10 Most Common Questions About VEGAS XXVII

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1. How do I get invited to VEGAS XXVII? You don’t! It is OPEN TO ALL LONG SNAPPERS. It is not an invite only camp. It is a first come, first served Event. You register and you are in. 

2. How old do you have to be to attend VEGAS XXVII? 8th grader through second year of Junior College. I will allow younger if it is pre-approved through me. 

3. Is VEGAS XXVII only for advanced Long Snappers? NO, it is open to all levels of Long Snappers. The early you go, the better you will be in the long run. Trust me, I have seen it countless times. Don’t be the guy who waits and then blows it because they were too nervous. Go early and get your butterflies knocked out sooner than later. 

4. Will there be small group session this JanuaryYes! There will be a 4-5 pm session. It is a one hour blocks meant to knock off the rust, get some last minute fine-tuning in and get used to the fields, brand new football and myself. 

5. Is there a hotel you recommend for the Long Snappers and their parents? Yes, we have a group rate with the JW Marriott. It is about one mile from the fields and is superb.

6. When should we book flights? Plan on arriving on Friday and either leaving after 9 pm on Sunday evening (camp will end at 7 pm) or Monday morning. Please note: Monday, the 18th of January is a holiday. You will definitely want to be at the hotel for the Awards Show on Friday night (7 pm)

7. Is there a rental car company you recommend? Yes, for rental cars, follow these steps: Go to www.enterprise.com, Fill in the information as dates and times needed, In the optional area you will add L540231 and then click continue, The next screen will ask for a PIN which is RUB, Choose your car and enjoy the discount.

10532558_799769966765802_261675554708847939_n8. If I am playing another sport (basketball) on Friday, can I arrive on Saturday morning? Yes, but I MUST be notified as early as possible so I can put you in a later group on Saturday. 

9. Why is VEGAS XXVII important? It is a major one for the recruitment of seniors since it is right before signing day, beyond important for the underclassmen as their recruiting will just be going into high gear and your only chance to be selected to the TOP 12 (the TOP 12  will be selected for the Invite Only TOP 12 and EVENT ELITE camp this summer in CA)

10. What do I get for attending VEGAS XXVII? The best on Long Snapping instruction in the world, a chance to meet the best Long Snappers in college and the NFL (they will be on hand assisting me all weekend), a Rubio Long Snapping shirt, a profile page with Rubio Long Snapping, a YouTube video to be used at your discretion, a chance to make the TOP 12 and the winner of the camp receives one year of free Rubio Long Snapping camps (accommodations and transportation not included).

You can register for VEGAS XXVII HERE

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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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Happy Ranksgiving to the Class of 2017 Long Snappers

VEGAS XXV FinalsThe rankings are completed for ALL 2017 Long Snappers that participated in the Rubio Long Snapping National Event: VEGAS XXV!

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

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

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

  • Thomas Fletcher: Fletcher is the first sophomore to win a VEGAS event.  He was absolute nails under pressure and acted as if it was just a given that he would win the whole thing from the start….love that. His form is very good (could move his butt down just a tad) and he uses his whole body really well. This kid is flat out very good for his age and is almost ready for college now.
  • Mitch Hall: He is snapping with some confidence and the more of that he snaps with, the better he will be in the long run.  Hall has VERY good starting form. The more he trusts it, the higher he goes in the rankings.  Athletically, he moved pretty darn well.  He moved quickly and got up quickly through the agility and tackling station. I love this kid’s attitude. You should keep a very close eye on him.
  • Nate Durham: It looks like there is going to be a severe battle for the top spot in the coming months for the class of 2017.  Durham could easily take the lead. His form is VERY good and he is snapping the ball with good speed. He needs to make sure his eyes are getting all the way through for more speed, accuracy and consistency.  Athletically, he moves well for his size but needs to be able to control his body a bit more when moving forward and laterally over the bags. He has TONS of potential. He should be seriously thinking about EVENT ELITE at VEGAS XXVI.
  • Jeremiah Riordan:  Riordan is really moving forward and he is doing it quickly.  I loved what I saw at VEGAS XXV.   This kid has very good size for his age and solid form.  He is using his whole body really well and snaps with power.  I would love to see him have no hiccups with his eyes/head as he drives them through his legs.  That will help with accuracy, consistency and speed.  Athletically, he moved fast and tackled well. Being a little more agile will be something I will be looking for at VEGAS XXVI. Very good upside with this kid.
  • Jake Hess: He is snapping with very good confidence and really letting the ball fly out of his hands. One of the best parts about Hess is how coachable he is….you tell him to work on something, give him some time, you come back and it is done.  He will make a coach very happy in the coming years.  He is driving his head through well and snapping with good power.  Athletically, he needs to make sure he focuses on all aspects of the agility and tackling station or he will remain stuck at 4 stars for some time. He has a VERY good attitude.
  • Kasey Kelleher: This kid has wonderful form and is snapping a nice, crisp ball that has some very good pop on it. I would love to see him lean back a bit more to ensure more power and consistency.  Athletically, he moves well on his feet and has good control all around. Kelleher has tons of potential and could take the top spot at VEGAS XXVI.
  • Joe Calcagno: He is snapping with good form and he is using his body well. It is really simple for Calcagno….the harder he snaps, the better he does in all aspects of his snapping. Athletically, I want him to not be too timid and attack every movement.  This includes the tackling aspect of the agility and tackling drill. He has good potential.
  • Matthew Smith: He is very athletic and moved flawlessly through the agility and tackling section of VEGAS XXV.  I would love to see him lower his butt a bit more to really gain some speed on the ball.  Dropping two inches lower will get him to be consistently in the .7 second range. Smith’s form is very good and he is right on the cusp of greatness. I am telling you, keep a VERY close eye on this kid at VEGAS XXVI and beyond.
  • Devin Noth: He is built long and has a frame that will be able to put on some good weight in the coming years. His hands are like rockets and the ball jumps out of the gate.  So fast in fact, Noth is almost hard to time. He needs to really make sure he gets his eyes and head all the way through to be more accurate and consistent. Athletically, he might be the smoothest in all of his class. He dominated the agility and tackling station. You need to watch this kid VERY closely.  He made a massive jump in the rankings.
  • Trevor Dhabalt: He is one of those Long Snappers that shows waves of brilliance. Some snaps are exceptional and some need work. I would love to see him lift his release point a bit and really snap with full power at all times. When he tries to aim the ball, it dies and we don’t want that.  Dhabalt’s form is good and he needs to trust it. Athletically, he moves smooth and with purpose. Controlling his body will help at VEGAS XXVI.

Notables: John Davis, Jake Pagel, Jacob Rubenstein, Austin Reeves, Kyle O’Connor, Caleb Lawver, & Ryan Culbertson.

KEY POINTS:

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

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

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

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Chris-Rubio-2Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world. Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

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

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Happy Ranksgiving to the Class of 2018 Long Snappers

VEGAS XXV FinalsThe rankings are completed for ALL 2018 Long Snappers that participated in the Rubio Long Snapping National Event: VEGAS XXV!

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

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

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

  • Ross Reiter was tremendous all weekend at VEGAS XXV. Very strong for his age and snaps the ball with good power. Love his attitude.
  • Kyle Petrucci He is built EXTREMELY long.  His has outstanding athleticism for his size. He moves with purpose and also tackled very well.  One to watch.
  • Roen McCullough He looks and snaps like someone three years older than he actually is.  Roen ept very good control of his body and tackled well at the agility and tackling station. He has TONS and TONS of potential.
  • Ryan Walsh His form is excellent and he is snapping with confidence. Ryan needs to make sure he locks down his spiral so the ball is smooth and easy to catch. Walsh has a good attitude and is always improving.
  • Joseph Ramos He is a solid Long Snapper with great size already for his age.  By VEGAS XXVI I want to see lighter and smoother moves on the agility and tackling station. He is a good kid with tons of potential.
  • Jerrett Key Key has a good frame for his age and snaps a solid ball. His snap is tight and shows good accuracy. He is a very good snapper for his age. He broke down and tackled very well at the agility section of the weekend.
  • John Raines He has exceptional form and snaps with a lot of power. Raines has very impressive speed for his age and tons of potential.  He listens well so he could shatter the charts. Keep a very close eye on him throughout high school.
  • Brendan Watson He is easily one of the most athletic Long Snappers in his class. He moved very well on his feet. His form is very good and he does a solid job of using his whole body throughout the snapping motion. Watch him this spring and at VEGAS XXVI.

FUTURE STARS

  • Quentin Skinner  He is easily the best middle school Long Snapper in the country. This kid is a monster.
  • JC Vega He has VERY good starting form and looks good snapping the ball. Keep a very close eye on this one. He could be tops of his class quickly.
  • Simon Samarzich He has very good form and is an excellent Long Snapper for his age.

Notables: Gabriel Cervantes, Hunter Becker, Noah Turner, & Dillon Hayes

KEY POINTS:

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

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

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

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Chris-Rubio-2Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world. Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

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

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Happy Ranksgiving to the Class of 2015 Long Snappers

VEGAS XXV FinalsThe rankings are completed for ALL 2015 Long Snappers that participated in the Rubio Long Snapping National Event: VEGAS XXV!

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

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

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

  • Blake Ferguson was like a machine. Every thing you hear about him is true, plus more. He is that good.
  • Wesley Farnsworth is, easily, the most athletic Long Snapper in the country and I would put him up against any other high school player and still have my money on Farnsworth.
  • Liam McCullough has rockets for hands and catches fire.
  • AJ Carty will put a hole in his punter if he is not paying attention. Timed him several times in the .5s!
  • Tyler Griffiths has never once looked better after a camp. Kid is always improving.
  • Michael Poujol is, by far, the best available Long Snapper in the country.
  • Grant Gluhaich was simply amazing all weekend. Fire comes off his ball it is moving so quickly. Missed winning by two inches.
  • Jordan Ober handles pressure as well anyone in the country.
  • Hayden Sak is a massive man with tons of potential and talent.
  • Travis Baugus was on fire and snapping with great confidence. Passes an eyeball test quickly.
  • Drew McCracken is a pure athlete that rips the ball back to the punter.
  • Ryan Simmons was oozing confidence and he was outstanding all weekend.

Notables: Richard Wilcox, Brendan Lowery, Matt Foley, Chase Urbach, Owen Gilbert, Peter Comaroto, Ryan Parris, Harrison Hoffman, Logan Hamilton, Zach Wood, JT Bale, Kyle Varnell, Marco Cadavieco, Christian Samarzich, Landon Giammalva, Michael Soto, Wyatt Leath and Ryan Oak.

KEY POINTS:

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

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

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

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Chris-Rubio-2Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world. Rubio Long Snapping can help you to become the best snapper you can be!

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

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Vegas XXV Average Snap Speeds

Here are the average snap speeds from VEGAS XXV in alphabetical order.

For the speed of the snap, the clock started as soon as the Long Snapper began the snapping motion and the clock stopped when the ball hit the target.  If the ball missed the target completely, the time was recorded as one second.  Each Long Snapper’s average was calculated from 12 various snaps on Sunday while using the Rubio Target as well as by Rubio.

Adams, C

0.79

Alexander, D

0.74

Aloma, J

0.69

Anderson, K

0.96

Anthony, E

1.10

Appio, Z

0.93

Arent, N

0.71

Arroyo, R

1.00

Arroyo, T

0.75

Ashe, A

0.78

Babb, W

0.76

Baldeck, M

0.87

Bale, J

0.72

Barham, J

0.77

Barstow, S

0.93

Baugus, T

0.78

Beauford, B

0.95

Becker, H

1.06

Bentley, B

1.01

Bettis, J

0.75

Biby, B

0.81

Blaylock, A

0.90

Block, A

0.86

Boudreaux, M

0.98

Boudreaux, T

0.75

Bowling, T

0.80

Brady, J

0.76

Brennan, C

1.01

Brennan, J

0.78

Buis, M

1.00

Burcher, M

0.93

Cadavieco, M

0.78

Calcagno, J

0.92

Cameron, B

0.78

Cantrell, D

0.83

Capp, B

0.81

Carty, A

0.56

Casillas, M

0.87

Castro, D

0.82

Ceballos, N

0.81

Cervantes, G

0.98

Cesear, J

0.74

Chase, D

0.84

Cline, G

0.77

Clore, C

0.92

Cognetti, D

0.92

Colwell, J

0.90

Comaroto, P

0.73

Coughlin, P

0.79

Cruikshank, W

0.81

Crum, G

0.84

Culbertson, R

0.82

Curry, M

0.79

Daggett, B

0.77

Daniel, G

0.87

Davis, J

0.82

Den Bleyker, J

0.70

Dhabalt, T

0.84

Dickerson, E

0.87

Diffee, D

0.75

DioGuardi, B

0.90

Dixon, J

0.81

Drager, L

0.82

Durham, N

0.79

Eatherly, G

0.67

Eckelberg, K

0.98

Edwards, A

0.80

Eitemiller, S

0.88

Eldridge, D

1.08

England, Z

0.83

English, M

0.92

Epley, T

0.73

Farnsworth, W

0.71

Fean, T

0.79

Ferguson, B

0.62

Fields, Brandon

0.81

Finnicum, C

0.71

Fisher, J

1.00

Fletcher, N

0.74

Fletcher, T

0.74

Foley, M

0.78

Freeman, H

0.78

Freund, F

0.73

Gaines, R

0.97

Galvan, O

0.80

Giammalva, L

0.79

Gibbs, K

0.85

Gibson, J

0.82

Gifford, B

0.89

Gilbert, O

0.73

Gilliam, T

0.77

Givens, T

0.87

Gluhaich, G

0.62

Goodison, M

0.85

Goodwin, J

0.79

Grant, Z

0.85

Griffiths, T

0.69

Guthrie, J

0.72

Hale, B

0.79

Hall, M

0.82

Hamilton, L

0.84

Haney, J

0.82

Hasty-Grant, T

0.82

Hayes, D

1.00

Hayes, K

0.82

Hernandez, C

0.90

Hess, J

0.86

Hiett, R

0.87

Hoffman, H

0.74

Holman, J

0.88

Hutson, N

0.78

Jacobs, Z

0.80

Jacobson, J

0.79

Jaffe, G

0.78

James, C

0.95

Jenkins, E

0.95

Jenkins, S

0.82

Jerman, D

0.95

Johnson, D

0.74

Jumper, B

0.89

Karres, G

0.77

Kelleher, K

0.72

Kemp, P

0.72

Key, J

0.81

King, J

0.89

Kirkegaard, C

0.75

Klippenstein, K

0.79

Klotz, S

0.83

Klusman, L

0.72

Knight, J

0.79

Knight, M

0.89

Knowlton, J

0.98

Koziel, B

0.93

Kragero, C

0.78

Kramer, T

0.69

LaCilento, M

0.95

Lauvai, I

0.74

Lawson, E

0.83

Lawver, C

0.92

Leath, W

0.78

Leckrone, M

0.85

Lefton, P

0.99

Letter, J

0.77

Long, C

0.96

Lowery, B

0.73

Magness, J

0.77

Mahorney, J

0.85

Marker, J

0.98

Markgraf, K

0.77

McCracken, D

0.72

McCullough, L

0.65

McCullough, R

0.95

McDonough, C

0.71

Merickel, T

0.81

Meyer, S

0.71

Michaelsen, A

0.92

Miller, G

0.94

Miller, J

1.02

Miller, S

1.01

Mimbs, T

0.86

Mimoun, J

0.88

Mitchell, C

0.70

Mitchell, J

0.72

Monaco, P

0.75

Moore, I

0.96

Moore, J

0.79

Moss, Z

0.90

Muller, R

0.74

Munoz, J

0.62

Munsey, J

0.74

Murphy, J

0.85

Myers, J

0.79

Nicholas, T

0.79

Nielsen, C

0.93

Noth, D

0.80

O’Connor, K

0.87

O’Donoghue, M

0.71

Oak, R

0.71

Ober, J

0.70

Oliveira, M

0.83

Pagel, J

0.77

Palmer, D

0.89

Paprota, D

0.80

Parris, R

0.83

Petrucci, K

0.93

Piatt, C

0.78

Picerelli, J

0.79

Pladson, W

0.74

Plash, S

0.77

Pohlman, E

0.72

Pool, L

0.89

Poujol, M

0.71

Powell, K

0.77

Prevette, K

0.97

Probst, J

0.72

Quiggle, J

0.71

Racina, N

0.85

Raines, J

0.85

Ramos, Jaycob

0.84

Ramos, Joseph

0.90

Ratliff, A

0.73

Ray, J

0.83

Reeves, A

0.83

Reiter, D

0.75

Reiter, R

0.86

Richardson, B

0.96

Riddle, C

1.06

Riordan, J

0.84

Robinson, B

0.84

Robinson, P

0.87

Rubenstein, J

0.80

Ruff, R

0.93

Sablan, S

0.90

Sablan, T

0.94

Sainsbury, B

0.90

Sak, H

0.75

Samarzich, C

0.75

Samarzich, S

0.87

Sammut, Jake

0.81

Sassler, B

0.81

Sayan, C

0.84

Schoenberger, Z

0.89

Scoggins, G

0.75

Scott, C

0.95

Seacat, I

0.81

Shannon, J

0.66

Sharp, D

0.88

Shores, S

0.81

Siegel, S

0.85

Simmons, R

0.78

Skinner, Q

0.73

Skrobot, G

0.84

Smith, M

0.81

Smith, M. B.

0.82

Snodgrass, P

0.85

Sokach-Minnick, T

0.90

Somers, S

0.94

Soto, M

0.77

Spiewak, A

0.81

Stephenson, Q

0.83

Steward, G

0.84

Stracener, T

0.86

Sullivan, B

0.85

Suter, R

0.91

Tanner, J

0.98

Tebbetts, C

0.90

Thomas, A

0.92

Thomas, K

0.79

Thomas, P

0.74

Thompson, T

0.98

Toothman, A

0.92

Torres, L

,87

Trammel, N

0.96

Tulo, A

0.97

Turner, N

0.90

Urbach, C

0.79

Vaca, J

0.75

Varnell, K

0.77

Vaughn, J

0.82

Vega, J

0.93

Walker, Nathan

0.74

Walker, R

1.00

Walsh, K

0.73

Walsh, R

0.83

Walsh, S

1.01

Watkins, B

0.81

Watkins, R

0.84

Watson, B

0.93

Wellenhoffer, J

0.76

Weneta, N

0.92

Wethli, S

0.79

Wilcox, R

0.76

Wilhite, P

0.89

Williams, P

0.87

Willis, B

0.89

Wirtel, S

0.83

Wood, C

1.04

Wood, Z

0.63

Workman, J

0.80

Worthen, J

1.01

Wright, H

0.63

Wyatt, B

0.74

Zakavec, J

0.77

Zimolzak, B

0.82

Zindler, Z

0.78

2499

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

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40 Times from VEGAS XXV

Each Long Snapper was timed twice on Sunday running a 40 yard sprint. Here are their averages (alphabetically).

Adams, C

4.96

Alexander, D

5.87

Aloma, J

5.60

Anderson, K

6.16

Anthony, E

7.68

Appio, Z

5.53

Arent, N

5.26

Arroyo, R

6.98

Arroyo, T

DNP

Ashe, A

5.28

Babb, W

5.71

Baldeck, M

5.89

Bale, J

5.37

Barham, J

5.27

Barstow, S

5.31

Baugus, T

5.45

Beauford, B

5.93

Becker, H

7.13

Bentley, B

5.87

Bettis, J

5.55

Biby, B

5.17

Blaylock, A

5.75

Block, A

5.49

Boudreaux, M

5.40

Boudreaux, T

5.52

Bowling, T

5.32

Brady, J

5.38

Brennan, C

5.67

Brennan, J

5.05

Buis, M

5.83

Burcher, M

5.81

Cadavieco, M

6.01

Calcagno, J

5.71

Cameron, B

5.50

Campbell, G

5.82

Cantrell, D

5.46

Capp, B

5.58

Carty, A

5.95

Casillas, M

6.05

Castro, D

7.09

Ceballos, N

5.53

Cervantes, G

6.36

Cesear, J

4.64

Chase, D

5.50

Cline, G

5.31

Clore, C

6.42

Cognetti, D

5.95

Colwell, J

5.85

Comaroto, P

5.68

Coughlin, P

5.58

Cruikshank, W

5.83

Crum, G

6.37

Culbertson, R

5.60

Curry, M

5.53

Daggett, B

5.75

Daniel, G

5.72

Davis, J

5.68

Den Bleyker, J

5.09

Dhabalt, T

5.33

Dickerson, E

5.01

Diffee, D

5.41

DioGuardi, B

5.77

Dixon, J

4.98

Drager, L

5.52

Durham, N

5.82

Eatherly, G

5.16

Eckelberg, K

6.25

Edwards, A

5.60

Eitemiller, S

5.64

Eldridge, D

6.17

England, Z

5.88

English, M

5.36

Epley, T

5.25

Farnsworth, W

4.73

Fean, T

5.36

Ferguson, B

5.24

Finnicum, C

5.49

Fisher, J

5.96

Fletcher, N

5.55

Fletcher, T

5.31

Foley, M

5.94

Freeman, H

5.31

Freund, F

5.44

Gaines, R

8.05

Galvan, O

5.64

Giammalva, L

5.09

Gibbs, K

5.43

Gibson, J

5.83

Gifford, B

5.97

Gilbert, O

5.40

Gilliam, T

5.95

Givens, T

5.27

Gluhaich, G

5.16

Goodison, M

5.39

Goodwin, J

6.03

Grant, Z

5.62

Griffiths, T

5.48

Guthrie, J

5.66

Hale, B

5.38

Hall, M

5.94

Hamilton, L

5.00

Haney, J

5.11

Hasty-Grant, T

5.47

Hayes, D

6.39

Hayes, K

5.65

Hernandez, C

5.87

Hess, J

6.94

Hiett, R

5.94

Hoffman, H

5.60

Holman, J

5.79

Hutson, N

5.59

Jacobs, Z

5.90

Jacobson, J

5.56

Jaffe, G

5.57

James, C

5.66

Jenkins, E

6.47

Jenkins, S

5.27

Jerman, D

5.80

Johnson, D

5.41

Jumper, B

5.09

Karres, G

5.21

Kelleher, K

5.54

Kemp, P

5.58

Key, J

6.05

King, J

6.01

Kirkegaard, C

5.15

Klippenstein, K

5.65

Klotz, S

5.50

Klusman, L

5.29

Knight, J

5.74

Knight, M

5.63

Knowlton, J

5.72

Korinek, S

5.44

Koziel, B

5.50

Kragero, C

5.42

Kramer, T

5.44

LaCilento, M

6.29

Lauvai, I

5.49

Lawson, E

6.32

Lawver, C

6.10

Leath, W

5.42

Leckrone, M

6.06

Lefton, P

7.01

Letter, J

5.27

Long, C

5.60

Lowery, B

5.80

Magness, J

5.71

Mahorney, J

6.05

Marker, J

7.67

Markgraf, K

5.80

McCracken, D

5.27

McCullough, L

5.40

McCullough, R

6.01

McDonough, C

5.13

Merickel, T

5.64

Meyer, S

5.95

Michaelsen, A

5.67

Miller, G

6.23

Miller, J

6.02

Miller, S

5.84

Mimbs, T

5.33

Mimoun, J

5.87

Mitchell, C

4.88

Mitchell, J

5.51

Monaco, P

5.33

Moore, I

5.74

Moore, J

5.76

Moss, Z

5.56

Muller, R

4.68

Munoz, J

5.29

Munsey, J

5.89

Murphy, J

5.75

Myers, J

5.63

Nicholas, T

5.75

Nielsen, C

6.41

Noth, D

5.41

O’Connor, K

5.96

O’Donoghue, M

5.63

Oak, R

5.00

Ober, J

5.00

Oliveira, M

5.41

Pagel, J

5.34

Palmer, D

5.60

Paprota, D

5.72

Parris, R

6.18

Petrucci, K

6.40

Piatt, C

5.42

Picerelli, J

5.26

Pladson, W

6.54

Plash, S

5.16

Pohlman, E

5.21

Pool, L

5.70

Poujol, M

5.37

Powell, K

5.51

Prevette, K

6.02

Probst, J

5.31

Quiggle, J

5.19

Racina, N

5.47

Raines, J

5.78

Ramos, J

5.53

Ramos, J

6.02

Ratliff, A

5.08

Ray, J

5.37

Reeves, A

5.61

Reiter, D

6.30

Reiter, R

6.43

Richardson, B

6.28

Riddle, C

6.60

Riordan, J

5.32

Robinson, B

6.22

Robinson, P

5.67

Rubenstein, J

5.91

Ruff, R

5.58

Sablan, S

5.87

Sablan, T

5.98

Sainsbury, B

6.15

Sak, H

5.52

Samarzich, C

5.43

Samarzich, S

5.90

Sassler, B

5.21

Sayan, C

6.03

Schoenberger, Z

6.30

Scoggins, G

6.18

Scott, C

6.70

Seacat, I

4.94

Shannon, J

5.10

Sharp, D

5.41

Shores, S

5.25

Siegel, S

5.35

Simmons, R

5.61

Skinner, Q

5.51

Skrobot, G

5.21

Smith, M

5.50

Smith, M. B.

5.12

Snodgrass, P

5.42

Sokach-Minnick, T

5.66

Somers, S

5.72

Soto, M

5.41

Spiewak, A

5.65

Stephenson, Q

5.69

Steward, G

6.35

Stracener, T

5.65

Sullivan, B

5.28

Suter, R

5.68

Tanner, J

5.94

Tebbetts, C

5.97

Thomas, A

6.86

Thomas, K

5.52

Thomas, P

5.78

Thompson, T

6.26

Toothman, A

6.93

Torres, L

5.92

Trammel, N

5.37

Tulo, A

5.93

Turner, N

5.61

Urbach, C

5.12

Vaca, J

5.96

Varnell, K

4.98

Vaughn, J

5.57

Vega, J

5.99

Walker, R

6.32

Walsh, K

5.53

Walsh, R

5.92

Walsh, S

6.22

Watkins, B

5.22

Watkins, R

5.72

Watson, B

5.77

Wellenhoffer, J

5.42

Weneta, N

5.34

Wethli, S

5.79

Wilcox, R

5.57

Wilhite, P

5.76

Williams, P

6.25

Willis, B

6.43

Wirtel, S

5.02

Wood, C

5.96

Wood, Z

5.87

Workman, J

5.32

Worthen, J

6.87

Wright, H

5.15

Wyatt, B

5.31

Zakavec, J

5.75

Zimolzak, B

5.28

Zindler, Z

5.16

2109

VEGAS XXV Contest with SoloShot!

"Rubioing" at it's finest!

“Rubioing” at it’s finest!

Every year, Sailer and I have a contest as we head towards our big Vegas Events. The contest usually entails a Long Snapper, kicker or punter taking a creative photo either “Rubioing” if you are a Long Snapper or “Sailering” if you are a kicker/punter.

Since VEGAS XXV is going to be the biggest and best Vegas Event we have ever had, we have stepped up the game.

SoloShot has told us they want in on the contest and they are putting up a BIG prize for the winners.

The contest entails you must follow @SOLOSHOTupdates on Twitter and Instagram, then whenever taking you’re desired photo of “Rubioing” or “Sailering” en route to VEGAS XXV, tag @TheChrisRubio (obviously if you are a Long Snapper) or @Chris_Sailer (if you are a kicker/punter) as well as tagging @SOLOSHOTupdates on Twitter AND Instagram. One winner will be selected by Rubio / SoloShot and the other by Sailer /SoloShot for most creative post.

The winners will be announced on Saturday at 8 pm pst. and will receive a Base and Tag package. retail value of $399 This package will keep you’re desired camera pointed at you from up to 2,000ft away capturing all of you’re training sessions.

May the best Long Snapper and kicker/punter win! Game on!

1222

Zumer Sports will be at VEGAS XXV!

Zumer Sports will be on site at VEGAS XXV on Saturday, January 17, 2015! They will have a wide array of gear sporting the Rubio Long Snapping logo. If you have never seen the Zumer products, you will be really impressed as they have high-quality gear made from actual football leather. Unique to say the least!

If you have any questions, please contact info@zumersport.com

See you soon!

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1156

SoloShot Will Be on Hand at VEGAS XXV!

SoloShotSoloShot will on hand at VEGAS XXV! Yesterday, I had a great meeting with them on the phone regarding fully implementing the “robot cameraman” into the Long Snappers regimen on Sunday during competition day. We both agreed it would be great to get some film of them when they are ….. nah, you are going to have to wait and find out:)

SoloShot was on hand at the Rubio Long Snapping Season Prep Camp in CA, New York in September and NC/GA in November and was very impressive.

What is SoloShot? Basically, the subject (whomever you want to film) wears a “tag” (size of a watch) and the SoloShot follows that person, non-stop, for as long as you want. It is kind of creepy, but in a good way and can be done from 2,000 feet away.

You use any video camera you want, you set it up on top of the SoloShot which is on a tripod. Boom. Done. A parent or coach can now actually see real life instead of always behind a small viewing screen.

If you have any questions, please contact james.carr@soloshot.com

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Happy Ranksgiving the Class of 2017 Long Snappers

The rankings are completed for ALL  2017 Long Snappers that participated in the Rubio Long Snapping fall Camp in IL.

Long Snappers came in from MA, MI, KY, IN, OH, CA, IA, TN, WI, NE, KY, NJ and, of course, IL to learn from the best and get the most exposure possible for Long Snappers.

Next ranking opportunity will be in NC on November 22GA on November 23rd and at VEGAS XXV.

Riordan, Jeremiah

Jeremiah Riordan

The best 2017 Long Snapper at the camp was Jeremiah Riordan. He has a great frame and is snapping with a lot of confidence. Definitely one to keep an eye on at VEGAS XXV

  • Shiloh Mast was very strong all day. The bigger he gets, the better he will be. Love his attitude.
  • Jake Hess had the best camp of his career. Snapping with good confidence and speed.
  • Nate Durham has all the tools to be a great one. Watch him at VEGAS XXV.
  • Kasey Kelleher was impressive with snaps in the .7s all day long.
  • Marshall Coluzzi has improved immensely and just looks to keep getting better.
  • Joe Calcagno is a very solid overall Long Snapper.
  • John Davis could be one of the best with a few tweaks. Watch him.

Notables: Cole Stewart and Dakota Jerman

KEY POINTS:

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

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

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

Be sure to check out the amazing recap video below from the Rubio Long Snapping fall camp in IL.

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Happy Ranksgiving to the Class of 2016 Long Snappers

The rankings are completed for ALL  2016 Long Snappers that participated in the Rubio Long Snapping fall Camp in IL.

Long Snappers came in from MA, MI, KY, IN, OH, CA, IA, TN, WI, NE, KY, NJ and, of course, IL to learn from the best and get the most exposure possible for Long Snappers.

Next ranking opportunity will be in NC on November 22GA on November 23rd and at VEGAS XXV.

Jaffe, Grant

Grant Jaffe

The best 2016 Long Snapper at the camp was Grant Jaffe. Grant came all the way out from CA and did a wonderful job. He passes the eye ball test very quickly and is one of the smoothest Long Snappers in his class.

  • Trent Kramer was excellent all day with a great frame and powerful snaps.
  • Bradley Robinson is growing by the day and has excellent form.
  • Phillip Thomas was impressive with good speed and accuracy.
  • Gabe Skrobot looks like a college player right now and is headed that way with his form
  • Paul Monaco was solid all day and improving very quickly.

Notables: Seth Swanson, Tim Fean, Joseph Yaksich and Austin Spiewak

KEY POINTS:

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

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

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

Be sure to check out the amazing recap video below from the Rubio Long Snapping fall camp in IL.

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Rubio Long Snappers Playing This Weekend (9/4-9/7)

Teams that have a Long Snapper that has participated in a Rubio Long Snapping camp will be in bold and CAPITALIZED.

Will you be on this list in the future, prove yourself this fall and at VEGAS XXV to make it happen

As always, this list is VERY big and with so many Rubio Long Snappers playing (Rubio problem) I can miss someone. If I have missed a team, please just let me know. Please note: this is only a list of D1 teams. If I continue with D1AA-NAIA, you’d be reading until the following weekend.

GAME ON!

Thursday, September 4th
ARIZONA vs UTSA

Friday, September 5th
PITTSBURGH 
vs BOSTON COLLEGE
WASHINGTON 
STATE vs Nevada

Saturday, September 6th
FLORIDA ATLANTIC vs ALABAMA
Oklahoma vs TULSA
McNeese State vs NEBRASKA
KANSAS STATE 
vs Iowa State
MISSOURI vs TOLEDO
ARKANSAS STATE vs TENNESSEE
Buffalo vs ARMY
Stony Brook vs CONNECTICUT
SMU vs NORTH TEXAS
WESTERN KENTUCKY 
vs Illinois
AKRON vs PENN STATE
CENTRAL MICHIGAN vs PURDUE
HOWARD vs RUTGERS
South Carolina State vs CLEMSON
NAVY vs TEMPLE
SOUTH ALABAMA vs Kent State
UAB vs MISSISSIPPI STATE
NEW
MEXICO STATE vs GEORGIA STATE
Fresno State vs UTAH
SACRAMENTO STATE 
vs CALIFORNIA
COLORADO vs MASSACHUSETTS
EASTERN WASHINGTON 
vs WASHINGTON
USC vs STANFORD
EASTERN KENTUCKY vs MIAMI (OH)
Virginia Military Institute vs BOWLING GREEN
OHIO 
vs KENTUCKY
Northern Illinois vs NORTHWESTERN
MARYLAND vs SOUTH FLORIDA
BALL STATE vs Iowa
MIDDLE TENNESSEE vs Minnesota
Missouri State vs OKLAHOMA STATE
GEORGIA TECH vs TULANE
EASTERN MICHIGAN vs FLORIDA
Nicholls State vs ARKANSAS
OLE MISS vs VANDERBILT
CAMPBELL vs APPALACHIAN STATE
OLD DOMINION vs NORTH CAROLINA STATE
Wagner vs FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL
Savannah State vs GEORGIA SOUTHERN
MICHIGAN STATE vs OREGON
Gardner-Webb vs WAKE FOREST
SAN JOSE STATE vs AUBURN
ARIZONA STATE vs NEW MEXICO
EAST CAROLINA vs SOUTH CAROLINA
MURRAY STATE vs LOUISVILLE
Southeast Missouri State vs KANSAS
DUKE vs Troy
LOUISIANA TECH vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE
Rhode Island vs MARSHALL
IDAHO vs LOUISIANA-MONROE
Citadel vs FLORIDA STATE
LAMAR vs TEXAS A&M
NORTHWESTERN STATE vs BAYLOR
Sam Houston State vs LSU
MICHIGAN vs NOTRE DAME
BYU vs TEXAS
Towson vs WEST VIRGINIA
VIRGINIA TECH vs OHIO STATE
SAN DIEGO STATE vs NORTH CAROLINA
Grambling State vs HOUSTON
IDAHO STATE vs UTAH STATE
MEMPHIS vs UCLA
AIR FORCE vs WYOMING
COLORADO STATE vs BOISE STATE
OREGON STATE vs HAWAII
Texas Tech vs UTEP

Sunday, September 7th
NFL
SAINTS vs Falcons
JAGUARS
vs Eagles
REDSKINS vs TEXANS
BROWNS vs Steelers
Colts vs BRONCOS
Lindale Football Stadium at Night

 

 

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Contest for a FREE VEGAS XXV!

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 year, 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 XXV!

WHAT: You must create an original Haiku (s) that pertains to Long Snapping. 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 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 October 1st, 2014. 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 XXV! The winner will be announced on October 15, 2014. The winner will get their admission covered by me. The winner will still be responsible for travel and accommodations. 

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Hey Rubio, What’s with VEGAS XXV?

I have been getting this question a lot lately. For those of you that are new to Rubio Long Snapping, you think everything is fine. For those of you veterans, you are a bit confused.

Simple answer: VEGAS XXV is simply replacing the name of the 13th Annual National Kicking and Snapping Event in Las Vegas on January 16-18, 2015. In May, you will have VEGAS XXVI instead of the 13th Annual National Kicking and Snapping Spring Event in Las Vegas on May 9-10, 2015. As you can clearly see, VEGAS XXV is just a tad less wordy and I think more powerful.

Bottom line, they are the exact same Event and you can expect an even bigger and better Vegas this year. Sailer and I have been working on a ton of details regarding January’s event and you will be amazed at the magnitude of the whole weekend. Get ready for greatness.

Key Points about VEGAS XXV

  • Open to ALL levels of Long Snappers
  • You do NOT have to be invited
  • You want to be in Vegas by 6 pm on Friday night for the 7:00 pm awards show.
  • Monday is a holiday so plan on staying so you don’t have to rush out on Sunday.
  • Hotel and Car Rental options are on the registration page.
  • It is an instructional and exposure camp. It is NOT just charting.
  • You will be taught on Saturday and compete on Sunday.

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