

0.9

Thompson, Chase

0.845

Thompson, Kevin

0.74

Tokar, Nathan

0.935

Tokos, Matthew

0.775

Tokos, Michael

0.845

Vega, JC

0.705

Villarreal, Tony

0.89

Vinson, Michael

0.69

Voichahoske, Casey

0.805

Wagner, William

0.79

Walker, Nick

0.87

Wallace, Zachary

0.805

Walsh, George

0.83

Warden, Ben

0.925

Washburn, Jonathan

0.82

Wells, Andrew

0.845

Weneta, Nathan

0.715

White, Cody

0.77

White, Morgan

0.765

Widenhouse, Matthew

0.955

Wiesbrook, Samuel

0.81

Williams, Tyson

0.875

Wilson, Braedy

0.86

Wiltcher, Dylan

0.83

Wiysel, Joseph

0.965

Wood, Camren

0.785

Worthen, Jackson

0.815

Wright, Michael

Zenger, Jake

0.845

Zuhr, Jacob

0.71


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Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

In just 12 years, Chris Rubio, President and Owner of Rubio Long Snapping, has become the #1 Long Snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a Long Snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on “Rubio’s” word day in and day out on who the best Long Snappers are in the country. Rubio Long Snapping has assisted in over 300 Long Snappers earning FULL SCHOLARSHIPS to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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40 Times from VEGAS XXXI

Each Long Snapper was timed two times at VEGAS XXXI. JC VEGA had the fastest overall time with a 4.62!

Here are the results….

SORTED ALPHABETICALLY

NAME

AVG 40 YD DASH

Aguilar, Ryan

  5.34

Albright, Will

  4.97

Allen, Cody

  5.16

Aloma, John

  5.38

Anthony, Enzo

  5.85

Arroyo, Ross

  6.05

Babcock, Justin

  4.94

Barcelos, Nick

  5.36

Barlow, Griff

  5.94

Bastuga, Michael

  6.77

Battles, Karsten

  5.11

Beattie, Brendan

  5.12

Becerra, Noe

  5.45

Bedell, Derek

  5.61

Benjamin, Aidan

  5.31

Bergeron, John

  5.97

Boan, David

  5.64

Bolz, Caden

  5.28

Bourque, Phillip

  6.03

Bowden, Peter

  5.28

Bowles, Michael

  6.21

Bozanich, Ryan

  5.26

Bradshaw, Andrew

  5.39

Brannock, Aaron

  5.41

Brisson, Tommy

  5.66

Burtch, Joshua

  5.37

Carmer, Mitch

  6.40

Casasante, Jac

  4.98

Casillas, Mark

  5.82

Cervantes, Gabe

  5.26

Chandler, Brayden

  5.50

Chism, Eli

  5.62

Click, Justin

  5.56

Cobb, Will

  5.09

Coe, Michael

  5.89

Correia, Sean

  5.92

Davis, Evan

  5.82

DeRosier, Charles

  5.78

Divirgilio, Nicholas

  5.40

Dixon, Danny

  5.71

Doughty, Sam

  5.56

Duffey, Brett

  5.63

Durr, James

  5.39

Edwards, Zachary

  4.72

Eimer, Bryce

  5.58

Eldridge, Jake

  6.35

Farris, John

  5.86

Felt, Bryce

  5.38

Fichter, Corey

  5.33

Fiene, Robert

  5.27

Finkle, Graham

  5.26

Foggia, Jake

  6.25

Frazier, Cooper

  5.37

Fuchs, Mark

  5.66

Gaines, Ron

  6.52

Gambs, Charles

  5.77

Gannon, Matthew

  5.14

Garcia, Jacob

  5.69

Garcia, Joshua

  5.30

Gately, Gavin

  5.63

George, Brad

  5.24

Gibson, Evan

  5.36

Gonneville, Andrew

  5.22

Gorman, Andrew

  5.45

Gottsegen, Eliot

  5.55

Gough, Ethan

  6.16

Gragg, Jake

  5.35

Greep, JT

  5.71

Guillemette, Adam

  4.94

Hahn, Derek

  5.50

Hall, Aidan

  5.86

Hall, Nathan

  5.64

Hall, Owen

  5.22

Hansen, Travis

  5.79

Harrison, Jack

  4.82

Hawkins, Kameron

  5.58

Hedberg, Nathan

  5.00

Heller, Mitch

  5.32

Heyes, Triston

  5.81

Hirsch, Josiah

  5.77

Hood, Hayden

  5.53

Hooker, Blake

  5.47

Hooper, Devon

  5.41

Hosford, Luke

  5.40

Howell, Noah

  5.28

Huberty, Dylan

  6.53

Hudak, Ethan

  4.99

Hughes, Scout

  5.48

Hurst, Brandon

  5.23

Imrem, Kuper

  5.50

Iwamoto, Garrett

  4.98

Johnstone, Christian

  5.48

Katri, Ryan

  6.17

Kaye, Griffin

  5.41

Kelly, Christo

  5.25

Kelly, Joseph

  5.10

Kent, Chris

  6.60

Key, Jarret

  5.38

King, Ethan

  5.83

Knight, Carson

  5.38

Kochav, Shai

  6.53

Landes, Cameron

  5.30

Landherr, Jack

  5.32

Lane, Ethan

  5.49

Lau, Dean

  4.75

Laurin, Jack

  5.10

Laux, AJ

  5.65

Ledford, Ryan

  5.85

Lindsay, JJ

  5.30

Lippincott, Cade

  5.40

Little, Drew

  5.51

MacQuarrie, Cullen

  5.46

Malone, Luke

  5.65

Manly, John

  5.47

Martin, Tyler

  6.14

McCabe, Joe

  5.35

McCauley, Declan

  5.61

McCormack, Nathan

  6.84

McCracken, Zane

  5.50

McFarland, Jackson

  5.47

McKinney, Levi

  5.22

McLaughlin, Douglas

  5.72

Millea, Bobby

  5.03

Miller, Joe

  6.18

Milliron, Brennen

  4.97

Mitchell, Will

  5.53

Mora, John

  6.52

Morgan, Peter

  5.70

Morton, John

  5.98

Mosier, Austin

  5.23

Munoz, Michael

  5.50

Nadelsticher, Alan

  5.30

Napper, Mason

  5.29

Nelson, Brian

  4.77

Nieland, Max

  5.44

Oldham, Brandon

  5.53

Olszewski, Cody

  5.62

Orona, Michael

  6.11

Orozco, Leroy

  5.50

Otwell, CJ

  5.26

Parsons, William

  5.13

Payne, Luke

  5.46

Pedrozo, Jude

  5.45

Penn, Valen

  5.35

Peterson, Thomas

  5.94

Pfeiffer, Cayson

  5.25

Pibal, Grayson

  4.75

Pickering, Bailey

  5.33

Pipes, Nelson

  5.37

Pitsenberger, Zachary

  5.36

Plieth, Jackson

  6.21

Pugh, Gabriel

  5.45

Purcell, Ryan

  5.69

Raarup, Axel

  5.00

Rager, Logan

  5.13

Raines, John

  5.21

Rammes, Carter

  5.58

Rea, Brian

  5.90

Reid, Grant

  5.43

Revell, JB

  5.47

Rheinbolt, Tanner

  5.60

Rhodes, Matthew

  5.69

Riddle, Campbell

  5.16

Riggs, Dalton

  5.20

Rizzo, Luke

  5.40

Roberson, Seth

  5.35

Roberts, John Luke

  5.01

Robertson, Corbin

  5.85

Rosette, Aidan

  5.45

Sage, Maxwell

  5.36

Salazar, Kaden

  5.15

Salom, Davis

  5.59

Samarzich, Simon

  5.08

Sather, Neo

  5.09

Scheffler, Zachary

  6.62

Seybold, Michael

  6.10

Shaw, Tyler

  5.33

Shimko, Joseph

  4.72

Sicaeros, Troy

  5.48

Sleeper, JT

  6.07

Sleeper, Landon

  5.38

Sokach-Minnick, Stephen

  5.22

Somerman, Mason

  5.08

Springer, Collin

  5.31

Sten, Camden

  5.07

Stoia, Nick

  5.41

Sullivan, Tommy

  5.67

Szczesniak, Patrick

  5.08

Taggart, Luke

  5.10

Thompson, Chase

  5.00

Thompson, Kevin

  5.12

Tokar, Nathan

  6.10

Tokos, Matthew

  5.29

Tokos, Michael

  5.31

Vega, JC

  4.62

Villarreal, Tony

  6.00

Vinson, Michael

  5.18

Voichahoske, Casey

  5.41

Wagner, William

  5.29

Walker, Nick

  5.42

Wallace, Zachary

  5.60

Walsh, George

  5.85

Warden, Ben

  5.18

Washburn, Jonathan

  5.34

Wells, Andrew

  4.93

Weneta, Nathan

  4.77

White, Cody

  5.30

White, Morgan

  5.23

Widenhouse, Matthew

  5.04

Wiesbrook, Samuel

  5.35

Williams, Tyson

  5.16

Wilson, Braedy

  4.96

Wiltcher, Dylan

  5.38

Wiysel, Joseph

  5.03

Wood, Camren

  5.46

Worthen, Jackson

  5.61

Zenger, Jake

  5.20

Zuhr, Jacob

  5.60

___________________________________________________________________

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

In just 12 years, Chris Rubio, President and Owner of Rubio Long Snapping, has become the #1 Long Snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a Long Snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on “Rubio’s” word day in and day out on who the best Long Snappers are in the country. Rubio Long Snapping has assisted in over 300 Long Snappers earning FULL SCHOLARSHIPS to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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RSI Scores from VEGAS XXXI

Every Long Snapper in attendance at VEGAS XXXI was given a full test on the Rubio Target. When the test was complete, their final RSI score was tallied up and the top 12 RSI scores made it to the finals. The overall winner of the camp was Zach Edwards and you can see the full finals video below…

Here are the scores by RSI Score (alpha is below this)….

Name

FINAL RSI

Year

State

Reiter, Ross

  62.12

18

AZ

Aloma, John

  58.46

16

CA

Zuhr, Jacob

  57.97

20

FL

Hawkins, Kameron

  57.75

20

CA

Edwards, Zachary

  54.69

18

TX

Springer, Collin

  54.17

18

SC

Casasante, Jac

  53.03

18

CA

Key, Jarret

  52.63

18

TN

Anthony, Enzo

  51.43

19

FL

Howell, Noah

  51.43

18

CA

Shimko, Joseph

  48.53

19

NJ

Samarzich, Simon

  47.06

19

CA

Hosford, Luke

  45.21

19

OH

Little, Drew

  45.07

19

NC

Pugh, Gabriel

  44.12

19

AL

Worthen, Jackson

  43.84

20

KY

Cervantes, Gabe

  43.66

18

CA

Oldham, Brandon

  43.66

19

TX

Battles, Karsten

  43.66

18

TX

DeRosier, Charles

  42.67

18

CA

Chandler, Brayden

  42.35

19

TX

Bowden, Peter

  42.25

19

CA

Wood, Camren

  42.25

18

AL

McLaughlin, Douglas

  42.11

19

NC

Hood, Hayden

  41.77

19

TX

Pedrozo, Jude

  41.56

19

OH

Gibson, Evan

  41.33

18

LA

Voichahoske, Casey

  41.25

19

SD

Cobb, Will

  40.54

20

NC

Johnstone, Christian

  40.28

19

GA

Pfeiffer, Cayson

  40.28

19

OH

Nieland, Max

  40.19

18

CA

Milliron, Brennen

  40.00

18

AL

Bedell, Derek

  39.19

19

CA

Wagner, William

  39.13

19

GA

George, Brad

  38.57

19

IL

Vinson, Michael

  38.16

18

IL

Farris, John

  37.97

19

TX

Beattie, Brendan

  37.84

19

OH

Rizzo, Luke

  37.68

19

TX

Albright, Will

  36.99

20

TN

Bolz, Caden

  36.49

19

KS

MacQuarrie, Cullen

  36.36

19

NC

Kaye, Griffin

  36.23

19

FL

Riddle, Campbell

  35.71

18

AZ

Wells, Andrew

  35.53

20

CA

Shaw, Tyler

  35.21

19

WI

Foggia, Jake

  35.06

20

NJ

Gambs, Charles

  34.72

19

IL

Sage, Maxwell

  34.72

18

WI

Aguilar, Ryan

  34.25

19

CA

Raarup, Axel

  34.21

18

MN

Boan, David

  34.18

20

IL

Robertson, Corbin

  33.78

18

NC

Eimer, Bryce

  33.33

20

NJ

Mosier, Austin

  33.33

19

NJ

Malone, Luke

  32.91

20

CO

Walsh, George

  32.10

19

IL

Vega, JC

  31.82

19

GA

Hansen, Travis

  31.65

19

CA

Weneta, Nathan

  31.43

19

CA

McCauley, Declan

  31.17

20

NJ

Rossback, Nolan

  30.86

19

MI

Durr, James

  30.56

19

WA

Olszewski, Cody

  30.56

19

GA

Szczesniak, Patrick

  30.56

19

IL

Payne, Luke

  30.00

19

GA

Gately, Gavin

  29.87

19

OR

Laux, AJ

  29.73

20

AZ

Napper, Mason

  29.73

19

GA

Hurst, Brandon

  29.63

19

VA

Brannock, Aaron

  29.27

21

NC

Morton, John

  27.91

19

VA

Nelson, Brian

  27.63

18

IL

Dyer, Kellen

  27.50

18

ID

Hall, Owen

  27.40

19

IN

Raines, John

  27.40

18

MS

Wallace, Zachary

  27.27

19

CA

Felt, Bryce

  27.16

20

CA

Tokos, Michael

  27.03

20

NV

Wiltcher, Dylan

  26.92

20

TX

Hedberg, Nathan

  26.83

19

CA

Hudak, Ethan

  26.76

19

AZ

Chism, Eli

  26.58

20

TX

Garcia, Jacob

  26.03

20

CA

Hooker, Blake

  25.68

20

TX

Fiene, Robert

  25.33

18

CA

Bergeron, John

  25.29

20

LA

Kelly, Christo

  25.00

20

IL

Burtch, Joshua

  24.68

19

TX

Pipes, Nelson

  24.36

20

MO

Laurin, Jack

  24.36

20

BC

Davis, Evan

  24.32

19

NJ

Rammes, Carter

  24.10

19

OH

Rosette, Aidan

  24.05

19

CA

Zenger, Jake

  24.00

19

KS

Guillemette, Adam

  23.61

19

CT

Hahn, Derek

  23.08

18

NE

McKinney, Levi

  23.08

18

IN

Gonneville, Andrew

  22.97

19

CA

Knight, Carson

  22.97

19

GA

Frazier, Cooper

  22.78

20

MS

Gough, Ethan

  22.73

21

MD

White, Morgan

  22.67

18

NV

Rheinbolt, Tanner

  22.22

20

CO

Rhodes, Matthew

  22.08

19

CA

Benjamin, Aidan

  21.98

21

FL

Lindsay, JJ

  21.84

19

CA

Bradshaw, Andrew

  21.79

19

NC

Carmer, Mitch

  21.62

20

CA

Wiesbrook, Samuel

  21.52

19

IL

Babcock, Justin

  21.43

18

OR

Bastuga, Michael

  21.35

20

IL

Peterson, Thomas

  21.33

19

WI

Fuchs, Mark

  21.25

19

FL

Stoia, Nick

  20.78

19

OK

Casillas, Mark

  20.73

17

CA

Otwell, CJ

  20.69

19

DE

Sokach-Minnick, Stephen

  20.51

19

PA

Landes, Cameron

  20.48

20

WA

Somerman, Mason

  20.48

18

CA

Echols, Xander

  19.75

21

AL

Bourque, Phillip

  19.75

20

LA

Tokar, Nathan

  19.75

19

IL

Sleeper, Landon

  19.48

19

TX

Villarreal, Tony

  19.23

20

CA

Roberts, John Luke

  19.23

20

TX

Harrison, Jack

  18.82

19

MS

Thompson, Kevin

  18.75

19

SC

Landherr, Jack

  18.67

19

CA

Gaines, Ron

  18.52

18

IL

Gannon, Matthew

  18.52

18

NJ

McCormack, Nathan

  18.39

19

TX

Munoz, Michael

  18.29

20

CA

Revell, JB

  17.98

21

CA

Iwamoto, Garrett

  17.95

16

CA

Hooper, Devon

  17.86

21

UT

Hall, Nathan

  17.72

20

CA

Riggs, Dalton

  17.72

19

ID

Widenhouse, Matthew

  17.57

19

MD

Rager, Logan

  17.39

22

NJ

Sicaeros, Troy

  17.28

20

CA

Lau, Dean

  17.28

19

CA

Sleeper, JT

  16.87

21

TX

Wilson, Braedy

  16.67

19

OK

Hall, Aidan

  16.47

19

IL

Imrem, Kuper

  16.42

19

IL

Orozco, Leroy

  16.30

21

CA

Salazar, Kaden

  16.28

19

CO

Plieth, Jackson

  15.56

22

WA

Roberson, Seth

  15.48

19

FL

Thompson, Chase

  15.48

19

TX

White, Cody

  15.38

20

CA

Pickering, Bailey

  15.38

15

NE

Sather, Neo

  15.19

19

CO

Gragg, Jake

  15.12

20

GA

Pibal, Grayson

  14.81

20

OR

Warden, Ben

  14.63

19

OH

Gottsegen, Eliot

  14.61

21

TX

Walker, Nick

  14.47

21

IL

Tokos, Matthew

  13.92

18

NV

Fichter, Corey

  13.42

19

ND

Mitchell, Will

  13.33

20

NC

Kent, Chris

  12.50

21

CA

Washburn, Jonathan

  12.50

21

GA

Eldridge, Jake

  12.24

23

TX

Barcelos, Nick

  12.22

20

CA

Garcia, Joshua

  12.20

18

CA

McCracken, Zane

  12.05

20

GA

Heyes, Triston

  12.03

21

CA

Bozanich, Ryan

  11.76

21

CA

Bowles, Michael

  11.76

20

GA

Gorman, Andrew

  11.63

20

IL

Becerra, Noe

  11.63

18

AZ

Rea, Brian

  10.53

19

CA

Salom, Davis

  10.39

20

CA

Kochav, Shai

  10.31

21

FL

Brisson, Tommy

  10.20

20

NV

Hirsch, Josiah

  10.00

19

OR

Coe, Michael

  9.78

19

NY

King, Ethan

  9.76

20

AZ

Correia, Sean

  9.57

19

GA

Scheffler, Zachary

  9.52

20

IL

Barlow, Griff

  9.41

20

NC

Finkle, Graham

  9.41

19

GA

Click, Justin

  9.38

21

TX

Dixon, Danny

  9.33

19

CA

Wiysel, Joseph

  9.09

19

AZ

Katri, Ryan

  9.00

21

TX

Greep, JT

  8.89

21

CA

Nadelsticher, Alan

  8.89

19

FL

Williams, Tyson

  8.33

18

AR

Doughty, Sam

  8.14

20

MA

Divirgilio, Nicholas

  7.95

19

TX

Parsons, William

  7.78

19

TX

McFarland, Jackson

  7.61

20

LA

Seybold, Michael

  7.45

21

IN

Taggart, Luke

  6.98

19

TX

Lippincott, Cade

  6.90

20

TX

Miller, Joe

  6.67

21

GA

Kelly, Joseph

  6.33

19

AZ

Allen, Cody

  6.32

21

NV

Martin, Tyler

  6.25

19

AL

Sullivan, Tommy

  6.10

20

WA

McCabe, Joe

  5.75

20

PA

Pitsenberger, Zachary

  5.62

20

IL

Hughes, Scout

  5.10

19

NC

Arroyo, Ross

  4.82

19

TX

Orona, Michael

  4.35

22

CA

Sten, Camden

  4.30

21

CA

Penn, Valen

  4.26

20

TX

Millea, Bobby

  4.26

19

CA

Ledford, Ryan

  4.08

21

GA

Huberty, Dylan

  3.15

22

TX

Mora, John

  2.88

22

CA

Hayes, Dillon

  2.87

18

MS

Lane, Ethan

  2.33

20

TX

Duffey, Brett

  1.98

18

NC

Purcell, Ryan

  1.18

20

NC

Manly, John

  1.00

20

CA

Reid, Grant

  0.44

20

TN

Morgan, Peter

     

21

CA

by Alpha…

Aguilar, Ryan

  34.25

19

CA

Albright, Will

  36.99

20

TN

Allen, Cody

  6.32

21

NV

Aloma, John

  58.46

16

CA

Anthony, Enzo

  51.43

19

FL

Arroyo, Ross

  4.82

19

TX

Babcock, Justin

  21.43

18

OR

Barcelos, Nick

  12.22

20

CA

Barlow, Griff

  9.41

20

NC

Bastuga, Michael

  21.35

20

IL

Battles, Karsten

  43.66

18

TX

Beattie, Brendan

  37.84

19

OH

Becerra, Noe

  11.63

18

AZ

Bedell, Derek

  39.19

19

CA

Benjamin, Aidan

  21.98

21

FL

Bergeron, John

  25.29

20

LA

Boan, David

  34.18

20

IL

Bolz, Caden

  36.49

19

KS

Bourque, Phillip

  19.75

20

LA

Bowden, Peter

  42.25

19

CA

Bowles, Michael

  11.76

20

GA

Bozanich, Ryan

  11.76

21

CA

Bradshaw, Andrew

  21.79

19

NC

Brannock, Aaron

  29.27

21

NC

Brisson, Tommy

  10.20

20

NV

Burtch, Joshua

  24.68

19

TX

Carmer, Mitch

  21.62

20

CA

Casasante, Jac

  53.03

18

CA

Casillas, Mark

  20.73

17

CA

Cervantes, Gabe

  43.66

18

CA

Chandler, Brayden

  42.35

19

TX

Chism, Eli

  26.58

20

TX

Click, Justin

  9.38

21

TX

Cobb, Will

  40.54

20

NC

Coe, Michael

  9.78

19

NY

Correia, Sean

  9.57

19

GA

Davis, Evan

  24.32

19

NJ

DeRosier, Charles

  42.67

18

CA

Divirgilio, Nicholas

  7.95

19

TX

Dixon, Danny

  9.33

19

CA

Doughty, Sam

  8.14

20

MA

Duffey, Brett

  1.98

18

NC

Durr, James

  30.56

19

WA

Dyer, Kellen

  27.50

18

ID

Echols, Xander

  19.75

21

AL

Edwards, Zachary

  54.69

18

TX

Eimer, Bryce

  33.33

20

NJ

Eldridge, Jake

  12.24

23

TX

Farris, John

  37.97

19

TX

Felt, Bryce

  27.16

20

CA

Fichter, Corey

  13.42

19

ND

Fiene, Robert

  25.33

18

CA

Finkle, Graham

  9.41

19

GA

Foggia, Jake

  35.06

20

NJ

Frazier, Cooper

  22.78

20

MS

Fuchs, Mark

  21.25

19

FL

Gaines, Ron

  18.52

18

IL

Gambs, Charles

  34.72

19

IL

Gannon, Matthew

  18.52

18

NJ

Garcia, Jacob

  26.03

20

CA

Garcia, Joshua

  12.20

18

CA

Gately, Gavin

  29.87

19

OR

George, Brad

  38.57

19

IL

Gibson, Evan

  41.33

18

LA

Gonneville, Andrew

  22.97

19

CA

Gorman, Andrew

  11.63

20

IL

Gottsegen, Eliot

  14.61

21

TX

Gough, Ethan

  22.73

21

MD

Gragg, Jake

  15.12

20

GA

Greep, JT

  8.89

21

CA

Guillemette, Adam

  23.61

19

CT

Hahn, Derek

  23.08

18

NE

Hall, Aidan

  16.47

19

IL

Hall, Nathan

  17.72

20

CA

Hall, Owen

  27.40

19

IN

Hansen, Travis

  31.65

19

CA

Harrison, Jack

  18.82

19

MS

Hawkins, Kameron

  57.75

20

CA

Hayes, Dillon

  2.87

18

MS

Hedberg, Nathan

  26.83

19

CA

Heyes, Triston

  12.03

21

CA

Hirsch, Josiah

  10.00

19

OR

Hood, Hayden

  41.77

19

TX

Hooker, Blake

  25.68

20

TX

Hooper, Devon

  17.86

21

UT

Hosford, Luke

  45.21

19

OH

Howell, Noah

  51.43

18

CA

Huberty, Dylan

  3.15

22

TX

Hudak, Ethan

  26.76

19

AZ

Hughes, Scout

  5.10

19

NC

Hurst, Brandon

  29.63

19

VA

Imrem, Kuper

  16.42

19

IL

Iwamoto, Garrett

  17.95

16

CA

Johnstone, Christian

  40.28

19

GA

Katri, Ryan

  9.00

21

TX

Kaye, Griffin

  36.23

19

FL

Kelly, Christo

  25.00

20

IL

Kelly, Joseph

  6.33

19

AZ

Kent, Chris

  12.50

21

CA

Key, Jarret

  52.63

18

TN

King, Ethan

  9.76

20

AZ

Knight, Carson

  22.97

19

GA

Kochav, Shai

  10.31

21

FL

Landes, Cameron

  20.48

20

WA

Landherr, Jack

  18.67

19

CA

Lane, Ethan

  2.33

20

TX

Lau, Dean

  17.28

19

CA

Laurin, Jack

  24.36

20

BC

Laux, AJ

  29.73

20

AZ

Ledford, Ryan

  4.08

21

GA

Lindsay, JJ

  21.84

19

CA

Lippincott, Cade

  6.90

20

TX

Little, Drew

  45.07

19

NC

MacQuarrie, Cullen

  36.36

19

NC

Malone, Luke

  32.91

20

CO

Manly, John

  1.00

20

CA

Martin, Tyler

  6.25

19

AL

McCabe, Joe

  5.75

20

PA

McCauley, Declan

  31.17

20

NJ

McCormack, Nathan

  18.39

19

TX

McCracken, Zane

  12.05

20

GA

McFarland, Jackson

  7.61

20

LA

McKinney, Levi

  23.08

18

IN

McLaughlin, Douglas

  42.11

19

NC

Millea, Bobby

  4.26

19

CA

Miller, Joe

  6.67

21

GA

Milliron, Brennen

  40.00

18

AL

Mitchell, Will

  13.33

20

NC

Mora, John

  2.88

22

CA

Morgan, Peter

     

21

CA

Morton, John

  27.91

19

VA

Mosier, Austin

  33.33

19

NJ

Munoz, Michael

  18.29

20

CA

Nadelsticher, Alan

  8.89

19

FL

Napper, Mason

  29.73

19

GA

Nelson, Brian

  27.63

18

IL

Nieland, Max

  40.19

18

CA

Oldham, Brandon

  43.66

19

TX

Olszewski, Cody

  30.56

19

GA

Orona, Michael

  4.35

22

CA

Orozco, Leroy

  16.30

21

CA

Otwell, CJ

  20.69

19

DE

Parsons, William

  7.78

19

TX

Payne, Luke

  30.00

19

GA

Pedrozo, Jude

  41.56

19

OH

Penn, Valen

  4.26

20

TX

Peterson, Thomas

  21.33

19

WI

Pfeiffer, Cayson

  40.28

19

OH

Pibal, Grayson

  14.81

20

OR

Pickering, Bailey

  15.38

15

NE

Pipes, Nelson

  24.36

20

MO

Pitsenberger, Zachary

  5.62

20

IL

Plieth, Jackson

  15.56

22

WA

Pugh, Gabriel

  44.12

19

AL

Purcell, Ryan

  1.18

20

NC

Raarup, Axel

  34.21

18

MN

Rager, Logan

  17.39

22

NJ

Raines, John

  27.40

18

MS

Rammes, Carter

  24.10

19

OH

Rea, Brian

  10.53

19

CA

Reid, Grant

  0.44

20

TN

Reiter, Ross

  62.12

18

AZ

Revell, JB

  17.98

21

CA

Rheinbolt, Tanner

  22.22

20

CO

Rhodes, Matthew

  22.08

19

CA

Riddle, Campbell

  35.71

18

AZ

Riggs, Dalton

  17.72

19

ID

Rizzo, Luke

  37.68

19

TX

Roberson, Seth

  15.48

19

FL

Roberts, John Luke

  19.23

20

TX

Robertson, Corbin

  33.78

18

NC

Rosette, Aidan

  24.05

19

CA

Rossback, Nolan

  30.86

19

MI

Sage, Maxwell

  34.72

18

WI

Salazar, Kaden

  16.28

19

CO

Salom, Davis

  10.39

20

CA

Samarzich, Simon

  47.06

19

CA

Sather, Neo

  15.19

19

CO

Scheffler, Zachary

  9.52

20

IL

Seybold, Michael

  7.45

21

IN

Shaw, Tyler

  35.21

19

WI

Shimko, Joseph

  48.53

19

NJ

Sicaeros, Troy

  17.28

20

CA

Sleeper, JT

  16.87

21

TX

Sleeper, Landon

  19.48

19

TX

Sokach-Minnick, Stephen

  20.51

19

PA

Somerman, Mason

  20.48

18

CA

Springer, Collin

  54.17

18

SC

Sten, Camden

  4.30

21

CA

Stoia, Nick

  20.78

19

OK

Sullivan, Tommy

  6.10

20

WA

Szczesniak, Patrick

  30.56

19

IL

Taggart, Luke

  6.98

19

TX

Thompson, Chase

  15.48

19

TX

Thompson, Kevin

  18.75

19

SC

Tokar, Nathan

  19.75

19

IL

Tokos, Matthew

  13.92

18

NV

Tokos, Michael

  27.03

20

NV

Vega, JC

  31.82

19

GA

Villarreal, Tony

  19.23

20

CA

Vinson, Michael

  38.16

18

IL

Voichahoske, Casey

  41.25

19

SD

Wagner, William

  39.13

19

GA

Walker, Nick

  14.47

21

IL

Wallace, Zachary

  27.27

19

CA

Walsh, George

  32.10

19

IL

Warden, Ben

  14.63

19

OH

Washburn, Jonathan

  12.50

21

GA

Wells, Andrew

  35.53

20

CA

Weneta, Nathan

  31.43

19

CA

White, Cody

  15.38

20

CA

White, Morgan

  22.67

18

NV

Widenhouse, Matthew

  17.57

19

MD

Wiesbrook, Samuel

  21.52

19

IL

Williams, Tyson

  8.33

18

AR

Wilson, Braedy

  16.67

19

OK

Wiltcher, Dylan

  26.92

20

TX

Wiysel, Joseph

  9.09

19

AZ

Wood, Camren

  42.25

18

AL

Worthen, Jackson

  43.84

20

KY

Zenger, Jake

  24.00

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KS

Zuhr, Jacob

  57.97

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FL

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Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

In just 12 years, Chris Rubio, President and Owner of Rubio Long Snapping, has become the #1 Long Snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a Long Snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on “Rubio’s” word day in and day out on who the best Long Snappers are in the country. Rubio Long Snapping has assisted in over 300 Long Snappers earning FULL SCHOLARSHIPS to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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National High School Football Award Winners!

Congratulations to Oscar Shadley on being voted the top high school Long Snapper in the country by the Chris Rubio Award Selection committee!

Other awards handed out were….

1st Team All-American – Oscar Shadley
2nd Team All-American – Ross Reiter
3rd Team All-American – Karsten Battles

Best Representative of Rubio Long Snapping – Simon Samarzich

Best on Social Media – Xander Echols

Most Improved –

2018 – Noah Howell
2019 – Nathan Tokar
2020 – Jake Foggia
2021 – JT Sleeper

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Chris Rubio can help you to become the best snapper you can be! In just 12 years, Chris Rubio has become the #1 snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on Chris Rubio’s word day in and day out on who the best snappers are in the country. Chris Rubio has assisted in almost 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-ons to major Universities just for snapping.
Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

It’s simple, if you want to get yourself better, noticed and into the next level: go through Rubio Long Snapping

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2017 Finalists for The Chris Rubio Award

Here are the Finalists for The Chris Rubio Award!

CONGRATULATIONS to these three fine young men! They deserve it.

Now is when it will really get intense. Each finalist is now required to provide the following.

  • No more than a 90 second updated highlight tape that shows great snap, incredible athleticism and possibly the Long Snapper speaking or even a coach/reporter speaking on the Long Snapper as well.  (on YouTube with the title of NAME, CHRIS RUBIO AWARD, 2017)
  • Three letters of recommendation (scanned and emailed to Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com) from a current coach, a current teacher and a reporter that covers their area explaining why the Long Snapper deserves to win this prestigious award (that is THREE total letters).

All information must be sent to Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com by noon pst on Friday, December 29th.

How Does the Voting Take Place?
A panel of voters assembled by the Chris Rubio selection committee will be voting. The panel will include: Chris Rubio, past and current NFL Long Snappers, past and current NCAA Long Snappers, past winners of the Chris Rubio Award (once they graduate from college), and Sports writers and columnists.

When?
August: A Watch List of 15 Long Snappers will be announced each year before the high school football season begins. The players on the Watch List were selected based on statistics from the previous season and upcoming season expectations. The eventual winner does NOT have to be on the Watch List to win the awards.

Mid December: Ten Semi-Finalists will be announced.

Late December: The Three Finalists are announced. The overall winner will be determined by total votes. 3 points (1st Place Vote), 2 points (2nd Place Vote), 1 Point (3rd Place Vote). In the case of a tie, Chris Rubio will break the tie with his vote.

January : The winner will be announced in Las Vegas on Friday, January 12, 2018 at the JW Marriott. The winner will be determined by total votes. 3 points (1st Place Vote), 2 points (2nd Place Vote), 1 Point (3rd Place Vote). This year, we are adding in a popular vote on a Twitter poll. The Long Snappers who wins the poll, will earn an additional first place vote!

In the case of a tie, Chris Rubio will break the tie with his vote.

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Chris RubioRubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

In just 12 years, Chris Rubio, President and Owner of Rubio Long Snapping, has become the #1 Long Snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a Long Snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on “Rubio’s” word day in and day out on who the best Long Snappers are in the country. Rubio Long Snapping has assisted in over 300 Long Snappers earning FULL SCHOLARSHIPS to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Recap of the OH Fall Camp

Great group of instructors in Ohio!

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to OH on December 17th, 2017 for their fall camp. Rubio Long Snapping has traveled the country this fall instructing Long Snappers and getting them all ready for their season and beyond. Following OH, Rubio Long Snapping will head to the Super Bowl for Long Snappers, VEGAS XXXI on January 12-14, 2018.

Long Snappers from IL, IA, NY, NJ, OH, NE, DE, SD, IN, MI, VA, WI, GA, TX, MS & PA all traveled to his camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping.

Here are the RSI Scores from the OH Camp…

Champion Joe Shimko

 

The overall winner of the camp was Joseph Shimko (NJ, ‘19). Shimko is one of the rare Long Snappers in he world that actually gets better over the day. When others are getting tired, Shimko gets more polished. He was actually the overall speed champion with a snap of a .65 and he also won the NJ summer and fall camps! To say Shimko is on a roll is a gross understatement. TONS of athleticism and his ball rips back to the punter. Kid just keeps on improving and improving.

The finals in Brad George (50.00), John Morton (45.88), Roen McCullough (43.66), Aidan Hall (43.37), Michael Vinson (42.67) and Joe Shimko (39.44). You can see the full finals video below…

TOP 2018 & JC LONG SNAPPERS

Roen McCullough

Roen was very solid in OH and left no doubt he was the best 2018 Long Snapper in attendance. Body is strong and he rips the ball back to the punter. When Roen reaches all the way through, he is as good as anyone in the country.

Michael Vinson has good size, moves well on his feet and snaps a nice, consistent ball in the mid .7s all day long. Ball is quick and hits in The Rubio Zone over and over. Locking down his spiral is going to be huge for Vinson.

Evan Jennings is thick and powerful with great overall body snapping. Big fan of how Jennings was using all of his body in Ohio.

Levi McKinney is athletic and can snap a quick ball. Always improving and has a very good attitude.

Bailey Pickering is a JC Long Snapper that can hit in the high .7s and moved really well on his feet.

Notables: Corey Fichter, Freddy Barnes, Dylan Remington, Jase Whittner

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS

Joe Shimko

Joe Shimko was a machine in OH. Runs like the wind and snaps like a champion because that is what he is…..in NJ this summer, NJ this fall and OH in the fall. He is on fire and I don’t see him slowing down. The bigger and stronger he gets, the more dominate Shimko becomes.

JC Vega came up from GA and was one of the final three Long Snappers in the speed competition and doesn’t seem to be slowing down. His ball can hit in the low .6s! He is very athletic and could easily be a factor on any college punt team. Locking down his release point will be huge in increase his accuracy.

Samuel Wiesbrook is extremely long with a frame that could easily put on another fifty pounds over the next couple of years. Hovers from mid .6s to high .7s and locking down his consistent form will push him way over the edge. Samuel could easily be a TOP 12 member at VEGAS XXXI.

Donato Crisanti is another tall drink of water with massive upside. When he is on, Donato is very on and could be a TOP 12 member at VEGAS XXXI. Athletic and full of upside.

Jude Pedrozo is strong, has a good frame and is one of the most smooth Long Snappers in the country. Snapping with full power and strength is going to be huge for Jude.

John Morton made it to the finals once again and is proving time and time again that he is one of the most consistent Long Snappers in the country.

Brad George can snap a very quick ball with his solid form and tremendous attitude.

Sean Wracher is an athletic Long Snapper with great upside. Follows through well and has the ability to get the ball in the .7s when he really lets it go. Keep an eye on Wracher.

Thomas Peterson is big, smooth and extremely consistent. Hovered right at .75 throughout the whole day.

Brendan Beattie has a quick ball that jumps out of the gate well and is really accurate.

Aidan Hall is accurate, consistent and always improving.

Cayson Pfeiffer has a good frame and I like his attitude. Ball is powerful and his upside is solid.

Kuper Imrem was snapping with confidence and hitting in the mid to high .7s. Always improving.

Luke Hosford was impressive with his athleticism and consistency of speed. Locking down his spiral will be huge.

Notables: Nolan Rossback, Mike Wojciechowski, Collin Kinniry, Caiden Hahn

TOP 2020 LONG SNAPPERS

Jake Foggia

Jake Foggia was the most consistent sophomore Long Snapper at the OH camp with his very fluid and smooth snaps.

Cooper Frazier is a massive sophomore from MS that got better as the day went on. If he can get his body straight when he is snapping back to the punter, his accuracy will be off the charts. Cooper was very impressive and definitely someone to keep an eye on at VEGAS XXXI.

Samuel Merryman was ne of the most athletic Long Snappers in OH and is absolutely dripping with potential. Leaning back is going to be massive for him in the future.

Notables: Jesse Smith and Mick Bastuga

TOP 2021 and BEYOND LONG SNAPPERS

Zach Tylor

Zach Taylor came over from NJ and was easily the best freshman Long Snapper in attendance. He is accurate, has great form and can already snap sub .80 when he lets the ball fly.

Aaron Brannock had a great day in OH and was snapping a very consistent ball all day long. Great attitude and always improving.

Triston O’Brien is long, lean and has good upside. Locking down his hands on the ball pre-snap, will really increase his overall speed and accuracy.

Notables: Ben Cerrato, Jordan Newhouse

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Chris Rubio can help you to become the best snapper you can be! In just 12 years, Chris Rubio has become the #1 snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on Chris Rubio’s word day in and day out on who the best snappers are in the country. Chris Rubio has assisted in almost 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-ons to major Universities just for snapping.
Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

It’s simple, if you want to get yourself better, noticed and into the next level: go through Rubio Long Snapping

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2017 Semi-Finalists for The Chris Rubio Award!

Last year’s winner, Thomas Fletcher of Alabama!

Here is the Semi-Finalists List for The Chris Rubio Award!

Clay James
Drew Little
John Raines
Ross Reiter
James Rossenberry
Corbin Robertson
Oscar Shadley
Simon Samarzich
Quentin Skinner
Karsten Battles

These semi-finalists have less than one week to send in a one minute highlight video and one letter of recommendation from their head coach. Both must be submitted to Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com by Wednesday, December 20th at noon pst.

LONG SNAPPER QUALIFICATIONS

What is the Award?
The Award will be presented on an annual basis to the best national high school Long Snapper for that given season.

Who Is Eligible?
Every athlete that plays high school football at the varsity level, regardless of state division, or age. You DO NOT have to attend a Rubio Long Snapping camp to win this award.

How Do You Win?

You will have to be the starter for your high school varsity team.
You must not have more than one bad snap all season (snap that gets by the punter or the holder).
You must do both punt and p.a.t. snaps.
If you have to snap and block for your team, that is looked at in higher regard.
The amount of tackles is taken into consideration with the voting.
You must have started in 80% of the current year’s games for your varsity team.
A Long Snapper’s physical size is NOT taken into consideration in the voting.
Other positions played are NOT taken into consideration for voting.
You may be viewed by Chris Rubio in person, send in film, have a high school head coach’s recommendation, college special team’s coach recommendation or sports writer’s recommendation to be considered eligible.
A panel of voters assembled by the Chris Rubio selection committee will vote for the winner.

How Does the Voting Take Place?
A panel of voters assembled by the Chris Rubio selection committee will be voting. The panel will include: Chris Rubio, past and current NFL Long Snappers, past and current NCAA Long Snappers, past finalists for the Chris Rubio Award (once they graduate from college), and Sports writers and columnists.

When?
August: A Watch List of 15 Long Snappers will be announced each year before the high school football season begins. The players on the Watch List were selected based on statistics from the previous season and upcoming season expectations. The eventual winner does NOT have to be on the Watch List to win the awards.

Mid December: Ten Semi-Finalists will be announced.

Late December: The Three Finalists are announced. The Finalists will be determined by total votes. 3 points (1st Place Vote), 2 points (2nd Place Vote), 1 Point (3rd Place Vote). In the case of a tie, Chris Rubio will break the tie with his vote.

January : The winner will be announced in Las Vegas on Friday, January 12, 2018. The winner will be determined by total votes. 3 points (1st Place Vote), 2 points (2nd Place Vote), 1 Point (3rd Place Vote).

In the case of a tie, Chris Rubio will break the tie with his vote.

Guidelines:
Submit your season total stats (total snaps) each week to Chris Rubio by emailing them to Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com Please submit the following:
Total Number of Punts:
Total Number of P.A.T’s:
Total Number of tackles:
Misc (fumble recovery, etc):

Please note: You may create a highlight tape for the judges but it cannot exceed one minute in length. It must be emailed to Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com with a YouTube link.

*All statistics will have to be verified by your high school head coach before you can be announced as a Finalist.

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Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

In just 12 years, Chris Rubio, President and Owner of Rubio Long Snapping, has become the #1 Long Snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a Long Snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on “Rubio’s” word day in and day out on who the best Long Snappers are in the country. Rubio Long Snapping has assisted in over 300 Long Snappers earning FULL SCHOLARSHIPS to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Rubio Long Snappers in College Bowl Games

2017-2018 NCAA BOWL GAMES

All times posted are Eastern Time Zone.

Saturday, December 16

Celebration Bowl

Grambling vs. North Carolina A&T
Noon, ABC

TREVOR FLEMING of Grambling vs. JOHN DAVIS of North Carolina A&T

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
Troy vs. North Texas
1 p.m., ESPN

CAMERON KAYE of Troy vs. NATE DURHAM of North Texas

AutoNation Cure Bowl
Western Kentucky vs. Georgia State
2:30 p.m., CBSSN

BEN REEDER Western Kentucky vs. SETH PATRICK HOLMAN of Georgia State

Las Vegas Bowl
Boise State vs. Oregon
3:30 p.m., ABC

DAN CANTRELL of Boise State vs. TANNER CAREW of Oregon

GILDAN New Mexico Bowl
Marshall vs. Colorado State
4:30 p.m., ESPN

ZACH APPIO of Marshall vs. NATHAN LUCAS of Colorado State

Raycom Media Camellia Bowl
Middle Tennessee vs. Arkansas State
8 p.m., ESPN

RUSS HIETT of Middle Tennessee vs. TY MIMBS of Arkansas State

Tuesday, December 19th

Cheribundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton Bowl
Akron vs. Florida Atlantic
7 p.m., ESPN

PEYTON COFFIN & HAYDEN GROVER of Akron vs. Florida Atlantic

Wednesday, December 20th

DXL Frisco Bowl
Louisiana Tech vs. SMU
8 p.m., ESPN

REEVES BLANKENSHIP of Louisiana Tech vs. GARRETT STOTTS & NICHOLAS AVANTINO of SMU

Thursday, December 21st

Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl
Temple vs. Florida International
8 p.m., ESPN

Temple vs. TOMMY ZOZUS of Florida International

Friday, December 22nd

Bahamas Bowl
UAB vs. Ohio
12:30 p.m., ESPN

JACOB FUQUA & KYLE VARNELL of UAB vs. JAKE HALE of Ohio

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
Central Michigan vs. Wyoming
4 p.m., ESPN

KEEGAN MARKGRAF of Central Michigan vs. CALEB CANTRELL & KOLTON DONOVAN of Wyoming

Saturday, December  23rd

Birmingham Bowl
Texas Tech vs. South Florida
Noon, ESPN

Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl
San Diego State vs. Army
3:30 p.m., ESPN

CAMERON KING of San Diego State vs. PAUL LAWLESS, KYLE O’CONNOR & CELEB MCKEE of Army

Dollar General Bowl
Appalachian State vs. Toledo
7 p.m., ESPN

ELIAS MCMURRY of Appalachian State vs. Toledo

Sunday, December 24th

Hawai’i Bowl
Fresno State vs. Houston
8:30 p.m., ESPN

PATRICK WILLIAMS of Fresno State vs. ANTHONY CANTU & NICK WILDBERGER of Houston

Tuesday, December 26th

Zaxby’s Heart of Dallas Bowl
Utah vs. West Virginia
1:30 p.m., ESPN

NOAH RODRIGUEZ-TRAMMELL of Utah vs. West Virginia

Quick Lane Bowl
Duke vs. Northern Illinois
5:15 p.m., ESPN

BRONSON BRUNEAU & BEN WYATT of Duke vs. HAYDEN SAK of Northern Illinois

Cactus Bowl
Kansas State vs. UCLA
9 p.m., ESPN

Kansas State vs. JOHNNY DEN BLEAKER , ALX MICHAELSEN, KOBY WALSH of UCLA

Wednesday, December 27th

Walk-On’s Independence Bowl
Southern Miss vs. Florida State
1:30 p.m., ESPN

CODY BLOCK  and AUSTIN KEEL of Southern Miss vs. KEN BURNHAM of Florida State

New Era Pinstripe Bowl
Iowa vs. Boston College
5:15 p.m., ESPN

MARSHALL COLUZZI and AUSTIN SPIEWAK of Iowa vs. Boston College

Foster Farms Bowl
Arizona vs. Purdue
8:30 p.m., FOX

DONALD REITER of Arizona vs. BEN MAKOWSKI of Purdue

Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl
Texas vs. Missouri
9 p.m., ESPN

MICHAEL POUJOL & KALEB SMITH of Texas vs. DREW WISE, JAMES WORKMAN, HARLEY WHITEHOUSE of Missouri

Thursday, December 28th

Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman
Virginia vs. Navy
1:30 p.m. ESPN

Virginia vs. MICHAEL PIFER and KYLE GIBBS of Navy

Camping World Bowl
Virginia Tech vs. Oklahoma State
5:15 p.m., ESPN

COLTON TAYLOR & AUSTIN REEVES of Virginia Tech vs. MATT HEMBROUGH, SAM WALKINGSTICK of Oklahoma State

Valero Alamo Bowl
Stanford vs. TCU
9 p.m., ESPN

C.J. KELLER of Stanford vs. DONOVAN CAHILL of TCU

San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl
Washington State vs. Michigan State
9 p.m., FOX

Washington State vs. COLIN CAFLISCH of Michigan State

Friday, December 29th

Belk Bowl
Wake Forest vs. Texas A&M
1 p.m. ESPN

GARRETT WILSON of Wake Forest vs. JAKE PAGEL of Texas A&M

Hyundai Sun Bowl
NC State vs. Arizona State
3 p.m., CBS

JACKSON QUIGGLE & TYLER GRIFFITHS  of NC State vs. MITCHELL FRABRONI and RILEY JOHN of Arizona State

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl
Kentucky vs. Northwestern
4:30 p.m., ESPN

Kentucky vs. PETER SNODGRASS of Northwestern

NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl
Utah State vs. New Mexico State
5:30 p.m., CBSSN

EMMETT ODEGARD of Utah State vs. TIM O’DONNELL of New Mexico State

Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic
USC vs. Ohio State
8:30 p.m., ESPN

DAMON JOHNSON of USC vs. LIAM MCCULLOUGH, BRADLEY ROBINSON and PHILLIP THOMAS of Ohio State

Saturday, December 30th

TaxSlayer Bowl
Louisville vs. Mississippi State
Noon, ESPN

BRENDAN LOWERY & MITCH HALL of Louisville vs. JOEL BALDWIN of Mississippi State

AutoZone Liberty Bowl
Iowa State vs. Memphis
12:30 p.m., ABC

STEVEN WIRTEL & QUINN SONNTAG of Iowa State vs. PRESTON BRADY of Memphis

PlayStation Fiesta Bowl
Washington vs. Penn State
4 p.m., ESPN

AJ CARTY of Washington vs. CHRIS STOLL & JOE CALCAGNO of Penn State

Capital One Orange Bowl
Miami vs. Wisconsin
8 p.m., ESPN

SAM YORK & JACOB MUNOZ of Miami vs. Wisconsin

Monday, January 1st

Outback Bowl
Michigan vs. South Carolina
Noon, ESPN2

CAMERON CHEESEMAN, MATT BALDECK & ANDREW ROBINSON of Michigan vs. BEN ASBURY & HARRISON FREEMAN of South Carolina

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
UCF vs. Auburn
12:30 p.m., ESPN

UCF vs. CLARKE SMITH & IKE POWELL of Auburn

Citrus Bowl Presented by Overton’s
Notre Dame vs. LSU
1 p.m., ABC

JOHN SHANNON of Notre Dame vs. BLAKE FERGUSON of LSU

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Chris Rubio can help you to become the best snapper you can be! In just 12 years, Chris Rubio has become the #1 snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on Chris Rubio’s word day in and day out on who the best snappers are in the country. Chris Rubio has assisted in almost 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-ons to major Universities just for snapping.
Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

It’s simple, if you want to get yourself better, noticed and into the next level: go through Rubio Long Snapping

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Recap of the AZ Fall Camp

Instructor Casey Hales, Champion Ross Reiter and Instructor Kevin Ballinger

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to AZ on December 10th, 2017 for their fall camp. Rubio Long Snapping will travel the country this fall instructing Long Snapper and getting them all ready for their season and beyond. Following AZ, Rubio Long Snapping will head to OH on 12/17 and then the Super Bowl for Long Snappers, VEGAS XXXI on January 1-15, 2018.

Long Snappers from AZ, NV, OR, CA, OK, NE, CO & IL all traveled to his camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping.

Here are the RSI Scores from the AZ Camp…

The overall winner of the camp was Ross Reiter! Ross, Colorado State commit, was dominant from start to finish and left no doubt he was the best at the camp. He is overflowing with confidence right now and left no doubt he was the best Long Snapper in AZ. Form is excellent, he has very little wasted movement and he is simply snapping pearls one after another. Can’t say enough good things about Reiter and his snapping.

The finals in AZ were between Ross Reiter (42.11), Jack Bullard (29.67), Dustin Inness (28.72), Zach King (18.75), Trevor Heid (15.46), Morgan Parent (13.48) and Ethan King (13.48).

For all the YouTube videos from the Arizona camp, please go HERE

TOP 2018 LONG SNAPPERS

Ross Reiter

Ross Reiter was a machine all day and left no doubt he is one of the top Long Snappers in his class. Colorado State got a great Long Snapper and man in Reiter. Type of Long Snapper that will be successful for many years to come in no matter what he chooses to do.

Trevor Sablan was smooth and accurate while snapping with some great confidence. Really improving well and looks to be easily ready for the next level if he keeps improving like he is.

Justin Babcock is a strong Long Snapper with a good frame. Upper body is very powerful and he snaps a smooth ball.

Derek Hahn snapped with good balance and a great attitude all day. Smooth ball that hits the punter with great catchability.

Joseph Kelly is built long, he moves well on his feet and will dominate once he brings the ball in a bit more.

Dade Dorsey was impressive with his overall speed and the way he reaches back. Love to see him put on some size and not think so much.

Brett Duffey showed me some quick hands and good pop with his lower half. Good upside.

Peter Bowden

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS
Peter Bowden was the top 2019 Long Snapper in attendance and absolutely rockets the ball and displays confidence with his speed. He has a solid frame and moves well down the field.

Ethan Hudak was also very solid for the class of 2019. Ethan’s built like a linebacker and has great power and pop when snapping.

Joseph Wiysel looked sharp out in AZ with his long arms and great follow through!

TOP 2020 LONG SNAPPERS

AJ Laux

AJ Laux was the top overall 2020 Long Snapper in attendance. He is a big physical body whose tremendous force creates a nice whip on the ball.

Jack Bullard also stepped up and showed flashes of greatness by finishing in the top 4 of the RSI testing competition. He had the second highest total with a score of 29.67

Trevor Heid has a good frame and some very quick hands for his age!

Abe Petasienski came from IL and was impressive with his overall attitude, great frame and quick hands.

Bryce Felt snaps with great passion, lots of rage, aggression and I love it. The bigger and stronger he gets, the better he will do later on. Great attitude.

TOP 2021 LONG SNAPPERS

Peter Morgan

Peter Morgan is thick, strong and reaches back very well. Love how strong and quick his hands are when he is snapping the ball back to the punter.

Grant Sands showed good promise with great follow through and good starting form.

Nathan Pettigrew is thick, strong and follows through well. Balance is good and he snaps a smooth ball back to the punter.

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Chris Rubio can help you to become the best snapper you can be! In just 12 years, Chris Rubio has become the #1 snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on Chris Rubio’s word day in and day out on who the best snappers are in the country. Chris Rubio has assisted in almost 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-ons to major Universities just for snapping.
Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

It’s simple, if you want to get yourself better, noticed and into the next level: go through Rubio Long Snapping

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Recap of the GA Fall Camp

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to GA on December 3rd, 2017 for their fall camp. Rubio Long Snapping will travel the country this fall instructing Long Snapper and getting them all ready for their season and beyond. Following GA, Rubio Long Snapping will head to AZ on 12/10, OH on 12/17 and then the Super Bowl for Long Snappers, VEGAS XXXI on January 1-15, 2018.

Camp Champion Oscar Shadley

The overall champion of the camp was Oscar Shadley (FL, ‘18). The current #1 Long Snapper in the country and Virginia Tech commit has had quite the week. Friday, he received his Army All-American jersey and on Sunday, he dominated the GA Camp. He is thick, strong, moves well on his feet and is smooth with his snapping motion. Ball jumps out of the gate well and can easily be under. 75. Handles pressure very well and is beyond accurate.

Long Snappers from GA, TN, LA, AL, MA, SC, FL TX, MS, IL, NJ, KY & KS all traveled to his camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping.

Here are the RSI Scores from the GA Camp…
The finals, which could be the most talented group of Long Snappers I have seen in a finals, were Drew Little (59.72), Oscar Shadley (54.79), Quentin Skinner (50.00), Jacob Zuhr (46.58), Doug McLaughlin (41.56) and JC Vega (40.91)

You can see the full finals video below…

TOP 2018 LONG SNAPPERS

Oscar Shadley

Oscar Shadley had a great day in GA. Looks ready for college right now, let alone in one year. He has zero wasted movement with his snapping motion. Very smooth Long Snapper that can continue on for as long as he wants

Cade Long looked exceptional in GA. He is thickening up well and snaps one of the smoothest balls in the country. It is a joy to watch him snap a 15 yard snap as each one is exactly the same. Smart Long Snapper.

Cade Long

Evan Dvorchik came up from FL and left no doubt he is one of the top Long Snappers in his class. His ball has picked up some good speed and he is always improving. Love his attitude and the more athletic Evan becomes, the more dominant he will be.

John Raines can snap some severe heat and has some of the quickest hands in the country. His hands are so quick it can be hard to time him. Body is looking solid and he continues to be on his way to greatness.

Evan Dvorchik

Payton Dunagan looked very sharp with punt snap times consistently in the .7s. Flexibility is off the charts and he continues to improve. Best I have seen Payton look!

Trey Corley was solid in GA. Body is great and he can easily pass an eyeball test. When Trey is on, he is very on and can easily snap at the next level. The more Trey can drive his upper body through, the more dominant he becomes.
Sam DeLuke is big, solid and has a great attitude. Powerful Long Snapper that can easily get the ball sub .75 when he is on. Great upside.

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS

Quentin Skinner

Quentin “Mad Dog” Skinner was an absolute machine in GA. He is thick, powerful and very strong. Zero wasted movement with his snapping motion. Easily can get punt snaps well under .75. Mad Dog is the best Long Snapper in the country and with his consistency, I don’t see that changing soon.

Drew Little was exceptional in GA. I have seen him many times and this was easily the most dominant I have seen Drew. Body is solid and he has a fluid snapping motion that allows the ball to just appear in the punter’s hands. Drew is never stagnant and always improving. NC State got a good one.

Drew Little

JC Vega was snapping absolute fire all day long and was the overall speed champion with times in the low .6s! The ball was actually picking up speed along the way and was so fast, you could hear it humming. Body is muscular and the kid is a pure athlete.

Christian Johnstone was solid in GA. Body is good and he can pass an eyeball test quickly. Consistent Long Snapper with great upside. The more he drives his upper body through, the more college ready he becomes.
Griffin Kaye had a great day in GA. Athletic Long Snapper that can San the ball with some good heat on the ball. Fluid snapping motion and speeds sub .75. Very excited to see him at VEGAS XXXI.
William Wagner had a great day in GA. Body is thick and he has lost some weight. Body is looking good and he has improved his snapping. Best I have seen Wagner look and he seems poised to grab a TOP 12 spot at VEGAS XXXI.

Speed Champion JC Vega

Carson Knight was snapping some good heat and left no doubt he could be one of the top overall Long Snappers in his class. Love how he snaps with so much power and passion

Zach Lassiter is one of the most athletic Long Snappers in his class and is easily a factor on the punt coverage team. Locking down his spiral will be key in moving forward. Definitely could be a TOP 12er.
Doug McLaughlin made it to the finals again and proved he is one of the most consistent Long Snappers in his class. Very nice frame and he can pass an eyeball test quickly.
Mason Napper is thick, strong and powerful with a smooth snapping motion. The lower he gets his butt and the more he snaps with full power, the more dominant Napper becomes.
Cody Olszewski was smooth, accurate and consistent. Thick bodied.
Luke Payne continues to be one of the most accurate and consistent Long Snappers in his class. Every single snap for Payne is the exact same. Kid is like a machine. Strength is going to be huge for Payne as we continue to advance.
Nathan Tokar was smooth and accurate with good form and a thick, strong body. Driving his massive chest through will help his overall accuracy and speed.
Mark Fuchs is athletic, built well and has quick hands. Getting his legs to catch up to his hands will be key in getting his snaps ready for college level speeds. Great attitude and he works hard.
Notables: Jack Harrison, Ford Hayes, Nik Heino, Avery Kingston, Justin Wright, Graham Finklea

TOP 2020 LONG SNAPPERS

Jacob Zuhr

Jacob Zuhr was a machine all day in GA. He left absolutely no doubt he is the top sophomore Long Snapper in the country with a great attitude, tremendous handling of pressure and speeds that are ready for college right now. It is almost shocking to see just how good he is. Zuhr is flat out great and doesn’t seem to be letting up.

Zane McCracken is coming off an injury and looks to be headed right back to greatness. He has grown up and his body is looking solid. Driving his head through ad leaning back will be huge for McCracken.
Jake Foggia continue to impress me with his great form and how he is starting to handle pressure. Ball is getting faster and I like his attitude. Jake is always improving.

Zane McCracken

Jackson Worthen had a great day in GA. Form is excellent and he can be consistent with speeds sub .80 and even dip into the .6s! Locking down his accuracy and improving his athleticism will push him way up the rankings.

Blake Hooker came all the way from Texas and showed just how good he is within his class. Form is good and he has quick hands that will get his ball sub .80. Locking down his spiral will be a major key at VEGAS XXXI.
John Bergeron has great form and solid upside. Needs to make sure he is not aiming too far downfield when he is snapping the ball and that he snaps with great confidence at all times. Great attitude.
Miller Jones was smooth, accurate and can be one of the best Long Snappers in his class.
Will Albright has all of the tools to be a great one. True athlete that moves well on his feet and can pass an eyeball test quickly.
Notables: Will Benton, Colby Cox, William Long, Grant Reid, Jake Sayer, William Stewart, Brody Butler

TOP 2021 LONG SNAPPERS

Zach Taylor

Zach Taylor did really well in GA. His form is well beyond his years and he can even dip into the .7s when he is snapping with some great power on his punt snaps. Strength and confidence are going to be keys moving forward. Keep a close eye on Zach.

Kneeland Hibbett is smooth, accurate and snaps consistently in the mid to low .8s which is very good for his age. Really like Kneeland’s overall attitude.

Kneeland Hibbett

Holden Casperson showed me some good tings in GA. Solid accuracy and consistency make Holden one to keep an eye on over the next couple of years.

Josh Mullinix did well in GA. Consistency is good in the mid to high .8s. Need to see his spiral be locked down and he will dominate.
Jonathan Washburn might have been the most consistent freshman Long Snapper at the camp in GA. Each and every snap looks the same and I love it. Keep an eye on him at VEGAS XXXI.
Notables: Tyler Barnett, Shai Kochov, Bryant Seago, David Oxman,

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Chris Rubio can help you to become the best snapper you can be! In just 12 years, Chris Rubio has become the #1 snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on Chris Rubio’s word day in and day out on who the best snappers are in the country. Chris Rubio has assisted in almost 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-ons to major Universities just for snapping.
Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

It’s simple, if you want to get yourself better, noticed and into the next level: go through Rubio Long Snapping

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FOUR Years Later and TONS to be Thankful For….

I have never been a really big Thanksgiving fan, but for the fourth year in a row, and every year from this point on, this holiday will always remind me just how thankful I need to be. Here is why….

Anyone that has been with Rubio Long Snapping for over four years knows about Damon and his story. Damon is my six year old son who has had quite the journey in the past four years. My wife, Jolie and I, are extra thankful during this time of the year because four years ago we had to go through so much with the little guy.

I’ll recap for those that don’t know his story….

Four years ago, Damon had not been feeling well, off and on, for a couple weeks. Jolie took Damon took to the doctor on the Monday of Thanksgiving week and found out he had jaundice. We were told it was not that uncommon and to just ride it out and come back the following Monday to see Damon’s doctor.

Like always, we go up to my in-laws for Thanksgiving. Damon is not 100% at all but we just figured it was the jaundice and he would be fine. Our local doctors didn’t seem to be nervous, so we weren’t either.

On the Saturday after Thanksgiving, my family was still up at my in-laws in Harrison, ID. To put it nicely, Damon acted and looked like crap. Everyone agreed, we needed to take Damon to the hospital. We hopped in the car, went to the nearest big urgent care (about an hour away from Harrison in Coeur d’Alene, ID.) and the doctor ran some tests and said, “Something is just not right with Damon. You guys need to go to Spokane, WA. to see their Children’s Hospital.” Jolie and I both began to get a little nervous here. I mean we are just in sweats and thought we were going to the urgent care to hear “He’s fine, get him some fluids, some aspirin and wait until Monday.” We were going just to be pre-cautious.

We arrived in Spokane, WA (about another 50 minutes away from Coeur d’Alene, ID.) and they had a room set up for us to stay the night. We both started to lose it a bit more as we had no idea we would have to stay the night. They ran more tests on Damon. It is now about 10:00 pm and Damon is done with the whole process. They told us the major doctor would be in on the AM shift and she would be able to tell us a lot more.

Jolie began to come unglued. I assured her that that is just them covering their butts, all will be fine and, if all hell really was breaking loose, they would send us to Seattle, WA. (everyone in the northwest knows, it is truly a CODE RED if they say you have to go to Seattle…the big city)

Well, the morning came, the doctor arrived and said something is really not right with Damon and we were going to be flown to Seattle Children’s Hospital in the next twenty minutes.

Time stopped. Jolie and I lose it. Damon loses it. He has no idea what the heck is happening, but he is just done with all the poking and prodding.

In the plane to Seattle Children's Hospital

In the plane to Seattle Children’s Hospital

I got on the plane with Damon, the pilot and two nurses. Jolie, not in the condition to go, gets on the next flight with the help of the staff in Spokane (they were awesome). I actually only beat her by like 30 minutes.

First of all, let me tell you, Seattle Children’s Hospital knows what they are doing. There is a reason they are one of the top children’s hospitals in the world. Anyways, they run MORE and MORE tests on Damon. Blood test after blood test. If I remember correctly, Damon was getting “poked” every two to three hours for tests (yes, all day long).

We get fully admitted and they sit us down to talk to us. They proceed to tell Jolie and I that Damon had Acute Liver Disease and explain all that is going to happen to him. They told us how he got it was a mystery and it is was caused by a virus that anyone could have gotten as well. We would have to wait and see how his “numbers” progressed. Getting out of the hospital quickly is becoming a luxury we won’t be seeing in the near future.

After a couple of days, maybe four, (it gets blurry here since so much was happening) we have to meet with the MAIN, MAIN doctor for Seattle Children’s Hospital in a meeting room. He tells us that we won’t be leaving Seattle anytime soon, Damon’s liver is not getting better at all, he will need to have a liver transplant, he will be #1 on the list for said transplant and this will all begin to take place within the next four hours. Jolie and I absolutely lose it. I mean lose it. He left us with “We need to do one more blood test in four hours. If those numbers keep going down like they have been, it’s a go and the surgery is happening fast. Be ready.

Not wanting to grasp how severe the whole situation was and not being able to talk from crying so hard, I remember specifically looking at him and saying “Um, I can’t stay here even this weekend, I have a camp in NC and GA that I need to be at.” His response, “You aren’t going anywhere until March.” Time stopped. (First camps I missed but I can’t tell you how great my instructors were that stepped up for Rubio Long Snapping. Thank you again Jeff Abraham and Corey Adams).

The next four hours are a blur. We met with countless people that were beginning the process of telling us how Damon’s life would be different for the rest of his life. How our life would be different. Where we would need to stay for the next couple of months (FYI: If you don’t know about the Ronald McDonald House, you really need to check out this amazing organization and what they do).

Well, fours had passed and Damon gets “poked” again for the final test. The blood test comes back and Damon’s numbers didn’t move. They didn’t go up and they didn’t go down. The doctor and the entire staff were confused. He said, this isn’t necessarily good, but it isn’t bad either. We would need another blood test in another four hours.

Another four hours go by and the next test stayed the same again. And the next. And the next. Hope?

Our room where Damon, Jolie and I stayed for about two weeks.

Our room where Damon, Jolie and I stayed for about two weeks.

Then, a blood test came back with numbers that rose. Then, again, another blood test came back with better numbers. Then, again.

The staff (and I mean staff, they had about ten doctors alone working on Damon’s case since it was so unique for his age) didn’t want us to get anxious but you could even see they sensed something was happening.

They told us that we would have to stay in the hospital for at least another week to see how the numbers progressed but, very cautiously, said this was a good sign.

After two weeks of more tests and nonstop monitoring , we were allowed to leave the hospital but had to stay very close as tests needed to be done every couple of hours.

Then, on December 17th,  after countless days in a hotel, Damon had a doctor visit and they told us we were allowed to go home!

It was a MIRACLE. An absolute MIRACLE!

I re-tell this story since this is the time of the year when it all happened and I want everyone to know just how thankful Jolie and I are for Damon’s health and for all members of the Rubio Long Snapping family. That was a ROUGH month and I wish it on no one…ever. Seeing your child in the hospital is terrible. Absolutely terrible.

Bottom line….

  • Damon is perfectly healthy now. The doctors call it a miracle. The doctors told me they call this type of cure a “OGK” (Only God Knows)
  • Damon is part of a study through Seattle Children’s Hospital since his care was so unique. For a child his age, to get liver disease that quickly absolutely baffled them. They simply don’t get how he got it or how it stopped. His liver went from killing itself to fixing itself within hours. 
  • We can’t thank our neighbors back in Lewiston, ID enough. I call them “The Triangle” since our houses form one. They are the best neighbors you can ever imagine. By the time we drove home (how did we get a car to Seattle? Oh, they drove one out to us….like I said, the best) we walked into our house and they had our Christmas tree up and our house decorated. We lost it again. They are the best.
  • I wrote a blog when this all happened explaining the situation and that I wouldn’t be at the NC and GA camps (I would link to the blog, but due to our old blog company, that blog got “lost”…yes, they have been fired) and on that blog, I wrote how Damon (cough, cough, I) would be updating everyone on his situation through his Twitter account (@DamonDaleRubio). The outpouring of love from everyone (we had random people stopping into see us that were friends of friends of friends) around the country was amazing for the little guy. I highly recommend going to his Twitter account, searching back to November and December a couple years back, and reading his account of what happened.

Please, remember this time of the year to be extra thankful for what you have and tell someone what they mean to you. Have a great Thanksgiving weekend….I know I will.

Damon's first walk in the hospital

Damon’s first walk in the hospital

Damon Hospital 4

Long Snappers at the GA Camp giving Damon a shout out.

Damon Hospital 3

Damon in the hospital

Damon Hospital 5

Damon in the hotel

Damon Hospital 6

Minutes after we found out we could go home!

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Recap of the NC Fall Camp

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to NC on November 19, 2017 for their fall camp. Rubio Long Snapping will travel the country this fall instructing Long Snapper and getting them all ready for their season and beyond. Following NC, Rubio Long Snapping will head to GA on 12/3, AZ on 12/10, OH on 12/17 and then the Super Bowl for Long Snappers, VEGAS XXXI on January 1-15, 2018.

Long Snappers from AL, TN, FL, GA, IN, NC, NJ, NY, SC & VA all traveled to his camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping.

Here are the RSI Scores from the NC Camp…

Champion Brennen Milliron

The overall winner of the camp was Brennen Million (AL, 2018). Milliron has always been a solid Long Snapper but today he really just took over during the last half of the day. Ball was quick with times averaging right in the mid .7s on a very consistent basis. Milliron is built strong and has a very sturdy frame. Handles pressure really well and, obviously, has great accuracy. Hard worker that will make a college coach very happy next year.

The finals in NC were between Colin Springer (51.39), Doug McLaughlin (50), Corbin Robertson (50), Maddie Golden (48.57), Carson Knight (43.06) and Brennen Milliron (37.04).

You can see the full finals video below…

Maddie Golden

TOP 2018 LONG SNAPPERS
Maddie Golden was exceptional all day long in NC. Body is strong and he was absolutely ripping the ball back to the punter. He had zero issues getting the ball under .70 won the speed competition in NC. Form is good, attitude is excellent and he can be a leader in the lockeroom and on the field.

Noah Turner is thick, strong and has a very smooth and powerful ball that can explode back to the punter. His snapping motion is very fluid and has minimal wasted movement. Turner is a very accurate and consistent Long Snapper.

Kent Vines is a large Long Snapper with good, quick hands and the ability to get his ball under .75 when he gets his whole body going back at all times. Good upside on Vines.

Noah Turner

Collin Springer has quick hands and had the highest RSI heading into the finals rounds. He is thickening up well and shows great accuracy and consistent speed.

Corbin Robertson is a massive man and one of the most consistent Long Snappers in his class. Ball jumps out of the gate well and he can definitely stop a big rush with his large stature. Coachable Long Snapper.

Levi McKinney was snapping a quick and fast ball that is like an arrow getting back to the punter. Good athlete that moves well on his feet.

Trey Gable has a great personality and was snapping the ball consisntenly right at .70. Form is good and he has zero wasted movement on his snapping motion. Love his attitude.

Marshall Eury has a great attitude, quick hands and excellent upside.

Zach Chamblee had a great day in NC and started to snap with confidence which resulted in times in the low .7s!

Graham Finklea is athletic, has good form and is a consistent Long Snapper. Great upside on Graham.

Brett Duffey has a great attitude, good use of his whole body and a consistent snapping motion.

Sam DeLuke was solid all day long in NC. Big man with lots of power that could easily dominate VEGAS XXXI with a tighter spiral.

Doug McLaughlin made it to the finals with his accurate and consistent snaps. Big fan of his frame and his upside. Watch for him at VEGAS XXXI.

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS

Christian Johnstone

Christian Johnstone was on fire all day long in NC. Body is strong and he can pass an eyeball test from a 100 yards away. He has improved a ton and has some of the most potential in his class. He looked great and is definitely headed for the next level and could crush it there and beyond.

Joe Shimko is a great athlete that literally gets better, the more he snaps. It is almost amazing to see him just get stronger and better throughout the day. In the afternoon, his ball actually picks up speed. It is simply awesome to watch.

Joe Shimko

Liam Crowley has incredible upside and is absolutely dripping with potential. Built very long and snaps one of the smoothest balls in the country. Could easily make TOP 12 in January.

Carson Knight made it to the finals with a strong snapping motion and powerful snaps. Love to see Knight focus on getting hisspiral locked down before VEGAS XXXI.

Tripp Heath is strong and consistent. Smooth Long Snapper. Love his attitude.

Liam Crowley

Henry Freer is athletic and has some great power on his snaps. Love watching him use all of his body to get his snaps under .75.

Kevin Thompson was snapping with great power and times sub .75 easily. Locking down his spiral is going to be a  massive key to moving up the rankings and getting a TOP 12 spot at VEGAS XXXI.

Seth Roberson showed me some great upside and consistent snap speeds.

Notables: Alex Harper, Scout Hughes, Sam Katz, Reece McManus, John Morton

TOP 2020 LONG SNAPPERS

Will Albright

Will Albright was tremendous all day in NC. Body is built long and he has some great athleticism. Upside is off the charts. Easily can snap the ball under .80 on a consistent basis. Looks like a stud varsity Long Snapper right now and he still has a couple years to play left in high school. Keep a very close eye on him at VEGAS XXXI.

Jake Foggia is snapping with some solid power and he is a true student of the position. Ball is getting quicker by the second. Just needs to bring it down a bit to be more accurate.

Bryce Eimer showed good athleticism and nice pop on the ball. Consistency of speed and increasing his accuracy is going to be huge for Bryce at VEGAS XXXI.

Griff Barlow is thick, strong and had a great day in NC. Ball was consistent and he has quick hands.

Will Cobb was easily one of the most consistent Long Snappers at the camp. All snaps looked the same over and over again.

Zach Cowan was snapping an extremely smooth ball all day long in NC. Great upside.

Austin Both had a great first Rubio Long Snapping camp. Good attitude and some solid snap speeds are going to take him a long way!

Notable: WIll Mitchell, Ryan Purcell, Michael Wright

TOP 2021 LONG SNAPPERS

Austin Turner

Austin Turner has grown about a foot in the past year and has also gained some solid strength. Turner is consistently in the .8s and has some VERY quick hands. This Long Snapper has all of the tools to be one of the bests.

Ty Nichols has a great frame and snaps a really smooth ball. His snaps are very catchable and he looks like a varsity Long Snapper right now. Easily can pass an eyeball test.

Alex McLaughlin was an athletic Long Snapper that could get the ball into the .7s when he just rips it back to the punter. Locking down his spiral is going to be huge for him at VEGAS XXXI.

Aaron Brannock is consistent and has great upside. Follow through and making sure his snapping motion is exploding will be key as we advance throughout high school.

Carson Keaton has great form, uses his body well and I love his attitude. Gaining strength is going to make Keaton a stud out there.

Notables: Mack Gresham, Paul Joseph Meyers

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Chris Rubio can help you to become the best snapper you can be! In just 12 years, Chris Rubio has become the #1 snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on Chris Rubio’s word day in and day out on who the best snappers are in the country. Chris Rubio has assisted in almost 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-ons to major Universities just for snapping.
Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

It’s simple, if you want to get yourself better, noticed and into the next level: go through Rubio Long Snapping

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Recap of the 2017 TX Fall Camp

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to TX on November 12, 2017 for their fall camp. Rubio Long Snapping will travel the country this fall instructing Long Snapper and getting them all ready for their season and beyond. Following TX, Rubio Long Snapping will head to NC on 11/19, GA on 12/3, AZ on 12/10, OH on 12/17 and then the Super Bowl for Long Snappers, VEGAS XXXI on January 1-15, 2018.

Long Snappers from TX, KS, LA, OK, CA, MO, MS & IL all traveled to his camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping.

Here are the RSI Scores from the TX Camp…

The overall winner of the camp was Luke Rizzo. Rizzo is a TOP 12 Camp invitee that left no doubt that invitation was well deserving. One of the hottest Long Snappers from the start of the camp to the finish. Form is good and he is snapping with great power. Even his misses were simply off by minimal inches. Size is good and he is moving well on his feet. Rizzo is getting better by the second and continues to learn how to dominate.

The finals in TX were between Luke Rizzo (48.1), John Farris (47.56), Dillon Hayes (42.67), Evan Gibson (34.21), Tre Rubio (33.78) and Kuper Imrem (32.53)

You can see the full finals video below…

TOP 2018 LONG SNAPPERS

Karsten Battles

Karsten Battles was an absolute machine all day in TX. It is so fun to watch battles snap as he locks in and just crushes it….every single time. He has some of the quickest hands in the country and he can easily hit sub .75 on a very consistent basis. Body is looking solid and he is very determined. Just a flat out machine snapping the ball and is easily a scholarship Long Snapper.

Zach Edwards was the overall winner of the speed competition with snaps well under .70…yes, .70. His ball was picking up speed as the day progressed. One of the most athletic Long Snappers in his class. The bigger he gets, the more dominant he becomes with his snapping.

Zach Edwards

Dillon Hayes continues to find his way into the finals of each camp with his great poise under pressure and his incredible consistency and accuracy.

Jax Wilson looks like a college tight end right now and has some of the most amazing upside I have seen in years from a Long Snapper. Body is great and his potential is off the charts. When he is on, there is no one better.

Evan Gibson is looking very smooth and strong. Body is powerful and he is really starting to snap with lots of confidence. Love his attitude.

Tre Rubio was snapping a great spiral all day and had many snaps sub .75. Tre was on fire all day and looked very impressive.

Chandler Moses was snapping with great confidence, a nice frame, and some good zip on the ball.

Cole Voyles has some increadile form and a frame that is able to put on some good weight over the next couple of years.

Notables: Austin Ortega, Grayson Broussard

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS

Luke Rizzo

Luke Rizzo was incredible all day long in TX. This is obvious as he was the overall winner of the whole camp and made it deep into the speed finals round as well. The more confidence he snaps with and the more he knows how great he truly is, the better he will be in the long run.

Braedy Wilson

Braedy Wilson is a tall drink water with upside that is off the charts. Ball is fast as he can easily be sub .75 when he lets the ball fly out of his hands. Frame is great with room to put on some good weight over the next year.

Caden Bolz came our from KS and was very solid. Ball was quick, body is thick and he has great power throughout.

Nathan Tokar is really starting to snap with some solid confidence and had no problem getting the ball under .80 on a regular basis. Every time I see Tokar he is looking more and more physically fit.

Chad Wolf is big, strong and overflowing potential. The upside on Wolf is off the charts. Good form and attitude.

Nick Stoia has good follow through and the ability to easily get the ball under .80. Smoothing out his form and becoming more and more consistent will move him way up the rankings.

David Medrano showed great upside and I love his attitude. Body is strong and he snaps a smooth ball back to the punter.

Kuper Imrem did well all day in TX and made it to the finals. The more confidence he snaps with, the better he does.

Nate McCormack did really well all day in TX. Very impressed with his attitude and how much he has improved over the last couple of months.

John Farris made it to the finals and was close to taking his talents deep into the finals. Always improving and one of the best attitudes of all the Long Snappers in the 2019 class.

Notables: Ross Arroyo, Josh Burtch, Brayden Chandler, Landon Sleeper

TOP 2020 LONG SNAPPERS

Blake Hooker

Blake Hooker was tremendous all day in TX and even made it very deep into the speed finals as he was one of the last three Long Snappers to be snapping. Ball is tight and he is headed towards greatness. The more he knows that, the better he will do.

Dylan Wiltcher

Dylan Wiltcher looked very solid with great snap speeds under .80 and a tremendous attitude. Dylan is good an headed towards great.

John Bergeron

John Bergeron was terrific all day in TX. Snap speeds were great and consistent under .80. Need Bergeron to not be so surprised of his greatness and except to dominate.

John Luke Roberts showed massive upside. Kid is going to be good.

Notables: Phillip Bourque, Peter Brown, Bryce Felt, Coltin Knape, Jackson McFarland, Ethan Wells, Ethan Lane

TOP 2021 & BEYOND LONG SNAPPERS

Nick Walker

Nick Walker was excellent in TX. Kid is growing like a weed and is already snapping like a Varsity Long Snapper right now. His hands are quick and he can easily get the ball sub .80 at 15 yards. Nick is headed towards greatness if he maintains this pace.

Connor Able showed great upside in TX with snaps consisntely under. 82 and a nice, long frame.

Nate Adams might have the most potential of any 2021 Long Snapper in the country. Kid is massive and looks like a college tight end right now. If he works on his form, he could easily dominate his class at VEGAS XXXI.

Grant Goltra is flat out dripping with potential and is very coachable.

Notables: JT Sleeper, Manuel Duarte, Thad Baker, Jake Eldridge

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Chris Rubio can help you to become the best snapper you can be! In just 12 years, Chris Rubio has become the #1 snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on Chris Rubio’s word day in and day out on who the best snappers are in the country. Chris Rubio has assisted in almost 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-ons to major Universities just for snapping.
Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

It’s simple, if you want to get yourself better, noticed and into the next level: go through Rubio Long Snapping

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Recap of the CA Fall Camp

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to CA on October 29, 2017 for their fall camp. Rubio Long Snapping will travel the country this fall instructing Long Snapper and getting them all ready for their season and beyond. Following WA, Rubio Long Snapping will head to TX on 11/12, NC on 11/19, GA on 12/3, AZ on 12/10, OH on 12/17 and then the Super Bowl for Long Snappers, VEGAS XXXI on January 1-15, 2018.

Long Snappers from CA, NV and Japan all traveled to his camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping.

The overall winner of the camp was Kameron Hawkins. Kam is a 2020 Long Snapper from CA that was just coming off a win in Seattle last week. Just like last week, Kameron was the overall champion as well as the speed champion. His confidence is building and he doesn’t look to be letting up on the gas. He left no doubt of his dominance in the finals by only hitting threes! Not to mention, every single three Kameron hit, was a pure “swish” going into the opening. It was incredible to watch as he only took three snaps total in the finals. Kameron is an absolute workhorse that continues to improve on a daily basis with his Long Snapping, attitude and athleticism. As for snapping the ball, Kameron is at the college level right now.

The finals in CA were between Kameron Hawkins (CA, 2020), Charles DeRosier (CA, 2018), JJ Lindsay (CA, 2019), Danny Dixon (CA, 2019), Hidetka Kanazawa (Japan, JC) and Aidan Livingston (CA, 2019).

You can see the full finals video below…

Here are the RSI Scores from the CA Camp…

TOP JC & 2018 LONG SNAPPERS

John Aloma

John Aloma is a JC Long Snapper that is matured well with his body and mind. Snapping form is very solid and he throws some solid heat back to the punter. He has one of the smoothest and prettiest snaps in the country. He does a great job of exploding and using all of his body when he snaps.

Kyle Petrucci is a massive man that has been with Rubio Long Snapping since 2012 and it is easy to see. His form is excellent, he gets his long legs fully involved and his ball is extremely easy to catch. Very solid personality on this Long Snapper that can be snapping for many years to come.

Kyle Petrucci

Noah Howell is thick, strong and is beginning to truly snap with a lot of confidence. When Noah really lets the ball fly out of his hands, he is as good as anyone in the country.

Jac Casasante is a pure athlete that can rip the ball back to the punter. Incredible amount of power and speed on his snaps and his footwork.

Hidetka Kanazawa is a JC Long Snapper from Japan that is currently playing in the states and was impressive all day long in CA. Body is strong and he moves very well on his feet. Ball was quick and can easily hit D1 speeds.

Robert Fiene has incredible follow through and snaps a very powerful ball. His ball will punish the punter’s hands if he is not ready. Moves well on his feet.

Noah Howell

Charles DeRosier has improved well over the past couple of months and he is snapping the ball with solid power. Impressive Long Snapper with great pop on his snaps. Excellent attitude on this hard worker.

Max Nieland is looking thick and strong with solid snaps all day long. Moved very well on his feet and shows great promise to be able to snap at the next level.

Morgan White is an extremely powerful Long Snapper that can easily snap a ball in the .7s when he lets the ball fly out of his hands.

Mason Somerman has really done a good job of increasing his body mass and is snapping with solid confidence.

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS

Nathan Weneta

Nathan Weneta was very impressive all day long in CA. His body is looking solid and he is really good on his feet. Weneta was snapping some incredible balls and left no doubt he definitely has the ability to play at the next level. Keep a very close eye on him at VEGAS XXXI.

Simon Samarzich

Simon Samarzich is easily one of the most consistent Long Snappers in the country. Every single snap is right at the D1 level and they all look the same. It is almost amazing to see Simon snap pearl after pearl after pearl. One of the most athletic Long Snappers in his class that could be doing this for a long time.

Jack Landherr has the ability to snap a D1 ball that can rip through a punter when he is on. Love his athleticism as he can absolutely fly down the field. Pure poetry when he is running on punt coverage.

Dylan Black came out from Nevada and snapped balls sub .80 all day long. He is growing well and is looking like a D1 Long Snapper with his body and snaps. Moves very well on his feet.

Jack Landherr

Aidan Livingston is a smooth and consistent Long Snapper with a ball that is easy to catch. Methodical Long Snapper with very high academics. Listens well and is coachable.

JJ Lindsay is a smooth lefty that has a ball that really pops back to the punter. Frame is solid and he has long legs that generate a great amount of power on the ball.

Gage King has a great frame and his potential is off the charts.

Danny Dixon is a thick and strong Long Snapper that did a great job in making it to the finals.

Jesse Vasquez is improving quickly and will have tremendous accuracy once both hands get all the way through to the punter on each snap.

Notables: Nicholas Peck, Justin Morris, Travis Hansen, Andrew Gonneville, Peter Bowden

TOP 2020 LONG SNAPPERS

Kameron Hawkins

Kameron Hawkins was simply a machine all day and is simply overflowing with confidence. Ball is at the D1 level right now, easily, and he doesn’t seem to be letting up at all. Incredible work ethic.

Jacob Garcia looked very solid at the CA camp. Body is maturing and he is getting stronger by the second. Ball is very tight and he was extremely consistent with his snap speeds that just lived at .75 all day long. Keep an eye on Garcia at VEGAS XXXI.

Tony Villarreal was snapping with great power with snap speeds consistently under .80. He has gained some good size and was impressive all day long.

Jacob Garcia

Cruz Rubio is a thick and powerful Long Snapper that moves well on his feet for his size. Cruz can easily get the ball sub .80 when he gets his eyes through and follows all the way through with his fingers. Great upside.

Aaron Estrada showed solid athleticism and quick hands that consistently had the ball under .80

Andrew Wells is a pure athlete that can run like the wind. Body is powerful and he is quick with his hands. Locking down his spiral will push Wells way up the rankings.

Cody White has a great attitude and a smooth snapping motion.

Notables: Davis Salom, Triston Hayes, Trevor Heid, Bryce Felt

TOP 2021 & BEYOND LONG SNAPPERS

JT Greep

JT Greep was very accurate and consistent all day long. Ball was smooth and he showed very good promise. Balance is solid and he handled pressure well.

Chris Kent

Chris Kent is a big Long Snapper with good speeds and a smooth snapping motion. Great attitude and excellent upside on Kent.

Notables: Jack Ritchie, Jamie Feldermann, Brendan Smith, John Mora

 

 

 

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Chris Rubio can help you to become the best snapper you can be! In just 12 years, Chris Rubio has become the #1 snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on Chris Rubio’s word day in and day out on who the best snappers are in the country. Chris Rubio has assisted in almost 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-ons to major Universities just for snapping.
Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

It’s simple, if you want to get yourself better, noticed and into the next level: go through Rubio Long Snapping

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Recap of the 2017 WA Fall Camp

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to WA on October 22, 2017 for the northwest’s fall camp. Rubio Long Snapping will travel the country this fall instructing Long Snapper and getting them all ready for their season and beyond. Following WA, Rubio Long Snapping will head to CA on 10/29, TX on 11/12, NC on 11/19, GA on 12/3, AZ on 12/10, OH on 12/17 and then the Super Bowl for Long Snappers, VEGAS XXXI on January 1-15, 2018.

Long Snappers from WA, MN, CA, NV, OR, ID, CO & CAN all traveled to his camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping.

Here are the RSI Scores from the NJ Camp…

The overall winner of the camp was Kameron Hawkins. Kam is a 2020 Long Snapper from CA that was absolutely dominant all day long in Seattle. There is literally no doubt he is one of the top Long Snappers in his class in CA, and the entire country. Kam actually was the speed and RSI champ of the camp. This definitely does not happen often but was well deserved with Kam with his excellent accuracy and speeds that were sub .7 when it mattered most. 

Kameron is an absolute workhorse that continues to improve on a daily basis with his Long Snapping, attitude and athleticism. Very impressed with this kid’s drive and never slow down attitude.

The finals in WA were between Kameron Hawkins (CA, 2020), Axel Raarup (MN, 2018), Kellen Dyer (ID, 2018), Karl Von Einsiedel (Canada, 2020), JJ Lindsay (CA, 2019) and Ben Schumock (WA, 2020).

You can see the full finals video below…

TOP 2018 LONG SNAPPERS
Matt Tokos was an absolute machine all day in WA. He could easily have one of the tightest spirals in the country as his ball almost sticks to your hands when it hits. His snaps are quick with times easily in the .7s and his attitude is excellent. He is going to make any coach he plays for extremely happy on and off the field.

Kellen Dyer was snapping a very smooth and accurate ball that took him all the way to the finals and was about 3 inches from winning the whole camp! Dyer’s attitude is great and he works hard. The more he increases his overall athleticism and strength, the better he will be in the long run.

Axel Raarup came out on a solo trip all the way from MN and definitely did not waste the trip. Kid is VERY athletic and can rip the ball back to the punter with consistent sub .80 times. Fun to watch this kid move and snap. Great upside.

Morgan White came all the way from NV and left no doubt he has all of the tools to be a great one for his class. Thick and strong with tons of power that just needs to be pushed in the right direction.

Anthony Laveroni is 2017 Long Snapper that came out to get finely tuned to walk on to a major university this spring and he showed me that he can definitely do it. Kid has great size and has the ability to get the ball sub .80. Increasing his athleticism and confidence will be huge for Anthony.

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS
JJ Lindsay came to the northwest from Nor Cal and represented the Sunshine state very well. This left has great form and moved really well side to side. The more he snaps with pure confidence and trusts his great form, the more dominant he will be in his class. Great kid.

James Durr is looking thick and gaining good strength throughout his entire body. Ball can dip under .80 and the more he can do that consistently, the higher up the rankings he will go. Love his attitude.

Josiah Hirsch is a thick and powerful Long Snapper that could easily be a top 10 Long Snapper in his class when he realizes just how powerful and strong he truly is.

Alex Sheehan moved well side to side on his feet and was snapping the ball with tons of force all day. If he can control the spiral and lock down his accuracy, he will dominate VEGAS XXXI. I absolutely love the oomph he puts on each and every single snap.

Gavin Gately is dripping with potential. Big, tall man with an excellent frame that a college strength coach is going to manipulate into a monster. His hands are really quick.

Neo Sather is extremely athletic and has very quick hands. Locking down his spiral and increasing the overall speed of the ball is gong to be huge.

TOP 2020 LONG SNAPPERS
Michael Tokos was impressive to me, and I think himself as well, all day in the northwest. It was funny to watch Tokos become more and more surprised each time he would hear his snap times as if to say “WOW! Am I really snapping the ball that fast?!?!?!?” Yes, you are Tokos and keep up the good work.

Karl von Einseidel was one of the more athletic Long Snappers in his class (and at the camp for that matter). Raw Long Snapper that crushed all the agility tests and has great upside.

Cameron Landes showed me some great footwork and that he should easily be a factor on the punt coverage team. The more he can get his upper body to get through and not up first, the faster his ball will be in the long run. Great attitude.

Ben Schumock had very quick hands and tons of upside. His snaps can easily hit sub .80 and his potential is incredible. Smoothing out his overall snapping motion is going to be huge as we head to VEGAS XXXI.

Grayson Pibal is sitting on a mountain of potential. One of the smoothest Long Snappers out there and the more he can snap with just raw power, the better he will be.

Jack Laurin was great with his athleticism and his attitude. Locking down his spiral and continuing to put on size will increase his overall snap speeds.

Notables: Joel Antush, Colin Dolynski, Dakota Lepine, Tommy Sullivan

TOP 2021 LONG SNAPPERS and BEYOND
Alec Eckert showed great promise with his very long frame. Confidence is going to be huge for Alec has he continues to progress. When he allows his strong body to just rip the ball back to the punter, he can easily get bus .80 snap speeds at 15 yards. The less Alec thinks, the better he will do in the long run. Great upside and he can be as good as he wants to be.

Devin Claridge is an intense Long Snapper with good power and balance. His upside is very solid.

Anna DeCaprio (2022) has improved a great deal over the past year as she is now very close to using all of her lower half and is beginning to trust her form more and more.

Jackson Plieth (2022) impressed me with his overall attitude and athleticism for his age.

Blake Gorski (2022) shows great promise and excellent improvement over the past couple of months.

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Chris Rubio can help you to become the best snapper you can be! In just 12 years, Chris Rubio has become the #1 snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on Chris Rubio’s word day in and day out on who the best snappers are in the country. Chris Rubio has assisted in almost 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-ons to major Universities just for snapping.
Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

It’s simple, if you want to get yourself better, noticed and into the next level: go through Rubio Long Snapping

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Recap of the 2017 Fall NJ Camp

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to NJ on October 8th, 2017 for their fall camp. Rubio Long Snapping will ravel the country this fall instructing Long Snappers and getting them all ready for the season and beyond!

Long Snappers from LA, NH, NY, CT, M, MS, VA, NC, PA, MD & NJ all traveled to this camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of long snapping.

Here are the RSI Scores from the NJ Camp.


The overall winner of the camp was Joe Shimko (NJ, ’19). Shimko was actually the winner of the accuracy AND speed competitions! Shimko is no stranger to being a champion in NJ as he also won both titles this past July during the summer camp. He is one of the most athletic Long Snappers in his class and he can rip the ball back to the punter. He handles pressure very well and doesn’t get fazed at all. Great upside and I love his attitude. His win earns Shimko a free admission to the VEGAS XXXI Event this January!

The finals in NJ were between Joe Shimko (42.11), John Morton (26.67), Bryan McNamara (25.81), Corbin Robertson (25.30), Dillon Hayes (25.00) and Austin Mosier (22.54).

You can see the full finals video below….

TOP 2018 LONG SNAPPERS
-Dillon Hayes is accurate, consistent, handles pressure well and is literally always in the mix of the finals. The bigger and stronger he gets to increase the overall speed of his ball, the better he will be with his snapping.
– Nicholas Wissinger is thick, strong and was absolutely ripping the ball back to the punter. Timed him in the .6s at times!
– Tyler Cobb is big, strong and moved really well on his feet for his size. Looks like a college athlete right now.
– Matt Gannon has great athletic ability and a tremendous attitude.
– Corbin Robertson is a big Long Snapper with extremely quick hands and great overall power. Lowering his butt and getting set will really increase his overall speed.
– Matt Macaulay showed very good upside with snaps in the high .7s and solid athleticism.

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS
– Adam Guillemette was on fire all day and absolutely trying to put a hole in anyone that stepped in front of his snaps. Kid snaps heat, has a great attitude and great upside.
-Stephen Sokach-Minnick moved very well on his feet and can easily get in the .7s when he snaps the ball with full power. Upside is off the charts.
– Evan Davis is built like a brick house with great power and an excellent attitude. Moved really well on his feet for his size and can easily hit in the .7s.
– Brandon Hurst never stops improving and has the potential to be one of the best Long Snappers in his class.
–  Donato Crisanti continues to grow towards the sky with his height and his snapping. Smooth Long Snapper.
– Zachary Zimmerman moved really well on his feet and hit times under .8
– Austin Mosier is massive and has great upside.
– John Morton is thick and powerful solid potential. Believing in himself will be huge.

Notables: Chris Otwell, Brian McNamara, Matthew Widenhouse

TOP 2020 LONG SNAPPERS
– Declan McCauley is massive for his age and his great power that I can’t wait for him to unleash. Form is good and his upside is off the charts. TOP 12 at VEGAS XXXI?
– Bryce Eimer looked solid all day with good athleticism and snap speeds that can dip into the high .7s
– Jake Foggia has good form, a great attitude and is always improving.
– Elio Siragusa showed very good promise and a good attitude. Moved very well on his feet.
– Frank Lord has a good frame and showed promise
– John Bergeron is smooth and accurate with a great attitude. Student of the game and listens really well.

TOP 2021 & BEYOND LONG SNAPPERS
– Zack Taylor was very solid with times in the low .8s with his great form and smooth snapping motion.
– Rino Monteforte is beyond a student of Long Snapping, is always improving and already getting some good pop from his lower half.
– Logan Rager is built long, moved well on his feet and is very coachable.

Notables: Paul Joseph Meyers, Teddy Wardell, Brylan Noonan ___________________________________________________________________Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the world. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

In just 12 years, Chris Rubio, President and Owner of Rubio Long Snapping, has become the #1 Long Snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a Long Snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on “Rubio’s” word day in and day out on who the best Long Snappers are in the country. Rubio Long Snapping has assisted in over 300 Long Snappers earning FULL SCHOLARSHIPS to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Rubio Long Snappers in College Games this Weekend (8/31 – 9/4)

Here you go! This is the official list of Long Snappers that have attended a Rubio Long Snapping camp playing in games this weekend (this is just D1 and teams in bold have a Rubio Long Snapper)….

Looking to be the next great Rubio Long Snapper? It all starts this fall with camps across the country HERE

Please Note: The List of Rubio Long Snappers in college is VERY, VERY long so if I have missed one, please let me know at Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com and I will adjust ASAP.

Thursday, August 31st

Florida Intl @ UCF
Presbyterian College @ Wake Forest
Austin Peay @ Cincinnati
Buffalo @ Minnesota
Tennessee State @ Georgia State
Elon @ Toledo
Rhode Island @ Central Michigan
Tulsa @ Oklahoma State
Holy Cross @ Connecticut
North Dakota @ Utah
Ohio State @ Indiana
Florida A&M @ Arkansas
Louisiana Monroe @ Memphis
Sacramento State @ Idaho
New Mexico State @ Arizona State
Missouri Western State @ Nebraska-Kearney
Eastern Illinois @ Indiana State

Friday, September 1st

Fordham @ Army
Charlotte
@ Eastern Michigan
Central Connecticut @ Syracuse
Washington
@ Rutgers
Navy @ Florida Atlantic
Colorado State @ Colorado
Utah State @ Wisconsin
Boston College
@ Northern Illinois

Saturday, September 2nd

Kent State @ Clemson
Akron @ Penn State
Maryland @ Texas
Ball State @ Illinois
Wyoming @ Iowa
Bowling Green @ Michigan State
Missouri State @ Missouri
California
@ North Carolina
Bethune-Cookman
@ Miami
Youngstown State @Pittsburgh
Portland State @ Oregon State
VMI
@ Air Force
NC State @ South Carolina
UTEP @ Oklahoma
Michigan @ Florida
Temple @ Notre Dame
Nevada @ Northwestern
William & Mary @ Virginia
Alabama A&M @ UAB
Troy @ Boise State
Eastern Washington @ Texas Tech
Kentucky @ Southern Mississippi
Charleston Southern @ Mississippi State
Western Michigan @ USC
North Carolina Central @ Duke
James Madison @ East Carolina
Albany
@ Old Dominion
Appalachian State @ Georgia
Miami (OH) @ Marshall
Lamar @ North Texas
Houston @ UT San Antonio
Eastern Kentucky @ Western Kentucky
Northwestern State @ Louisiana Tech
Stephen F. Austin @ SMU
UMass
@ Coastal Carolina
Liberty
@ Baylor
Southeast Missouri State @ Kansas
Hampton @ Ohio
Southeastern Louisiana @ Louisiana
Houston Baptist @ Texas State
Central Arkansas @ Kansas State
Georgia Southern @ Auburn
Louisville @ Purdue
South Alabama @ Ole Miss
Cal Poly
@ San José State
Florida State
@ Alabama
Abilene Christian
@ New Mexico
Arkansas State @ Nebraska
Jackson State @ TCU
Northern Iowa @ Iowa State
Vanderbilt @ Middle Tennessee
Grambling @ Tulane
Southern Utah @ Oregon
UC Davis @ San Diego State
Howard @ UNLV
BYU @ LSU
Incarnate Word @ Fresno State
Montana State @ Washington State
Northern Arizona @ Arizona
Western Carolina @ Hawai’i

Sunday, September 3rd

West Virginia @ Virginia Tech
Texas A&M @ UCLA

Monday, September 4th

Tennessee @ Georgia Tech

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the world. Rubio has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the USA Today, Deadspin and countless other publications.

Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world, Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

In just 12 years, Chris Rubio, President and Owner of Rubio Long Snapping, has become the #1 Long Snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a Long Snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on “Rubio’s” word day in and day out on who the best Long Snappers are in the country. Rubio Long Snapping has assisted in over 300 Long Snappers earning FULL SCHOLARSHIPS to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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