So, You Didn’t Make the TOP 12, Now What?

10985429_799770960099036_576669887791321499_nFor the past couple weeks, you have been watching the TOP 12 Camp Invited Long Snappers get chosen one by one. Daily, you stared at your Twitter feed, Instagram or Facebook waiting for the inevitable clues to be dropped. Each day, a couple people were ecstatic while countless others felt the opposite emotions. A couple days ago, the final members of the EVENT ELITE were announced and a balloon was popped for many 2018 and 2019 Long Snappers. Now what?

Couple ways to look at it….

You can be upset with me for not selecting you. You can be upset with yourself for not performing when it counted. You can even find a way to blame others, but, it is ultimately on you. The only thing you can control is how hard and smart you work. Everyone in Vegas is competing for the same spots. Don’t let anybody outwork you and you will see different results.

You need to use this as motivation to make sure you perform better. This is all up to you. The choice is yours.

If you are a Long Snapper that strives to be the best, you want to be at that TOP 12  camp during the summer. Any single athlete that has been there (scholarship Long Snappers, All-Americans, NFL players) will tell you it is, by far, the best camp they have ever been to in their life. What you need to do is get back on the horse. Work smarter and harder.

Many great Long Snappers did NOT make it simply because in Vegas they didn’t feel they could. They did NOT have confidence. They were HOPING they would snap well instead of KNOWING they would snap well. Sound familiar?

Just because you didn’t make the TOP 12 does NOT mean you are a bad Long Snapper at all and that you should just stop. It means that you need to work harder and smarter at VEGAS 30 to be selected to the next barch of TOP 12 Campers to be invited. Remember, I will be choosing twenty more there and then those forth will be narrow down at the camp to see who really is THE TOP 12 LONG SNAPPERS.

You need to knock my socks off. THE RANKINGS CAN BE ADJUSTED ANYTIME I SEE YOU LIVE. You need to show everyone this spring as I pass through the country that you are the best. Dominate. Know you can do it AND do it!

The best of the best ALWAYS step up.

Are you one of them? Time to decide. Prove to me, and the rest of the world, that you belong.

Or don’t.

THE CHOICE IS YOURS…..

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r4ubio5Rubio 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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VEGAS XXIX RSI Scores

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

All Long Snappers were tested on The Rubio Target. Each Long Snapper was tested on 12 punt snaps where they had three normal snaps, three blocking left, three blocking right, three speed punt snaps (running in from the side and have three seconds to get the ball off once their feet are set) and 12 pat snaps where they had three normal snaps, three blocking left, three blocking right, three speed punt snaps (running in from the side and have three seconds to get the ball off once their feet are set). Once the Long Snapper has completed the test, they earn an RSI which is the fairest and most accurate way to judge a Long Snapper by numbers. Please note: the RSI does not account for athleticism, spiral or mentality.

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

VEGAS XXIX Groups

 

NAME

RSI

Abrell, Erik

36.00

Aguilar, Ryan

34.67

Allen, Cody

 DNP 

Aloni, Matthew

43.06

Anderson, Koltin

 DNP 

Anthony, Enzo

36.36

Appio, Zachary

17.72

Applefield, Alex

15.66

Arroyo, Ross

5.38

Assel, Brock

54.79

Babcock, Justin

12.79

Baker, Braxton

26.19

Baldeck, Matt

32.43

Bareis, Will

7.78

Bastuga, Michael

17.35

Battles, Karsten

44.44

Beattie, Brendan

32.91

Becker, Chad

9.41

Becker, Hunter

48.72

Bedell, Derek

18.07

Bennett, Codey

4.82

Bentley, Brendan

51.39

Bergeron, Johnny

8.70

Betten, Lucas

17.50

Black, Dylan

17.44

Boan, Andrew

2.00

Boan, David

11.63

Boudreaux, Murphy

17.28

Bourque, Phillip

19.77

Bouwens, Bryce

51.32

Bowden, Peter

16.87

Bowles, Michael

10.20

Bozanich, Ryan

16.85

Broussard, Grayson

12.79

Bursell, John

 DNP 

Burson, Hunter

17.65

Cahill, Kevin

21.95

Calcagno, Joe

22.86

Caldwell, Noah

 DNP 

Campbell, Gavin

23.17

Cannon, Zach

23.26

Casasante, Jac

39.71

Casillas, Mark

20.51

Castano, Zac

27.71

Castro, Dylan

22.54

Cervantes, Gabriel

7.50

Cesta, Domenic

20.24

Chason, Bryce

 DNP 

Chestnut, George

9.88

Christensen, Kyle

12.50

Clark, Jayden

21.33

Clements, Cody

39.73

Clore, Chris

35.14

Cobb, William

8.42

Cognetti, Dustin

13.64

Coulson, Bryce

 DNP 

Covan, AJ

45.07

Crabtree, Kevin

49.30

Culbertson, Ryan

 DNP 

Derosier, Charles

49.33

Dixon, Danny

18.07

Domingo, Andrew

28.21

Dragna, Andrea

13.41

Drevno, Zack

38.89

Dunagan, Payton

25.97

Durham, Nate

52.94

Durr, James

4.82

Durschlag, Max

35.62

Dvorchik, Evan

25.00

Dyer, Kellen

17.78

Edwards, Zach

15.66

Elmore, Luke

20.00

Estrada, Aaron

17.57

Eury, Marshall

13.58

Farris, John

9.68

Fiene, Robert

40.28

Fontana, Alexander

23.38

Fridolfs, Hunter

15.00

Fuentes, Johnny

34.25

Gable, Trey

38.36

Gaines, Ron

36.11

Gambs, Charles

18.75

Gannon, Matthew

17.07

Garcia, Jacob

28.95

Garcia, Matt

34.52

Gates, Breck

 DNP 

George, Brad

17.65

Gibbs, Kyle

45.07

Gibson, Evan

39.73

Gibson, Jake

35.14

Gill, Tuck

52.78

Golden, Maddie

28.99

Gonneville, Andrew

13.75

Green, Steven

17.28

Grotelueschen, Trent

17.95

Guillemette, Adam

21.79

Hadley, Jack

51.43

Hahn, Derek

36.36

Hall, Dillon

16.47

Hall, Mitch

54.79

Hall, Nathan

23.33

Hallacy, Brendan

13.25

Halper, Jack

43.48

Hanken, Will

 DNP 

Hankins, Justyce

19.74

Hanstein, Hunter

12.05

Hatcher, Philip

13.95

Hathoot, Justin

51.47

Hawkins, Kameron

30.59

Hayes, Dillon

55.41

Heffel, Zach

14.12

Hembrough, Matt

33.33

Higgins, Grant

21.62

Hinders, Ross

29.33

Hirsch, Josiah

10.98

Hoffman, Harrison

32.43

Hood, Hayden

38.24

Hooker, Blake

27.27

Hooper, Devon

15.00

Hooper, Jesse

23.68

Howell, Noah

13.41

Hudak, Ethan

17.86

Hudgins, Frank

23.53

Hughes, Jack

 DNP 

Hughes, Joseph

7.22

Jacobson, Jarrod

32.05

James, Clay

29.49

Jenkins, Eli

 DNP 

Jenkins, Zach

19.28

Jennings, Evan

18.89

Johnson, Logan

6.38

Johnson, Nico

21.25

Johnstone, Christian

16.87

Kaye, Griffin

9.09

Keaton, Tyler

24.36

Kelleher, Kasey

60.61

Kent, Chris

4.00

Key, Jarrett

36.84

King, Cameron

12.50

King, Gage

15.48

King, Zach

16.30

Kobs, Josh

 DNP 

La Rouche, Conor

9.09

Landherr, Jack

12.94

Langan, Ryan

35.14

Lassiter, Zach

31.88

Lau, Dean

14.67

Lawless, Paul

21.18

Lawver, Caleb

38.16

Lindsay, JJ

20.00

Lipel, Jonah

 DNP 

Little, Drew

51.35

Livingston, Aidan

22.22

Long, Alex

 DNP 

Long, Cade

36.49

Mac Donald, Logan

12.35

Maningo, Zane

 DNP 

Manning, Dillon

24.68

Mayo, Darryl

23.29

McCaffrey, Chris

16.28

McCauley, Declan

7.69

McCauley, Jack

27.16

McCormack, Nate

22.22

McCracken, Zane

7.06

McCullough, Roen

36.11

McCully, TJ

15.38

McInerney, Patrick

20.00

McPherson, Chase

13.64

Melgarejo, Frank

25.61

Michaelsen, Alex

30.99

Milliron, Brennen

25.00

Mimoun, Jacob

22.97

Mitchell, Will

8.33

Montoya, Jacob

14.77

Morton, John

21.43

Moses, Chandler

24.36

Mosier, Austin

3.26

Munoz, Michael

6.38

Nelson, Chancelor

41.33

Newsome, Matthew

13.58

Nieland, Max

34.21

Noth, Devin

39.13

O’Connor, Kyle

50.68

O’Steen, Brian

12.79

Ortega, Austin

17.65

Osthus, Luke

       –   

Pagel, Jake

50.75

Pak, Aidan

14.61

Pallissard, Turner

11.90

Palmer, Blaise

6.67

Palmer, Dallas

27.71

Payne, Luke

21.25

Pedrozo, Jude

 DNP 

Petrucci, Kyle

43.24

Pfeiffer, Cayson

24.68

Pickett, Coy

17.11

Plattner, Randen

26.67

Prevette, Davis

5.00

Pugh, Gabriel

33.33

Purcell, Ryan

14.44

Raines, John

34.72

Rea, Brian

13.54

Reeves, Austin

40.00

Reiter, Ross

60.00

Reynoso, Raymond

39.47

Rhodes, Matthew

12.79

Riddle, Campbell

31.17

Riggs, Austin

23.46

Rizzo, Luke

17.11

Robertson, Corbin

27.85

Rodriquez -Trammell, Noah

27.63

Rosenberry, James

57.58

Rossback, Nolan

2.06

Rovetti, Nicholas

22.35

Rubio, Tre

 DNP 

Rudolph, Jake

28.77

Sage, Maxwell

12.64

Samarzich, Simon

55.07

Sanchez, Jaden

18.42

Sather, Neo

15.73

Satnan, Chaz

 DNP 

Schwindt, Cody

12.99

Serapiglia, Dom

34.25

Shadley, Oscar

38.46

Sharp, Aidan

21.52

Shaw, Tyler

10.71

Shefland, DJ

18.92

Shimko, Joseph

10.00

Shirley, Ben

17.81

Short, Cooper

35.62

Shottenkirk, Kaleb

10.00

Simmons, Reed

13.95

Sivore, Timothy

25.93

Skinner, Quentin

60.29

Sleeper, JT

2.06

Sleeper, Landon

15.12

Snyder, Hayden

16.30

Springer, Tyler

22.22

Stewart, Cole

12.35

Stover, Will

40.63

Suter, Rhys

 DNP 

Suzuki, Joshua

21.92

Symes, Kyle

5.68

Szczesniak, Patrick

13.95

Tamayo, Adrian

20.48

Taylor, Billy

48.48

Taylor, Steven

38.16

Thayer, Ace

16.67

Thomas, Karson

51.47

Tibbetts, Nick

24.36

Tokos, Matthew

18.67

Tokos, Michael

7.22

Toothman, Andrew

50.00

Townsend, James

25.33

Tucker, Wyatt

19.48

Turner, Noah

44.29

Twining, Jacob

 DNP 

Van Der Brink, Dylan

20.00

Vance, Ryder

21.52

Vasquez, Jesse

18.18

Vega, JC

18.60

Villarreal, Tony

34.94

Vines, Kent

43.42

Vinson, Michael

18.99

Vojvodich, Michael

12.05

Voyles, Cole

20.51

Wagner, William

33.75

Walker, Jacob

42.47

Walker, Ryan

6.38

Walsh, George

11.25

Walsh, Ryan

21.25

Walsh, Scott

24.00

Warn, Pierce

23.08

Warren, Ethan

17.86

Washburn, Johnathan

17.50

Watson, Brendan

18.07

Wells, Andrew

6.67

Wells, Ethan

10.47

Weneta, Nathan

33.33

White, Cody

14.12

White, Justin

25.29

Whitfield, Chase

24.14

Williams, Bailey

15.12

Williams, Tanner

14.77

Willis, Ethan

24.00

Wise, Drew

42.03

Wiysel, Joseph

11.11

Wojciechowski, Mike

22.92

Wood, Camren

32.00

Worthen, Jackson

28.05

Yanagi, Peyton

16.46

Yeager, Grayson

25.61

Zuhr, Jacob

16.05

 

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

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

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

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VEGAS XXIX 40 Yard Dash Times

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

VEGAS XXIX Groups

 

NAME

40 Time

Abrell, Erik

5.43

Aguilar, Ryan

5.28

Allen, Cody

 DNP 

Aloni, Matthew

5.77

Anderson, Koltin

 DNP 

Anthony, Enzo

5.89

Appio, Zachary

5.06

Applefield, Alex

5.82

Arroyo, Ross

6.09

Assel, Brock

5.52

Babcock, Justin

4.84

Baker, Braxton

5.55

Baldeck, Matt

5.43

Bareis, Will

5.80

Bastuga, Michael

6.97

Battles, Karsten

5.32

Beattie, Brendan

5.11

Becker, Chad

5.22

Becker, Hunter

6.65

Bedell, Derek

5.59

Bennett, Codey

5.31

Bentley, Brendan

5.45

Bergeron, Johnny

6.41

Betten, Lucas

5.37

Black, Dylan

5.08

Boan, Andrew

5.86

Boan, David

5.39

Boudreaux, Murphy

5.27

Bourque, Phillip

6.07

Bouwens, Bryce

 DNP 

Bowden, Peter

5.36

Bowles, Michael

6.89

Bozanich, Ryan

5.12

Broussard, Grayson

5.86

Bursell, John

 DNP 

Burson, Hunter

5.22

Cahill, Kevin

5.22

Calcagno, Joe

5.35

Caldwell, Noah

 DNP 

Campbell, Gavin

5.15

Cannon, Zach

5.48

Casasante, Jac

4.75

Casillas, Mark

5.68

Castano, Zac

4.96

Castro, Dylan

5.91

Cervantes, Gabriel

5.60

Cesta, Domenic

5.16

Chason, Bryce

 DNP 

Chestnut, George

5.50

Christensen, Kyle

5.81

Clark, Jayden

5.21

Clements, Cody

5.98

Clore, Chris

5.43

Cobb, William

5.41

Cognetti, Dustin

5.51

Coulson, Bryce

 DNP 

Covan, AJ

5.51

Crabtree, Kevin

5.20

Culbertson, Ryan

 DNP 

Derosier, Charles

5.55

Dixon, Danny

5.75

Domingo, Andrew

5.10

Dragna, Andrea

5.00

Drevno, Zack

5.50

Dunagan, Payton

5.34

Durham, Nate

5.76

Durr, James

5.52

Durschlag, Max

5.02

Dvorchik, Evan

5.53

Dyer, Kellen

5.68

Edwards, Zach

5.00

Elmore, Luke

5.31

Estrada, Aaron

5.37

Eury, Marshall

5.13

Farris, John

5.82

Fiene, Robert

5.29

Fontana, Alexander

5.96

Fridolfs, Hunter

5.36

Fuentes, Johnny

5.58

Gable, Trey

5.43

Gaines, Ron

6.54

Gambs, Charles

6.01

Gannon, Matthew

5.33

Garcia, Jacob

6.13

Garcia, Matt

5.17

Gates, Breck

 DNP 

George, Brad

5.24

Gibbs, Kyle

4.97

Gibson, Evan

 DNP 

Gibson, Jake

5.41

Gill, Tuck

5.52

Golden, Maddie

4.82

Gonneville, Andrew

5.27

Green, Steven

5.08

Grotelueschen, Trent

 DNP 

Guillemette, Adam

5.07

Hadley, Jack

5.61

Hahn, Derek

5.77

Hall, Dillon

5.14

Hall, Mitch

5.28

Hall, Nathan

5.94

Hallacy, Brendan

 DNP 

Halper, Jack

4.65

Hanken, Will

 DNP 

Hankins, Justyce

5.47

Hanstein, Hunter

5.27

Hatcher, Philip

5.22

Hathoot, Justin

 DNP 

Hawkins, Kameron

6.25

Hayes, Dillon

5.37

Heffel, Zach

5.78

Hembrough, Matt

5.10

Higgins, Grant

5.49

Hinders, Ross

5.05

Hirsch, Josiah

5.68

Hoffman, Harrison

5.41

Hood, Hayden

5.30

Hooker, Blake

5.80

Hooper, Devon

5.85

Hooper, Jesse

5.61

Howell, Noah

5.66

Hudak, Ethan

5.11

Hudgins, Frank

5.52

Hughes, Jack

 DNP 

Hughes, Joseph

5.66

Jacobson, Jarrod

5.38

James, Clay

5.21

Jenkins, Eli

 DNP 

Jenkins, Zach

5.35

Jennings, Evan

5.81

Johnson, Logan

5.03

Johnson, Nico

5.47

Johnstone, Christian

5.13

Kaye, Griffin

5.10

Keaton, Tyler

5.42

Kelleher, Kasey

5.50

Kent, Chris

7.00

Key, Jarrett

5.56

King, Cameron

4.94

King, Gage

5.30

King, Zach

5.86

Kobs, Josh

 DNP 

La Rouche, Conor

5.56

Landherr, Jack

5.31

Langan, Ryan

5.11

Lassiter, Zach

5.23

Lau, Dean

4.83

Lawless, Paul

5.25

Lawver, Caleb

5.50

Lindsay, JJ

5.77

Lipel, Jonah

 DNP 

Little, Drew

5.48

Livingston, Aidan

5.56

Long, Alex

 DNP 

Long, Cade

5.09

MacDonald, Logan

5.49

Maningo, Zane

 DNP 

Manning, Dillon

5.14

Mayo, Darryl

5.03

McCaffrey, Chris

5.89

McCauley, Declan

5.42

McCauley, Jack

5.58

McCormack, Nate

6.57

McCracken, Zane

5.30

McCullough, Roen

5.27

McCully, TJ

5.26

McInerney, Patrick

5.08

McPherson, Chase

5.67

Melgarejo, Frank

5.09

Michaelsen, Alex

5.25

Milliron, Brennen

4.99

Mimoun, Jacob

5.69

Mitchell, Will

5.74

Montoya, Jacob

5.27

Morton, John

6.39

Moses, Chandler

5.34

Mosier, Austin

5.49

Munoz, Michael

5.98

Nelson, Chancelor

4.90

Newsome, Matthew

5.25

Nieland, Max

5.47

Noth, Devin

4.87

O’Connor, Kyle

5.65

O’Steen, Brian

5.36

Ortega, Austin

5.29

Osthus, Luke

5.86

Pagel, Jake

5.21

Pak, AIdan

4.99

Pallissard, Turner

DNP

Palmer, Blaise

5.89

Palmer, Dallas

5.19

Payne, Luke

6.05

Pedrozo, Jude

 DNP 

Petrucci, Kyle

5.67

Pfeiffer, Cayson

5.36

Pickett, Coy

6.35

Plattner, Randen

5.28

Prevette, Davis

5.97

Pugh, Gabriel

5.74

Purcell, Ryan

5.85

Raines, John

5.66

Rea, Brian

5.62

Reeves, Austin

5.12

Reiter, Ross

5.38

Reynoso, Raymond

5.55

Rhodes, Matthew

5.74

Riddle, Campbell

5.44

Riggs, Austin

5.19

Rizzo, Luke

5.44

Robertson, Corbin

5.56

Rodriquez -Trammell, Noah

5.19

Rosenberry, James

5.47

Rossback, Nolan

6.06

Rovetti, Nicholas

5.58

Rubio, Tre

 DNP 

Rudolph, Jake

4.93

Sage, Maxwell

5.27

Samarzich, Simon

5.14

Sanchez, Jaden

4.87

Sather, Neo

5.49

Satnan, Chaz

 DNP 

Schwindt, Cody

5.21

Serapiglia, Dom

 DNP 

Shadley, Oscar

4.99

Sharp, Aidan

5.16

Shaw, Tyler

5.48

Shefland, DJ

5.47

Shimko, Joseph

4.96

Shirley, Ben

5.25

Short, Cooper

5.56

Shottenkirk, Kaleb

6.34

Simmons, Reed

5.82

Sivore, Timothy

5.52

Skinner, Quentin

5.23

Sleeper, JT

6.30

Sleeper, Landon

5.30

Snyder, Hayden

5.65

Springer, Tyler

4.90

Stewart, Cole

5.02

Stover, Will

5.34

Suter, Rhys

 DNP 

Suzuki, Joshua

5.24

Symes, Kyle

4.78

Szczesniak, Patrick

5.08

Tamayo, Adrian

5.27

Taylor, Billy

4.75

Taylor, Steven

5.34

Thayer, Ace

5.28

Thomas, Karson

5.44

Tibbetts, Nick

4.78

Tokos, Matthew

5.50

Tokos, Michael

5.29

Toothman, Andrew

6.21

Townsend, James

5.00

Tucker, Wyatt

5.16

Turner, Noah

5.35

Twining, Jacob

 DNP 

Van Der Brink, Dylan

5.53

Vance, Ryder

5.00

Vasquez, Jesse

5.78

Vega, JC

 DNP 

Villarreal, Tony

 DNP 

Vines, Kent

5.80

Vinson, Michael

5.39

Vojvodich, Michael

4.98

Voyles, Cole

5.08

Wagner, William

5.38

Walker, Jacob

6.14

Walker, Ryan

5.62

Walsh, George

5.70

Walsh, Ryan

5.22

Walsh, Scott

5.58

Warn, Pierce

5.27

Warren, Ethan

5.12

Washburn, Johnathan

5.49

Watson, Brendan

5.14

Wells, Andrew

4.92

Wells, Ethan

5.70

Weneta, Nathan

4.90

White, Cody

5.74

White, Justin

7.39

Whitfield, Chase

5.37

Williams, Bailey

5.35

Williams, Tanner

5.03

Willis, Ethan

5.42

Wise, Drew

5.14

Wiysel, Joseph

5.12

Wojciechowski, Mike

5.85

Wood, Camren

5.19

Worthen, Jackson

5.40

Yanagi, Peyton

5.55

Yeager, Grayson

5.43

Zuhr, Jacob

5.78

 

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

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

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

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New Prep Camp Format!

You asked for it, you got it!

The Prep Camps will now be run from 8:30 am to 12 pm and will be specifically formatted to get the Long Snapper completely ready for VEGAS XXIX.

You will literally do everything at the Prep Camp as you would in VEGAS. The day will be quicker and the cost will be lower.

For more information on the CA Prep Camp, go HERE

For more information on the TX Prep Camp, go HERE

For more information on the GA Prep Camp, go HERE

See you soon and be ready for the biggest and best VEGAS, ever!

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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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2nd Annual Rubio Long Snapper George Steward Award

Steward, GeorgeTo honor Rubio Long Snapper George Steward, let’s do this again!

If you have been following me on social media the past year, you know that the Rubio Long Snapping family suffered a terrible loss with the tragic death of Rubio Long Snapper George Steward one year ago today.

George was simply waiting at an intersection, with his long time girlfriend, when an out of control car crushed his car and ended his, and his girlfriend’s lives. They were 18 years old.

If you knew George, even for a second, you knew he was always smiling and having a good time. His smile was infectious. He was a big man with a big heart and an even bigger smile.

George was the perfect reflection of a Rubio Long Snapper.

I have spoken to his mom several times over the past couple of years. She is obviously extremely distraught over what has occurred but wants George to live on with Rubio Long Snapping. She told me he was extremely proud to be a Rubio Long Snapper (look at his graduation announcement) and was always in a Rubio shirt.

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George’s mom, Adrienne De La Fuente, wants to create a VEGAS scholarship in George’s name. She wants to sponsor a deserving Long Snapper that wants to go to VEGAS but possibly doesn’t have the means. She asked me to create the criteria, so here we go….

WHO: Any Long Snapper from 7th grade to 2nd year of JC

WHAT: This award will go simply to a happy Long Snapper. In honor of George, who was ALWAYS smiling and happy, this award will go to someone on that same page. To enter, you need to include at least three pictures of you with a genuine smile. Three more with you around others smiling and two letters of recommendation (yup, you guessed it, just stating you are happy person) from a family member and someone at your school.

WHEN: All entries must be in my hand by November 14th. Now, to make things easier this year, they can be mailed OR scanned and emailed to me at Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com

WHERE: All entries must be mailed to me at the following address:
Rubio Long Snapping
1104 Richardson Ave.
Lewiston, ID. 83501

If you win this award but have already signed up for VEGAS XXIX, I will push your win to VEGAS 30!

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UPDATE!!!!

jaden-sanchez8209And the winner, chosen by George’s mother Adrienne, is going to be Rubio Long Snapper Jaden Sanchez!

Here is just one testimonial about Jaden and his smile…

“Jaden Sanchez, a freshman at Bakersfield High School and 14 years old, sounds a lot like George… always smiling.  Jaden’s smile is infectious and makes everyone around him happier.  Jaden has faced many obstacles in his life but nothing keeps him from having that huge smile on his face.  Finding out about 4 years ago that he was diagnosed with alopecia and loosing every hair on his body was hard for him but he still found a way to stay positive and always had/has a smile on his face.  We would be at the dermatologist’s office with him and even when going thorough treatments and getting 16 shots in his head, I remember him having a smile on his face.  Jaden is a great young man with a great attitude on life… it shows in that awesome smile!”

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BIG Changes to the TOP 12 Camp!

Rubio top 12 CampAs you all know, at every January Vegas Event, Chris Sailer and I choose the TOP 12 Long Snappers, Kickers and Punters. Then, at our May Vegas Event, Sailer and I choose the “Event Elite” which is made up of the top Long Snappers, Kickers and Punters over the weekend. Together, they combine and form the exclusive TOP 12 & EVENT ELITE camp during the summer. This is the cream of the crop talent wise and over 90% of these athletes end up in college with many headed off to the NFL.

This year, things will be different….MUCH different.

In order to create the maximum amount of targeted exposure for our athletes we have decided to make a few changes. These new changes will allow us to showcase which Long Snappers, kickers, and punters are truly ready to compete at the next level.

At each of our Vegas Events, Vegas XXIX and Vegas 30, Sailer and I will select 20 athletes that dominated each camp and we feel could potentially be ready for the next level.

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

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

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

As soon as each Long Snapper, kicker, or punter receives their respective invitation to this prestigious camp, they will be mailed a black shirt with yellow writing. At the end of the camp, when we unveil the TOP 12, each one of those campers will receive the elusive yellow shirt AND a full special outfit designed by Adidas specifically for those campers.

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

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

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

VEGAS XXIX

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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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VEGAS XXVIII – SNAP TIMES

Here are the average snap times for each Long Snapper that participated at the VEGAS XXVIII Event

These snap times were done by Rubio and were done at 15 yards.

Abrell, Erik .85
Aguilar, Ryan .76
Allen, Daniel .89
Aloni, Matthew .85
Anderson, Koltin .85
Appio, Zach .74
Assel, Brock .96
Baldeck, Matthew .79
Baty, Ramsey .98
Becker, Hunter .90
Bedell, Derrick .96
Bentley, Brendan. .82
Biby, Blake .77
Black, Dylan .76
Blankenship, Reeves .82
Bond, Jackson .94
Bouwens, Bryce .89
Burson, Hunter 1.00
Calcagno, Joe .72
Caldwell, Noah .78
Campbell, Gavin .85
Castro, Dylan .80
Cervantes, Gabe .86
Christian, Joe .84
Clements, Cody .82
Clore, Chris .85
Coluzzi, Marshall .77
Combs, Kanyon .74
Corley, Trey .86
Cotton, Joseph .79
Covan, AJ .86
Crabtree, Kevin .74
Culbertson, Ryan .83
Daniel, Gunner .83
Davis, John .78
Davis, Kyle .70
Derosier, Charles .87
Dhabalt, Trevor .64
Drevno, Zach .82
Durham, Nate .77
Dvorchick, Evan .82
Eckelberg, Kyle .83
Edwards, Zachary .82
Eldrige, Donte 1.01
England, Zach .79
Estrada, Aaron 0.86
Finnicum, Connor .85
Fletcher, Thomas .63
Fuentes, Johnny .79
Gabe Hantz .78
Gable, Trey .90
Gaines, Ronald .80
Garcia, Matt .91
Battles, Karsten .74
Gean, Austin .86
George, Brad 1.02
Gibbs, Kyle .70
Gibson, Jake .80
Gill, Tucker .81
Golden, Maddie .76
Grant, Zac 0.77
Green, Steven .83
Hadley, Jack .77
Haina, Keith .82
Hall, Mitch .70
Hall, Spencer .90
Halper, Jack .87
Hankins, Justyce .83
HATHOOT, JUSTIN 0.83
Haugh, Doug .84
Hawkins, Kameron .99
Hayes, Dillon .84
Helfrich, Paul 0.86
Hembrough, Matt .76
Hobson, Andrew 1.06
Hood, Hayden .86
Hooper, Jesse .80
Imrem, Kuper .90
Jacobson, Jarrod 0
Jenkins, Eli .87
Jennings, Evan .91
Jeronimo, Jesse .97
Kallerup, Nick .89
Key, Jarrett .76
Kobs, Joshua .83
Kozachecnko, James .78
Kresovich, Nikola .82
Lacilento, Michael .89
Lang, Cameron .87
Langan, Ryan .78
Lau, Dean .92
Lawless, Paul .82
Lawver, Caleb .77
Lindsay, JJ 1.01
Little, Drew 90
Long, Cade 75
Low, Nick 81
Maldonado, Michael 85
Mast, Shiloh 82
McCardel, Dylan 88
McCracken, Zane 93
McCulley, TJ 98
McCullough, Roen 74
McKee, Caleb 83
McMullen, Eli 81
Michaelsen, Alex 77
Miller, Joe 87
Miller, Luke 90
Mimoun, Jacob 80
Mitchell, Will 112
Montoya, Jacob 99
Mullis, Tucker 82
Nieland, Max 83
Noth, Devin 80
O’Connor, Kyle 72
O’Donnel, Tim 85
Pagel, Jake 69
Palmer, Dallas 84
Pedrozo, Jude 73
Peterson, Ty 91
Petrucci, Kyle 88
Phillips, Crewe 93
Pighetti, Connor 81
Potter, Jacob 76
Raines, John 77
Reeves, Austin 80
Reiter, Ross 72
Riddle, Campbell 89
Riggs, Austin 93
Rios, George 86
Rizzo, Luke 90
Robertson, Corbin  .81
Rockwell, Ryan 91
Rodrigues, Mario 74
Rodriguez-Trammell, Noah 77
Rosenberry, James 78
Rossback, Nolan 118
Rovetti, Nick 97
Rubenstein, Jacob 82
Rubio, Tre 89
Ruff, Ryan 88
Sablan, Trevor 97
Samarzich, Simon 82
Satnan, Chaz 74
Shadley, Oscar 72
Shottenkirk, Kaleb 131
Sivore, Timothy 90
Skinner, Quentin 78
Sleeper, Landon 85
Smith, Derek 80
Smith, Matthew “Smitty” 75
Snodgrass, Peter 85
Springer, Collin 88
Stephenson, Quinn 82
Stewart, Cole 79
Stover, William 75
Sullivan, Austin 90
Tamborello, Trevor 99
Taylor, Billy 75
Taylor, Steven 77
Tebbets, Carson 85
Thomas, Karson 82
Tibbets, Nick 82
Tokos, Matt 84
Toothman, Andrew 74
Townsend, James 83
Turner, Noah 72
Twining, Jake 93
Vega, JC 77
Walsh, Scott 103
Waneta, Nathan 80
Watson, Brenden 75
Wise, Drew 79
Wojciechowski, Mike 96
Worthen, Jackson 92
Yanagi, Peyton 80
Yester, Slade 89

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r4ubio5Rubio 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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VEGAS XXVIII – RSI SCORES

Here are the RSI’s from VEGAS XXVIII!

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

NAME RSI
Abrell, Erik 17.58
Aguilar, Ryan 23.05
Allen, Daniel 10.23
Aloni, Matthew 16.28
Anderson, Koltin 23.46
Appio, Zach 32.38
Assel, Brock 22.89
Baldeck, Matthew 30.64
Battles, Karsten 14.81
Baty, Ramsey 3.03
Becker, Hunter 15.29
Bedell, Derek 11.49
Bentley, Brendan 15.92
Biby, Blake 12.13
Black, Dylan 19.72
Blankenship, Reeves 33.58
Bond, Jackson 8.79
Bouwens, Bryce 11.11
Burson, Hunter 10
Calcagno, Joe 31.14
Caldwell, Noah 31.03
Campbell, Gavin 19.75
Castro, Dylan 30.64
Cervantes, Gabe 12.2
Christian, Joe  14.66
Clements, Cody 20.18
Clore, Chris 20.49
Coluzzi, Marshall 44.67
Combs, Kanyon  25.43
Corley, Trey 18.75
Cotton, Joseph 7.41
Covan, AJ 46.16
Crabtree, Kevin 35.43
Culbertson, Ryan 39.62
Daniel, Gunner 28.32
Davis, John 24.37
Davis, Kyle 35.08
DeRosier, Charles 34.05
Dhabalt, Trevor 30.64
Drevno, Zach 25
Durham, Nate 21.74
Dvorchick, Evan 13.41
Eckelberg, Kyle 11.25
Edwards, Zachary 19.75
Eldredge, Donte 17.24
England, Zach 13.58
Estrada, Aaron 14.46
Finnicum, Connor 27.64
Fletcher, Thomas 53.69
Fuentes, Johnny 25.68
Gable, Trey 6.02
Gaines, Ronald 16.67
Gambs, Charlie
Garcia, Matt 7.32
Gean, Austin 9.09
George, Brad 17.44
Gibbs, Kyle 24.55
Gibson, Jake 13.75
Gill, Tucker 25.68
Golden, Maddie 21.14
Grant, Zac 33.58
Green, Steven 26.25
Hadley, Jack 36.39
Haina, Keith 35.33
Hall, Mitch 38.72
Hall, Spencer 3.13
Halper, Jack 24.66
Hankins, Justyce 12.94
Hantz, Gabe 23.79
Hathoot, Justin 27.64
Haugh, Doug 11.11
Hawkins, Kameron 8.7
Hayes, Dillon 41.5
Helfrich, Paul 21.23
Hembrough, Matt 20.42
Hobson, Andrew 11.9
Hood, Hayden 18.46
Hooper, Jesse 17.5
Imrem, Kuper 9.47
Jacobson, Jarrod 29.63
Jenkins, Eli 16.05
Jennings, Evan 10.11
Jeronimo, Jesse 27.59
Kallerup, Nick 14.81
Key, Jarrett 16.47
Kobs, Joshua 13.54
Kozachecnko, James 19.11
Kresovich, Nikola 4.6
Lacilento, Michael 8.33
Lang, Cameron 15.56
Langan, Ryan 8.43
Lau, Dean 6.52
Lawless, Paul 26.86
Lawver, Caleb 28.66
Lindsay, JJ 5.26
Little, Drew 22.62
Long, Cade 58.29
Low, Nick 23.72
Maldonado, Michael 8.75
Mast, Shiloh 39.62
Mayo, Darryl
McCardel, Dylan 16.47
McCracken, Zane 13.41
McCulley, TJ 21.17
McCullough, Roen 44.81
McKee, Caleb 7.06
McMullen, Eli 18.29
Michaelsen, Alex 22.25
Miller, Joe 16.87
Miller, Luke 23.79
Mimoun, Jacob 27
Mitchell, Will 9.57
Montoya, Jacob 16.3
Mullis, Tucker 10.84
Nieland, Max 47.24
Noth, Devin 33.17
O’Connor, Kyle  21.14
O’Donnel, Tim 16.09
Pagel, Jake 35.64
Palmer, Dallas 20.44
Pedrozo, Jude 48.03
Peterson, Ty 12.64
Petrucci, Kyle 22.25
Phillips, Crewe 5.21
Pighetti, Connor 16.47
Potter, Jacob 39.33
Raines, John 40.62
Reeves, Austin 32.67
Reiter, Ross 53.83
Riddle, Campbell 10
Riggs, Austin 5.38
Rios, George 10.84
Rizzo, Luke 29.27
Robertson, Corbin 13.79
Rockwell, Ryan 4.4
Rodrigues, Mario 24.78
Rodriguez-Trammell, Noah 26.68
Rosenberry, James 35.33
Rossback, Nolan 7.53
Rovetti, Nick 17.78
Rubenstein, Jacob 28.92
Rubio, Tre 34.05
Ruff, Ryan 11.09
Sablan, Trevor 11.11
Samarzich, Simon 40.48
Satnan, Chaz 32.38
Shadley, Oscar 22.06
Shottenkirk, Kaleb 2.59
Sivore, Timothy 17.24
Skinner, Quentin 23.75
Sleeper, Landon 6.25
Smith, Derek 4.94
Smith, Matthew 35.41
Snodgrass, Peter 23.18
Springer, Collin 29.27
Stephenson, Quinn 28.75
Stewart, Cole 16.1
Stover, William 19.75
Sullivan, Austin 15.66
Suter, Rhys
Tamborello, Trevor  6.59
Taylor, Billy 33.17
Taylor, Steven 38.27
Tebbetts, Carson 31.02
Thomas, Karson 30
Tibbets, Nick 15.48
Tokos, Matt 16.25
Toothman, Andrew 20.99
Townsend, James 19.28
Turner, Noah 49.21
Twining, Jake 5.56
Vega, JC 21.25
Walsh, Scott 23.33
Weneta, Nathan 33.17
Watson, Brenden 21.23
Westrich, Nate
Wise, Drew 26.97
Wojciechowski, Mike 4.26
Worthen, Jackson 11.49
Yanagi, Peyton 25.68
Yester, Slade 4.55

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r4ubio5Rubio 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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VEGAS XXVIII – Target Scores

Here are the scores from The Target at the Rubio Long Snapping VEGAS XXVIII Event on January 21-22, 2016.

Each Long Snapper was given 12 punt snaps and 12 pat snaps. Highest possible score is a 48. Cade Long (TN, ’18) broke the past record of a 35 with a 38!

Abrell, Erik 12
Aguilar, Ryan 16
Allen, Daniel 9
Aloni, Matthew 14
Anderson, Koltin 19
Appio, Zach 21
Assel, Brock 19
Baldeck, Matthew 17
Battles, Karsten 8
Baty, Ramsey 3
Becker, Hunter 13
Bedell, Derek 10
Bentley, Brendan 11
Biby, Blake 8
Black, Dylan 14
Blankenship, Reeves 24
Bond, Jackson 8
Bouwens, Bryce 9
Burson, Hunter 9
Calcagno, Joe 19
Caldwell, Noah 20
Campbell, Gavin 16
Castro, Dylan 17
Cervantes, Gabe 10
Christian, Joe  10
Clements, Cody 14
Clore, Chris 10
Coluzzi, Marshall 29
Combs, Kanyon  15
Corley, Trey 15
Cotton, Joseph 6
Covan, AJ 34
Crabtree, Kevin 22
Culbertson, Ryan 26
Daniel, Gunner 20
Davis, John 17
Davis, Kyle 23
DeRosier, Charles 25
Dhabalt, Trevor 17
Drevno, Zach 20
Durham, Nate 15
Dvorchick, Evan 11
Eckelberg, Kyle 9
Edwards, Zachary 16
Eldredge, Donte 15
England, Zach 11
Estrada, Aaron 12
Finnicum, Connor 20
Fletcher, Thomas 31
Fuentes, Johnny 18
Gable, Trey 5
Gaines, Ronald 11
Gambs, Charlie
Garcia, Matt 6
Gean, Austin 8
George, Brad 15
Gibbs, Kyle 15
Gibson, Jake 11
Gill, Tucker 18
Golden, Maddie 12
Grant, Zac 21
Green, Steven 21
Hadley, Jack 23
Haina, Keith 25
Hall, Mitch 25
Hall, Spencer 3
Halper, Jack 17
Hankins, Justyce 11
Hantz, Gabe 17
Hathoot, Justin 20
Haugh, Doug 9
Hawkins, Kameron 8
Hayes, Dillon 27
Helfrich, Paul 15
Hembrough, Matt 14
Hobson, Andrew 10
Hood, Hayden 13
Hooper, Jesse 14
Imrem, Kuper 9
Jacobson, Jarrod 21
Jenkins, Eli 13
Jennings, Evan 9
Jeronimo, Jesse 24
Kallerup, Nick 12
Key, Jarrett 11
Kobs, Joshua 9
Kozachecnko, James 13
Kresovich, Nikola 2
Lacilento, Michael 7
Lang, Cameron 14
Langan, Ryan 7
Lau, Dean 6
Lawless, Paul 16
Lawver, Caleb 18
Lindsay, JJ 5
Little, Drew 19
Long, Cade 38
Low, Nick 14
Maldonado, Michael 7
Mast, Shiloh 26
Mayo, Darryl
McCardel, Dylan 14
McCracken, Zane 11
McCulley, TJ 18
McCullough, Roen 26
McKee, Caleb 4
McMullen, Eli 15
Michaelsen, Alex 16
Miller, Joe 14
Miller, Luke 17
Mimoun, Jacob 19
Mitchell, Will 9
Montoya, Jacob 15
Mullis, Tucker 9
Nieland, Max 32
Noth, Devin 24
O’Connor, Kyle  12
O’Donnel, Tim 14
Pagel, Jake 19
Palmer, Dallas 12
Pedrozo, Jude 29
Peterson, Ty 11
Petrucci, Kyle 16
Phillips, Crewe 5
Pighetti, Connor 11
Potter, Jacob 22
Raines, John 26
Reeves, Austin 23
Reiter, Ross 33
Riddle, Campbell 8
Riggs, Austin 5
Rios, George 9
Rizzo, Luke 24
Robertson, Corbin 12
Rockwell, Ryan 4
Rodrigues, Mario 18
Rodriguez-Trammell, Noah 19
Rosenberry, James 25
Rossback, Nolan 7
Rovetti, Nick 16
Rubenstein, Jacob 24
Rubio, Tre 25
Ruff, Ryan 7
Sablan, Trevor 10
Samarzich, Simon 27
Satnan, Chaz 21
Shadley, Oscar 13
Shottenkirk, Kaleb 3
Sivore, Timothy 15
Skinner, Quentin 19
Sleeper, Landon 6
Smith, Derek 4
Smith, Matthew 20
Snodgrass, Peter 14
Springer, Collin 21
Stephenson, Quinn 23
Stewart, Cole 11
Stover, William 16
Sullivan, Austin 13
Suter, Rhys
Tamborello, Trevor  6
Taylor, Billy 21
Taylor, Steven 31
Tebbetts, Carson 20
Thomas, Karson 21
Tibbets, Nick 13
Tokos, Matt 13
Toothman, Andrew 17
Townsend, James 16
Turner, Noah 33
Twining, Jake 5
Vega, JC 17
Walsh, Scott 21
Weneta, Nathan 24
Watson, Brenden 15
Westrich, Nate
Wise, Drew 17
Wojciechowski, Mike 4
Worthen, Jackson 10
Yanagi, Peyton 18
Yester, Slade 4

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r4ubio5Rubio 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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VEGAS XXVIII – 40 Times

Here are the 40 yard dash times from the Rubio Long Snapping VEGAS XXVIII Event on May 21-22, 2016.

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Abrell, Erik 5.54
Aguilar, Ryan 5.3
Allen, Daniel 5.53
Aloni, Matthew 5.7
Anderson, Koltin 5.59
Appio, Zach 5.2
Assel, Brock 6.29
Baldeck, Matthew 5.31
Battles, Karsten 5.32
Baty, Ramsey 5.17
Becker, Hunter 6.6
Bedell, Derek 5.79
Bentley, Brendan 5.74
Biby, Blake 5.36
Black, Dylan 5.27
Blankenship, Reeves 5.6
Bond, Jackson 5.35
Bouwens, Bryce 5.77
Burson, Hunter 5.62
Calcagno, Joe 5.51
Caldwell, Noah 5.5
Campbell, Gavin 5.19
Castro, Dylan 6.13
Cervantes, Gabe 5.5
Christian, Joe 5.21
Clements, Cody 5.99
Clore, Chris 5.6
Coluzzi, Marshall 5.27
Combs, Kanyon 5.45
Corley, Trey 5.27
Cotton, Joseph 5.02
Covan, AJ 5.72
Crabtree, Kevin 5.4
Culbertson, Ryan 4.99
Daniel, Gunner 5.58
Davis, John 5.33
Davis, Kyle 5.43
DeRosier, Charles 6.05
Dhabalt, Trevor 5.03
Drevno, Zach 5.62
Durham, Nate 5.57
Dvorchick, Evan 5.48
Eckelberg, Kyle 5.8
Edwards, Zachary 5.04
Eldredge, Donte 5.72
England, Zach 5.33
Estrada, Aaron 5.47
Finnicum, Connor 5.14
Fletcher, Thomas 5.1
Fuentes, Johnny 5.6
Gabe Hantz 5.68
Gable, Trey 5.32
Gaines, Ronald 6.89
Gambs, Charlie NO TIME
Garcia, Matt 5.74
Gean, Austin 5.01
George, Brad 5.67
Gibbs, Kyle 4.92
Gibson, Jake 5.33
Gill, Tucker 5.65
Golden, Maddie 5.08
Grant, Zac 5.39
Green, Steven 5.14
Hadley, Jack 5.91
Haina, Keith 5.25
Hall, Mitch 5.37
Hall, Spencer 5.29
Halper, Jack 5.02
Hankins, Justyce 5.32
Hathoot, Justin 5.2
Haugh, Doug 5.12
Hawkins, Kameron 6.86
Hayes, Dillon 5.63
Helfrich, Paul 5.97
Hembrough, Matt 5.14
Hobson, Andrew 5.31
Hood, Hayden 5.29
Hooper, Jesse 5.52
Imrem, Kuper 5.82
Jacobson, Jarrod 5.35
Jenkins, Eli NO TIME
Jennings, Evan 6.07
Jeronimo, Jesse 5.66
Kallerup, Nick 5.36
Key, Jarrett 5.78
Kobs, Joshua 5.11
Kozachecnko, James 5.13
Kresovich, Nikola 5.57
Lacilento, Michael 5.68
Lang, Cameron 4.82
Langan, Ryan 5.08
Lau, Dean 4.99
Lawless, Paul 5.37
Lawver, Caleb 5.63
Lindsay, JJ 6.51
Little, Drew 5.7
Long, Cade 5.15
Low, Nick 5.66
Maldonado, Michael 5.3
Mast, Shiloh 5.45
Mayo, Darryl NO TIME
McCardel, Dylan 5.45
McCracken, Zane 5.5
McCulley, TJ 5.33
McCullough, Roen 5.44
McKee, Caleb 5.02
McMullen, Eli 5.19
Michaelsen, Alex NO TIME
Miller, Joe 5.78
Miller, Luke 5.07
Mimoun, Jacob 5.31
Mitchell, Will 6
Montoya, Jacob 5.32
Mullis, Tucker 5.32
Nieland, Max 5.57
Noth, Devin 5.19
O’Connor, Kyle 5.49
O’Donnel, Tim 4.94
Pagel, Jake 5.19
Palmer, Dallas 5.38
Pedrozo, Jude 5.13
Peterson, Ty 5.37
Petrucci, Kyle 5.95
Phillips, Crewe 5.63
Pighetti, Connor 5.7
Potter, Jacob 5.81
Raines, John 6.28
Reeves, Austin 5.09
Reiter, Ross 5.63
Riddle, Campbell 5.58
Riggs, Austin 5.34
Rios, George 5.18
Rizzo, Luke 5.72
Robertson, Corbin 6.24
Rockwell, Ryan 4.83
Rodrigues, Mario 5.08
Rodriguez-Trammell, Noah 5.23
Rosenberry, James 5.33
Rossback, Nolan 6.58
Rovetti, Nick 5.64
Rubenstein, Jacob 5.72
Rubio, Tre 6.24
Ruff, Ryan 5.38
Sablan, Trevor 5.85
Samarzich, Simon 5.48
Satnan, Chaz 5.56
Shadley, Oscar 5.29
Shottenkirk, Kaleb 6.66
Sivore, Timothy 5.85
Skinner, Quentin 5.47
Sleeper, Landon 5.39
Smith, Derek 5.43
Smith, Matthew 4.97
Snodgrass, Peter 4.98
Springer, Collin 5.48
Stephenson, Quinn 5.01
Stewart, Cole 5.19
Stover, William 5.19
Sullivan, Austin 5.59
Suter, Rhys NO TIME
Tamborello, Trevor 5.13
Taylor, Billy 5.13
Taylor, Steven 5.19
Tebbetts, Carson 5.53
Thomas, Karson 5.47
Tibbets, Nick 5.04
Tokos, Matt 5.72
Toothman, Andrew 6.11
Townsend, James 5.28
Turner, Noah 5.46
Twining, Jake 5.22
Vega, JC 4.91
Walsh, Scott 5.56
Waneta, Nathan 4.9
Watson, Brenden 5.47
Westrich, Nate NO TIME
Wise, Drew 5.14
Wojciechowski, Mike 5.82
Worthen, Jackson 5.74
Yanagi, Peyton 5.54
Yester, Slade 5.29

Be ready, it will be here in just over 230 days!!!!

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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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Preparing for VEGAS XXVIII

VEGAS XXVIII (the 2nd largest Long Snapping event in the world, our January event is the 1st) is taking place on May 21-22, 2016 and there are a couple key things to know as we head into that weekend.

  1. CONFIRMATION EMAILS with basic details of the weekend will be sent out on Monday, May 16th. Be on the lookout and if you are registered, but don’t get one, let us know ASAP!
  2. The VEGAS XXVIII PACKET (this will have ALL of the weekends information in GREAT detail) will be emailed to you as a PDF on Thursday, May 19th. This will be your baby for the whole weekend. We decided it was best to let you have them as a file in your email, instead of printed out for several reasons (no need to make copies, you can’t lose this one, it will be on your phones which are always with you). We will NOT be printing any packets out so if you do want it printed out, you will need to do that yourself.

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CONTEST FOR A FREE VEGAS XXVIII

Long Snappers are obviously incredible athletes built with dashing good looks, but are they also creative and intelligent?Obvious answer is YES, but let’s see what we are dealing with throughout the world.

Every Vegas, I try to have a contest to give away a FREE admission to my Vegas Event. This year will be no different.

And, since I know my Long Snappers can tend to be a bit apprehensive about doing any extra work, I have created a contest with the least amount of work in the history of Rubio Long Snapping.

RUBIO LONG SNAPPING HAIKU CONTEST

WHO: Any Long Snapper ranging from 8th grade to second year of JC that would like a chance to earn a FREE admission to VEGAS XXVIII!

WHAT: You must create an original Haiku (s) that pertains to Long Snapping AND Vegas. For those of that don’t know, a Haiku is simply a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five. If you don’t know what a poem or a syllable is, bless your heart and start focusing more in school for the love of all that is holy.

Two examples of haikus would be…

Determination
Can make the impossible
Possible for all

A full day of fun
Lots of eating and resting
Football on the tube

PLEASE NOTE:

  • Be funny, be creative, don’t be bland. Stand out. Have fun with this “assignment”
  • You can enter ONLY one time, but can have a total of three haikus
  • Each haiku must be on the same page and must be hand-printed by the Long Snapper (if I can’t read it, it won’t get read). If you have one haiku, you will have just one page for me. If you have two haikus, you will have only one page for me. If you have three haikus, you will have only one page for me.
  • I will not accept faxed, emailed, scanned, texted or typed haikus
  • You must have them mailed to me (yes, in an envelope with a stamp on it) to…
    RUBIO
    1104 Richardson Ave.
    Lewiston, ID. 83501

WHEN: The entries must be in my mailbox by no later than March 16th, 2016. FYI: I do NOT live in a big city. Mail can take a looooong time to get to me. Plan ahead as I will NOT take any late entries.

WHERE: You must have them mailed to me (yes, in an envelope with a stamp on it) to…

RUBIO
1104 Richardson Ave.
Lewiston, ID. 83501

WHY: To earn a free admission to VEGAS XXVIII! The winner will be announced on March 21st, 2016 (early registration deadline). The winner will get their admission covered by me. The winner will still be responsible for travel and accommodations.

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UPDATE: The winner of the Rubio Long Snapping Haiku Contest for a FREE admission to VEGAS XXVIII in May is Landon Sleeper (TX, ’19)! Congratulations to him and his family! Here is his entry…

Glistening baldness
Telling me to poop on wrists
Snapping on the strip

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Survival Guide for Rubio Long Snapping Parents

A couple weeks ago, a Rubio Long Snapping mom named Ashely Culbertson asked if she could put together a survival guide for the parents. She stated that there is a ton that goes into being a parent at the camp and lots of stuff to be said. Given, I said “Let it rain!” and she did.

TREMENDOUS job by Ashely and definitely something to sit down and soak in.

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Survival Guide for Rubio Long Snapper/Chris Sailer Kicking Parents: 

Quick Reference for the BIG Questions to the Little Questions Most Parent/Guardians of LS and K/P have.

I’m just a mom. It sounds funny to say that out loud, as any parent knows being a parent is not for the faint of heart, so using the phrase “just a mom” is a HUGE understatement. Equally understated is to use the phrase “just the long snapper/kicker/punter.” So, go ahead and move past the “just” and recognize the vitally important role your son (or possibly daughter, but for the sake of time and space I’ll refer to the student athlete in the male form) plays on his team. Special teams, and specifically the long snapper and kicker/punter have, can, and will make or break a football game. I encourage you to go to www.chrissailerkicking.com and read more in depth blogs on this subject via the link to Rubio’s blog and Sailer’s blog. Another quick and extremely relevant example would be the 2014 college football season during which both regular season and bowl games had outcomes determined by the performance of special teams in the last few seconds. Now, moving forward, I’m just a mom and my kid’s just a long snapper, and the past year and a half has been one of the most exciting journeys…EVER…so buckle up buttercup, here we go!

Your First Rubio/Sailer Camp-

     1. This is typically the one day camp that is held closest to you. You probably googled long snapping or kicking instruction/technique, or heard of Rubio and/or Sailer by word of mouth, and now you’re all signed up for your first Rubio/Sailer Camp for your son. **Prepare to be blown away.** We were. My son had just finished his freshman season, having been pulled to the varsity team and become the starting long snapper for his high school football team. His high school is known for its football program in our state, and my son became a really big fish in a small pond literally overnight. He loved it. We, his parents, thought he was the best thing that had ever happened to long snapping. Once we got to that first camp, the “pond” suddenly got much, much bigger. That’s not to say my son wasn’t good, what I mean is we saw very quickly that if he wanted to get serious about football and college, there was work to be done.

          -This may or may not be your experience and that’s okay. Every situation is unique, and it’s important to take the suggestions that help.

          -You are going to be given A LOT of information. Relax! (You’ll find this to be a recurring theme throughout this experience.) Give it time and it will sink in. Also, Sailer and Rubio are two of the most open and receptive individuals/professionals when it comes to questions. A quick tip, though- after this first camp, when a question comes up, go to the website first. If you still can’t find an answer you are looking for, ask! 

     2. What do I need to take for camp?

Sounds a bit silly, but until you’ve been there, done that, (and now can even get the t-shirt), there are things I definitely would recommend having on hand that I never thought of in the beginning.

          -Wear comfortable clothes and shoes. You will be very involved in this experience and while I love my cute sandals and sundresses as much as the next mom (comfortable clothing applies to dads as well; choose clothes you’d wear when at home working with your son), this isn’t a beauty pageant. Get out your socks and tennis/running/athletic shoes, shorts, and a t-shirt and be ready to work and learn with your son.

          -Bring a chair, you’ll need to be in close proximity to the instruction. Usually that means on the sidelines until Sailer or Rubio call parents to the field. Standing all day or sitting on the grass/turf isn’t ideal.

          -If possible, bring a cooler with water. Water is ALWAYS provided, but if you’re at a camp in the heat of summer, a small cooler (even the soft, foldable ones) that can carry water bottles with ice/cold packs definitely comes in handy. Your athlete should be hydrating daily. The reality is, so should parents. If you or your athlete waits to take in water until thirsty, you’re doing it wrong. HYDRATE, HYDRATE, HYDRATE! If the camp isn’t close enough to drive to and you are flying, Google the nearest Dollar Store, Dollar General, WalMart, Target, etc. It’s worth the extra ten dollars to have cold water on hand. 

          -Sunscreen. You and your athlete will be outside (weather permitting) for the better part of eight hours. Even if the camp you and your athlete are attending is during one of the cooler months, you may need sunscreen. If it’s a summer camp and you enjoy having a nose, it’s a must.

          -You are going to have about an hour for lunch. Be prepared. Google restaurants close by that you can get in and out of quickly. Another option is bring lunch with you- think tailgating. This can be a good idea for several reasons: you don’t have to rush, your athlete has more time to relax and regroup, and you will likely have the opportunity to get to know others at the camp. It’s important to realize this group of young men will see each other again, and they are building friendships on the field, so build friendships with the parents around you. Be smart, though. If it’s 100* outside, go somewhere out of the heat for this break. Otherwise, I’m confident EMS will gladly take you somewhere cooler- just saying.

          -Bring your camera/phone. Rubio and Sailer are used to taking pictures with athletes at their camps at the end. Even if your kid isn’t big on pictures, DO IT. You’ll look back at some point and realize how far your kid has come, and you’ll be glad you did.

     3. Why does Rubio/Sailer know other kids’ names/parents/families? Will they remember my son? Are they even watching them?

          -Don’t flip out!! Some of the athletes and their families have been working with Rubio/Sailer for years. Just because they know some of the athletes immediately doesn’t mean they aren’t watching your kid. In fact, you just might hear them called by a nickname that will stick (ex. BaconHead, Oregon, MadDawg). Your son may get a “big daddy” thrown his way. This happens because they ARE noticing your kid, and while in that moment they may not use your athlete’s full name, they use these kinds of nicknames because that’s one of the ways they remember the athletes. You may also notice that your athlete is being photographed and videoed…a lot. Relax, Rubio and Sailer are noticing your son from the moment you walk up to the registration table until the moment you leave that afternoon (likely dragging, tired, a little overwhelmed by all the information you’ve been given, and definitely excited and motivated for the future).

           -Remember the big fish/small pond example? This is when you’ll probably realize that while your kid is talented, so are many other kids. Again, relax. At the end of the day, your son has just learned from the best, trained with the best, and been evaluated by the best. Once rankings/evaluations are posted, your athlete is going to have his strengths highlighted while also given constructive criticism. This part of the process ideally will encourage, motivate, and drive your son to put what he has learned to good use if he hasn’t already. Rubio has an excellent blog that explains how his rankings are done, so, again, go to the website, click on Rubio’s blog and search for how his rankings/evaluations are done. It’s fair, honest, and really quite easy to understand.

          -Be patient. Believe me when I say I understand, patience is not one of my virtues. However, Rubio and Sailer will tell the athletes and parents a date their rankings will come out. If you aren’t already, you and your athlete should follow, friend, like, etc. Sailer and Rubio on all social media sources. They will let everyone know via their blogs and social media that the rankings are up. 

     -Get familiar with social media- like yesterday. You will hear it, read it, and maybe wake up repeating it: Be sure your athlete is being appropriate when using social media. Colleges are watching and noting EVERYTHING your athlete is doing if they are a potential recruit. Think of it like Santa Claus (you better watch out…he knows when you’ve been bad or good so be good for goodness sake)- he’s everywhere! Does your kid want to play ball or lose a spot on a team over a retweet? If you don’t know what a retweet is, figure it out right now. 

How often should my son attend a Rubio/Sailer camp? Isn’t once enough? What about Vegas?

     1. I am a parent that looks for a really good reason to do something, I evaluate its worth as well as the sacrifice needed to obtain a goal. My son that I’ve referenced here has three siblings, so a great deal of thought has to go into these decisions. The following are my thoughts as a parent on this subject:

          -When preparing to have our son, my husband and I put a great deal of time and effort into being sure he would have the things he needed to thrive. While my husband (as a new dad) was awesome at helping, and he could change a diaper, the first few weeks of diaper changes were pretty comical. Sure, our son had a diaper on, but with practice he had a diaper on that didn’t fall off when we picked him up. Another example would be when our son got his learner’s permit to drive. He was very diligent about safety, and could get us from point A to B. But with practice, he stopped using the brake like an on/off switch. The point is, your athlete will learn great things at one camp, but if his desire is to be the best he can be or to play football at the next level, giving him more opportunities to fine tune his skills is imperative. Yes, attend more than one camp. 

          -While things like form, speed, accuracy, and consistency are themes that remain unchanged at each camp, I can say with certainty that my son has learned something new each time he’s attended a Rubio/Sailer camp. That could mean learning a new drill all the way to walking up to register by himself and displaying the confidence he is building in himself. The best analogy I can think of for this part of the process is much like when one learns to drive a car with a manual transmission. There’s that really fine, smooth moment you let off the clutch and press the gas pedal. In the beginning, most of us had those “herky, jerky” moments and had to restart, or have heard a parent yell “you’re grinding the gears.” If you only attend one camp, it’s probable that you and your athlete will approach most of the day together. If you attend a second camp, and you nudge your son to handle things himself, depending on the kid, it’s going to be somewhat “herky, jerky.” The more opportunities to practice and fine tune skills on and off the field, the smoother the transition will be for your son to become a confident and independent individual in a very positive way.

     2. Vegas. If I could go back in time, I would have gotten my son to this event sooner. It’s honestly not something one can explain, it’s the experience itself. You will hear Sailer and Rubio say go more than once. ABSOLUTELY! The first time you and your son attend this event, it’s like the first day of high school as a freshman. Most of the time is spent figuring everything out (unless your son is a seasoned world traveler that never gets jet lag and is intimidated by nothing). If you’ve ever seen the movie “Hoosiers” (your son probably has not, but hopefully you saw it back in the day), there is a scene where the team makes it to the BIG championship game. They all walk in the arena looking like a bunch of deer in headlights. The coach has them measure the court, and so on. This is much like that first trip to Vegas. Your son will realize the distance to the target hasn’t changed, Sailer and Rubio haven’t changed, and get more comfortable with what comes along with traveling, navigating this mega event, etc. 

Is it (the camps) really worth it?

     1. The easy, quick answer: YES!

     2. The training experience offered by Chris Sailer and Chris Rubio truly is worth it, and here is why:

          -If we are talking dollars and cents, as well as probability and statistics, then it’s a no-brainer. Add up what you would spend on the camps your son attends in a given year (everything- travel, food, hotel, camp, etc.). Nope, it’s not cheap. Now add up the cost of a four year education (and even pick a school with a lesser tuition, but add in staying on campus, a meal plan, transportation of some sort, etc.). You likely have just seen in black and white how beneficial this can be.

          -Do some research. Look at the options out there. It will quickly become clear NO OTHER CAMP offers the same degree of exposure, education, and instruction, AND educates/involves the parent/guardian (maximizing your athlete’s potential by giving him the tools to work hard and smart after camp is over). This is the real deal. 

          -What your son will take away from the Sailer/Rubio camp experience is priceless on several levels. First, this is my son’s goal, his dream- not mine, not my husband’s- his. If this is your athlete’s passion, you will see great things; if it’s your dream and not your kid’s you’re doing it wrong- stop. Second, this is an awesome opportunity for your son to learn responsibility, confidence, and independence BEFORE he steps out into this big ole world on his own. If my son chose to never pick up a football again, what he has learned and gained is more than we could teach him on our own as parents, and that alone makes every bit worth it. Finally, the day I stood back with my husband and watched our son walk up to a college’s special teams coordinator, shake his hand, look him in the eye and have a conversation with him on his own, I knew we were on the right track.

I cannot stress enough how essential the website (www.chrissailerkicking.com) is. Hopefully you’ve gained some insight and can relax and enjoy this awesome time with your athlete. It’s been one of the best decisions we have ever made.

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VEGAS XXVI – RSI & TARGET SCORES

Here are the RSI and TARGET SCORES from the VEGAS XXVI Event on May 9-10, 2015. Each Long Snapper was tested on The Rubio Target. The RSI is their scores divided by their average speed. Each Long Snapper can receive bonus points for a faster average snap speed. The top 12 overall RSI scores advanced to the finals. The highest possible score on the Target is a 48. Thomas Fletcher had the highest RSI in the history of Rubio Long Snapping.

VEGAS XXVI (our May Event) is the second largest Long Snapping camp in the world. The first was VEGAS XXV in January.

To truly say you are the best, you have to compete against the best. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com

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RSI SCORE
Alexander, Dylan 23.75 19
Aloma, John 29.49 16
Anderson, Koltin 12.5 11
Anthony, Enzo 11 11
Arroyo, Ross 6.82 7
Arroyo, Travis 32.21 27
Assel, Brock 7.84 8
Badgley, Ryne 14.14 14
Baldeck, Matt 16.09 14
Bartholomew, Nick 5.68 5
Bauman, Josh 15 12
Bentley, Brendan 16.62 14
Biby, Blake 10.86 10
Black, Dylan 8.64 8
Blaylock, Aaron 30.89 23
Block, Cody 26.63 17
Calcagno, Joe 19.72 14
Caldwell, Noah 4.79 8
Cantrell, Dan 26.05 19
Casillas, Mark 25.6 21
Castro, Dylan 13.39 9
Caughman, Ty 3 3
Cesear, Jake 8.33 7
Clore, Chris 25.7 21
Comaroto, Peter N/A N/A
Costa, Chris 13.09 11
Cotton, Joseph 9.24 7
Crum, Grant 26.83 19
Culbertson, Ryan 35 28
Davidson, Callen 24.72 20
Davis, John 28.59 20
Davis, Kyle 27.87 20
Day, Shaffer 0.99 3
De Rosier, Charles 10.31 10
DeLucia, Ryan 15 12
Den Bleyker, Johnny 34.34 22
Diffee, Darren 30.24 19
DioGuardi, Brett 25.85 18
Drzik, Hunter 27.33 19
Durham, Nate 14.98 10
Dye, Dusty 21.8 13
East, Grant 5.43 5
Eatherly, Geron 39.72 23
England, Hunter 19.04 16
Enrico, Jared 19.33 13
Estrada, Aaron 13 14.77
Fletcher, Thomas 56 34
Foley, Matt 38.89 26
Freeman, Harrison 32.84 21
Fuqua, Jacob 28.22 18
Gaines, Ron 12.88 11
Garcia, Matt 6.41 6
George, Brad 5.1 5
Gibbs, Kyle 26.06 16
Gibson, Jake 23.08 16
Gifford, Blake 21.56 13
Grant, Zac 43.29 32
Groff, Tanner 0.99 1
Hall, Mitch 23.05 14
Halper, Jack 17.07 17
Hammontree, Noah 22.78 18
Haney, Jack 30.29 19
Hantz, Gabe 12.39 10
Hawkins, Kameron 1.9 2
Hayes, Kolin 25.62 16
Hernandez, Curtis 27.18 20
Hess, Jake 11.25 9
Hinders, Ross 32.91 26
Hoffman, Harrison 37.95 27
Jacobson, Jarrod 6.77 8
Jaffe, Grant 24.92 15
James, Clay 18.27 17
Jenkins, Eli 10.86 10
Johnson, Damon 36.87 24
Kemp, Peyton 20.98 15
Kirkegaard, Conner 34.87 23
Klotz, Stephen 24.33 22
Klusman, Logan 31.02 20
Korinek, Skyler 22.75 19
Kragero, Carter 26.09 22
Lanser, Seth 10.75 10
Lawless, Paul 3.19 3
Lawver, Caleb 18.4 15
Letter, Jon 30.91 19
Low, Nick 26.74 23
Luvai, Ian 24.05 15
Mast, Shiloh 23.46 17
McAbee, Sean 15.78 15
McCullough, Roen 15.25 13
McCully, TJ 3.33 3
Meyer, Scott 43.67 29
Michaelsen, Alex 29.7 24
Miller, Grant 14.13 13
Mimoun, Jacob 17.13 14
Montgomery, Jax 23.13 24
Morales, Steven 17.04 15
Munoz, Jacob 32.3 21
Munsey, Jack 15.29 13
Murphy, John 9.3 8
Newberg, Thomas 25.19 18
Newton, Roderic 10.98 10
Nichols, Ty 10.71 9
Noth, Devin 21.94 15
O’Conor, Kyle 44.88 32
Odegard, Emmett 23.54 17
Paez, Kobe 16.41 14
Pagel, Jake 21.89 15
Pedrozo, Jude 29.53 22
Penza, Cameron 19.76 17
Petrucci, Kyle 6.97 6
Piatt, Colton 23.44 14
Pladson, Wyatt 11.62 10
Potter, Jacob 19.94 14
Powell, Kyler 28.01 23
Propst, Jack 27.16 19
Quiggle, Jackson 26.81 17
Racina, Nate 18.29 13
Ramos, Joseph 8.53 7
Ratliff, Anthony 31.66 20
Reeves, Austin 29.67 19
Reiter, Donald 40.98 27
Reiter, Ross 35.9 23
Richardson, Bodie 9.57 9
Rickard, Matt 9.57 9
Riddle, Campbell 14.73 14
Rios, Gabe 10.41 13
Rivera, Gabriel 17.58 13
Robinson, Bradley 21.23 15
Robinson, Parker 7.05 6
Rodriguez- Trammel, Noah 21.71 18
Romanowski, Ben 32.3 24
Rouse, Brannon 24.1 17
Rovetti, Nick 3.84 4
Royal, Greg 20.91 17
Rubenstein, Jacob 19.15 13
Ryan, Eric 13.54 13
Sablan, Trevor 8.4 7
Sainsbury, Briant 18.82 16
Samarzich, Simon N/A N/A
Sammut, Jacob 23.71 14
Sasser, Bryant 16.5 14
Schneider, Alex 15.29 13
Scott, Colin 10.46 9
Scott, Roli 8.08 8
Seacat, IV N/A N/A
Shackelford, Riley 22.61 16
Shannon, John 32.31 18
Skinner, Quentin 34.46 25
Skrobot, Gabe 32.02 27
Stevens, Scott 13.75 11
Smith, Tommy 23.8 20
Somers, Sean 3.37 3
Stephenson, Quinn 11.76 10
Stewart, Cole 22.77 16
Stubbs, Hayden 17.56 17
Suter, Rhys 6.47 6
Tabel, Ethan N/A N/A
Tamayo, Adrian 4.9 5
Tamayo, Robert 4.21 4
Taylor, Billy 9.75 8
Thomas, Karson 24.78 18
Thomas, Phillip 23.63 19
Tokos, Matt 3.03 3
Toothman, Andrew 12.64 12
Vaughn, Jacob 8.23 7
Vey, Carson 32.93 24
Walsh, Koby 32.22 21
Walsh, Ryan 12.94 11
Walsh, Scott 21.62 20
Watkins, Bradley 29.17 18
Watson, Brendan 17.5 15
Weneta, Nathan 21.22 17
Wilcox, Richard 16.47 11
Williams, Patrick 30.12 26
Williams, Paul 17.07 14
Willis, Bleu 13.95 12
Wirtel, Steven 40.58 23
Wissinger, Nicholas 8.98 8
Wojciechoski, Mike 4.16 4
Workman, James 21.23 15
Wyatt, Ben 33.53 21
Yelich, Jake 14.45 12

 

BY RSI

RSI SCORE
Fletcher, Thomas 56 34
O’Conor, Kyle 44.88 32
Meyer, Scott 43.67 29
Grant, Zac 43.29 32
Reiter, Donald 40.98 27
Wirtel, Steven 40.58 23
Eatherly, Geron 39.72 23
Foley, Matt 38.89 26
Hoffman, Harrison 37.95 27
Johnson, Damon 36.87 24
Reiter, Ross 35.9 23
Culbertson, Ryan 35 28
Kirkegaard, Conner 34.87 23
Skinner, Quentin 34.46 25
Den Bleyker, Johnny 34.34 22
Wyatt, Ben 33.53 21
Vey, Carson 32.93 24
Hinders, Ross 32.91 26
Freeman, Harrison 32.84 21
Shannon, John 32.31 18
Munoz, Jacob 32.3 21
Romanowski, Ben 32.3 24
Walsh, Koby 32.22 21
Arroyo, Travis 32.21 27
Skrobot, Gabe 32.02 27
Ratliff, Anthony 31.66 20
Klusman, Logan 31.02 20
Letter, Jon 30.91 19
Blaylock, Aaron 30.89 23
Haney, Jack 30.29 19
Diffee, Darren 30.24 19
Williams, Patrick 30.12 26
Michaelsen, Alex 29.7 24
Reeves, Austin 29.67 19
Pedrozo, Jude 29.53 22
Aloma, John 29.49 16
Watkins, Bradley 29.17 18
Davis, John 28.59 20
Fuqua, Jacob 28.22 18
Powell, Kyler 28.01 23
Davis, Kyle 27.87 20
Drzik, Hunter 27.33 19
Hernandez, Curtis 27.18 20
Propst, Jack 27.16 19
Crum, Grant 26.83 19
Quiggle, Jackson 26.81 17
Low, Nick 26.74 23
Block, Cody 26.63 17
Kragero, Carter 26.09 22
Gibbs, Kyle 26.06 16
Cantrell, Dan 26.05 19
DioGuardi, Brett 25.85 18
Clore, Chris 25.7 21
Hayes, Kolin 25.62 16
Casillas, Mark 25.6 21
Newberg, Thomas 25.19 18
Jaffe, Grant 24.92 15
Thomas, Karson 24.78 18
Davidson, Callen 24.72 20
Klotz, Stephen 24.33 22
Rouse, Brannon 24.1 17
Luvai, Ian 24.05 15
Smith, Tommy 23.8 20
Alexander, Dylan 23.75 19
Sammut, Jacob 23.71 14
Thomas, Phillip 23.63 19
Odegard, Emmett 23.54 17
Mast, Shiloh 23.46 17
Piatt, Colton 23.44 14
Montgomery, Jax 23.13 24
Gibson, Jake 23.08 16
Hall, Mitch 23.05 14
Hammontree, Noah 22.78 18
Stewart, Cole 22.77 16
Korinek, Skyler 22.75 19
Shackelford, Riley 22.61 16
Noth, Devin 21.94 15
Pagel, Jake 21.89 15
Dye, Dusty 21.8 13
Rodriguez- Trammel, Noah 21.71 18
Walsh, Scott 21.62 20
Gifford, Blake 21.56 13
Robinson, Bradley 21.23 15
Workman, James 21.23 15
Weneta, Nathan 21.22 17
Kemp, Peyton 20.98 15
Royal, Greg 20.91 17
Potter, Jacob 19.94 14
Penza, Cameron 19.76 17
Calcagno, Joe 19.72 14
Enrico, Jared 19.33 13
Rubenstein, Jacob 19.15 13
England, Hunter 19.04 16
Sainsbury, Briant 18.82 16
Lawver, Caleb 18.4 15
Racina, Nate 18.29 13
James, Clay 18.27 17
Rivera, Gabriel 17.58 13
Stubbs, Hayden 17.56 17
Watson, Brendan 17.5 15
Mimoun, Jacob 17.13 14
Halper, Jack 17.07 17
Williams, Paul 17.07 14
Morales, Steven 17.04 15
Bentley, Brendan 16.62 14
Sasser, Bryant 16.5 14
Wilcox, Richard 16.47 11
Paez, Kobe 16.41 14
Baldeck, Matt 16.09 14
McAbee, Sean 15.78 15
Munsey, Jack 15.29 13
Schneider, Alex 15.29 13
McCullough, Roen 15.25 13
Bauman, Josh 15 12
DeLucia, Ryan 15 12
Durham, Nate 14.98 10
Riddle, Campbell 14.73 14
Yelich, Jake 14.45 12
Badgley, Ryne 14.14 14
Miller, Grant 14.13 13
Willis, Bleu 13.95 12
Stevens, Scott 13.75 11
Ryan, Eric 13.54 13
Castro, Dylan 13.39 9
Costa, Chris 13.09 11
Estrada, Aaron 13 14.77
Walsh, Ryan 12.94 11
Gaines, Ron 12.88 11
Toothman, Andrew 12.64 12
Anderson, Koltin 12.5 11
Hantz, Gabe 12.39 10
Stephenson, Quinn 11.76 10
Pladson, Wyatt 11.62 10
Hess, Jake 11.25 9
Anthony, Enzo 11 11
Newton, Roderic 10.98 10
Biby, Blake 10.86 10
Jenkins, Eli 10.86 10
Lanser, Seth 10.75 10
Nichols, Ty 10.71 9
Scott, Colin 10.46 9
Rios, Gabe 10.41 13
De Rosier, Charles 10.31 10
Taylor, Billy 9.75 8
Richardson, Bodie 9.57 9
Rickard, Matt 9.57 9
Murphy, John 9.3 8
Cotton, Joseph 9.24 7
Wissinger, Nicholas 8.98 8
Black, Dylan 8.64 8
Ramos, Joseph 8.53 7
Sablan, Trevor 8.4 7
Cesear, Jake 8.33 7
Vaughn, Jacob 8.23 7
Scott, Roli 8.08 8
Assel, Brock 7.84 8
Robinson, Parker 7.05 6
Petrucci, Kyle 6.97 6
Arroyo, Ross 6.82 7
Jacobson, Jarrod 6.77 8
Suter, Rhys 6.47 6
Garcia, Matt 6.41 6
Bartholomew, Nick 5.68 5
East, Grant 5.43 5
George, Brad 5.1 5
Tamayo, Adrian 4.9 5
Caldwell, Noah 4.79 8
Tamayo, Robert 4.21 4
Wojciechoski, Mike 4.16 4
Rovetti, Nick 3.84 4
Somers, Sean 3.37 3
McCully, TJ 3.33 3
Lawless, Paul 3.19 3
Tokos, Matt 3.03 3
Caughman, Ty 3 3
Hawkins, Kameron 1.9 2
Day, Shaffer 0.99 3
Groff, Tanner 0.99 1

1329

VEGAS XXVI – 40 Times

Here are the 40 yard dash times from the VEGAS XXVI Event on May 9-10, 2015. These are the averages of two 40 yard dashes run by the Long Snappers. The clock starts as soon as ANY part of the Long Snapper moves and stops as soon as they pass the finish line.

VEGAS XXVI (our May Event) is the second largest Long Snapping camp in the world. The first was VEGAS XXV in January.

To truly say you are the best, you have to compete against the best. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com

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ALPHABETICAL

Alexander, Dylan 5.25
Aloma, John 5.51
Anderson, Koltin 5.84
Anthony, Enzo 6.81
Arroyo, Ross 6.75
Arroyo, Travis 5.6
Assel, Brock 6.88
Badgley, Ryne 5.07
Baldeck, Matt 5.58
Bartholomew, Nick 6.03
Bauman, Josh 5.29
Bentley, Brendan 5.67
Biby, Blake 4.96
Black, Dylan 5.27
Blaylock, Aaron 5.35
Block, Cody 5.16
Calcagno, Joe 5.41
Caldwell, Noah 5.75
Cantrell, Dan 5.02
Casillas, Mark 5.96
Castro, Dylan 6.16
Caughman, Ty 6.05
Cesear, Jake 4.67
Clore, Chris 6.05
Comaroto, Peter N/A
Costa, Chris 5.29
Cotton, Joseph 5.21
Crum, Grant 6.12
Culbertson, Ryan 5.33
Davidson, Callen 5.38
Davis, John 5.48
Davis, Kyle 5.41
Day, Shaffer 5.54
De Rosier, Charles 6.85
DeLucia, Ryan 5.17
Den Bleyker, Johnny 5.17
Diffee, Darren 5.18
DioGuardi, Brett 5.34
Drzik, Hunter 5.18
Durham, Nate 5.64
Dye, Dusty 5.2
East, Grant 5.55
Eatherly, Geron 4.97
England, Hunter 5.71
Enrico, Jared 5.65
Estrada, Aaron 5.78
Fletcher, Thomas 5.23
Foley, Matt 5.66
Freeman, Harrison 5.23
Fuqua, Jacob 5.14
Gaines, Ron 7.53
Garcia, Matt 5.9
George, Brad 6.04
Gibbs, Kyle 5.18
Gibson, Jake 5.57
Gifford, Blake 5.55
Grant, Zac 5.51
Groff, Tanner 5.55
Hall, Mitch 5.43
Halper, Jack 4.98
Hammontree, Noah 5.26
Haney, Jack 5.05
Hantz, Gabe 6.01
Hawkins, Kameron 7.2
Hayes, Kolin 5.4
Hernandez, Curtis 5.56
Hess, Jake 6.28
Hinders, Ross 5.23
Hoffman, Harrison 5.22
Jacobson, Jarrod 5.29
Jaffe, Grant 5.34
James, Clay 5.37
Jenkins, Eli 6.15
Johnson, Damon 5.09
Kemp, Peyton 5.32
Kirkegaard, Conner 5.03
Klotz, Stephen 5.34
Klusman, Logan 5.27
Korinek, Skyler 5.4
Kragero, Carter 5.36
Lanser, Seth 5.57
Lawless, Paul 5.41
Lawver, Caleb 5.79
Letter, Jon 5.38
Low, Nick 5.79
Luvai, Ian 5.2
Mast, Shiloh 5.61
McAbee, Sean 5.36
McCullough, Roen 5.54
McCully, TJ 5.52
Meyer, Scott 5.73
Michaelsen, Alex 5.75
Miller, Grant 5.89
Mimoun, Jacob 5.37
Montgomery, Jax 5.26
Morales, Steven 6.04
Munoz, Jacob 5.08
Munsey, Jack 5.95
Murphy, John 5.49
Newberg, Thomas 5.27
Newton, Roderic 5.83
Nichols, Ty 5.54
Noth, Devin 5.04
O’Conor, Kyle 5.7
Odegard, Emmett 5.22
Paez, Kobe 5.4
Pagel, Jake 5.23
Pedrozo, Jude 5.36
Penza, Cameron 5.47
Petrucci, Kyle 5.91
Piatt, Colton 5.28
Pladson, Wyatt 6.19
Potter, Jacob 5.22
Powell, Kyler 5.01
Propst, Jack 5.17
Quiggle, Jackson 5.12
Racina, Nate 5.37
Ramos, Joseph 5.86
Ratliff, Anthony 5.08
Reeves, Austin 5.37
Reiter, Donald 5.58
Reiter, Ross 6.07
Richardson, Bodie 5.82
Rickard, Matt 5.35
Riddle, Campbell 6.13
Rios, Gabe 5.29
Rivera, Gabriel 5.29
Robinson, Bradley 5.83
Robinson, Parker 5.42
Rodriguez- Trammel, Noah 5.16
Romanowski, Ben 5.31
Rouse, Brannon 4.83
Rovetti, Nick 5.97
Royal, Greg 5.35
Rubenstein, Jacob 5.78
Ryan, Eric 5.81
Sablan, Trevor 5.63
Sainsbury, Briant 5.9
Samarzich, Simon N/A
Sammut, Jacob 4.72
Sasser, Bryant 5.53
Schneider, Alex 5.48
Scott, Colin 6.32
Scott, Roli 6.36
Seacat, IV N/A
Shackelford, Riley 5.4
Shannon, John 4.6
Skinner, Quentin 5.37
Skrobot, Gabe 5.3
Stevens, Scott 5.53
Smith, Tommy 5.86
Somers, Sean 5.46
Stephenson, Quinn 5.47
Stewart, Cole 5.09
Stubbs, Hayden 5.73
Suter, Rhys 5.47
Tabel, Ethan N/A
Tamayo, Adrian 5.53
Tamayo, Robert 5.89
Taylor, Billy 5.19
Thomas, Karson 5.2
Thomas, Phillip 5.46
Tokos, Matt 5.96
Toothman, Andrew 6.68
Vaughn, Jacob 5.48
Vey, Carson 5.34
Walsh, Koby 5.27
Walsh, Ryan 5.38
Walsh, Scott 6.02
Watkins, Bradley 5.18
Watson, Brendan 5.66
Weneta, Nathan 5.05
Wilcox, Richard 5.65
Williams, Patrick 5.82
Williams, Paul 4.91
Willis, Bleu 5.43
Wirtel, Steven 4.77
Wissinger, Nicholas 5.84
Wojciechoski, Mike 6.2
Workman, James 5.16
Wyatt, Ben 5.49
Yelich, Jake 5.45

1495

RSI’s from VEGAS XXV

Here are the RSI’s from VEGAS XXV in alphabetical order.

The RSI (Rubio Standard Index) is the Long Snapper’s score on The Rubio Target divided by the Long Snapper’s average speed. The Long Snapper may obtain two bonus points for an average time of .75-.79, two more bonus points for an average of .70-.74 and an additional 2 more bonus points if they average below .70.

Adams, Connor

26.20

Alexander, Dylan

4.87

Aloma, John

40.87

Anderson, Koltin

7.29

Anthony, Enzo

6.36

Appio, Zach

13.97

Arent, Nelson

35.15

Arroyo, Ross

4

Arroyo, Travis

28.14

Ashe, Andrew

9.69

Babb, Warren

29.18

Baldeck, Matt

10.34

Bale, JT

27.87

Barham, Justin

24.83

Barstow, Sandy

8.51

Baugus, Travis

29.06

Beauford, Blaise

10.53

Becker, Hunter

19.81

Bentley, Brendan

8.91

Bettis, Jacob

32.03

Biby, Blake

16.04

Blaylock, Aaron

12.22

Block, Alex

15.12

Boudreaux, Murphy

1.02

Boudreaux, Tyler

20.16

Bowling, Thomas

18.18

Brady, Josh

32.26

Brennan, Cole

2.90

Brennan, Jack

12.35

Buis, Michael

0

Burcher, Max

7.53

Cadavieco, Marco

18.07

Calcagno, Joe

11.95

Cameron, Brandt

22.51

Campbell, Gavin

0

Cantrell, Dan

10.79

Capp, Baigo

18.82

Carty, AJ

45.64

Casillas, Mark

14.95

Castro, Dylan

38.83

Ceballos, Nick

19.14

Cervantes, Gabriel

7.14

Cesear, Jake

27.09

Chase, Derrick

14.29

Cline, Gavin

24.16

Clore, Chris

17.39

Cognetti, Dustin

9.28

Colwell, Jack

9.96

Comaroto, Peter

36.69

Coughlin, Patrick

11.11

Cruikshank, William

32.01

Crum Grant

14.28

Culbertson, Ryan

12.19

Curry, Mike

18.46

Daggett, Bobby

11.09

Daniel, Gunner

16.61

Davis, John

23.08

Den Bleyker, Johnny

49.51

Dhabalt, Trevor

14.37

Dickerson, Erik

34.28

Diffee, Darren

27.74

DioGuardi, Brett

16.67

Dixon, Jack

13.10

Drager, Lane

9.76

Durham, Nate

27.34

Eatherly, Geron

48.95

Eckelberg, Kyle

3.06

Edwards, Alex

8.75

Eitemiller, Shawn

5.43

Eldridge, Donte

4.62

England, Zach

13.25

English, Michael

11.96

Epley, Tristan

13.75

Farnsworth, Wesley

45.07

Fean, Tim

20.25

Ferguson, Blake

44.21

Fields, Brandon

19.77

Finnicum, Connor

8.99

Fisher, Jack

2.81

Fletcher, Neil

30.95

Fletcher, Thomas

44.32

Foley, Matt

25.07

Freeman, Harrison

18.46

Freund, Fowler

19.72

Gaines, Ronald

1.96

Galvan, Omar

10.20

Giammalva, Landon

11.90

Gibbs, Kyle

12.94

Gibson, Jake

13.49

Gifford, Blake

4.49

Gilbert, Owen

10.84

Gilliam, Tyler

13.10

Givens, Trenton

20.97

Gluhaich, Grant

42.49

Goodison, Michael

9.38

Goodwin, Jake

14.46

Grant, Zac

22.32

Griffiths, Tyler

32.58

Guthrie, Jacob

34.62

Hale, Braxton

10.85

Hall, Mitch

15.85

Hamilton, Logan

22.67

Haney, Jack

29.12

Hasty-Grant, Triston

9.09

Hayes, Dillon

9

Hayes, Kolin

26.99

Hernandez, Curtis

8.89

Hess, Jake

27.77

Hiett, Russ

17.24

Hoffman, Harrison

33.72

Holman, Jacob

15.63

Hutson, Nathan

14.82

Jacobs, Zack

26.86

Jacobson, Jarrod

21.10

Jaffe, Grant

26.35

James, Clay

9.47

Jenkins, Eli

9.50

Jenkins, Sam

15.11

Jerman, Dakota

9.38

Johnson, Damon

28.92

Jumper, Blevyns

11.09

Karres, Gus

20.18

Kelleher, Kasey

19.11

Kemp, Peyton

15

Key, Jarrett

25.14

King, Javier

14.55

Kirkegaard, Conner

32.11

Klippenstein, Kyle

19.67

Klotz, Stephen

7.14

Klusman, Logan

16.05

Knight, Jake

22.38

Knight, Matt

7.90

Knowlton, Jacob

7.14

Koziel, Benjamin

10.75

Kragero, Carter

36.43

Kramer, Trent

14.70

LaCilento, Michael

7.37

Lauvai, Ian

5.88

Lawson, Erik

26.19

Lawver, Caleb

20.65

Leath, Wyatt

7.61

Leckrone, Matthew

14.12

Lefton, Parker

13.07

Letter, Jon

31.87

Long, Cade

9.38

Lowery, Brendan

39.23

Magness, John

18.83

Mahorney, Jackson

18.55

Marker, Jordan

2.98

Markgraf, Keegan

12.22

McCracken, Drew

28.96

McCullough, Liam

29.06

McCullough, Roen

7.37

McDonough, Charles

28.04

Merickel, Tommy

40.54

Meyer, Scott

31.13

Michaelsen, Alex

11.96

Miller, Grant

4.26

Miller, Joe

4.90

Miller, Spencer

5.94

Mimbs, Ty

17.54

Mimoun, Jacob

34.79

Mitchell, Caleb

29.55

Mitchell, JD

13.33

Monaco, Paul

17.24

Moore, Isaac

11.46

Moore, Jack

22.25

Moss, Zach

11.11

Muller, Ryan

9.46

Munoz, Jake

21.57

Munsey, Jack

26.11

Murphy, John

15.29

Myers, Joseph

24.78

Nicholas, Ty

10

Nielsen, Cameron

5.38

Noth, Devin

2.49

O’Connor, Kyle

16.03

O’Donoghue, Matt

17.98

Oak, Ryan

11.11

Ober, Jordan

34.61

Oliveira, Matthew

18.07

Pagel, Jake

15.29

Palmer, Dallas

4.48

Paprota, Dillon

13.75

Parris, Ryan

30.26

Petrucci, Kyle

10.57

Piatt, Colton

21.23

Picerelli, Jimmy

7.78

Pladson, Wyatt

25.62

Plash, Samuel

18.52

Pohlman, Evan

20.38

Pool, Logan

17.39

Poujol, Michael

14.96

Powell, Kyler

20.52

Prevette, Keaton

3.09

Propst, Jack

20.83

Quiggle, Jackson

12.94

Racina, Nate

12.22

Raines, John

24.76

Ramos, Jaycob

13.40

Ramos, Joseph

14.52

Ratliff, Anthony

34.13

Ray, Jack

17.24

Reeves, Austin

19.27

Reiter, Donald

26

Reiter, Ross

19.88

Richardson, Bodie

4.17

Riddle, Campbell

6.60

Riordan, Jeremiah

8.33

Robinson, Bradley

11.49

Robinson, Parker

11.49

Rubenstein, Jacob

28.34

Ruff, Ryan

7.53

Sablan, Spencer

13.33

Sablan, Trevor

8.55

Sainsbury, Briant

10

Sak, Hayden

25.44

Samarzich, Christian

30.70

Samarzich, Simon

16.18

Sammut, Jake

8.54

Sassler, Brock

22.30

Sayan, Chris

28.74

Schoenberger, Zach

5.56

Scoggins, Garrett

20.43

Scott, Colin

5.26

Seacat, IV

23.31

Shannon, John

24.18

Sharp, Dylan

11.22

Shores, Spencer

31.40

Siegel, Sam

7.78

Simmons, Ryan

26.51

Skinner, Quentin

22.51

Skrobot, Gabe

19.04

Smith, Matt

27.32

Smith, Matthew

12.94

Snodgrass, Peter

23.36

Sokach-Minnick, Tristan

10.75

Somers, Sean

11.70

Soto, Michael

18.88

Spiewak, Austin

19.77

Stephenson, Quinn

8.43

Steward, George

17.86

Stracener, Tanner

24.44

Sullivan, Brett

14.77

Suter, Rhys

13.20

Tanner, Jerod

14.14

Tebbetts, Carson

14.31

Thomas, Adam

6.52

Thomas, Karson

12.13

Thomas, Phillip

25.37

Thompson, Tristan

7.14

Toothman, Andrew

7.61

Torres, Luis

4.60

Trammel, Noah

8.33

Tulo, Albert

4.12

Turner, Noah

18.88

Urbach, Chase

14.66

Vaca, John

23.27

Varnell, Kyle

20.18

Vaughn, Jake

20.68

Vega, JC

15.10

Walker, Nathan

14.29

Walker, Ryan

1

Walsh, Koby

15.16

Walsh, Ryan

21.60

Walsh, Scott

14.85

Watkins, Bradley

19.75

Watkins, Ryan

25.46

Watson, Brendan

6.45

Wellenhoffer, Jack

14.46

Weneta, Nathan

13.02

Wethli, Steven

3.30

Wilcox, Richard

15.16

Wilhite, Peyton

12.50

Williams, Patrick

12.64

Willis, Bleu

15.05

Wirtel, Steven

22.89

Wood, Camren

15.38

Wood, Zachary

39.46

Workman, James

15

Worthen, Jackson

4.95

Wright, Hunter

25

Wyatt, Ben

28.35

Zakavec, Joshua

22

Zimolzak, Brady

17.07

Zindler, Zeke

18.67

4291

Long Snapper SCORES Touchdown

D'Appollino, AlanAs I am sure everybody knows (well, everybody involved with Long Snapping), a Alan D’Appollonio of Arkansas scored a touchdown! If you haven’t seen this VERY creative play, it is a must watch.

Alan attended several Rubio Long Snapping Vegas Events and ended up being a 5 Star Long Snapper that was ranked 11th in the country in 2011. Alan has always had tremendous athleticism and it looks as though the Arkansas staff has taken note. Congratulations to Alan and the Arkansas football team.

297

RECAP: 11th Annual National Snapping Spring Event in Las Vegas

On May 4-5, 2013 well over 100 Long Snappers from around the globe came out to Las Vegas to participate in the 11th Annual National Snapping Spring Event in Las Vegas sponsored by Nike. The talent was excellent and so were the conditions. The staff was overflowing with one staff member per three Long Snappers so everyone was able to get the full experience throughout the weekend. Day one of the Event was all about instruction and many Long Snappers stood out immediately to make a name for themselves.

After it was all said and done, the winner of the camp was CJ Keller (2014, AZ). CJ handles pressure as well as anyone in the country, was snapping bullets all day and is very, very accurate and consistent. Kid is a machine and outlasted the rest of the competitors to take home the title!

CJ Keller

Winner of the 11th Annual National Snapping Spring Event: CJ KELLER!

The 12 finalists that earned their spot through their RSI score on the Target were: Nate Adams (AZ), Wyatt “Tucker” Smith (MS), RC Brunstetter (NC), Jordan Frese (TX), Tanner Carew (CA), Justin Garza (CA), Jake Knight (MI), CJ Keller (AZ), Bryan Scanlan (IL), Blake Ferguson (GA), Jordan Ober (NV) and Chris Nieto (CA).

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The Finalists from the Spring Event

Here are some of the top performers, by graduating class, from the weekend…

2013/JC

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Andrew MacLean was dominant all weekend in Vegas!

  • Andrew MacLean was outstanding all weekend. He is built extremely well and snapping with a ton of confidence. This big Canadian has made quite a name for himself.
  • Jason Diffee was out in Vegas to get fine-tuned before heading off to Eastern Washington on scholarship. He did not disappoint.
  • Cody Block was smooth and is built well. Moves very smooth on his feet and is consistent with his snaps.

2014

Tanner Carew

Tanner Carew was dominant all weekend in Vegas.

  • Tanner Carew was off the charts all weekend and has taken the top spot in his class. Snaps absolute rockets, built like an athlete and has a tremendous attitude. Tell him what to do and just consider it done. TONS of upside on this already tremendous Long Snapper. 
  • Alan Lucy continues his dominance by snapping well and really doing a great job in transforming his body into a D1 athlete.
  • Wyatt “Tucker” Smith is easily the top JC Long Snapper in the country. Built like a college tight end and snaps fire back to the punter.
  • Nate Adams has an amazing frame, a smooth snap and is very consistent. Love the way he moves and has a nice, smooth snap back to the punter and holder.
  • Casey Wilson is easily the smoothest Long Snapper in the country and will be purely dominant once he locks down his blocking.
  • Patrick Freeze is big, strong and snapping with a lot of confidence.
  • Curtis Billen easily snaps in the .6s and has a solid frame.
  • Jordan Frese is the top Long Snapper in TX and showed it all weekend. Great improvement.
  • Chris Nieto is built extremely long and athletic with a ton of upside. Could end up dominating his class.
  • Adam Vaught is massive and is snapping with power. The angrier he is is, the better he snaps.
  • Garrett Frum is working like a mad men and continues to improve daily.
  • Justin Garza was on fire all weekend. Intense Long Snapper that showed a ton of potential.
  • Seth Combs was snapping rockets all weekend and looked great all around.
  • Mitchell Hardy is big and snapping with great confidence. Tremendous attitude.
  • Nate Hawkins is very smooth and accurate with his Long Snapping. The more aggressive he gets, the better he will be.
  • Joel Baldwin has a nice long frame and a very smooth snap.
  • JC Everett is extremely coachable and strong. Always improving.
  • Christian Samarzich has a good body and is locking down his spiral. Solid all around Long Snapper.
  • Tommy Sullivan just continues to impress me with how he is turning his body and snapping around for greatness.
  • John Morrison is not the biggest man in the world but was snapping like he was. Smart Long Snapper that snaps hard.
  • Joe Lang has a great frame and always improves. Excellent attitude. Bright future.

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Blake Ferguson

Blake Ferguson was dominant all weekend in Vegas!

  • Blake Ferguson left no doubt he was the best Long Snapper in his class. When he is on, he is easily a college level Long Snapper NOW!
  • AJ Carty is built like a college Long Snapper and he is only a sophomore. Sky is the limit for him.
  • George Madden snaps rockets and as soon as he locks down the spiral, he will dominate
  • Tyler Douglas is built extremely well and is snapping hard. Keep an eye on him.
  • Ben Makowski is snapping with a lot of confidence and built thick.
  • Ryan Simmons is just a machine that keeps getting better. Smart.
  • Jake Knight is long, lean and has tons of upside.
  • Tyler Griffiths did well with his strong body and quick hands. Lots and lots of potential.
  • Harrison Goebel was impressive to say the least. Built very well. Lots of upside.
  • Jordan Ober was impressive out in Vegas. Built long and has great consistency.
  • Grant Gluhaich might have been the most improved Long Snapper over the weekend. If he keeps growing, he will crush all.
  • Darren Diffee handles pressure well and is very accurate.
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  • John Shannon was phenomenal all weekend in Vegas. At times, can snap in the .6s already! Great frame. Needless to say, keep a very close eye on him. 
  • Johnny Den Bleyker did very well out in Vegas. Moves well on his feet and is very athletic. Great attitude.
  • Damon Johnson looked good with his form and was snapping the ball well. The more comfortable he gets with his ability, the better he will be.
  • Donald Reiter was impressive out in Vegas. He snaps a tight ball and shows waves of brilliance with his speed on the ball.
  • Conner Kirkegaard continues to be a solid Long Snapper with great speed. The more consistent he gets, the better he will be.
  • Grant Crum stood out with his continued performance all weekend. Could be the sleeper of his class.

Rubio Long Snapping will kick off it’s summer tour with camps in TX on June 9, the TOP 12 and EVENT ELITE camp on June 21-23, the Underclassmen Invite Event on June 29-30, CA on July 11, NC on July 15, GA on July 17, the College Camp on July 19-21, MA on July 25, IL on July 27 and CA on July 29.

Rubio will also be running college specialists camps for  LSU, Texas A&M, Alabama, UCLA, Oregon and Washington as well. All information can be found on RubioLongSnapping.com

Thank you

 

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Happy Ranksgiving to the Class of 2014 Long Snappers from the 11th Annual Spring Event

The rankings are completed for the class of 2014 Long Snappers that participated in the Rubio Long Snapping 11th Annual National Snapping Spring Event in Las Vegas!

TONS of movement in this class and get ready to see a new #1 Long Snapper! This summer is going to be massive for this class. I am not sure I have ever had a class capable of so much movement.

KEY POINTS:

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

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

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

Ranksgiving

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The Long Snapping Instructors in Vegas

As you know, I choose a couple Rubio Long Snappers in college and the pros to help me out at my camps. Vegas is the biggest one and I always get the most requests from athletes wanting to help out. I am sure it has a bit to do with me and a lot to do with Vegas:)

My rationale for who gets to go is simple, you represent me well and you are chosen. Simple. I will check Twitter, Facebook and anything else I can view…if I see anything that does not represent who I am and what Rubio Long Snapping is all about, you will not get brought on staff.  My Long Snappers are among the best in the country, however a major factor for choosing my staff members is based upon their personality.

I just received this email from a parent and I had to share….

“Thanks for a great camp.  I know you are probably flooded with emails following the camp so I will try and make it brief.  I just wanted to share a story from the past weekend.  My son _____ was somewhat disappointed in his performance during the camp; he has been working his butt off preparing.  As we sat in the airport awaiting our plane my son was still in his Rubio Shirt.  Three of your instructors, kickers Matt Anderson (Sailer guy), Andrew Endicott (Sailer guy) and long snapper Nick Monaghan, still in their red shirts, saw him and immediately came over to him.  They immediately started asking him about the camp and long snapping, offering advice and encouragement.  They asked what his rank was and my son kind of mumbled the # under his breath; all three started laughing about their rankings when they started out.  They told him how the kids at the top in the beginning were not always the ones there in the end.  Andrew Endicott gave the best advice when he told Jack “this is a game of attrition, the ones that stick with it, work hard, hit the camps are the ones who finish the highest in the end.”  They further talked about staying out of trouble and keeping your grades up; utilizing real examples of kids they knew with a ton of talent, who blew it because of bad choices. 

I truly could not have scripted a better scenario for that time and place.  A nice hello would have been sufficient and made him feel good, but they stayed there talking to him for about twenty minutes.  I got the feeling they took immense pride in those red shirts and they felt that it was their turn to repay the mentorship that Rubio Long Snapping  / Chris Sailer Kicking staff had given them.  I flew home with one motivated kid ready to start preparing for his next camp and the upcoming season.  Thanks again for running a great program.”     

That email makes my heart full but it gets better. I forwarded it Rubio Long Snapper Nick Monaghan, one of the instructors in Vegas and here was his response….

“We did what the instructors before us did when we were campers.”

And the cycle continues….LOVE it and my heart is full.

Welcome to Rubio Long Snapping.

Thank you

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