VEGAS XXIX RSI Scores

Here, in alphabetical order, are the RSI scores from VEGAS XXIX! The top 12 scorers (found in bold below) advanced to the finals.

All Long Snappers were tested on The Rubio Target. Each Long Snapper was tested on 12 punt snaps where they had three normal snaps, three blocking left, three blocking right, three speed punt snaps (running in from the side and have three seconds to get the ball off once their feet are set) and 12 pat snaps where they had three normal snaps, three blocking left, three blocking right, three speed punt snaps (running in from the side and have three seconds to get the ball off once their feet are set). 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. Please note: the RSI does not account for athleticism, spiral or mentality.

RSI (Rubio Standard Index): The RSI is the score divided by the average speed on The Rubio Target. You may obtain 2 bonus points for an average of .75-.79, 2 more bonus points for an average of .70-.74 and an additional 2 more bonus points if you average below .70.

VEGAS XXIX Groups

 

NAME

RSI

Abrell, Erik

36.00

Aguilar, Ryan

34.67

Allen, Cody

 DNP 

Aloni, Matthew

43.06

Anderson, Koltin

 DNP 

Anthony, Enzo

36.36

Appio, Zachary

17.72

Applefield, Alex

15.66

Arroyo, Ross

5.38

Assel, Brock

54.79

Babcock, Justin

12.79

Baker, Braxton

26.19

Baldeck, Matt

32.43

Bareis, Will

7.78

Bastuga, Michael

17.35

Battles, Karsten

44.44

Beattie, Brendan

32.91

Becker, Chad

9.41

Becker, Hunter

48.72

Bedell, Derek

18.07

Bennett, Codey

4.82

Bentley, Brendan

51.39

Bergeron, Johnny

8.70

Betten, Lucas

17.50

Black, Dylan

17.44

Boan, Andrew

2.00

Boan, David

11.63

Boudreaux, Murphy

17.28

Bourque, Phillip

19.77

Bouwens, Bryce

51.32

Bowden, Peter

16.87

Bowles, Michael

10.20

Bozanich, Ryan

16.85

Broussard, Grayson

12.79

Bursell, John

 DNP 

Burson, Hunter

17.65

Cahill, Kevin

21.95

Calcagno, Joe

22.86

Caldwell, Noah

 DNP 

Campbell, Gavin

23.17

Cannon, Zach

23.26

Casasante, Jac

39.71

Casillas, Mark

20.51

Castano, Zac

27.71

Castro, Dylan

22.54

Cervantes, Gabriel

7.50

Cesta, Domenic

20.24

Chason, Bryce

 DNP 

Chestnut, George

9.88

Christensen, Kyle

12.50

Clark, Jayden

21.33

Clements, Cody

39.73

Clore, Chris

35.14

Cobb, William

8.42

Cognetti, Dustin

13.64

Coulson, Bryce

 DNP 

Covan, AJ

45.07

Crabtree, Kevin

49.30

Culbertson, Ryan

 DNP 

Derosier, Charles

49.33

Dixon, Danny

18.07

Domingo, Andrew

28.21

Dragna, Andrea

13.41

Drevno, Zack

38.89

Dunagan, Payton

25.97

Durham, Nate

52.94

Durr, James

4.82

Durschlag, Max

35.62

Dvorchik, Evan

25.00

Dyer, Kellen

17.78

Edwards, Zach

15.66

Elmore, Luke

20.00

Estrada, Aaron

17.57

Eury, Marshall

13.58

Farris, John

9.68

Fiene, Robert

40.28

Fontana, Alexander

23.38

Fridolfs, Hunter

15.00

Fuentes, Johnny

34.25

Gable, Trey

38.36

Gaines, Ron

36.11

Gambs, Charles

18.75

Gannon, Matthew

17.07

Garcia, Jacob

28.95

Garcia, Matt

34.52

Gates, Breck

 DNP 

George, Brad

17.65

Gibbs, Kyle

45.07

Gibson, Evan

39.73

Gibson, Jake

35.14

Gill, Tuck

52.78

Golden, Maddie

28.99

Gonneville, Andrew

13.75

Green, Steven

17.28

Grotelueschen, Trent

17.95

Guillemette, Adam

21.79

Hadley, Jack

51.43

Hahn, Derek

36.36

Hall, Dillon

16.47

Hall, Mitch

54.79

Hall, Nathan

23.33

Hallacy, Brendan

13.25

Halper, Jack

43.48

Hanken, Will

 DNP 

Hankins, Justyce

19.74

Hanstein, Hunter

12.05

Hatcher, Philip

13.95

Hathoot, Justin

51.47

Hawkins, Kameron

30.59

Hayes, Dillon

55.41

Heffel, Zach

14.12

Hembrough, Matt

33.33

Higgins, Grant

21.62

Hinders, Ross

29.33

Hirsch, Josiah

10.98

Hoffman, Harrison

32.43

Hood, Hayden

38.24

Hooker, Blake

27.27

Hooper, Devon

15.00

Hooper, Jesse

23.68

Howell, Noah

13.41

Hudak, Ethan

17.86

Hudgins, Frank

23.53

Hughes, Jack

 DNP 

Hughes, Joseph

7.22

Jacobson, Jarrod

32.05

James, Clay

29.49

Jenkins, Eli

 DNP 

Jenkins, Zach

19.28

Jennings, Evan

18.89

Johnson, Logan

6.38

Johnson, Nico

21.25

Johnstone, Christian

16.87

Kaye, Griffin

9.09

Keaton, Tyler

24.36

Kelleher, Kasey

60.61

Kent, Chris

4.00

Key, Jarrett

36.84

King, Cameron

12.50

King, Gage

15.48

King, Zach

16.30

Kobs, Josh

 DNP 

La Rouche, Conor

9.09

Landherr, Jack

12.94

Langan, Ryan

35.14

Lassiter, Zach

31.88

Lau, Dean

14.67

Lawless, Paul

21.18

Lawver, Caleb

38.16

Lindsay, JJ

20.00

Lipel, Jonah

 DNP 

Little, Drew

51.35

Livingston, Aidan

22.22

Long, Alex

 DNP 

Long, Cade

36.49

Mac Donald, Logan

12.35

Maningo, Zane

 DNP 

Manning, Dillon

24.68

Mayo, Darryl

23.29

McCaffrey, Chris

16.28

McCauley, Declan

7.69

McCauley, Jack

27.16

McCormack, Nate

22.22

McCracken, Zane

7.06

McCullough, Roen

36.11

McCully, TJ

15.38

McInerney, Patrick

20.00

McPherson, Chase

13.64

Melgarejo, Frank

25.61

Michaelsen, Alex

30.99

Milliron, Brennen

25.00

Mimoun, Jacob

22.97

Mitchell, Will

8.33

Montoya, Jacob

14.77

Morton, John

21.43

Moses, Chandler

24.36

Mosier, Austin

3.26

Munoz, Michael

6.38

Nelson, Chancelor

41.33

Newsome, Matthew

13.58

Nieland, Max

34.21

Noth, Devin

39.13

O’Connor, Kyle

50.68

O’Steen, Brian

12.79

Ortega, Austin

17.65

Osthus, Luke

       –   

Pagel, Jake

50.75

Pak, Aidan

14.61

Pallissard, Turner

11.90

Palmer, Blaise

6.67

Palmer, Dallas

27.71

Payne, Luke

21.25

Pedrozo, Jude

 DNP 

Petrucci, Kyle

43.24

Pfeiffer, Cayson

24.68

Pickett, Coy

17.11

Plattner, Randen

26.67

Prevette, Davis

5.00

Pugh, Gabriel

33.33

Purcell, Ryan

14.44

Raines, John

34.72

Rea, Brian

13.54

Reeves, Austin

40.00

Reiter, Ross

60.00

Reynoso, Raymond

39.47

Rhodes, Matthew

12.79

Riddle, Campbell

31.17

Riggs, Austin

23.46

Rizzo, Luke

17.11

Robertson, Corbin

27.85

Rodriquez -Trammell, Noah

27.63

Rosenberry, James

57.58

Rossback, Nolan

2.06

Rovetti, Nicholas

22.35

Rubio, Tre

 DNP 

Rudolph, Jake

28.77

Sage, Maxwell

12.64

Samarzich, Simon

55.07

Sanchez, Jaden

18.42

Sather, Neo

15.73

Satnan, Chaz

 DNP 

Schwindt, Cody

12.99

Serapiglia, Dom

34.25

Shadley, Oscar

38.46

Sharp, Aidan

21.52

Shaw, Tyler

10.71

Shefland, DJ

18.92

Shimko, Joseph

10.00

Shirley, Ben

17.81

Short, Cooper

35.62

Shottenkirk, Kaleb

10.00

Simmons, Reed

13.95

Sivore, Timothy

25.93

Skinner, Quentin

60.29

Sleeper, JT

2.06

Sleeper, Landon

15.12

Snyder, Hayden

16.30

Springer, Tyler

22.22

Stewart, Cole

12.35

Stover, Will

40.63

Suter, Rhys

 DNP 

Suzuki, Joshua

21.92

Symes, Kyle

5.68

Szczesniak, Patrick

13.95

Tamayo, Adrian

20.48

Taylor, Billy

48.48

Taylor, Steven

38.16

Thayer, Ace

16.67

Thomas, Karson

51.47

Tibbetts, Nick

24.36

Tokos, Matthew

18.67

Tokos, Michael

7.22

Toothman, Andrew

50.00

Townsend, James

25.33

Tucker, Wyatt

19.48

Turner, Noah

44.29

Twining, Jacob

 DNP 

Van Der Brink, Dylan

20.00

Vance, Ryder

21.52

Vasquez, Jesse

18.18

Vega, JC

18.60

Villarreal, Tony

34.94

Vines, Kent

43.42

Vinson, Michael

18.99

Vojvodich, Michael

12.05

Voyles, Cole

20.51

Wagner, William

33.75

Walker, Jacob

42.47

Walker, Ryan

6.38

Walsh, George

11.25

Walsh, Ryan

21.25

Walsh, Scott

24.00

Warn, Pierce

23.08

Warren, Ethan

17.86

Washburn, Johnathan

17.50

Watson, Brendan

18.07

Wells, Andrew

6.67

Wells, Ethan

10.47

Weneta, Nathan

33.33

White, Cody

14.12

White, Justin

25.29

Whitfield, Chase

24.14

Williams, Bailey

15.12

Williams, Tanner

14.77

Willis, Ethan

24.00

Wise, Drew

42.03

Wiysel, Joseph

11.11

Wojciechowski, Mike

22.92

Wood, Camren

32.00

Worthen, Jackson

28.05

Yanagi, Peyton

16.46

Yeager, Grayson

25.61

Zuhr, Jacob

16.05

 

___________________________________________________________________

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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VEGAS XXIX 40 Yard Dash Times

Below are the 40 yard dash times from the VEGAS XXIX Event that took place on January 14th-15th, 2017. Athletes are listed in alphabetical order.

VEGAS XXIX Groups

 

NAME

40 Time

Abrell, Erik

5.43

Aguilar, Ryan

5.28

Allen, Cody

 DNP 

Aloni, Matthew

5.77

Anderson, Koltin

 DNP 

Anthony, Enzo

5.89

Appio, Zachary

5.06

Applefield, Alex

5.82

Arroyo, Ross

6.09

Assel, Brock

5.52

Babcock, Justin

4.84

Baker, Braxton

5.55

Baldeck, Matt

5.43

Bareis, Will

5.80

Bastuga, Michael

6.97

Battles, Karsten

5.32

Beattie, Brendan

5.11

Becker, Chad

5.22

Becker, Hunter

6.65

Bedell, Derek

5.59

Bennett, Codey

5.31

Bentley, Brendan

5.45

Bergeron, Johnny

6.41

Betten, Lucas

5.37

Black, Dylan

5.08

Boan, Andrew

5.86

Boan, David

5.39

Boudreaux, Murphy

5.27

Bourque, Phillip

6.07

Bouwens, Bryce

 DNP 

Bowden, Peter

5.36

Bowles, Michael

6.89

Bozanich, Ryan

5.12

Broussard, Grayson

5.86

Bursell, John

 DNP 

Burson, Hunter

5.22

Cahill, Kevin

5.22

Calcagno, Joe

5.35

Caldwell, Noah

 DNP 

Campbell, Gavin

5.15

Cannon, Zach

5.48

Casasante, Jac

4.75

Casillas, Mark

5.68

Castano, Zac

4.96

Castro, Dylan

5.91

Cervantes, Gabriel

5.60

Cesta, Domenic

5.16

Chason, Bryce

 DNP 

Chestnut, George

5.50

Christensen, Kyle

5.81

Clark, Jayden

5.21

Clements, Cody

5.98

Clore, Chris

5.43

Cobb, William

5.41

Cognetti, Dustin

5.51

Coulson, Bryce

 DNP 

Covan, AJ

5.51

Crabtree, Kevin

5.20

Culbertson, Ryan

 DNP 

Derosier, Charles

5.55

Dixon, Danny

5.75

Domingo, Andrew

5.10

Dragna, Andrea

5.00

Drevno, Zack

5.50

Dunagan, Payton

5.34

Durham, Nate

5.76

Durr, James

5.52

Durschlag, Max

5.02

Dvorchik, Evan

5.53

Dyer, Kellen

5.68

Edwards, Zach

5.00

Elmore, Luke

5.31

Estrada, Aaron

5.37

Eury, Marshall

5.13

Farris, John

5.82

Fiene, Robert

5.29

Fontana, Alexander

5.96

Fridolfs, Hunter

5.36

Fuentes, Johnny

5.58

Gable, Trey

5.43

Gaines, Ron

6.54

Gambs, Charles

6.01

Gannon, Matthew

5.33

Garcia, Jacob

6.13

Garcia, Matt

5.17

Gates, Breck

 DNP 

George, Brad

5.24

Gibbs, Kyle

4.97

Gibson, Evan

 DNP 

Gibson, Jake

5.41

Gill, Tuck

5.52

Golden, Maddie

4.82

Gonneville, Andrew

5.27

Green, Steven

5.08

Grotelueschen, Trent

 DNP 

Guillemette, Adam

5.07

Hadley, Jack

5.61

Hahn, Derek

5.77

Hall, Dillon

5.14

Hall, Mitch

5.28

Hall, Nathan

5.94

Hallacy, Brendan

 DNP 

Halper, Jack

4.65

Hanken, Will

 DNP 

Hankins, Justyce

5.47

Hanstein, Hunter

5.27

Hatcher, Philip

5.22

Hathoot, Justin

 DNP 

Hawkins, Kameron

6.25

Hayes, Dillon

5.37

Heffel, Zach

5.78

Hembrough, Matt

5.10

Higgins, Grant

5.49

Hinders, Ross

5.05

Hirsch, Josiah

5.68

Hoffman, Harrison

5.41

Hood, Hayden

5.30

Hooker, Blake

5.80

Hooper, Devon

5.85

Hooper, Jesse

5.61

Howell, Noah

5.66

Hudak, Ethan

5.11

Hudgins, Frank

5.52

Hughes, Jack

 DNP 

Hughes, Joseph

5.66

Jacobson, Jarrod

5.38

James, Clay

5.21

Jenkins, Eli

 DNP 

Jenkins, Zach

5.35

Jennings, Evan

5.81

Johnson, Logan

5.03

Johnson, Nico

5.47

Johnstone, Christian

5.13

Kaye, Griffin

5.10

Keaton, Tyler

5.42

Kelleher, Kasey

5.50

Kent, Chris

7.00

Key, Jarrett

5.56

King, Cameron

4.94

King, Gage

5.30

King, Zach

5.86

Kobs, Josh

 DNP 

La Rouche, Conor

5.56

Landherr, Jack

5.31

Langan, Ryan

5.11

Lassiter, Zach

5.23

Lau, Dean

4.83

Lawless, Paul

5.25

Lawver, Caleb

5.50

Lindsay, JJ

5.77

Lipel, Jonah

 DNP 

Little, Drew

5.48

Livingston, Aidan

5.56

Long, Alex

 DNP 

Long, Cade

5.09

MacDonald, Logan

5.49

Maningo, Zane

 DNP 

Manning, Dillon

5.14

Mayo, Darryl

5.03

McCaffrey, Chris

5.89

McCauley, Declan

5.42

McCauley, Jack

5.58

McCormack, Nate

6.57

McCracken, Zane

5.30

McCullough, Roen

5.27

McCully, TJ

5.26

McInerney, Patrick

5.08

McPherson, Chase

5.67

Melgarejo, Frank

5.09

Michaelsen, Alex

5.25

Milliron, Brennen

4.99

Mimoun, Jacob

5.69

Mitchell, Will

5.74

Montoya, Jacob

5.27

Morton, John

6.39

Moses, Chandler

5.34

Mosier, Austin

5.49

Munoz, Michael

5.98

Nelson, Chancelor

4.90

Newsome, Matthew

5.25

Nieland, Max

5.47

Noth, Devin

4.87

O’Connor, Kyle

5.65

O’Steen, Brian

5.36

Ortega, Austin

5.29

Osthus, Luke

5.86

Pagel, Jake

5.21

Pak, AIdan

4.99

Pallissard, Turner

DNP

Palmer, Blaise

5.89

Palmer, Dallas

5.19

Payne, Luke

6.05

Pedrozo, Jude

 DNP 

Petrucci, Kyle

5.67

Pfeiffer, Cayson

5.36

Pickett, Coy

6.35

Plattner, Randen

5.28

Prevette, Davis

5.97

Pugh, Gabriel

5.74

Purcell, Ryan

5.85

Raines, John

5.66

Rea, Brian

5.62

Reeves, Austin

5.12

Reiter, Ross

5.38

Reynoso, Raymond

5.55

Rhodes, Matthew

5.74

Riddle, Campbell

5.44

Riggs, Austin

5.19

Rizzo, Luke

5.44

Robertson, Corbin

5.56

Rodriquez -Trammell, Noah

5.19

Rosenberry, James

5.47

Rossback, Nolan

6.06

Rovetti, Nicholas

5.58

Rubio, Tre

 DNP 

Rudolph, Jake

4.93

Sage, Maxwell

5.27

Samarzich, Simon

5.14

Sanchez, Jaden

4.87

Sather, Neo

5.49

Satnan, Chaz

 DNP 

Schwindt, Cody

5.21

Serapiglia, Dom

 DNP 

Shadley, Oscar

4.99

Sharp, Aidan

5.16

Shaw, Tyler

5.48

Shefland, DJ

5.47

Shimko, Joseph

4.96

Shirley, Ben

5.25

Short, Cooper

5.56

Shottenkirk, Kaleb

6.34

Simmons, Reed

5.82

Sivore, Timothy

5.52

Skinner, Quentin

5.23

Sleeper, JT

6.30

Sleeper, Landon

5.30

Snyder, Hayden

5.65

Springer, Tyler

4.90

Stewart, Cole

5.02

Stover, Will

5.34

Suter, Rhys

 DNP 

Suzuki, Joshua

5.24

Symes, Kyle

4.78

Szczesniak, Patrick

5.08

Tamayo, Adrian

5.27

Taylor, Billy

4.75

Taylor, Steven

5.34

Thayer, Ace

5.28

Thomas, Karson

5.44

Tibbetts, Nick

4.78

Tokos, Matthew

5.50

Tokos, Michael

5.29

Toothman, Andrew

6.21

Townsend, James

5.00

Tucker, Wyatt

5.16

Turner, Noah

5.35

Twining, Jacob

 DNP 

Van Der Brink, Dylan

5.53

Vance, Ryder

5.00

Vasquez, Jesse

5.78

Vega, JC

 DNP 

Villarreal, Tony

 DNP 

Vines, Kent

5.80

Vinson, Michael

5.39

Vojvodich, Michael

4.98

Voyles, Cole

5.08

Wagner, William

5.38

Walker, Jacob

6.14

Walker, Ryan

5.62

Walsh, George

5.70

Walsh, Ryan

5.22

Walsh, Scott

5.58

Warn, Pierce

5.27

Warren, Ethan

5.12

Washburn, Johnathan

5.49

Watson, Brendan

5.14

Wells, Andrew

4.92

Wells, Ethan

5.70

Weneta, Nathan

4.90

White, Cody

5.74

White, Justin

7.39

Whitfield, Chase

5.37

Williams, Bailey

5.35

Williams, Tanner

5.03

Willis, Ethan

5.42

Wise, Drew

5.14

Wiysel, Joseph

5.12

Wojciechowski, Mike

5.85

Wood, Camren

5.19

Worthen, Jackson

5.40

Yanagi, Peyton

5.55

Yeager, Grayson

5.43

Zuhr, Jacob

5.78

 

___________________________________________________________________

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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Finalists for The Chris Rubio Award!

Here are your finalists, in alphabetical order, for The Chris Rubio Award…

Thomas Fletcher, FL, 2017, Committed to Alabama – Fletcher is a two-time winner of a Rubio Long Snapping Vegas Event.  Fletcher is an incredibly smooth Long Snapper with exceptional form and no wasted movement. Fletcher had offers from Alabama, Florida State, Oregon, Texas A&M, Portland State and Memphis. Fletcher is an Army All-American.

 

Kyle Gibbs, CA, 2017, Committed to Navy  – Gibbs is an extremely solid athlete with quick hands that has no problem getting downfield on punt coverage. He played for a Norco in CA and started on Varsity for three years. Dedicated Long Snapper that is always improving. Gibbs had offers from Air Force, Navy and West Point. Gibbs missed being an Army All-American by a 1/4 of an inch.

 

Mitch Hall, NC, 2017, Committed to Louisville  – Hall is one of the smoothest Long Snappers in the country with flawless form and a great attitude. He played for Clayton HS in NC and started on Varsity for three years. Always a crowd favorite with his intense and precise snaps to go along with his beaming smile. Hall is an Army All-American

 

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, 2016)
  • 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 10 pm pst on Friday, December 23rd.

The winner will be selected by the Awards Committee and presented with the trophy on Friday, January 13th at 7:00 pm at the Suncoast Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV.

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The Chris Rubio Award is presented, on an annual basis, to the best national high school Long Snapper for that given season. Past winners include Scott Daly of Notre Dame (2011), Cole Mazza of Alabama (2012) and Blake Ferguson (TWO time winner) of LSU.

Chris Rubio played high school football for Charter Oak High School in California from 1989-1992.  He was part of team that won the league championship in 1992 serving as the teams Long Snapper and left tackle.  He was voted Center of the Century in the San Gabriel Valley.  His long snapping ability earned him a spot on the UCLA football team where he was a 3-year starter at Long Snapper for three All-Americans.

The National Long Snapper of the Year is named in honor of Chris Rubio for his outstanding high school career and nearly single handedly changing the world of long snapping.  Chris is now the most prominent private long snapping coach in America.  He has made the position of long snapping a specialty and revered around the country through his website, as well as camps.  Through his training and development of young long snappers, dozens of high school long snapping specialists now receive full ride scholarships each year for their skill in that position.

 

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Recap of the TX Fall Camp (12/4/16)

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to Texas on December 4th, 2016 for their fall camp. Rubio Long Snapping will be traveling the country this fall instructing Long Snappers and getting them all ready for the biggest event of the year, VEGAS XXIX!

Long Snappers from TX, LA, AR, OK, NM, IL, MS, MI, AL & KS all traveled to get the best instruction and the most exposure possible for Long Snapping.

CHAMPION JAKE PAGEL!!!

CHAMPION JAKE PAGEL!!!

The overall camp champion was Jake Pagel. Pagel left no doubt that he is easily one of the top Long Snappers in the country. His ball is VERY fast and he can catch a serious groove to dominate. He was one of only about two Long Snappers that has been crowned champion by winning BOTH the speed and accuracy competition. His victory in TX earned him a free admission to VEGAS XXIX!

You can see the finals between Jake Pagel and John Raines below…

The next stop for Rubio Long Snapping will be AZ (12/11) and GA (12/18)

Top 2017 Long Snappers

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Drew Wise

Drew Wise was on fire all day long and was actually my horse to win the whole thing. His snaps are very fast and tight. Ball just sticks to the punter’s hands when he catches a snap from Drew. He has excellent size and a tremendous attitude. College coaches should take a very hard look at Drew!

Noah Caldwell looked impressive in TX. Snaps were solid and had good speed. I really liked how smooth and relaxed he was throughout all the day.

John Davis moved well on his feet and was really accurate with his snaps all day. Locking down his spiral and snapping full speed puts him over the top.

Chris Clore is really getting his body in great shop and snapping with good speed and confidence. Locking down his spiral will move him way up.

Jarrod Jacobson has a great frame and form. Uses his body well and gets very good speed on the ball

Caleb Cantrell snaps well under pressure and is very accurate!

Steven Taylor did really well in TX. Ball is VERY smooth and he can easily be one of the most accurate Long Snappers in the country. It wouldn’t surprise me at all to see Taylor go very far in the finals at VEGAS XXIX.

Hunter Thiem is a very raw Long Snapper with a lot of potential. He moves well on his feet and is built well.

Notables: Justyce Hankins and Joe Smith

Top 2018 Long Snappers

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Zach Edwards

Zach Edwards was tremendous out in TX. Kid is a PURE athlete that might have the fastest snaps in the country. Zach’s snaps absolutely rocket back to the punter to the point of almost looking fake. He could take the top spot in the country at VEGAS XXIX.

Ron Gaines was very solid in TX. Large Long Snapper with footwork that is definitely improving. Love to see him focus on continuing to improve his athleticism and making sure he is just a tad quicker out of the gate to speed up the overall snap speed.

John Raines was great all day. Looked very polished and was snapping with a good amount of confidence. Made it to the finals and could have easily taken home the championship.

Karsten Battles is absolutely dripping with potential and could easily be one of the top kids in his class. Great frame and he can rip the ball back to the punter. Moves well on his feet. This kid literally did not miss getting points on The Rubio Target….INCREDIBLE!!!

Evan Gibson looked very solid in TX. He is a really accurate Long Snapper that can catch a groove. Consistent and smooth.

Tre Rubio is coming along nicely and is always improving. Rubio (no relation) has some very quick hands that really get the ball out of the gate well.

Grayson Yeager is dripping with potential and could easily fight for a TOP 12 Camp spot at VEGAS XXIX. Great frame and he snaps a smooth ball.

Chandler Moses is a strong Long Snapper with great upside. Raw and can be a top kid in his class…..easily. Will be fun to watch him compete at VEGAS XXIX.

Stephen Elmore handles pressure really well and has solid accuracy.

Notables: Hunter Burson, Dillon Hayes, Cameron Harris, Evan Jennings, Turner Pallissard, Tyler Springer,

Top 2019 Long Snappers

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Hayden Hood

Hayden Hood left no doubt he was the best 2019 Long Snapper at the TX camp. He moves really well on his feet and is a true athlete. He can really rip the ball back to the punter with times in the low .7s at times. Consistency of speed will be a major thing I am looking for at VEGAS XXIX.

Luke Rizzo is an athletic Long Snapper with good, raw power. Snapping with confidence will make him dominate at VEGAS XXIX.

Landon Sleeper is a strong and consistent Long Snapper with good potential and a great attitude.

Notables: Chad Wolf, Max Murry, Izeya Floyd, John Farris, Ross Arroyo

Top 2020 Long Snappers and beyond….

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Ethan Wells

Ethan Wells was excellent all day in TX. He is a very consistent Long Snapper with great explosion and the ability to get the ball in the low .80s. I really like his attitude and the way he snaps the ball. Ethan could easily take the top spot in his class with a good performance at VEGAS XXIX.

Blake Hooker has great consistency and I like his attitude. Strength and power will help him a ton at VEGAS XXIX and beyond.

Phillip Bourque looked good with solid consistency and nice form.

Haydon Wiginton has great form for his age and I like the length of his frame.

JT Sleeper is big, powerful and oozing with potential.

Zachary Clore is overflowing with potential. He is built VERY long and already has some great form. Keep an eye out for Clore over the next couple of years.

Notables: Jack Curtin

KEY POINTS:

  • My rankings are NOT done just from The Rubio Target and will always be announced when they are completed on social media.
  • My rankings are NOT done from some mathematical formula.
  • My rankings ARE done by me and my several select member of my senior staff. That is why they take a good amount of time. (Think of it this way, it takes MONTHS to build a Rolls Royce but only hours to build an average car)
  • My rankings are based off of this blog I wrote about what makes a Long Snapper great.
  • If you would like anything added to your profile page, simply email me (Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com) the information and consider it done.
  • All Long Snappers are ranked after their first fall camp of their freshman year in high school.

A Long Snapper has the ability to adjust their ranking anytime I see them LIVE, not on video.

For the profiles section, simply go to RubioLongSnapping.com. click PLAYER PROFILES, click which class, click LONG SNAPPERS and find your name.

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Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. 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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Coach, Please take some time to listen to your Long Snapper

2015 Spring Rubio bannerCoach…Please allow me to warm up before you want me to snap live in practice. Think about it, would you really have your starting QB sit for 30 minutes and then tell him to throw a perfect 45 yard post? I didn’t think so.

Please take my craft seriously. I know you don’t think much of it, but I do. To me, Long Snapping is a main part of who I am now and who I plan to be in the future.

Please don’t just give me some lineman pads because I am on the line. I need to be able to move my arms. They actually make pads for my position. I swear they do. If you can find money in the booster fund for QB pads, maybe there is some funds for me as well.

Please don’t just rush past my snaps on film. Just like  other players can learn from film, so can I. If you don’t want to watch, maybe just allow me some time to watch on my own. I want to get better, allow me to do so.

Please treat me, and my position, with respect. I deserve it and so does anyone that plays Long Snapper. It is not the easiest thing to do and should be highly respected. If you think I am off on this one, try playing a game without a Long Snapper and see how that works out for you and the team.

Please trust me when I tell you that people actually do get recruited for Long Snapping nowadays. It is not like the old days when colleges just “found someone” on the team to do it. Don’t believe me? Look HERE

Coach, please listen to me.

– The Long Snapper

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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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What Do You Get at a Rubio Long Snapping Camp?

INSTRUCTION – There is simply no doubt that you will receive the best instruction in the country at a Rubio Long Snapping camp. It is unprecedented and known by college and NFL coaches throughout the country. When you sign up for a Rubio Long Snapping camp, you get perfection. I am there, my senior staff is there, on time and we don’t leave early.

EXPOSURE – Every camp that Rubio Long Snapping run offers the most exposure possible for Long Snappers. I bombard several avenues to make sure my Long Snappers are visible to all. The Rubio Long Snapping YouTube Channel has over 970,000 views (this is all just for Long Snapper….NO kickers are on the page). RubiosBlog.com has been viewed well over 1,000,000 times. @TheChrisRubio on Twitter has over 5,750 followers (many of which are coaches) and the Rubio Long Snapping Facebook Page has over 5,600 followers (many of which are coaches) and stories in publications all over the world make Rubio Long Snapping the one stop shop for the most exposure in the country.

PLAYER PROFILE PAGE – As soon as you perform in a camp in the fall (or after) of your freshman year, you get a PLAYER PROFILE PAGE….for free! This player profile page is controlled by me and it can have any information you wanted added to it at anytime. You can use it for your recruiting purposes throughout high school.

RANKINGS – As soon as you perform in a camp in the fall (or after) of your freshman year, you get a ranking. I don’t rank off a target. I don’t rank off a formula. That would be ignorant. I rank off of THIS blog that describes what makes a Long Snapper great. That ranking can be adjusted anytime I see you live. Coaches look to these rankings religiously in their recruiting of Long Snappers.

YOUTUBE VIDEO – At every single Rubio Long Snapping camp you attend, you will be filmed for a YouTube video. Those videos will be placed on your free player profile page. You can use the video at your own discretion. It is yours and there is no extra charge for this service.

FILM SESSION – At Rubio Long Snapping camps, I will go in with you to a classroom and review the morning sessions. Long Snappers attend but I really want the parents/guardians to attend as well since this is when a majority of the learning will take place.

RECRUITING SEMINAR – At Rubio Long Snapping camp, Chris Sailer and I run an hour long recruiting seminar where we hit on some key topics and always open it up to a Q&A session for the specialists and parents. You will not leave without all your questions answered.

PROVEN SUCCESS – Dont’ believe me? See what others have to say HERE

RUBIO LONG SNAPPING SHIRT – You know, to wear at prom and such:)

Trust me when I tell you, I could keep this list going and going and going. Things like Friendship, Confidence, Humor are just some immediate things that pop into my head….see you soon! Remember, Not only on the field, but off. I am not your coach. I am your Rubio and I will be there for you.

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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 Signing Day

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Rubio Long Snapper Cole Mazza signing with Alabama

Tomorrow, high school football players around the country will be signing on the dotted line to play for their respective schools. It is a great time of the year for all involved. It is Signing Day. It is covered by major sports affiliates and it begins the process of which college will dominate tomorrow with the stellar high school athletes of today.

With all the hoopla, comes questions….let me clear some things up for everyone. These are all from questions I have received over the years. Here you go and be sure to reference back to THIS blog I wrote about the difference between a full ride, a preferred walk-on and a standard walk-on:

Is Signing Day the only day an athlete can sign with a college? 
Absolutely not. It is just the first official day for the seniors to make their commitment official. A scholarship athlete can sign anytime on or after that day. You can literally sign the day you get on campus if you are a late pick-up for a school. The whole Signing Day is just a lot of pomp and circumstance that the media has turned it into an event.

Do Preferred Walk-Ons sign on Signing Day?
No, they do not officially sign anything. However, many schools and parents like to have a simple ceremony that represents signing. A preferred walk-on, although verbally committed to a school is NOT locked into that respective school. They have the option to change their mind to another school at any point if a scholarship comes their way. Not exactly the most kosher thing to do to a coach/program but they would most likely understand. I look at it like this, an athlete not taking a scholarship would be similar to a person not taking a free car and opting to pay for the same car.

If I sign with a college on scholarship, can I adjust after?
Sure, BUT you will lose a year of eligibility. Once you sign, you are done. Don’t even think about transferring as it rarely works out and is an uphill battle to say the least. Think about it, why would a coach want an athlete that could not fit in at their first stop? A transfer athlete always brings up red flags…why is it going to work this time, why did he not get along with players and coaches at the first school, it is a homesick issue, is he a problem case, schooling? All are questions that a new coach is going to want to know about you. Bottom line, make your decision and stick with it.

How do the schools get the athletes signatures? 
Most athletes sign in the early morning and then fax them in to their new home (school).

Why have a Signing Day? 
It is the day your verbal commitment becomes official.

Can a junior that is offered a scholarship sign early?
Nope. They must wait just like the others within his graduating class. All of this waiting around gives way to all the committing and de-committing which coaches and sports writers absolutely love (dripping with sarcasm).

Is it true that scholarships have to be renewed every year by the school?
Yes. This is one of those things that not a lot of people know about but it is true. Every single year, the staff has to renew your scholarship for the next year. Therefore, if you are not producing as an athlete, student or person, your scholarship can not be renewed. It is not very common for it to happen, but I have witnessed it occur. Usually, a social issue is the final straw in saying bye bye to your education being paid for by the school.

What can go wrong with the Signing Day process?
Several things and most involve the fax machine. If the exact form is not sent in signed properly, the deal is not sealed. Many schools have lost an athlete because the Letter of Intent was faxed upside down, backwards or just not clear. Then, when they tell the student-athlete to do it again, said athlete often takes it as an omen that it wasn’t meant to be and poof! a new school is chosen. Trust me, it does happen.

All in all, Signing Day is a great thing that should be cherished by all but definitely don’t feel as though it is the end all be all. No matter when you sign, you are still going to be on full scholarship with your school paid for, and that is the most important thing.

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Advice to Incoming Freshman from College Long Snappers

I offer up a ton of advice on this blog, my Twitter, my Facebook, through texts, e-mails and my camps. In my opinion, it is all good.

But, sometimes, the youth would like to hear from others as close to their own age as possible. No problem.

I asked several Rubio Long Snappers, who have just finished their first collegiate season of football, a simple question, “What is one bit of advice you would give to an incoming freshman Long Snapper now that you have essentially wrapped up your first year?

Here are their responses….

“Earn the respect of non specialists by working hard in the weight room and conditioning so they don’t just stereotype you as being just a “longsnapper”. Will go a long way with the coaches and put you a step ahead of the guy in front of you if there is one.” Conor Fry – North Carolina

“Never be satisfied. Although you may not come in and be the starter the first day you step on campus, once you earn that starting spot on the team you cannot get complacent. If you get complacent, somebody will catch up to you. While you are resting, someone else is getting better. Are you working? Or are you resting?” Reid Ferguson – LSU

“Have fun with it, enjoy the experience. If you redshirt embrace it, and get better. Make sure you are healthy and physically fit coming into your first year. The weight room and running will be difficult, so make sure you are prepared, and finally make sure to always be on time, which is 10 minutes early. That’s the best advice I can give, really kids just got to enjoy the gift they have been given.” Nolan Dowling – Western Kentucky

“Come in CONFIDENT, not cocky. They need to remember that they are a freshman again, no one cares that you were number 1 in the nation or a 5 star snapper. Although they should because they couldn’t do it. And don’t expect special treatment from coaches anymore. Once you step on that field you’re just another player, not someone they have to impress anymore.” Jake Abraham – Georgia Southern

“Realize that the strength staff is on your side. They will make fun of your athleticism and your position at first just keep working hard and keep your confidence up and they will come around. Also, to Enjoy the Process. The off season workouts, summer lifts, practices, and season are really hard and tiring. Find your own way to make them fun. Lastly, dont think of what you’re losing out on (parties & junk) but think about how much you’re gaining. (Discipline & work ethic)” John DePalma – West Virginia

“Be prepared for anything! Coaches will go to extreme lengths just to see how mentally tough a snapper is.  You’re gonna have bad days or a bad snap every now and then; it is how you respond to adversity that matters.  If coach is chewing you out and up in your face just nod yes sir and move on to the next snap.  Mental toughness is key!” Steven Romero – New Mexico

Have a short memory.  If you have a bad snap, coaches are going to get on you for it but you need to come back and respond.Duke Moran – CAL

Listen to the guys who currently share your position on the team. You may think you know all there is about physically snapping, but being a snapper entails much more than just throwing the ball between your legs (as you know). The mental aspect is more than half the game, and by creating a comfortability level with the men you share all your time with is essential to your success. Don’t be afraid to reach out to others for help, because in reality, the people you want to ask were all freshman at one point and have taken your path before. They don’t care how good you were in high school, they want you to excel at the collegiate level and to benefit the team in all possible ways.” Joe Marvin – Penn St. 

For me one thing I never did was really practice snapping on a command and I really struggled with that coming into camp. So if I was going to give advice going into your first year for a long snapper I would say to be able to snap on a command along with on your own. Be able to snap out of your comfort zone for sure.Matt Cincotta – Marshall

You have to come in with a mindset that you are the best but practice like you are second string and fighting for a job. Football has a lot of distractions but the reason you are there is to get your education first. Basically this is something you have never experienced so you have to do something you have never done before.Daniel LaMontagne – Furman

Make a great first impression on your coaches, teammates, and professors. Also to enjoy and soak it all in because it’ll fly by before you know it.Scott Daly – Notre Dame

Not everything is gonna go exactly how you planned out in your head but just keep grinding, it’ll be worth it in the end.” William Eads – Middle Tennessee

GO TO CLASS!!! If you don’t go, YOU FAIL! Also learn how to manage your time. Time management is key for a college football player, especially of you make the travel squad. Study, study, study. If your grades are not up to par the coaches will leave you at home, it happened to a few guys here.Ryan Eustace – Arkansas St.

Always stay warm and make sure you’re paying attention to the game because standing on the sidelines will cause your legs to get cold, and there are a lot of distractionsRyan DiSalvo – San Jose St.

Come to the practice, lift, or run with an intense intrinsic attitude to improve yourself because it so easy to just go through the motions being that specialists are sort of dismissed by the coaching staff at times.” Jeff Overbaugh – San Diego St. 

“The most important thing to remember as a freshman long snapper on a college team is to have fun. Seriously, it sounds cheesy but taking this sport too seriously will be the death of you. You have worked so hard to get to where you are, and now that you’re here it’s important to take a step back and appreciate what you’re a part of. I wish all of you the best of luck. You have accomplished something few people can, and you should be beyond proud.Sodie Orr – Cal Poly SLO

You’ve made it to college however you have not arrived. You must work just as hard as you did making it to where you are now.Greg Hohenstein – Bowling Green

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Which Rubio Long Snapping Camps Should I Attend and When?

One of the most common questions that I get asked is, “Which camps should my son attend and when?”.

I have been running Long Snapping lessons, camps, and national events for over a decade now so I know what works out the best for the athletes. In a perfect world, here is exactly what I would do as a parent, and most likely will be doing before you know it.

6th Grade

  • If you feel your son is NOT ready mentally and physically, have him attend at least one Rubio Long Snapping camp as a spectator.  See what it is all about.  I would choose a 1 Day Camp in CA, NC, GA, TX, NJ, FL, WA or IL.  This will give you a chance to meet me and understand the way I work and speak.  Listen to instruction.  Become familiar and comfortable with the camp scene. There is no charge for this.
  • If you feel your son is ready mentally and physically, contact me and we can discuss him actually participating in a Rubio Long Snapping camp. I would choose a 1 Day Camp in CA, NC, GA, TX, NJ, FL, WA or IL. The sooner they get the form down, the better they will be in the long run. Once I get their form down, we just wait for their body to develop and BOOM, you have greatness.

7th Grade

  • If mentally and physically mature enough, I will allow a 7th grader to attend my camps. The sooner they get the form down, the better they will be in the long run. Once I get their form down, we just wait for their body to develop and BOOM, you have greatness.
  • If you feel your son is NOT ready mentally and physically, have him attend at least one Rubio Long Snapping Camp as a spectator.  See what it is all about.  I would choose a 1-day Nike Camps in CA, NC, GA, TX or IL.  This will give you a chance to meet me and understand the way I work and speak.  Listen to instruction.  Become familiar and comfortable with the camp scene. There is no charge for this.
  • Start private lessons with either me or someone I recommend.  Contact me (Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com) and I will discuss the options.
  • Buy the Chris Sailer Kicking and Rubio Long Snapping Instructional DVD.  This is the best way to learn.  Plus, you can watch it over and over again.

8th Grade

  • This is the time to begin attending Chris Sailer Kicking Camps.  I would choose the 1 Day Camp in CA, NC, GA, TX, NJ, FL, WA or IL.  I would attend ALL 3 camps when Rubio Long Snapping comes to your region of the U.S.  We come to each of these locations 3 times per year (Fall, Winter / Spring, and Summer).
  • At this age, if mentally and physically mature enough (major bonus if they have been to my camps), they should start the Vegas Events. No one will expect anything from an 8th grader, so this should be the least stressful Vegas they will ever encounter. Once again, the sooner they go this, the better they will be in the long run.
  • Continue private and group lessons with Rubio and/or a Rubio Long Snapping private coach.  Contact me (Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com) and I will discuss the options.
  • If invited, attend the Underclassmen “Invite Only” Event.  This camp is “Invite Only” is for the players and parents.  Learn about your future and how to handle it each step of the way.

9th Grade

  • Attend Rubio Long Snapping  Camps.
  • Attend ALL 3 of the  1-day camps in your region (CA, NC, GA, TX or IL).  We come to each of these locations 3 times per year (Fall, Winter / Spring, and Summer).
  • Attend 1 Camp in another state.  Start to get a feel for travel and other competition.
  • Attend VEGAS EVENTS in both January & May.  The time is now to see what it is all about.  See what it takes at every level (Fr, So, Jr, Sr, JC, College, and Pro).  The experience will pay off!!!  Time to set goals.
  • Continue private and group lessons with Rubio and/or a Rubio Long Snapping private coach.  Contact me (Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com) and I will discuss the options.
  • If invited, attend the Underclassmen “Invite Only” Event.  This camp is “Invite Only” is for the players and parents.  Continue to learn about your future and how to handle it each step of the way.

10th Grade

  • Attend Rubio Long Snapping  Camps.
  • Attend ALL 3 of the  1-day camps in your region (CA, NC, GA, TX or IL).  We come to each of these locations 3 times per year (Fall, Winter / Spring, and Summer).
  • Attend 1-2 Camps in another state.  Start to get a feel for travel and other competition.
  • Attend VEGAS EVENTS in both January & May.  The time is now to see what it is all about.  See what it takes at every level (Fr, So, Jr, Sr, JC, College, and Pro).  The experience will pay off!!!  Time to set goals.
  • Continue private and group lessons with Rubio and/or a Rubio Long Snapping private coach.  Contact me (Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com) and I will discuss the options.
  • If invited, attend the Underclassmen “Invite Only” Event.  This camp is “Invite Only” is for the players and parents.  Continue to learn about your future and how to handle it each step of the way.
  • Attend 1 Local College Camp.  These are essentially tryouts.  Go to get experience.  It will pay off for when it really counts.

11th Grade

  • Attend Rubio Long Snapping Camps.
  • Attend ALL 3 of the  1-day camps in your region (CA, NC, GA, TX or IL).  We come to each of these locations 3 times per year (Fall, Winter / Spring, and Summer).
  • Attend 2-3 Camps in another state.  Start to get a feel for travel and other competition.
  • Attend VEGAS EVENTS in both January & May.  This is the time to get your name on the map. College coaches will be setting up their recruit boards.  This is the time to shoot for “TOP 12″ and “Event Elite”!
  • Continue private and group lessons with Rubio and/or a Rubio Long Snapping private coach.  Contact me (Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com) and I will discuss the options.
  • Attend Multiple College Camps within reason.  These are essentially tryouts.  Be realistic with your skill level.  Attend camps at all levels of college football (D1, D2, D3, etc.)
  • Attend the “TOP 12″ & “Event Elite” Camp.  This is an “Invite Only” Camp that brings together ONLY the best of the best.  You can only get invited by attending the VEGAS Events and proving that you are one of the best while competing again the best.  This camp is the ULTIMATE GOAL.  This is the best camp that you will ever attend, if invited.

12th Grade

  • Attend Rubio Long Snapping Camps.
  • Attend ALL 3 of the  1-day camps in your region (CA, NC, GA, TX or IL).  We come to each of these locations 3 times per year (Fall, Winter / Spring, and Summer).
  • Attend 3-4 Camps in another state.  Start to get a feel for travel and other competition.
  • Attend VEGAS EVENTS in both January & May.  The time is now to prove to every college coach in the United States that you are worthy of a scholarship or walk on spot.  Scholarships and preferred walk on spots will be earned based on performance as a Long Snapper!
  • Continue private and group lessons with Rubio and/or a Rubio Long Snapping private coach.  Contact me (Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com) and I will discuss the options.
  • DO NOT stop working once you have decided on a college.  This is the #1 mistake made.  Work harder than ever as the next level is even more difficult. DO NOT REST ON YOUR PAST ACCOMPLISHMENTS.…It will catch up with you. Trust me.

College / NFL

  • Attend the College Camp each year to stay sharp and prepare yourself for upcoming seasons and an NFL Future.
  • Rubio Long Snapping will be holding another NFL camp this coming year. Last year’s was a great success with many Long Snappers being brought into NFL camps simply for their performance at the camp! Be on the lookout!

Chris Sailer Kicking and Rubio Long Snapping are the #1 Kicking, Punting, and Long Snapping Businesses in the World.  Feel free to ask around. We will teach and guide you from 7th Grade all through the day that you retire from the NFL.

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Chris-Rubio-2Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. 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 tomajor colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Rankings and Videos are Updated from The Underclassmen Invite Event

The rankings are completed for ALL  Long Snappers that participated in the Rubio Long Snapping Underclassmen Invite Event in CA

KEY POINTS:

  • My rankings are NOT done just from The Rubio Target
  • My rankings are NOT done from some mathematical formula.
  • My rankings ARE done by me and only me. That is why I am at all my camps.
  • My rankings are based off of this blog I wrote about what makes a Long Snapper great.
  • If you would like anything added to your profile page, simply email me (Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com) the information and consider it done.
  • All Long Snappers are ranked after their first fall camp of their freshman year in high school.

A Long Snapper has the ability to adjust their ranking anytime I see them LIVE, not on video.

For the rankings section, simply go to the NEW RubioLongSnapping.com  rollover PLAYER RANKINGS, rollover which CLASS you are looking for, click that CLASS, click LONG SNAPPERS and find your name.

Also, all of the YouTube videos are up from the Event and can be seen HERE!

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Happy Ranksgiving to the Long Snappers from the TX Camp!

The rankings are completed for ALL Long Snappers that participated in the Rubio Long Snapping Nike Fall Camp in TX on November 10!

There were many new Long Snappers out in TX and several impressed me. For a full recap article of the Rubio Long Snapping camp in TX, please go HERE

KEY POINTS:

  • My rankings are NOT done just from the Target
  • My rankings are NOT done from some mathematical formula.
  • My rankings ARE done by me and only me. That is why I am at all my camps.
  • My rankings are based off of this blog I wrote about what makes a Long Snapper great.
  • If you would like anything added to your profile page, simply email me (Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com) the information and consider it done.
  • All Long Snappers are ranked after their first fall camp of their freshman year in high school.

A Long Snapper has the ability to adjust their ranking anytime I see them LIVE, not on video.

For the rankings for the class of 2014, please go HERE

For the rankings for the class of 2015, please go HERE

For the rankings for the class of 2016, please go HERE

For the rankings for the class of 2017, please go HERE

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Recap of the Rubio Long Snapping Camp in TX

Long Snappers came out to TX to attend the Nike TX Fall Camp on November 10th from AR, CA, CO, GA , KS, LA, OK and TX to get the best instruction and exposure in the country for Long Snappers. Long Snappers, and their parents/guardians, were instructed on the field, had a film and classroom session, a recruiting seminar and ended the day with a competition with Rubio present and running the camp. Each Long Snapper was filmed and will have a player profile provided for them on RubioLongSnapping.com.

Ryan Shalosky was the winner of There were many new Long Snappers, as well as some dominant veterans, as Rubio Long Snapping embarked on the Dallas area. One Long Snapper, Ryan Shalosky of TX, really got into a nice groove and was nails under pressure was crowned the champion of the camp and earned a free admission to the 12th Annual National Snapping Event in Las Vegas! He is extremely accurate and consistent with his punt snaps. Ryan also is a tremendous athlete that moves as well as anyone in the country on his feet.

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Ryan Shalosky was the winner of the Rubio Long Snapping Camp in TX!!!

Ryan was not the only Long Snapper to shine out in TX. These others did well as well….

2014

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Jordan Frese was dominant all day

  • Jordan Frese was excellent and smooth all day. One of those Long Snappers that just keeps getting better as the day progresses.
  • JC Everett is a big, large, strong Long Snapper that snaps easy D1 speeds right now.
  • Clayton Jackson performed well, yet again, and continues to impress me with how smooth he is.
  • Bobby Joe Nielsen has excellent form and is snapping the ball hard.
  • Nathan Lucas was on fire all day and is dripping with potential.
  • Ben Asbury showed a lot of promise and listens very well.

2015

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Michael Poujol was on fire all day long in TX.

  • Michael Poujol was one of the best 2015 Long Snappers in attendance. He has a great frame and is getting better by the day.
  • Matt Foley came out from in CA and was smooth and great all day long. Love his attitude.
  • Tipa Gaileai has a tremendous frame and could have the most potential in the entire class.
  • George Madden is a beast that could easily end up a 5 Star Rubio Long Snapper by Vegas.
  • Grant Merka was very impressive and had a huge jump in the rankings!
  • Garrett Stotts is big and just keeps getting better.

2016

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Travis “Goodman” Arroyo is smooth and has tons of strength

  • Travis Arroyo out performed all other sophomores in TX. Great attitude and snapper.
  • Geron Eatherly is smooth and getting better with each snap.
  • Jon Letter was VERY impressive in TX. Growing quickly and using it all for snaps. Keep an eye on him.
  • Evan Pohlman was solid all day with great form and balance.
  • Hunter Ryan handles pressure well and is built very long.

2017

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Garrett was the best freshman Long Snapper in attendance

  • Garrett Jackson has great size and lots to build upon. Good attitude and he is well on his way to greatness.

Other notables….Austin Alfaro, Anthony McGaffin, Tayvon Smart, Zach Moore, Baxter Cantrell and Dylan Alexander

The next stop for Rubio Long Snapping camps will be in Illinois on November 24, Georgia on December 7, North Carolina on December 8th and back to California on January 12. All camps lead up the biggest Long Snapping event of the year, the 12th Annual National Kicking and Snapping Event in Las Vegas on January 18-19, 2014!

 

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Rubio Long Snappers in College Games – Weekend of 11/21/13

Here we go….week thirteen!

Get your DVR ready to see A LOT of Rubio Long Snappers in action. If I miss one, please just email me (Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com) and I will make sure it doesn’t happen again as well as update this page immediately. The list of Long Snappers that have gone through Rubio Long Snapping camps is very large and it is tough to keep track (tough problem to have, huh?)

Below are games that will have a Rubio Long Snapper on the team in bold.

GAME ON!!!!!

Tuesday
Buffalo vs Miami (OH)

Wednesday
Northern Illinois vs Toledo

Thursday
Rice vs UAB
Rutgers 
vs UCF
UNLV vs Air Force

Friday
Navy vs San Jose State

Saturday
Citadel vs Clemson
Cincinnati 
vs Houston
Oklahoma vs Kansas State
Memphis 
vs Louisville
Virginia 
vs Miami (FL)
Old Dominion 
vs North Carolina
Michigan State 
vs Northwestern
Illinois 
vs Purdue
Duke vs Wake Forest
Michigan 
vs Iowa
Mississippi State 
vs Arkansas
East Carolina 
vs North Carolina State
Pittsburgh 
vs Syracuse
Massachusetts 
vs Central Michigan
Bowling Green vs Eastern Michigan
Coastal Carolina 
vs South Carolina
Chattanooga vs Alabama
Georgia Southern 
vs Florida
Hawaii 
vs Wyoming
Georgia State 
vs Arkansas State
New Mexico State 
vs Florida Atlantic
Oregon 
vs Arizona
Idaho vs Florida State
Texas A&M 
vs LSU
Boston College 
vs Maryland
UTSA 
vs North Texas
BYU 
vs Notre Dame
Inidana 
vs Ohio State
Nebraska 
vs Penn State
Middle Tennessee 
vs Southern Miss
UTEP 
vs Tulane
Colorado State 
vs Utah State
Utah 
vs Washington State
New Mexico 
vs Fresno State
California vs Stanford
Marshall 
vs FIU
Kentucky vs Georgia
Tulsa 
vs Louisiana Tech
Louisiana-Monroe 
vs South Alabama
SMU 
vs South Florida
Connecticut 
vs Temple
Vanderbilt vs Tennessee
Western Kentucky 
vs Texas State
Arizona State vs UCLA
Missouri 
vs Ole Miss
Kansas 
vs Iowa State
Baylor 
vs Oklahoma State
USC 
vs Colorado
Washington 
vs Oregon State
Boise State 
vs San Diego State
Liberty 
vs Charleston Southern
Wofford vs Furman
Harvard vs Yale
Campbell 
vs Davidson
Howard 
vs Hampton
Charlotte vs Morehead State
Eastern Kentucky 
vs Murray State
Cornell vs Penn
Gardner-Webb vs Presbyterian
Brown vs Columbia
Princeton vs Dartmouth
Bucknell 
vs VMI
Stephen F. Austin vs Northwestern State
Arkansas-Pine Bluff vs Prairie View A&M
Eastern Illinois 
vs UTM
South Dakota State vs Youngstown State
Southern Illinois 
vs Indiana State
Montana 
vs Montana State
Elon vs Samford
Northern Arizona 
vs Southern Utah
Western Carolina vs Appalachian State
Sam Houston State 
vs Central Arkansas
Southeast Missouri State vs Jacksonville State
Stetson vs Mercer
Western Illinois 
vs UNI
Portland State vs Eastern Washington
UC Davis 
vs Sacramento State
McNeese State vs Lamar

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Rubio Long Snappers in College Games – Weekend of 11/7/13

RubioHere we go….week eleven!

Get your DVR ready to see A LOT of Rubio Long Snappers in action. If I miss one, please just email me (Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com) and I will make sure it doesn’t happen again as well as update this page immediately. The list of Long Snappers that have gone through Rubio Long Snapping camps is very large and it is tough to keep track (tough problem to have, huh?)

Below are games that will have a Rubio Long Snapper on the team in bold.

GAME ON!!!!!

Tuesday
Bowling Green vs Miami (OH)

Wednesday
Central Michigan vs Ball State

Thursday
Oklahoma vs Baylor
Troy vs Louisiana
Oregon vs Stanford
Prairie View A&M 
vs Alcorn State

Friday
Louisville vs Connecticut
Air Force vs New Mexico

Saturday
Western Kentucky vs Army
SMU vs Cincinnati
Vanderbilt vs Florida
TCU 
vs Iowa State
Missouri vs Kentucky
UAB vs Marshall
Penn State 
vs Minnesota
Iowa vs Purdue
Auburn vs Tennessee
Kansas State 
vs Texas Tech
Florida State vs Wake Forest
Arkansas vs Ole Miss
Appalachian State
 vs Georgia
VIrginia vs North Carolina
Western Michigan vs Eastern Michigan
Tulane
 vs UTSA
USC vs California
Nevada vs Colorado State
Illinois
 vs Indiana
Syracuse vs Maryland
Nebraska vs Michigan
Hawaii
 vs Navy
Boston College vs New Mexico State
UTEP vs North Texas
Mississippi State
 vs Texas A&M
BYU vs Wisconsin
Tulsa vs East Carolina
North Carolina State
 vs Duke
FIU vs Middle Tennessee
Kansas vs Oklahoma State
Arizona State
 vs Utah
UTM vs Memphis
Old Dominion vs Idaho
Southern Miss vs Louisiana Tech
Arkansas State
 vs Louisiana-Monroe
Virginia Tech vs Miami (FL)
Houston
 vs UCF
Texas vs West Virginia
LSU vs Alabama
Notre Dame 
vs Pittsburgh
Utah State vs UNLV
Colorado vs Washington
UCLA 
vs Arizona
Fresno State vs Wyoming
San Diego State vs San Jose State
Wesley College vs Charlotte
Brown vs Yale
Harvard vs Columbia
Marist vs Campbell
Coastal Carolina 
vs Charleston Southern
Bucknell vs Fordham
Savannah State vs Howard
San Diego vs Morehead State
Eastern Illinois 
vs Murray State
Citadel vs Elon
Samford 
vs Furman
Dayton vs Drake
Western Carolina 
vs Georgia Southern
Montana 
vs South Dakota
Abilene Christian vs Incarnate Word
Jacksonville vs Mercer
Nicholls vs Sam Houston State
Indiana State 
vs South Dakota State
Missouri State vs Southern Illinois
Davidson 
vs Stetson
Montana State vs Eastern Washington
Presbyterian vs Liberty

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Limerick Winner!

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Over a month ago, I announced a Limerick Contest for a FREE admission to the 12th Annual National Snapping Event in Las Vegas. The object of the contest was to create a funny, creative limerick that had to do with Long Snapping.

The response to this contest was amazing and even surprised me. I actually received almost 200 entries! Well done gentleman!

Alright, enough waiting, the winner, and this was very tough to choose, is…..

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Rubio Long Snappers in College Games – Weekend of 10/3/13

Here we go….week six starts tonight!

Get your Tivo ready to see A LOT of Rubio Long Snappers in action. If I miss one, please just email me (Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com) and I will make sure it doesn’t happen again as well as update this page immediately. The list of Long Snappers that have gone through Rubio Long Snapping camps is very large and it is tough to keep track (tough problem to have, huh?)

Below are games that will have a Rubio Long Snapper on the team in bold.

GAME ON!!!!!

Texas vs Iowa St
Western Kentucky vs Louisiana Monroe
UCLA 
vs Utah
BYU vs Utah St.
Nevada 
vs San Diego State
Air Force 
vs Navy
Eastern Michigan 
vs Buffalo
Maryland vs Florida State
Penn State 
vs Indiana
Michigan State 
vs Iowa
Texas Tech 
vs Kansas
Illinois vs Nebraska
Ball State 
vs Virginia
Georgia State 
vs Alabama
North Carolina 
vs Virginia Tech
Army vs Boston College
Central Michigan vs Miami (OH)
South Alabama 
vs Troy
UTSA vs Marshall
Western Michigan 
vs Toledo
Florida Atlantic 
vs UAB
Massachusetts 
vs Bowling Green
Georgia Tech vs Miami (FL)
Minnesota vs Michigan
East Carolina 
vs Middle Tennessee
Kansas State 
vs Oklahoma State
Clemson vs Syracuse
Georgia 
vs Tennessee
North Texas 
vs Tulane
Rice 
vs Tulsa
North Carolina State 
vs Wake Forest
Washington State 
vs California
FIU vs Southern Miss
Oregon 
vs Colorado
Ole Miss
 vs Auburn
Arkansas 
vs Florida
LSU 
vs Mississippi State
New Mexico State
 vs New Mexico
TCU 
vs Oklahoma
Arizona State 
vs Notre Dame
Kentucky 
vs South Carolina
Louisiana Tech 
vs UTEP
Missouri 
vs Vanderbilt
West Virginia 
vs Baylor
Ohio State 
vs Northwestern
Washington
 vs Stanford
San Jose State 
vs Hawaii
North Greenville 
vs Charleston Southern
Gardner-Webb vs Charlotte
Colgate vs Cornell
Morehead State 
vs Campbell
Davidson 
vs Dayton
North Carolina Central vs Howard
Dartmouth 
vs Penn
Columbia vs Princeton
Elon vs Furman
Presbyterian 
vs Wofford
Appalachian State vs Citadel
Jacksonville vs Drake
Western Illinois 
vs Illinois State
Abilene Christian 
vs Pittsburg State
Georgia Southern vs Samford
Southern Illinois 
vs South Dakota State
Jacksonville State 
vs UTM
Youngstown State vs Indiana State
UC Davis 
vs Southern Utah
Bucknell vs Lafayette
Portland State vs Montana
McNeese State vs Central Arkansas
Mercer 
vs San Diego
Northern Arizona vs Montana State
Yale vs Cal Poly
Prairie View A&M vs Grambling State
Western Carolina vs Chattanooga
Austin Peay vs Eastern Kentucky
Liberty 
vs Old Dominion
Weber State vs Eastern Washington
Incarnate Word 
vs Southeastern Louisiana

Northern Colorado vs Sacramento State

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If you are a Long Snapper or kicker that doesn’t ______________, I don’t like you.

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For Long Snappers

If you are a….

1. …Long Snapper that doesn’t immediately crank on the AC full blast in a car and/or hotel room, I don’t like you.

2. …Long Snapper that doesn’t try to snap any object that has ever been in your hand, I don’t like you.

3. …Long Snapper that doesn’t know how to do at least one trick with a football, I don’t like you.

3. …Long Snapper that doesn’t sweat when you eat, I don’t like you.

4. …Long Snapper that doesn’t pull on the front of their shirt at least 138 times per day, I don’t like you.

5. …Long Snapper that hasn’t used your position to pick up on a lady, I don’t like you.

6. …Long Snapper that hasn’t snapped something at a party, I don’t like you.

7. …Long Snapper that doesn’t know the names Casey Hales, Tyler Schmitt, Christian Yount, Jeff Palmer, Jason Bertoni, John Finch and Kevin Ballinger, I don’t like you.

8. …Long Snapper that has never hurt someone with a great snap, I don’t like you.

9. …Long Snapper that has ever turned down a dessert, I don’t like you.

10. …Long Snapper that doesn’t capitalize the words Long Snapper and/or Long Snapping, I don’t like you.

For kickers

If you are a….

1. …kicker that doesn’t walk, slowly, off the field with your Long Snapper, I don’t like you.

2. …kicker that doesn’t praise your Long Snapper in every interview, I don’t like you.

3. …kicker that doesn’t praise your Long Snapper when he gives you good snaps, I don’t like you.

4. …kicker that has accidentally hit your Long Snapper in the back of the head, I don’t like you.

5. …kicker that has ever motioned for and/or expected your Long Snapper to go get the balls you have kicked, I don’t like you.

6. ..kicker that doesn’t get your Long Snapper a gift for all major holidays, especially their birthday, and maybe even yours, I don’t like you.

7. …kicker that refers to your Long Snapper as simply snapper and not their proper name or glorious nickname, I don’t like you.

8. …kicker that squats too low or jumps when you don’t need to in order to catch a great snap, I don’t like you.

9. …kicker that blames a miss on your Long Snapper when he actually had a good snap, I don’t like you.

10. …kicker that doesn’t realize it all starts with the snap, I don’t like you.

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Highlight Videos for the Rubio Long Snapping Camps

Rubio Long Snapping is happy to announce that Highlight Videos will now be available for purchase for ALL of the Rubio Long Snapping Camps this spring and in Vegas! This is an incredible opportunity and will only be available to a limited number of Long Snappers, kickers and punters that reserve their video.  They are offering a rate of $150 for a video.  Here is how it will work:

1. You can preegister for this service by e-mailing info@VarsityTape.com with your contact info, which camp you will be attending and, this is important, if you are kicker or Long Snapper. The staff will get back to you, within 24 hours, with further instructions.

2. They are taking a LIMITED number of kickers, punter and Long Snappers. If you are interested, e-mail them immediately.

Below is an example of the videos. I am very impressed with the company and their services. If you choose to purchase a highlight video, the video will be yours to use as you see fit.  My recommendation: Email the video to coaches, add the video to your Rubio Long Snapping Player Ranking Profile, add the Video to your NCSA Player Profile and add it to your YouTube page.

Please note: you will still get the standard Rubio Long Snapping YouTube video at the camp. This video for sale is much more robust and powerful.

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Rubio Long Snapper Wyatt Tucker Smith Picks Up Offer from Central Arkansas!

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Rubio Long Snapper Wyatt Tucker Smith (MS, JC/2014) has picked up a full scholarship offer from Central Arkansas!

This is Wyatt’s second offer with his first being from Troy a month back. Wyatt is a great Long Snapper and person. Here is what his profile evaluation says…

Wyatt is just flat out great! He is built, easily, like a D1 Long Snapper. He snaps like one, he runs like one and he looks like one. He is ready now. Snaps a nice, smooth ball with some great strength behind it. Very impressive to watch him snap the ball. Great attitude and continuously working to get better. Tell him to do something and just consider it done. Great attitude.

Congratulations once again to Wyatt Tucker Smith!

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Rubio Long Snappers in College Games – Weekend of 9/26/13

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Here we go….week five starts tonight!

Get your Tivo ready to see A LOT of Rubio Long Snappers in action. If I miss one, please just email me (Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com) and I will make sure it doesn’t happen again as well as update this page immediately. The list of Long Snappers that have gone through Rubio Long Snapping camps is very large and it is tough to keep track (tough problem to have, huh?)

Below are games that will have a Rubio Long Snapper on the team in bold.

GAME ON!!!!!

Virginia Tech vs Georgia Tech
Iowa State vs Tulsa
Middle Tennessee
vs BYU
Utah State 
vs San Jose State
Miami (OH) 
vs Illinois
Northern Illinois vs Purdue
Miami (FL) vs South Florida
SMU vs TCU
South Carolina vs UCF
Oklahoma State vs West Virginia
South Alabama vs Tennessee
East Carolina vs North Carolina
Virginia vs Pittsburgh
Navy vs Western Kentucky
Akron vs Bowling Green
Toledo vs Ball State
Colorado vs Oregon State
Florida State vs Boston College
Connecticut vs Buffalo
Wake Forest vs Clemson
UTEP vs Colorado State
LSU 
vs Georgia
Iowa 
vs Minnesota
Central Michigan vs North Carolina State
Oklahoma
vs Notre Dame
Army vs Lousiana Tech
Houston 
vs UTSA
Ole Miss vs Alabama
Texas A&M 
vs Arkansas
Florida vs Kentucky
Tulane vs Louisiana-Monroe
Florida Atlantic vs Rice
Wyoming vs Texas State
Arizona vs Washington
Kent State vs Western Michigan
Arkansas State vs Missouri
UAB vs Vanderbilt
UNLV vs New Mexico
San Diego State vs New Mexico State
Wisconsin vs Ohio State
Air Force vs Nevada
Stanford vs Washington State
Southern Miss vs Boise State
USC vs Arizona State
California vs Oregon
Fresno State vs Hawaii
Howard 
vs North Carolina A&T
Cal Poly vs Portland State
Cornell 
vs Yale
Monmouth vs Columbia
Drake vs Mercer
Davidson vs Morehead State
Coastal Carolina vs Elon
Illinois State vs Missouri State
Charlotte vs Presbyterian
Campbell 
vs Valparaiso
Eastern Kentucky vs Eastern Illinois
Tennessee State vs Central State
Eastern Washington vs Sam Houston State
Western Carolina 
vs Samford
North Dakota State vs South Dakota State
Charleston Southern vs Appalachian State
Murray State vs Jacksonville State
South Dakota vs Western Illinois
Tarleton State vs Abilene Christian
Sacred Heart vs Bucknell
Furman 
vs Citadel
Chattanooga vs Georgia Southern
Albany vs Old Dominion
Holy Cross vs Dartmouth
Lamar 
vs Grambling State
Eastern New Mexico vs Incarnate Word
Kentucky Wesleyan vs Liberty
Youngstown State 
vs Southern Illinois
Prairie View A&M 
vs Stephen F. Austin
Indiana State
vs  Tennessee Tech
Sacramento State vs Weber State
Montana vs Northern Arizona
Idaho State vs UC Davis
Rhodes 
vs. Berry
Georgia Military vs Iowa Western

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