VEGAS 30 – RSI Scores

At VEGAS 30, each Long Snapper was tested on The Rubio Long Snapping Target.

The RSI is an excellent way for a participant to truly show how good of a Long Snapper they are as it balances the accuracy along with the speed of the ball, plus it will show how well the Long Snapper grows through each and every Rubio Long Snapping camp. Also, the RSI‘s will be posted on each Long Snappers profile after every camp they attend.  Please note: the RSI does not account for athleticism, spiral or mentality.

RSI‘s can range from zero to basically 80 (if a Long Snapper was to get a score 48 points and averaged .65 on their punt snaps). I believe the highest I have ever encountered a 65.22 by Ross Reiter at the AZ Spring Camp. The 12 finalists at VEGAS XXIX all had above 50’s on their RSI and that was a record. A 30 is usually pretty darn solid. 

Please Note: The RSI is not completely how your Rubio Long Snapping ranking will be calculated as there are many factors to being a great Long Snapper. The main things that each Long Snapper will be ranked on are the following:

  • Speed (should be less than .75 for a 15 yard punt snap)
  • Accuracy (all snaps should be in The Rubio Zone)
  • Consistency (a college coach is going to want to see how consistent you are with your speed…if you can snap a .75, your snaps should be right around there, well, consistently)
  • Mentality (how well do you handle pressure)
  • Athleticism (do you move well or does it look like you are in pain when moving)
  • Size (an ideal Long Snapper would be about 6’3″ and 235)
  • Spiral (does the ball look pretty, slice through the wind and easy to catch)
  • Blocking (will you be able to withstand a major college rush) If you have ever been to a Rubio Long Snapping Vegas Event, you know that one of the main parts of competition day is when each Long Snapper gets tested on The Rubio Long Snapping Target.
Name Year State Final RSI
Aguilar, Ryan 19 CA 22.67
Allen, JP 19 MS 7.78
Aloni, Matthew 18 NY 26.67
Anthony, Enzo 19 FL 27.50
Arroyo, Ross 19 TX 11.58
Assel, Brock 18 VA 35.71
Babcock, Justin 18 OR 18.99
Battles, Karsten 18 TX 42.65
Becker, Hunter 18 PA 21.05
Bedell, Derek 19 CA 17.65
Bentley, Brendan 18 NV 24.00
Bergeron, John 20 LA 13.64
Black, Dylan 19 NV 21.05
Boan, David 20 IL 18.82
Bourque, Phillip 20 LA 11.36
Bozanich, Ryan 21 CA 9.38
Brannock, Aaron 21 NC 20.83
Brummer, Joseph 18 CA 15.85
Burson, Hunter 18 NM 21.52
Casasante, Jac 18 CA 28.38
Caughman, Ty 18 LA 8.14
Cervantes, Gabriel 18 CA 22.50
Cesta, Domenic 18 NC
Clark, Jadyen 18 CA 32.91
Cobb, Tyler 18 NJ 3.16
Corbitt, Hunter 18 CA 11.25
Corley, Trey 18 TN 18.99
Covan, AJ 18 SC 33.75
Cronin, Matt 18 SC
Davis, Evan 19 NJ 16.47
Degraw, Cade 19 MS 6.98
DeRosier, Charles 18 IL 35.00
Dixon, Danny 19 CA 6.59
Domingo, Andrew 18 CA 16.47
Drevno, Zach 18 MI 32.50
Duffey, Brett 18 NC 3.30
Dunagan, Peyton 18 GA 29.33
Durr, James 19 WA 5.68
Durschlag, Max 18 NC 20.27
Dvorchik, Evan 18 FL 17.72
Dyer, Kellen 18 ID 32.10
Edwards, Zachary 18 TX 24.00
Eimer, Bryce 20 NJ 13.25
Enriquez, Tyler 15 CA
Estrada, Aaron 20 CA 14.94
Eury, Marshall 18 NC 13.95
Feldermann, Jamie 21 CA 7.77
Fiene, Robert 18 CA 6.74
Finklea, Daniel 19 GA 10.13
Foggia, Jake 20 NJ 14.29
Gable, Trey 18 SC 19.51
Gaines, Ron 18 IL 23.75
Gannon, Matthew 18 NJ 7.06
Garcia, Jacob 20 CA 25.97
George, Brad 19 IL 11.25
Gibson, Evan 18 LA 33.33
Goldberg, Jake 17 FL
Golden, Maddie 18 SC 34.85
Greenway, Kyler 19 CA 13.25
Greep, JT 21 CA 5.66
Grotelueschen, Trenton 18 OH 20.73
Guzman, Nathan JC CA 15.38
Hahn, Derek 18 NE 13.48
Halderman, Joe 18 IN 27.49
Hall, Aidan 19 IL 16.87
Hall, Nathan 20 CA 7.61
Harrison, Jack 19 MS 11.11
Hawkins, Kameron 20 CA 34.94
Hayes, Dillon 18 MS 27.16
Heath, Tripp 19 NC 13.04
Hedberg, Nathan 19 CA 2.13
Hinders, Ross 18 IA
Hirsch, Josiah 19 OR 9.89
Hoffman, Harrison JC CA 47.89
Hood, Hayden 19 TX 18.75
Hooker, Blake 20 TX 14.77
Hooper, Devon 21 UT 14.58
Hooper, Jesse 18 UT 21.79
Howell, Noah 18 CA 18.92
Hudak, Ethan 19 AZ 19.05
Hughes, Jack 18 CA
Imrem, Kuper 19 IL 11.11
Jarrett, Jonathan 18 OH 13.41
Jennings, Evan 18 MI 13.33
Johnston, Ethan 18 NV 7.00
Judge, Billy 20 GA
Kent, Chris 21 CA 10.99
Key, Jarrett 18 TN 44.29
Krause, Logan 16 CA 24.66
La Brie, Cole 19 CA 5.38
Lancaster, Logan 21 MA
Landes, Cameron 20 WA 10.99
Landherr, Jack 19 CA 23.08
Lau, Dean 19 CA 28.77
Laux, AJ 20 AZ 15.29
Lindsay, JJ 19 CA 29.49
Linver, Mo 19 OR 5.75
Little, Drew 19 NC 28.77
Livingston, Aidan 19 CA 7.06
Long, Cade 18 TN 27.27
Lord, J.J. 18 CO 10.34
Mackellar, Seth 19 CA
Macloud, Ethan 18 LA
Marrietta, Thomas 18 AZ
Matute, Eric 18 CA 16.67
McCauley, Declan 20 NJ 27.38
McCormack, Nate 19 TX 16.09
McCullough, Roen 18 OH 21.13
McCully, TJ 18 MI 8.60
McIntyre, Mario 16 PA 28.38
McPherson, Chase 18 NC 6.74
Medrano, David 19 TX 10.34
Melgarejo, Frank 19 FL 16.87
Meyers, Liam 18 CA 1.03
Milliron, Brennen 18 AL
Mimoun, Jacob 16 CA 15.05
Mitchell, Will 20 NC 13.54
Montoya, Jacob 19 NM 10.11
Morris, Justin 19 CA
Morrison, Andrew 17 TX 16.25
Mosier, Austin 19 NJ 21.25
Munoz, Michael 20 CA 18.48
Napper, Mason 19 GA 11.25
Nelson, Chancelor 15 CA 26.03
Nieland, Max 18 CA 37.50
Okeefe, Tom 20 MO 6.59
O’Riordan, Keelan 19 CA 7.29
O’Rourke, Joseph 18 NY 9.41
Ortiz, Antonio 18 VA 31.43
Ortiz, Marco 18 VA 19.51
Pak, Aidan 19 CA
Pallissard, Turner 18 IL 11.25
Paznokas, Gabe 18 CO 5.62
Pedrozo, Jude 19 OH 33.33
Peterson, Ty 18 CA 6.67
Petrucci, Kyle 18 CA 27.78
Pibal, Grayson 20 OR 4.12
Pickett, Coy 18 CA 12.94
Pitsenberger, Zachary 20 IL 2.13
Plattner, Randen 18 MO 34.25
Plieth, Jackson 22 WA 1.00
Prevette, Keaton 18 NC 14.12
Purcell, Ryan 20 NC 20.69
Raab, Jacob 18 CA 6.98
Raines, John 18 MS 43.06
Rammes, Carter 19 OH 5.81
Rea, Brian 19 CA 5.26
Rech, Wyatt 18 CA 6.90
Reid, Grant 20 TN 5.49
Reiter, Ross 18 AZ 62.69
Reynoso, Raymond 18 CA 24.00
Rheinbolt, Tanner 20 CO 9.47
Riddle, Campbell 18 AZ 28.38
Riggs, Austin 18 ID 14.81
Robertson, Corbin 18 NC 34.67
Rosenbaum, Alex 18 IL 10.26
Rubio, Tre 18 TX 13.95
Sablan, Trevor 18 NV 20.99
Samarzich, Simon 19 CA 28.95
Sanchez, Jaden 20 CA 7.87
Sather, Neo 19 CO 20.00
Schrock, Hunter 20 IL 7.07
Shadley, Oscar 18 FL 29.17
Sicaeros, Troy 20 CA 9.09
Simmons, Hunter 18 VA 12.50
Sleeper, Landon 19 TX 8.99
Somerman, Mason 18 CA 16.05
Springer, Collin 18 SC 24.00
Starkey, Zak 19 CO 7.87
Sullivan, Austin 19 NY 17.65
Taylor, Steven JC TX 33.77
Tokos, Matthew 18 NV 31.43
Tokos, Michael 20 NV 15.73
Torres, Jacob 18 ID 19.23
Townsend, James 18 CA 17.95
Turner, Noah 18 NC 34.72
Villarreal, Tony 20 CA 15.85
Vines, Kent 18 NC 41.33
Vinson, Michael 18 IL 39.44
Vojvodich, Michael 18 VA 9.30
Voyles, Cole 18 TX 14.94
Wagner, William 19 GA 12.20
Walker, Jacob 18 MI 20.00
Walsh, Scott 18 NV 20.57
Watson, Brendan 18 IL 6.90
Wells, Andrew 20 CA 8.99
Weneta, Nathan 19 CA 34.18
White, Morgan 18 NV 10.71
Wiesbrook, Samuel 19 IL 10.84
Williams, Bailey 18 TN 12.22
Wilson, Braedy 19 OK 13.41
Wilson, Jax 18 TX 15.38
Winkle, Wyatt 18 CA 5.49
Wiysel, Joseph 19 AZ 8.89
Wojciechowski, Michael 19 OH 22.78
Worthen, Jackson 20 KY 11.25
Wright, Michael 20 GA 10.31
Yanagi, Peyton 18 HI 31.58

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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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RSI Scores from the GA Spring Camp (4/30/17)

Starting this spring, all Rubio Long Snapping camps will feature a shortened version of the VEGAS testing format. Once the Long Snapper has completed the test, they earn an RSI which is the fairest and most accurate way to judge a Long Snapper by numbers. Once you register, for a Rubio Long Snapping camp, a full, detailed explanation will be in your confirmation email.

Each Long Snapper will now be tested on The Rubio Long Snapping Target with one snap per section instead of three. Meaning, you get one regular snap, one block left, one block right, and one speed for both punt snaps and short snaps to total eight snaps. Therefore, at the end of testing, the RSI will be tripled to reveal the participants’ RSI for that particular camp. Trust me, I do get that a Regional Camp RSI will not be the exact same as a VEGAS Event RSI for several reasons (length of test, pressure of Vegas, etc.) but it will pretty darn close and definitely fair. 

The RSI is an excellent way for a participant to truly show how good of a Long Snapper they are as it balances the accuracy along with the speed of the ball, plus it will show how well the Long Snapper grows through each and every Rubio Long Snapping camp. Also, the RSI‘s will be posted on each Long Snappers profile after every camp they attend.  Please note: the RSI does not account for athleticism, spiral or mentality.

RSI‘s can range from zero to basically 80 (if a Long Snapper was to get a score 48 points and averaged .65 on their punt snaps). I believe the highest I have ever encountered is a 65.22 by Ross Reiter at The Rubio Long Snapping spring camp in AZ. The 12 finalists at VEGAS XXIX all had above 50’s on their RSI and that was a record. A 30 is usually pretty darn solid. 

Please Note: The RSI is not completely how your Rubio Long Snapping ranking will be calculated as there are many factors to being a great Long Snapper. The main things that each Long Snapper will be ranked on are the following:

  • Speed (should be less than .75 for a 15 yard punt snap)
  • Accuracy (all snaps should be in The Rubio Zone)
  • Consistency (a college coach is going to want to see how consistent you are with your speed…if you can snap a .75, your snaps should be right around there, well, consistently)
  • Mentality (how well do you handle pressure)
  • Athleticism (do you move well or does it look like you are in pain when moving)
  • Size (an ideal Long Snapper would be about 6’3″ and 235)
  • Spiral (does the ball look pretty, slice through the wind and easy to catch)
  • Blocking (will you be able to withstand a major college rush) If you have ever been to a Rubio Long Snapping Vegas Event, you know that one of the main parts of competition day is when each Long Snapper gets tested on The Rubio Long Snapping Target.

___________________________________________________________________

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 Comparisons between CA, NC, WA, TX, AZ, NJ, IL & GA

As you know by reading this blog, Rubio Long Snapping has adjusted the testing aspect of all regional camps this spring with the “introduction” of the RSI. I put “introduction” in quotes because RSI has been around for MANY years at the Rubio Long Snapping VEGAS Events but has just recently been worked into the regional camps to add continuity and to track the Long Snappers and their improvement.

For the first Rubio Long Snapping spring camp in CA, the RSI scores are shown here, the NC RSI scores are shown here, the WA RSI scores are here, the TX RSI scores are shown here, the AZ RSI scores are shown here , the NJ scores are shown here, IL are here and GA is shown here. Now that all eight camps have concluded, here are  the comparisons and contrasts between the geographical areas and their Long Snappers. With no more spring camps left, AZ is the champion of the spring RSI!

Click on pic below to have it enlarge for clarity…..

 

 

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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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RSI Scores from the IL Spring Camp


Starting this spring, all Rubio Long Snapping camps will feature a shortened version of the VEGAS testing format. Once the Long Snapper has completed the test, they earn an RSI which is the fairest and most accurate way to judge a Long Snapper by numbers. Once you register, for a Rubio Long Snapping camp, a full, detailed explanation will be in your confirmation email.

Each Long Snapper will now be tested on The Rubio Long Snapping Target with one snap per section instead of three. Meaning, you get one regular snap, one block left, one block right, and one speed for both punt snaps and short snaps to total eight snaps. Therefore, at the end of testing, the RSI will be tripled to reveal the participants’ RSI for that particular camp. Trust me, I do get that a Regional Camp RSI will not be the exact same as a VEGAS Event RSI for several reasons (length of test, pressure of Vegas, etc.) but it will pretty darn close and definitely fair. 

The RSI is an excellent way for a participant to truly show how good of a Long Snapper they are as it balances the accuracy along with the speed of the ball, plus it will show how well the Long Snapper grows through each and every Rubio Long Snapping camp. Also, the RSI‘s will be posted on each Long Snappers profile after every camp they attend.  Please note: the RSI does not account for athleticism, spiral or mentality.

RSI‘s can range from zero to basically 80 (if a Long Snapper was to get a score 48 points and averaged .65 on their punt snaps). I believe the highest I have ever encountered is a 65.22 by Ross Reiter at The Rubio Long Snapping spring camp in AZ. The 12 finalists at VEGAS XXIX all had above 50’s on their RSI and that was a record. A 30 is usually pretty darn solid. 

Please Note: The RSI is not completely how your Rubio Long Snapping ranking will be calculated as there are many factors to being a great Long Snapper. The main things that each Long Snapper will be ranked on are the following:

  • Speed (should be less than .75 for a 15 yard punt snap)
  • Accuracy (all snaps should be in The Rubio Zone)
  • Consistency (a college coach is going to want to see how consistent you are with your speed…if you can snap a .75, your snaps should be right around there, well, consistently)
  • Mentality (how well do you handle pressure)
  • Athleticism (do you move well or does it look like you are in pain when moving)
  • Size (an ideal Long Snapper would be about 6’3″ and 235)
  • Spiral (does the ball look pretty, slice through the wind and easy to catch)
  • Blocking (will you be able to withstand a major college rush) If you have ever been to a Rubio Long Snapping Vegas Event, you know that one of the main parts of competition day is when each Long Snapper gets tested on The Rubio Long Snapping Target.

___________________________________________________________________

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 Score Comparisons between CA, WA, NC, TX, NJ, AZ

As you know by reading this blog, Rubio Long Snapping has adjusted the testing aspect of all regional camps this spring with the “introduction” of the RSI. I put “introduction” in quotes because RSI has been around for MANY years at the Rubio Long Snapping VEGAS Events but has just recently been worked into the regional camps to add continuity and to track the Long Snappers and their improvement.

For the first Rubio Long Snapping spring camp in CA, the RSI scores are shown here, the NC RSI scores are shown here, the WA RSI scores are here, the TX RSI scores are shown here, the AZ RSI scores are shown here and the NJ scores are shown here. Now that six camps have concluded, here are  the comparisons and contrasts between the geographical areas and their Long Snappers. Only a couple of spring camps left to knock AZ off the top of the mountain…sorry CA, you held the title for some time but AZ has it now!

______________________________________________

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.

216

RSI Scores from the NJ Spring Camp (4/9/17)

Starting this spring, all Rubio Long Snapping camps will feature a shortened version of the VEGAS testing format. Once the Long Snapper has completed the test, they earn an RSI which is the fairest and most accurate way to judge a Long Snapper by numbers. Once you register, for a Rubio Long Snapping camp, a full, detailed explanation will be in your confirmation email.

Each Long Snapper will now be tested on The Rubio Long Snapping Target with one snap per section instead of three. Meaning, you get one regular snap, one block left, one block right, and one speed for both punt snaps and short snaps to total eight snaps. Therefore, at the end of testing, the RSI will be tripled to reveal the participants’ RSI for that particular camp. Trust me, I do get that a Regional Camp RSI will not be the exact same as a VEGAS Event RSI for several reasons (length of test, pressure of Vegas, etc.) but it will pretty darn close and definitely fair. 

The RSI is an excellent way for a participant to truly show how good of a Long Snapper they are as it balances the accuracy along with the speed of the ball, plus it will show how well the Long Snapper grows through each and every Rubio Long Snapping camp. Also, the RSI‘s will be posted on each Long Snappers profile after every camp they attend.  Please note: the RSI does not account for athleticism, spiral or mentality.

RSI‘s can range from zero to basically 80 (if a Long Snapper was to get a score 48 points and averaged .65 on their punt snaps). I believe the highest I have ever encountered a 60.61 by Kasey Kelleher at VEGAS XXIX. The 12 finalists at VEGAS XXIX all had above 50’s on their RSI and that was a record. A 30 is usually pretty darn solid. 

Please Note: The RSI is not completely how your Rubio Long Snapping ranking will be calculated as there are many factors to being a great Long Snapper. The main things that each Long Snapper will be ranked on are the following:

  • Speed (should be less than .75 for a 15 yard punt snap)
  • Accuracy (all snaps should be in The Rubio Zone)
  • Consistency (a college coach is going to want to see how consistent you are with your speed…if you can snap a .75, your snaps should be right around there, well, consistently)
  • Mentality (how well do you handle pressure)
  • Athleticism (do you move well or does it look like you are in pain when moving)
  • Size (an ideal Long Snapper would be about 6’3″ and 235)
  • Spiral (does the ball look pretty, slice through the wind and easy to catch)
  • Blocking (will you be able to withstand a major college rush) If you have ever been to a Rubio Long Snapping Vegas Event, you know that one of the main parts of competition day is when each Long Snapper gets tested on The Rubio Long Snapping Target.

___________________________________________________________________

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 Comparison Between CA, NC, WA & TX

As you know by reading this blog, Rubio Long Snapping has adjusted the testing aspect of all regional camps this spring with the “introduction” of the RSI. I put “introduction” in quotes because RSI has been around for MANY years at the Rubio Long Snapping VEGAS Events but has just recently been worked into the regional camps to add continuity and to track the Long Snappers and their improvement.

For the first Rubio Long Snapping spring camp in CA, the RSI scores are shown here, the NC RSI scores are shown her, the WA RSI scores are here and the TX RSI scores are shown here. Now that four camps have concluded, here are  the comparisons and contrasts between the three geographical areas and their Long Snappers. Only a couple of spring camps left to knock CA off the top of the mountain!

______________________________________________

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 the TX Spring Camp (3/26/17)

NAME YEAR STATE RSI Class
Adams, Brayden 18 LA 6.74 2018
Baker, Thad 21 TX 0 2021 – 2024
Battles, Karsten 18 TX 45.21 2018
Bergeron, Johnny 20 LA 9 2020
Bourque, Phillip 20 LA 3.37 2020
Brousssard, Grayson 18 LA 13.64 2018
Brown, Peter 20 TX 9.47 2020
Caldwell, Noah 17 TX 21.69 2017 – JC
Callier, Jarrett 20 TX 6 2020
Cantrell, Caleb 17 TX 19.48 2017 – JC
Chism, Eli 20 TX 25.81 2020
Clore, Christopher 17 TX 32 2017 – JC
Clore, Zachary 20 TX 9 2020
Curreri, Connor 19 TX 3 2019
Curtin, Jack 20 TX 19.78 2020
Dempsey, Jay 19 TX 31.76 2019
Eckert, Alec 21 ID 9.28 2021 – 2024
Edwards, Zach 18 TX 21.95 2018
Eldridge, Jake 23 TX 0 2021 – 2024
Erwin, Dylan 22 TX 3 2021 – 2024
Farris, John 19 TX 13.9 2019
Fisher, Jack 18 TX 18.95 2018
Fleming, Trevor 17 LA 34.62 2017 – JC
Foggia, Jake 20 NJ 9.18 2020
Gibson, Evan 18 LA 30.77 2018
Gilbreath, Jack 20 AR 9.28 2020
Guerrero, Landon 17 LA 3.13 2017 – JC
Hall, Dillon 15 TX 20 2017 – JC
Harris, Cameron 18 TX 9.38 2018
Hayes, Dillon 18 TX 44.32 2018
Hinojosa, Alex 18 TX 3.09 2018
Hood, Hayden 19 TX 21.18 2019
Hooker, Blake 20 TX 18.52 2020
Hutyra, Justin 18 TX 12.77 2018
Knape, Coltin 20 OK 6 2020
Lewis, Zachary 20 TX 0 2020
Love, Mario 18 MS 3.06 2018
McCormack, Nate 19 TX 18.18 2019
McFarland, Jackson 20 LA 9.47 2020
McKelvy, William 20 OK 0 2020
Medrano, David 19 TX 28.92 2019
Morgan, Cody 15 CT 9 2017 – JC
Morrison, Andrew 17 TX 14.29 2017 – JC
Murry, Max 19 AR 6.74 2019
Pagel, Jake 17 TX 37.5 2017 – JC
Pallissard, Turner 18 IL 6.38 2018
Pierce, Oden 21 LA 3 2021 – 2024
Raines, John 18 MS 30.77 2018
Rey, Ryan 18 TX 0 2018
Rizzo, Luke 19 TX 30 2019
Rubio, Tre 18 TX 18.75 2018
Sartor, Stayton 18 TX 30 2018
Sleeper, JT 21 TX 9 2021 – 2024
Sleeper, Landon 19 TX 17.65 2019
Sparks, Cayden 19 TX 9.18 2019
Springer, Tyler 18 TX 14.29 2018
Staring, Mitchell 18 TX 3.23 2018
Stoneking, Chris 18 TX 16.67 2018
Taylor, Steven 16 TX 7.23 2017 – JC
Thompson, Clay 18 AR 12 2018
Vosburgh, Gavyn 21 TX 0 2021 – 2024
Voyles, Cole 18 TX 15.19 2018
Warn, Pierce 17 OK 3.23 2017 – JC
Waxler, Noah 19 TX 6.19 2019
Wiesbrook, Samuel 19 IL 14.29 2019
Wiginton, Haydon 21 TX 6.25 2021 – 2024
Wilson, Braedy 19 OK 0 2019
Wilson, Jax 18 TX 52.7 2018
Wiltcher, Dylan 20 TX 9.57 2020
Wise, Drew 17 KS 20 2017 – JC
Wolf, Chad 19 TX 6 2019

Starting this spring, all Rubio Long Snapping camps will feature a shortened version of the VEGAS testing format. Once the Long Snapper has completed the test, they earn an RSI which is the fairest and most accurate way to judge a Long Snapper by numbers. Once you register, for a Rubio Long Snapping camp, a full, detailed explanation will be in your confirmation email.

Each Long Snapper will now be tested on The Rubio Long Snapping Target with one snap per section instead of three. Meaning, you get one regular snap, one block left, one block right, and one speed for both punt snaps and short snaps to total eight snaps. Therefore, at the end of testing, the RSI will be tripled to reveal the participants’ RSI for that particular camp. Trust me, I do get that a Regional Camp RSI will not be the exact same as a VEGAS Event RSI for several reasons (length of test, pressure of Vegas, etc.) but it will pretty darn close and definitely fair. 

The RSI is an excellent way for a participant to truly show how good of a Long Snapper they are as it balances the accuracy along with the speed of the ball, plus it will show how well the Long Snapper grows through each and every Rubio Long Snapping camp. Also, the RSI‘s will be posted on each Long Snappers profile after every camp they attend.  Please note: the RSI does not account for athleticism, spiral or mentality.

RSI‘s can range from zero to basically 80 (if a Long Snapper was to get a score 48 points and averaged .65 on their punt snaps). I believe the highest I have ever encountered a 60.61 by Kasey Kelleher at VEGAS XXIX. The 12 finalists at VEGAS XXIX all had above 50’s on their RSI and that was a record. A 30 is usually pretty darn solid. 

Please Note: The RSI is not completely how your Rubio Long Snapping ranking will be calculated as there are many factors to being a great Long Snapper. The main things that each Long Snapper will be ranked on are the following:

  • Speed (should be less than .75 for a 15 yard punt snap)
  • Accuracy (all snaps should be in The Rubio Zone)
  • Consistency (a college coach is going to want to see how consistent you are with your speed…if you can snap a .75, your snaps should be right around there, well, consistently)
  • Mentality (how well do you handle pressure)
  • Athleticism (do you move well or does it look like you are in pain when moving)
  • Size (an ideal Long Snapper would be about 6’3″ and 235)
  • Spiral (does the ball look pretty, slice through the wind and easy to catch)
  • Blocking (will you be able to withstand a major college rush) If you have ever been to a Rubio Long Snapping Vegas Event, you know that one of the main parts of competition day is when each Long Snapper gets tested on The Rubio Long Snapping Target.

___________________________________________________________________

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.

327

RSI Scores Comparison Between CA, NC & WA

As you know by reading this blog, Rubio Long Snapping has adjusted the testing aspect of all regional camps this spring with the “introduction” of the RSI. I put “introduction” in quotes because RSI has been around for MANY years at the Rubio Long Snapping VEGAS Events but has just recently been worked into the regional camps to add continuity and to track the Long Snappers and their improvement.

For the first Rubio Long Snapping spring camp in CA, the RSI scores are shown here, the NC RSI scores are shown here and the WA RSI scores are here. Now that three camps have concluded, here are  the comparisons and contrasts between the three geographical areas and their Long Snappers. This is getting VERY interesting! Here you go….


 

 

 

 

 

 

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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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RSI Scores from the WA Spring Camp (3/19/17)

Babcock, Justin 18 OR 15.00 2018
Black, Dylan 19 NV 28.57 2019
Bonifacio, Ethan 19 WA 10.23 2019
Carrier, Caleb 20 CAN 10.34 2020
Claridge, Devin 21 WA 0 2021 – 2024
Clements, Cody 17 WA 40.54 2017 – JC
Decaprio, Anna 22 WA 17.65 2021 – 2024
Durr, James 19 WA 0 2019
Dvorchik, Evan 18 FL 24 2018
Dyer, Kellen 18 ID 15.58 2018
Eckert, Alec 21 ID 30.34 2021 – 2024
Gately, Gavin 19 OR 0 2019
Gorski, Blake 22 WA 0 2021 – 2024
Green, Bradley 18 WA 9.68 2018
Hawkins, Kameron 20 CA 39.76 2020
Higham, Hunter 23 ID 3.06 2021 – 2024
Hirsch, Josiah 19 OR 2019
Jenkis, Zack 17 WA 3.53 2017 – JC
Landes, Cameron 20 WA 10.98 2020
Laurin, Jack 20 CAN 9.57 2020
Laveroni, Anthony 17 WA 2017 – JC
Luce, Spencer 18 WA 11.39 2018
Maycumber, Drew 19 WA 9.89 2019
McPheron, Flynn 18 WA 32.26 2018
Montoya, Jacob 19 NM 2019
Phillips, Crewe 19 ID 12.00 2019
Pibal, Grayson 20 OR 9.89 2020
Plieth, Jackson 22 WA 2021 – 2024
Rogers, Seth 18 CAN 21.43 2018
Sather, Neo 19 CO 9.47 2019
Schumock, Ben 20 WA 6.52 2020
Torres, Jacob 18 ID 2018
Wright, Jake 19 WA 13.79 2019


Starting this spring, all Rubio Long Snapping camps will feature a shortened version of the VEGAS testing format. Once the Long Snapper has completed the test, they earn an RSI which is the fairest and most accurate way to judge a Long Snapper by numbers. Once you register, for a Rubio Long Snapping camp, a full, detailed explanation will be in your confirmation email.

Each Long Snapper will now be tested on The Rubio Long Snapping Target with one snap per section instead of three. Meaning, you get one regular snap, one block left, one block right, and one speed for both punt snaps and short snaps to total eight snaps. Therefore, at the end of testing, the RSI will be tripled to reveal the participants’ RSI for that particular camp. Trust me, I do get that a Regional Camp RSI will not be the exact same as a VEGAS Event RSI for several reasons (length of test, pressure of Vegas, etc.) but it will pretty darn close and definitely fair. 

The RSI is an excellent way for a participant to truly show how good of a Long Snapper they are as it balances the accuracy along with the speed of the ball, plus it will show how well the Long Snapper grows through each and every Rubio Long Snapping camp. Also, the RSI‘s will be posted on each Long Snappers profile after every camp they attend.  Please note: the RSI does not account for athleticism, spiral or mentality.

RSI‘s can range from zero to basically 80 (if a Long Snapper was to get a score 48 points and averaged .65 on their punt snaps). I believe the highest I have ever encountered a 60.61 by Kasey Kelleher at VEGAS XXIX. The 12 finalists at VEGAS XXIX all had above 50’s on their RSI and that was a record. A 30 is usually pretty darn solid. 

Please Note: The RSI is not completely how your Rubio Long Snapping ranking will be calculated as there are many factors to being a great Long Snapper. The main things that each Long Snapper will be ranked on are the following:

  • Speed (should be less than .75 for a 15 yard punt snap)
  • Accuracy (all snaps should be in The Rubio Zone)
  • Consistency (a college coach is going to want to see how consistent you are with your speed…if you can snap a .75, your snaps should be right around there, well, consistently)
  • Mentality (how well do you handle pressure)
  • Athleticism (do you move well or does it look like you are in pain when moving)
  • Size (an ideal Long Snapper would be about 6’3″ and 235)
  • Spiral (does the ball look pretty, slice through the wind and easy to catch)
  • Blocking (will you be able to withstand a major college rush) If you have ever been to a Rubio Long Snapping Vegas Event, you know that one of the main parts of competition day is when each Long Snapper gets tested on The Rubio Long Snapping Target.

___________________________________________________________________

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.

137

RSI Score Comparisons Between CA & NC

As you know by reading this blog, Rubio Long Snapping has adjusted the testing aspect of all regional camps this spring with the “introduction” of the RSI. I put “introduction” in quotes because RSI has been around for MANY years at the Rubio Long Snapping VEGAS Events but has just recently been worked into the regional camps to add continuity and to track the Long Snappers and their improvement.

For the first Rubio Long Snapping spring camp in CA, the RSI scores are shown here and the NC RSI scores are shown here. Now that two camps have concluded, I wanted to start comparing and contrasting two geographical areas and their Long Snappers. This could get VERY interesting! Here you go….

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Overall winners of their respective camps were Simon Samarzich and Drew Little. Both are only sophomores!
___________________________________________________________________

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 the NC Spring Camp (3/12)

Albright, Will 3.26086956521739
Allen, Nathan 0
Aloni, Matthew 14.8148148148148
Assel, Brock 37.5
Barton, Will 13.7931034482759
Becker, Hunter 37.0786516853933
Bradshaw, Andrew 6.12244897959184
Brannock, Aaron 12.2448979591837
Butler, Benjamin 0
Cesta, Domenic 12.9032258064516
Cesta, Mark 0
Chamblee. Zach 0
Cobb, William 3.125
Corley, Trey 0
Crowley, Liam 0
Culbertson, Ryan 29.2682926829268
Davis, Colby 0
DeLuke, Sam 20.6896551724138
Duffey, Brett 15.625
Durschlag, Max 27.6315789473684
Eimer, Bryce 12.5
Eury, Marshall 28
Finklea, Graham 9.375
Floyd, Byron 9.09090909090909
Gable, Trey 30.7692307692308
Gannon, Matthew 3.44827586206897
Gilbert, Zane 6.06060606060606
Golden, Maddie 49.3150684931507
Griffith, Peter 16.1290322580645
Hadley, Jack 59.1549295774648
Hall, Mitch 45.5696202531646

Harper, Alex 13.6363636363636
Harper, Reed 15
Hawkins, Gentry 0
Heath, Tripp 3.57142857142857
Hosford, Luke 6.52173913043478
Howard, Bennett 3.2258064516129
Jenkins, Parker 13.1868131868132
Johnstone, Christian 6.89655172413793
Jones. Stewart 3.15789473684211
Karres, Garrett 6.38297872340426
Keaton, Carson 3
King, Kenneth 0
Kinlaw, Connor 3
Kinsley, Zachary 0
Kochov, Shai 0
Lancaster, Logan 0
Lawson, Erik 10.8433734939759
Little, Drew 52.7027027027027
McCoy, Will 12.3711340206186
McKinney, Levi 14.1176470588235
McManus, Eric 0
McPherson, Charles 14.4578313253012
Mitchell, Will 15
Moore, McRae 9.09090909090909
Morh, Jack 0
Morton, John 9.67741935483871
Mosier, Austin 0
Neville, Trent 6.31578947368421
Nicholas, Ty 3
O’Keefe, Thomas 0
Ortiz, Antonio 46.7532467532468
Ortiz, Marco 25
Owens, Grayson 0
Patterson, CJ 0
Payne, Luke 9.67741935483871
Purcell, Ryan 10.1123595505618
Rauton, Jack 6.38297872340426
Reeves, Austin 42.8571428571429
Roberts, Ethan 9.27835051546392
Robertson, Corbin 18.0722891566265
Scott, Ethan 3
Seets, Colin 0
Setliff, Cole 0
Shadley, Oscar 25.9259259259259
Sharpe, Weston 3
Shirley, Ben 15.3846153846154
Short, Cooper 33.3333333333333
Simmons, Gabe 13.4831460674157
Simmons, Hunter 3.52941176470588
Sivore, Tim 0
Springer, Collin 18.0722891566265
Todd, Carson 0
Turner, Austin 9.375
Turner, Noah 22.7848101265823
Vines, Kent 11.5384615384615
Vojvodich, Michael 13.953488372093
Williams, Bailey 3.40909090909091
Williams, Mason 0
Wilson, Shane 6.66666666666667

Starting this spring, all Rubio Long Snapping camps will feature a shortened version of the VEGAS testing format. Once the Long Snapper has completed the test, they earn an RSI which is the fairest and most accurate way to judge a Long Snapper by numbers. Once you register, for a Rubio Long Snapping camp, a full, detailed explanation will be in your confirmation email.
Each Long Snapper will now be tested on The Rubio Long Snapping Target with one snap per section instead of three. Meaning, you get one regular snap, one block left, one block right, and one speed for both punt snaps and short snaps to total eight snaps. Therefore, at the end of testing, the RSI will be tripled to reveal the participants’ RSI for that particular camp. Trust me, I do get that a Regional Camp RSI will not be the exact same as a VEGAS Event RSI for several reasons (length of test, pressure of Vegas, etc.) but it will pretty darn close and definitely fair.
The RSI is an excellent way for a participant to truly show how good of a Long Snapper they are as it balances the accuracy along with the speed of the ball, plus it will show how well the Long Snapper grows through each and every Rubio Long Snapping camp. Also, the RSI‘s will be posted on each Long Snappers profile after every camp they attend. Please note: the RSI does not account for athleticism, spiral or mentality.
RSI‘s can range from zero to basically 80 (if a Long Snapper was to get a score 48 points and averaged .65 on their punt snaps). I believe the highest I have ever encountered a 60.61 by Kasey Kelleher at VEGAS XXIX. The 12 finalists at VEGAS XXIX all had above 50’s on their RSI and that was a record. A 30 is usually pretty darn solid.
Please Note: The RSI is not completely how your Rubio Long Snapping ranking will be calculated as there are many factors to being a great Long Snapper. The main things that each Long Snapper will be ranked on are the following:
-Speed (should be less than .75 for a 15 yard punt snap)
-Accuracy (all snaps should be in The Rubio Zone)
-Consistency (a college coach is going to want to see how consistent you are with your speed…if you can snap a .75, your snaps should be right around there, well, consistently)
-Mentality (how well do you handle pressure)
-Athleticism (do you move well or does it look like you are in pain when moving)
-Size (an ideal Long Snapper would be about 6’3″ and 235)
-Spiral (does the ball look pretty, slice through the wind and easy to catch)
-Blocking (will you be able to withstand a major college rush) If you have ever been to a Rubio Long Snapping Vegas Event, you know that one of the main parts of competition day is when each Long Snapper gets tested on The Rubio Long Snapping Target.
___________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________
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.
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.

295

RSI Scores from CA Spring Camp (3/5/17)

Aguilar, Ryan 19 CA 35.06
Bedell, Derek 19 CA 39.47
Bentley, Brendan 18 NV 55.71
Black, Dylan 19 NV 30.43
Blackburn, Jack 19 CA
Bowden, Peter 19 CA 28.00
Brummer, Waide 18 CA 60.00
Cervantes, Gabriel 18 CA 44.12
Chesney, Kurt 22 CA 7.32
Dixon, Danny 19 CA 27.59
Domingo, Andrew 18 CA 10.71
Dumas, Matthew 23 TX
Eleopoulos, Alex 22 CA 12.77
Estrada, Aaron 20 CA 54.55
Feldermann, Jamie 21 CA 41.25
Flores, Leo 19 CA 6.19
Fuentes, Johnny 17 CA 38.03
Garcia, Jacob 20 CA 32.43
George, Brad 19 IL 22.50
Gonneville, Andrew 19 CA 18.52
Greenway, Kyler 19 CA
Greep, JT 21 CA
Hall, Nathan 20 CA 9.09
Hansen, Travis 19 CA 3.06
Hawkins, Kameron 20 CA 17.24
Hoffman, Harrison JC CA 27.63
Hooper, Jesse 18 UT 7.06
Howard, Eddie 18 CA 9.68
Howell, Noah 18 CA 14.12
Hughes, Jack 18 CA 9.68
Ingvoldsen, Kace 19 CA 3.00
Johnson, Ty 22 CA 7.59
Kent, Chris 21 CA
La Brie, Cole 19 CA
Lau, Dean 19 CA 3.53
Lindsay, JJ 19 CA 6.67
Livingston, Aidan 19 CA 10.71
Lopez, Mateo 20 CA
Luna, Asher 19 CA 6.59
Manheim, Toby 24 CA 6.74
McCowan, Ryan 18 CA 10.71
Mitsuda, Jonthan 19 CA
Mora, John 20 CA
Morris, Justin 19 CA 15.31
Munoz, Michael 20 CA 6.59
Napper, Mason 19 GA 15.58
Nelson, Chancellor JC CA 18.07
Nieland, Max 18 CA 19.48
Osthus, Luke 20 CA 19.15
Perez, Ricardo 18 CA 3.00
Perez, Ricardo-Esteban 19 CA 3.00
Peterson, Ty 18 CA 12.24
Petrucci, Kyle 18 CA 30.38
Raab, Jacob 18 CA 12.90
Rech, Wyatt

Revell, John

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CA

CA

17.65

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Rhodes, Matthew 19 CA
Rodriguez-Trammel, Noah 17 CA 25.00
Rovetti, Nick 17 CA 12.24
Rubio, Cruz 20 CA 3.49
Samarzich, Simon 19 CA 56.00
Sicaeros, Troy 20 CA 3.30
Simmons, Reed 19 CA 6.45
Skidmore, Brett 19 CA
Somerman, Mason 18 CA 17.24
Stevens, Scott 15 CA 23.38
Talamaivao, Cody 19 CA 6.90
Tamayo, Adrian 19 CA 38.46
Tobias, Jack 18 CA 3.33
Tokos, Matthew 18 NV 6.59
Tokos, Michael 20 NV
Townsend, James 18 CA 17.44
Vasquez, Jesse 19 CA 6.45
Villareal, Tony 20 CA 29.35
Walsh, Scott 18 NV 30.68
Wells, Andrew 20 CA 6.25
Weneta, Nathan 19 CA 49.32
White, Cody 20 CA 3.26
Williams, Tanner 18 CA 13.33


Starting this spring, all Rubio Long Snapping camps will feature a shortened version of the VEGAS testing format. Once the Long Snapper has completed the test, they earn an RSI which is the fairest and most accurate way to judge a Long Snapper by numbers. Once you register, for a Rubio Long Snapping camp, a full, detailed explanation will be in your confirmation email.

Each Long Snapper will now be tested on The Rubio Long Snapping Target with one snap per section instead of three. Meaning, you get one regular snap, one block left, one block right, and one speed for both punt snaps and short snaps to total eight snaps. Therefore, at the end of testing, the RSI will be tripled to reveal the participants’ RSI for that particular camp. Trust me, I do get that a Regional Camp RSI will not be the exact same as a VEGAS Event RSI for several reasons (length of test, pressure of Vegas, etc.) but it will pretty darn close and definitely fair. 

The RSI is an excellent way for a participant to truly show how good of a Long Snapper they are as it balances the accuracy along with the speed of the ball, plus it will show how well the Long Snapper grows through each and every Rubio Long Snapping camp. Also, the RSI‘s will be posted on each Long Snappers profile after every camp they attend.  Please note: the RSI does not account for athleticism, spiral or mentality.

RSI‘s can range from zero to basically 80 (if a Long Snapper was to get a score 48 points and averaged .65 on their punt snaps). I believe the highest I have ever encountered a 60.61 by Kasey Kelleher at VEGAS XXIX. The 12 finalists at VEGAS XXIX all had above 50’s on their RSI and that was a record. A 30 is usually pretty darn solid. 

Please Note: The RSI is not completely how your Rubio Long Snapping ranking will be calculated as there are many factors to being a great Long Snapper. The main things that each Long Snapper will be ranked on are the following:

  • Speed (should be less than .75 for a 15 yard punt snap)
  • Accuracy (all snaps should be in The Rubio Zone)
  • Consistency (a college coach is going to want to see how consistent you are with your speed…if you can snap a .75, your snaps should be right around there, well, consistently)
  • Mentality (how well do you handle pressure)
  • Athleticism (do you move well or does it look like you are in pain when moving)
  • Size (an ideal Long Snapper would be about 6’3″ and 235)
  • Spiral (does the ball look pretty, slice through the wind and easy to catch)
  • Blocking (will you be able to withstand a major college rush) If you have ever been to a Rubio Long Snapping Vegas Event, you know that one of the main parts of competition day is when each Long Snapper gets tested on The Rubio Long Snapping Target.

___________________________________________________________________

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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