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

Zach Edwards

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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….

Ethan Wells

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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Questions Regarding the College Camps

As you know, hopefully, Chris Sailer and I have posted the schedule of college camps we will be running this summer. Trust me when I tell you, we could have run another 30 of them for the coaches that asked us, but we simply don’t have time.

BIGGEST THING TO KNOW ABOUT COLLEGE CAMPS is to NOT wear yourself out by trying to hit all of them. As a Long Snapper, you should hit about three. Think of yourself like a pitcher in baseball…you have a pitch count. The more you snap, the worse you will do. One bad performance can crush you in recruiting as all coaches speak to each other. DO NOT waste your time and money by hitting too many camps. 

Here are the top five questions regarding the college camps (Alabama, Texas A&M, LSU, Oregon, Cal, Miami, Georgia, Washington, Cincinnati)….

  1. How do you get invited? You don’t. They are open to all 8th graders – JC. Some schools might be a tad different so check on their respective site. Younger Long Snappers should focus on the regional Rubio Long Snapping camps and FBU.
  2. How do I sign up for the camp(s)? You go to their football site and register. You can also call the football office.
  3. At what age do you recommend my son goes to a college camp? The time to shine will be in between his junior and senior summer (unless you are a freak, in a good way, and then I would highly recommend dominating between sophomore and junior year). However, I personally recommend going as early as possible to cut the jitters. It can be very stressful snapping in front of a high profile coach and you want to get the feeling out of the way early, when they most likely won’t be paying attention to you.
  4. Will the camp(s) be run like your personal camps? Not really. I am hired to run their camp so I am on their schedule. If they want 40 minutes of blocking, that’s what we will be doing. If a coach wants to see John Smith snap thirty in a row, that’s what they get. These camps are more showcases. PLEASE NOTE: I will NOT, under any circumstances, have my Long Snappers just snap to snap. I know that is ignorant and I won’t stand for it. DOUBLE PLEASE NOTE: if you are at a college camp that Rubio Long Snapping is not running, godspeed.
  5. Will you be ranking from the college camps? No. Per NCAA rules, I am not allowed to rank and/or evaluate from the college camps. You could be absolutely phenomenal and I would not be able to rank you or invite to the TOP 12 and EVENT ELITE Camp. If you are at a college camp and someone does invite you to their “invite only” camp, they are breaking a very big rule.

If you any other questions, please feel free to comment on this blog so I can answer it and maybe clear up someone else’s confusion as well.

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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 to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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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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Article & Rankings for the Class of 2018 Long Snappers from the IL Camp (4/12)

The rankings are completed for 2018 Long Snappers that participated in the Rubio Long Snapping Spring Camps in IL!

Long Snappers in this class came out from OH, IL, NE, MI and IN to get the best instruction and most exposure for Long Snappers in the country.

Be sure to check out all of the photos on the Rubio Long Snapping Facebook page HERE

Next update opportunity will be at the Rubio Long Snapping event, VEGAS XXVI on May 9-10.

TOP 2018 LONG SNAPPERS:

  • Roen McCullough showed major waves of brilliance in IL. He is built VERY well for his age and full of power.
  • Jack Halper is long, lean and has great form. Definitely one to watch.
  • "Chicago" Ron showed good improvement in IL.

    “Chicago” Ron showed good improvement in IL.

    “Chicago” Ron Gaines has good form and power. Love his attitude.

  • Brendan Watson has solid form and has the ability to already snap in the .7s.
  • Matt Knight is a very good Long Snapper with nice form and a great attitude. The bigger he gets, the better he will be.

Notables: Derek Hahn, Alex Rosenbaum, James Rosenberry, Justin White.

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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 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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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 to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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2015 College Camps Run by Rubio Long Snapping

Rubio, Saban and SailerRubio Long Snapping will be in charge of several university led college camps across the country. These are camps that the universities put on and have us run. You will register through THEIR site. Here is the list, so far, as more will be added once the dates are finalized…

  • Alabama, June 6
  • Texas A&M, June 8
  • U.S.C. (Southern Cal), June 12
  • Oregon, June 13
  • Kansas, June 14 *
  • UCLA, June 18
  • LSU, July 19

These camps are a great opportunity to get top notch instruction, visit the school, meet it’s coaches and basically have an audition for the team.

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*Rubio will not be at this camp. Rubio Long Snapping will have senior staff members, John Finch and Kevin Ballinger, present and running the camp. 

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Happy Ranksgiving to the Class of 2016 Long Snappers

VEGAS XXV FinalsThe rankings are completed for ALL 2016 Long Snappers that participated in the Rubio Long Snapping National Event: VEGAS XXV!

Approximately 300 Long Snappers came in from nearly every state in the country and even Canada to learn from the best and get the most exposure possible for Long Snappers. This was what you call a true national event to see how you really compare against the best in the world. As I stated before, there is nothing like Vegas and this one definitely did not disappoint. Testimonials are coming in non-stop regarding the weekend.  With the addition of an agility and tackling station, athleticism really played a role in the rankings.

Next ranking opportunity will be at any Rubio Long Snapping spring and summer camp.

This group was simply amazing with the level of talent they brought out to the field on both days. I could make this post 20 pages long talking about each and every one of them. Here are the best of the best….

  • John Shannon:  This kid snaps with as much power as anyone I have ever worked with in over a decade.  The ball explodes out his hands towards the punter.  He uses his whole, strong, body really well.  Athletically, he moves with purpose and runs very hard.  His lateral movement is excellent.  I would like to see him control his body a bit more by VEGAS XXVI.  He is ready NOW for the next level.
  • Johnny Den Bleyker: Den Bleyker is EXTREMELY athletic and just destroyed the agility and tackling station at VEGAS XXV.  He moved flawlessly and made it look effortless.  Not only is he a great Long Snapper, but a true athlete as well.  Den Bleyker has very quick hands when he is snapping.  The ball flies out of the gate and is almost hard to time.  He has a great attitude and work ethic.  He is always improving. He is ready now for the next level.
  • Jake Cesear:  He is built EXTREMELY long and is, easily, one of the top athletes in his class.  Cesear has a frame that will be able to put on another 40 pounds in the next couple of years.  That will definitely make a difference on punt coverage. His starting form is very good and he is using his whole body really well. He needs to make sure he is keeping his weight back so he doesn’t fall forward and is able to block more efficiently.  There is TON of upside on this kid.
  • Ben Wyatt:  It was easy to choose Wyatt to be a member of the TOP 12.  Athletically, he ran very well and had a nice release.  He moved with purposed and was full of aggression.  He has very good control of his body.  Wyatt is a true student of Long Snapping and is always improving. He has made incredible advances in a very short amount of time. This kid has some severe raw power and tries to hurt the punter.  I love it.  Watch this kid.
  • Geron Eatherly:  Eatherly is definitely coming into his own and making a name for himself as one of the best Long Snappers in the country in his class.  His form is excellent and he uses all of his body.  I want to see him snapping as hard as possible each time, making sure he is fully reaching back on his follow through, and that he remembers to keep his balance back.  He has really easy fixes that I would expect are completed by VEGAS XXVI.  Athletically, Eatherly needs to be able to control his body a bit more when moving forward and laterally. He runs very hard.  I would like to see him have lighter feet over the bags.  He is headed towards greatness…quickly.
  • Koby Walsh:  He snaps with an incredible amount of confidence.  He is a Long Snapper that ALWAYS expects to win and I love it.  Athletically, he runs hard and with a purpose.  Walsh blocked well, had a good release, and a solid tackle.  The more he drives his elbows and just lets the ball fly, the better he will be.  He ALWAYS improves for me. He will make a college coach very happy in the near future.
  • Damon Johnson:  Athletically, he was, EASILY, one of the top Long Snappers throughout the weekend.  He runs really well.  He was fast, agile, and moved effortlessly through the agility and tackling station.  Johnson is definitely going to be a factor on punt coverage.  His form is excellent and the more he trusts it, the better he will be in the long run.  He can easily snap in the .7s and can get in the .6s IF he snaps as physically as hard as possible.  Getting his head up quickly after he snaps and making sure his spiral is completely locked down is going to be key in moving up.  You should keep a close eye on him as we finish off his junior year.
  • Charles McDonough:  Another solid jump in the rankings by McDonough after his performance at VEGAS XXV.  His form is looking very good and he is snapping with good power.  Locking down his spiral is going to be key for him.  He is rapidly moving up the rankings and could take the top spot by the summer time.  Athletically, he moves really well and showed great agility throughout the weekend. Keep a very close eye on him.
  • Logan Klusman:  Klusman really came on the scene and did very well at VEGAS XXV. He is an EXTREMELY smooth Long Snapper that snaps a very catchable ball.  The ball is tight and really quick.  Making sure he is fully following through will help a ton with his accuracy.  I want to see him throw his fingers all the way back and not just flicking them to the punter.  He won’t miss at that point.  Athletically, he runs hard with good lateral movement. He needs to get a bit more control of his body.  This kid should be a 5 Star Rubio Long Snapper by VEGAS XXVI or the TOP 12 camp. Watch him.
  • John Aloma:  The kid snaps the ball as if he is trying to put a hole in the punter.  The ball is beyond fast. His snaps are smooth and very accurate.  Aloma is a true student of the position. I would love to see him KNOW how good he is and never snap without confidence…ever. His release point is huge for him and when he adjusts it, it is the only time he even misses his target.  Athletically, Aloma snapped, blocked, and released very well.  Being smooth and not heavy while going forward and laterally will be huge for him getting to the next level.  If he can lock down his athleticism, he is an EASY 5 Star Rubio Long Snapper.
  • Connor Kirkegaard:  When he was on, he was REALLY on.  By VEGAS XXVI, I want it to be one constant weekend of domination.  Snapping full speed and with max power will be crucial in getting him to be a 5 Star Rubio Long Snapper.  This kid can EASILY do it and needs to know he can do it. Giving his full effort with all snaps will be key.  Athletically, he runs very hard and accelerates well.  He needs to make sure he is in full control of his body at all times.  The ball is in his court and he will be as GREAT as he chooses to be.
  • Erik Dickerson:  He did exceptionally well at the agility and tackling station showing that he is a true athlete.  His movements were very smooth and fluid.  I have no doubt he will be a presence on punt coverage.  His snapping is very solid with good accuracy and speed.  He is able to hit in the .7s and has a good spiral.  Dickerson needs to make sure he is focused on getting his strong lower half fully involved to create more power on his punt snaps.  To increase his accuracy, I would love to see him make sure he gets his eyes all the way through and not pausing them towards the middle of the snap. There is TONS of potential and upside on Dickerson.
  • Scott Meyer:  Meyer is a very smooth Long Snapper with tons of upside.  When he is relaxed and just letting the ball fly, there is no one better in the country.  Athletically, he blocked well but needs to work on his agility.  Moving forward and laterally should be pretty darn flawless.  Aggression with his running and snapping will be key as well as he moves towards the next level. I would like to see him make sure he doesn’t pop out his feet when he is snapping so he doesn’t lose any power.  Snapping with his full power will be big for him.  Keep an eye on him.
  • Anthony Ratliff:  Ratliff had a great weekend at VEGAS XXV and is certainly in the lead for EVENT ELITE at VEGAS XXVI.  He is snapping with some very good power on his punts. He snaps with anger and I like it.  I would love to see him continue to work on the speed of his hands out of the gate. Quickness and no catchable hitch will be key in rising in the rankings.  Release point with his fingers will be a big help with his accuracy.  Athletically, he moved with good agility and speed. Ratliff needs to make sure he remains smooth and doesn’t look awkward when moving forward and laterally.  Trust me, keep a very close eye on this Long Snapper.

Notables: Donald Reiter, Trent Kramer, Jake Munoz, Gus Karres, Jack Quiggle, Josh Brady, Blevyns Jumper, Jon Letter, & Colton Piatt.

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

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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 to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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2015 Spring and Summer Camps

Here we go, you have seen what others say about Rubio Long Snapping and now is the time to get involved. Here is a list, and explanations, of the Rubio Long Snapping spring and summer schedule for 2015

Tyler Griffiths 2014 Fall INSTRUCTIONAL, EVALUATION & EXPOSURE CAMPS

Spring and summer Long Snapping Camps are open to ALL levels Long Snappers. You do NOT have to be invited to attended any spring or summer Rubio Long Snapping Instructional Camps. These Long Snapping Camps are open to Long Snappers from 8th grade (younger with permission from Rubio) through college. The winners of each camp receive a FREE admission to the May Vegas Event put on by Rubio Long Snapping (travel and accommodations excluded). Please note: these camps will sell out quickly!

These camps are one day camps that offer instruction, film and classroom session, Long Snapping Discussion, NCSA recruiting meeting, Nutritional Discussion and Competition. Attending these camps gives you top notch instruction and the chance to be added to the Rubio Long Snapping Player Ranking Section of the website.

Why attend? To get the best instruction and the most exposure possible in the world as a Long Snapper, to be ranked with Rubio Long Snapping, to receive a Rubio Long Snapping shirt, To be filmed for YouTube (Long Snappers),To have the chance to win FREE admission to the Chris Sailer Kicking and Rubio Long Snapping National Spring Event in May in Las Vegas (travel and accommodations not included)

  • March 1, CA – SOLD OUT! (please email Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com for the the wait list as spots tend to open up)
  • March 15, TX – SOLD OUT! (please email Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com for the the wait list as spots tend to open up)
  • March 28, NC – SOLD OUT! (please email Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com for the the wait list as spots tend to open up)
  • March 29, GA – SOLD OUT! (please email Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com for the the wait list as spots tend to open up)
  • April 12, IL – SOLD OUT! (please email Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com for the the wait list as spots tend to open up)
  • July 11, IL
  • July 23, TX
  • July 25, NC
  • July 26, GA
  • July 29, CA

You can register for any Rubio Long Snapping spring and summer camp HERE

VEGAS EVENT - 2014VEGAS EVENTS

As you know, the Vegas Events are the biggest and best Long Snapping camps in the world. They are truly a national event to see how you compete against the best in the nation, and world. The May Event, or VEGAS XXVI, is the second largest Long Snapping camp we run (VEGAS XXV in January is the biggest). The main difference is the weather and there are less seniors since many have already stepped onto their college campuses for their next stage of their life.

The Vegas Events are NOT an invite only camp. They are first come, first served. Long Snappers ranging from 8th grade – JC are allowed to attend.

This is the SUPER BOWL for Long Snappers. No other kicking event comes close to the exposure offered by the National Snapping Events. Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the most credible recruiting source for Long Snappers in the country. The “TOP 12” and “EVENT ELITE” is the list to be on if you are seeking national exposure. From the Vegas Events, the Rubio Long Snapping Staff will select the “TOP 12” Seniors/JC & the “TOP 12” Underclassman (January) and “Event Elite” (May). Over 90% of the “TOP 12” have received full ride D1A scholarships in the past. Over 99% members of the “TOP 12” have gone on to play college football. In addition the “TOP 12” Underclassman will be invited to attend an exclusive summer camp to train and compete amongst that elite group.  The Competition Finals Round Winners (FG, Punt, and LS) will receive FREE Rubio Long Snapping Camps for 1 FULL YEAR. (Excludes transportation and Hotel). The Vegas Events offer the best exposure possible for Long Snappers. Rubio Long Snapping have personal relationships with over 100 D1A Universities and many more at other levels. This is your chance to get recognized on a national scale. Rubio Long Snapping work very closely with Scout.com, Rivals.com, Espn.com, etc. and have also been featured in Sports Illustrated, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Deadspin, etc.

  • VEGAS XXVI Prep Camp, May 3, CA
  • VEGAS XXVI, Small Group Sessions, May 8 – SOLD OUT! (please email Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com for the the wait list as spots tend to open up)
  • VEGAS XXVI, May 9-10

You can register for any Rubio Long Snapping VEGAS EVENT HERE

TOP GUN groupFBU CAMPS

For the second year in a row, Rubio Long Snapping and Chris Sailer Kicking will be teaming up with FBU to run their specialists portions of their camps. FBU is the world’s largest football training service and has hired us to handle their Long Snapping section. It is an honor and we are proud to do it again. It is a top notch organization that benefits countless athletes across the country.

This year, Rubio Long Snapping will be running more camps in order to hit more areas around the country. To be able to do this, I will only be at certain locations. The locations in italics are camps that I will personally be at this spring and summer. Those not in italics, will have two senior Rubio Long Snapping instructors in attendance (staff members that have been with me for well over 30 camps). They will follow the same format as myself and report directly to FBU and yours truly.

We will be choosing the two Long Snappers that will participate in the US ARMY ALL-AMERICAN BOWL at the FBU TOP GUN CAMP in Ohio on July 16-18. Chris Sailer Kicking will also be selecting the East Bay Youth All-American for the Class of 2019 (Freshman All-American Bowl) and 2020 (8th Grade All-American Bowl) at the FBU TOP GUN CAMP in Ohio on July 16-18. You MUST be invited to the TOP GUN camp by performing well at one of the regional camps prior to the TOP GUN Camp. Bottom line, you will have to do well at one of the camps, that the Chris Sailer Kicking staff  is in attendance at, to pick up an invite from myself and/or one of my senior instructors.

You will need a code to register for an FBU camp, and since you are a Rubio Long Snapper, you will have it right now: CR15. Use this code to register now for an FBU camp as they will sell out.

  • April 24-25, Central Florida
  • May 1-2, North Carolina
  • May 1-2, Dallas
  • May 15-16, New Jersey
  • May 22-23, Atlanta
  • May 29-30, South Florida
  • June 5-6, Chicago
  • June 5-6, San Francisco
  • June 19-20, Los Angeles
  • June 19-20, Houston
  • July 10-11, Ohio
  • July 16-18, Dublin, Ohio, TOP GUN CAMP (this is the camp where the US ARMY BOWL ALL-AMERICANS, FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICANS & 8TH GRADE ALL-AMERICANS will be selected)

COLLEGE LEVEL CAMP

  • June 29-30, CA

This camp will be ONLY for 4 year university college Long Snappers AND Long Snappers entering into a 4 year university. 1st year JC and freshman, sophomores and juniors in high school can NOT attend this camp.

This will be a very high level camp that will be run similarly to the TOP 12 and EVENT ELITE camp. Cost of the camp will include hotel, transportation to the fields and the instruction. This camp is built for Long Snappers looking to dominate the college camp and get ready for the NFL.

You can register for the Rubio Long Snapping College Camp HERE

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  • March 3, CA

You (the specialists) asked for it, you got it. They (NFL coaches) asked for it, they got it. As you know, Chris Sailer and myself have always run the biggest and best exposure camps for high school Long Snappers and kickers. Now it is time for us to move completely into the NFL realm to give the needed exposure to our college athletes.

Chris Sailer and myself have been asked COUNTLESS times to run a free agent camp since it is something that has been lacking for quite some time in the world of specialists. It is now time. This one day camp will be a showcase for NFL coaches. There will be little coaching (you shouldn’t need a ton if you are at this camp) as this camp will all be about exposure. NFL coaches and personnel will be on hand to personally see the Long Snappers in action.

In order to attend this camp, you must be out of college and be eligible for the NFL draft.

You can register for the NFL Free Agent camp HERE (spots will be limited)

Rubio, Saban and SailerCOLLEGE CAMPS

Rubio Long Snapping will be in charge of several university led college camps across the country. These are camps that the universities put on and have us run. You will register through THEIR site. Here is the list, so far, as more will be added once the dates are finalized…

  • Alabama, June 6
  • Texas A&M, June 8
  • Oregon, June 13
  • UCLA, June 18
  • LSU, July 19
  • USC, TBD

TOP 12 & EVENT ELITE CAMP

This camp is open ONLY to those invited personally by Chris Rubio. You are chosen to attend this camp by performing extremely well at either the January or May National Snapping Events in Las Vegas. Do NOT sign up for this camp unless you have been formally invited by  Rubio. Former “TOP 12” and “EVENT ELITE” members includes countless college and NFL players, All-Americans, NFL Pro Bowlers and Super Bowl participants.

Top 12 and Event Elite - 2014Some Long Snapping “TOP 12” Alumni: Christian Yount (Cleveland Browns), Justin Drescher (New Orleans Saints), Aaron Brewer (Denver Broncos), Jon Weeks (Houston Texans) to name a few.

The “TOP 12” is chosen after the January Event (VEGAS XXV) and the “EVENT ELITE” is chosen after the spring Event (VEGAS XXVI). There are obviously 12 chosen for the “TOP 12” and there is no set number for the “EVENT ELITE”. Those that deserve it and are top of their class in May, get chosen…it could be one, it could be 20.

The success rate of those we have been selected in the past that go on to play college football (most on scholarship) is over 95%.

Invites go out after each Vegas Event.

  • June 15-17, CA

Underclassmen Invite Event - 2014UNDERCLASSMEN INVITE EVENT

You will almost think of this Event as a baby TOP 12 & EVENT ELITE Camp. This two day event is a camp that Rubio Long Snapping will be completely gearing towards the athletes and their parents/guardians. This camp is meant to not only get the athletes headed in the right direction in the beginning of their high school careers, but also the parents as well. It will provide information regarding nutrition, social media, recruiting, film, education and, of course, on field instruction. This event is just as much for the parents/guardians as it is the athletes!

College recruiting for Long Snappers is finally getting where it needs to be. Scholarships are being offered earlier and earlier each year. Early exposure is necessary these days. The Rubio Long Snapping Underclassmen “Invite Only” Event is the perfect opportunity to make a name for yourself and solidify your national ranking at the perfect time. The middle of the summer is now the time college coaches build their underclassmen lists. You want to be on that list. This camp will get you there. It is also your first opportunity to prove that you are a “TOP 12” candidate in your class. The camp is set for early July for a reason, college coaches asked us to do this. They want the inside track early. Don’t be surprised to see more and more underclassmen offered during the season in the near future.

There will be formal meetings/classroom sessions on individual topics such as: Training (what level is right for the underclassmen athlete, how often, proper techniques), Nutrition and Lifting (Good habits, bad habits), Social Media (Setting up and using the proper social media outlets – this has become a must), Filming (proper angles, techniques, times, set up), Education (the importance of it, standards, year by year plan)

Invites go out in May.

  • June 19-20, CA

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Happy Ranksgiving to the 2017 GA Long Snappers

The rankings are completed for ALL  2017 Long Snappers and Future Stars that participated in the Rubio Long Snapping Summer Camp in GA.

Next ranking opportunity in GA will be on November 23 and at VEGAS XXV.

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

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Rubio Long Snapper Kevin Keane Put on Scholarship

Rubio Long Snapper Kevin Keane has been put on scholarship at Boise St.

He is taking over for Rubio Long Snapper Chris Roberson who graduated. Keane started all games last year for the Broncos and has beat out Rubio Long Snapper Matt Cota for the starting job this year.

Congratulations to Keane and his family!

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Summer Rankings

Many of you have been asking when I will be done with rankings / videos and the answer is….when I am done with rankings and videos.

Trust me, I am going as fast as I can but you need to remember that I am the only one doing them and I want to do them right. I take an immense amount of pride in them and treat each with one care and respect. I don’t just put “did well, scored four out of five points on a target.” That would be lame and I hold myself to a higher standard than that.

Bottom line, I know you all want the updated rankings to be done and so do I. I will be working my tail to get them completed as quickly as possible. As always, be sure to check Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for updates.

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TOP 10 Things Heard at College Camps This Summer

As you know, Chris Sailer Kicking and I have been traveling the country this June running college camps. As it turns out, MANY of our athletes and their families have been doing the same. Throughout our travels, we (Sailer and I) have heard many interesting things from coaches, parents and players. All along, you (the families) have heard some things as well and have been telling us. Here are the TOP 10 Things Heard at College Camps This Summer…

  1. You Rubio guys obviously know what you are doing. There is nothing I can change – D1 Coach
  2. I was appalled at how poorly organized and ran this camp was. It DEFINITELY opened my eyes to how great your camps are. – Parent at a college camp Sailer and I were NOT running
  3. There was absolutely no instruction at all! The company that was running the camp was unbelievably bad. It came as a shock since they are supposed to be in competition with you. WHAT A JOKE! – Parent at a college camp Sailer and I were NOT running
  4. It is VERY obvious who the Rubio Long Snappers are at any camp we have been to this summer. They have the best form, they have confidence and the coaches ALWAYS gravitate right to them. Thank you – Parent at a college camp Sailer and I were NOT running
  5. We wanted the best instructors in the world and that is why we brought in Rubio and Sailer – D1 Coach
  6. Our staff has over 100 years of experience and we still contact Rubio to coach our Long Snappers – D1 Coach
  7. The more college camps my son goes to that you aren’t at, the more I appreciate Rubio Long Snapping – Parent at a college camp Sailer and I were NOT running
  8. The camp was terrible. All they told my kid to do was snap. They gave him NO instruction and didn’t pay attention to him, or any other Long Snappers at all. I appreciate you so much more now – Parent at a college camp Sailer and I were NOT running
  9. I almost feel bad for the Long Snappers that haven’t been to your camps. They are clearly not trained well, aren’t a part of the Rubio Long Snapping family and are, don’t want to be mean but, are getting crushed in all aspects of the camp – Parent at a college camp Sailer and I were NOT running
  10. You and Sailer need to run ALL of the college camps. – Parent at a college camp Sailer and I were NOT running

See you this fall! Expect camp dates to be coming out soon!

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Happy Ranksgiving to the Class of 2017!

The rankings are completed for ALL  2017 Long Snappers that participated in the Rubio Long Snapping Spring Event in Las Vegas.

Tons of talent already in this class. Very excited to watch them grow over the years!

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.

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Happy Ranksgiving to the Class of 2015

The rankings are completed for ALL  2015 Long Snappers that participated in the Rubio Long Snapping Spring Event in Las Vegas.

This class is a very tricky one to rank since so many guys are so close in ability. Amazing group of talented Long Snappers.

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 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.

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EVENT ELITE MEMBER # 15

Congratulations to Drew McCracken (GA, ’15) on being selected to the 2014 Event Elite!

Here was your clue…. EVENT ELITE member: past tense of an ability a right brainer would have then a possible “green” legendary sea monster

1st part:  past tense of an ability a right brainer would have (people that use more of the right side of their brain are artistic and artistic people can draw well…past tense is DREW )

2nd part: a possible “green” legendary sea monster (Mc is famous for Irish and people associate Irish with the color of green then a kracken is a legendary sea monster)

Congratulations to Drew McCracken on being invited to the 2014 TOP 12 and EVENT ELITE camp where only the best of the best Long Snappers in the country will be competing and learning!

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EVENT ELITE MEMBER # 14

Congratulations to Jordan Ober (NV, ’15) on being selected to the 2014 Event Elite!

Here was your clue…. EVENT ELITE member: shocked this kid doesn’t snap with his tongue out & he would be at the top row at the hofrbauhaus

1st part:  shocked this kid doesn’t snap with his tongue out  (Michael JORDAN used to always play with his tongue out)

2nd part: he would be at the top row at the hofrbauhaus (The Hofbrauhaus is a German restaurant and OBER means upper in German)

Congratulations to Jordan Ober on being invited to the 2014 TOP 12 and EVENT ELITE camp where only the best of the best Long Snappers in the country will be competing and learning!

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Testimonials About Rubio Long Snapping (Continuously Updated)

Per NCAA rules, all names have been left off for privacy purposes. What you will see below is a testimonial, who said it, what state they are from and what year it was said in. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions: Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com
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“A year ago I would have never dreamed of this (getting a full scholarship). A friend talked us into going to Chicago in July and it’s was the best decision my parents and I ever made. Thank you” Long Snapper – OH – 2014

“I just wanted to send you an email to say thank you for everything you’ve taught me at your camps that I’ve attended.  Just last week I committed to _____________ and will be long snapping for their football team.  Everything you’ve taught me has really helped me as a long snapper and a person, and I just wanted to say thank you so much.” Long Snapper – IL – 2014

“Rubio, First off, I wanted to thank you personally for the outstanding attention you give to EACH and every student at your camps.  The FBU camp was only at hit because of the following of amazing students that follow you  no matter where you go. Secondly, thanks for the constant encouragement you give to my son.  He has just recently started believing he can compete at the next levels.   I contribute this to you and your wonder ability to coach with such a positive attitude.  He just thinks the world of you, and wishes all his coaches were like you.” Parent – GA – 2014

“Rubio, First let me thank you for your work with these young men. I also wanted to thank you for the way you challenged my son with encouragement but reality of what he needs to do to get better. I have never seen him as devoted to ANYTHING as he is to long snapping. He has written on his wall TOP GUN and #1. You continue to challenge and change young men’s live and I thank you again for all you do with them and your willingness to be honest and truthful, while not compromising integrity.” Parent – NC – 2018

“Just wanted to say yesterday was our first camp!  Not only do we think that our son learned many things about long snapping, your talk about Social Media, speaking clearly and confidently and placing importance on academics are all great life lessons! Things we have already told him but coming from you guys probably means more.” Parent – OH – 2014

“Thank you for a great camp! I really enjoyed myself at my first long snapping camp.” Long Snapper – IA – 2014

“Just wanted to say thanks for the great camp.  We learned more in one morning of instruction than we have in years from others.” Parent – FL – 2014

” You have meant so much to our son, and for you to have the level of confidence that you do to afford him the opportunity to tell his story means a great deal to all of us.  I asked him yesterday what Rubio meant to him, and he simply said “everything!  I wouldn’t be a long snapper if it wasn’t for Rubio.”  Parent – GA – 2014

“Rubio, Thanks for spending the time with my son for some fine tuning in Lewiston.  His form, speed, and accuracy improved within the first hour.  And you instilled in him the confidence it takes to be the best.  He’s begun to see the opportunities that can come from hard work and attention to detail.  The world just got bigger for him, and I wish I would’ve brought him out to see you a lot sooner!” Parent – IL – 2014

“Rubio, I have committed to __________ University on a partial scholarship. Thank you for all of the help the last four years! I could not have done this without your instruction.” Long Snapper – 2014 – IL

“You are amazing…You have given snappers value and dignity, they deeply deserve. Keep up the great work.” Parent – TX – 2014

“I don’t have the words to properly express how much my wife and I appreciate the advice and help you’ve given our son over the last few years. If he never snaps a down in college football, I wouldn’t trade the experience he’s had for anything.” Parent – AL – 2014

“What did you do to my son at the California camp?  He’s on fire!!!!  Despite all our efforts regarding grades, friends, social network and overall dedication, he listened to YOU and your coaches and for that I’m so grateful!!!! Thank you for the awesome camp and all you do for these young boys!!” Parent – IA – 2014

“Rubio, I wanted to drop you a quick note thanking you for everything you have done for our son over the last three years.  Our son attended your first camp in March 2011 as a scrawny 150 lb. kid who had potential to snap the ball well at the high school level, and is now attending his last Rubio camp as a high school student this weekend with a scholarship in hand to play Division 1 football. Thanks again for everything you have done to build our son’s confidence and develop his long snapping skills – yes, in that order.” Parent – OH – 2014

I am glad the pipeline to Rubio Long Snapping will continue within the Hawkins family, please feel free to use me as a reference if the situation ever arises.  On behalf of my wife and the entire Hawkins family, we wish you and the Rubio family all the best.

“Hey Rubio, I just wanted to thank you for everything over the year and to where is has led me today. I have committed to _____________ and I couldn’t have done it without you!” Long Snapper – CA – 2014

“Hey Rubio, I would just like to thank you for all you’ve done for me and I have committed to ___________. Even though my parents never let me go to the Vegas events or a lot of camps I still consider myself a Rubio Long Snapper. You taught me everything I know about the correct Long Snapping form. I think the best thing about your camps is the encouragement you give young long snappers to never sell yourself short. Because I thought about giving up Long Snapping plenty of times but I would see a tweet of yours and become motivated. And now I can say I am a D1 football player. Something I thought about before long snapping was impossible.” Long Snapper – TN – 2014

“We are getting ready for my son’s signing at school!! We wanted you to know how much we appreciate EVERYTHING you have done for my son! Your knowledge & love for all your snappers is amazing!! Thank you for all you have done!!!” Parent – IL – 2014

“I just want to say THANK YOU!!! Thank you for not only the priceless long snapping instruction that you have given our Son but the unspoken life advice. Mark told me that our son called you and I just simply wanted to say thank you.” Parent – LA – 2014

“Rubio, we just want to say a big Thanks! for helping my son over the years at your camps! He’s learned so much and improved his skill thru your instruction and encouragement. Don’t ever underestimate how much influence you have on these young men. You believe in them and they know it. It makes them a better snapper but also it’ll make them better men! Thanks for helping my son get to the next level! We appreciate you!” Parent – MS – 2014

“I just wanted to thank you for the great instruction that I received from you at your camps. Although I only attended two of your camps, the things that I learned at these two camps helped me improve drastically in my long snapping abilities. During this past summer, I did very well at college long snapping camps and much of this success came from the things that I learned from you.I wanted to let you know of my college decision because i’m not sure if it would’ve been possible without your instruction. Thanks again for all of your help at the two camps I attended!” Long Snapper – MN – 2014

“I wanted to thank you for everything you have done for my son. Your camps have truly revolutionized how special teams is perceived. My son has improved so much and is working towards a real goal. This would not be happening if it were not for you. Our family is grateful.” Parent – NV – 2013

“I wanted to let you know how much I appreciate what you have done for my son both as long snapper and how much better he has become and how he has matured and gained confidence.” Parent – CA – 2014

“Rubio, Thank you for all the help that you have given our son since he started coming to your camps several years ago.  He is a better snapper and a better person for having been around you.” Parent – NC – 2014

“I attended the Las Vegas Camp and I just wanted to say thanks for putting on a great camp. I learned so much from the instructors and had such a fun time. I can’t wait for the next camp!” Long Snapper – CA – 2014

“I wouldn’t be where I am today without your instruction. Thanks for all you do for snappers everywhere.” Long Snapper – IL – 2014

“My wife and I can’t express how much we appreciate you and what you have done for our son.  We count the day we discovered you as one of our best!” Parent – IL

“I can not thank you enough for the coaching you provided me in football and life.” Long Snapper – IL – 2014

“I also wanted to use this letter to completely thank you for everything you have done for me. It is to the point where I don’t have the right words to express how much you have changed my life forever. I have always dreamed of the opportunities that I now have achieved. You have given me these opportunities, and taught me how to achieve them too. You have helped shape me into a better person on and off the field. I am forever in debt to you and the Rubio Long Snapping family that has brought me to this point. Thank you again for EVERYTHING.” Long Snapper – MI – 2013

“Rubio, thanks for everything you have done for my son since the day we met in that off-chance meeting when my son was in the 8th grade. More important than his long snapping skills, you have helped shape him into the fine young man he has become. As good as he is he never stops working at being better. Thanks again” Parent – CA – 2013

“Rubio, I just wanted to thank you for everything that you’ve helped me accomplish as far as long snapping goes. I couldn’t have made it to where I am without your teaching and your guidance, not only with snapping but with real life situations. I have just been offered by __________ and I couldn’t have done it without you! Thank you for everything that you’ve done for me!” Long Snapper – AR – 2013

“Thanks for all that you do for these young men and especially mine!  Thanks for lighting and stoking a fire for this skill within him.  Thanks for creating a way to learn this skill through repetition and hard work.  Thanks for creating a close, community of snappers and parents that make the entire process extremely rewarding.   In a world of what is in it for me, thanks for caring about the kids at a very unexpected and deep level. And finally, thanks for taking a shy, large, and rather quiet young boy and giving him a nickname for the ages, confidence in himself and starting him on a path towards being not just a longsnapper, but a GREAT longsnapper!” Parent – GA – 2013

“Rubio, Doesn’t the English language have a better way to say Thank You? Perhaps, You’re Appreciated. Maybe, You’ve Made a Difference. Ultimately, With Sincere Gratitude could be a little better. Regardless, we are thankful that you have come into my son’s life in a way that is tangible. Not just as a long-snapping instructor, but also as a person that keeps all of life’s challenges in perspective. You teach your students to be aggressive in pursuit of what they want out of football as well as life and never forget to appreciate the ride. My son has committed to a great situation for him and earned a college scholarship to snap, his dream come true. It likely would not have happened without your instruction on the football field AND your encouragement off the gridiron.” Parent – KS – 2013

“I want to thank you for all that you do and how you”ve impacted my son in giving him something to shoot for!  We”ve been to other camps, but nothing like what you and Sailer run” Parent – MI – 2013

“You told me the very first time we talked on the phone that you will make my the son the best his city has ever had. Well as of yesterday he is the only person to ever letter solely as a Long Snapper in the programs history. And is 1 of only 5 sophomores lettering this season. And 1 of 3 players to be awarded Subway Player of the Week twice. None of this would have been possible without you. From my wife and I…from the bottom of our hearts we thank you.” Parent – CA – 2013

“On behalf of my husband and myself we would like to thank you for the great camp yesterday.  Our son got a lot out of it because of the approach that you have for teaching. You can tell you were a teacher at some point in your career. My husband was a center and snapper for Virginia Tech and he was amazed at the way you were able to convey the mechanics of the snap to the kids. After attending we realized that whatever effort it takes to get there it is well worth it. Once again thanks for a great day and camp!” Parent – NJ – 2013

“Rubio, My son dresses out for his second home game for _____ this Saturday.  Seeing him on the field in uniform the first game was a proud moment for his entire family.  Matt would not be in this position absent your instruction and encouragement. The personal confidence my son gained from your instruction and camps cannot be measured.  His competition and evaluation at your camps, Vegas, and Top 12 gave him the confidence to know he was one of the best long snappers in the country.  Without this confidence, he would not be at ______.    This confidence carries over to other aspects of my son”s life and will continue to do so.  The lessons my son learned from your instruction (hard work, goal setting and achievement, discipline, motivation) are life lessons that will pay great dividends. My wife and  I thank you for your dedication and commitment.  Keep up the good work. Your work is changing the lives of young men, such as my son!” Parent – TX – 2013

“Rubio, Thanks for a great day yesterday – speaking on behalf of the many parents that I chatted with, we enjoy the camps as much if not more than the kids” Parent – CA – 2013

“I wanted to write to let you know that my son had an excellent experience at your camp this past weekend.” Parent – AZ – 2013

“You have helped me improve so much from where I was, even after I left doing all the drills you taught me. Your camp is definitely the best I have been to. I felt like it was very personal, and a great learning experience. What you have taught me I have been able to incorporate into my game situations.” Long Snapper – IL – 2013

“You were clearly meant to help kids achieve their goals and dreams wether as a snapper or otherwise. I think that is a true gift! You may not know each kids personal story but I guarantee you are helping these kids in more ways than you may even know!  My message to you is THANK YOU for helping my son maybe when you didn”t even know you were!!” Parent – CA – 2013

“Thank you so much for everything you”ve done for me. It”s amazing how many cool things I”ve gotten to do over these last four years.” D1 Long Snapper – OK – 2013

“If not for your camps, my son would not be where he is…forever grateful to you.” Parent – MS – 2013

“Thank you for all your help.  You have been a tremendous influence on him and we both have great respect for you.  He is living his dream of playing college football!” Parent – CA – 2013

“We have you to thank for helping him achieve his dreams!” Parent – CA – 2013

“Thank you for the confidence you instilled in my son the last 4 years , even though he has not continued long snapping the encouragement and confidence you helped instill in him allowed him to Pursue his other dream to become a commercial pilot” Parent – CA – 2013

“Chris was a major reason for my son to continue his education in college. His camps gave my son the ability to land a scholarship at a D2 school. I can”t thank Chris enough for his time and efforts to teach young kids a skill which will advance them in life” Parent – TX – 2013

“We”d like to again THANK YOU for taking the time to come and share with us.  You made a huge impression on the team.  Good words on being positive with teammates, and the confidence factor.” Coach – WA – 2013

“I just wanted to thank you for all of the postings and blogs.  They are well thought out and beneficial for all of us to read.  Little reminders, but very helpful!  Keep doing what you are doing!” Parent – TN – 2013

“Thank you not only for the skills you have taught on the field, but how you teach them off the field experiences” Parent – KS – 2013

“You are truly inspiring young men to greater levels in all phases of their lives.   Thanks for your dedication and devotion!” Parent – TX – 2013

“To say that my wife and I are thankful or grateful would be a massive understatement. We cannot thank you enough for what you have done for our son on the football field, but more importantly OFF the football field. He has taken your life lesson’s, quotes of the day, blogs and conversations to heart. You have been, and hopefully will continue to be a major influence in his life. Thank you very much. Major full embrace.” Parent – CA – 2013

“This whole experience is so much more than just snapping a ball and I want to say thank you for being such a dynamic person in the lives of these young men. Keep up the good work Rubio. :)” Parent – WI – 2013

“Thank you for the incredible instruction today. This was our son”s 2nd camp with you and we”d gladly make the journey from Oregon again to attend another Rubio/Sailer camp. Priceless!” Parent – OR – 2013

“Big thanks to Chris Rubio for a great camp in Chicago. How he involves the parents so they can then help their snapper is second to none!” Parent – IN – 2013

“I just wanted to thank you for a very well, run camp this past Saturday outside of Chicago.  This was our 1st camp with you and we were very impressed from the start of the day, through to the very end.  We really didn’t know what to expect coming in to it but we had a blast, especially our son.  He way the instruction was delivered with drills and with your examples – really seemed to resonate with the guys. We’re now “hooked” and plan on attending the September – Chicago camp and the Las Vegas session. Thanks again for everything, we’re big fans!” Parent – MA – 2013

“I can”t tell you how much I enjoyed watching you run your camp. I”ve worked with a lot of businesses over the years and it was a joy to watch such a well run business model. As a parent it meant even more to me to watch you relate to the kids. You spent time with, and encouraged every camper there regardless of their athletic ability. I cannot thank you enough for caring about all the kids. This was my son”s first camp, and he has only recently been exposed to long snapping. You really encouraged him to continue with your instruction and your enthusiasm. Thanks, and thanks again for all you do for our kids.” Parent – NC – 2013

“Rubio, I can’t thank you enough for everything you have done for my son. He would have never had this opportunity (going to college) without your help. Parent – MS – 2013

“Wonderful camp in Ga my 13 yr old loved it. We will be attending your camps over the yrs Thank you so much” Parent – GA – 2013

“Hey Rubio, I just wanted to thank you for all the help that you have given me through your camps. I don”t think I would be in the spot I am without all your help. I can”t say enough good things about your camp and I encourage every young long snapper to go to them. Once again thanks for all you have done” Long Snapper – NC – 2013

“I just wanted to take a moment to tell you just how impressed I was with the camp. My son said he truly enjoyed the experience, and couldn”t believe how much he learned in such a short time. I am embarrassed to admit I was questioning the cost versus value, but no more! I truly appreciate the enormous amount of information you provided yesterday and look forward to the next camp.” Parent – MD – 2013

“We really enjoyed the camp in Charlotte, NC and certainly learned a lot!!” Parent – NC – 2013

“Once again thank you for your time at the NC camp.  It was way more than advertised.  Fantastic job.” Parent – NC – 2013

“Excellent camp today. My son will return to a fall camp and Vegas. Thank you for instructing my son today. He loved your camp and instruction” Parent – CO – 2013

“Even as just the Camera Guy, not a player, i found your training very informative and I liked the way you worked with the kids and brought the parents into the mix.” Camera Man – CA – 2013

“We thought the Underclassmen Invite Event was spectacular.  It was, by far, the most comprehensive and professionally structured athletic camp we”ve ever attended.  Whatever the future holds for my son, we are so much more informed and better prepared to navigate the waters.  Thanks so much for inspiring our son to be the best that he can be.  I know you hear it all the time, but as parents, we couldn”t hope for more positive mentor for him.” Parent – TX – 2013

“I cannot thank you and Chris Sailer enough for all you do, and the life lessons these student/athletes will learn and use as the grow into adulthood.  You and Chris have made a positive contribution to these kids, that we as parents get to enjoy back two fold.”Parent – CA – 2013

“Rubio, I was at a camp a few weekends ago and after the camp a few dads came up and asked if I was a Rubio Longsnapper. I let them know that I was and they said they could tell just by the way I snapped and handled myself at camp. They said they could see how confident I looked while snapping and that they would be sending there sons to work with you. Thanks for all you do Rubio! See you soon!” Long Snapper – AL – 2013

“What my son learned at your camp has propelled him to be one of the best Long Snappers in the Northeast.” Parent – CT – 2013

“Thanks for what you do. You and Sailer are truly at the top of the kicking and snapping world.” Parent – CA – 2013

“Rubio, I just wanted to thank you and Sailer for the quality and professionalism of your camps. We have attended 3 of your camps and one that you ran on a college campus. All were run top notched, even the one on the college campus that you did not control the flow. Your planning and execution is very detailed, and as you put it, militaristic as times. We attended a D1 college camp this week, thinking it was run by the coaching staff. Come to find out, it was not. What a mistake we made. The camp was very unorganized, not the most professional operation I have ever seen, and it was very counterproductive for our Long Snapper. I think we set him back, by making this mistake. We had another camp scheduled in the near future at another college; we are canceling due to this camp being run by the same group as our bad experience.  My wife and I just wanted to say we were lucky to find you during our search for a long snapping instructor. We also want to thank you and Sailer for not only the football instruction, but the life lessons you share with all your snappers and kickers. You are preparing them for life beyond the sport.  It is no wonder that your relationships with your campers are long term.  Again, thanks for what you two do and we look forward to seeing you in the future. We are a proud member of the #Team Rubio family and supporter of #Team Sailer!” Parent – TX – 2013

“I learned a lot and it was very apparent why you are the best!” Parent – MN – 2013

“So I”m going to all these college camps, and it makes me realize just how much I miss you. You are going to be getting a big hug from me in California!” Long Snapper – KY – 2013

“Thanks again for your great program and solid instruction.  You made it seem like private lessons, even with dozens of kids at camp.” Parent – TX – 2013

“After attending several college camps this summer we have found that no one does it like Rubio… There is no comparison to the instruction, competition and ORGANIZATION of your camps. It’s also amazing how easy it is to pick out the Rubio snappers at each camp. Keep up the good work!” Parent – MS – 2013

“Having you in my son”s corner is a real blessing and we are very grateful for all you have done.” Parent – WA – 2013

“My son is a 2015 player here in Alabama. He was at the Alabama camp Saturday. He just decided he wanted to try long snapping about two weeks ago. He went to the camp scared to death that he would make a fool of himself. He left the camp with drills he won”t stop doing and confidence that I know will help him excel. He has set goals to be ranked one day and he is excited. Thanks for giving him confidence in just one day. I am a high school football coach and I have been to camps that killed a players confidence. Yours did the opposite and I appreciate that. I”m also excited to watch his progress and as a dad it makes me happy to see him so motivated. Good work sir.” Parent – AL – 2015

“After attending only one Rubio camp and purchasing your DVD,  I learned so much about my long snapping technique and improved my speed. I received a scholarship to __________ for Long Snapping. I just wanted to say thank you very much for all of your help and wish I went to more of your camps during high school. My two little brothers will be future Rubio camp members.” Long Snapper – NV – 2013

“You have made a huge impact in my life and I appreciate what you do for me!” Long Snapper – WA – 2013

“My son really enjoyed the camp yesterday. You made quite an impression on him and he picked up several snapping drills to work on. Though I was apprehensive to send a 14 yr old eighth grader to the camp, I”m very glad I did. We hope to see you in the future.” Parent – LA – 2013

“I wanted to personally thank you for all you”ve done for me.  You have been a great coach, patient, demanding, honest and most importantly always there when I needed you.  At one time during the recruiting period I had as many as 25 DI thru D3 schools wanting me because of my snapping skills which I attribute to you. Once again I can not ever thank you enough not only for the snapping experience but having met and worked with you over the years.” Long Snapper – CA – 2013

“You have had a major impact on my son that has not only changed the trajectory of his life, but given him a sense of responsibility and purpose. My wife and I cannot thank you enough.” Parent – CA – 2013

“Dear Rubio, Where to begin?  First and foremost, you and Chris Sailer put on the most incredible event this weekend in Las Vegas.  You made sure to educate the athletes, as well as the parents, on and off the field. The days flew by as they were jam packed with instruction, practice and most of all FUN.  You mentioned it is a goal of yours that everything run according to plan, and on time.  You exceeded your own goals in my opinion.  Your organization is a class act from start to finish. The athletes, the parents, your staff, every single person was a reflection of you and your commitment to excellence; I did not come across one individual who was less than the utmost in sportsmanship and character.  I cannot believe that you are not on the tip of every underclassman”s tongue that is serious about playing at the next level.  You have given my son the tools he needs to achieve his goals.  If any parents or coaches are in any way hesitant about utilizing the Rubio/Sailer team I am here to say RUN do not WALK to the next event; your son will be better for the experience, win, lose or draw.  I only wish I had known about Rubio sooner.  It is mind boggling to think what could have happened had my son started a few years sooner in this program. I am forever in your debt, you have my sincere gratitude for what you have done.” Parent – CA – 2013

“Rubio, Thank you for another great camp, Vegas is truly special.  Well done.  Thanks again, not only for improving the tangible aspects of his skills, but for the intangible aspects such as confidence building.” Parent – OH – 2013

“Rubio, thanks for another great weekend! As usual, I learned a lot, and walked away better than when I got there. Your camps leave no doubt that Rubio Long Snapping is the best in the nation, and I am proud to be apart of it.” Long Snapper – MS – 2013

“Thanks for another awesome camp. I learned a lot more and had a great time.  This was easily one of the best weekends of my life.” Long Snapper – CA – 2013

“Hi Rubio, Just wanted to say thanks for another great camp! My son has improved so much since he”s started coming to your camps! He thinks the world of you and is working hard to continue to improve and be the best! I have no doubt with your help and his continued hard work he will accomplish his goals! Thanks again for everything and we”ll see you at the next camp.” Parent – CA – 2013

“Rubio THANK YOU FOR ALL THAT you and Sailer do for these young men!  You have opened up an opportunity that others have never thought of.” Parent – MI – 2013

“Thank you very much for everything.  You and Sailer do an amazing job putting all this together!!” Parent – CA – 2013

“I want to pass along appreciation to you and your staffers for an outstanding weekend.  My son is at the stage where he doesn”t say much to me.  But he went on and on about the experiences of the camp.  And he was talking about the “next one” before we even got on the plane. And as a father I want to thank you for your assistance in his development.  He may still have a ways to go.  But when I think the first time he saw you was only 10 months ago, I am amazed by his progress. Thanks for all you do – not just for mine – but for all the kids.” Parent – LA – 2013

“I wanted to thank you for a wonderful camp. We had a great time and my son learned a great deal, some outside of the actual snapping fundamentals. You and your staff really went above and beyond in helping the players and also the parents.” Parent – WA – 2013

“Rubio, My son attended the NC camp on Saturday. I have attended several footbal camps both as a coach as well as a parent. Leading up to the camp, I took the time to read through as much a I could on your camps (website, social media, etc) and went in with pretty high expectations. I gotta tell you that your camp on Saturday shattered every expectation I had. It was the best run camp I have been to and the way you involve the parents as well as kids from middle school through high school was tremendous. Even though my son is only in 8th grade, he walked away from that experience excited about getting better as a long snapper. Keep up the great work and we will see you at another camp in the future.” Parent – NC – 2013

 

“Chris- I meant to send this Thank you last week after the NC camp. Jason and I want to thank you for the kindness you showed our son and instruction you gave him. While he was the youngest at the camp everyone treated him with the upmost kindness. It”s clear to see your organization is the Best!” Parent – NC – 2013

“JUST ONE! thats right just one session with Chris Rubio and my sons snapping ability improved dramatically Rubio”s one on one techniques were amazing and had a huge impact on my son it motivated him to succeed and corrected all his bad habits my son is now headed to college to long snap..what a ride! thanks again Rubio for all your help and belief in my son and MOST of all making him believe in himself!” Parent – ID – 2013

“Just wanted to drop you a quick email to compliment you on the camp we attended in NC earlier this month.  I wasn”t sure what to expect, and I walked away impressed with the quality of the experience my son and I had.  The subtle changes in technique you called out will make a substantial difference in my son”s skill over time.  In fact, I started to see improvement during the camp!  I most appreciated the way you welcomed parents and encouraged us to be part of the camp experience.  I learned a lot by listening and participating.  Looking forward to attending future Rubio camps!” Parent – NC – 2013

“Thank you for all you’ve done for our son. The time, money and effort that we have put into your camps have definitely been a great investment in our sons future. We have already seen the benefit of that investment and believe that there are still greater rewards yet to come.” Parent – MS – 2013

“Even though we just saw you a month ago, you made my son a better snapper yet again for having attended this camp. You educate the kids (as well as us parents) along the way, to the point that the kids who are working on their craft between Rubio camps gain confidence because they not only know that they are getting better, but they know WHY they are getting better.

“Good morning, Rubio! First, let me just say WOW… what a wonderful camp experience we had Sunday. I had zero expectations but was blown away with everything especially the “on field instruction”. I was getting heckled from some of my other “football moms” because they didn’t understand you weren’t just training my son, you were training me as well. Genius!” Parent – FL – 2013

“Mr Rubio I just wanted to say how impressed I was how you worked with those kids you have a true gift . That”s all my son has talked about since we”ve been again I wanted to thank you for allowing him to attend your camp!” Parent – GA – 2013

“Great camp!  We are truly enjoying this experience.  I really like how you involve the parents. Thank you for doing that.” Parent – MS – 2013

“I just wanted to thank you for an outstanding camp. My son & I learned a ton and we will definitely be back again!” Parent – NC – 2013

“Rubio – thanks for a great camp today in Georgia. My son learned a ton and is even more excited to continue his long snapping dreams. He was a bit intimidated with all the kids being much older. Once he got going he fell right into place. Thanks for making it comfortable for him. See you at another camp.” Parent – GA – 2013

“I had a great time at the North Carolina camp. I learned a tremendous amount” Long Snapper – PA – 2013

“Thanks for all you do for all the players and for being the role model that you are!” Parent – AL – 2013

“I just wanted to reach out and let you know how I appreciate your approach with the kids and with my son” Parent – WA – 2013

“Just wanted to send you a big Thank You for the deep snap training you have provided my son in the last 16 months.  We came to you late in his H.S. career and I am glad he did.  We came to you after his Junior football season.  It absolutely gave him a great framework in which to work.  Giving him the basics allowed him to fall back on your technique when he would need it.” Parent – TX – 2013

“Thanks again for all your instruction and support over the years, you were truly a great influence for him!” Parent – FL – 2013

“Thank you Chris Rubio for everything you taught me, you helped me become the best Long Snapper I can be and gave me all the exposure I needed.” Long Snapper – CA – 2013

“Always impressed and we all always learn something new!” Parent – TX – 2013

“I just wanted to let you know that I officially committed to _________. I also wanted to thank you because this wouldnt have happened without you.” Long Snapper – PA – 2013

“Thanks again for a great day and for doing a great job of building my son”s skills and confidence today” Parent – GA – 2013

“I just wanted to thank you for all the help and guidance you”ve given me” Long Snapper – TX – 2013

“I have to admit while I put work into it, it was your camps that gave me the foundation to be at that position” Long Snapper – NC – 2013

“Rubio, Thank you for another great camp in Illinois. I know my son (and I) really appreciated learning some new drills that could be practiced at home” Parent – KY – 2013

“Rubio, Thank you for another great camp.   A parents perspective:  Now that I”ve been to several of these camps, it kind of like going to a concert to see your favorite band.  You know most of the songs which you always enjoy hearing, but there is always a new song or an oldie that you don”t hear often that is mixed in.” Parent – IL – 2013

“I just wanted to thank you for the camp and also for getting the video up so quickly.” Long Snapper – IL – 2013

“Rubio, I would like to thank you for an excellent camp and a wonderful time that was well worth the trip I look forward to seeing you in the future.” Long Snapper – NY – 2013

“Thanks for everything this weekend! These camps get better and better every time! It feels good to keep improving.” Long Snapper – KY – 2013

“Thanks for a great camp yesterday.  Both Hayden and I got a lot out of it and look forward to the next one.” Parent – NY – 2013

“Holy cow! We have been blown away at the number of emails and letters my son has gotten in just the last two weeks! The list keeps getting longer!! Thank you so much for helping to get him this far” Parent – GA – 2013

“You were the one who helped me achieve a life-long goal of mine of playing college football. You have been a guy who has been in my corner of the ring from the start and I consider you as family, just like the rest of my “actual” family does 🙂 If there is anything I can do to help out with camps, or promoting Rubio Long Snapping, please let me know. I am one of your biggest supporters. Thanks again for everything Rubio.” Long Snapper – MD – 2013

“Your blogs are great stuff. You have no idea how much your quote of the day and blog help my son. He has to work very hard to get decent grades and for him it”s a grind and he is under a lot of pressure. Your messages help very much.” Parent – CA – 2013

“We absolutely love your blogs, tweets and the way you communicate. Keep up the excellent work!” Parent – IN – 2013

“All of that attention (my son received) is due to your program and the respect it has in the coaching circles. We can’t thank you enough for your honest and candid approach to my son”s development. He joins a long list of kids that will always credit you with their success, not only as snappers but as young men” Parent – OK – 2013

“Your camp was VERY informative. I feel the fee I paid was worth every penny. After the camp my son thanked me for taking him. If I had sum up the day in one word it be-IMPRESSED!” Parent – TX – 2013

“Camp was terrific!  I was very impressed with the day and your interaction with parents and young people.  Thank you for including the parents as you do.  That was really cool.  Thank you for mentioning Facebook and technology, etc.. and how things like that affect these young people’s future.  I tell him all the time, as I am sure most parents there do—but it is different coming from you as you can imagine.  Our experience was so great and even better than anyone told us it would be.  My son really felt like he learned a lot.  Thanks so much for what you do—this weekend was just great.” Parent – MS – 2013

“First, thanks for another great camp at Cedar Hill HS yesterday!  It was a day of fantastic teaching and competition.  Again, thanks for all you do with the kids.  What”s really cool is that it”s so much more than long snapping.  My son frequently talks about your quote of the day for example.  As parents we know that sports will be relatively short-lived, but the life lessons are enduring.” Parents – TX – 2013

“We will never be able to thank you enough.” Parent – NC – 2013

“Been a while and have done yourself proud. Time is a funny thing, however your message to the kids is timeless. Funny how what is truly important changes from year to year. Regardless, you give the boys the mind tools needed to succeed in life despite what they feel is most important. My prayer is that you continue to model what manhood means even when the boys might lose sight of the message you deliver. I did, and always will, appreciate the unheard message you speak of, that drives these young men to not only succeed, but exceed all of our expectations. God bless Chris, I hope that one day you will get a chance to really appreciate the difference you make.” Parent – IL – 2013

“I want to let you know how much you have changed our lives for the better. My son has found himself as a person through long snapping. He is a far cry from the shy boy of just a year ago. He liked football before but he now loves it You and your assistants have given him self-confidence and purpose. He went from a 2.7 GPA to a 3.8. In just 1 semester. Since coming to your camps and taking lessons, I have come to see the value of letting my son become a young man that makes his own choices and decisions. It was your ideas and comments in the film sessions that taught me this…” Parent – CA – 2013

“Awesome camp yesterday!   Our son learned a ton and really enjoyed it.  As parents, it was refreshing to be involved and learn while watching you connect to the kids and teach in a way that made it fun for the boys.” Parent – CA – 2013

“I wanted to say Thank You for a great day yesterday.  It”s obvious how much you love this and the kids.  The info was fantastic and my son is ready to get to work.” Parent – CA – 2013

“Thanks so much for all of your help and encouragement for my son over the past 2 years. He couldn”t have done it without you!” Parent – AR – 2013

“We appreciate your past and continued investment in the life of our son. We know that your instruction and incredible motivation has (and will continue to) help him succeed at the next level.” Parent – NC – 2013

“Thanks for everything you have taught me Rubio! The best instructor” Long Snapper – OH – 2013

“Thank you. We wouldn”t be signing today if we hadn”t stumbled across Chrsi Rubio at the LSU Specialty Camp 2 years ago. Signing Day is a great day to be #TeamRubio” Parent – TX – 2013

Thank you so much. You know that you have helped me get to today and you deserve just as much attention as all of us will get” Long Snapper – AL – 2013

“Thank you for everything you have done to help me get here Rubio” Long Snapper – MI – 2013

“Thank you so much for getting me to where I am today with all this love and scholarship you helped me earn. From the moment I stepped on that field at the first camp 2 years agao I woe all of this to you and I won”t let you down! I wouldn”t be anywere without you to this day. Thank you” Long Snapper – CA – 2013

“Thank you Rubio. You are creating leaders – not followers” Parent – TX – 2013

“We are forever grateful to you, thank you so much for being such an inspirational roll model for my son and making such a difference in his life” Parent – CA – 2013

“Thanks Chris for bring a mentor, friend, coach and unbelievable motivator for our son.” Parent – WA – 2013

“From the beginning from my freshman year and getting dominated by top ranked long snappers, (now D1 full scholarship long snappers), to competing in the finals rounds against, not if, the best Rubio long snapper EVER, it truly has been an interesting ride. I just want to say that these past four years have truly been amazing. What I have learned from you is unique, and you cannot find it anywhere else. I look forward to seeing you in Charlotte, NC, and continuing our communication throughout my college experience. Thank you so much again” Long Snapper – CT – 2013

“By the way, the Vegas event was beyond spectacular.  I have attended, organized and participated in athletic camps/clinics for 13 years (both as a coach and as a parent) and I can say your camps are by far the most well organized and structured I have ever seen.  From the instruction to the competition, to the personal access to you and the world class exposure for the athlete…..you absolutely have the best business in the industry.  You should get the Emmy for sports camps….”The Campy” for best all-around experience!Thank you for all you do for the kids and for the parents.  #TeamRubio” Parent – TX – 2013

“I can”t thank you enough for all you have done for me and how many doors you opened for my future. Thank you so much for everything.” Long Snapper – MO – 2013

“If my son never snaps a football past high school, this program is priceless becuase of the life lessons that Rubio teaches and the character that he insists that his students have. He isnt teaching them just to throw a ball upside down through their legs, he is teaching my son and all his kids how to be be solid human beings on the field, off the field and in the classroom” Parent – CA – 2013
“Just wanted to thank you for all that you put into last weekend at the competition in Las Vegas.  It was an outstanding job done by all that provided a most memorable experience for all the athletes.  I also wanted to let you know how much I appreciate all that you have done to contribute to such a tangible improvement in my son”s performance and most of all his frame-of-mind and self-confidence.  You have made a real difference in his life. Thank you!” Parent – CAN – 2013

“Thanks again for a great Vegas experience.  The format and instruction was outstanding!” Parent – GA – 2013

“I just wanted to thank you for a fantastic camp last weekend. It amazes me how much I continue learn with each camp.” Long Snapper – NC – 2013

“Rubio, thanks for another great camp! As a parent, I appreciate your efforts to build character as well as snapping skills. I’m also always impressed with your organization and how smoothly the camps run” Parent – MS – 2013

“You and your team of HARD workers never seem to disappoint! Thank you for all you do! This was a magnificent event!” Parent – MS – 2013

“I just wanted to thank you for a very informative and fun weekend.  The wealth of knowledge I acquired from you and your coaches is second to none. I look forward to working with you in the future. Thank you very much!” Long Snapper – NJ – 2013

“I can”t thank you enough for the drive you have given him to succeed in long snapping. The Las Vegas camp was well organized” Parent – CA – 2013
“Just got back home from the Vegas event.  Absolutely fantastic!  As a parent I was most impressed and pleased with the obvious character of the instruction staff that you assembled. Thank you for making character a priority.” Parent – GA – 2013

“You and Sailer run a fantastic event!” Parent – CA – 2013

“I just wanted to say how impressed I was of how you ran the camp this past weekend and how much my son has benefited from attending this one and the one back in the fall” Parent – GA – 2013

“Just wanted to let you know what a wonderful time we had last weekend.  The camps are such a good experience that I”m sorry we didn”t catch on to this whole thing sooner.  You do an amazing job organizing the event, I”m not sure how you pull it off.” Parent – WA – 2013
“Truly outstanding camp this past weekend..I wouldn”t expect anything less. Your instructors working with you were absolutely phenomenal. Again this was a priceless experience for my son!! Thank you for all you do with Long Snapping!!” Parent – FL – 2013
“Thank you again for everything!! I greatly appreciate everything you do for everyone, but especially my boys!!  They had a great time this weekend!” Parent – CA – 2013

“Hey Rubio, I just wanted to tell you thank you for all the help you have given me from the Chicago camps, and Vegas. Vegas was an amazing experience, and really helped build my skill and mentality/attitude. I have something to gain from each camp I attend, and just get better and better. I couldn”t be the long snapper  I am or most importantly the one I”m going to continue to become without you. Thank you again Rubio, and I couldn”t appreciate the opportunity you are giving me any more. Look forward to seeing you again in March” Long Snapper – IL – 2013
“Attending your camp last Nov in Dallas was great for my son. I”m not sure what improved more, his snapping or his personal self confidence. Thanks for what you do for your campers and our sons.” Parent – 2013 – TX

“Thank you for all the help and advice that you have given my son in the two previous camps. His success is a direct credit to you! ” Parent – SC – 2013

“We appreciate all you do for the sport and for the young men” D1 Coach – 2012
“You have been so much help Rubio. Without you I”d be lost. Thank you.” Long Snapper – FL – 2012
“Rubio, I am e-mailing you to thank you for all you have done. I have picked up two scholarship offers from _____ and _____.  Again I can”t thank you enough for making me a better long snapper and better person” Long Snapper – MO – 2012
“I brought my grandson to Lewiston for a private long snapping lesson this past summer.  I want you to know that it was probably the best value I have ever seen based on the results that followed.  This young man took on a level of pride and confidence that is hard to describe.  I fully believe that you were the most influential individual in his development and for that I thank you. In addition he has taken on an entirely different attitude about his education and the value of working just as hard in the classroom…..a blessing beyond description.   He is looking forward to more interaction with you in the future.” Grandparent – OR – 2012
THIS is great Chris…definitely words of wisdom! Thanks you so much for the positive impact you are making in the lives of our boys!” Parent – CA – 2012
“We are so grateful we found you.” Parent – VA – 2012

“Thank you Rubio for changing the lives of so many young men! Your influence, guidence, confidence, and instruction for these long snappers has been such a blessing! Thank you for helping to open up an entire new world for my son and so many others! We will be forever thankful to you and all of you have done for the art of longsnapping!” Parent – IN – 2012

“Thank you for everything. Without you I wouldn”t even know how to pick up a ball. Thanks Rubio.. Really wouldn”t know where I”d be without you right now. Not even as a snapper but a person also. You”ve always been there for me!!” Long Snapper – 2012 – AL

Chris Rubio knows it all guys. Listen to this man. Every thing he has told me has been true. School wise, recruiting wise, social network wise, and life wise. He is a great guy and he cares about each one of us as individuals, not just a way to make money. I love this man and he is one of my favorite idols in life.” Long Snapper – AR
“Rubio has been a wonderful, shoot from the hip mentor…. We have been very blessed having met him many years ago….he is a wealth of information” Parent – GA – 2012
“My son has fun and learns when he is with you—both important.  Most coaches can’t do both well.  Grateful.” Parent – CA – 2012

“Rubio, I just want to thank you for getting me to where I am today. We punted 68 times this year and I didn’t have a bad snap!” Long Snapper – 2012

“We have a lot of things to be thankful for at our house and one of those things is that we are thankful our son found you and your program. Your teachings of character first are an inspiration to kids and parents alike.” Parent – CA – 2012

“You run a great camp with an enormous amount of GOOD information. Your passion is infectious and stimulating. I thing the way you tell stories and relate to the kids, in there own language, make the camp fun and anything but boring.” Parent – MA – 2012
“Hey Rubio, I just wanted to write an email to tell you how thankfull I am of what you do and your knowledge of long snapping and your determination to always be the best coach you can be. I want to thank you also for your great attitude and enthusiasm hat made me excited about long snapping and always trying to gt better. I am done with my first season of college ball and I wouldnt be here without your help and I just wanted to say thanks. I hope all is well.” Long Snapper – GA – 2012
“Thank again for a fantastic Sunday- by far the best camp either of our kids has ever attended.” Parent – TX – 2012

“Thanks again for all of the help at the Dallas camp this past weekend, it was extremely beneficial.” Parent – TX – 2012
“Great camp today! My whole family learned a lot! Thanks to you and your staff! Very well run event!! Impressive!!” Parent – TX – 2012
“Thanks again for all your support for teaching my son to be the best” Parent – TX – 2012
“Want to say thank you. You gave my son faith and hope this year” Parent – FL – 2012
“You have a unique talent of leading and inspiring boys, as well as, their parents” Parent – CA – 2012
“Your wisdom and guidance has really inspired my son!” Parent – MS – 2012

“I wanted to let you know how thankful we are that our son met you and that we have become a part of the Rubio LS family.  His work ethic, attitude, and behavior have forever been changed by you and your teachings.  Our son has always been a good kid and hard worker, but we definitely can see him focused on doing what it takes to get to the next level, and more importantly, how he knows that his behavior can affect his ability to get there.  I know your guidance to these boys helps us parents out a lot, and I want to thank you again for that. Parent – KY – 2012

“I wanted to send a quick thank you for your time at the camp this past Saturday.  I, as well as my son, thoroughly enjoyed our time there, and got what I consider to be the best instruction he could receive.” Parent – NC – 2012
“I wanted to thank you for the great review and encouraging words you gave my son at the Roswell Camp yesterday. I have never seen my son as pumped up and jazzed about long snapping as he was after the camp yesterday.My son has been working hard on his technique, stretching and snapping drills and I believe it has paid off but the encouragement he received from you yesterday really did a lot to boost his self-confidence and keep him motivated. It meant a lot to him and to me.” Parent – GA – 2012

Thank you.”Rubio, thanks for another great long snapping experience in Georgia” Parent – MS – 2012

“I wanted me to let you know how impressed my husband was with you and the way things were run.” Parent – NC – 2012

“What you teach does work don’t ever let anyone say different.  You were and will be an inspiration to my son.” Parent – OK – 2015

“Thank you so much for hosting and helping my son yesterday morning.  He had a wonderful time and has a renewed energy and attitude about his snapping. His mother and I truly appreciate the positive influence that you have become in his life. If he never snaps a football past his high school career, your lessons of work ethic, scholastic integrity and self confidence will serve him well his entire life” Parent – KS – 2012

“Hey Rubio, I wanted to say thank you for everything. Because of you, I was able to play college football and get an education on top of that. I got to live a childhood dream and sign a professional contract and was able to fall back on my degree to get a great job. Just wanted to express my appreciation” Pro – 2012

“Since our son”s sophmore year in high school, Rubio has been his instructor and mentor. My son is now playing college football at a D1 level because of the skills and confidence he developed over the years with Rubio. Rubio is also a life saver for the parents and is available to communicate most anytime. Rubio will be in our lives forever!” Parent – CA – 2012

“Thanks for all you do, you are a great coach, teacher and mentor to a lot of young men.  You also have a lot for us parents to read & I enjoy all of it.” Parent – NC – 2012

“You are not only getting kids into college, you are changing lives. Thank you from the bottom of my heart” Parent – Canada – 2012

“Thank you for another positive camp experience.  Once again you exceeded our expectations with how professional, structured and informative the Chicago Camp was.  Over the past months that my son has been involved with your program, I have seen growth in his form and commitment to the position–I can see him striving to better himself.  My son walked away not only with valuable information, but what to do with the information–And for that I thank you.” Parent – IL – 2012

“Just wanted to say again how impressed I was with the camp this last weekend.  You have taken long snapping and dissected it into components for the kids (and the parents) to understand.  You are masterful at bringing in the parents and making them a part of the camp.Thanks for working with my son. I know we will be back for more. Parent – CA – 2012

“Dear Rubio, I just wanted to tell you a quick thank you for all of the inspiration and guidance you provide your players. My son attended your camp in July for the first time. I was fully prepared to expect this to be a one time event and hoped that we wouldn”t be disappointed. I can”te tell you how shocked I am still at the quality of instruction, but more so the daily inspiration and focus you provide through your technology outreach, and the multitude of video and instruction blogs is astounding. I now see that we will have our son attend camps when he can and as a family e look forward to your regular outreach, tweets. You are quite unique and neither of my boys have had such inspiration in their many seasons of sports. Thanks for being such a wonderful role model! Parent – CA – 2012

“I know that my husband already sent you our thanks but I also wanted to say thank you personally.  Not only for this past weekend camp but for all that you do for my son and all the other kids.  You truly are an example of someone who cares about the kids and wants what”s best for them.  I know that my son has come away not only with the knowledge and ability to snap but also how to carry himself as a person and to have confidence.  As parents we try to bring our kids up to understand what is right and wrong and teach them to be good human beings.  Having someone like you in their corner to help reinforce these ideas / teachings truly is a blessing. Thanks again for all that you do.” Parent – CA – 2012

“I want to let you know how much you”ve helped me, as a coach, understand and appreciate that aspect of the game. You”re doing great work” Coach – VA – 2012

“My wife and I can”t put into words what you have meant to our son over the last year or so since he became part of the Rubio family of snappers. The character and leadership skills that you promote and teach have really been a huge part of his development and his personal desire to strive for success in school,sports and life in general. Thank you so much for all the direction, coaching and advise you have provided him over the years” Parent – CA – 2012

“I continue to be so amazed by you, Chris, and all you accomplish.You have instilled in so many young athletes the most important aspects of playing college football. As a mother of one of those fortunate young men, I will forever be grateful to you. God Bless.” Parent – CA – 2012

“An incredible man, instructor, Long Snapper, mentor, friend, funny guy, father, etc., etc.!! So grateful for Rubio Long Snapping and all that he has brought not only to our son, but also to our entire family! I love that when I”m feeling confused or uncertain about anything Long Snapping related, I say “we need to talk to Rubio”. Thank God for him we don”t call all those times but when we do, it”s such a sigh of relief that yes, we have learned from all the blogs, we are seeing things correctly and we just need to continue on with all that we”ve learned! Thank you, Rubio for turning this almost 50 year old woman onto at least a part of football and an incredible interest in Long Snapping! We couldn”t be more grateful to you for all that you have done and continue to do for our family. My only regret? That we didn”t realize our son had a talent for long snapping before the spring of his senior year and that he would have had many years experience with you versus just one. Still grateful! Rubio, you”re simply the best!” Parent – GA – 2012

“Rubio.  As my son ran out onto the field tonight for his first College Football game, I can”t help but think it is all because of you.  Rewind back to October 2008 when my husband did an online search looking for some type of instruction for my son to learn the basics of Long Snapping.  Whose name popped up first?  Who was making their first trip to the east coast? Well, it was our lucky day because it was your name that popped up!  Who would have thought 4 years later, my son is living out his dream of playing D1 College Football.  Your phenomenal instruction paired with your genuine love for these boys is apparent in everything you do.   And most importantly, your availability to these boys is there 24/7 to help them get through the rough times as well. Rubio, my husband and I can not Thank You enough for what you have done for our son.  You not only taught him how to snap, your taught him so much more that many boys never have the opportunity to learn and experience.  To the Class of 2012.. So many wonderful bonds have been forged with our snappers and so many  wonderful friendships have been made. Thank you Chris Rubio!!” Parent – SC – 2012

“Hey Rubio, I just wanted to san thank you for everything you”ve done for me. I couldn”t have gotten to this point in my life without you.” Long Snapper – KY – 2012

“Thanks again for your leadership and the guidance that you provide to the long snapping family of snappers” Parent – NC – 2012

“Thank you so very much for my son”s success in the NFL. He never would have gotten this far without your training and encouragement, especially during his formative years. It is a success as much for you and your program as it is for him. Thanks again for your continued support of him in his endeavors.” Parent – CA – 2012

“Thanks for everything you”ve done Rubio. I wouldn”t be where I am without you” Long Snapper after receiving a full scholarship – GA – 2012

“My son is looking forward to Fall Camp!  Your fun-loving personality and coaching style really made an impact on him this summer. He mentioned just the other day that he “needed Rubio right now!” You have a special way with these young men!” Parent – NC – 2012

“Thank you so much for all the direction, coaching and advise you have provided my son over the years” Parent – CA – 2012

“Chris…We are so thankful we were told about your organization last November. Ten months ago my son was a skinny 9th grader who had never long snapped in his life. Fast forward to today and he has beat out two upper classman to earn the Varsity starting job as a sophomore. I am not sure what he is studying more, his school work or long snapping videos, but the good news is he is doing outstanding at both. Thanks for all you do and for making a difference.” Parent – GA – 2012

“Wanted to thank you for being a part of my son my son”s development. And, probably in a way that doesn”t pop into your head immediately because he hasn”t been to a camp since 5/11. That is for a specific reason … at that camp you challenged him to make a commitment … a commitment to being the best at what he wanted in life. Of course, in your broad message, there was an emphasis on being a long snapper. From that day, he decided to commit his full energies to being the best in the class room and on the OL. He has worked very hard ever since. Thank you” Parent – CA – 2012

“Rubio, this is ____”s dad, I don”t comment much on things but your latest Blog should be read by ever senior even if they are not going to college so much wisdom in it” Parent – TN – 2012

“I want to take a quick minute to thank you for your assistance during the recruiting process. Your knowledge and expertise are invaluable. I am looking forward to continuing to build a relationship with you, and woorking together in the future” D1 Coach – 2012

“Thank you so much for allowing my son to come to your camp. He learned a tremendous amount of knowledge and loved the personal approach you take with your athletes. As a Dad, I appreciate the influence of quality individuals on my son”s life. I just wanted to say thank you.” Parent – AL – 2012

“Thanks for all you have done for him…you”ve had a huge impact on him.  Much appreciated.” Parent – CA – 2012

“Last night I heard my son talking to his grandfather about you…He said: “Rubio gets such great results because he treats us all as equals. He doesn”t talk down to us or make us feel stupid for asking questions. He respects every snapper. He doesn”t want to be called Coach…we call him Rubio. He is our mentor, instructor and biggest supporter”. Parent – CA – 2012

“special thank you Rubio. You not only taught me how to snap, but how to be a better human being. You are the best at what you do. Period. #teamrubio” Long Snapper – CA – 2012

“Great Prodigy camp today! My son had an awesome time! Words can”t express how happy I am that my son has had the chance to meet and work with you! We are proud to be part of Team Rubio in South Fla!! Thanks again and we look forward to upcoming camps!! =)” Parent – FL – 2012

“Can”t tell you how much we thank you for what you do!!!!! I know you tell us it is your job but the time you take with the players and the confidence you build in them is phenomenal!!! Thanks again!!!!!” Parent – MS – 2012

“We owe you so much for getting him this far—you really gave him confidence and he really respects you” Parent – FL – 2012

“Thank you for all you have done to inspire my son to work toward his goal of long snapping.  He walks and talks a little more confident after each  Rubio camp. As a mom watching, it is a wonderful gift you have given me as well!!!” Parent – AZ – 2012

“It was a wonderful camp and he had a great time!! I”m looking forward to future camps! We will see you again” Parent – FL – 2012

“My boy had a fantastic time at your long snapping camp in Lombard, Il. yesterday.  You really fired him up” Parent – MI – 2012

“We would like to thank you for yours and Sailers wonderful and informative camp at California. You guys did a super job — as usual. We would like to thank you for your time with these kids — the two of you do an excellent job. Some of these kids may never have the privilege to play at the college level — however, with these camps and programs you have it will give them that upper hand.  The time you spend with these kids will help them to have have that opportunity.  The time and effort you put into your program will give them a lifelong experience and a future to look forward to. Again – thank you for allowing my son the privilege of being at your camps — we feel he learns even more at each and every camp.  Thanks again for a wonderful experience” Parent – IL – 2012

“It never ceases to amaze me how you run your camps – always top notch!  Your passion for not only the instruction but the kids is awesome.  You are making young men out of these boys, imparting more than football wisdom but life lessons. It’s difficult for kids to listen to parents, but you have an uncanny way of reaching the kids and I commend you for it” Parent – OH – 2012

“Chris Rubio is to young long snappers what Steve Clarkson is to fledgling quarterbacks — the guru; the font of knowledge; the last word; the ultimate reference on a resume.” Al Lesar, SouthBendTribune.com, 2012

“Dear Rubio, I want to extend my sincere thanks for a wonderful weekend in Sherman Oaks, CA at the Underclassmen Invite Event.  The whole weekend was run top-notch, just like your one day camps.  My son was thrilled to be a part of the event and has not stopped talking about everything he did and learned while there–not to mention the new friends he made. In short, the entire weekend was a great experience and learning opportunity, not only for Jeremy but for me too.  I met many wonderful parents who were very open and willing to answer any of my questions during the weekend. So again, thank you for hosting and running the Underclassmen Invite camp, my son looks forward to participating in the camp again in the future.” Parent – KY – 2012

“I can”t thank you enough for what you have helped me do, I have listened to you and got a D-1 offer. The private lesson in Idaho was huge” Long Snapper – AZ – 2012

“I just want you to know that I owe everything to you, you are are great teacher.  Anyway, you deserve the credit and I just wanted to let you know how appreciative of your time and efforts over the past couple of years I am.  I only wished I could have started with you sooner.  You are the best!” Long Snapper – CA – 2012

“Thank you for another outstanding camp.  So often I leave your camps realizing that even though my knowledge of long snapping is always increasing, that you have forgot more than I will ever know.” Parent – OH – 2012

“Rubio, First, thank you for a great weekend. The program was fantastic and the information you provided to both parents and kids was outstanding. My son”s sister plays volleyball in college and we went through three years of the recruiting process with her. However, in all honesty, we learned more about recruiting and how to properly prepare for the process this weekend than we did in three years with our daughter. Each session was well planned, extremely informative and the presenters couldn”t have been better. Thank you for including us.  Well done!” Parent – CA – 2012

“We have a scholarship in our pocket, thanks to your help and training!” Parent – TX – 2012

“Thanks for the continuous support and motivation.  It”s amazing how you can be so blatantly honest and still foster these young men”s self esteem.” Parent – VA – 2012

“We want to thank you for providing our son with an outstanding camp experience this past weekend. He has not stopped talking about it! It is great to know about all of the friends he made, the fun he shared and the insight he gained, not just as a snapper, but as a young man preparing to leave home for college. We appreciate all that you do.” Parent – OK – 2012

“Thank you for helping with the growth of our young men. Your program is more than just long snapping. Thank you!!” Parent – ID – 2012

“Chris Sailer and Chris Rubio are the best at what they do in the country. There is no doubt in my mind about this statement” Division 1 Coach – 2012

“Thanks for all your blogs, they really help a lot mentally.” Long Snapper – IL – 2012

“I wanted to thank you for the experience my son had at the Las Vegas camp….. Though he had a lot of trouble with hitting the targets and using his legs and the heat, he was proud that he was able to finish — and a lot of that had to do with being around you and the energy you put forth BETWEEN camps – blogs, postings, emails, information for and about your snappers (past and present) – it really inspired him to step up and compete and not drop off… He gets a lot of inspiration from you to continue to drive and you put it in a way that I sometimes totally miss when it comes to him….. he is really looking forward to seeing you in the future. We appreciate how you have helped our son and the effort you put forth and the results you generate by multiplying yourself and your approach through others and those that follow (also – my son has a younger brother (class of 2016) that snaps – you will see him in the future too)…. Parent – WA – 2012

“Well done Rubio for helping these boys get their dreams. We are all so blessed to have found you and become part of your Rubio family.” Parent – CA – 2012

“Proudest day of my life!! Commited to ___________! Thanks goes out to my whole family and Chris Rubio!!” Long Snapper – IL – 2013

“You have not just showed me how to be a good Long Snapper, but to be a good human being” Long Snapper – OH – 2012

“My son”s finally building confidence and I want to tell you, as a dad, I”m convinced that a lot of that development is due to you.” Parent – TX – 2012

“What you do for kids and their confidence is amazing.  You genuinely care about the boys and that is so great to see these days.  Even if they don”t go on to play in college the confidence you instill in them will last a life time. Continued successes to you and Sailer” Parent – CA – 2012

“Rubio has a special gift that allows him to encourage, motivate, and teach young men. My son is a better snapper and human being just by being associated with Rubio.” Parent – NC – 2014

“I just wanted to let you know I signed a scholarship to ________ University.  With out your help none of this would have been possible.  You helped turn a dream into a reality.  Thanks for all your help.  You area  great instructor and I wish you the best in the future.  Thank you again for everything Rubio.” Long Snapper – CA – 2012

“Thank you so much for helping him become the snapper he is today and the tools he learns from you to get better everyday.” Parent – CT – 2012

“You hear all the time about how great your instruction and camps are.  I had to drop you a note on how great the instruction at the one day camp in North Carolina was.  It is one thing to see how much information and instruction goes on at one of your camps.  It is an entirely different thing to see the effect it has on your son.  The improvement in my sons performance is not only recognizable in the “Pop” in his snaps, but the stop watch shows just how much of an improvement has occurred.  We finally put a stop watch on him today and we were quite surprised at the numbers.  So much so I had another coach run the stop watch.  Now my son has to toughen up the inside of his thighs from the impact of his arms when he snaps. I can”t tell you how thankful we are that we found you.” Parent – VA – 2012

“Rubio, I am writing to thank you for all you have done for us.  As my son has told you he has accepted a fullide scholarship to ______ University.  The reason I make that statement is because I know it would have not been possible without you or what your name and reputation means out there to schools.  My son had several other offers to ” walk on” or as a “preferred walk on” at several other schools .  I”m not saying this to gloat but just to prove the fact that every one of these coaches mention you by name and attribute their interest to you or your website (rankings). I could go on but I won”t.  It is this simple.  My son has worked hard and has been successful and that has assisted him in this wonderful opportunity.  But a lot of that would not have happened if it wasn”t for you and your camps.  Your camps are second to none and we know because we had been to others.  Nothing compares.  What I see as the most significant advantage to your camp is the competition.  My son knew this and seemed to work hard just to prove himself against the best competition and worked his butt off prior to every camp, especially the Vegas camp.  He was determined to finish in the top 12.  One of the recruiting coaches from a Division 1 school text my son to congratulate him on his performance before we even left the Las Vegas University campus.  That is how closely they follow you.  You have done wonder for my boys confidence .So your reputation, the reputation of your camps and the competition they bring are what assisted my son.  Lastly, my son was with you for just over a year and if you showed anyone the first video tape of him snapping and compared it a year later to his most recent tape the comparisons is unbelievable, that is what made me a true believer. I was really planning on keeping this short but the other thing you have done that is above and beyond is that occasionally my son, who takes his job of snapping very seriously, has emailed you a question when his snaps aren”t perfect during practice, about his hand placement or something similar.  He is trying to perfect his craft and you always respond immediately offering him advice and encouraging him.  I have no doubt he will probably email while in college just to fine tune things.  So that is just one more thing that sets you apart, it  is your sincere interest in the kids no matter what their skill level is.  For this we thank and in this day and age what a great feeling to get a free college education, at a great school and have no debt.  Just saying thanks does not do it justice but thanks for everything you have done for my son and our family.” Parent – CA – 2012

“Hi Rubio, Our son really got a lot out of the camp on May 6th. He learned so much and came home so motivated to get better! He seems to be more motivated in general. It”s great to see him excited about football again.  It”s been a real pleasure reading all your blogs — the information, the motivation, the inspiration. You do good work. Our family thanks you.” Parent – CA – 2012

“I just wanted to thank you for helping my son to have another fantastic experience at your long snapping event this past weekend. Each time he attends an event of yours he leaves with more knowledge to help him become better.” Parent – AZ – 2012

“I really enjoyed the camp! I learned a lot and it will help me so much for the future.” Long Snapper – NC – 2012

“My son and I were talking on the way home after the camp and we thought you should know how much we appreciate you and all you”ve done for him. It”s not everyday that you have an opportunity to meet a genuine and caring sole.  My son couldn”t have dreamed of doing as well as he did yesterday without you. Want to thank you for everything, you”re the greatest.” Parent – CA – 2012

“Rubio, just wanted to express our satisfaction with your camp we attended yesterday in Georgia.  Both my son and I felt it was an excellent, wellun camp and he came away with having learned a great deal which will help him improve his snapping skills.  From experience, this camp was heads and shoulders above your competitions!  Great experience!” Parent – SC – 2012

“Hi Rubio, I attended your last Texas camp and I really felt improvement in myself and my high school coaches have noticed also and they have asked me to snap for them on varsity as a sophomore! Of course my response was YES, But all the thanks goes to you. Without your instruction I never could have gotten to where I am now. Thank you so much Rubio.” Long Snapper – TX – CA

“Thank you again for the professional instruction and positive motivation you gave my son today at your camp. You have given him motivation and instruction that you really can’t buy.” Parent – CA – 2012

“Thanks Rubio for all you have done for my son! My husband and I really appreciate it!! You truly are the best in the business!” Parent – GA – 2012

“Rubio: Another great camp in Charlotte this past weekend. Again we get so much out of every camp, my son always walks away a little better” Parent – CT – 2012

“Want to thank you so much for all you have done and continue to do, not only for my son and in his life but again for all of us! You are a true champ and a blessing to so many” Parent – GA – 2012

“This past weekend was our first camp with your company and let me say we had a level 10 on a scale of 1-10 based on overall experience. We have been fortunate enough to participate In a lot of camps throughout the country with several different organizations and yours was first class. The professionalism, amount of information, time you took with each kid, will definitely bring us back to future Rubio Camps.” Parent – TN – 2012

“Thanks for putting on such a great camp yesterday. Way to keep it fun and informative.” Parent – GA – 2012

“Rubio,  just wanted to tell you guys that your camp was great . The camp was well run and very informative from on field instruction to recruiting. My son had a blast. Again many thanks to you and your awesome staff for a great experience we will definitely be seeing you at your future camps” Parent – GA – 2012

“Just when I thought that the level of instruction couldn”t be any better after Vegas I realized just how wrong I was.  The camp in Charlotte exceeded all expectations of what a camp should be.  The instruction, critique, involvement of parents, life lessons, recruiting, competition, and above all fun are what every camp should strive to be.  You and Chris Sailer have something that every longsnapper and kicker should strive to attend.  My son is so excited to work on what he needs to to be great and become a top “12” longsnapper that he spent 6 1/2 hours in the car ride back home talking about what, where and how he was going to become better before the next camp, football season and the event in Vegas next year.  He is working on a plan on how he is going to get there.  This is not just him but the inspiration and motivation that we as parents strive to teach our children.  You have helped to reinforce and validate the life lessons that we are teaching our children.  THANK YOU   My wife and I cannot say enough about the change that we are seeing in our son since becoming involved in your camps.  You will see us again and as often as we can with our oldest and starting next year his little brother. THANK YOU” Parent – VA – 2012

“Rubio, thanks again for a great camp yesterday.  My son had a great time and we both learned a lot as with the last camp” Parent – GA – 2012

“Hey we really enjoyed the experience this past weekend in Charlotte and Georgia. My son learned a lot and I can already see the difference. Thanks to you and the guys that helped run a great camp. There was a lot of good information and it was very informative.” Parent – GA – 2012

“Rubio, thanks for another great camp in Georgia this past weekend! My son had a great time and continues to learn” Parent – MS – 2012

“Rubio, my son felt so good about himself after his first camp with you on Sunday in Roswell. He has been getting so much conflicting instruction on long snapping from all of his coaches, none of whom were long snappers themselves. He was getting frustrated and was doubting himself. Now that he knows the “right” way to do it, he knows that he can truly be successful from now on. He is already practicing his form every day, and is excited about his next Rubio camp in July. He can”t wait to show you how much he”s improved from his first camp. We can”t thank you enough for helping him feel comfortable and confident in himself” Parent – GA – 2012

“Rubio, Just a quick note to thank you for another great camp!  My wife and I were so happy to see my son compete on his own against the older boys and how happy he was in doing well.  He truly loves to long snap and it has been amazing to watch him get better. Looking forward to seeing you again in the summer!” Parent – GA – 2012

“I wanted to thank you for running a great day for the snappers. I enjoyed learning about it along with the boys.” Parent – IL – 2012

“Thanks for all of your help and support and encouragement.” Parent – TX – 2012

“Rubio, wanted to tell you that I am committing to the University of __________ and thank you for all of the instruction that is allowing me to play college football.” Long Snapper – CA – 2012

“I”m so thankful for these Rubio Long Snapping “brothers” and for the bond that these long snappers have with each other, and with Rubio.. They all seem to be very focused, determined, goal setters, and better yet goal achievers! Couldn”t ask for better company for your son to be in!” Parent – IN – 2012

“Coach Rubio, Thank you for the truly professional instruction at the Illinois camp. We were very impressed.” Parent – IL – 2012

“We really enjoyed your camp this past weekend and look forward to more!” Parent – IL – 2012

“Rubio, my son will be graduating in two weeks.  The four years really flew by. Thank you for all you did to make him a better snapper and a better man.  It is people like you that you meet along the way that help shape young men”s lives. Thank You!! Continue to do what you do best.” Parent – MI – 2012

“My son attended your camp at Montini this weekend and had a great experience.  Thanks for making him feel so welcome.  You run a great program and have a terrific niche” Parent – IL – 2012

“Thank you for offering your knowledge, enthusiasm, and support through your camps! You have helped us as parents understand” Parent – IL – 2012

“Thanks for teaching me the proper technique of longsnapping at the camp last Sunday. I learned a lot and had a great time.” Long Snapper – OH – 2012

“Thank you for giving my son a great experience. This was a terrific day. It was a very good learning experience.” Parent – IL – 2012

“I just wanted to say thank you again for everything; I learned so many new ways to improve from you” Long Snapper – KY – 2012

“My son loved today”s camp so much 4/15 at Montini HS in Chicago that he wants to come back in July. Thank you for making him feel so comfortable. He really learned alot.” Parent – IL – 2012

“Just wanted to take a minute and let you know your Spring Long Snapping Camp was the best camp I have every attended. Having two boys, I have been to a lot of camps over the last ten years and by far your camp excels over them all. The camp was well organized and well taught. I think it was great that you incorporated the parents in to your training and video session. Since your camp, my son has me filming his long snapping and watches his snapping over and over for form. It’s cool that you have given him something to be motivated about and excel.” Parent – IL – 2012

“My son only got to attend one of your camps but what he learned there helped him get this scholarship. His velocity and accuracy were much improved after he adapted to your techniques. I feel like if he had been able to attend another camp or two last summer that he might have gotten even more attention. I thought that you”d want to know that what he learned from you made a big difference.” Parent – KY – 2012

“Thanks for all your help and exposure!” Parent – IL – 2012

“Thank you very much for taking time out of your day to coach. It really helped me to improve, and I feel like I have greatly progressed in my ability. I look forward to attending your camps and continue to improve” Long Snapper – IL – 2012

“Thanks again for your positive influence – it is contagious.” Parent – TX – 2012

“Rubio, Thank you for all of the blogs you”ve posted on your website. I have been offered a walk on spot at _________ thanks to your blogs. I have not been to one of your camps, but you have helped me tremendously. Thank you” Long Snapper – 2012

“You guys have given my son the tools and confidence to never give up and for that I can”t thank you enough!!” Parent – FL – 2012

“You are a true professional” Parent – FL – 2012

“I didn”t get a chance to thank you personally for all that you do for these boys. It was an outstanding camp” Parent – TX – 2012

“I want to thank you again for getting my son into your Dallas camp this past weekend.  His eyes now light up when you talk to him about long snapping.  Thanks again, you are making a difference in my son’s life.” Parent – TX – 2012

“Another great camp, Bravo! One of the many things I love about the camps and the instruction is that they are consistent  and they always reinforce your basics. My son and I always learn something new to add to his work outs and he always walks out of the camps a little bit better then when he entered.” Parent – CT – 2012

“My son had a great experience today…we learned so much about his technique and how he needs to improve” Parent – TX – 2012

“Thanks for today with my son! He learned a lot today and so did I. He has been to several other snapping camps and this one by far was the best! He will be in Las Vegas and more. He is pumped and motivated. Thanks!!” Parent – AR – 2012
“Thank you for what you have done over the past three years. Your camps are something special to a whole lot of people.” Long Snapper – TX – 2012

“Rubio, I just want to personally thank you for all that you do for these kids, you are a true Hero to not only these kids but to us the parents as well.” Parent – CA – 2012

“The Instructional and Competition Camps that have helped refine my long snapping form, accuracy and speed have been the Chris Sailer Kicking/Chris Rubio Long Snapping Camps” D1 Long Snapper – AK – 2012

“I just wanted to let you know that I am going to continue my snapping career at __________ University next fall. I just want to thank you for the opportunity to work with you because you taught me a lot in just one day.” Long Snapper – IL – 2012

“I just wanted to thank you for taking the time to talk to my BUS 101 class yesterday.  They always get so much out of out and it is great to see them interested and engaged. You “wow” them every time.” Professor – ID – 2012

“Thank you very much! Couldn”t have been able to go to college without your help. Really appreciate everything you helped me with and all your hard work!” Long Snapper – CA – 201

“Your camps have a great impact on young men. I wish we had discovered you earlier.” Parent – TX – 2012

“we are very proud of what you have done in the world of Long Snapping!!  You have opened many doors for many young athletes…pioneering the way!  No one up till now has been able to do that!!” Parent – SC – 2012

“Chris, if my son hasn”t told you yet, he signed and sent the NLI this morning to _______. Thanks again for all you”ve done to coach him up and get him the visibility he would never have had coming out of Alaska.  Your college connections and your willingness to make calls on his behalf were essential to his recruitment.  He is truly a Rubio Long Snapping product and is very proud to be associated with you. You do an amazingly outstanding job with training the boys and the recruiting process” Parent – AK – 2012

“Thanks for everything you have done for my son over the past year.  I never knew there was such a Longsnapper sub-culture until we discovered Rubio.  What a great fraternity of boys who support each other even though they are all hoping for virtually the same position! Wish we had started earlier.” Parent – IL – 2012

“I can”t thank you enough for everything you”ve done for me Rubio. It was a dream to play college football and you helped me make that into a reality. My family is so grateful and we would recommend you to anybody, thank you so much. I just officially signed!” Long Snapper – MD – 2012

“I wanted to thank you for being such a Pro! Your camps are run so well. The information you provide makes it so easy as a parent. Most camps are run so poorly and attendees are left wondering what to do next. Thank you!  See you in the Spring!” Parent – GA – 2012

“I officially committed to __________! I couldn”t have done it without you. Thank you for everything that you”ve done for my family and I” 2012 Long Snapper

“I think what you do for long snappers is amazing. I was a long snapper (back in the day) and I only wish this type of coaching was available then!” Parent – IL – 2012

“Rubio, I wanted to thank you for the great camp you put on in Vegas this past weekend.  It was extremely organized and you had an EXCELLENT staff of long-snappers on hand.  The young men you chose to assist with your camp were all outstanding in character and worked really well with the kids. My husband and I were very impressed with all of them.  Also,  my son had a great time and learned a lot.  Your camps, watching the older snappers, and experiencing the final competition have all inspired him to work harder and make himself better.” Parent – KY – 2012

”I would like take a minute and congratulate you on a great weekend event. This was our first trip to the Vegas Event and we were impressed with the way it was ran. The college and pro guys that you had in place to help those young men were impressive on their own and that reflects greatly on you” Parent – GA – 2012

“I just wanted to say THANK YOU!  It was our first time at the Vegas camp and it was incredible.  We really appreciate all the time and effort you put in to helping these boys.  I was amazed at all the talent you brought in to help the boys with the drill work.  It was a great experience.  My son is already talking about wanting to come back in May.” Parent – IL – 2012

“It was a pleasure to meet you.  Great event, well run, and tremendous venue, UNLV!! My son was impressed with the competition, the coaches and the talent” Parent – TX – 2012

“Coach Rubio, i just like to thank you for having camps and competitions like you do. I had a absolute blast at Vegas and i hope to see you again soon! I learned a tremendous amount of knowledge and made many friends in Vegas. I always had a hard time in high school getting made fun of for being a long snapper but at this camp it was nice to find out there are so many snappers who love snapping just as much as i do. Snapping is my passion and each day God provides me with i take full advantage of it to snap a football. Thank you again for all you do in the world of snapping you are an inspiration to me and i am sure to the entire snapping community! Keep doing what you do! Have a blessed year and continue to create and mold great snappers for the future of football!” Long Snapper – MS – 2012

“I wanted to thank you for your continued mentorship of my sons. I said this in the note I sent you along with the check, but what you continue to do and mean for both of my sons is far more valuable to me, and I believe to them as well, than what you teach them about snapping a dead animal in between their legs. To me, your program and what you do for them in the long run of their lives has little, if anything, to do with getting them a scholarship or an opportunity to walk-on and play college football. That is a unique and often unachievable dream – even if you are a great long snapper – there is so much luck and other factors working against the achievement of that dream. The true value of you and your program is the unique ability and talent you have to be able to reach teenage boys through the vehicle of your long snapping teachings while teaching them how to become good men. It is a truly remarkable gift that you have that I have seen play out again and again for more than 4 years now for those parents and kids who are open to receiving what you are really offering to them. To me, that is your true value and is priceless in helping mentor my sons in how to become good men. Your long snapping skills and teachings on the field are the best, but what you teach my sons off the field is even better. I cannot ever thank you for that enough” Parent – CA – 2012

“I have to be selfish and just thank you so very much for ALL you do and have done for my son and thereby our family! Rick was so great at texting me from Vegas to let me feel that I was a part of it. Heard nothing from my son which was great because it meant he was either in camp or having the time of his life with some great friends that he has made because of your incredible program. I continue to be amazed by how you put together such an incredible experience for these athletes but also how you support, mentor, encourage and set such a great example for them by being a man of character and integrity. It”s so hard to believe that a little over a year ago, my son attended his first camp. Had he not tried out for the position in football (I thought a coach encouraged him but it was his idea) and then followed up with your camps, we wouldn”t have the interest he is enjoying from colleges right now. As I stress about it all, I find comfort in reading your wonderful blogs over and over again. My husband”s had to continue onto a business trip from Vegas and texted me how sad he was that this might be my son”s last Rubio camp and how much he has enjoyed them along with what it has done for their relationship. All of this would not be happening without you. We look forward to a continued relationship with you and are so grateful to have found you. Thank you!!” Parent – GA – 2012

“Rubio, I just wanted to make sure that I personally thanked you! I can”t tell you how much I appreciate the specific instruction that you have given me. Now when I look back at my old long snapping videos (Pre-Rubio) they are really just ridiculous and laughable” Long Snapper – IN – 2012

“Thank you the outstanding experience that you facilitated for the athletes in Las Vegas. It was an amazing thing to behold. You left my son with both a very positive taste in his mouth & a very clear picture of what he needs to be doing. Thank you again for all you have done.” Parent – CAN – 2012

“Rubio, I just wanted to send you an email to thank you for everything. The vegas camp was incredible. It was organized and executed very well, the set up was fantastic.” Long Snapper – GA – 2012

“Sending my son to your camp was the best present we gave him for the holidays.  You managed to do 2 things in 8 hours that his school coaches have not been able to do in 2 years.First, as the long snapper on his team, my son was never taught how to long snap.  He was put on the field to do a job without any coaching.  I guess they figured as long as he got the ball to the right person, it really didn’t matter how he did it.  After 1 day at camp with you, he now knows the right way to long snap and what he needs to do to improve. Second, and most important, you gave him confidence.  I truly believe that the lessons taught by coaches cross over into everyday life.  You opened my eyes to what a positive impact a truly good coach can have.  I only wish my son could have such a great coaching experience from every coach” Parent – CA – 2012

“I wanted to let you know how impressed we were with the Las Vegas camp.  My son was extremely happy to attend.  His comment was that he learned more at this camp than anywhere else.   Once again we Thank You for the excellent camp and look forward to the NC camp.” Parent – VA – 2012

I just wanted to thank you for a great weekend for my son. He has never been to a long snapping camp or competition.  He said he learned so much this past weekend. Thank you again and thank your staff for a very wellun program of professionals.” Parent – NV – 2012

“I was very impressed by the level of competition, organization and atmosphere that extended from check in through the finals. I am very happy we were able to attend” Parent – WI – 2012

“I wanted to let you know myself as well as my son were very impressed with yourself, your entire staff and the quality of the National Vegas Camp. He had a great experience and learned more in one of your camps than all of his other camps combined.” Parent – IL – 2012

“The 10th Annual Event weekend in Vegas was fabulous – so well organized and run with precision.  My sons had a great time learning and gaining valuable experience.  Thank you both so much for the way you run your business – very professional yet feels like a big family!” Parent – GA – 2012

“Thanks for another unforgettable weekend. I thought everything about the camp this weekend was fantastic. The coaches there were especially great. They really help me a lot and gave good advice about recruiting and college snapping in general.” Long Snapper – IL – 2012

“Thanks for a great weekend! This was my son”s first Rubio camp, but certainly not his last. I would also like to offer my highest compliments to the staff of instructors. Wow! They really took the guys under their wings and took a personal interest in seeing them improve. Very best regards and I look forward to seeing you again soon.” Parent – KS – 2012

“I wanted to take a minute and thank you again yesterday”s camp, it has completely changed my son”s outlook on what it takes to be a good longsnapper. Your camp is by far one of the best that he has attended in terms of knowledge and skills gained. Your ability to teach, the talented staff and organization of the camp are outstanding as well. It is as if you have created  a group of “Longsnapping Disciples,” and it is amazing to watch. In fact, he now considers himself one of those “Disciples.” We look forward to working with you in the future” Parent – CA – 2012

“It is on rare occasion that you meet someone in your life that makes such an incredible impression on your family. You, Rubio have exceeded in doing that. Keep up the incredible work that you do leading, teaching, mentoring and bringing such joy and laughter to so many young men and their families. Regardless of my son”s future as a long snapper, you have changed his life and we are so grateful to you for that!” Parent – GA – 2012

“What a great day. My son learned alot today and came away with much more confidence. Thanks for all you do.” Parent – CA – 2012

“Thanks for making my dreams come true. I honestly can”t imagine where I”d be without your help and guidance.” D1 Long Snapper after a Bowl Game – OK – 2012

“You have had a great impact on my son and for that and the kindness you shown for the past several years I will always be grateful. I say THANK YOU for your support.” Parent – LA – 2012

“Thanks for all the help with my scholarship. Couldn”t have done it without you!” Long Snapper – GA – 2012

“Chris just wanted to thank you for the opportunity that you have given to my son to play football at a division 1 level. It has been a great 5 years for our entire family.” Parent – CA – 2011

“My son committed to __________ University.He will be the starting Long snapper as a freshman. A great accomplishment for him. Would like to thank you again for all your help. Couldn”t have done it without you” Parent – OR – 2011

“Thank you so much!  We will never be able to repay you for what you’ve done for my son (& us).  Certain people you meet in life make such a positive impact.  You are one of those people!  I’m so glad we met.  You are such a fantastic influence on my son” Parent – IL – 2011

“thank you for the wonderful camp in Charlotte. My son was definitely inspired by working with you” Parent – NC – 2011

“let me say that the camp and instruction were invaluable and I wish we would have attended one of your camps before now.” Parent – GA – 2011

“Rubio, Thank you for an outstanding camp in NC. My son thoroughly enjoyed all the instruction he received along with getting to meet and talk with the other long snappers along with the competition. He also enjoyed the personal conversation and instruction he received from you. He is working on his form daily. I can honestly say that my son learned more on his form and the details of long snapping in one day that he had learned in the four years since he started long snapping. Thanks again for all you do and for the opportunity in Vegas and they don’t call you the long snapping guru for nothing!!!” Parent – NC – 2011

“Great to meet you and your staff—I can’t tell you how impressed we were with how the camp was ran.  My son learned so much and was completely blown away with how much you were able to help his snapping.  We talked about it the entire rest of the weekend.  I also enjoyed talking with the other parents. This was our first camp of this kind and my son had never received any formal training when it came to long snapping.  We look forward to following you through the various social media outlets.  Just wanted to thank you again for an awesome experience that I know could pay off for my son in his future.” Parent – NC – 2011

“I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for your time this past Saturday in Charlotte.  I have been to other camps in the past but learned far more from you in that one day then from the other camps.” Long Snapper – NC – 2011

“Thanks for running a firstate camp in NC.  My son really enjoyed the experience and will definitely be back for more, beyond Vegas” Parent – OH – 2011

“After long snapping for four years now it was great for him to for the first time actually get some instruction on this vital skill. He enjoyed the day and looks forward to working on his technique.” Parent – NC – 2011

“Rubio –  I’m sure you get a ton of these e-mails, but thought I’d let you know that my son, just began long snapping this past year. Long snapping was always something his brother did until this year.  After attending your camp Saturday in NC, that has now changed, as he is excited, motivated, and looking forward to working at it to be the best he can be.  Thanks, for your instruction, motivation, and work with my son and all the other kids.” Parent – VA – 2011

“It never ceases to amaze me whether you have 20 kids or more, you run your camp so professional, on time, structured, amazing instruction, and full for fun for the guys!  There has never been a time where we haven”t recommended your camp to anyone who has shown any interest.  Thanks for doing such a great job with these young men.” Parent – SC – 2011

“Thanks for a outstanding day in Charlotte. My son came back re-energized by the experience.” Parent – SC – 2011

“This weekend was tremendous watching Rubio Long Snappers on TV, every game we turned to seemed to have one of your guy”s making great snaps. Thanks for all you do for these guy”s” Parent – WI – 2011

“Thank you so much for all that you have done for the LongSnapping position and the thousand of lives that you have changed. You have made DREAMS come true for many young men.” Parent – GA – 2011

“Hi Rubio, I just wanted to send you a note to say Thank You!  The long snapping camp you led in October was great.  It really was unlike any other camp that we had attended before.   I really appreciated the extra time and effort you spent in explaining the key drills and techniques to the parents. I”m attaching a picture I think you might like of how he”s been able to really improve his follow through. Thank you for your awesome instruction, your motivational blogs, and your dedication to long snapping. We are really glad that we met you and are looking forward to the upcoming camp in Las Vegas” Parent – IL – 2011

“Love your personality and coaching style” Parent – CA – 2011

“I am either crying from laughter or from just the sake of crying in your blogs….thank you Rubio, for EVERYTHING you have done/continue to do…for everyone of your “boys” Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family..and to the entire Rubio Snapping families! God Bless! You have touched each of our lives in such a huge way!” Parent – IL – 2011

“I always look forward to your blogs. I hope you realize you have something very special with what and how you and Sailer approach this business.  There are so many coaches/camps out there that are just about churning numbers but you both really care and you attract people with the same commitment.  What a great environment for the boys to grow.” Parent – GA – 2011

“Great blog once again rubio! And im thankful for you Rubio. Without you i would be operating a forklift in the booneys of north Texas!” Long Snapper – TX/ID – 2011

“Our son is new to this long snapping business, but my wife and I have been amazed by the sense of family that we feel from all the families we have met so far and especially Rubio himself. He teaches, inspires and makes the boys laugh…. Great stuff. We are thankful to be involved.” Parent – CA – 2011

“Thanks for your continued communication and motivational messaging. You are awesome and we really are thankful that we found you!” Parent – GA – 2011

“Chris Rubio was a teacher in his previous life and knows how to motivate the boys to believe in themselves. The kids come away not only being great long snappers, but ready to take on whatever life has to offer them with confidence and humor.” Parent – CA – 2011

“We know your camps will give him great instruction as well as exposure!  I wish we had known about them before this past summer!” Parent – OH – 2011

“Thanks for being such an AWESOME teacher! I heard you mention during one of the film sessions yesterday that you used to be a teacher and that just confirmed my suspicions.  One of my very first thoughts when I was listening to you speak at the LSU camp was “This guy REALLY knows how to break it down” not just for the player, but for the parent also.  I LOVE that you teach the parents how to help our Long Snappers get better at home! Seriously, from one educator to another, you have a gift….and I’m so glad my Long Snapper is learning from the BEST.” Parent – TX – 2011

“Rubio: Just thinking ..started with you my freshman year about this time. What a ride. Thanks for everything you have done for me. Hard to believe its been around 30 camps and every one was great. You know I”m proud to be a Rubio Snapper and represent that training every time I play. Know there is still more to come , but wanted to make sure you know how much I appreciate everything you have done.” Long Snapper – SC – 2011

“The camp was great and well worth the money … and the 8 hour drive to Dallas.  I only wish that we had found you in my son”s junior year, rather than his senior year. Thanks for a wonderful experience!” Parent – LA – 2011

“Yesterday was the BEST day ever. It was a gorgeous fall day, the leaves were turning colors and we were on campus at ________. It was a big day for the recruits. They were all there from all over the country. As we paraded behind the team through the campus, then walked through THE TUNNEL onto the field to watch practice, I stood on the field & thought to myself, none of this would be possible without you, Rubio. THANK YOU!! My son”s life will forever be changed by what he is about to experience at ______. Through you teaching him Long Snapping, he is about to take the journey of a lifetime!! We can”t thank you enough!” Parent – IL – 2011

“Rubio….you are simply the best….not only at long snapping….but, also at leveraging social media. I embrace” Parent – TX – 2011

“I want to say I thoroughly enjoyed attending your camp with my son as well as the blogs and tweets. I also want to commend you on the interest you take in these kids. Yes, this is how you make a living but you go way above and beyond for these kids…THANK YOU” Parent – KY – 2011

“Chris Rubio is a true professional. Thank you for your instruction and guidance today thank you for your help. See u soon” Long Snapper – CA – 2011

“Congratulations on the award honors. You have done GREAT things for these unknown heros of the game.” Parent – ID – 2011

“GREAT blog, best ever to me” Parent – CA – 2011

“My son really enjoyed the camp–says he learned so much” Parent – FL – 2011

“I consider you to be the most knowledgeable and caring coach that my son has worked with through his Long Snapping career and at this point ever will. We have always enjoyed your insight, humor and guidance both on the field and in the classroom at the Camps my son and I attended of yours.” Parent – KS – 2011

“Congrats on the award you have done more for getting the position exposed than anyone ever. Well deserved I hope everyone really understands the impact you have made. It has been monumental. Sorry to ramble. In the 4 years we have been involved the quality of the position has multiplied. Your program has everything to do with it. Really think where would the position be without you promoting it? Would it be listed on scout.com NO! Would all these scholarships be happening NO!MONUMENTAL! You made and make a big impact.” Parent – AZ – 2011

“Saw the exciting news about the Rubio Award.  Congratulations!  This will go a long way towards increasing the visibility of deserving athletes.” Parent – NJ – 2011

“You”re a great mentor for these boys.” Parent – CA – 2011

“My son and I had a great time at your camp. I was very impressed and loved how you included the parents. My son came home so excited and motivated about long snapping. I have never seen him so excited about something. It was a great experience for him. He already told me he wants to be at every camp you have in the area from now on. This was truly a positive experience for him and me” Parent – CA – 2011

“Thanks Rubio, couldn”t have done it without your help! I appreciate it so much, you”ve made me the snapper I am today! I can”t thank you enough!” Long Snapper – OH – 2011

“I wanted to give you some feedback on what I thought of the camp Sunday. I have been to many “camps” over the years, both for myself and for my son”s.  Your camp was, by far, the best camp I have ever attended!  Being a first timers to your program, both my son and I, wanted to keep an open mind of what to expect.  We are both very happy to tell you that every expectation we had was exceeded! You have a great program and I am very happy that my son is able to be a part of it starting his Freshman year.  With his hard work and you guidance he might just make that Top 12 group one day. Again, thanks for all you do and we”ll see you in Vegas” Parent – CA – 2011

“Thanks again for another great Fall Camp Chris! The chance to learn and gain knowledge, get the experience, and take the steps needed to follow through to the next level in such a positive environment is truly rejuvenating Rubio! He continues to work hard to perfect his form, build his body and mind, has a great attitude and love for the game, loves you and the proven techniques you”ve developed and applied in that “RUBIO SWAG” like no other in such a positive way it boarders “true religion” that we both adore and respect in a twisted way” Parent – CA – 2011

“Read through some blogs. Love them! They are informative, real and personable.” Parent – CA – 2011

“I also want to thank you for all you do. We are proud to be a part of Rubio Long Snapping. Not a day goes by without one or all of us talking about one of your blogs or tweets. You will always be a part of our family.” Parent – GA – 2011

“Just want to say congratulations to YOU for putting so many great snappers out into the world but more importantly for being such a great role model. I”m sure they are better human beings from this experience” Parent – CA – 2011

“Rubio, I appreciate everything you have done to help me with my snapping career. Besides snapping you have molded me to become an overall better human being. You have made such an impact on me. Everything that you have taught me in the past 2 years will stick with me for the rest of my life” Long Snapper – CA – 2011

“Rubio Long Snapping camp is already paying off.  My son easily beat out three others for the long snapping job.” Parent – NJ – 2011

“I can”t thank you enough for preparing me for Saturday. I have full confidence in myself now more than ever. Couldn”t have done it without you” Long Snapper – WA – 2011

“Wow, did my son”s college career fly by! Healthy and doing all the snaps for the home opener Thursday night.  Thanks for helping him get this far.  Couldn”t have done it without your help.” Parent – MI – 2011

“Fantastic blog!!! Gave me goosebumps!!” Long Snapper – IL – 2011

“GREAT Blog, one of your best!!!!!” Long Snapper – 2011- IL

“Excellent blog! My heart started beating, brought tears to my eyes!” Parent – CA – 2011

“Seriously Rubio, this is my favorite blog. Well done. I could feel it way down deep. Every snapper needs to read and embrace.” Parent – CA – 2011

Fantastic read!!! As always well done.” Parent – GA – 2011

“Just wanted to thank you for working with my son the other day. His consistency has improved dramatically over the the past few weeks. His snaps are looking simply beautiful. He is snapping with a lot of confidence at this point. Something that is very important heading into the football season. Thank you” Parent – OR – 2011

“Great influence— You are touching the future. This advice is applicable for more than long snappers brother. Not even football but other sports too. Life Lessons. SUPER well Done” Parent – CA – 2011

“just listened to the “what you do” podcast. Real good stuff, not only for LS for any athlete.” OK – 2011

“Thanks for all the training and confidence you have instilled in him this off season. I proudly put the Rubio sticker on the truck this morning and am ready to go.” Parent – VA – 2011

“My family and I can”t even begin to thank you enough for all that you have done for my son and our family this past year a half. Thank you, thank you, thank you.” Parent – CA – 2011

“Your blog does wonders for the kids” Parent – CA – 2011

“Thanks for encouraging my son. He thinks the world of you” Parent – TX – 2011

“Hi Coach Rubio, Just wanted to let you know that our son found out today that he will be the starting LS for the ________ this season.
I wanted to sincerely thank you for all of your help!  God bless you and your beautiful family always!” Parent – CA – 2011

“Our boy _____ is going to be the starting Long Snapper at the University of _______. I thought of you because i don”t think he”d be there, matter of fact I know he wouldn”t be there, if it wasn”t for you and all the amazing coaching, on and off the field, you have done for that kid. I just want to tell you how grateful we are and how excited and proud we are. Thank you, thank you, thank you.” Parent – FL – 2011

“We can”t thank you enough for your instruction and encouragement!” Parent – AR – 2011

“I really wanted to give you a HUGE thank you. Without football this place (his college) would not have been as easy to get into, and honestly I don”t think I would have even considered coming here. But due to the exposure from your camps and all the excellent coaching you gave it was made possible. I truly believe everything happens for a reason, and I know that I am meant to be here, football or not. Also, I not only want to thank you for teaching me everything there is to know about long snapping and making me much better, but for the mentoring outside of football you gave me and all your other students. Your optimism and great outlook on life helped me EMBRACE everything I used to dislike. I believe I will become a better man for knowing you and taking the lessons you taught and using them in my life” Long Snapper – IL – 2011

“When my son first met you, I knew immediately that you were different from any other coach (sorry) he’s ever encountered.  Well, since then it’s been quite a ride for my son. He escalated so fast (athletically & mentally) & made so many wonderful relationships that will last his whole life.  All through Rubio Long Snapping. You, the 2012 guys, Sailer, the college guys in Vegas.  For my son, meeting them, well, I just can’t tell you what that in itself, has done for my son. As a parent, I have always told him to hang out with the winners.  You are a winner. You not only taught him how to Long Snap, got him a full ride to the college he thought he never could go to, but most importantly have been teaching him life lessons all along the way.  There are certain people you meet that REALLY make a difference in your life & you most definitely are one of those people.  I have seen such a change in him this last 1 ½ yrs, that is priceless.  He’s always been a happy kid, but add this happiness & a boat load of confidence & even to him &, well, it’s just more than a parent could ever ask for in their child! And as for me, I got to watch all this & was lucky enough to be a part of all this. Through all this traveling & practicing, our relationship has gotten much stronger.  I think, better than his scholarship that you got him, the best part for me is this relationship with my son.  We can (pretty much) talk about anything, which is what is so important to me.  To communicate with your kids, I think is key.  We always had a great relationship, but we are closer now than ever!  We laugh so hard about things & these things are usually things that you have said or done. THANK YOU for giving my son such wonderful direction in such a crucial time in a teens life” Parent – IL – 2011

“It just gets under my skin that Long Snappers are so under-appreciated!!!  Thank you for how much YOU are changing that view!!!!” Parent – TX – 2011

“You keep up the great work and continue to mentor and inspire the future generation of snappers, and more importantly, the next generation of great young men. You do a fantastic job!” Parent – IL – 2011

“I remember our first phone conversation about 2-1/2 years ago.  I had talked with several other snapping coaches around the country in my attempt to find the right guy for my son.  I found you on the web, and you were the last one I spoke to.  I remember getting off the phone and telling my son later that day that I had found our man.  Shortly after that, we were on the ground with you on the other side of the country at the park for a private lesson.  My son was jacked at his marked improvement by the next afternoon.  He showed up in California already believing in himself, but I know that from that weekend he was truly inspired and determined that he could/would make it to D-1 football. Thanks for what you taught him about snapping.  But equally if not more importantly, thank you for who you are…for challenging, taunting, and loving these boys to believe in themselves and rise to their God-given potential…especially my son!  I absolutely love your joyful, fun-loving sense of humor, and your love for the boys that are placed into your care.  For these reasons, I have got to be among your greatest of admirers! I hope that you live out half of these qualities with your wife and sons, and in so doing you will be a blessing to many of your generations after you. Blessings to you Chris!” Parent – GA – 2011

“Thank you so much for your continued support and mentoring.  We all appreciate you so much.” Parent – TX – 2011

“I start camp tomarrow at __________, and just wanted to thank you for everything, you have made me the long snapper i am today.” Long Snapper – CA – 2011

“The camp I attended in Dallas was the most beneficial snapping camp I have ever experienced. I really enjoy long snapping and instruction from you.” Long Snapper – NM – 2011

“Thanks so much for the awesome job you do with these young men.  The education you offer on long snapping is phenomenal and unrivaled but the life lessons you weave in with your blogs and talks will be remembered when their hair is gray” Parent – GA – 2011

“Rubio, I”ve found that your name is mentioned on a daily basis in our home and just wanted to share with you how grateful we are to have found you.  Although we have never met (I have to stay home with our daughter and horses), I am so impressed with your approach, motivation and dedication to these young men.  I find that you are that mentor I have been hoping my son would find in his life.  Thank you not only for putting these incredible camps together for these young men but for giving it your all in more ways than one:  your time, individual attention, motivation, inspiration, website, youtube videos, rankings, etc. are changing lives!  Please express my gratitude to your wife and children as well for I know they make many sacrifices so that you can be there for our children.  Personally I love your sense of humor, blogs and tweets.  Thank you for the time and dedication you give to us all!” Parent – GA – 2011

“Thank you so much for your continued support and mentoring.  We all appreciate you so much” Parent – TX – 2011

“Thank you for being such an influential part of my life and getting me to and providing me the ooportunities that I have at my college, and meeting great guys all over the country. Thanks a ton Rubio, you are a good man” Long Snapper – IL – 2011

“some may ask how i got through basic… some may say it was through hard work and dedication. others ask how i dealt with the pressure. its all because of the essential skills learned from Chris Rubio Long Snapping” Long Snapper – CO – 2011

“Tomorrow I report to camp. Thank you for all your help in finding a new school. YOU ARE THE BEST!” Long Snapper – IL – 2011

“My scholarship is all because of you” Long Snapper – NC – 2011

“Great recruit class once again…keep it up. You are influencing so many lives it”s got to be majorly overwhelming.” Parent – IL – 2011

“Rubio, just wanted to say thank you for all that you have done for my son. You have helped my son grow in so many ways; has a better sense of direction, goals, confidence and college football in his future.  He has made new friends from all over and I truly believe, some of which are going to be life long connections. I know long snapping is your livelihood and it is business yet, as I watch you run your clinics, I see a person who really cares.  Despite the fact you have done 500+ clinics- your presentation is still fresh. Your enthusiasm is so contagious and inspirational to all. Hope you never lose the pixie dust! You are a straight shooter, wonderful coach, role model, and not a bad snapper yourself…. and just a good person. I have had the pleasure of getting to know some of your “rubio regulars”–  all have the greatest respect for you. You are doing something right!  More importantly, your influence/training goes well beyond long snapping and helps young boys prepare for the many trials of life. I know we have many Rubio years ahead  just wanted to say thank you!  It has been a great summer because we found Rubio!” Parent – MD – 2011

“Great camp today Rubio. We will definitely be back! I highly recommend this camp to anyone. Rubio is such a great communicator!” Parent – TX – 2011

“My son and I attended our first Rubio camp 7-15 in Ga., and were simply impressed with many things we saw compared to other camps we have been to. Your interaction with the kids and your passion for the skill to name a couple.” Parent – GA – 2011

“Great camp.. This was our 1st Rubio camp…had fun! My son really leaned a lot! Highly recommend…Thank You”  Parent -TX – 2011

” I think we told you this already, but just in case we didn”t, a non-Rubio snapper parents told us, “We hate to see Rubio Snappers at a camp when we go because we have never seen a bad Rubio Snapper.  They are all so good.” Thought you would enjoy this!” Parent – SC – 2011

“Rubio, Thanks for the great camp in GA this week!  My son really likes it and loves you!  He was so excited and seeing all the older boys puts a smile on his face.  He hasn”t taken off the shirt since Friday!” Parent – GA – 2011

“Another great camp” Parent – TX – 2011

“One of these days I hope to repay you for ll you”ve done for my boy” Parent – CA – 2011

“Rubio – many thanks – This was my son”s second camp and I know he gained a great deal of confidence. Only wish we had found you earlier. But will not make the same mistake with my younger son.  Look forward to Vegas.” Parent – NC – 2011

“Thank you for all of your help at the GA camp.  I learned a lot and had a lot of fun” Long Snapper – GA – 2011

“I just wanted to say thanks for all that you taught me and my son today.  Your camp was very informative and everything I learned will help me work with my son.” Parent – IL – 2011

“just want to thank you for the time and instruction you”ve put into my son and all the boys with great twitter messages, blogs and all you do” Parent – AK – 2011

“I was almost in tears! This blog is absolutely phenomenal!!!! You covered things that you can”t Google for answers” Parent – IL – 2011

“I report Wednesday to start at my college. I just want to thank you for everything, without your advice and instruction I wouldn”t be in the incredible situation I am in” Long Snapper – TX – 2011

“As I”ve said to you before, it isn”t only the snapping skills that you give these boys, it”s life skills.” Parent – CA – 2011

“Thanks for the fantastic camp. Literally 1000x better than another camp I have been to. I can”t explain how great of an experience it was meeting and getting to know all those other snappers.Once again, thank you for an experience of a lifetime” Long Snapper – IL – 2011

“From a first time parents perspective, I really appreciated how you kept us informed about what was going on and explained the drills to us.  The film review/critique was very helpful” Parent – NJ – 2011

“Having a camp sold out is a true statement to how far your program has come since my older son came through your program. I remember you having 4-6 snappers at camps back then and now your sold out 3-4 weeks before the camp starts.  Positive feedback of a job well done.  You’ve done a great job not just teaching the fundamentals of snapping but promoting snapping as the specialty position it should be…” Parent – GA – 2011

“Thanks for all the help. I really appreciate it. I couldn”t have done it without your help.” Long Snapper – IL – 2011

“I was at the Alabama camp and i have learned more from that one camp then i have in my life” Long Snapper – TN – 2011

“”Coach” Rubio (I will explain later): I want to first of all express appreciation and gratitude for what I (actually – my son) experienced during our brief day together at the Oregon camp……We were exposed to so much and left with so many takeaways that I can”t believe it was all accomplished in a single day….. We have an entirely new view and knowledge base for what it really means to be a successful longsnapper…..
As for the greeting at the beginning of this email….. at the camp, you told the players and parents to call you “Rubio”  rather than coach or Chris – in watching you work and play with the boys — and how you are able to convey so much meaningful data in so little time and have it stick shows a skill and passion that only the best coaches and teachers possess – many can go through the motions and “coach a position” – you bring a love and awareness and energy that draws the players in – at all ages – a rare gift….. Thank you for that…….You will see us again.” Parent – OR – 2011

“My son will be attending ______ as a preferred walk on simply because he attended your Vegas competition and you recommended hm.
After a disappointing football season his senior year, we were looking for a LS camp that my son could attend. I came across several online but yours stood out especially seeing how many of your LS’s were going on to play at college level. We decided to attend the competition in Jan. 2011 and it was the best decision we ever made and best money we ever spent. Although my son only attended this one camp, you and your program have had a huge impact on his football future. Being a LS for a team with a losing record didn’t exactly bring him much recognition. He had always wanted to go to college and play ball but realized that was probably not going to happen. Now this is where you come in, by simply recommending him, my son will be attending __________! Your recognition, expertise and respect from college coaches are valid and true. Everything you say and preach on your website is accurate. I can attest to it. I truly believe my son would not have been a preferred walk on at _______ if it were not for you and your program. A heartfelt thank you to you for the opportunities you give LS’s and for your passion in what you do. It is evident you love this and were meant to do it. Keep up the great work!” Parent – VA – 2011

“By the way, since the camp we went to last time in Chicago, and since he has been to other snapping camps, your camp is by far the most educational for snappers. As a parent, I have always tried to not stay at practices and camps because of all the politics in schools that are played. But the way you encouraged parents to stay and the way you trained parents on how to work with our kids was one of the most beneficial things I have ever been a part of. Your camp (and the book we bought from you) has really allowed me to have confidence in training with him.  So since your camp and your encouragement for parents to be part of the training process, I decided to stay and watch at some other camps he”s attended in Michigan and I cannot believe how much your camp really does blow anything else out of the water. So I just want to thank you for that.” Parent – MI – 2011

“My son attended the U of A and TN camps this past weekend that you directed. He learned so much in that short time and appreciated the extra tips you gave him at the end of day two. He feels like he learned more the past two days than he has since he started snapping.” Parent – TN – 2011

“My son and I have learned more in just two camps with you than we did in three years of others camps.” Parent – GA – 2011

“Just saw my son for the first time after his lesson with you. All I can say is “WOW” You did such a great job with him. He looks smooth, consistent, relaxed and fast. You did an amazing job with him!!! Thank you” Parent – SC – 2011

“This is a great perspective; for an athlete, a parent or even a coach” Parent – Canada – 2011 Referencing THIS blog.

“Thank you for working with my son and being a part of him achieving his dream” Parent – CA – 2011

“Congrats on the good news about all your snappers— I so wished that I knew about you 4 years ago!” Parent – MD – 2011

“As usual.  Awesome blog.  And, as usual, can be applied to so much more than long snapping/sports.” Parent – Canada – 2011

“I cannot thank you enough for all that you have done for my son. All of the offers he has received are because of you. I can”t tell you how much my family appreciates you and all that you have done for us” Parent – GA – 2011

“I just want to let you know that I appreciate the opportunity to attend the 9th Annual Snapping Event. It  was a honor to be in attendance with so many great long snappers. You and your staff always put on a professional first class event. I am a better snapper and person for it, Thank you. Hope to see you again soon.” Long Snapper – LA – 2011

“My son really enjoyed the instruction and competition in Vegas.  The instructors were first class and provided great feedback. We are both looking forward to the next event. Thank you and all the instructors for a great experience.” Parent – OK – 2011

“Just wanted to say thanks.The National camp in Vegas was outstanding.You and Chris S  are outstanding teachers and create a very positive and up beat atmosphere for everyone.The staff members were first class as well. My son has improved so much in a short amount of time. Thanks again for all your hard work.” Parent – OR – 2011

“I just wanted to drop a line to thank you and your staff for a great experience. My son learned a lot this weekend. Again thank you for your time, instruction and ability to put on such a great event” Parent – AZ – 2011

“Thank you for a great Vegas! I can’t thank you enough for all you do for my kids and all the kids” Parent – CA – 2011

“Your blog was not a good one, but a GREAT one. Every parent of an athlete needs to read it. Great job” Pro Athlete – 2011

“Just wanted to say “Thank You” for what you do and how you do it.” Parent – CA – 2011

“Chris, wanted to say I thought the camp was great this weekend.   This was our first time there.  We found the event to be extremely well-organized, to the point, and that the instruction time on Saturday and competition time on Sunday were as advertised.  We look forward to returning in January.” Parent – CO – 2011

“My son has committed to be the starting long snapper for _____________. Thank you for all your encouragement and assistance” Parent – NV – 2011

“Had a wonderful time and great experience at the camp this weekend in Vegas. Thanks!” Parent – CA – 2011

“Wow what a weekend! We are still in shock! Thanks for all you do and caring so much for all these boys!  We are very fortunate to have found you Rubio!” Parent – CA – 2011

“Thank you for all that you do for my son” Parent – IL – 2011

“Great job at camp – my son learned a lot and had a great experience.” Parent – CA – 2011

“Hey Rubio, Vegas was awesome, the competition, coaches, and friendship was amazing! I had the time of my life there, and I want to thank you for giving the opportunity for it. I”ve came a long way thanks to you and I sincerely am grateful for you. Thanks again for the awesome experience” Long Snapper – TX – 2011

“Great camp in Vegas! Many thanks as always….you are the best!” Parent – CA – 2011

“Thank you so much Rubio. You already know this, but all my success is what you turned me into. Thank you sir” Long Snapper – CA – 2011

“Rubio, Thank you again for a phenomenal Vegas once again!!! Had an amazing time and look forward to seeing you again very soon!!” Long Snapper – IL – 2011

“Thanks for a great camp in Vegas. Each one gets better” Parent – IL – 2011

“Coach Rubio, just wanted to say I had fun at the Vegas Camp. You have helped me a lot with my technique and spiral.” Long Snapper – IL – 2011

“Rubio, Just wanted to let you know how pleased we are with you and your camp. Great value, priceless instruction and excellent customer service! I believe my son has great potential and thanks to you, he is starting to see it for himself.” Parent – GA – 2011

“Dear Rubio, Thank you so much for all the help you have given me during the past two years. Working with you has been such a positive impact on my and on my recruiting process. In my college essay, I talked about the way football is shaping the man I am to become. You are such a big part of that. I look forward to the next four years. I promise that you will never hear that I didn”t give my best effort. I will make you proud!” Long Snapper – TN – 2011

“We know that this would never have been possible without the help and instruction you have given to my son over the years.. so THANK YOU RUBIO!!” Parent – CA – 2011

“Rubio, You have know idea how he looks up to you and how you have positively influenced my son in the short time he has know you. Thanks for you support and I will keep you posted on he progress. Thanks again for what you do for the young men.” Parent – GA – 2011

“You do far more than instruct. Thank YOU very much. You never cease to come up with more ways to inspire” Parent – CA – 2011

“Thank you and Sailer for being such positive mentors to the boys and my son. Not enough men like you out there” Parent – GA – 2011

“My son really enjoyed your camp this past Saturday.  He already has aspirations of winning the snapping competition at your next camp here in Charlotte! Thanks again for a great day!” Parent – SC – 2011

“My son loved your camp and I can”t believe how much it has benefited him. :). I am thoroughly enjoying your blogs…especially on “coach” and “parent involvement” and of course the guy in the airport” Parent – GA – 2011

“Mr. Rubio, Thanks for working with my son at your camp yesterday. You all had some excellent information that will help him with his training going forward. The couple of hours spent reviewing the film and recruiting information is very impressive. I was pleased with your camp and I am sure he will be attending more of your camps in the future.” Parent – TN – 2011

“Rubio, Thanks for all of your hard work on Sunday. My son enjoyed meeting you and felt that he learned a lot during the camp” Parent – GA – 2011

“Hey Rubio, Just a quick note to Thank you for an outstanding camp. The instruction you provide is second to none.  Even though we have been to many camps, my son continues to learn something new each time.  He is so fired up after this camp because for the first time in over a year, he left there without a limp and his knee cap is still visible..haha.  Thank you for being sensitive to his individual need.  My son will continue to work on the drills you advised him on and he will be ready for Vegas!!    Thank you again for providing the “best long snapping instruction” there is.” Parent – SC – 2011

“Chris – I enjoyed meeting you yesterday in Atlanta.  My son learned a lot and is extremely  motivated to work hard to get better.” Parent – GA – 2011

“Got a lot of good information out of your camp today! Thanks for everything, and I look forward to seeing you at a future event.” Long Snapper – GA – 2011

“Rubio, You and your people where dead on.  Everything that was told to me at your clinics was RIGHT on.  You can use this letter as a testimonial or have any perspective client of yours contact me at anytime, I am that big of a believer in you. Today, my son received an e-mail from ______________ Special Teams coach requesting my son”s services at their school.  It happened just as you told everyone at your last clinic in LA. They heard about my son from you.  What a great reputation you have.  This was a personal e-mail from the coach and not just a form letter. The HUGE fact is that Matt”s name is out there, mainly because of you. We can not thank you enough.  I know you are a busy man and I am not the type to bother people, but I felt the need to pass this on to you.   Everything that was told to me in the classroom or that I read on your web-site has come to fruition.  My only regret is that we had not heard of you earlier in my son”s career. Once again Rubio, you are a man of your word and your word is solid.  Like I said, we have not committed to anything and we have not even contacted the coach, but just the fact that this program reached out to us, and my son”s name is out there on people radar, because of your reputation, is as they say “Priceless” to my son and myself.  Just to see the look on his face when he was reading the coaches e-mail was unforgettable.  Sorry for the long correspondence but I just wanted to let you know how much we appreciate your services and efforts” Parent – CA – 2011

“There should be a way to make this required reading for anyone that has a child who is being recruited for any position…in any sport!” Parent – Canada – 2011

“The snappers I have had contact with that have attended your camps speak very highly of your instruction. Keep up the good work” D1 Special Teams Coach

“Your camp and personal instruction is top notch for these young impressionable gunners!  I as a Father appreciate your positive influence for us all! College is coming fast and you have a proven system” Parent – CA – 2011

“Thanks for the motivational message for our young people” Teacher – ID – 2011

“Rubio, just wanted to let you know that after battling through injuries and going in and out of starting positions, I have earned my scholarship. I couldn”t have done it without you. Thank you” Long Snapper – MI – 2011

“Thank you for all of your help and coaching this past year. I could not be where I am now without you.  Thank you for all the help.” D1 Long Snapper – FL – 2011

“Rubio- I wanted to let you know that I received a preferred walk-on offer from the University of ________ about 6 weeks ago and committed on the spot. Thank you for your help with my development.” Long Snapper – VA – 2011

“My son loves your camp (as you are the best) and is hoping to see you at Bama in June” Parent – TX – 2011

“Thanks for being such an inspiration to my son” Parent – ID – 2011

“Thank you Rubio, I appreciate you so much for getting me this far” D1 Long Snapper – IL – 2011

“Dear Mr. Rubio, I wanted to email you to thank you for all that you have helped me with. The new snapping form has extremely helped my speed and overall snapping performance! I am doing my drills everynight. I feel like I am improving tremendusly. Thank you for that!” Long Snapper – ID – 2011

“I really enjoy following you on Twitter and your blogs – great info you give us……thanks!” Parent – GA – 2011

“I can’t wait until Vegas!  I have so much fun when we go.  I have met life – long friends there & I’m the parent!!” Parent – IL – 2011

“Hey Rubio I wanted to let you know that I will be going to _________ University next year.. I can”t thank you enough for all of the advice and coaching you gave me over the past years. I am really excited for the next four years of college.” Long Snapper – CA – 2011

“Thank you for all you’ve taught my son.  You’ve given him a drive that is just so much fun to watch & he has benefited incredibly from this.  I am so glad we met you.  You are an incredible person & teacher!  THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING.” Parent – IL – 2011

“I wanted to send you a thank you for your camp.  My son went to one in Illinois, in the fall of 2009 and then went to Vegas in January of 2010 and placed 3rd there.  From that Vegas trip we learned about the NCSA Sports and enrolled my son and he had many opportunities open up to him. He has been invited to play for the University of __________ as their Long Snapper and will most likely be starting his freshman year as their full time long snapper.  He also had other colleges offer him this opportunity. I again want to thank you for your camp and all the opportunities that it opened for my son.” Parent – IN – 2011

“Rubio, I have committed to ________________ University as a long snapper. I want to thank you for the instruction you gave me in your camp. I learned more in your camp in a day than I had learned in my entire long snapping career” Long Snapper – NC – 2011

“The camp was great. I”ve been using those drills and my snap is a lot more consistent” Long Snapper – IL – 2011

“I read all your blogs and they are great!!!! You are doing an exellent job! Thanks for all the great info. :)” Parent – CA – 2011

“You are the most incredible mentor I have EVER encountered … please keep doing what you are doing because you sincerely enhance and empower lives with the gifts that you”ve been given” Parent – CA – 2011

“I love this Rubio thank you for sharing it with me. Very inspirational” Long Snapper – AZ – 2011

“Thanks Rubio for the blog. My son hears that kind of stuff from me all the time, but you know how kids listen to their parents. NOT. But coming from you (cause he really looks up to you) will be just what he needs. Again, thanks for all you do, not just on the field training, but all the real life training you do for my boy” Parent – CA – 2011

“Just read your last blog. Got me so pumped up I did another set of drills. Very inspirational” Long Snapper – IL – 2011

“Thanks so much for all your tremendous help” Parent – GA – 2011

“Hey Rubio, I had my spring game yesterday on ESPN 3. I had 12 punt snaps, 6 pat/field goals, a tackle and nearly had a fumble recovery (even though I know that close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades 😉 It was a great day for my family and me, and I just wanted to take the time to thank you for everything you have done for us. I can”t even begin to tell you the profound impact you have had on my life. You”re right when you say that you are far more than a coach: you are a mentor and a role model. It”s hard to believe how things have fallen in place for me, and I know that you have played a huge role in the shaping of the man I am today. None of this would have been possible without your positive reinforcement, and it seems you have squeezed out every ounce of potential I have within my sub-six foot body. The things you have taught me exceed far beyond the long snapping world and, for that, I thank you.” Long Snapper – VA – 2011

“Rubio thanks for all your help with my son we are going to be a perf walkon at ull which is univ of _________” Parent – LA – 2011

“I committed to __________ and I am signing on Tuesday morning. Thank you for all of your help. I couldn”t have done it without your help. I really appreciate everything you”ve done” Long Snapper – 2011 – AZ

“Thanks for your time yesterday. You gave my son a lot of great instruction along with inspiration to working harder and improving his long snapping.” Parent – OR – 2011

“I wanted to thank you for everything that you have done and continue to do for my son and everyone else who wants to succeed at longsnapping.  My son has such determination and enthusiasm for longsnapping, it is so wonderful to see it in his eyes.  He is such a joy to have as a son, and has made me so very proud of him. I thank you again, for everything!  You have played such an important role in his life. Parent – IL 2011

“The best part about Rubio is his integrity and knowledge. I am appreciative of the way he conducts himself and the way he encourages the athletes. I enjoyed the way Rubio spoke to the parents in encouraging how we can be coaches with our athletes. That has really improved my ability as a parent to help my son. He practices almost everyday now. Before the camp he had not snapped for 3 weeks. We were both inspired and encouraged that we can do this together. Thank you. ” Parent – MI – 2011

“Thanks for everything Rubio….I couldn”t have done it without you” Long Snapper – GA – 2011

“I am going to print THIS out and put it on my wall so I can read it every morning when I wake up. HUGE WIN!!” Long Snapper – TX – 2011

“”Rubio, my son had a great time last Sunday at your camp, he is very pumped about this and he has practiced every night since he got home. I had no idea there was so much to long snapping! My son is REALLY looking forward to May in Vegas and wants to work hard between now and then so you can see an improvement. Thanks!” Parent – OH – 2011

“I LOVE THIS BLOG…It is so true and it inspired me this morning…well done. You are one smart guy!” Parent – CA – 2011

“Rubio- Just had to send you and email and let you know how appropriate your blog was today.  We have been following your blog which has had been great for answering questions and also, dealing with life.  I encourage him to re- read different things in your blog which I think were written just for him.  I have encouraged him and told him this wont be easy, but if he works hard, improves and continues to work with you, I have no doubt in my mind he could be a good college snapper.  I think he has had trouble seeing that.  I have been sending him texts and ask him if he has read your blogs and especially the ones that I think will help him.  Well, today, he sent me a text and asked me if I had read your blog. I had not yet (sorry, I was busy taking out wisdom teeth!!).  After I read it, except for the part about wisdom teeth-given, I thought it was exactly what he needed to hear!! Hopefully, he did hear what you said.  Thanks for being there for the boys not only for the snapping, big part, but for the life lessons that they need to hear. Thanks again for all you do, and keep it up!” Parent – TX – 2011

“Liked the piece on Talent very much.  Great lesson for all areas of life” Parent – CO – 2011

“Just wanted to say I had a great time at your camp today. I learned a lot of great things and I can”t wait to show you my results in the future.” Long Snapper – WI – 2011

“Thanks so much for allowing me to come to the camp; I learned so much and I had a great time. I feel like you got me on the right track so I can improve my snapping abilities. I really appreciate all of your help and special interest in me.” Long Snapper – 2011 – IL

“It was my pleasure to meet you on Sunday in Chicago.  I was very impressed with the talented group of students.  Your step-by-step instructions are by far the best I have ever been exposed to. I look forward to meeting you again. By the way, where the hell were you when I was long snapping? Parent – OH – 2011

“it was another great camp in Sherman Oaks a couple of weeks ago. I wanted to let you know what long snapping
has meant to me as a father. My son is young for his grade and most other lineman have 40 to 80 lbs on him at our school. He sat most his Freshman year and it was frustrating for us both and of course there is no long snapping culture here as they used the center to muscle back knuckle balls. I saw an opportunity and after your first camp he was hooked. dragging me to the park and gym 5 days a week snapping, watching endless you tube footage ect. At last years H.S. summer practice when the long snap try outs started my son caused such a stir that all the coaches Varsity included stood and watch my son as he dominated that position. my son had a season of perfect snaps and secured his spot as a player. Thank you!” Parent – NV – 2011

“I was very impressed by the quality of the camp and the delivery style of your presentation – the kids seem to hang on your every word, well done!” Parent – OH – 2011

“I just wanted to thank you for all of the valuable information that I was able to learn at your camp today.  The other camps I”ve attended have told me that I need to use my legs more, but you were the first person to actually show me how to do it!  I told my dad that this was by far the best teaching camp that I”ve been to.  I look forward to more Rubio camps in the future!” Long Snapper – IL – 2011

“Your camp was a great experience for him and myself as well.” Parent – IL – 2011

“Our previous Long Snapper went to the TOP 12 Camp and anyone who goes to that Rubio camp is legit. We like Rubio Long Snappers cause we know they can get the job done” D1 Coach – 2011

“Thank you so much for a fantastic camp.” Parent – IL – 2011

“Rubio you put on another outstanding camp as usual. You have truly blessed our family. Thanks so much for the time and effort you put in” Parent – CA – 2011

“First of all, thank you for another wonderful camp!  Your lessons and camps are a highlight in my son’s (and MY) life!  My son always comes away a better snapper and a happy young man!” Parent – CA – 2011

“Rubio, Thank you for an awesome camp.  As a High School coach for the past 22 years I have never seen an individual skills camp run the way you and Chris Sailer run yours.” Parent – CA – 2011

“Loved the NIKE camp Rubio– but most of all loved the way you motivate these kids in all aspects of life !!!” Parent – CA – 2011

“Thank you so much for all you do to inspire these kids.” Parent – CA – 2011

“Others will never come close to the personal service you give to your clients.  Your only problem is that there is only one of you!” Parent – CA – 2011

“Rubio, want to thank you so much for correcting my form and getting me ready for my pro day.” Pro Long Snapper – KY – 2011

“Rubio, your blog is fantastic! Well done” Pro Long Snapper – CA – 2011

“The tip you gave me might be the best piece of advice I”ve ever gotten. I was on point today. Averaging .72 on the hip. Thanks” Pro Long Snapper – IN – 2011

“Chris, I have to thank you for all the help you have given my High School program with all the tips you have given me over the years. We have placed a snapper to the next level the last three years. Your blog is also a great source of help!” Parent – UT – 2011

“It”s (son”s success) has everything to do with your leadership, mentorship, skill and unique ability to make him a better snapper, more importantly, a better person. I am eternally grateful…  Thank you” Parent – CA – 2011

“Hey Mr. Rubo, I”ve never been to a long snapping camp or competitions or anything, but I would like to thank you for all of the long snapping advice you have put on facebook in the past. I live in North Carolina and played organized football for the first time this past season for my senior year on my high school team. I was trying to figure out what positon to play and decided I wanted to be a long snapper after I watched some college football on television. So I went outside and started snapping at a pine tree in my yard. After a lot of practice I won over my high school team”s starting position at Long Snapper. After a sucessful season, I was recruited by ________. I signed my letter of intent as a preferred walk-on.. It”s a dream come true after just one year of organized football. So thank you for all of the tips and advice that helped me along the way.” Long Snapper (someone who I have never actually even met!!!)- NC – 2011

“Excellent post!  Love the way you broke each element down” Pro Agent – PA – 2011

“That was an GREAT Blog, I love it. Keep them coming.” Parent – CA – 2011

“Your camps pay off and really work…so glad we found you” Parent – VA – 2011

“Full scholarship for my son as a long snapper. Two years at your camps made the difference.” Parent – CANADA – 2011

“We feel that attending your camps has prepared my son for the next level.” Parent – MO – 2011

“Rubio, could not be more happier with my son”s desire to keep learning from you! Thank you!!” Parent – CA – 2011

“Well,  soon our youngest son will be off to college. You have coached both of our sons not only with their snapping skills but     also with the life skills needed to continue playing at the college level.  You have been a significant part of our family for over a decade and will be for many more!  THANK YOU, for being a part of the village that helped raise our boys!
It’s a good thing we don’t have a girl . . . if we did, she would be a Rubio Long Snapper too!!!” Parent – CA – 2011

“Rubio, Thanks for everything you do! As I”ve stated before, you make my life much easier based on your evals and video. Stay in touch” D1 Coach – 2011

“I enjoyed reading your blog. I was a long snapper in high school. I am glad you are doing what you are doing to inspire these kids. If I had a role model like you when I was a kid I may have prepared for college and tried to hook on as a snapper somewhere. Keep up the good work.” Parent – 2011 (Anonymously sent to me after reading Rubio Long Snapping blog)

“Hey Rubio, I never got to say thank you for all you have done for my boys. Without you we would not be in this position. It”s absolutely amazing that I have not 1, but 2 kids that are going to play for a major D1 school on a full ride. I would of never thought that was possible.” Parent – CA – 2011

“Chris, I”ve spent my entire adult life in the sports business, as a D1 baseball coach; Asst Olympic baseball coach (Italy); & MLB Player Agent; I currently represent NBA coaches & MLB managers & coaches; So I think I know and understand what a quality, effective coach is when I see or meet one. You and Chris Sailer both have an amazing gift as contemporary coaches who definitely connect with young athletes. I have spoken with many of the other people across the nation who teach/coach LS & kickers, either @ clinics, lessons, in person, or by telephone.  Most of them are amateurswhen compared to you. My son and I feel incredibly fortunate to have had you as a Long Snapping coach and mentor for the past 5 years.  You are in the top 1% of coaches I have ever met, played for, represented professionally, or have known during my lifetime ” Parent – CA – 2011

“Hello Rubio, Just thought I would drop you a line and tell you my son signed today as a long snapper. I know he didn”t have much time to work with you but the time that he received instruction from you was very valuable. Thank you for everything you have done for my son and everything you do for long snappers.” Parent – AL – 2011

” Thank you Chris, you have been such a HUGE part of my son”s career.” Parent – IL – 2011

“You are a good and honest man and there are few like you” Parent – IL – 2011

“As my son signs his National Letter of Intent and Full-Ride Scholarship Agreement today to attend and play football for a D-1 BCS Conference school, I am reflecting back on that chance meeting we had when my son was a 5’3”, 115 lbs 8th grade boy practicing his snapping for his Pop Warner football team on a random Sunday afternoon. From that point forward until today and beyond, through your training, motivation and personal attention to him you have been and continue to be instrumental in training and perfecting his long snapping skills. Beyond that, through your long snapping teachings you have taught my son valuable lessons that he will carry with him and that he will be able to draw upon for the rest of his life in whatever he does. Lessons like the importance of quality practice over quantity repetition. Working hard and being diligent, yet having fun while you are doing it. Seeing the big picture while practicing and perfecting specific detailed drills. The importance of being positive, encouraging, enthusiastic, passionate and having fun in what you do in order to get better and become the best. The confidence in knowing that you will perform at the highest level when you have prepared yourself through hard work and quality repetition. The importance of being confident that you will do your job, yet be humble in your achievement. All of these attributes and more you continue to teach my son. You are truly his mentor and you have become my dear friend. My family is grateful and blessed for all that you have done and continue to do for my son.” Parent – CA – 2011

“Just wanted to let you know my son received a scholarship and signed yesterday. He will be the starting Long Snapper for the 2011 season.
Thank You !!! For all of your instruction we would not have considered attempting to long snap at the collegiate level without your program !!!” Parent – TN – 2011

“Thanks to Chris Rubio, the long snapping instructor for Rubio Long Snapping and Chris Sailer Kicking, I am what I am now.” D1 Long Snapper – GA – 2011

“Thank you Rubio for all the coaching and promoting” D1 Long Snapper – PA – 2011

“Thanks for me teaching so much over the past few years” D1 Long Snapper – NY – 2011

“Rubio is widely considered the leading long-snapping instructor in America” Scout.com – USA – 2011

“Thank you for an amazing experience!! He had the time of his life! Camp was so much fun and so well organized. Thanks for all you have taught him in such a short amount of time!!! From the first minute he met you, he was fired up. You changed him. You are so good for him!!! The coach specifically said he spoke to only you about my son and since you recommended him it was all he needed to hear.” Parent – IL – 2011

“thanks for the well run event. My son enjoyed his first competition. It was a great learning experience” Parent – VA – 2011

“Your influence has changed my son”s life” Parent – IL – 2011

“I wanted to tell you GREAT CAMP! My son and I really enjoyed the experience. I have seen a new fire in my son about his snapping since we”ve been home. You will see us at more camps to come.  Thank you to you and your staff!” Parent – ID – 2011

“_______ (D1 college) came to my school today to see me. He said he looked at my profile page and said that was enough for him” Long Snapper – IL – 2011

“On behalf of my son, my wife and I thank you again for another exceptional National Long Snapping Event in Las Vegas.  The camp was very well organized, the student-instructors did a great job with the boys, and the competition was excellent.” Parent – CA – 2011

“I wanted to take the opportunity to say, THANK YOU !  You put on one of the most Professional and well run camps I have been to in the last several years.  Frankly you inspire me and I’m sure I speak for my son as well.” Parent – WA – 2011

“Hey Rubio, Another GREAT Vegas! They just keep getting better….thanks for everything” Parent – CA – 2011

“Thanks again for all of your help. By far the best LS Camp I”ve ever been a part of” Long Snapper – NC – 2011

“I cannot say enough good things about your camp this weekend. I don”t know you did it, but you did. I was really impressed. It was worth every penny. We will definitely be back.” Parent – LA – 2011

“Rubio another great camp, didn’t expect anything less than perfect from you and your staff, on time, great instructions/instructors  awesome fields, awesome weather, of course you had nothing to do with the weather LOL J… what a great bunch of kids you had  , my son has created some lifelong friends. Who knows he may play against some of these guys in the future you never know.
You have done so much for my son I can’t thank you enough” Parent – AZ – 2011

“I know my wife has told you this, but I wanted to reiterate it and thank you for your coaching of my son.  His high school experience was so miserable, they nearly sucked all his passion for the game out of him and certainly didn”t encourage him to improve or pay any attention to Special Teams in general.  Seeing him the past month at your lesson and camps, I finally saw his interest return and enjoy being around the football field and smiling on the filed again.You”ll probably remember that I was very skeptical in the beginning of guys being able to play D1 ball and get scholarships with your program, but we”ve literally seen your business explode since we came into it and boy was I wrong!” Parent – CA – 2011

“Rubio, just wanted to say thank you again for helping my son get to the next level.  Your camp has been a big part of all of our lives for the last 4 years” Parent – AZ – 2011

“Rubio, I did not get the chance to say hello or goodbye but I did want to send you another note of thanks.  My son had an awesome experience and continues to grow and learn as a long snapper.  I was very impressed, but not surprised, at how well run the camp was.  We will definitely see you in May, actually twice, in GA and again in Vegas!” Parent – GA – 2011

“Rubio-I wanted to thank you for the event in Vegas. I could see how much work you and your entire staff put into that event and I am sure you are wiped out and hopefully will get some rest. My son and I had a great time while we were there.  We appreciated the instruction that you and your staff provided and being able to see all the different snappers at one camp is a vital part of the learning process as well. Thanks again!” Parent – TX – 2011

“I did not get a chance to talked with you this weekend but I just wanted to say THANK YOU for all you have done for my boys the past 6 years I know my son would not have went to college with out your help and on to the NFL and with my other son you have been great with him and I really appreciate everything” Parent – TX – 2011

“Thanks for an awesome weekend – can’t wait until May” Parent – CA – 2011

“Rubio, Great Event this weekend, i was amazed at the talent. Now i see the things we have to do to get to the top.  Lots of hard work. Thanks, for what you do, it”s completely awesome.  In my 18 years of coaching football you rarely find a person who is tuned in to all his players, no matter age, size or where he comes from.” Parent – CA – 2011

“Rubio, Thanks for everything, over the weekend. Getting involved with you has been the best thing my son has ever done.   You have created such a postive enviroment for our kids. Long Snapping requires dedication away from your camps.  The kids have to work at it all year round.  Your attitude stays with the kids.  You provided the incentive and commitment that keeps our kids working.” Parent – IL – 2011

“Thanks so much for everything you have done for my son” Parent – TN – 2011

“I wish everyone was like you Rubio. You are a straight shooter” Parent – OK – 2011

“Thanks again for great weekend!  You by far are the best in the business, and I love the organization with which the camps are always run.” Parent – GA – 2011

“Rubio, My son has attended several of your deep snapping camps over the last several years. He got his 4th D1 scholarship offer yesterday. We felt like they were going to offer him so he has waited and he got the offer. This was the school that he had dreamed of playing for. He has four D1 scholarship offers and numerous invited walk on offers. This would not have been possible without the skill development and the drills that he learned at your camps. I know that I nor his high school coaches could not have helped him develop these skills. Your camps and his hard work has paid off. I wish I knew how many thousand balls he has snapped into that net and how many times we have laughed at your likeness on the net. My son will never forget your encouragement and the friendships that he has made at your camps. Rubio, I wanted to thank you personally for all that you have done for my son.” Parent – MS – 2011

“I know you already know this but i”ll say it anyway.  Your Prep Camp was amazing, the way you ran things and are so organized is what i”ve been looking for.  Most camps don”t give you a tenth of the instructions that you gave.  My son and I are very excited for the upcoming events and years we will be going to your camps for coaching and valuable lessons you will teach him. Thanks again, and looking forward to tons more opportunity to spend time with you.” Parent – CA – 2011

“I wanted to tell you how much I appreciate the session you and Chris Sailor held for the veteran snappers and kickers at the camp in Georgia. You and Chris were so incredibly helpful with your insights, and answered the many questions that have come up more recently in the recruiting process. Thank you so much!” Parent – NC – 2011

“I must tell you I am very pleased with all the communication you have provided for this event and information on your website (including all info on facebook). What I have read, it seems like your camps and events are very well run. We are looking forward to the event. I only wish we knew about Rubio Long Snapping a couple years ago! Your hard work is definately paying off and so great to have found someone with a great passion for long snapping and helping athletes advance to the college level.” Parent – VA – 2011

“I am very thankful that another one of your long snappers turned us on to you.  What a difference you have made in our lives. Thanks for all you do for these kids!” Parent – CA – 2011

“Great blog! It was great to read how you started it all. Keep them coming!!!!!!!” Long Snapper, IL, 2011

“We were so impressed with you and the lesson!!! He and I loved it!! I love your teaching style and your focus on details, you are worth every penny!! Again looking forward to seeing you soon. You are much more than I ever expected and I can”t believe you had my son long snapping after only a 30 min session!” Parent – CA – 2010

“Anyway, thank you very much for your time at the lesson. You squeezed more information into 1 hour than I thought possible. My son was wiped out and so pumped up at the same time” Parent – CA – 2010

“My son has been working hard so I though I would reward him and take him to another company”s camp about  2-1/2 hours away in wisconsin. I thought it would be a good warm up for Vegas. Well!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  what a disappointment. Going to that camp confirms that you are the best at what you do hands down. The competittion was about 1 minute and very uneventful. It  was as if they just wanted your money, put there time in and then sent you off.The only good that came out of the camp was my son got to know meet another one of your long snappers and I probably sold two dads on going to your next local camp in Chicago. On the way home my son said it plain as day,  “Dad, that was NO fun.” Thought you should know. Also,  I believe when your a coach part of coaching is not only developing a kid athletically but also developing there character. Thats what makes your camp fun but also provides the incentive for the kids after they leave to continue to workhard. Thanks for all you do for all the long snappers. One other thing, I never thanked you for going out of your way to visit with my Dad.  He talks about that camp and meeting you all the time.  He is coming to Vegas with us and is excited. You didn”t have to do that and I wanted you to know how much I appreciate it.” Parent – IL – 2010

“I know you see and teach a lot of kids. But as I sit here at the stadium waiting to see my boy come out on the field, whether he ever plays or not, I just wanted to thank you again for all you have done for him and our family. You made him feel special. Thank you.” Parent – CA – 2010

“I follow your web page and I think it”s great you have coached / mentored another bumper crop of fine young LS”s. You should feel proud and honored to have influenced so many young lives in such a positive way. Again, my thanks to you. He received the national attention due to your coaching and reputation.” Parent – IL – 2010

“Thank you so much for all you have done for my son!!!  He is ecstatic about his opportunity to play at the next level and we are so thankful for the training and exposure you and your program have provided.  We couldn”t have gotten there without you!” Parent – AZ – 2010

“Thank you Rubio couldn”t have done it without you and I”d like to thank you for everything. I know the school I chose is a perfect fit for me and the coaches are awesome there. Once again thank you for everything Rubio.” Long Snapper – NJ – 2010

“I wanted to thank you again for instructing my son so well last Sunday.  He walked away from your camp feeling excited about what he had learned from you. Thank you again for all your help.  He really enjoyed every minute of it!” Parent – AL – 2010

“My son was awarded most improved player on the JV team.  As the coach was introducing, he mentioned that my son played every single offensive play this season without a bad snap including all shotgun, field goal, extra points and punts. All of that is a result of your great mentoring of all those kids – I thank you for all you do for them.” Parent – CA – 2010

“I just wanted to say thank you for everything you have done for me Rubio. It means a lot of my family and myself” Long Snapper – GA – 2010

“Rubio, Thank you again for the great camp today and positive instructions for my son.  As I mentioned to you as we were leaving, we attended a different camp last December in Nashville and I found your camp to be far better in instruction, information, and the amount of strong competitors. One of the aspects that stood out to me the most as I watched was the care you have for your students and the positive relationship you have with the multitude of repeat attendee”s to your camp.   Thanks again for your help today.  It was a pleasure meeting you and I wish you continued success” Parent – GA – 2010

“Thanks for your support of my son. He has gained immensely from your instruction and inspiration over the 4 camps and Vegas Showcase last  year. I know that he considers you his most important mentor.” Parent – NC – 2010

“Thanks for a great camp at Roswell on Sunday. My son learned so much during the day and he is definitely interested in attending more of your camps in the future.” Parent – GA – 2010

“You do a wonderful job of making snapping fun, my son really enjoys being part of your program. You have been and are a great help to Tucker and we really appreciate it.Thanks again for your work ethic as an example to these boys; you do everything when you say you will, and to post results and videos in two days for all the snappers is amazing. Thank you for your commitment to excellence.” Parent – GA – 2010

“The Georgia camp was just amazing! My son really got a lot from it and is already starting utilize the tools he learned.  The camp was a great experience for the entire family.  We were a little nervous about coming just because he almost had zero experience and no training, but what he learned was extremely helpful and went a long way.  He went in with the attitude “I know I”m not good, but all I can do is my must and learn”.  I think he came out with a little more confidence and a real fire about long snapping.” Parent – MO – 2010

“Thanks for a great camp today.  Both my boys enjoyed it as expected. They both came away with a lot more confidence.” Parent – GA – 2010

“Dear Rubio, My son participated in many of your camps, lessons, and National Events in Vegas.  While all were impressive, one never knows the effectiveness until it comes time to apply the skills you have taught him.   Sure, he showcased his skills at the high school level, but I am talking about how he would perform in a NCAA D1 environment. For my son, there were numerous “proof is in the pudding” moments.  Here are a few:

·         My son was offered a “preferred walk-on” spot at the D1 school of his dreams mainly due to his relationship with your program
·         As a  true freshman, he beat out the incumbent senior  (not a Rubio student) to earn the starting Long Snapper position
·         His first college snap, occurred in a major NFL stadium , inside the 5 yard line, in front of a very noisy opposing student section, whereby he nailed the snap, then went on to make a solo tackle on the return man.
·         He’s had 62 great punt snaps this season, many coming against teams ranked in the Top 25 and at very imposing stadiums with 90,000+ attendance
·         This week, the school awarded him a scholarship that starts in spring.

You not only taught him the necessary technical skills needed to become a great snapper, but also gave him the ability and confidence to perform under great pressure.
THANKS!!!!!!” Parent – CA – 2010

“Hey Rubio, I just want to let you know my first year in college has been great. I was a travel redshirt this year and second string. I just want to thank you again for all you have done for me.” Long Snapper – 2010 – VA

“Thank you for all you do & we want you to know that our son is getting several interests from various colleges. The most recent indicated they were interested in offering a scholarship because of his versatility. We are so grateful to you & others that have such positive influence on our son. Words just can”t say how his mother & I feel toward you & the others.” Parent – GA – 2010

“Rubio- I wanted to tell you how much my son and I enjoyed the camp in Dallas.  We both learned a ton about long snapping technique as well as the overall process. I think you do a great job with the boys and I like the fact that you try to make each person the best long snapper they can be!” Parent – TX – 2010

“Rubio, Wanted to let you know my son enjoyed the camp again. I cant believe the improvement he has made since March. He started at center on his middle school team and once the coaches figured out he could long snap at 10 yards punting became a huge weapon for them .He didn’t have any bad snaps I was shocked he was very consistent.” Parent – TX – 2010

In regards to having great pressure snaps in a major loss from a D1 long snapper “Win some and lose some, but the snaps were easy cause I learned from the best” D1 long snapper – ID – 2010

“Thank you again for bringing the Long Snapping Camps to our part of the country.  Had a great time yesterday and we continue to be impressed and amazed what you do with these boys.  The difference from the start of the camp to the end of the camp on a lot of these snappers was amazing.  You have a true gift in teaching Long Snapping.” Parent – SC – 2010

“We owe all of this to you. As you can see, you were his first true long snapping coach. Although he may not say it, I know how much he admires you and finds you to be a great role model. The top twelve and event elite did more for his confidence then I can tell you. After spending time at an “other camp”, I can assure you that you are the real deal…period. I”ll be happy to tell anyone this,along with all of the reasons why.” Parent – IL – 2010

“I chose not to talk to you about this at the camp Sunday because you had far more important things that needed your attention … like coaching the proper L-S techniques, etc
I know that I am not alone when I say I really appreciate the fact that you are all about being at your camps and teaching them yourself.
We have been to other good camps, don’t get me wrong, but It is troubling to see the trend that is to simply send a few good local college players to do the actual teaching. A good college player does not necessarily make a good teacher… I love seeing the accomplished college players helping at the camps, but they should simply not be teaching without being supervised by the camp-directors or founders.
My son came away with renewed enthusiasm, some great new ideas about how to become a better long-snapper and most importantly a big smile on his face.” Parent – NC – 2010

“Rubio, I would like to thank you for the years of instruction that you have provided.  Since last May, I have taken your critique and worked tirelessly to perfect my skills. Over the summer, I attended numerous camps and the Rubio Long Snapping students certainly are a cut above the rest; a true testament to your efforts.  I accepted the scholarship offer to ______ because I felt it was the right fit both academically and athletically. With thanks to you (and my family) my ever-lasting goal of playing college football is becoming reality.” Long Snapper – NY – 2010

“Hi Rubio,
I just wanted to let you know, that I have accepted a full athletic scholarship offer to the University of ________ to play Tight End, and I will also be their long snapper. I was recruited and offered for the tight end position, but being able to long snap allowed me to rise up over all the other athletes. I can”t thank you enough for all you knowledge and how much you have taught me.” Long Snapper – PA – 2010

“Also, I wanted to compliment you on how you handled that kid who was on the verge of tears. Your response was perfect! I have coached dozens of teams at all levels of youth sports, and I know that you can make or break a kid in how you respond. I don”t know if he is any goood or not, but your excellent response will make a huge difference!” Parent – CA – 2010

“I can”t thank you enough for all that you did for my son. If it had not been for you my son would never have signed a scholarship at a D1 School.” Parent – MS – 2010

“Rubio, thank you for everything you have done for my son. The camps and the exposure that came from them was great but the fact that you stayed in touch with my son between camps and the phone calls you made on his behalf mean even more. Thanks again for helping my son reach a goal that seemed improbable a few years ago.” Parent – AZ – 2010

“Rubio,
I have been meaning to catch up with you for some time.
First, I wanted you to know how much my son enjoyed your Top 12 camp. It was no doubt a once in a lifetime experience for him. Getting the boys together by themselves and allowing them to bond or spend time with each other without family distractions is a great idea. I can tell that my son considered this trip very special.  I think he will remember this fondly for the rest of his life.
Second, I hope you know how much you have meant to my son over the relatively short period of time he has known you.
When he first met you last December, he had just finished his first season of long snapping and was just another one of thousands of high school long snappers simply playing football because he loved the sport. He was extremely raw and never had any formal instruction.  I believe his high school coach gave him an old DVD to watch.  In less than 7 months you transformed him from anonymity into one of the best high school long snappers in the country.  Yes, he did work his tail off.  But truth be known, he could not even have come close to this accomplishment without you.  For this, I thank you very much.
The extremely high level of respect that you garner from all of these young men across the country is quite remarkable. You have a tremendous talent and gift that you are able to communicate to these kids that few others possess. My son is not the easiest kid in the world to win over. I have heard him talk about you to his friends, other long snappers, parents, teachers, and coaches. His respect for you is tremendous.
From what I understand, he is no exception.  The other kids across the nation feel the same way.  Many have the ability to teach at a high level.  Few command the respect and adoration that you obtain from your students.  I hope that at least one of my younger two sons follow his older brother”s footsteps down the path of long snapping.  The only way for me to feel more blessed that you have crossed paths with my son is for you to cross paths and influence two of my sons.” Parent – GA – 2010

“I wanted to follow up and thank you both again for a super weekend.  My son and I had a blast yet again, and every year gets better.  You guys do a great job with your personal instruction as well as having some of the top college players/instructors in the country.  I was happy to give an interview, but wanted to send an email also.As a parent of a 2012 Sophomore, I only wish we had started earlier than we did.  We have been with you guys for almost two years now, and the benefits are beyond the just the great instruction.  Your attention to detail in every aspect of your program make it the best on the country.  The thing my son and I like the most are the personal relationships you have forged with us, through the camps and also through all of the social media like Facebook, Twitter, etc.  Keeping that line of communication going throughout the year makes us feel like we are part of something special.  You do a great job of balancing your product and promoting competition among the kids that keep them excited all year.  If anyone is not following you via Facebook or Twitter, they are truly missing out on one of the best elements of your program.  Thank you for your candidness, objectivity and sincerity in your instruction and communication.  Thank you also for all that you have done to help my son grow as a LS and as a young man.  It is great to have influences like the two of you beyond what we can give them as parents.”Parent – GA – 2010

“We just want to pass along our Thanks for such a great National Event!  Once again, it was run flawlessly.  Our son comes away from these camps with more and more enthusiasm each time.The addition of the “games” on Twitter was a big hit with the snappers….and the parents.  Can”t wait until May!”Parent – SC – 2010

“Rubio — I can not thank you enough for the instruction and confidence that my son has gotten through participating in your camps. We will always be thankful that we were introduced to you and CSK and the exposure that my son received from this relationship. The result is a scholarship to a major division one college!  He could not have done it without you!”Parent – MS – 2010
“I can”t tell you how much I appreciate your help during and as a follow-up to the camp !!Not only are you a very good teacher and motivator, you are also a true gentleman !I know that you have hundreds of “campers” but I wanted to thank you for treating Jackson and me as if we were the “only” ones. This is one of the greatest contributors to the continued success of your business.We are big fans of you personally and professionally.”Parent – AL – 2010

“Man you are fast.  By the time I got home, you had already made the update.  This shows just how professional you & your company are.” Parent – TX – 2010

“Wow, today it has just “sunk” in how much you have done for my son and even for ME! I just want to thank you for all the knowledge and information that I have absorbed while at all your camps, from your website, and emails, etc.” Parent – NC – 2010
“Thank you again for being what you are to my son.  I hope you really get what you do and are for him.  He has flourished,  since starting your program, in more ways than just snapping HARDER Jand that is something that will be part of who he is forever.  Just know I appreciate you a whole bunch!!!!!” Parent – TX – 2010

“Like all parents, I can”t say enough good things about the camp, how it was run, and certainly the expertise you showed (and shared) with the guys.  My son really will be a better player because of the few hours spent yesterday.  I would like share a lot more with you, but like you, time is short.Also, I am tremendously impressed with how fast you updated the camp info on the web.” Parent – TX – 2010
“I can”t tell you how pleased I was with the camp you conducted in Georgia last week.  The drills and instruction you provided are already being utilize by Jackson during his off-season program.”Parent – MS – 2010

“As always, we appreciate what you have created and feel honored to be a part of your success.”Parent – CA – 2010
“Thanks so much for all of your great instruction, it really helped him achieve his goal of continuing his football career at the next level.”Parent – AZ – 2010

“Just so you know, we are very happy that we were fortunate enough to find you.”Parent – SC – 2010
“Third and finally I just wanted to tell you and Chris Sailer. that I appreciate everything you guys have done to help me out in my career.  I had an absolutely awesome time every time I came out to California great guys and people all around. Thanks again for everything you guys have done I can”t tell you how much I appreciate it.”Long Snapper – KS – 2010

“He (we) have learned a lot since our first snapping camp at Alabama last June. I have to give you all the credit for creating a drive in my son. When we left that camp he was determined to be the best snapper he could be. You do a great job of connecting with the guys and have a real gift when it comes to instruction.”Parent – MS – 2010

“As we sit back and reflect on the past year, we are so grateful that we met you and are so appreciative of what you have done for our son. Thank you.”Parent – SC – 2010

“What I really enjoy at your camps, and most noticably at this one, is the comraderie among the competitors.  While they are out to beat each other, they still exhibit wonderful sportsmanship and are very supportive of each other.  And that begins with you.  You can tell each and every one of these kids has the utmost respect for you and the the counselors.  And you guys enthusiastically show the same for them.  A terrific envioronment in which to learn.”Parent – IL – 2010

“Another well run and worth while camp, congratulations.  I can only imagine the planning and organization that goes into putting on an event with those many participants.  You run on time and there is never any chaos.  Both you and Sailer should be quite pleased with the business you have developed. It is great to see the camaraderie that has developed among the snappers in his class and with your student instructors.”Parent – CA – 2010

“Enjoyed your event, as always, first rate!” Parent – AZ – 2010

“I”ve been keeping up with the EVENT all weekend through the website. You guys have done a phenomenal job, especially with communication. Thanks for all the updates.I am impressed how up to the minute everything was.Great stuff. Honestly, I believe your camp has done more for building his confidence and motivating him than any other camp or event I can think of.  Now, he truly believes his goals are attainable. He”s got his mind set on doing what it takes to play football at the next level.  Thanks so much” Parent – TX – 2010

“Thanks for a great and rewarding weekend in Las Vegas!  This was by far the best organized and quality two day experience my son has had learning the proper techniques for deep and PAT/FG snaps.  As a Dad it is very gratifying seeing my son continue to grow in ability and confidence as a result of your teaching techniques.  The other wonderful experience is getting to meet other Dads (and Moms) and to follow the growth and development of their sons.  We are looking forward to your next camp(s) and are excited about the 2010 football season when my son can continue to fine tune his skills on the field with the Varsity team!”Parent – NC – 2010

“Thanks J again for all you have done for him.  I really wanted to be able to tell you that in person but it didn’t work out so I hope you know that I sincerely appreciate you and what you have done for our son in SO many ways.  He and I both think you are amazing.”Parent – TX – 2010

“This event was SOOO well organized!  Thanks again!!  I”m still on Cloud 9 from it all!”Parent – NC – 2010

“Rubio thanks once again for an awesome camp as usual. My son seems so comfortable being around all of you guys. He has made some long time friends as well. Thank you”Parent – 2010 – AZ

“Congrats on an A+ camp…. Fabulous job….wonderful camp” Long Snapper – 2010 – TN

“Thanks for all that you did. WONDERFUL CAMP. Look forward to seeing you again”Long Snapper – 2010 – GA

“I would like to thank CSK and Chris Rubio in particular for their professionalism, work ethic and support for the last 4 years. My son first started working with Rubio in the 8th grade. My daughter played travel ball softball, earning a D-1 scholarship and I am currently on a D-1 football staff so I can speak intelligently regarding youth camps/combines and the various promises made by those running the camps. CSK and LS are in a league of their own. As I said, I’ve seen and listened to dozens of coaches in two sports as my kids attended their camps and nobody comes close to the level of professionalism of CSK and LS. Both Rubio and Sailer are extremely knowledgeable in their fields and are excellent coaches.One of their best qualities is they are honest and upfront with their assessments and brutally honest in their reviews of the kids efforts. They do not promise anyone anything but exposure from their time with CSK but are the most well connected group of youth coaches I’ve ever seen. Their camps and lessons are always extremely well run/organized and on time. This is no easy feat considering their last combine had over XXX attendees. Their camps are always productive and competitive and light years away from the typical t-shirt/picture and handshake of so many skills camps.Their reputation with collegiate coaches is second to none and that is because of the quality athletes they deliver. This goes back to their practice of being honest in their evaluations and not simply taking your money. I’ve witnessed Rubio on several occasions tell a young man exactly what he thinks of his efforts and abilities and whether or not he can compete at the next level.I would encourage any parent who wants to support their son in kicking/longsnapping to contact CSK. They are both excellent coaches who will give your son an outstanding education in either field and will work tirelessly in an effort to promote those that have the ability to compete at the collegiate level. If anyone has any questions they can contact Rubio and he’ll put you in touch with me.”Parent – 2009 – CA

Hey Rubio….. I absolutely LOVE the twitter thing. I have been getting the updates via phone and my son has too.This is one of the best things for our kids. Your daily motivational quotes, updates on what others are doing, and the successes of others are great. It helps to keep the boy”s minds on their goals. Thanks soooooo much!Parent – NC – 2009

“Coach Rubio,
Thanks for the detailed feedback. I”ve been to a lot of camps for all my sports since I was little, including all my positions in football, but I honestly have to say, your camp in Charlotte was the most technically informative, thorough, and fun in the shortest amount of time. I think we got a lot accomplished, and I know I learned a lot. (I”ve been practicing and doing the drills already so I can move up the ranks in Las Vegas.) Your response time to my questions and the quality of your feedback is unbelievable. I really appreciate it and am hopeful that it (along with the hard work I”ll put in to improve) will help land me in a good place for college. You have a great coaching style, too. You definitely don”t hold back, but you deliver your message in the most constructive and motivating way. I”ve had a lot of coaches, and not many can do that.” Long Snapper – 2009 – NC

“I appreciate all that you’ve done with my boys. They have tremendous respect for you as an individual and really take what you have to say to heart.”
Parent – NC – 2009

“Thanks for a great camp in Mooresville. Your instruction has helped my son tremendously.”
Parent – NC – 2009

“Thanks for a great camp. You”re an awesome instructor, and I learned a lot of things I need to correct in my snapping technique! I”ll be working on them over the next few weeks and beyond.”
Long Snapper – VA – 2009

“Good being with you in Charlotte. Thanks for putting strokes into my son, but also into my younger two sons as well. They enjoyed it, were inspired…I appreciate the shots of attention…you know how huge it is for young men to be validated by the warriors. I know that you know that…and thanks.”
Parent – NC – 2009

“I can”t thank you enough for everything you”ve taught me I am truely excited about everything”
Long Snapper – LA – 2009

“I really can”t express my gratitude for what this is doing for not only him but all other 5 siblings. They are all believeing that you can achieve anything. Your programs have been VERY significant in this great schedule and involvement that we as a family take part in togeather everyday. Our 11 year old Daughter works right along side all the boys, but she wants a less important role on the team, she wants to be the QB. Thanks again for your help.”
Parent – ID – 2009

“Hi!I just want to thank you for the great experience our son had at your camp in Dallas. He learned a bunch and felt like he gained a great experience from attending. We hope to catch up with you at another camp this summer or in the fall.Again, thanks for your time and expertise. It was a great experience and he hopes to keep improving!!
Parent – PA – 2009

“Hi Rubio,I wanted to thank you for yet another extremely well run Camp in Dallas on Sunday. You have an awesome way of remembering each boy”s name and knowing exactly what you tell or say to them and using it to enrich the video sessions, that is very impressive. The video sessions are great because the boys can hear what you have to say about each participant and use it for their own good. The recruiting session you did this time was spot on information that not only the boys need to hear but very good for parents like me where this is the first time sending a child off to college.
Thank you for your honest critique on my son. He gets so much out of your camps, from getting back to the basic fundementals of Snapping to knowing exactly what he needs to work on and how to do it ~ and…he always leaves with more confidence.
Also thanks so much for sitting with us at lunch, my son really enjoyed that a lot. I really meant it when I said that we are glad that we found you.
I was going to add that the way you run your organization is top notch and the way you relate to the boys makes them feel like they have an instant friend that is truly interested in doing something positive for them. That is so important at this time in their lives. So just know you are appreciated for all you do for my son. We look forward to Vegas next month and California in July and hopefully a time or two in between.”
Parent – TX – 2009

“You have taught him so much about Long Snapping but most importantly you taught him to have fun doing it and to be proud of what you do. ”
Parent – GA – 2009

“We just wanted to say “thanks” for everything, so far. In the past couple of weeks our son has received communications from several top universities, with your name attached to both, as a reference. This is truly a big deal! You can”t imagine the look on our son”s face, opening the envelopes. So, from the bottom of our hearts, “thanks”!

We”ll see you in Vegas, in about a month.
Parent – IN – 2009

Thanks, again, for EVERYTHING. “I am EXTREMELY grateful are an important part of my son”s life, a mentor/friend/great coach…you have no idea” Parent – CA – 2009
“Thanks for all of your help over the years, he would not even have the chance if not for you.”
Parent – MS – 2009

“none of it would have possible without you and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts”
Parent – CA – 2009

“I just committed and I really appreciate your help. Through my long snapping and my high school career, I dont know how I could have done it without your help. Really shows how great of a special teams service you guys really are. Thank you for all of your help.”
Long Snapper – MD – 2009

“hey rubio just wanted to write and tell you i appreciated the opertunity in 07 to attend your camp. i learned so many new techniques and i appreciate everything. I signed a scholarship with old dominion university and i wanted to tell you i felt your camp helped me and had alo to do with me signing thank you from me and my parents”
Long Snapper – CA – 2009

“Just wanted to thank you for the help you offered to my son with his long snapping during your recent clinic in So Cal.We took the pointers you offered from my son”sfilm analysis and he has been working hard with regular practice to really improve his weaknesses.He has already been offered a walk on spot at a Division 2 college and is being actively recruited by two of the top junior colleges in Northern California.That”s why I”m writing now, he went for a workout yesterday at one of the Junior Colleges and the Special Teams coach challenged him to a long snapping test right on the spot with several players on the team watching.He had my son do 5 snaps from the goal line with a target of hitting the goal post (12 yards) — he then had him do 5 snaps from the PAT hold line (15 yards).My son hit the goal post (NO PAD AROUND IT–just the 8 inch stem pipe) 4 out of 5 times on BOTH TESTS — and just missed on the other two. While they weren”t timed, when they hit the goal post it rang like a bell and the players watching were like “whoa–we got a long snapper!” So I took that as a good sign.The Coach was impressed and indicated to my son he would have an excellent chance to start as a Freshman if he goes to this school.I really give you a lot of credit for buidling Daniel”s confidence and inspir ing him to take his work ethic to another level which allowed him to produce these “results under pressure”He still has work to do to get to his goals, but he has come a long way since your clinic and I just wanted to thank you for all you do for guys like my son.”
Parent – CA – 2009

“Congratulations to you for all the recent national attention you have garnered for Long Snapping. It is impossible to fully explain to you how fortunate we feel to have put our son under your guidance so early in his Long Snapping career. We could not have picked a better coach.”
Parent – NC – 2009

“Just a quick note to let you know that our son has accepted a package to play at Assumption College in Worcester MA. We are very excited and can”t thank you enough for all you have done. Thanks again and good luck in the future.”
Parent – MA – 2009

“I HAVE BEEN A BASEBALL COACH MY ENTIRE ADULT LIFE , D-1, JC, HS, AND INTERNATIONALLY, YOUTH SPORTS…RUBIO & SAILER ARE THE ABSOLUTE BEST IN TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE OF THEIR SPECIALTIES, TEACHING, FORGING LASTING RELATIONSHIPS AND TRUST WITH THEIR STUDENTS, PLACING PLAYERS IN COLLEGES, AND ALL THE WHILE EDUCATING AND DEALING WITH COLLEFE COACHES/ PARENTS/STUDENTS. RUBIO HAS BECOME A HUGE MENTOR IN MY SON”S
LIFE….”.
Parent – CA – 2009

“Once again words don”t express how thankfull Anne & I are to you and your coaching. He wouldn”t be here without your insight and help.”
Parent – WA – 2009

Less than 3 1/2 years ago, my son and I met you at a park in Newport Beach for our first lesson.
Today, my wife and I stood by as my son signed a College Scholarship Letter of Intent to play Division 1 football, a long time dream of his.
Thank you for the many lessons, camp, competitions and words of encouragement. Packaged together, they took my son to the pinnacle of high school long snapping.
My son will still need you as he says he will be working harder the next four years to reach his ultimate goal of snapping in the NFL.
Thanks again for all the visible and behind the scene work you did for my son and the rest of the Class of 2009.
Parent – CA – 2009

“Just a quick note say how much I was impressed by how your camp in Las Vegas was run. It was extremely organized. The skills were broken down and taught in a progression. I observed each player to receive some “one on one” time from your instructors and yourself. I do believe you knew every players name, I don’t know how but you did! Your passion for this unique but vital part of football was clearly evident and it was infectious with the players. I am a high school and club rep coach and I recognize a good practice when I see one.
My son enjoyed the experience thoroughly; he learned a great deal and is motivated to improve. He was very excited to see his results that you posted so quickly and he sees his potential and how it can be realized with hard work and commitment. What more could a coach and a father ask for from a skills camp?
We will be back next year for sure!” Parent – CANADA – 2009
Rubio, first I forgot to tell you what a great camp Chris and you ran.
It was incredibly well organized and everything ran on time and smoothly. You and your team did a fantastic job. Congratulations. He really looks up to you. You have inspired him to work really hard to be a better long snapper.
Parent – PA – 2009

“Congratulations on a great camp! My son is already looking forward to the May event. Regardless of what happens with his football career, you and your program are helping my son become an even better person and student than he already was. I am sure that years from now he will look back and consider you to be one of the more influential and important people that helped shape and influence the person he becomes in his adult life.”
Parent – CA – 2009

“Wanted to say thank you for a well run and worth while event this weekend. ”
Parent – CA – 2009

“Thank you for the encouragement my son came home with, he came home mad (that”s motivated man). He felt like he was better than he showed and he felt like he should have made the top 12 finale. So Monday here he comes in the room with his new “goal sheet” to get ready for the next camp and go against the best of the best. Knowing his mind set and the fact he puts all his goals on paper and reads them everyday he”ll be ready.
He had a great time and had the opportunity to meet some other great kids from around the country. Be ready for e-mails! Thank you again for all your hard work with all the young men. Not just football, but their preperation in the game of life. See you at LSU if not before”
Parent – LA – 2009

“My son and I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the great National Snapping Event in Las Vegas this past weekend.I feel it was very informative for my son, and you and your staff were fantastic to work with.We look forward to seeing you again in May, if not sooner.Thanks again for all you do for my son.” Parent – AZ – 2009
“First of all I need to thank you and congratulate you and your staff on this years camp. It seems to get bigger and better every year. Thanks for all you and your staff do, its a great program. Keep on doing what you all do, it is working.”
Parent – AZ – 2009

“Thanks Rubio for all of your help, it”s made a big difference”
Parent – HI – 2009

“I want to say we had a fantastic experience at the Vegas camp this past weekend and we look forward to more with you”
Parent – CA – 2009

“Wanted to say that the camp was GREAT!. Some great instruction from top name college players and great competition. My son met and made some new friends from around the country and learned a great deal from the college guys. It is nice that you have them come work with the high school guys as it allows them to see where they need to be for the next level. Looking forward to May and next Jan!”
Parent – GA – 2009

“Keep up the awesome work. You guys are THE BEST.”
Parent – TX – 2009

“Just a quick note to say thanks for a great camp. With 5 kids at home, we tend to be big on orginization & not wasting time or effort. I was over joyed at the way this camp was run. The kids were not idle for more than a few seconds if at all. For our first foray into the snapping world, this will not be our last. Our son only started snapping mid-way into the season & with wrestling going on now, has had minimal time to practice. he came away from Vegas with new desire & drive (& a healthy dose of humility) to work on his craft. also I wanted to give you a bit of info for his profile when you get to them. Thanks for getting the results up so soon ! ”
Parent – CA – 2009

“Okay…this is why we love you so…..you tell it like it is and you
really can relate to these kids! Love it! THANKS Rubio!”
Parent – NC – 2009

“I really enjoyed the parent session/college recruiting tips session. That was extremely helpful to me. Thanks again for such a great weekend. ”

Rubio, Six camps, about 15, 042 miles and more then 30 highlight films later we”ve finally done it. I”m going to college in the big time. I say WE”VE done it because I would not have been able to et thisf ar without your help. Since my first camp sophomore year I was amazed at the wealth of knowledge you have about snapping. I can truthfully say I am lucky to have been able to learn from someone of your caliber. You have probably forgotten in all of your years of experience than I could ever hope to learn. You are more than I could have ever asked for ina snapping coach and a friend. You have helped make me who I am and and you are the reason I can play at such a top quality school. I can”t thank you enough for everything you have done to help me along the way. – LONG SNAPPER, 2009, IL
“I wanted to let ya”ll know that even though i only attended the long snapping camp one year that, i learned more with ya”ll camp than i ever did throughout my whole career as a snapper” – LONG SNAPPER, 2009, LA

Coach Rubio,
I have to tell you how much fun I had at the camp on 10/11. This was the first camp I attended with my son and husband and I must tell you I had a lot of fun. My husband has told me how much you care about all of the boy”s and after seeing it first hand I must tell you I”m impressed. I enjoyed every aspect of the day and by days end I felt connected with both you and all of the other parents. I”m so impressed by the “family atmosphere” and the fact that the parents from all over the Midwest and beyond, all seem to become friends.
I can”t thank you enough for all of your help and guidance. My son really looks up to you, and I think you are a great role model. My son has become much more confident in his skills and I love being the long snappers Mom. I just want to say thank you again, you have had a major role in our sons success. – PARENT, 2009, IL
Rubio, Thanks for all you do for the position and the sport! My son and I wish we would have hooked up with you much earlier. – PARENT, 2009, IL

I want to thank you for yesterday”s camp for my son.  He walked away with a lot more confidence and in knowledge in his snapping. – PARENT, 2009, IN

Chris Rubio: Hope all is going well with you and your family,looks like thing are going well with your business. Just wanted to let you know (with out our son”s knowledge) whats going on with him he graduated in May 09 and is enrolled in grad school playing his fifth year.So far so good he”s getting a good deal of interest from pro scouts (just not any Texas teams ha ha) I wanted to let you know how much we appreciated the things you have done to help him in his endeavors at long snapping you have had a lot more of a impact than you”ll ever know believe me I see things you showed and taught some yrs ago being used every day in his routine. I think this is a list of the scouts that have cone to at least one practice to see our son since the beginning of the season. Carolina ,San Francisco,New Orleans,St.Louis,Indianapolis,New England,Minnesota,Washington PS.  This is not about Justin its about YOU! PARENT, TX, 2009

I will say am very impressed with the quick response. I emailed two of your competitors last week ands still havent heard from any of them. Well, Idont need to look anywhere else for my sons long snapping!
Parent, ID, 2009

“Chris , i can”t begin to put into words the positive impact you have had on my son”s life the past 4 years, and we are both very grateful for it ”
Parent, CA, 2009

“THANKS FOR A RUNNING SUCH A GREAT CAMP IN VEGAS AND FOR THE EXPOSURE THAT CHRIS SAILER KICKING HAS GIVEN ME THIS YEAR! THANKS FOR HELPING ME GET TO THE D-1 LEVEL.
Long Snapper – MS – 2008
“Hey Chris,
Just wanted to give you an FYI. This weekend my son went to a Passing/Linebacking camp sponsored by __________ at UNLV. What a joke. Registration was a nightmare and half the scheduled events never took place. CSK could teach these guys a lot. Keep up the good work.”
Parent – CA – 2008

“Finally a little ink for an often overlooked position. 🙂  Wouldn”t have happend without your help and coaching. So from a very proud dad, thank you….thank you for your commitment and passion to the game and to helping
kids get better.  Looking forward to April!  See you then.”
Parent – WA – 2008

“We wanted to send you a message and let you know how much our son enjoyed the Nike Long Snapping Event that he recently attended.  This was the first event he had ever attended so we didn”t really know what to expect.  He was extremely pleased with the instruction and instructors.  It was obvious as parents, that you and the other instructors really care about helping the players improve.  It is amazing how much our son picked up during the course of the weekend.”
Parent – GA – 2008

“I would like to take the opportunity to thank you for what you do.  I know that this is your business, but I feel that it is more than that to you.  You really care about these kids.  You are very honest with them, but also know the right things to say.  This has been the best program that DJ has been to.”
Parent – VA – 2008

Great job in Vegas!!! It was awesome to experience the event first hand and see you and your team work with the athletes and interact with the college coaches. Very impressive!!!
Parent – CA – 2008

“We wanted to thank you for putting on such a well organized, well taught camp in Las Vegas.  Sean learned a lot, and the demo by the staff at the end was inspiring.”
Parent – WA – 2008

“I want to thank you for the great camp you and all the staff put on.  The camp was really first class.”
Parent – OH – 2008

“Chris, thanks so much for putting on the event in Las Vegas.  Michael and I had a great time.  It was run professionally and I think all of the boys got a lot out of it.  I know Michael did.  As you know, Michael is top rated with other camps and have been to a bunch of their camps.  They are good, but Michael and I both agree that you are great!  A great teacher and the boys have fun while they learn from you.  You should be proud of what you and Chris Sailer have built.  We will definitely stay with you and your camps. Again, thanks for all you do.  Michael and I agree that you are super and we appreciate your honesty and your sincere concern for all of these snapper prospects to be the best they can be.
Parent – GA – 2008

“Thank you for everything you have done for Ryan in the past year.  He really enjoyed your camps and I wished we would have started with you sooner.”
Parent – FL – 2008

“Thanks for the instruction and professionalism that you and your staff provided at the 6th Annual Event.  I can say beyond any doubt that my son Adam is a vastly improved long snapper for having attended.  He now knows where he compares with his piers and more importantly has been provided the tools to improve.  I have read the reviews yet I was and still continue to be amazed at how well the camp was run and at the amount of training that you were able to accomplish in such a short time.  The huge turnout of college coaches on Sunday afternoon was testament to the respect that you and Chris Sailer have earned among them.  I have no doubt that you will continue to attract and cultivate the best snappers and kickers in the country.”
Parent – VA – 2008

“I can”t say enough about the event, it was so well organized compared to some camps that we have attended at colleges.”
Parent – OK – 2008

“Rubio, Thanks to you for the exposure that your camp has given me. I am beginning to get some attention from D-1 Coaches now thanks to Chris Rubio and Chris Sailer Kicking.”
Long Snapper – MS – 208

“I just wanted to thank Rubio for the exposure that he has brought to my son! My son played on a 4A state championship team ( 14-0 nevada) and did not get any intrest from any colleges out of high school. Two years after he graduated high school he met Chris Rubio by luck. Within a week of meeting Rubio he had been contacted by apx. 20 colleges. I want to be first in line to tell both Rubio & Sailer what a great service they are doing for our kids. Although my son had never been to one of Rubio”s camps, Rubio was willing to do this for him. The Las Vegas camp was only his second camp with Rubio, but he has improved greatly with Rubio”s instruction. Once again thank you Chris Rubio!!!!”

“Thanks again for a great camp and the individual attention you give to all the guys.”
Parent – North Carolina – 2008

“CSK/Rubio is without peer when it comes to exposing a kicker/punter/LS to college ST coaches. There is no equal, period. Just look again at their alumni throughout the college and pro ranks; no other organization can compare.
My son first came to a CSK/Rubio camp in our local area. He was not known, nor was there an expectation on my part that he would automatically be in a “top” group. In fact, he did OK, but did not necessarily separate himself from the pack. He took Rubio”s instruction/critique and worked hard to improve. He next went to the May Vegas camp and did quite well. Not because of the money I paid, rather because he worked his tail off; specifically working on what Rubio told him he needed to improve on. He did well enough in Vegas to be invited to the LA camp. Each camp he attended, he made significant improvement. He went in with the mindset of what can I do to get better; listened to Rubio, then committed himself to improvement. The only guarantee Rubio ever gave my son was that if he would listen to his instruction and fully dedicate himself to work-on the things that he told him to work on; he would improve. That”s exactly what has happened and my son had an outstanding 07 football season. As a direct result of Chris Rubio; his fantastic instruction and his incredible credibility within the collegiate ST coaching ranks, my son now has an opportunity to continue his football career playing college ball. Talent isn”t enough in this day and age; dedication, commitment and lots of sweat equity will basically get you to home plate…along with all the others. Rubio is the differentiator. We are thankful for the opportunity to learn and the exposure that was provided through CSK/Rubio”s proven credibility.
I  would strongly advise any parent, who has a son who wants to improve his skills to become the very best he can be attend as many of these camps that they can possibly afford”
“Las Vegas was great for Josh, he got a good look at what it will take to get to the next level. Congratulations on the turn out and for putting on a fabulous and well organized event!”
Parent – TX – 2008

“Like I said a year or so ago, Its so much fun watching your business grow and become the 800 pound gorillas in the industry.”
Parent – CA – 2008

“I am writing to thank you for all of your assistance w/ my son. You showed him the proper mechanics of snapping and blocking.  I thank you for all of your good work. Keep it up!!! It is nice to see that you have not only have given back to long snapping……. you have made it better!!! Great Job!!!!…
Parent – TX – 2008

Las Vegas was great for Josh, he got a good look at what it will take to get to the next level. Congratulations on the turn out and for putting on a fabulous and well organized event!”
Parent – CA – 2008

“I had a great experience over the weekend and thanks for the opportunity in the 3rd group. I learned a lot and feel myself developing as a snapper. I loved the competitiveness in that final lesson. I never thought a group of snappers could love competition as much as any other position player. There was a lot of talent this weekend and it was a great experience. Thank you….”
2009 Long Snapper, CA
Parent – AZ – 2008

“I am writing this e-mail to thank you soo much for the event in Vegas and giving me the opportunity to come up there. I have to admit I was nervous about meeting you and the counselors but all of you were so welcoming, kind, and very helpful and it was awesome to finally meet you in person. I learned a lot at the event as you and the counselors walked around helping each and every one of us with the drills. ”
Long Snapper – CA – 2008

“Thank you for your time, effort and professionalism.  CSK is truly in a league of its own!”
Parent – FL – 2008

“You do a great job of evaluating talent and help the boys achieve there goals and what you have done for both my boys I will always thank you. ”
Parent – TX – 2008

“My name is Carl Winckler and I coach at Western Branch High in Chesapeake, Va.  DJ Skinner plays for us and I would like to say how much I enjoyed accompanying him to your camp in Las Vegas.  It was an AWESOME experience!!!  DJ thinks the world of you and learns something from you each time he attends.  He can”t stop talking about how he admires you.  Thank you for making a difference in his life.   You have established a goal for him to strive for. Once again thank you for all that you do for DJ.  Your expertise makes our team even better.”
High School Coach, VA. 2008

“Chris first of all I would like to thank you for the camp it really helped me I haven”t really had a coach and so this has helped tremendously.”
Long Snapper – CA – 2008

“None of the people I have met so far have the knowledge, experience, or teaching capability that you do. Aaron never would have gotten this far without your help, and he will never get any better unless you continue to teach him. Thanks for everything you do for us”
Parent of a D1 Long Snapper, CA 2007

“It all started at your great camps.”
Parent of a D1 Long Snapper, NV 2007

Thank you for helping me get to where I am at now. Without your help SJSU wouldn”t of even thought about giving me an opportunity.”
D1 Long Snapper, CA 2007

“This just came out today and I thought you might like to know since you share in this as well.  Zach was selected First Team All Southwest Junior College Football Conference (SWJCFC) Long Snapper by the conference coaches.  He’s worked hard for this honor and you’ve played a major role in this accomplishment.  Not only have you taught him well, you’ve inspired him to keep getting better. ”
Parent of JC and soon to be D1 Long Snapper, TX 2007

“Thanks Chris – you”re a great mentor for Tyler and we appreciate it.”
Parent of a D1 Long Snapper, CA 2007

“You are really giving kids an opportunity to improve their lives by giving them an education that some of them could never afford. They will never forget that and alway have a special place for you in their hearts.”
Parent of a HS Long Snapper, CA 2007

Affter attending your camp he came back with a renewed enthusiasm for football.  This is the first time he has not started for the team he plays on(size at V level is a problem!) and was thinking about not playing on the varsity this year.  He has found a home long snapping and so far after 4 games has managed about 16 snaps all without issues!!! Thanks for your camp and Matt”s renewed enthusiasm.
Parent of a HS Long Snapper, IL 2007

Chris,
Your boy, Matthew, did extremely well in the past three games as well as in the upset victory over Iowa. he is getting off the snap like a rocket, sprinting down field in a sub five forty and disrupting some return teams. You have done an Phenomenol job with him and I will be forever thankful for you in my son”s life. He has total confidence in you. He is facing some difficult comments by a special teams coach with inferiority complexes but because of your strength and belief in him, he has risen above. You can be extremely proud of the job you have done and I thank you for all the effort above and beyond. There will always be a place in my family and our hearts for you.
God bless you
A very proud father,
Parent of a D1 Long Snapper, Iowa, 2007

Thanks man you had so much to do with his success. We appreciate all you have done and continue to be there for him. He talks a lot about you and has you in his mind when under pressure. Thanks again…dr”
-Parent of a D1 Long Snapper, Arkansas 2007

“Joe worked real hard but without your camps and coaching his dream would have been just that!”
Parent of a D1 Long Snapper, FL 2007

“I just wanted to tell you how much Ty & I enjoyed the Top 12 camp. We both felt it was an intensive 3 days of work. Having the opportunity to compete against that caliber of snappers, along with the fundamental drills you taught should take everyone of those young men to a higher level of snapping.
In addition to the improvements Ty has made while attending your camps, he and I have always came away with at least one drill to add to our workout routine. This has helped Ty improve his snap times, accuracy and footwork.
Thanks for your devotion and promotion of long snapping.”
-Parent of a HS senior, Atlanta,GA 2007

“Thank you for helping me develop into a better snapper, you and the chris sailer kicking website played a big part in exposing me and giving me plenty of oppurtunities to continue playing football in college.”
-Division 1 Long Snapper, Florida, 2007

“Thank you again for helping him to become a better long snapper and especially for the pub.  Your program is outstanding, I only wish we had known about you earlier.”
-Parent of JC Long Snaper, 2007

“I would like to personally thank for you for the private instruction that you gave Chase in the summer of 2006 at the University of Hawaii. I can say without a doubt, that Chase attending your instructional event was THE TURNING POINT for him as far as getting him to the next level and for the constant motivation that he has acquired. Chase and I often review the video that we took ofyour instruction and I am still impressed with your teaching skills and format. You are responsible for putting Chase in a position to continue to play the game that he loves and to continue his education. Again Chris, thank you for things you have done for Chase, it is truly amazing at how a weekend can change a lifetime and this has been evident in Chase”s case. ”
-Parent of a High School Senior, HI 2007

“On behalf of Nolan and our family, we are honored to speak on behalf of Chris Rubio and Chris Sailer and what they have done for our son.  Nolan came to Chris Sailer Kicking early in his sophomore year and immediately connected with Chris Rubio and the long snapping program.  As parents we were unsure of where this would lead but along with Nolan made a serious commitment to long snapping.  Fast forward to 2007 and Nolan has just committed to play for a major university on FULL SCHOLARSHIP.  If it weren’t for Chris Rubio and his techniques, expertise, instruction, reputation and dedication to the art of long snapping Nolan would not be playing for a division 1 football program.  Chris is more than just a long snapping instructor he’s a master at it.  Just take a look at the list of past and present recruits and you’ll see the success of his program.  It’s with deep appreciation and gratitude we have for Chris Sailer Kicking that we say THANK YOU.  We hope to make you proud for years to come!”
-Parent of a High School Senior, CA 2007

“Chris:
What can I possibly say? Thanks for:
– Making every snapper feel like they are most important to you.
– Running a true world-class event (and making it look easy to do).
– Going above and beyond expectations.
– Infusing the guys with your passion.
– Going 100 percent, 100 percent of the time.”
Parent of a High School Senior, NC 2007

“This by far is the best events my son as ever participated in.”
Parent of a High School Junior, KS 2007

“I just wanted to personaly thank you for all your help at the camp in vegas. I cant wait for the camp in May and i will work hard until then. Thanks again for all the tips, I learned ton and had alot of fun at the camp. Thanks again for everything!”
High School Junior, New Mexico 2007

“Just wanted to drop you a line and congratulate you and Sailer on a first class camp. Your organization and instruction was commendable. Jake learned a lot and is now challenged to become a D1 snapper. That you for challenging my son and showing him what goes into making a true long snapper. I would whole heartedly recommend your camp to any long snapper wishing to improve themselves.”
Parent of a High School Sophomore, IL 2007

“Thanks for putting on an outstanding camp experience this weekend. From a parent”s perspective, it was impressive to see how well your students have done, but also to see their quality as role models. We”re very glad to be part of your program.”
Parent of a High School Freshman, CO 2007

“Rubio, I would like to thank you for all of your efforts in putting on the Las
Vegas event. I was totally impressed with the quality of the instruction and the instructors. The exposure to college coaches these boys are getting is impressive. I appreciate the one on one attention you have given my son Michael. I have seen a dramatic improvement in his ability and his desire that I directly attribute to your encouragement. Again, thank you!”
Parent of a High School Junior, AR 2007

“I am not much for words, but you two guys operation is waht I consider as professionalism from top to bottom. The camp you provide and run is excellent. I wish we would had known of you guys a couple of years ago.”
Parent of a High School Senior, TX 2006

“It has been a surreal experience for me to watch him perform at this level, especially being an alumn of the school. The camps and work that you have personally provided to him has been invaluable in his achievement.  I am sure he will continue to work with you in the summer camp and whenever possible.  I cannot thank you enough. ”
Parent of a D1 Snapper, KS 2006

“Thanks for everything you have done to support Corey during the entire recruiting process. You never made a promise you did not keep, or a committment you did not follow through on.”
Parent of a High School Senior, CO 2006

“Chris Rubio, of Chris Sailer Kicking, is simply the best long snapping instructor in the world. He is a gifted instructor; an expert in the technique, art, and science of long snapping; and the number 1 resource the nation”s top football programs look to when they need to find long snapping talent. His track record of developing long snappers for the collegiate level is unparalleled. The value received from attending Chris Sailer Kicking & Long Snapping Camps far exceeds anything we could have hoped for.”
Parent of a D1 Snapper, TX 2006

“I highly recommend the Chris Sailer National Long Snapping Competition. Long Snapping Instructor, Chris Rubio, is a role model for athletes because of his talent, motivation, and encouraging manner. As a Long Snapper, my son”s skills greatly improved from attending this competition and, as a result, he earned a full athletic scholarship to an outstanding Division 1 College.”
Parent of a D1 Snapper, CA 2006

“You are by far the most knowledgeable person when it comes to long snapping we have meet.”
Parent of a D2 Snapper, Florida 2005

“I have never been to a combine, camp or competition as well run as the one that you and Chris Sailer put on. It ran on time, followed the schedule, and delivered what was promised better than any event that my son has participated in or that I have gone to in my role in the media and following college football recruiting. I was wondering about the promise of coaches attending the finals, but I have to admit that I haven”t seen that many Division I, I-AA, II, III, and JC coaches in one place other than the AFCA Convention.”
Parent of a D1 Snapper, Oklahoma 2005

“I really wanted to just say thanks for all of your help. My son would not be close to where he is today without you. You are a great teacher, coach and mentor. Rarely does my son look forward to a workout; he does with you, because it is you. Thanks again.”
Parent of a D1 Snapper, California 2005

“Your attention to detail along with the genuine care shown toward the kids has set you apart from the rest. As parents we sometimes worry about the people that come into the life of our kids that have influence, such as teachers, coaches, etc. We pray that some of them will have a positive influence. I”m proud to say that Scotty has met you and that you are part of that circle of influence. Your passion for helping the boys was evidenced by you and your staff”s willingness to teach, instruct, and coach the group throughout the weekend.”
Parent of a High School Snapper, Louisville 2005

“My son has been to other football and baseball camps and we both thought that your camp was the best he has been to. Other snapping camps he has gone to have not been as helpful and the staff not nearly as knowledgeable as yours was last weekend.”
Parent of a High School Snapper, Texas 2005

“Chris, words cannot describe my gratitude. You have played a very major role in Ed”s success. Without your training and guidance we wouldn”t even be talking football beyond the high school level. You have helped hone his skill to D-1 level.”
Parent of a D1 Snapper, Ca. 2004

“I just wanted to write to you to tell you and your staff thank you so much for the camp you put on last weekend. You guys did an excellent job with coaching and teaching everyone the in and outs of snapping.”
Long Snapper, Kentucky 2004
“Congratulations to both you and Chris Sailer on a job well done at the Las Vegas Kicking/Snapping Competition. The event was well staffed, ran smoothly and was very organized. There was very little down time so the participants kept warm and on-track. The talent was excellent and from all parts of the US and the number of coaches in attendance was impressive.”
Parent of a D1 Snapper, California 2004

“My son is an invited walk-on to one of the most prestigious football programs in the nation thanks to your program. I can”t say enough good things about the long snapping instruction, and exposure that your camps and competition offer. Thanks for all you do to help get these kids exposure that they would otherwise not get. Your program is invaluable to long snappers wanting to go to the next level.”
Parent of a D1 Snapper, Texas 2004

“In a relatively short amount of time Chris Rubio has become the # 1 authority on coaching and evaluating long snappers throughout the country. When a coach wants a long snapper, they know to go through Chris Sailer Kicking and contact Chris Rubio. I would highly recommend to any long snapper wanting to be seen by college coaches to attend the National Kicking Combine in May and the National Kicking Competition in January.”
– Special Teams Coach. D1A 2004

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The List of Rubio Long Snappers (Continuously Updated)

Here is a list of colleges and universities that either currently have, or have had, a Long Snapper that has gone through Rubio Long Snapping: Abilene Christian, Adams St, Air Force, Akron, Alabama, Alabama A&M, Alabama Birmingham, Alcorn St, Appalachian St, Arizona, Arizona St, Arkansas, Arkansas St.,  Army, Assumption, Auburn, Augustana College, Aurora,  Austin College, Austin Peay, Ave Maria, Ball St., Baylor, Benedictine, Berry College, Boise St, Boston College, Bowling Green, Bucknall, Buffalo State, BYU, Cal Berkeley, Cal Lutheran, Cal Pennsylvania, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Campbell, Campbellsville, Carroll College, Carthage College, Central Arkansas, Central Connecticut St, Central Florida, Central Michigan, Central Missouri, Central Washington, Chapman, Chowan, Clemson, Colorado, Coastal Carolina, Colorado College, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado St. Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Davidson, Delaware, Delaware St, Delta St, Drake, Duke, Dupage, East Carolina, East Central, Eastern Illinois, Eastern Michigan, Eastern Kentucky, Elon, Emory and Henry, Florida, Florida Atlantic, Florida St, Fort Collins, Franklin, Fresno St, Furman, Gallaudet, Geneva, Georgetown College, Georgia, Georgia Military College, Georgia Southern, Georgia St, Gettysburg, Guilford, Hawaii, Henderson St, Hiram College, Houston, Howard, Humboldt St, Illinois, Illinois St, Illinois Wesleyan, Incarnate Word, Indiana, Indiana St, Indianapolis, Iona, Iowa, Iowa St, Iowa Wesleyan, Jacksonville St, Jamestown College, James Madison University, Kansas, Kansas St, Kansas Wesleyan, Kentucky, Kenyon, Lamar, Liberty, Linfield, Louisiana Lafayette, Louisiana Monroe, LSU, Louisiana Tech, Louisville, Marshall, Maryland, Memphis, Mercer, Mercyhurst, Mesa St, Miami, Miami of Ohio, Michigan, Michigan St, Mid Western St, Middle Tennesse St, Millsaps, Minot, Mississippi St, Missouri Valley, Montana, Morehead St, Morrisville St, Mount Union, Murray State, Navarro, Navy, Nebraska, Nevada Reno, New Mexico, New Mexico St, North Carolina, North Carolina at Charlotte, North Carolina St, North Greenville, North Texas, Northern Arizona, Northern Illinois, Northwestern, Northwestern Oklahoma, Notre Dame, Oauchita Baptist, Occidental, Ohio St, Ohio Wesleyan, Oklahoma, Oklahoma St, Old Dominion, Ole Miss, Olivet Nazarene University, Oregon, Oregon St, Pacific, Penn St., Pikeville, Pitt, Portland St, Prairie View A&M, Presbyterian College, Redlands, Rhode Island, Rice, Richmond, Rhodes College, Rochester, Rocky Mountain College, Rutgers, Sacramento St, Samford, Sam Houston St, San Diego St, San Jose St, Santa Barbara, Sewanee, Shepherd University, Shorter University, Siena Heights, Sir Wilfrid Laurier University, SMU, South Alabama, South Carolina, Southeast Missouri St, Southeastern Louisiana, Southern Mississippi, Southern Nazarene, Southern Utah, Southwest Baptist, Southwestern Oklahoma, St. Southern Virginia University, Norbert College, St. Olaf, Stanford, Stephen F. Austin, Syracuse, Tabor, Tarleton, TCU, Tennessee, Tennessee Chattanooga, University of Guelph (CAN), Temple, Tennessee Tech, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas A&M Commerce, Texas at San Antonio, Texas Tech, Toledo, Trinity, Truman St, Tulsa, UC Davis, UCLA UCONN, UNC Pembroke, University of Mary, UNLV, University of South Florida, Upper Iowa, USC, Utah, Utah St, UTEP, Vanderbilt, Villanova, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, Washington, Washington St, Wesleyan, Western Carolina, Western Illinois, Western Kentucky, Western Michigan, Western New Mexico, Western St, West Virginia, West Virginia St., Wheaton College, Whitworth, Willamette, Wisconsin Lutheran, Wyoming, Yale and Youngstown St.

The following is a list of Long Snappers that Chris Rubio has worked with and assisted getting in and playing college football.

You could be next!

2014

  • Tanner Carew – Oregon
  • Ike Powell – Auburn
  • Wyatt Pfeifer – Western Michigan
  • Joel Baldwin – Mississippi St.
  • Zach Wade – Auburn
  • RC Brunstetter – NC State
  • Hayden Grover – Akron
  • Wyatt Smith – Colorado
  • Alan Lucy – Rutgers
  • Nate Adams – Maryland
  • Davis Winkie – Vanderbilt
  • CJ Keller – Stanford
  • Adam Vaught – Old Dominion
  • Seth Combs – Illinois St
  • Reid Buckingham – Emporia St.
  • Bronson Bruneau – Duke
  • Nate Hawkins – Navy
  • Tommy Sullivan – Air Force
  • Justin Garza – UC Davis
  • Kyle Murphy – North Carolina
  • Colin Duffy – Duke
  • Curtis Billen – Eastern Washington
  • Grant Hilton – UC Davis
  • JC Everett – Air Force
  • Andrew Ashe – NE Community College
  • Bobby Joe Nielsen – Midwestern State University
  • Brent Nicholson – Lamar
  • Chris Wilkerson – Stephen F. Austin
  • Cody Nelson – Northwestern St.
  • Damian Brinson – Louisiana College
  • Reese Randall – Kansas
  • AJ Brown – Kennesaw State
  • RC Brunstetter – NC State
  • Jacob Wasserman – Saint Mary’s University
  • Nathan Lucas – Colorado St.
  • Zach Moore – Southwestern Oklahoma St.
  • Matthew Schmidt – Furman
  • Gray Threadgill – Mississippi College
  • Clay Barton – Army
  • Austin Venable – NC A&T
  • Tripp Camp – East Carolina
  • Andrew Burtenshaw – Idaho St.
  • Jay Fleming – Grand Valley State
  • Thomas Price – Grove City College
  • Jacob Allen – Miles College
  • Sam Wilson – Quincy
  • Alex Boatman – Idaho
  • Zane Weekman – Campbell
  • James Ring – Macalester College
  • Chandler Rogers – University of San Diego
  • Warren Wynn – Georgetown
  • Jeremy Fischer – Chowan
  • Will-Parker Carter – Georgetown
  • Parker Subia – Kenyon College
  • Trevor Glover – Murray State
  • Mitch Hardy – Arkansas St
  • Connor Kelsey – Oregon St.
  • Bo Smith – Humboldt St.
  • Sam York – Ohio St.
  • Ethan Smith – Carroll College
  • Colton Oliver – East Carolina
  • Clayton Jackson – Kansas St.
  • Aaron Golub – Tulane
  • Jordan Frese – Texas A&M
  • Jake Davis – North Texas
  • Austin Alfaro – Trinity Valley College
  • Joe Lang – Washington St
  • Casey Wilson – Tennessee
  • Will Henrichs – Olivet Nazarene University
  • Andrew Robinson – Michigan
  • Zach Tolle – West Virginia State
  • Martin Diaz – Western Michigan
  • Niko Walsh – Temple
  • Austin Alfaro – Trinity Valley College
  • Jeremy Ingram – Shorter University
  • Tyler Fagan – Wheaton University
  • Matt Wolcott – James Madison University
  • Matthew Schrand – Iowa Wesleyan
  • Tyler Moore – TCU
  • Sean Brogan – Austin College
  • Corey McCullers – Troy
  • Eric Hann – Rocky Mountain College
  • Devin Melendez – Oregon
  • Jonathan Timmons – Sir Wilfrid Laurier University
  • Nathan Hines – Syracuse
  • Josh Elias – Oklahoma St.
  • Billy Loconsole – Augustana College (as of 4/20/14)

2013

  • Cole Mazza – Alabama
  • Gabriel Miller – Nebraska
  • Scott Sypniewski – Michigan
  • Mike Lizanich – Tulane
  • Nick Walter – Miami of Ohio
  • Trevor Morgan – Memphis
  • Chris O’Risky – Eastern Michigan
  • Trent Gow – Air Force
  • Chase Dominguez – Utah
  • Trey Lamastus – ULM
  • Tucker Etheridge – Louisiana Tech
  • Graydon Peterson – Dartmouth
  • Matt Cota – Boise St.
  • Justin Greene – Air Force
  • Chase McIntyre – Appalachian St.
  • Brendan Turelli – Wyoming
  • Adonis Smith – Air Force
  • Drake Pechous – Henderson St.
  • Austin Orr – Howard
  • Matthew Broome – Coastal Carolina
  • Zach Smith – Southern Cal
  • AJ Hantak – Eastern Illinois
  • Stewart Sherrill – Lenior Rhyne Univ.
  • Kaleb Smith – Oklahoma St.
  • John Wirtel – Kansas
  • Matthew Broome – Coastal Carolina
  • Jarrett Jacumin – Appalachian St.
  • Ty Carter – Rice
  • Shawn Murphy – Trinity International
  • Nick Sewak – Georgia Southern
  • Tyler Pinkowski – Western Michigan
  • David Riehle – South Dakota St.
  • Josh Jahnke – Southern Illinois
  • Tyler Jarvis – Western Carolina
  • Hunter Winstead – Liberty
  • Justin Vining – Georgia Military College
  • Andrew Ingram – Ouachita Baptist
  • Dallas Noriega – UAB
  • Jerred Sonneborn – Washington St.
  • Will Hertel – Mid American Nazarene
  • Alex Arnaud – Arizona
  • Emmett Odegard – UMASS
  • Murphy Allen – Florida Atlantic
  • Niko Walsh – New Mexico St.
  • Chase Wilson – Wake Forest
  • Matt Bayliss – University of Texas at San Antonio
  • Alex Julien – Aurora
  • Keaston Sinicki – North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Rocky Hogue – Sacramento St.
  • Andrew Earle – Rhodes College
  • Drew Williams – South Carolina
  • Johnathan Chandler – Guilford College
  • Ty Carter – Rice
  • Jason Diffee – Central Washington
  • Nick Berus – UMASS
  • Rocco Rasnic – Carthage College
  • Gaither Barker – Vanderbilt
  • Tyler Bailey – West Virginia Wesleyan
  • Hunter White – Berry College
  • Michael Steinbacher – North Carolina
  • Jacob Partridge – Emory and Henry
  • Josh Appel – Indiana St.
  • Derek Purvis – Southern Virginia University
  • Alex Bobos – Indianapolis
  • Brett Kassel – Occidental
  • Matt Boggs – TCU
  • Sam Boyd – Trinity
  • Jay Angelici-Walsh – Hiram College
  • Tim Hernandez – Sacramento St.
  • Alec Neinas – Colorado
  • Cory Blane – Old Dominion
  • Kevin Leblanc – University of Rochester
  • Jesse Neely – Carthage College
  • Parker Aquino – Buffalo State
  • Luke Hutchison – Washington

2012

  • Scott Daly – Notre Dame
  • Reid Ferguson – LSU
  • Chris Fitzpatrick – Northwestern
  • Conor Fry – North Carolina
  • Matt Cincotta – Marshall
  • Ceth Miller – Eastern Michigan
  • Joe Marvin – Penn St.
  • Easton Wahlstrom – Arizona St.
  • Trent Frix – Air Force
  • Kameron Canaday – Portland St.
  • Reed Miller – Stanford
  • Jacob Carr – North Greenville
  • Josh Antol – Navy
  • William Eads – Middle Tennessee
  • Hayden Neighbors – Campbell Univeristy
  • Jeff Overbaugh – San Diego St.
  • Grant Meersand – Hawaii
  • Greg Hohenstein – Bowling Green
  • JC Barefield – Jacksonville St
  • Daniel LaMontagne – Furman
  • Sodie Orr – Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
  • Justin Forrister – Georgia St.
  • Nick Brown – Texas A&M
  • Steven Romero – New Mexico
  • Brandon Greene – Air Force
  • Ryan Masel – Washington
  • Ben East – Mercer
  • Will Sharpton – Tennessee Chatanooga
  • Colton Taylor – Virginia Tech
  • Luke Burnham – Southern Miss.
  • Tucker Smith – MGCCC
  • Kyle Ashby – Texas
  • Cory Hawkins – Mercer
  • Jake Compton – Tulsa
  • Nolan Dowling – Western Kentucky
  • Dakota Melson – Eastern Illinois
  • Taybor Pepper – Michigan St.
  • Duke Moran – CAL
  • William Oldach – UCONN
  • Darrell Travis – Lousiana Tech
  • Nick Sharick – Tennesse
  • Jake Abraham – Georgia Southern
  • Tony Johnson – North Texas
  • Josh Ambeau – Ave Maria
  • Will Few – Ole Miss
  • Cory Cheadle – Kansas St
  • Ryan DiSalvo – San Jose St
  • John De Palma – West Virginia
  • Zack Cooper – Gettysburg
  • Shane Baumann – Western New Mexico
  • Matt Wicklein – Shepherd University
  • Nick Traub – Ball St.
  • Jakey Dunagan – Morehead St.
  • Leonard Skubal – Boston College
  • Daniel Brooke – Abilene Christian
  • David Estes – Presbyterian College
  • Forrest Stevens – Northern Arizona
  • Taylor Speaks – Eastern Kentucky
  • Matt Doherety – St. Norbert College
  • Willy Wright – Sewanee
  • Aaron Held – Montana
  • Jared Torres – New Mexico St
  • Nick Dooley – UTEP
  • Rey Higuera – Arizona St.
  • Matt Poulin – Howard
  • Randy Sue – Cal Lutheran
  • Alec Hulmes – East Carolina
  • Brent Nicholson – Navarro College
  • TJ Piwowarski – Redlands
  • Michael McGarry – St. Olaf
  • John Godfrey – Ball St.
  • Joseph Smith – Delta St
  • Ryan Eustace – Arkansas St
  • Bobby Geibler – North Texas
  • Brian Hittner – Hawaii

2011

  • Scott Thompson – NC State
  • Peter McBride – USC (Southern Cal)
  • Harrison Elliott – Air Force
  • Samuel Rodgers – Syracuse
  • Mike Crispi – Elon
  • Nick Boyle – Delaware
  • Zach Ewan – Wyoming
  • Rick Lovato – Old Dominion
  • Michael Quick – Coastal Carolina
  • Joe Sable – Prairie View A&M
  • David Layman – Southwest Baptist
  • Tanner Gibas – Kansas
  • Stone Monarch – Toledo
  • Sean McNally – Miami, FL
  • Bryce Haynes – Ohio St.
  • Will Hertel – Trinity
  • Kyle Holetz – U of Mary
  • Brett Heimrich – Appalachian St
  • Ron Wroble – Samford
  • Alex Trujillo – Fort Collins
  • Duncan Koonce – Texas A&M Commernce
  • Joshua Hensley – Lindsay Wilson Univ.
  • Chad Sharp – Jacksonville St
  • Jay Weneta – UCLA
  • Dallas Noriega – Arizona St
  • Alex Howdeshell -Central Missouri
  • Joe Collins – Mesa St.
  • Luke Sims – Iowa St.
  • Matt Giampapa – Michigan St.
  • Daniel MacDonald – University of Guelph, Canada
  • Jake David – Franklin
  • Will Hertel – Kansas Wesleyan
  • Chris Longo – UCLA
  • CT  Moorman – Auburn
  • Grant Ellington – Drake
  • Alan D’Appollino – Arkansas
  • CJ Struyk – East Carolina
  • Nick Monaghan – Western Michigan
  • Brandon Taylor – LSU
  • Andrew Zorn – Colorado School of Mines
  • Jake Banta – Alabama Birmingham
  • Clark Gardner – BYU
  • Kelly Mason – Kentucky
  • David Murphy – Pitt
  • Jake Guidry – Louisiana Lafayette
  • Matt Dooley – Indiana
  • Jim Brown – Clemson
  • Ryan Saparto – Washington St.
  • Tanner Vogler – Western Carolina
  • John Sheperdson – Cal
  • Dakota Shackleton – Boise St.
  • Derek O’Dell – Chapman
  • Seth Arnold – Kentucky
  • Mike Kaiser – New Mexico St.
  • Anthony Tataseo – Cornell
  • David Burdestsky – University of South Florida
  • Charlie Richards – Virginia
  • Matt Wilkinson – Alabama
  • Austin Tubbs – Stanford
  • Kevin Keane – Ohio Wesleyan
  • Alex Den Bleyker – Washington St.
  • Nolan Frese – Houston
  • Josh Elias – Washington St.
  • Richard Kersten – Illinois
  • Charlie Avila – Mount Union
  • Dylan Jackson – Whitworth
  • Scotty Cooper – Pacific
  • Mark Hutchinson – Utah St.
  • Jos Oria – College of Dupage
  • Kevin Marley – Old Dominion
  • Ryan Kolka – Iowa
  • Cade Oliver – Arkansas St.
  • Zack Young – Indiana
  • Nathan Gibbs – Youngstown St.
  • Winston Chapman – Mississippi St
  • Max Priestly – Abiline Christian
  • Tim Jurgonski – Siera Heights
  • Glen Haisley – Prairie View A&M

2010

  • Chase Gorham – Arizona
  • Bobby Dunn – Air Force
  • Kyle Wittenauer – Yale
  • Drew Howell – Oregon
  • Joe Cardona – Navy
  • Hayden Renning – Northern Arizona
  • Blake Dunham – North Texas
  • Duncan Dickerson – Columbia
  • Will Denny – Ole Miss
  • Danny Adams – Eastern Kentucky
  • Kyle Smith – Indianapolis
  • Alex Freeman – Texas A&M
  • Chris Maikranz – Lamar
  • Jeff Goyette – Bucknell
  • Brandon Oswald – Colorado School of Mines
  • Grant Donovan – Louisville
  • Benjamin Mallouky – Davidson
  • Trevor Steele – Incarnate Word
  • Josh Whitehouse –  Pikeville College
  • Matt Anderson – Western Illinois
  • Trevor Gillette – Rice
  • Zach Lover – Campbell University
  • Kevin Carrington – Air Force
  • Nate Matteson – Western State College
  • Drew Johnson – Sam Houston St.
  • Hunter Hale – Mid Western St.
  • Troy Whalen – Oregon St.
  • Walt Sparks – Richmond
  • Austin Cole – South Alabama
  • Ryan Iverson – Colorado
  • Brandon Grinstead – Nevada Reno
  • Joe St. Germain – Virginia Tech
  • Alex Chester – Texas Tech
  • Matt Fortin – Virginia
  • Forrest Hill – Auburn
  • Beau Palin – Yale
  • Jordan Brasher – Middle Tennessee State
  • Charlie Booth – Illinois St
  • Jonathan Wallunas – SMU
  • Drew Ferris – Florida
  • Andrew Thompkins – Tenn Tech
  • Austin Tallant – Chowan University
  • James Groff – Gallaudet University
  • Ethan Hall – Minot State
  • Mike Morovick – Oregon St.
  • Corey Spegal – Mercyhurst College
  • Gene Glenn – Northwestern Oklahoma
  • Andrew East– Vanderbilt
  • Scott Teal – Central Florida
  • Andrew Suter – Oklahoma St.
  • Jeffrey Telles – San Jose St.
  • Reed Gordon – Mississippi State
  • John Hussey – SMU
  • Charlie Coggins – East Carolina
  • Jake Foster – Wisconsin Lutheran
  • Mike Famiglietti – Western Michigan
  • Jared Loewen – Santa Barbara
  • Robbie Horrell – Rutgers
  • Adam Mueller – UCONN
  • Trevor Moles – Eastern Washington
  • Cary Kriegsman – Cal Berkeley
  • Brandon Koletsky – San Diego St.
  • Tyler Allen – East Central University
  • Marcus Santa Cruz –Baylor
  • Alex Guzzi – New Mexico St.
  • Brandon Tett – Oregon
  • Zach Koepp – Washington St.

2009

  • Josh Keyt – Indiana
  • Michael Brodsky – Tulsa
  • Stephen Barrera – Texas A&M
  • Eric Tausch – TCU
  • Philip Doumar – Florida State
  • Jordan Cowart – Notre Dame
  • Evan Jacobsen – New Mexico
  • Kody Johnston – Texas A & M
  • Kevin Rowe – Central Washington
  • Sebastian Sica – Northern Arizona
  • Salanoa Galeai – Louisiana Monroe
  • Davis Moore – Emory and Henry
  • Daniel Herrington – Central Arkansas
  • Connor Sinko – Oklahoma St
  • Glenn Kolbrenner – UCONN
  • Kirby O’Meara – Central Arkansas
  • Colton Dickinson – Southwestern Oklahoma State University
  • Jake Lembke – Auburn
  • Joey Waters – UC Davis
  • Kyle Coccoza – Assumption College
  • Mack Lloyd – North Carolina
  • Dustin Phillips – Old Dominion
  • Jonathan Mullinix – California Pennsylvania University
  • Justin Carnes – Kansas
  • Kirk Nakama – Western Michigan
  • Denver Garrett – Southern Nazarene University
  • Charlie Knipper – University of Iowa
  • Matt Gore – University of Louisiana Lafayette
  • Steven Steinmetz – UCONN
  • Michael White – East Carolina
  • Andy Allison – Old Dominion
  • Ryan Eich – Illinois Wesleyan University
  • Chris Roberson – Boise St.
  • Jake Rawlins – Western Michigan
  • JR Carr – Tennessee
  • Michael Marusa – Cal Lutheran
  • Curt Graman – Michigan
  • Robert White – North Greenville
  • Tyler Bills – Oregon St.
  • Apollo Nestoras – Chapman
  • Bryan West – Stephen F. Austin
  • Mike Yerry – UNC Pembroke
  • Greg Parcher – Maryland
  • Blake Coddington – Tennessee Chatanooga
  • Nick Bear – South Alabama
  • Brandon Gabbard – SE Missouri St.
  • Alex Mitchell – Alabama
  • Steven Patterson – Oregon

2008

  • Aaron Brewer – SDSU – Denver Broncos
  • Matt Rios – Cal Berkeley
  • Matt Wigley – San Jose State
  • George Morales – Michigan
  • Ty Frix – Georgia
  • Dax Dellenbach – Auburn
  • Zach Taylor – Oregon
  • Mike Zupancic – Eastern Michigan – New England Patriots
  • Scott Albritton – Colorado St.
  • Brian Bennyhoff – Central Michigan
  • Steve Calloway – Nebraska
  • Dakota Zimmerman – Iowa St.
  • Jeff Palmer – Oregon
  • Tommy Ohmart – Arizona St.
  • Jackson Wehmeyer – Air Force
  • Greg Eagle – Truman State
  • Patrick Greene – Utah
  • Michael Johnson – Ole’ Miss
  • Brad Lind – Elon University
  • Sean Flaherty – Boston College
  • Louie Capra – Texas A & M Commerce
  • Will Butts – Memphis
  • Carson Tinker – Alabama – Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Daniel Martinez – University of Mary
  • Tanner Hedstrom – Colorado St.
  • Nick Brewer – Arkansas
  • Frank Monteforte – Morrisville St.
  • Randall Arbuckle – Oklahoma St.
  • Chris Teich – Henderson St.
  • Jordan Allred – Central Connecticut St.
  • Brandon Akerman – Linfield College
  • Gar Chappelear – Ohio St.
  • Tony Bellan – Millsaps College
  • Chris Jarmon – Colorado College
  • Jason Bertoni – Arizona
  • Kevin Farmer – Washington St.
  • Braedyn Eagle – Portland St.
  • Chris Kirkegaard – Idaho St.
  • Josh Cochran – Alcorn St.
  • Harrison Whigtsil – Arkansas
  • Mark Egbert – Southern Utah
  • Logan Hord – Jamestown College
  • CJ Morley – UNLV
  • Eric Acosta – Howard University
  • Devin Johnson – Rhode Island
  • Shawn Lawson – Tarleton St.
  • Cory Johnson – Houston
  • Steven Hanzlovich – Iowa
  • Jordan Van Royen – Wyoming

2007

  • Corey Adams – Kansas St. – Dallas Cowboys
  • Marc Yerry – Oklahoma St.
  • Rhett Richardson – Arkansas
  • Marcus Perry – Oregon St.
  • Shane Peterlin – Dartmouth
  • Collin Carroll – Virginia Tech
  • Robert Moore – Central Connecticut St.
  • Joe Doyle – Illinois St.
  • Brendan Lopez – Michigan
  • Adam Gaston – Southern Mississippi
  • Nolan Owen – Northern Illinois
  • Timothy Downs – Maryland
  • Bobby Shepard – Fresno St.
  • David Zaske – Syracuse
  • Andrew Davis – Georgia
  • Chadd Owen – Upper Iowa
  • Shawn Brevig – Adams St.
  • Neal Dahlman – Bowling Green
  • Sean Morrison – Oklahoma
  • Troy Kokjohn – North Texas
  • Richie Wick – Missouri Valley
  • Chris Ivory – Miami (FL)
  • Scott Stone – Portland St.
  • Ben Cutler – Tabor College
  • Cole Douglas – Willamette
  • John Pace – BYU
  • Ryan McDaniel – Southeastern Louisiana University

2006

  • Brandon LongRice
  • Christian Yount –UCLA – Cleveland Browns
  • Danny Morovick –Washington
  • Justin Drescher –Colorado – New Orleans Saints
  • Jack Geiser –Boston College
  • Jarin Giesler –Delaware St.
  • Brian Heath –Sacramento State
  • Todd Leichtfuss –Alabama A & M
  • Matt Purvis – Iowa State
  • Daniel Weedman – Campbellsville University
  • Tommy O’Brien – Northern Illinois
  • PJ Tobyansen – UCLA
  • Corey Gibas – Texas A & M
  • Barrett Reynolds – Arkansas
  • Scott Aguiar – Arkansas
  • Wallace McLaurin– Ole Miss
  • Jake Jondle– UC Davis
  • Alex Shackelton – Michigan State
  • Ricky Wolder – Arizona
  • John Warren – Tulsa
  • Jacob O’Hair – LSU
  • Ryan Pedersen – North Carolina
  • Nick Emfinger – Arkansas St.
  • Kekula Victorino – Boise St.
  • Timothy Smith – Southeast Missouri St.
  • Zach Enyeart – Washington State University

2005

  • Justin Humphrey – Sam Houston State
  • Jeremy Jonas – Army
  • Mason Frakes – Villanova
  • Norbie Juist– Houston
  • Mark Sunga – Oregon
  • Zach Allen – Oklahoma St.
  • Kayl Anderson – Kansas
  • Joe Doyle – Benedictine College
  • Nick Sundberg – Cal – Washington Redskins
  • Nathan McBride – Nebraska

2004

  • Casey Hales– Duke
  • Cory Davis – Texas A&M
  • Tyler Schmitt – SDSU – Seattle Seahawks
  • Jon Weeks – Baylor
  • Jeremy Branch – Rutgers
  • JJ Maxwell – Iona
  • Greg Titiriga – Fresno St.

2003

  • Will Collins – USC
  • Edward Douglas – UCLA
  • Jon O’Brien – New Mexico
  • Edward Avila – Fresno State
  • Grant Izokovich – San Jose St.

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Recap Article & Video of the Rubio Long Snapping Camp in IL

Long Snappers came out on March 30 to attend the Rubio Long Snapping Camp in IL from IL, OH, IN, MS, MD, IA, KY, MI, TN, NY, MO, PA, NJ and NC  to get the best  Long Snapping 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.

Whitehouse, HarleyThe overall winner of the camp was Harley Whitehouse (MO, ’15). Harley had a great day and handled the pressure very well. He was snapping hard and with a lot of confidence. Really came on when he needed to in order to lock up the victory. Love to see him get his spiral locked down and a bit more speed but he is well on his way. Expect to see great things from Harley in Vegas!

TOP 2014 Long Snappers…

  • Wyatt Pfeifer was flat out dominant all day. The Western Michigan commit left no doubt he is worth of a scholarship with smooth and accurate snaps all day long in Chicago.
  • Mitch Hardy showed, yet again, great improvement. He is snapping a very accurate ball and has a lot of confidence. Always getting better and overflowing with an amazing attitude. The coaches will love him at Arkansas St.
  • Andrew Robinson is a VERY quick learner that shows great poise every time I see him at a camp. Body is very solid and he is accurate.

Other notable 2014 Long Snappers: Will Henrichs

TOP 2015 Long Snappers…

  • Ben Makowski was easily the top 2015 Long Snapper in attendance. He is a massive man with great power and determination. If he reaches through well, he is easily as good as anyone in the country. Keep a very close eye on him in Vegas. This kid is making a very big name for himself.
  • Tyler Griffiths looked wonderful at the camp. He is built very well with great athleticism and an excellent attitude. He is gaining a lot of confidence and should make serious move in rankings if he keeps this going in Vegas.
  • Matt Foley came out from CA and did well all day. His form is excellent and he is creating a lot of speed with his legs.
  • Hunter Varga is gaining confidence and it is paying off. He is a very consistent and accurate due to his very good form.

Other notable 2015 Long Snappers: Carson Vey, Jake Knight, Brendan Lowery, Jeremy Ashworth and Jackson Mahorney 

TOP 2016 Long Snappers…

  • John Shannon had a good day in Chicago. He easily snaps at D1 speeds and it isn’t even close. His frame is very solid and he is strong. The more he locks down his spiral, the better he will be. Hard worker and coachable.
  • Steven Wirtel shows a lot of promise and is well on his way to greatness. He might just have the most potential of anyone in his class. Sky is the limit for Wirtel. Keep a very close eye on him in Vegas.
  • Phillip Thomas had a great day in Chicago. He has improved a ton and just keeps getting better. His form is very good and he is starting to get a lot of confidence and that will pay off big time in the end. Great day for Phillip

Other notable 2016 Long Snappers: Paul Monaco, Brad Robinson

TOP 2017 Long Snappers…

  • Nate Durham was wonderful all day long in Chicago. He is large for his age and already has great form. I am very impressed with how well he listens and always is improving.
  • Joe Calcagno did well in Chicago. He has a great attitude and his form is looking solid. Good day for him and his future is bright.
  • Shiloh Mast impressed me all day in Chicago. He is snapping the ball hard and with a ton of confidence. Keep an eye on him.

Other notable 2017 Long Snappers: Jake Hess, Benji Gormley, Kyle O’Connor, Marshall Coluzzi, Jeremiah Riordan and Grant Miller

Rubio Long Snapping will next travel to Dallas, TX (April 27), and Los Angeles, CA (May 4).  The Spring Camp Tour will conclude with the 12th Annual National Snapping Spring Event in Las Vegas May 10-11, 2014!

For more rankings, evaluations & future camp dates visit RubioLongSnapping.com or email Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com. Be sure to follow @TheChrisRubio and find Rubio Long Snapping on Facebook and Instagram for updates.

Rubio Long Snapping is an official partner of FBU, the U.S. Army All-America Bowl, and East Bay All-America Games.  The Road to the U.S. All-America Bowl & East Bay All-American Games begins now.

 Rubio Long Snapping at FBU Camps: Central Florida (April 4-5), Dallas, TX (April 25-26), San Diego, CA (May 2-3), Seattle, WA (May 16-17), Los Angeles, CA (May 30-31), Central Ohio (July 11-12).  Email Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com to inquire about an invitation to these prestigious camps.

Now feel free to watch the full video recap below…

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New Rubio Long Snapping Target

Over the past decade, I have been using the Rubio Long Snapping Target at all my camps and events across the country.

At regional camps, the Long Snappers go through a bracket type competition while at my Vegas Events, they go through a much more intense full on testing format where they compete against all and not just one other Long Snapper.

At every camp, I have noticed the Long Snappers keep getting better and better (mostly because they are coming younger and younger) and, in turn, the scoring on The Target has gone through some major changes. Battles in the bracket style format go much quicker (not a lot of wasted opportunity) and the overall scores in Vegas have skyrocketed.

A top score in Vegas used to be in the low teens and not is not an uncommon to see high teens, low 20’s, high 20’s or even in the 30’s. This is just crazy. I mean really insane.

Finally, after speaking it over with Chris Sailer of Chris Sailer Kicking and some of my senior staff members, I have decided The Target needed to be revamped. This new target will make things a bit more difficult but I do believe it will give me more of a true feeling of the abilities of each and every Long Snapper that goes head to head with it. It won’t be about simply hitting the target. It will be about hitting the exact spots a Long Snapper should be hitting.

Scoring will also be adjusted with a 3 pointer will be only in red areas and 2 pointer only in yellow. No points for in between any more.

I know some (many) of you might be flipping out right now but I truly believe this is for the best and you will be fine. Trust me.

With no further adieu, I present to you, the new Rubio Long Snapping Target for the rest of 2014 (take some time to really inspect every aspect of it and it’s gloriousness) and beyond…..

April Fools Target

UPDATE: PLEASE CHECK BOTTOM LEFT HAND CORNER OF PICTURE OF NEW RUBIO TARGET:)

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Stats From The 12th Annual Event in Las Vegas

Here you go…here are all of the stats for the Rubio Long Snapping 12th Annual National Snapping Event in Las Vegas. This event was massive with easily the most Long Snappers we have ever had in attendance.

All stats will be in alphabetical order….

SPEED – Here are the averages for each Long Snapper, timed by me, for a 15 yard punt snap.

Afshari, Spencer 1.017
Alexander, Dylan 0.98
Aloma, John 0.743
Anderson, Koltin 1.053
Arent, Nelson 0.807
Arroyo, Travis 0.797
Ashe, Andrew 0.693
Ashworth, Jeremy 0.773
Atkins, Connor 0.833
Avantino, Nicholas 0.727
Bancroft, Tommy 0.873
Baugus, Travis 0.76
Bennett, Billy 0.927
Bertoni, Wesley 0.703
Billen, Curtis 0.79
Block, Cody 0.817
Brady, Josh 0.827
Brinson, Damian 0.876
Brodowsky, Hayden 0.747
Buckingham, Reid 0.763
Burnham, Ken 0.743
Cahill, Thomas 0.9
Calcagno, Joe 0.864
Cameron, Brandt 0.727
Cantrell, Baxter 0.84
Cantrell, Dan 0.954
Carew, Tanner 0.67
Carter, Will Parker 0.823
Carty, AJ 0.643
Casillas, Mark 0.994
Chasteen, Clay 0.88
Cherry, Garrett 1.156
Cline, Gavin 0.843
Clore, Chris 0.967
Cole, Julian 0.779
Comaroto, Peter 0.827
Combs, Matt 0.81
Combs, Seth 0.763
Connor, Kelsey 0.783
Counts, Dillon 0.71
Creed, Campbell 0.947
Crilly, Nicholas 0.92
Crum, Grant 0.86
Daggett, Bobby 0.67
Daltoso, Massimo 0.773
Daltoso, Valentino 0.893
Daniel, Gunner 0.898
Den Bleyker, John 0.76
Diaz, Martin 0.717
Diffee, Darren 0.777
Dixon, Jack 0.827
Drzik, Hunter 0.807
Duffy, Colin 0.733
Durante, Hunter 0.737
Eatherly, Geron 0.713
Edwards, Alex 0.793
Elias, Josh 0.697
Ellis, Marc 0.793
England, Zachary 1.013
Epley, Tristan 0.793
Evans, Austin 0.92
Fraboni, Mitchell 0.7
Fagan, Tyler 0.863
Farnsworth, Wes 0.613
Farr, Ryan 0.65
Ferguson, Blake 0.657
Fletcher, Thomas 0.86
Foley, Matt 0.717
Fortino, Gianfranco 0.833
Freeman, Harrison 0.707
Freeze, Patrick 0.833
Frese, Jordan 0.81
Frum, Garrett 0.767
Gallinghouse, Joe 0.823
Garcia, Matt 1.278
Garza, Justin 0.64
Gentosi, Giovanni 0.773
Gibbons, John 0.977
GIbson, Jake 0.905
Gilbert, Owen 0.82
Gluhaich, Grant 0.673
Goebel, Harrison 0.76
Golub, Aaron 0.8
Graham, Cole 0.86
Griffiths, Tyler 0.803
Gulla, Dante 0.91
Hadley, PJ 0.793
Hale, Jake 0.76
Hall, MItch 0.864
Haney, Jack 0.697
Hardy, Mitchell 0.733
Hawkins, Nate 0.83
Hendrix, Caleb 0.753
Henrichs, Will 0.927
Hernandez, Curtis 0.897
Hess, Jake 0.93
Hiller, Timothy 0.81
Hilton, Grant 0.82
Hoffman, Harrison 0.79
Holder, Matt 0.813
Hutson, Nathan 0.927
Itani, Connor 0.883
Iulani, Joe 0.82
Jackson, Clayton 0.763
Jaffe, Grant 0.897
Janicki, Nick 0.717
Jenkins, Sam 0.83
Johnson, Damon 0.71
Johnson, Issac 0.86
Jones, Zane 0.867
Kemp, Branden 0.787
Kirkegaard, Conner 0.733
Klippenstein, Kyle 1.005
Knight, Jake 0.803
Korinek, Skyler 0.847
Kubala, Connor 0.679
Lang, Joe 0.67
Lauvai, Ian 0.777
Lawer, Matt 0.707
Lawver, Caleb 0.913
Letter, Jon 0.907
Lippincott, Collin 0.841
Loo, Bowman 0.807
Lovingood, Riley 0.65
Lowery, Brendan 0.89
Lucas, Nathan 0.763
Lucy, Alan 0.71
Lutzel, Chris 0.763
Lynch, Tyler J 1.103
MacLean, Andrew 0.787
Madden, George 0.673
Makowski, Ben 0.75
Martin, Colby 1.13
Masters, Dalton 0.83
McCracken, Drew 0.757
McCullough, Liam 0.69
Melendez, Devin 0.717
Merickel, Tommy 0.877
Merka, Grant 0.8
Meucci, Joey 0.823
Meyer, Scott 0.79
Michael Carrell, David 0.933
Miller, Joe 1.247
Mimoun, Jacob 0.93
Monaco, Paul 0.88
Moon, Chaska 0.79
Moore, Tyler 0.803
Moore, Zach 0.817
Morales, Steven 0.893
Munoz, Jacob 0.78
Munsey, jack 0.883
Murphy, John 0.947
Murphy, Keller 0.76
Nadenik, Ben 0.897
Nelson, Cody 0.837
Nielsen, Bobby Joe 0.67
Nielsen, Cameron 0.98
Nixon, Steven 0.747
O’Donoghue, Matt 0.777
Ober, Jordan 0.657
Oliveira, Matthew 0.71
Orick, Austin 0.77
Pardee, John 0.893
Parris, Ryan 0.747
Phillips, Riley 0.89
Piatt, Colton 0.876
Pohlman, Evan 0.733
Poujol, Michael 0.717
Prevette, Keaton 1.173
Randall, Reese 0.84
Ratliff, Anthony 0.723
Reiter, Donald 0.73
Reiter, Ross 0.863
Richardson, Elijah 0.733
Richins, Kole 0.723
Robinson, Andrew 0.793
Robinson, Brad 0.889
Rochow, Aaron 0.85
Rodrigues, Joe 0.837
Rodrigues, Mario 0.966
Sablan, Spencer 1.107
Sablan, Trevor 1.367
Sak, Hayden 0.763
Sapper, Karl 1.13
Sargeant, Jared 0.727
Schoenberger, Z 1.217
Scott, Colin 0.892
Scott, Zac 0.94
Shalosky, Ryan 0.9
Shannon, John 0.613
Shores, Spencer 0.93
Simmons, Ryan 0.787
Skidmore, Gunnar 0.75
Slupski, Cain 0.84
Smith, Zach 0.78
Sommers, Riley 0.913
Somers, Sean 0.998
Song, Henry 0.747
Sonntag, Quinn 0.743
Soto, Michael 0.807
Spence, Austin 0.717
Stahler, Jules 0.96
Stephenson, Quinn 1.03
Steward, George 0.84
Storebo, Brandon 0.877
Stubbs, Hayden 1.047
Subia, Parker 0.84
Sullivan, Tommy 0.687
Tebbetts, Carson 0.907
Thomas, Phillip 0.933
Thomson, Tristan 1.015
Timmons, Jonathan 0.71
Torpy, Patrick 0.833
Trautz, Kendall 0.837
Urbach, Chase 0.753
Vanbenthuysen, Peter 1.072
Vasta, Benjamin 0.917
Vaught, Adam 0.763
Vega, JC 1.01
Vey, Carson 0.77
Vournas, Zach 0.957
Walkingstick, Sam 0.753
Walsh, Koby 0.757
Walsh, Niko 0.733
Walsh, Ryan 0.914
Walsh, Scott 1.347
Wasserman, Jacob 0.8
Wilcox, Richard 0.807
Wilder, Jackson 0.84
Wilkerson, Chris 0.753
Wilson, Casey 0.687
Wilson, Garrrett 0.71
Winkie, Davis 0.723
Wirtel, Steven 0.7
Wolcott, Matt 0.797
Wolf, Brandon 0.737
Womac, Hunter 0.843
Workman, James 0.863
Wright, Sean 0.903
York, Sam 0.767
Zier, Jay 0.9

ATHLETICISM – 40 yard sprints

Afshari, Spencer 6.03
Alexander, Dylan 5.74
Aloma, John 5.92
Anderson, Koltin 6.42
Arent, Nelson 5.34
Arjmand, Michael
Arroyo, Travis 5.86
Ashe, Andrew 5.13
Ashworth, Jeremy 5.66
Atkins, Connor 5.22
Avantino, Nicholas
Bancroft, Tommy 5.43
Baugus, Travis 5.28
Bennett, Billy 5.98
Bertoni, Wesley 5.4
Billen, Curtis 4.95
Block, Cody 5.02
Brady, Josh 5.21
Brinson, Damian 5.71
Brodowsky, Hayden 5.59
Buckingham, Reid 5.58
Burnham, Ken 5.16
Cahill, Thomas 5.38
Calcagno, Joe 5.89
Cameron, Brandt 5.13
Cantrell, Baxter 5.32
Cantrell, Dan 5.39
Carballo, Jose
Carew, Tanner 4.74
Carter, Will Parker 5.93
Carty, AJ 5.41
Casillas, Mark 5.99
Chasteen, Clay 5.52
Cherry, Garrett 5.48
Cline, Gavin 5.28
Clore, Chris 6.45
Cole, Julian 5.83
Comaroto, Peter 5.62
Combs, Matt 5.05
Combs, Seth 5.19
Connor, Kelsey 5.06
Counts, Dillon 5.11
Creed, Campbell 6.02
Crilly, Nicholas 5.09
Crum, Grant 6.47
Daggett, Bobby 5.3
Daltoso, Massimo 5.43
Daltoso, Valentino 5.61
Dana, Tyler
Daniel, Gunner 5.79
Den Bleyker, John 5.24
Diaz, Martin 4.95
Diffee, Darren 5.29
Dixon, Jack 4.77
Drzik, Hunter 5.17
Duffy, Colin 5.62
Durante, Hunter 5.25
Eatherly, Geron 5.19
Edwards, Alex 6.06
Elias, Josh 5.28
Ellis, Marc 4.65
England, Zachary 5.65
Epley, Tristan 4.91
Evans, Austin 5.64
Fraboni, Mitchell 4.64
Fagan, Tyler 5.31
Farnsworth, Wes 4.76
Farr, Ryan 5.27
Ferguson, Blake 5.19
Fines, Ryan
Fletcher, Thomas 5.33
Foley, Matt 5.84
Fortino, Gianfranco 5.65
Freeman, Harrison 5.64
Freeze, Patrick 5.72
Frese, Jordan 5.18
Frum, Garrett 5.55
Gallinghouse, Joe 5.81
Garcia, Matt 6.62
Garza, Justin 4.99
Gentosi, Giovanni 4.85
Gibbons, John 5.32
GIbson, Jake 5.61
Gilbert, Owen 5.22
Gluhaich, Grant 5.21
Goebel, Harrison 5.25
Golub, Aaron 5.2
Goossen-Brown, Justin
Graham, Cole 5.3
Griffiths, Tyler 5.26
Gulla, Dante 5.36
Hadley, PJ 5.16
Hale, Jake 5.2
Hall, MItch 5.88
Haney, Jack 5.14
Hardy, Mitchell 5.78
Hawkins, Nate 5.53
Hendrix, Caleb 5
Henrichs, Will 5.32
Hernandez, Curtis 5.88
Hess, Jake 6.8
Hiller, Timothy 5.28
Hilton, Grant 5.11
Hoffman, Harrison 5.66
Holder, Matt 5.34
Holte, Ryan
Hutson, Nathan 5.48
Itani, Connor 5.08
Iulani, Joe 5.13
Jackson, Clayton 5.94
Jaffe, Grant 5.68
Janicki, Nick 4.91
Jenkins, Sam 5.05
Johnson, Damon 5.26
Johnson, Issac 5.22
Jones, Zane 6.12
Kemp, Branden 5.03
Kirkegaard, Conner 5.24
Klippenstein, Kyle 5.58
Knight, Jake 5.49
Korinek, Skyler 5.48
Krause, Logan
Kubala, Connor 5.34
Lang, Joe 5.44
Lauvai, Ian 5.47
Lawer, Matt 5.03
Lawver, Caleb 6.12
Leath, Wyatt
Letter, Jon 5.28
Lippincott, Collin 5.58
Loo, Bowman 5.61
Lovingood, Riley 5.52
Lowery, Brendan 5.81
Lucas, Nathan 4.98
Lucy, Alan 5.67
Lutzel, Chris 5.55
Lynch, Tyler J 5.62
MacLean, Andrew
Madden, George 5.21
Mahinfar, Aria
Makowski, Ben 5.79
Mann, Logan
Markino, Danny
Martin, Colby 5.16
Masters, Dalton 5.67
McCracken, Drew 5.18
McCullough, Liam 5.15
Melendez, Devin 5.03
Melillo, Robert
Merickel, Tommy 5.35
Merka, Grant 5.38
Merriman, Bryce
Meucci, Joey 5.45
Meyer, Scott 6.48
Michael Carrell, David 5.56
Miller, Joe 6.3
Mimoun, Jacob 6
Mitchell, Jack
Monaco, Paul 5.38
Moon, Chaska 5.46
Moore, Grant
Moore, Tyler 6.04
Moore, Zach 5.51
Morales, Steven 6.7
Munoz, Jacob 5.29
Munsey, Jack 5.94
Murphy, John 5.31
Murphy, Keller 5.08
Nadenik, Ben 5.92
Nelson, Cody 4.74
Nielsen, Bobby Joe 4.71
Nielsen, Cameron 6.48
Nieto, Chris
Nixon, Steven 5.17
O’Donoghue, Matt 5.61
Ober, Jordan 4.84
Oliveira, Matthew 5.15
Orick, Austin 5.05
Pardee, John 4.9
Parris, Ryan 5.98
Pfeifer, Wyatt
Phillips, Riley 5.15
Piatt, Colton 5.45
Pilkington, Jared
Pohlman, Evan 5.29
Poujol, Michael 5.14
Prevette, Keaton 5.67
Randall, Reese 5.11
Ratliff, Anthony 5.29
Reiter, Donald 5.99
Reiter, Ross 6.38
Richardson, Elijah 5.75
Richins, Kole 4.97
Riddle, Campbell 6.45
Roberts, Austin
Robinson, Andrew 5.93
Robinson, Brad 6.2
Rochow, Aaron 5.45
Rodrigues, Joe 5.15
Rodrigues, Mario 5.65
Sablan, Spencer 6.24
Sablan, Trevor 6.07
Sak, Hayden 5.37
Santa Ana, Jackson
Sapper, Karl 5.46
Sargeant, Jared 5.34
Schoenberger, Z 6.03
Scott, Colin 6.36
Scott, Zac 5.49
Shalosky, Ryan 4.72
Shannon, John 5.11
Shores, Spencer 5.15
Simmons, Ryan 5.65
Skidmore, Gunnar 5.38
Slupski, Cain
Smith, Ethan
Smith, Zach 5.61
Somers, Riley 5.25
Sommers, Sean 5.75
Song, Henry 5.15
Sonntag, Quinn 5.24
Soto, Michael 5.36
Spence, Austin 4.93
Stahler, Jules 5.81
Stephenson, Quinn 5.78
Steward, George 5.89
Storebo, Brandon 5.15
Stubbs, Hayden 6.12
Subia, Parker 5.68
Sullivan, Tommy 5.3
Tebbetts, Carson 6.25
Thomas, Phillip 5.9
Thomson, Tristan 6.21
Timmons, Jonathan 5.32
Torpy, Patrick 5.53
Trautz, Kendall 5.67
Twist, Ryan
Urbach, Chase 5.07
Vanbenthuysen, Peter 5.57
Vasta, Benjamin 5.38
Vaughn, Jacob
Vaught, Adam 5.5
Vega, JC
Vey, Carson 5.15
Vournas, Zach 5.71
Walkingstick, Sam 5.06
Walsh, Koby 5.76
Walsh, Niko 5.72
Walsh, Ryan 5.91
Walsh, Scott 7.24
Wasserman, Jacob 5.73
Wilcox, Richard 5.48
Wilder, Jackson
Wilkerson, Chris 5.55
Williams, Joshua
Wilson, Casey 5.45
Wilson, Garrrett 4.8
Winkie, Davis 5.74
Wirtel, Steven 5.13
Wolcott, Matt 5.63
Wolf, Brandon 5.61
Womac, Hunter 4.98
Workman, James 5.38
Wright, ASEAN 5.02
York, Sam 5.46
Zier, Jay 5.02

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