Form Letter to get Long Snappers on Post-Season Lists

End of the football season is upon many of us and with that, comes local papers, websites, leagues and states awards presented to all of the top athletes that played this season. I will highlight all because, as you know, the Long Snapper is not always on these lists. This, of course, is simply absurd to me since there is no way you can have a kicker and/or punter earn an award without having a Long Snapper also earn one. As we all know, the ball doesn’t magically appear to the punter and/or holder.

To clear this up and really push it this year, I am creating a template for you to send to your local TV station, newspaper, league, city, district, state officials, etc.

 

To Whom It May Concern:

This letter is to request that a Long Snapper be added to the ___________________ (All-League, All-City, All-District, All-County, All-State, etc) List. I know the Long Snapper has been left off in the past, but that really shouldn’t be the case any longer. You see, if you are choosing a kicker and punter for this list, you definitely should have a Long Snapper on it as they start the play that the kicker and/or punter finish. It’s simple, without a Long Snapper, the kicker and/or punter simply can’t do their job. 

Not having a Long Snapper on your list would be just as bad as not having lineman. Think about it, no doubt you would have a QB or RB on your list but imagine how great they would be if they didn’t have a great line? They would have some major issues throwing and/or running the ball. The lineman do a great deal for the QB and/or the RB. They should get noticed on your list, and they do. Now, it is time to notice the Long Snapper, the person that starts the game winning kick or game changing punt. It is time.

I know an argument can be “Oh, but we really don’t know what to look for in a Long Snapper to actually judge them for our lists.” Good point but I am sure you get many points of views from high school coaches that can help mold your decision. Also, there is a company that travels the country that works just with Long Snappers that would be more than happy to help in order to get the Long Snappers the recognition they deserve. Rubio Long Snapping is this company. They see more Long Snappers than anyone in the country and have had over 1,000 of their Long Snappers go to college/NFL.

I really hope this email sticks with you and is able to get Long Snappers on your list. They deserve it and it is time.

Sincerely, _____________________

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the Washington Post, 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 14 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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Recap of the CA Fall Camp (10/28/18)

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to CA on October 28th, 2018 for their fall camp. Rubio Long Snapping will be traveling around the country this fall with stops in NC, NJ, WA, CA, TX, GA, AZ, IL with everything leading into the biggest and best Long Snapping event in the world, VEGAS XXXIII in January!

Long Snappers from CA, CO, LA & AZ all traveled to this camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping. The camp was a great time had by all with an excellent group of Long Snappers and parents.

The champion of the camp was Jack Landherr! This recent UCLA Bruin commit was actually the speed and overall champion of the entire camp. Ball hovered in the low .7s and even dipped into the .6s when he really let loose. His frame is excellent and he is smooth on his feet. Hard worker that has all of the tools to be a great Bruin!

The finals round matchups were Cruz Rubio, Jack Landherr, Kameron Hawkins, Nate Hedberg, Matt Tokos, Max Alvarez. You can see the full finals video below….

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS

Nathan Weneta (Purdue), Jack Landherr (UCLA), Ryan Aguilar (ARMY), Peter Bowden (Wisconsin)

Jack Landherr was dominant from start to finish. Overall winner of the camp plus speed champion.

Ryan Aguilar is fantastic and was absolutely ripping the ball back to the punter. Love his attitude.

Nathan Weneta was smooth as possible and was snapping with good confidence. Excellent athlete

Peter Bowden is a tremendous Long Snapper that has a very catchable ball and flawless motion.

Andrew Gonneville has excellent follow through and snaps with good power. Strong hands and upper body. Great upside.

Matt Tokos is a JC Long Snapper with quick release, great attitude and a smooth ball.

Nathan Hedberg made it deep into the finals and was inches away from winning the whole thing.

Max Alvarez showed great promise and a nice, tight spiral. Excited to see what he can do in Vegas.

Aidan Rosette might have the most upside of anyone in his class. Kid is a monster just waiting to erupt.

Matt Rhodes is big, strong, smooth and has a great attitude.

Robert Fiene showed absolute waves of brilliance. Kid can rip the ball back when he is on.

Arturo Meza was impressive for his first camp and right on the cusp of greatness.

Notables: Danny Dixon, Patrick Grimes, Jacob Raab

Kameron Hawkins

TOP 2020 LONG SNAPPERS
Kameron Hawkins was hot all day. Kid snaps one of the most consistent balls in the country. Every single snap looks exactly the same. He is just a machine

Cruz Rubio is strong, moves very well on his feet and is right on the cusp of dominating.

Cruz Rubio

Michael Munoz has the body of a college tight-end right now and still has another year to go. Smooth Long Snapper with unlimited potential.

Bryce Felt improves like there is no tomorrow. Got very hot in the afternoon and was ripping it back.

Cody White is a Long Snapper with a good attitude and an accurate ball.

Tony Villarreal is a big Long Snapper that can snap a D1 ball when he is on and he is almost always on.

Trevor Heid has great upside and is very close to greatness.

Michael Munoz

John Bergeron has a tremendous attitude, a smooth snap and some very quick hands. Getting his butt down is going to be massive for him.

Andrew Wells is strong, powerful and I love his attitude.

Aaron Estrada is a great athlete and is always in contention with his class. Going to be very good.

Davis Salom is a massive human being that will do better the less he thinks.

Michael Tokos might have the quickest hands in his class.

Sean Farfan is right on the edge of being one of the top Long Snappers in his class. Speeding up his hands will help a ton.

Notables: Mitch Carmer, Ayden Avalos, Brendan Duffy, Nathan Hall, Jack Salazar, Nic Casasante

TOP 2021 LONG SNAPPERS

JT Greep

JT Greep had a great day in CA. Absolutely love when he snaps with full power. Ball is great. Really did well athletically.

Chris Kent is a big Long Snapper that was snapping with a lot of confidence and power. Impressive day for Kent.

Mason Hutton might have the most potential of anyone in his class. Built extremely long and has all of the tools to get to the top of his class at VEGAS XXXIII.

Valentino Nguyen is athletic, quick and always improving.

Notables: Jake Arugello, Sully Devericks, Adam Masura, John Mora, Leroy Orozco, Jack Ritchie, Camden Sten, Joe Wells

TOP 2022 and beyond LONG SNAPPERS

Michael Orona

Michael Orona is a thick Long Snapper that can already get the ball back in the mid .8s. Very good attitude.

Brenden Smith is an athletic Long Snapper that listens well, is coachable and really close to having it all click. Strong hands.

Chase Martin is a 2023 Long Snapper that snapped with great force and power.

Konner Hawkins is a 2026 Long Snapper with form that is on par with a Varsity Long Snapper AND HE IS IN FIFTH GRADE!!!

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As you know, at every Rubio Long Snapping camp, the Long Snappers are tested to receive an RSI score. This is the most accurate and fair way to test a Long Snapper. Here are the RSI Scores from the CA Camp…..

Aguilar, Ryan 19            30.56 2019 – JC
Alvarez, Max 19            39.11 2019 – JC
Arguello, Jake 21               3.33 2021
Avalos, Ayden 20               3.41 2020
Barcelos, Nick 20                      – 2020
Bergeron, John 20            32.53 2020
Borak, James 20            16.30 2020
Bowden, Peter 19            35.21 2019 – JC
Bugni, Bryan 20            14.46 2020
Cappasola, Declan 21                      – 2021
Carmer, Mitch 20            16.85 2020
Casasante, Nicholas 20            10.34 2020
Devericks, Sully 21            13.48 2021
Dixon, Danny 19                      – 2019 – JC
Dreyfuss, Jack 22               3.23 2022
Duffy, Brendan 20            25.64 2020
Estrada, Aaron 20            10.98 2020
Farfan, Sean 20            21.79 2020
Felt, Bryce 20            34.67 2020
Fiene, Robert 18            38.67 2019 – JC
Freeman, Wyatt 22               9.78 2022
Gonneville, Andrew 19            38.67 2019 – JC
Greep, JT 21               3.85 2021
Grimes, Patrick 18            34.21 2019 – JC
Hall, Nathan 20            14.10 2020
Hawkins, Kameron 20            43.48 2020
Hedberg, Nathan 19            41.56 2019 – JC
Heid, Trevor 20            25.64 2020
Hutton, Mason 21                      – 2021
Kellams, Bryce 22                      – 2022
Kent, Chris 21            11.54 2021
Landherr, Jack 19            44.29 2019 – JC
Martin, Chase 23            15.46 2023 – 2025
Masura, Adam 21            37.18 2021
Medford, John 21                      – 2021
Meza, Arturo 18                      – 2019 – JC
Mora, John 21            18.75 2021
Munoz, Michael 20            33.78 2020
Nguyen, Valentino 21            25.32 2021
Orona, Michael 22               6.90 2022
Orozco, Leroy 21            17.24 2021
Peterson , Mason 19            10.23 2019 – JC
Prim, Bryce 21                      – 2021
Raab, Jacob 18            34.21 2019 – JC
Rea, Brian 19            20.45 2019 – JC
Rhodes, Matthew 19            26.32 2019 – JC
Ritchie, Jack 21            21.95 2021
Rosette, Aidan 19            22.37 2019 – JC
Rubio, Cruz 20            44.29 2020
Salazar, Jack 20            36.71 2020
Salom, Davis 20            11.54 2020
Samarzich, Simon 19                      – 2019 – JC
Short, Andrew 22               6.25 2022
Smith, Brenden 22               6.38 2022
Sten, Camden 21               9.57 2021
Tibbetts, Benjamin 22                      – 2022
Tokos, Matthew 18            39.13 2019 – JC
Tokos, Michael 20            29.49 2020
Villarreal, Tony 20            29.87 2020
Wells, Andrew 20            29.87 2020
Wells, Joe 21            13.19 2021
Weneta, Nathan 19            35.21 2019 – JC
White, Cody 20                      – 2020
Wiysel, Joseph 19            30.26 2019 – JC

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the Washington Post, 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 14 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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Recap of the WA Fall Camp (10/21/18)

Gately, Rubio and Lindsay

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to WA on October 21st, 2018 for their fall camp. Rubio Long Snapping will be traveling around the country this fall with stops in NC, NJ, WA, CA, TX, GA, AZ, IL with everything leading into the biggest and best Long Snapping event in the world, VEGAS XXXIII in January!

Long Snappers from OR, WA, CA, AZ, ID & Canada all traveled to this camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping. The camp was a great time had by all with an excellent group of Long Snappers and parents.

The champions of the camp were Gavin Gately (speed) and JJ Lindsay (overall). Gately came on very strong in the competition and was really consistent. Lindsay was hot all day and absolutely dominate during the finals. He has trimmed up his frame and looked athletic. Smooth Long Snapper with a tight spiral that handles pressure really well. Great camp for Lindsay!

The finals round matchups were Walker Hardan, Alex Sheehan, JJ Lindsay, Gavin Gately, Cole McCutcheon and Jackson Plieth.

You can see the full finals video below….

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS

JJ Lindsay

JJ Lindsay was obviously great all day with consistent snaps that took him all the way to the championship! Smooth Long Snapper that has done a great job trimming up his body and increasing his overall athleticism.

James Durr was snapping a smooth and accurate ball all day long. Good attitude and always moving in the right direction.

Josiah Hirsch is a big and strong Long Snapper that can be leader on and off the field. Form is excellent and he has done a great job of improving his power with his punt snapping.

Gavin Gately has a great frame and was snapping a really quick ball. He ended up winning the speed competition with snaps consistently in the .7s. Upside is off the charts.

Walker Hardan is big, powerful and scored the highest RSI of the whole camp. I absolutely love when Walker snaps with full power and follows all the way through.

Alex Sheehan is an accurate and consistent Long Snapper that has all of the tools to be one of the best in his class.

Shaydon Farmer is a raw Long Snapper that is a tremendous athlete. He puts it all together and he can dominate as a Long Snapper in college.

TOP 2020 LONG SNAPPERS

Tommy Sullivan

Tommy Sullivan showed great improvement in WA. He looked like a completely different Long Snapper and I just saw him in July. Ball was moving quick and he is snapping with great power.

Bryce Felt has a great form and is snapping with all of his body. Excellent attitude and he is moving well on his feet.

Cameron Landes is a super long and moves well on his feet. Absolutely love when he snaps with full power and just lets the ball loose.

Jack Laurin has a great attitude and a very accurate snap. Big fan of his overall snapping ability.

Ben Shumock might have the most upside of anyone in the 2020 class. When he is on, he is VERY on. Athletic Long Snapper that could easily do this in college if he puts it all together.

Dakota Lepine showed me some very quick hands and solid athleticism. Always improving.

Cole McCutcheon made it all the way to the finals and was inches from winning the whole thing. He shows good pop and can handle pressure well.

Grayson Pibal is very long and has a great frame to put some good weight on. Easily the smoothest Long Snapper in his class. Massive upside.

Davis Salom is massive, strong and powerful. When he drives his head through and reaches all the way back, he easily dominate his class.

NOTABLE: Bryce Smithson

TOP 2021 LONG SNAPPERS

Luke Basso

Luke Basso was a smooth Long Snapper with one of the best attitudes of anyone at the class. Upside is off the charts. Great kid.

Carson Jensen was an athletic Long Snapper with good upside.

Silas Moreau has some very quick hands and a good attitude.

Jackson Plieth

TOP 2022 LONG SNAPPERS
Jackson Plieth made it to the finals which is very impressive for a freshman (or any class for that matter). Form is excellent and he can already snap the ball in the .8s. Excellent attitude.

Blake Gorski is a good Long Snapper with a great frame and has improved a ton over the past year. Smooth Long Snapper with excellent form.

Anna DeCaprio is strong, powerful and has quick hands. When she gets fully set and gets her back flat, she can really get the ball back to the punter with some good quickness.

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As you know, at every Rubio Long Snapping camp, the Long Snappers are tested to receive an RSI score. This is the most accurate and fair way to test a Long Snapper. Here are the RSI Scores from the WA Camp…..

Antush, Joel 20                      – 2020
Basso, Luke 21                      – 2021
DeCaprio, Anna 22                      – 2022
Durr, James 19            10.00 2019 – JC
Farmer, Shaydon 19               6.38 2019 – JC
Felt, Bryce 20            12.50 2020
Ford, Tyee 22               2.50 2022
Gately, Gavin 19            22.22 2019 – JC
Geiger, Gage 21               8.33 2021
Gibson, Nathan 23                      – 2023 – 2025
Gorski, Blake 22               5.83 2022
Hardan, Walker 19            41.25 2019 – JC
Hirsch, Joisah 19               9.57 2019 – JC
Jensen, Carson 21               9.57 2021
Johnston, Jack 21            14.88 2021
Landes, Cameron 20            13.95 2020
Laurin, Jack 20            13.19 2020
Lepine, Dakota 20            13.33 2020
Lindsay, JJ 19            24.42 2019 – JC
Marshall, Chaz 19               3.13 2019 – JC
McCutcheon, Cole 20            21.18 2020
Moreau, Silas 21               3.19 2021
Pibal, Grayson 20            12.90 2020
Plieth, Jackson 22            20.93 2022
Salom, Davis 20            13.64 2020
Schumock, Ben 20            19.15 2020
Sheehan, Alex 19            30.34 2019 – JC
Smithson, Bryce 20               3.13 2020
Sullivan, Tommy 20            18.52 2020
Watkins, Lane 22               3.13 2022
Witter, Soren 19               5.61 2019 – JC

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the Washington Post, 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 14 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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Recap of the NJ Fall Camp (10/14/18)

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to NJ on October 14th, 2018 for their fall camp. Rubio Long Snapping will be traveling around the country this fall with stops in NC, NJ, WA, CA, TX, GA, AZ, IL with everything leading into the biggest and best Long Snapping event in the world, VEGAS XXXIII in January!

Long Snappers from MA, NC, NJ, NY, ON, PA, TX & VA all traveled to this camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping.  Senior Rubio Long Snapping instructor, Corey Adams, lead the camp and had a tremendous group of  Long Snappers and parents.

The Champion of the camp was Joe Shimko! Joe is an absolute machine and tremendous talent that showed his dominance all day. The Army All American and North Carolina State commit was BOTH the overall and speed champion for the astonishing FIFTH time in his Rubio Long Snapping career! I look for Joe to continue this dominance into North Carolina State and beyond!

 

 

 

 

 

The finals matchups were between Brian McNamara (43.37), Joe Shimko (29.63), Evan Davis (26.97), Zack Taylor (18.75), Chase Donahue (18.00) and Doug Sabol (15.00) You can see the full finals video below…

Top 2019 Long Snappers

Joe Shimko

Joe Shimko was amazing from start to finish and left zero doubt why he is one of the top Long Snapping athletes in the country, and in recent years. He easily passes the eye ball test and could step foot on the field right now and play in college. His snaps are fast, accurate, and could rip a hole in whoever is catching it. Expect continued domination from him for the rest of his career.

John Morton is a snapper who continues to put in work between camps and it is evident in his improvement. He is carrying his weight very well and has solid form for a man of his size. When he is on he can compete with the best in his class.

Evan Davis always impresses with the accuracy and power he possesses. The Buffalo commit hardly missed all day, and when he did they were still exceptional snaps. Should transition well into college and make an impact in the near term!

Brian McNamara

Brian McNamara impressed all day and can throw heat back to the punter with great accuracy and consistency. On top of his snapping ability, his athleticism separated himself from the other athletes at the camp. Had an amazing all-around day.

Brady Spafford is a very athletic and powerful long snapper with a ton of potential. He showed the ability to throw darts back to the punter and holder. Brady has a very high ceiling and is oozing with potential.

Chase Donahue is a tall snapper with a great frame that can put on a lot of weight with no problem. When he is on, he throws a very catchable and accurate ball, which propelled him to the finals.

Demetrick Ray is a powerful snapper that shows flashes of greatness. Has the desire to be great and will continue to work at his craft.

 

Top 2020 Long Snappers

Bryce Eimer

Bryce Eimer had a great performance from beginning to end. The long time Rubio Long Snapper displayed what all the years of work can lead up to as he was snapping extremely accurate, quick and catchable balls all day. On top of this, he is a great athlete with a frame that can easily carry more weight and fill out over the coming years.

Jake Foggia

Jake Foggia is another long time Rubio Long Snapper who continues to improve between every camp. He performed at a very high level throughout the day, snapping extremely accurate and quick balls. Continues to put on good weight and develop into an athlete.

Sam Doughty is a very powerful and well-built Long Snapper who showed flashes of brilliance throughout the day. His legs look like he can squat 1,000 lbs and he carries the rest of his weight very well in his upper body. With continued refining of his craft he has the ability to be exceptional.

TJ Latore was a snapper who you could see slowly put together things throughout the day and improved noticeably from the first snap to the last. Great kid with a fantastic attitude along with great athletic ability. Investing in the small details will be big for him, but once he does it will take him to a whole different tier of talent.

Brandon Richards had a great day showing lots of promise in his ability and growth. He snaps a very accurate and consistent ball, and with his continued work will add speed to his snap which will make him competitive with the upper echelon of his class.

Andy Lan was full health at this camp and it really showed. His form continues to become picture perfect and his accuracy is by far his strength. Great athlete who showed a lot of upside in the agility portion of the camp. Amazing attitude and eagerness to learn and reach the next level.

Joseph Santora showed a lot of upside throughout the camp. Big snapper with a great frame. Throws an accurate and catchable ball.

 

Top 2021 Snappers

Zack Taylor

Zack Taylor continues to dominate the North East camps. The long time Rubio Long Snapper has picture perfect form and continues to grow into his body and develop strength. Can easily be better than his brother, Billy, who starts for Rutgers. Vegas will be HUGE for him this year and showing how he stacks up against the rest of his class.

Patrick Coyle

Patrick Coyle had a fantastic day throughout the whole camp. Big snapper who will continue to develop with both his form and size. Snaps a very catchable and accurate ball and has a ton of potential to compete amongst the top of his class.

Andrew Pudleiner is a very talented yet raw Long Snapper. He showed amazing ability from the start of camp, and through drill work and instruction he was beginning to put it all together. There were some growing pains as he was trying to incorporate new form and teachings; my biggest takeaway from this was his coachability and perseverance as he was continuing to work through the ups and downs.

Brian Catanzarite had a great camp and showed great improvement from his last. He is developing into a quality snapper, throwing very catchable, consistent and accurate balls. Great attitude and eager to learn.

Caleb Hoffman is a young snapper with amazing size and frame that he can grow and develop and become an absolute machine. His legs are so long he is having a hard time locking them out right now, but once he does his ball will fly back to the punter. His accuracy is good, and as his form continues to improve he will be a force to deal with.

Ryan Legere improved drastically from the start of the camp to the finish. A very eager learner who soaked everything up like a sponge. Snaps a good ball with solid accuracy, and with continued work at the drills and form taught he will see his talents jump to another level.

 

Top 2022 Snappers

Logan Rager

Logan Rager is a very talented and confident young Long Snapper who excelled all day. His form is fantastic and allows him to be extremely consistent with a quick ball and tight spiral. Has the opportunity to be one of the top Long Snappers in his class for a long period of time!

Rino Monteforte

Rino Monteforte is a very passionate and coachable Long Snapper and cares very much about his craft. Even at his young of age, his form is beyond his years. As he continues to grow into his body and develop more strength and flexibility he will be a top tier snapper for the class of 2022.

Sean O’Hara was fully healthy this camp and it showed in his snapping. All day he was snapping very catchable and consistent balls with great spirals and speed. His form improved throughout the day and with continued work has the chance to be one of the top snappers in his class.

Joseph Taikina showed flashes of greatness during the NJ camp. He has a fantastic frame and size for his age, with legs that are a mile long. Once he is able to get his form in sync and get full use out of his body, his speed and accuracy will skyrocket and he will be a force to be reckoned with.

Doug Sabol had a great day putting his snapping ability on display. Still growing into his frame and developing strength, but his spiral and accuracy were very impressive. Extremely coachable and eager to learn. I know he will take everything from the camp home and perfect his craft.

Zach Hirshon improved a great amount throughout the day. His eagerness to learn and coachability makes working with him extremely enjoyable. His snaps showed flashes of great accuracy and consistency, and once he is able to put it all together through additional work he will see very quick and drastic improvement.

Dale Stringfellow is a strong, young Long Snapper who improved a great amount through the day. He took the coaching he was receiving on the field and was applying it real time to his form and snapping motion. He has all the tools and abilities to be great, just needs a little time and drill work to perfect his craft.

 

As you know, at every Rubio Long Snapping camp, the Long Snappers are tested to receive an RSI score. This is the most accurate and fair way to test a Long Snapper. Here are the RSI Scores from the NC Camp…..

 

 

LAST, FIRST YEAR RSI
Catanzarite, Brian 21  6.00
Coyle, Patrick 21  –
Davis, Evan 19  26.97
Donahue, Chase 19  18.00
Doughty, Sam 20  –
Eimer, Bryce 20  13.95
Foggia, Jake 20  6.67
Hirshon, Zachary 22  –
Hofmann, Caleb 21  –
Lan, Andy 20  6.74
Latore, TJ 20  6.06
Legere, Ryan 21  9.00
McNamara, Brian 19  43.37
Monteforte, Rino 22  13.48
Morton, John 19  7.06
O’Hara, Sean 22  9.18
Pudleiner, Andrew 21  –
Rager, Logan 22  3.33
Ray, Demetrick 19  9.68
Richards, Brandon 20  9.18
Sabol, Douglas 22  15.00
Santora, Joseph 20  3.09
Shimko, Joe 19  29.63
Spafford, Brady 19  –
Stringfellow, Dale 22  –
Taikina, Joseph 22  6.00
Taylor, Zack 21  18.75

 

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the Washington Post, 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 14 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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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George Steward Award

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

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

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 (and I know many Rubio Long Snapping family members have as well) 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.

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. If you have won this award before, you cannot win it again. Sorry Jaden Sanchez

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 someone at your school (preferably a teacher and/or administrator) .

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 XXXIII, I will push your win to VEGAS XXXIV!

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the Washington Post, 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 14 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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Recap of the NC Fall Camp (10/7/18)

There was an excellent group of instructors in NC led by Casey Hales and Jeff Abraham!

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to NC on October 7th, 2018 for their fall camp. Rubio Long Snapping will be traveling around the country this fall with stops in NC, NJ, WA, CA, TX, GA, AZ, IL with everything leading into the biggest and best Long Snapping event in the world, VEGAS XXXIII in January!

Long Snappers from NC, SC, GA, MS, VA, IL, NJ, FL & TN all traveled to this camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping. The camp was a great time had by all with an excellent group of Long Snappers and parents.

The champion of the camp was Drew Little! Drew was simply tremendous with smooth and powerful snaps non-stop from start to finish. The North Carolina Tar Heel commit was the overall and speed champion, which doesn’t happen often at all. Form is excellent and he just keeps getting better! The Tar Heels got a great one in Drew!

The finals round matchups were between Matt Parrino (49.35), Drew Little (43.06), Joe Shimko (30.43), Justin Pollack (30.26), Rhys Suter (29.11) and Will Cobb (28.92).  You can see the full finals video below….

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS

Joe Shimko

Drew Little was off the charts and dominated from the start. Great to see him always improving and leaving no doubt that North Carolina got a great Long Snapper coming in for the 2019 season!

Joe Shimko continues to roll along and be one of the top Long Snappers in the country. Yet again, he made it deep into the finals and could have easily won the whole thing. This NC State commit snaps one of the hardest balls in the country.

Rhys Suter

Rhys Suter was smooth and knocking it out of the park all day in NC. Snapping with excellent power and one of the most accurate Long Snappers around. He has a 33 ACT and is snapping with excellent speed.

John Morton is thick and powerful with a very smooth snap. Ball is very quick out of the gate.

Justin Pollock looks like a college tight-end and moves like one as well. The upside is off the charts for Justin.

Matt Parrino almost won the whole camp and was snapping with excellent power all day long. Great attitude.

Kuper Imrem has some of the quickest hands around and is always improving.

Notables: Keaton Chambers, Brandon Hurst, Christian Mitchell, CJ Patterson,

TOP 2020 LONG SNAPPERS

William Long

William Long is a long athlete that moves well on his feet and was snapping a great ball all day long. Kid was ripping the ball back to the punter well under .80 and doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon!

Will Cobb

Will Cobb is one of the most athletic Long Snappers in the country and was snapping a very consistent ball back to the punter. Easy to catch and has good accuracy.

Cooper Frazier is a massive Long Snapper that could easily snap at the next level. Following through is going to be the key to his greatness.

Will Benton has a good size and showed tons of potential. Smooth Long Snapper and there is no doubt he can do this at the next level.

Will Mitchell is a big Long Snapper with great upside. Smooth snapping motion and has all of the tools to be one of the greats.

JT Tyson might have the most potential of anyone in his class.

Mason Williams was using his body very well and snapping a great ball all day long.

Spencer Triplett has all of the tools to be one of the best in his class.

Notables: Reves Russell, Garrett Mason, Colby Garfield, Griff Barlow, Will McCoy

TOP 2021 LONG SNAPPERS

Austin Turner

Austin Turner was solid from start to finish. Big and strong Long Snapper that snaps one of the tightest balls in the country. When he gets his upper body through, there is no one better.

Rocco Underwood

Rocco Underwood could pass for a college Long Snapper right now. When he is on, he is VERY on. All the tools to dominate his class for a long, long time.

Alex McLaughlin is strong and dominant in his class. When he gets his eyes through, there is no one better. Kid rips the ball back and has a great attitude.

Aaron Brannock continues to impress me with great form, an excellent attitude and one of the smoothest snaps in the country.

Ty Nicholas looks like a college Long Snapper and is as smooth as one as well. Great upside. Kid is massive

Notables: Ben Wheless, Samuel Watkins,  Andrew Lucas

 

 

TOP 2022 LONG SNAPPERS

Joe Miller

Joe Miller was great out in NC. Excellent Long Snapper and he is already snapping under .85 with a great ball.

Joshua Giambrone is a long athlete with a great attitude and listens well.

James Gleason was solid all day long in NC.

Caleb Royston was impressive with snap speeds under .90!

Avery Salerno was solid and left no doubt he can be one of the best in his class.

As you know, at every Rubio Long Snapping camp, the Long Snappers are tested to receive an RSI score. This is the most accurate and fair way to test a Long Snapper. Here are the RSI Scores from the NC Camp…..

Barlow, Griff 20            20.22 2020
Benton, Will 20               3.53 2020
Bowling, Ethan 20                      – 2020
Brannock, Aaron 21            14.46 2021
Bunch, Payton 19                      – 2019 – JC
Chambers, Keaton 19                      – 2019 – JC
Cobb JR, Jeffrey 20                      – 2020
Cobb, Will 20            28.92 2020
Cornett, JT 21               3.26 2021
Cowan, Zachary 20            16.13 2020
Frazier, Cooper 20               1.32 2020
Gannon, Burt 23                      – 2023 – 2025
Garfield, Colby 20               7.23 2020
Giambrone, Joshua 22               6.06 2022
Gleeson, James 22            12.50 2022
Hurst, Brandon 19                      – 2019 – JC
Imrem, Kuper 19               3.61 2019 – JC
Jordan, Grayson 20               6.45 2020
Little, Drew 19            43.06 2019 – JC
Long, William 20                      – 2020
Lucas, Andrew 21                      – 2021
Mahaffey, Andrew 22                      – 2022
Manis, Ryan 22            23.60 2022
Mason, Garrett 20                      – 2020
McCoy, Will 20            17.44 2020
McLaughlin, Alex 21            17.24 2021
Meddings, Carson 22               6.06 2022
Merchant, Nathan 22               9.28 2022
Miller, Joe 22            13.64 2022
Mitchell, Christian 19            17.24 2019 – JC
Mitchell, Will 20               3.53 2020
Moore, Sterling 20               3.00 2020
Morton, John 19            25.64 2019 – JC
Moser, Caleb 23            10.53 2023 – 2025
Nichols, Ty 21            16.48 2021
O’Brien, Dominic 21                      – 2021
Parrino, Matt 19            49.35 2019 – JC
Patterson, CJ 19            10.34 2019 – JC
Pollock, Justin 19            30.26 2019 – JC
Purcell, Ryan 20            10.11 2020
Rasmussen, Cole 20            17.95 2020
Richards, Brandon 20            24.71 2020
Royston, Caleb 22                      – 2022
Ruddy, Bryson 22               6.00 2022
Russell, Reves 20               6.98 2020
Salerno, Avery 22               6.00 2022
Seets, Colin 22               9.28 2022
Shimko, Joe 19            30.43 2019 – JC
Suter, Rhys 19            29.11 2019 – JC
Thompson, Kevin 19                      – 2019 – JC
Tinnin, Kyle 18            10.98 2019 – JC
Tripplet, Spencer 20            17.86 2020
Tuders, Joseph 20            14.63 2020
Turner, Austin 21            20.45 2021
Tyson, Joshua 20               3.41 2020
Underwood, Rocco 21            27.27 2021
Watkins, Samuel 21                      – 2021
Whatley, Sims 21                      – 2021
Wheless, Ben 21            15.63 2021
Williams, Mason 20               3.23 2020

 

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the Washington Post, 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 14 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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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2019 Full Schedule Release and All Access Pass

2019 FULL SCHEDULE LAUNCH

After 15 years of running Rubio Long Snapping, I am beyond excited to announce the most incredible opportunity in the history of Rubio Long Snapping Camps.  For the first time ever, an entire year calendar will be released all at once.  You can now see every upcoming camp and plan accordingly.  You will also be able to see exactly which Rubio Long Snapping Senior Instructors will be working each camp so that you can pick your favorites and meet some new ones that will become your favorite in the future. Rubio Long Snappers in currently playing in college will also be at camps assisting but are not listed since their schedules are always moving due to their classloads. They will be noted on the confirmation letters once a Long Snapper is registered for a camp.

The ability to preset your calendar, set goals and train accordingly to accomplish those goals will elevate your game both physically and mentally ahead of your competition.  If you would like to play college football and beyond, here is the ticket to get you there. 

REGISTER HERE FOR 2019 Camps

JANUARY (2019)

Friday, January 18 – Vegas Friday Session
Las Vegas, NV
Chris Rubio, 
Casey Hales, Jeff Abraham, Neal Dahlman, Nolan Frese, Jason Bertoni & Wesley Bertoni

Saturday/Sunday, January 19-20 – Vegas XXXIII
Las Vegas, NV
Chris Rubio, Casey Hales, Jeff Abraham, Nolan Frese, Jason Bertoni, Wesley Bertoni, Brendan Lopez and more.

SPRING CAMPS

MARCH

Sunday, March 3rd – CA
Los Angeles, CA
Chris Rubio, Casey Hales, Jason Bertoni & Wesley Bertoni

Sunday, March 10th – NC
Charlotte, NC
Chris Rubio, Casey Hales & Jeff Abraham

Sunday, March 17th – WA
Seattle, WA
Chris Rubio & Casey Hales

Sunday, March 24th – NJ
Corey Adams

Sunday, March 24th – NorCal
San Francisco, CA
Casey Hales

Sunday, March 31st – AZ
Gilbert, AZ
Casey Hales

APRIL

Sunday, April 7th – TX
Dallas, TX
Chris Rubio, Casey Hales & Nolan Frese

Sunday, April 14th – IL
Chicago, IL
Chris Rubio & Casey Hales

Sunday, April 28th – GA
Atlanta, GA
Chris Rubio, Casey Hales & Jeff Abraham

MAY

Friday, May 10th – Friday Warm Up Session
Las Vegas, NV
Chris Rubio, Casey Hales, Jeff Abraham, Nolan Frese, Jason Bertoni, Wesley Bertoni & more.

Saturday/Sunday, May 11th -12th – VEGAS XXXIV
Las Vegas, NV
Chris Rubio, Casey Hales, Jeff Abraham, Nolan Frese, Jason Bertoni, Wesley Bertoni & many, many more.

SUMMER CAMPS (2019)

JUNE

Thursday, June 27th – CA
Los Angeles, CA
Chris Rubio, Casey Hales, Jeff Abraham, Jason Bertoni, Wesley Bertoni

Saturday, June 29th – TX
Dallas, TX
Chris Rubio, Casey Hales & Nolan Frese

JULY

Monday, July 8th – IL
Chicago, IL
Chris Rubio, Casey Hales & Neal Dahlman

Friday – Sunday, July 12th-14th – COLLEGE Camp
Los Angeles, CA
Chris Rubio, 
Casey Hales, Jeff Abraham, Neal Dahlman, Jason Bertoni & Wesley Bertoni

Monday – Wednesday, July 15th-18th – TOP 12 Camp (Invite Only)
Los Angeles, CA
Chris Rubio, Casey Hales, Jeff Abraham, Neal Dahlman, Jason Bertoni & Wesley Bertoni

Thursday/Friday, July 18-19th – UNDERCLASSMEN Invitational (Invite Only)
Los Angeles, CA
Chris Rubio, Casey Hales, Jeff Abraham, Neal Dahlman, Jason Bertoni, Wesley Bertoni

Sunday, July 21st – NJ
Casey Hales

Saturday, July 27th – NC
Charlotte, NC
Chris Rubio, Jeff Abraham & Neal Dahlman 

Sunday, July 28th – GA
Atlanta, GA
Chris Rubio, Jeff Abraham & Neal Dahlman 

Sunday, July 28th – NorCal
San Francisco, CA
Casey Hales

FALL CAMPS (2019)

OCTOBER

Sunday, October 6th – NC
Charlotte, NC
Chris Rubio, Casey Hales & Jeff Abraham

Sunday, October 13th – NJ
Casey Hales

Sunday, October 20th – WA
Seattle, WA
Chris Rubio & Casey Hales

Sunday, October 27th – CA
Los Angeles, CA
Chris Rubio, Casey Hales, Jason Bertoni & Wesley Bertoni

NOVEMBER

Sunday, November 17th – TX
Dallas, TX
Chris Rubio & Casey Hales

DECEMBER

Sunday, December 1st – GA
Atlanta, GA
Chris Rubio, Casey Hales & Jeff Abraham

Sunday, December 8th – AZ
Gilbert, AZ
John Finch and/or Corey Adams

Sunday, December 8th – NorCal
San Francisco, CA
Casey Hales

Sunday, December 15th – IL
Chicago, IL
Chris Rubio, Casey Hales & Neal Dahlman

REGISTER HERE

ALL ACCESS PASS

For the second year, we will be offering a 1-YEAR ALL-ACCESS PASS for just $1,999.  This is our attempt to help provide athletes and their families with the greatest possible access to our Regional and National Events.

Rubio Long Snapping families will be able to pay one flat cost for their athletes to attend UNLIMITED Regional and National Camps in the year 2019. This pass will cover Spring, Summer & Fall Camps in any city/state and both the January and May Las Vegas Events. The 2019 All Access Pass includes camps that occur in the calendar year of 2019 (January 1 – December 31, 2019)

REGISTER HERE

This program is a direct result of feedback from our families, and we are thrilled to offer it again.  Also, if you are a combo player, the ALL-ACCESS PASS will allow you to work on different skills at different camps, which will optimize your rankings.  An entire year’s resume with Rubio Long Snapping will be huge with College Coaches.

The first 20 families to take advantage of the ALL ACCESS PASS will received a limited edition Adidas hoodie in you preferred size!

***The All Access Program DOES NOT include: College, Top 12 Camp or The Underclassmen Invitational events. Those camps will require separate registrations and additional costs as they are invitational and include outside costs.

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the Washington Post, 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 14 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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Rubio Long Snappers in College Football Games (9/20 – 9/22)

Here you go! Let’s see your official list of Long Snappers that have attended a Rubio Long Snapping camp playing in games this weekend (this is just Division 1 and teams in bold have a Rubio Long Snapper)….

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th

Adam Higuera (Tulsa) vs. Travis Malinowski (Temple)

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st

Florida Atlantic vs. Evan Dvorchik (UCF)

Joe Calcagno, Matt Aloni & Kevin Cahill (Penn State) vs. Ethan Tabel & Ron Gaines III  (Illinois)

Washington State vs. Damon Johnson & Jac Casasante (USC)

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd

Koby Pyrz (Georgia)  vs. James Workman & Drew Wise (Missouri)

John Shannon & Michael Vinson (Notre Dame) vs. Noah Turner (Wake Forest)

hase Urbach, Cameron Pieper & Jordan Ober (Nebraska) vs. Camaron Cheeseman, Matt Baldeck & Andrew Robinson (Michigan)

Jarrett Giacchino (Austin Peay) vs. Brock Powers (UT Martin)

Boston College vs. Ben Makowski (Purdue)

Robert Morris vs. Jordan Laube & James Picerelli (Bryant)

Kent State vs. Mike Taylor, Jack Propst & John Raines (Ole Miss)

Jeremiah Riordan (Buffalo) vs. Billy Taylor & Ryan Cassidy (Rutgers)

Michael Vojvodich (Minnesota) vs. Matt Oliveira & James Rosenberry (Maryland)

Peyton Coffman (Akron) vs. Quinn Sonntag & Steven Wirtel (Iowa State)

Jake Hale (Ohio) vs. Zach Wood (Cincinnati)

Austin Ortega & Karson Thomas (Nevada) vs. Toledo

Duquesne vs. Wyatt Tucker (Hawai’i) 

Michael Pifer & Kyle Gibbs (Navy) vs. Garrett Stotts & Cole Voyles (SMU)

Pittsburgh vs. Tommy Bancroft & Kyle Murphy (North Carolina)

Brendan Lowery & Mitch Hall (Louisville) vs. Virginia

Bryce Bouwens & Luke Sanders (Western Michigan) vs. Seth-Patrick Holman (Georgia State)

Trent Kramer (Miami of OH) vs. Gabe Skrobot (Bowling Green)

Ben Reeder (Western Kentucky) vs. Bryson Haft (Ball State)

Hayden Sak & Erik Abrell (Northern Illinois) vs. Florida State

Paul Monaco (Illinois State) vs. Ross Reiter (Colorado State)

Truman vs. Carter Puckett (Valparaiso)

Jake Pagel (Texas A&M) vs. Ryan Parris, Scott Meyer & Thomas Fletcher (Alabama)

Austin Spence (Clemson) vs. Cade Long & Lucas Patelles (Georgia Tech)

Geron Eatherly (Tulane) vs. Bradley Robinson & Liam McCullough (Ohio State)

Randen Plattner (Kansas State) vs. Jack Hadley (West Virginia)

Oscar Shadley (Virginia Tech) vs. Jacob Schwind (Old Dominion)

Jacob Torres (College of Idaho) vs. Rocky Mtn.

Johnathon Scandrett (Florida Intl) vs. Clay James, Jacob Munoz & Sam York (Miami)

Brandon Thoms (Gardner-Webb) vs. Elias McMurry & Max Durschlag (Appalachian State) 

 Brian McDonough & Jack Wellenhofer (Charlotte) vs. Peter Comaroto & Harry Blair (UMass)

North Carolina Central vs. Ben Wyatt (Duke)

Ian Luavai & Kyler Powell (Sacramento State) vs. Caleb Mitchell & Matthew O’Donoghue (Montana)

Jacob Torres (Idaho State) vs. Ross Hinders (North Dakota)

Erik Abrell (Northern Illinois) vs. Ken Burnham (Florida State) 

Camden Boyle (Southeast Missouri State) vs. Thomas Bowling (Eastern Kentucky)

John Wirtel, Logan Klusman & Kolin Hayes (Kansas) vs. Chris Lutzel & Thor Rodoni (Baylor)

Donald Reiter (Arizona) vs. Connor Kelsey (Oregon State)

Matthew Smith (South Carolina) vs. Zach Drevno (Vanderbilt)

Brian Keating (UConn) vs. Matt Keller (Syracuse)

Cal Poly vs. Curtis Billen & Cody Clements (Eastern Washington)

Donovan Cahill & Antonio Ortiz (TCU) vs. Michael Poujol (Texas)

Jake Smith & Grayson Broussard (McNeese State) vs. Matt Foley (BYU)

Nate Durham (North Texas) vs. Liberty

Paul Lawless & Kyle O’Connor (Army) vs. Kasey Kelleher, Jax Wilson & Zach Edwards (Oklahoma)

Louisiana Tech vs. Blake Ferguson (LSU)

Joel Baldwin & Raymond Freeman (Mississippi State) vs. Kentucky

Texas Tech vs. Matt Hembrough & Sam Walkingstick (Oklahoma State)

Rice vs. Austin Keel (Southern Mississippi)

Texas State vs. Grant Merka & Caleb Cantrell (UTSA)

SAMHOU vs. Dominic Brocato (Nicholls)

Nathan Guzman (UNLV) vs. Charles DeRosier (Arkansas State)

Cj Schrimp, Connor Kubala & Ryan Culbertson (Coastal Carolina) vs. Louisiana

Cameron Kaye & Brennen Milliron (Troy) vs. UL Monroe

Clark Atlanta vs. Drew McCracken & Jacob Potter (Kennesaw State) 

Citadel vs. Steven Nixon & Philip Hatcher (Mercer)

Kent Vines (Monmouth) vs. Ryan McNeil & Chris Sayan (Princeton)

Tyler Griffiths, Jackson Quiggle & Griffin Hicks (NC State) vs. Matt Beardall & Zach Appio (Marshall)

Logan MacDonald (Montana State) vs. Riley Shackelford (Portland State)

Ryan Farr, Brett DioGuardi & Marco Ortiz (Florida) vs. Riley Lovingood & Jake Yelich (Tennessee)

Jordan Silver & George Madden (Arkansas) vs. Clarke Smith (Auburn)

Ryan Armour & Collin Caflisch (Michigan State) vs. Indiana

Jack Wellenhofer (Charlotte) vs. Jacob Fuqua (UAB) 

Sacred Heart vs. Gunner Daniel (Wagner)

Tim O’Donnell (New Mexico State) vs. Jake Sammut (UTEP)

Kyle Petrucci (Stanford) vs. Devin Melendez, Peyton Yanagi & Karsten Battles (Oregon)

Anthony Ratliff & Erik Lawson (East Carolina) vs. Ian Deneen (South Florida)

Tyler Boudreaux (Texas Southern) vs. Anthony Cantu & Nick Wildberger (Houston)

Andrew Zink (South Alabama) vs. Preston Brady (Memphis)

Wisconsin vs. Austin Spiewak (Iowa)

Southern U vs. Abram Jones (Alabama A&M)

Conner Kirkegaard (Air Force) vs. Chance Nelson & Noah Howell (Utah State)

Jared Nash (UTC) vs. Lewis Freeman, Camren Wood & Javier King (Samford)

Riley John (Arizona State) vs. AJ Carty (Washington)

Hunter Becker (St. Francis PA) vs. Tristan Sokach-Minnick (Albany) 

Drake Sutton (Eastern Michigan) vs. Cameron King (San Diego State)

Marshall Simmons (Elon) vs. Ethan Ray (Charleston Southern)

Thomas Newberg (Tennessee State University) vs.Stephen Elmore (Eastern Illinois)

Jarrett Key (Tennessee Tech) vs. Josh Brady (Jacksonville State)

Zach Castano (Morgan State) vs. John Davis (North Carolina A&T)

Mike Colantuono (Bucknell) vs. Kevin Crabtree (Villanova)

Southern Utah vs. Harrison Goebel & Justin Hathoot (Northern Arizona)

Alex Boatman & Cameron Lang (University of Idaho) vs. John Aloma (UC Davis)

Furman vs. Adam Mullins & Chandlor Mullins (East Tennessee State)

Ryan Jurczak (Arkansas State) vs. Ryan Langan, Logan Cox & Payton Dunagan (Georgia Southern) 

 

Looking to be the next great Rubio Long Snapper? It all starts this fall with camps across the country HERE

Please Note: The List of Rubio Long Snappers in college is VERY, VERY long so if I have missed one, please let me know at Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com and I will adjust ASAP.

 

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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 Washington Post, 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 14 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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Rubio Long Snappers in College Football Games (9/13 – 9/15)

Here you go! Let’s see your official list of Long Snappers that have attended a Rubio Long Snapping camp playing in games this weekend (this is just Division 1 and teams in bold have a Rubio Long Snapper)….

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th

 Jacob Schwind (Old Dominion) vs. Brian McDonough & Jack Wellenhofer (Charlotte)

Boston College vs. Noah Turner (Wake Forest)

Jarrett Key (Tennessee Tech) vs. Chance Nelson & Noah Howell (Utah State)

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th

Seth-Patrick Holman (Georgia State) vs. Preston Brady (Memphis)

Adam Mullins & Chandlor Mullins (East Tennessee State) vs. VMI

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th

Ryan Langan, Logan Cox & Payton Dunagan (Georgia Southern) vs. Austin Spence (Clemson)

Russ Hiett (Middle Tennessee) vs. Koby Pyrz (Georgia)

Kasey Kelleher, Jax Wilson & Zach Edwards (Oklahoma) vs. Quinn Sonntag & Steven Wirtel (Iowa State)

Kent State vs. Joe Calcagno, Matt Aloni & Kevin Cahill (Penn State)

Clay James, Jacob Munoz & Sam York (Miami) vs. Toledo

Rhode Island vs. Brian Keating (UConn) 

Wyatt Tucker (Hawai’i) vs. Paul Lawless & Kyle O’Connor (Army)

Cameron Kaye & Brennen Milliron (Troy) vs. Chase Urbach, Cameron Pieper & Jordan Ober (Nebraska)

Ken Burnham (Florida State) vs. Matt Keller (Syracuse)

Billy Taylor & Ryan Cassidy (Rutgers) vs. John Wirtel, Logan Klusman & Kolin Hayes (Kansas)

Bryson Haft (Ball State) vs. Indiana

Travis Malinowski (Temple) vs. Matt Oliveira & James Rosenberry (Maryland)

Chandler Moody (Murray State) vs. Kentucky

Carter Puckett (Valparaiso) vs. Steven Wethli (Youngstown State)

Caleb Mitchell & Matthew O’Donoghue (Montana) vs. Hunter Varga (Western Illinois) 

Jake Sammut (UTEP) vs. Riley Lovingood & Jake Yelich (Tennessee)

Cade Long & Lucas Patelles (Georgia Tech) vs. Pittsburgh

Gunner Daniel (Wagner) vs. Logan MacDonald (Montana State)

Geron Eatherly (Tulane) vs. Jacob Fuqua (UAB) 

Steven Nixon & Philip Hatcher (Mercer) vs. Lewis Freeman, Camren Wood & Javier King (Samford)

John Aloma (UC Davis) vs. Kyle Petrucci (Stanford)

Zach Drevno (Vanderbilt) vs. John Shannon & Michael Vinson (Notre Dame)

Matt Foley (BYU) vs. Wisconsin

Blake Ferguson (LSU) vs. Clarke Smith (Auburn)

Blake Biby (Boise State) vs. Matt Hembrough & Sam Walkingstick (Oklahoma State)

Garrett Stotts & Cole Voyles (SMU) vs. Camaron Cheeseman, Matt Baldeck & Andrew Robinson (Michigan)

Ian Deneen (South Florida) vs. Ethan Tabel & Ron Gaines III  (Illinois)

Ben Wyatt (Duke) vs. Chris Lutzel & Thor Rodoni (Baylor)

Lehigh vs. Michael Pifer & Kyle Gibbs (Navy)

Central Michigan vs. Hayden Sak & Erik Abrell (Northern Illinois)

Ian Luavai & Kyler Powell (Sacramento State) vs. Northern Colorado

Trent Kramer (Miami of OH) vs. Michael Vojvodich (Minnesota)

Grant Merka & Caleb Cantrell (UTSA) vs. Randen Plattner (Kansas State)

Collin Springer (Wofford) vs. Jesse Hooper (Wyoming)

Thomas Bowling (Eastern Kentucky) vs. Gabe Skrobot (Bowling Green)

Ross Reiter (Colorado State) vs. Ryan Farr, Brett DioGuardi & Marco Ortiz (Florida)

Nate Durham (North Texas) vs. Jordan Silver & George Madden (Arkansas)

Anthony Cantu & Nick Wildberger (Houston) vs. Texas Tech

Jake Hale (Ohio) vs. Virginia

Harrison Hoffman (San Jose State) vs. Devin Melendez, Peyton Yanagi & Karsten Battles (Oregon)

New Hampshire vs. JT Bale & James Townsend (Colorado)

Jacob Torres (Idaho State) vs. Alonso Vera (California) 

Drake Sutton (Eastern Michigan) vs. Jeremiah Riordan (Buffalo) 

Jared Nash (UTC) vs. Brock Powers (UT Martin)

Ryan Parris, Scott Meyer & Thomas Fletcher (Alabama) vs. Mike Taylor, Jack Propst & John Raines (Ole Miss)

Texas State vs. Andrew Zink (South Alabama)

Alabama State vs. Drew McCracken & Jacob Potter (Kennesaw State) 

Delaware State vs. Bryce Bouwens & Luke Sanders (Western Michigan)

Charles DeRosier (Arkansas State) vs. Adam Higuera (Tulsa)

Abram Jones (Alabama A&M) vs. Zach Wood (Cincinnati)

Connor Kelsey (Oregon State) vs. Austin Ortega & Karson Thomas (Nevada)

Louisiana vs. Joel Baldwin & Raymond Freeman (Mississippi State) 

Northern Iowa vs. Austin Spiewak (Iowa)

Harrison Goebel & Justin Hathoot (Northern Arizona) vs. Missouri State

Ben Reeder (Western Kentucky) vs. Brendan Lowery & Mitch Hall (Louisville)

James Workman & Drew Wise (Missouri) vs. Ben Makowski (Purdue)

UL Monroe vs. Jake Pagel (Texas A&M)

Peter Comaroto & Harry Blair (UMass) vs. Johnathon Scandrett (Florida Intl)

Peyton Coffman (Akron) vs. Peter Snodgrass (Northwestern)

Jacob Torres (College of Idaho) vs. Riley Shackelford (Portland State)

Jack Ray (AR Pine Bluff) vs. Bradley Sorenson (South Dakota State) 

Bradley Robinson & Liam McCullough (Ohio State) vs. Donovan Cahill & Antonio Ortiz (TCU)

Damon Johnson & Jac Casasante (USC) vs. Michael Poujol (Texas)

Jared EnRico (New Mexico) vs. Tim O’Donnell (New Mexico State) 

Dominic Brocato (Nicholls) vs. Jake Smith & Grayson Broussard (McNeese State)

Ross Hinders (North Dakota) vs. SAMHOU

Curtis Billen & Cody Clements (Eastern Washington) vs. Washington State

Kent Vines (Monmouth) vs. Lafayette

AJ Carty (Washington) vs. Noah Rodriguez-Trammell, Keegan Markgraf & Maddie Golden (Utah)

Prairie View vs. Nathan Guzman (UNLV)

Camden Boyle (Southeast Missouri State) vs. Dan Helibron (Southern Illinois)

Ben Dillion (Indiana State) vs. Stephen Elmore (Eastern Illinois)

Riley John (Arizona State) vs. Cameron King (San Diego State)

Carson Tebbetts (Stony Brook) vs. Paul Williams (Fordham)

Marist vs. Jordan Laube & James Picerelli (Bryant)

Jarrett Giacchino (Austin Peay) vs. Morehead State

Patrick Williams, Jr. (Fresno State) vs. Johnny Den Bleyker, Alex Michaelsen & Koby Walsh (UCLA)

Andrew Toothman (Abilene Christian) vs. Houston Baptist

Southern Utah vs. Donald Reiter (Arizona) 

Tyler Boudreaux (Texas Southern) vs. Alcorn State

 Towson vs. Kevin Crabtree (Villanova)

Evan Gibson (Northwestern State) vs. Lamar

Zach Castano (Morgan State) vs. Tristan Sokach-Minnick (Albany) 

Dalton Godfrey (South Dakota) vs. Weber

 

POSTPONED MATCHUPS

Evan Dvorchik (UCF) vs. Tommy Bancroft & Kyle Murphy (North Carolina)

Austin Keel (Southern Mississippi) vs. Elias McMurry & Max Durschlag (Appalachian State) 

Marshall Simmons (Elon) vs. William & Mary

CANCELED MATCHUPS

Anthony Ratliff & Erik Lawson (East Carolina) vs. Oscar Shadley (Virginia Tech)

Jack Hadley (West Virginia) vs. Tyler Griffiths, Jackson Quiggle & Griffin Hicks (NC State)

Matt Beardall & Zach Appio (Marshall) vs. Matthew Smith (South Carolina)

Thomas Newberg (Tennessee State University) vs. Hampton

 

 

Looking to be the next great Rubio Long Snapper? It all starts this fall with camps across the country HERE

Please Note: The List of Rubio Long Snappers in college is VERY, VERY long so if I have missed one, please let me know at Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com and I will adjust ASAP.

 

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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 Washington Post, 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 14 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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

132

Rubio Long Snappers in College Football Games (9/6 – 9/8)

Here you go! Let’s see your official list of Long Snappers that have attended a Rubio Long Snapping camp playing in games this weekend (this is just Division 1 and teams in bold have a Rubio Long Snapper)….

 

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th

Drew McCracken & Jacob Potter (Kennesaw State) vs. Jarrett Key (Tennessee Tech)

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th

Donovan Cahill & Antonio Ortiz (TCU) vs. Garrett Stotts & Cole Voyles (SMU)

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th

Jared EnRico (New Mexico) vs. Wisconsin 

Joel Baldwin & Raymond Freeman (Mississippi State) vs. Randen Plattner (Kansas State)

Seth-Patrick Holman (Georgia State) vs. Tyler Griffiths, Jackson Quiggle & Griffin Hicks (NC State)

Bryce Bouwens & Luke Sanders (Western Michigan) vs. Camaron Cheeseman, Matt Baldeck & Andrew Robinson (Michigan)

Towson vs. Noah Turner (Wake Forest)

Kevin Crabtree (Villanova) vs. Lehigh

Tristan Sokach-Minnick (Albany) vs. Rhode Island

Carson Todd (James Madison University) vs. Norfolk State

Drake Sutton (Eastern Michigan) vs. Ben Makowski (Purdue)

Liberty vs. Paul Lawless & Kyle O’Connor (Army)

Austin Ortega & Karson Thomas (Nevada) vs. Zach Drevno (Vanderbilt)

Donald Reiter (Arizona) vs. Anthony Cantu & Nick Wildberger (Houston)

Ben Wyatt (Duke) vs. Peter Snodgrass (Northwestern)

Cade Long & Lucas Patelles (Georgia Tech) vs. South Florida

Seth-Patrick Holman (Georgia State) vs. Tyler Griffiths, Jackson Quiggle & Griffin Hicks (NC State)

Johnny Den Bleyker, Alex Michaelsen & Koby Walsh (UCLA) vs. Kasey Kelleher, Jax Wilson & Zach Edwards (Oklahoma)

Harrison Goebel & Justin Hathoot (Northern Arizona) vs. Missouri State

William & Mary vs. Oscar Shadley (Virginia Tech)

Riley Shackelford (Portland State) vs. Devin Melendez, Peyton Yanagi & Karsten Battles (Oregon)

Conner Kirkegaard (Air Force) vs. Florida Atlantic

John Wirtel, Logan Klusman & Kolin Hayes (Kansas) vs. Central Michigan

Charles DeRosier (Arkansas State) vs. Ryan Parris, Scott Meyer & Thomas Fletcher (Alabama)

Koby Pyrz (Georgia) vs. Matthew Smith (South Carolina)

Hampton vs. Kent Vines (Monmouth)

Paul Williams (Fordham) vs. Grant Gluhaich (Richmond) 

Billy Taylor & Ryan Cassidy (Rutgers) vs. Bradley Robinson & Liam McCullough (Ohio State)

Bryson Haft (Ball State) vs. John Shannon & Michael Vinson (Notre Dame)

JT Bale & James Townsend (Colorado) vs. Chase Urbach, Cameron Pieper & Jordan Ober (Nebraska)

Jeremiah Riordan (Buffalo) vs.Travis Malinowski (Temple)

Preston Brady (Memphis) vs. Michael Pifer & Kyle Gibbs (Navy)

Tommy Bancroft & Kyle Murphy (North Carolina) vs. Anthony Ratliff & Erik Lawson (East Carolina)

Gunner Daniel (Wagner) vs. Matt Keller (Syracuse)

Jake Hale (Ohio) vs. Virginia

Morgan State vs. Peyton Coffman (Akron)

Dan Helibron (Southern Illinois) vs. Mike Taylor, Jack Propst & John Raines (Ole Miss)

Adam Mullins & Chandlor Mullins (East Tennessee State) vs. Riley Lovingood & Jake Yelich (Tennessee)

Ross Hinders (North Dakota) vs. AJ Carty (Washington)

Western New Mexico vs. Alex Boatman & Cameron Lang (Idaho)

Jon Letter (Angelo State) vs. Andrew Toothman (Abilene Christian)

Quinn Sonntag & Steven Wirtel (Iowa State) vs. Austin Spiewak (Iowa)

Steven Wethli (Youngstown State) vs. Jack Hadley (West Virginia)

South Carolina State vs. Evan Dvorchik (UCF)

Savannah State vs. Clay James, Jacob Munoz & Sam York (Miami)

Matt Oliveira & James Rosenberry (Maryland) vs. Gabe Skrobot (Bowling Green)

Peter Comaroto & Harry Blair (UMass) vs. Ryan Langan, Logan Cox & Payton Dunagan (Georgia Southern)

Elias McMurry & Max Durschlag (Appalachian State) vs. Brian McDonough & Jack Wellenhofer (Charlotte)

Thomas Bowling (Eastern Kentucky) vs. Matt Beardall & Zach Appio (Marshall)

Austin Spence (Clemson) vs. Jake Pagel (Texas A&M)

Southeastern Louisiana vs. Blake Ferguson (LSU)

Brock Powers (UT Martin) vs. Russ Hiett (Middle Tennessee)

Southern vs. Reeves Blankenship (Louisiana Tech)

UL Monroe vs. Austin Keel (Southern Mississippi)

Jacob Fuqua (UAB) vs. Ryan Culbertson & CJ Schrimpf (Coastal Carolina)

Chris Lutzel & Thor Rodoni (Baylor) vs. Grant Merka & Caleb Cantrell (UTSA)

Ben Dillion (Indiana State) vs. Brendan Lowery & Mitch Hall (Louisville)

Jesse Hooper (Wyoming) vs. James Workman & Drew Wise (Missouri)

Tyler Boudreaux (Texas Southern) vs. Texas State

Florida A&M vs. Cameron Kaye & Brennen Milliron (Troy)

Trevor Fleming (Grambling) vs. Evan Gibson (Northwestern State)

Dayton vs. Camden Boyle (Southeast Missouri State)

Lewis Freeman, Camren Wood & Javier King (Samford) vs. Ken Burnham (Florida State)

Alabama State vs. Clarke Smith (Auburn)

Kentucky vs. Ryan Farr, Brett DioGuardi & Marco Ortiz (Florida)

Hunter Varga (Western Illinois) vs. Ethan Tabel & Ron Gaines III  (Illinois)

Joe Christian & Cooper Short (Presbyterian) vs. Jarrett Giacchino (Austin Peay)

Jordan Silver & George Madden (Arkansas) vs. Ross Reiter (Colorado State)

Noah Rodriguez-Trammell, Keegan Markgraf & Maddie Golden (Utah) vs. Hayden Sak & Erik Abrell (Northern Illinois)

Maine vs. Ben Reeder (Western Kentucky)

Stephen Elmore (Eastern Illinois) vs.  Paul Monaco (Illinois State)

Johnathon Scandrett (Florida Intl) vs. Jacob Schwind (Old Dominion)

Incarnate Word vs. Nate Durham (North Texas)

Patrick Williams, Jr. (Fresno State) vs. Michael Vojvodich (Minnesota)

Joe Calcagno, Matt Aloni & Kevin Cahill (Penn State) vs. Pittsburgh

Tim O’Donnell (New Mexico State) vs. Chance Nelson & Noah Howell (Utah State)

Andrew Zink (South Alabama) vs. Matt Hembrough & Sam Walkingstick (Oklahoma State)

Adam Higuera (Tulsa) vs. Michael Poujol (Texas)

Dominic Brocato (Nicholls) vs. Geron Eatherly (Tulane)

Northern Colorado vs. Dalton Godfrey (South Dakota) 

Southern Utah vs. Connor Kelsey (Oregon State)

Zach Wood (Cincinnati) vs. Trent Kramer (Miami of OH)

Jared Nash (UTC) vs. Citadel

Jacksonville vs. Steven Nixon & Philip Hatcher (Mercer)

Damon Johnson & Jac Casasante (USC) vs. Kyle Petrucci (Stanford)

Jake Sammut (UTEP) vs. Nathan Guzman (UNLV)

Montana State vs. Bradley Sorenson (South Dakota State) 

Ian Luavai & Kyler Powell (Sacramento State) vs. Cameron King (San Diego State)

Brian Keating (UConn) vs. Blake Biby (Boise State)

Brandon Thoms (Gardner-Webb) vs. John Davis (North Carolina A&T)

Jackson State vs. Thomas Newberg (Tennessee State University)

Alonso Vera (California) vs. Matt Foley (BYU)

Jordan Laube & James Picerelli (Bryant) vs. Carson Tebbetts (Stony Brook)

Furman vs. Marshall Simmons (Elon)

Collin Caflisch (Michigan State) vs. Riley John (Arizona State)

Harrison Hoffman (San Jose State) vs. Washington State

Campbell Riddle (Rice) vs. Wyatt Tucker (Hawai’i)

San Diego vs. John Aloma (UC Davis)

 

Looking to be the next great Rubio Long Snapper? It all starts this fall with camps across the country HERE

Please Note: The List of Rubio Long Snappers in college is VERY, VERY long so if I have missed one, please let me know at Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com and I will adjust ASAP.

 

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the Washington Post, 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 14 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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

179

Rubio Long Snappers in College Football Games (8/30 – 9/3)

Here you go! This will be the first FULL weekend of college football.  Let’s see your official list of Long Snappers that have attended a Rubio Long Snapping camp playing in games this weekend (this is just Division 1 and teams in bold have a Rubio Long Snapper)….

 

 

THURSDAY, AUGUST 30th

Evan Dvorchik (UCF) vs. Brian Keating (UConn)

Tim O’Donnell (New Mexico State) vs.  Michael Vojvodich (Minnesota)

Central Connecticut vs. Bryson Haft (Ball State)

Drew McCracken & Jacob Potter (Kennesaw State) vs. Seth-Patrick Holman (Georgia State)

Peter Snodgrass (Northwestern) vs. Ben Makowski (Purdue)

Noah Turner (Wake Forest) vs. Geron Eatherly (Tulane)

Savannah State vs. Jacob Fuqua (UAB)

Missouri State vs. Matt Hembrough & Sam Walkingstick (Oklahoma State)

Weber State vs. Noah Rodriguez-Trammell, Keegan Markgraf & Maddie Golden (Utah)

Evan Gibson (Northwestern State) vs. Jake Pagel (Texas A&M)

John Aloma (UC Davis) vs. Harrison Hoffman (San Jose State)

Jarrett Key (Tennessee Tech) vs. Jared Nash (UTC)

 

FRIDAY, AUGUST 31st

Matt Keller (Syracuse) vs. Bryce Bouwens & Luke Sanders (Western Michigan)

Kent Vines (Monmouth) vs. Drake Sutton (Eastern Michigan)

Chance Nelson & Noah Howell (Utah State) vs. Collin Caflisch (Michigan State)

Paul Lawless & Kyle O’Connor (Army) vs. Ben Wyatt (Duke)

Ben Reeder (Western Kentucky) vs. Wisconsin

Cameron King (San Diego State) vs. Kyle Petrucci (Stanford)

Riley Shackelford (Portland State) vs. Austin Ortega & Karson Thomas (Nevada)

JT Bale & James Townsend (Colorado) vs. Ross Reiter (Colorado State)

Bethune-Cookman vs. Thomas Newberg (Tennessee State University)

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st

Connor Kelsey (Oregon State) vs. Bradley Robinson & Liam McCullough (Ohio State)

Florida Atlantic vs. Kasey Kelleher, Jax Wilson & Zach Edwards (Oklahoma)

Southern vs. Donovan Cahill & Antonio Ortiz (TCU)

Michael Poujol (Texas) vs. Matt Oliveira & James Rosenberry (Maryland)

Kent State vs. Ethan Tabel & Ron Gaines III  (Illinois)

Texas State vs. Billy Taylor & Ryan Cassidy (Rutgers)

Ryan Culbertson & CJ Schrimpf (Coastal Carolina) vs. Matthew Smith (South Carolina)

Mike Taylor, Jack Propst & John Raines (Ole Miss) vs. Texas Tech

Carson Todd (James Madison University) vs. Tyler Griffiths, Jackson Quiggle & Griffin Hicks (NC State)

Kevin Crabtree (Villanova) vs. Travis Malinowski (Temple)

Anthony Cantu & Nick Wildberger (Houston) vs. Campbell Riddle (Rice)

Furman vs. Austin Spence (Clemson)

Alcorn State vs. Cade Long & Lucas Patelles (Georgia Tech)

Peter Comaroto & Harry Blair (UMass) vs. Boston College

Carson Tebbetts (Stony Brook) vs. Conner Kirkegaard (Air Force)

Howard vs. Jake Hale (Ohio)

Jarrett Giacchino (Austin Peay) vs. Koby Pyrz (Georgia)

AJ Carty (Washington) vs. Clarke Smith (Auburn)

Elias McMurry & Max Durschlag (Appalachian State) vs. Joe Calcagno, Matt Aloni & Kevin Cahill (Penn State)

Riley Lovingood & Jake Yelich (Tennessee) vs. Jack Hadley (West Virginia)

Tristan Sokach-Minnick (Albany) vs. Pittsburgh

Matt Beardall & Zach Appio (Marshall) vs. Trent Kramer (Miami of OH)

Hayden Sak & Erik Abrell (Northern Illinois) vs. Austin Spiewak (Iowa)

Washington State vs. Jesse Hooper (Wyoming)

Nathan Guzman (UNLV) vs. Damon Johnson & Jac Casasante (USC)

Tommy Bancroft & Kyle Murphy (North Carolina) vs. Alonso Vera (California)

Brock Powers (UT Martin) vs. James Workman & Drew Wise (Missouri)

Stephen Elmore (Eastern Illinois) vs. Jordan Silver & George Madden (Arkansas)

Blake Biby (Boise State) vs. Cameron Kaye & Brennen Milliron (Troy)

Jacob Schwind (Old Dominion) vs. Liberty

Paul Williams (Fordham) vs. Brian McDonough & Jack Wellenhofer (Charlotte)

John Davis (North Carolina A&T) vs. Anthony Ratliff & Erik Lawson (East Carolina)

Marshall Simmons (Elon) vs. South Florida

Grant Gluhaich (Richmond) vs. Virginia

Delaware State vs. Jeremiah Riordan (Buffalo)

South Carolina State vs. Ryan Langan, Logan Cox & Payton Dunagan (Georgia Southern)

Trevor Fleming (Grambling) vs. Louisiana

Camden Boyle (Southeast Missouri State) vs. Charles DeRosier (Arkansas State)

Steven Nixon & Philip Hatcher (Mercer) vs. Preston Brady (Memphis)

Central Arkansas vs. Adam Higuera (Tulsa)

Reeves Blankenship (Louisiana Tech) vs. Andrew Zink (South Alabama)

Jackson State vs. Austin Keel (Southern Mississippi)

Zach Wood (Cincinnati) vs. Johnny Den Bleyker, Alex Michaelsen & Koby Walsh (UCLA)

Indiana vs. Johnathon Scandrett (Florida Intl)

Dominic Brocato (Nicholls) vs. John Wirtel, Logan Klusman & Kolin Hayes (Kansas)

Dalton Godfrey (South Dakota) vs. Randen Plattner (Kansas State)

Camaron Cheeseman, Matt Baldeck & Andrew Robinson (Michigan) vs. John Shannon & Michael Vinson (Notre Dame)

Chris Wilkerson (Stephen F. Austin) vs. Joel Baldwin & Raymond Freeman (Mississippi State)

Ethan Ray (Charleston Southern) vs. Ryan Farr, Brett DioGuardi & Marco Ortiz (Florida)

Russ Hiett (Middle Tennessee) vs. Zach Drevno (Vanderbilt)

Garrett Stotts & Cole Voyles (SMU) vs. Nate Durham (North Texas)

Harrison Goebel & Justin Hathoot (Northern Arizona) vs. Jake Sammut (UTEP)

Brendan Lowery & Mitch Hall (Louisville) vs. Ryan Parris, Scott Meyer & Thomas Fletcher (Alabama)

Gabe Skrobot (Bowling Green) vs. Devin Melendez, Peyton Yanagi & Karsten Battles (Oregon)

Peyton Coffman (Akron) vs. Chase Urbach, Cameron Pieper & Jordan Ober (Nebraska)

Andrew Toothman (Abilene Christian) vs. Chris Lutzel & Thor Rodoni (Baylor)

Bradley Sorenson (South Dakota State) vs. Quinn Sonntag & Steven Wirtel (Iowa State)

Incarnate Word vs. Jared EnRico (New Mexico)

Alex Boatman (Idaho) vs. Patrick Williams, Jr. (Fresno State)

Grant Merka & Caleb Cantrell (UTSA) vs. Riley John (Arizona State)

Matt Foley (BYU) vs. Donald Reiter (Arizona)

Michael Pifer & Kyle Gibbs (Navy) vs.Wyatt Tucker (Hawai’i)

 

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd

Clay James, Jacob Munoz & Sam York (Miami) vs. Blake Ferguson (LSU)

 

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd

Oscar Shadley (Virginia Tech) vs. Ken Burnham (Florida State)

Looking to be the next great Rubio Long Snapper? It all starts this fall with camps across the country HERE

Please Note: The List of Rubio Long Snappers in college is VERY, VERY long so if I have missed one, please let me know at Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com and I will adjust ASAP.

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the Washington Post, 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 14 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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Rubio Long Snappers in College Football Games (8/25)

Time to start another college football season!

Here you go!  This is the official list of Long Snappers that have attended a Rubio Long Snapping camp playing in games this weekend (this is just D1 and teams in bold have a Rubio Long Snapper)….

 

SATURDAY, AUGUST 25th

Trey Harper (Duquesne) vs. Peter Comaroto & Harry Blair (UMass)

Prairie View vs. Campbell Riddle (Rice)

Wyatt Tucker (Hawai’i) vs. Ross Reiter (Colorado State)

Jesse Hooper (Wyoming) vs. Tim O’Donnell (New Mexico State)

 

 

Looking to be the next great Rubio Long Snapper? It all starts this fall with camps across the country HERE

Please Note: The List of Rubio Long Snappers in college is VERY, VERY long so if I have missed one, please let me know at Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com and I will adjust ASAP.

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the Washington Post, 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 14 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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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From a Rubio Long Snapping Parent…..

A long time Rubio Long Snapping parent asked me if they could write a blog for everyone to read. Here it is….

I have wanted to write about our experience with Rubio Long Snapping for years because there are things that I wish someone had pointed out/told me when we were first getting started.

Our son is a Rubio Long Snapper. He isn’t just a long snapper he is a Rubio Long Snapper and he is now playing Divison 1 college football on full scholarship.

From the time our son was in 1st grade he had 3 goals:

  1. He wanted to make the Varsity Football Team at his high school as a sophomore – we are a 6A school so making Varsity as a sophomore is a big deal. (He achieved this goal)
  2. He wanted to play Division 1 college football (He achieved this goal)
  3. He wanted a full scholarship (He achieved this goal)
  4. He wanted to play in the NFL (He is working toward this goal)

We have always encouraged his passion for the game and sent him to all different types of camps – full contact as well as skills and we have had him in sports performance training since 4th grade.

He started long snapping in 7th grade. His head football coach asked anyone who thought they could snap a ball to try out for the position and he won it. While we “knew” that he snapped the ball for punts, extra points and field goals, we really didn’t have any idea it was an actual “position” so to speak. We thought it was just “something extra” he did in addition to playing Linebacker and Fullback.

The summer before his freshman year in high school he came and asked us to go to a long snapping camp and my husband and I were like – a what??? What in the heck is that? We were in the process of signing him up with a college recruiting service and I asked the representative if he knew of any long snapping camps and he recommended Rubio. The college recruiting service cost us a lot of money and didn’t end up doing anything for us in terms of recruiting BUT it will forever be worth the money because of their recommendation of Rubio Long Snapping.

I got on the computer and found out that Rubio was doing fall camps in various locations but the one closest to us was already set up. I emailed Rubio and was able to get our son on the waiting list and – eventually – into the camp.

This camp was our first exposure to the ins and outs of long snapping and to Rubio. While at the camp, my husband saw another father there that he knew. The father

wanted to share all of his knowledge with us and informed us that we shouldn’t limit ourselves to doing only Rubio camps – we should do ALL of the different ranking camps and get our son out there so he could have as much exposure as possible. Basically he was saying not to put all of our eggs in one basket. We listened politely to everything he said but at the end of the camp I told my husband that I didn’t agree – that I really liked this Rubio guy and how he ran his camp and our son seemed to respond to him and that was that. We never looked back and never put him anywhere else and have never been sorry about that. Interestingly enough, this other long snapper never ended up playing college ball and his father approached my husband here in town after our son received his scholarship to tell us how wrong he had been and if he had it to do over again, he would’ve stuck with Rubio like we did. He spent so much time running from one camp to the other that his son never had any consistency in terms of critique or what he needed to do to be the best that he could be.

SO WHY NOT PUT YOUR KID AT ALL THE DIFFERENT RANKING CAMPS?

Well, there are several reasons for this in my opinion. First, they are extensions of Kicking Camps – not really long snapping camps per se and it is not always the same person doing the evaluations and/or rankings so there is no consistency in what your son is being told to do and/or work on to improve.

Over the years, I can’t even count how many times our son has been approached to train with these other companies or attend their “invite only” camps. They have stalked him on social media, private messages and at different college camps he was attending that they happened to be running. The invited him to their regional camps and their “invitation only” camps (which is pretty much anyone that will pay for it). What they REALLY wanted to do was recruit a Rubio Long Snapper. They will pretty much tell you anything/everything you want to hear to get you to go to their camps but they really don’t do anything for you and your son in the long run – oh yeah – big talk and all but very little contacts and actions. If you look across the board in college football – the vast majority of long snappers come out of Rubio Long Snapping. I’m not telling you that there aren’t some from other companies but – overall – the college coaches trust and rely on Rubio and his evaluations. It doesn’t really matter if you are the #4 ranked long snapper in your class on their site if they are only ranking 30 kids. What, exactly, does that tell a college coach? That you invested your time and money with a company that doesn’t see enough long snappers to truly be an expert in the art form that really is long snapping.

I’ve seen kids go with other companies in addition to Rubio and think that they are somehow going to be chosen for a bowl game that way. That.Isn’t.Going.To.Happen. Let me repeat that – That.Isn’t.Going.To.Happen. Look back through their choices over the years and you can bet that their choices are never kids that train elsewhere. They TELL you that your kid is amazing and has a shot at it just to get your money and have your kid at that camp. Rubio now chooses snappers for 2 different bowl games and that isn’t an accident – he really is the foremost authority on long snappers.

If a “coach” from another long snapping company only tells you and your son how amazing he is and how much this company could do with/for them, they are likely blowing smoke up his (and your) butt. The truth is that every long snapper has things that can be improved. Our son continues to train with Rubio privately once a year and with Finch as many times as we can manage it when he is home for any period of time and he attends the college camp. And guess what? There are still things Rubio has him working on in order to go to the next level – the NFL.

Regardless of which college team is your favorite I don’t think that there is any doubt in anyones mind that Nick Saban is one of the best coaches in college football history. There is a reason that he only uses Rubio Long Snappers – think about that!

RANKINGS AND HOW TO DEAL WITH THEM

This is a tricky one and I will be the first to admit that I didn’t (and still don’t) always agree with Rubio in whoever was ranked above my kid. Now, I didn’t question the STAR rankings of the kids involved, but if there were several kids with the same number of stars – I didn’t always think that the person/people he ranked above my son were better than him. Sometimes I did agree and sometimes I didn’t but what I always DID agree with is whatever he critiqued our son on needing to work on so that is where we put our focus. Concentrating on that is what made our son the long snapper he is today.

If you and your kid don’t like where he is ranked, work on what Rubio says he needs to work on and improve that and then the next time Rubio sees him he will likely move up in the rankings because he fixed, or at the very least improved, that situation.

Or you can go coach shopping and find another company to tell you what you want to hear because they want your money. If they are telling you how awesome you are when Rubio is telling you what you need to work on then I would question their knowledge level. The way I look at it is this – wouldn’t it be “easier” for Rubio to just tell every kid how amazing he is and then write that up after every camp? He doesn’t do

that – he actually pays attention to the kid AT the camp and then goes back and watches their film and gives you detailed information – and he balances that – giving positive affirmations as well as things that need to improve. Ask yourself which “review” a college coach is going to trust – one that only tells you how amazing this kid is or one that is honest and straightforward? I personally prefer to hear the bottom line truth and so does our son. What about you?

AND ANOTHER THING ABOUT RANKINGS

I’ve heard a lot of people complain that their kid should be ranked higher or have more stars when their kid hasn’t been at camps. They complain that Rubio only wants them at the camps so that he can make more money. Two things here:

  1. Rubio can only rank the kid if he SEES the kid. So even if you think your kid is better than John X right now, if your kid isn’t at the camp and John X is and John X is better NOW than the last time Rubio saw your kid then John X is going to jump your kid in the rankings because he can only compare John X NOW to your kid the last time he saw him. This isn’t Rubio moving your kid down in the rankings at all – it is about another kids improvement since the last time he saw him and since he hasn’t seen your kid since then…..well you see how that is?
  2. This is Rubio’s business – his livelihood, his way to support his family so absolutely there is a financial aspect to him doing this. But – I have never been involved with an organization where the owner gives so much back to the kids. If you or your kid texts Rubio, he answers, if you comment on one of his posts on social media – he answers. He is encouraging and funny and supportive of everyone that is part of the Rubio Family – parents and kids and he doesn’t charge a dime for any of that “extra” support. My son started as a true college freshman and his first game was an away game and it was supposed to rain. Although my son was confident in his abilities he was a bit nervous and got in touch with Rubio and guess what Rubio did? He answered him right away and took the time to talk him through everything that needed to happen for our son to be successful. He set him at ease and helped him get out of his head in that minute when it truly mattered. I don’t know any other “long snapping” companies that are that accessible in that way and would’ve taken that time – after business hours – to do that. Do you?

    RUBIO FAMILY

Our particular high school class of long snappers was an exceptionally close class and I have heard people from other classes complain that they don’t have that bond that we

had – parents and kids. ANY class can have that bond but you have to have one or more families who are invested in making things happen – lunch together during camps, dinners together after camps staying the same hotel in Vegas and regional camps, etc. Guess what that means? Someone has to step up to the plate and coordinate it all – meaning do the research and keep in contact with everyone. If no one does that then it doesn’t happen.

The other thing I noticed is that all the families in our class were supportive of ALL the boys. There wasn’t any competition EXCEPT on the field. These kids have had a group chat going since they were Event Elite together summer before their Junior Year in high school and Top 12 the summer before their Senior Year and they are going into their (academic) Junior Year in college now and still chatting via group text. If someone was going to turn down an offer, they told the others in their group chat so that the rest of them could reach out to the coach if they were interested in playing for that college. No one “hoarded” that information – they shared contact information for coaches so that they could all achieve their dreams. They were all doing exactly what Rubio taught them to do – building each other up rather than tearing each other down.

Whenever I’ve seen issues between kids in the same class (not friendly competition), you can bet that some adults is egging that on and so if you stop any of that, then you can all have the same closeness up and down the rankings that we had. I can honestly tell you that out of the 5 Start Snappers in our class any one of them could’ve been #1 in the class on any given day. And, out of the parents in our class – we are still close to many of them and keep in touch and keep rooting for each others kids.

Rubio actively encourages these kids to not only be great long snappers but also to be great human beings.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

If your son genuinely wants to play college football don’t be laser focused on whether it is a scholarship or a PWO. I mean, I get it – they all want a full ride but there are still some schools that simply will not bring in a long snapper on scholarship as a true freshman. Don’t make your son feel like a failure that he “only” received PWOs. Long Snapping isn’t like playing QB or RB where the school is going to take at least one player in that position every single year. If they don’t need a long snapper, it doesn’t matter how good your kid is – they aren’t going to take them.

We constantly told our son that he could play where HE wanted to play whether it was a PWO or scholly (and he multiple offers of each type). Ultimately he chose a school

that offered him a full ride but – for him – it was more about the actual University then it was about anything else.

CONTINUED TRAINING

This is a mistake I’ve seen families make. Our son got the offer so we are done with training. The difference between high school football and college football is the difference between driving on the Interstates here in the US and driving on the autobahn in Germany and you want your son to keep honing his skills for his entire college – and NFL – career.

We highly recommend starting private lessons with Rubio in high school and continuing these at least yearly – through college and beyond. Also, be sure you have your kid training at least sometimes during the year with a RUBIO instructor (Samantha can tell you where the closest RUBIO instructor is to you) and if you aren’t near one then go with Virtual Lessons. We started private lessons with Finch as soon as we started with Rubio and that made a huge difference. We didn’t have the option of virtual lessons at that time so we drove quite a distance on a regular basis so that our son could improve. With the option of virtual lessons, the sky is truly the limit in terms of improvement.

The one “regret” that I have is that we didn’t start private lessons with Rubio in Idaho sooner than we did. It is definitely an investment but having Rubio completely and utterly focused on your son for a period of time truly is priceless and every time we have gone up there it has taken our son to the next level. So, as soon as you can afford that – do it – you won’t regret it.

We also recommend attending January and May Vegas if at all possible. It gives your son invaluable experience.

THOUGHTS TO TAKE AWAY

To sum all of this up, our son worked very hard and daily to achieve his goal of playing college football and continues to work his butt off to be the best that he can be but none of this would’ve been possible without Rubio.

Rubio wasn’t easy on him. He set goals for him that were sometimes difficult for our son to achieve but he worked as hard as he did because Rubio expected it of him and challenged him to never settle for less. People rise to the level of expectation that are

placed upon them and we believe that Rubio set him up for success by expecting these things from him.

So I will end this the way I started it…..Our son is a Rubio Long Snapper. He isn’t just a long snapper, he is a Rubio Long Snapper and we are very proud of that distinction.

Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Rubio has been featured in the Washington Post, 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 14 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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Watch List for The Chris Rubio Award 2018

Here is the Pre-Season Watch List for The Chris Rubio Award!

Please note: you do NOT have to be on this list to win the award in January!!!

LONG SNAPPER QUALIFICATIONS

Last year’s winner, Oscar Shadley (Va. Tech)

What is the Award?
The Award will be presented on an annual basis to the best national high school Long Snapper for that given season.

Who Is Eligible?
Every athlete that plays high school football at the varsity level, regardless of state division, or age. You DO NOT have to attend a Rubio Long Snapping / Chris Sailer Kicking camp to win this award.

How Do You Win? 

  • You will have to be the starter for your high school varsity team.
  • You must not have more than one bad snap all season (snap that gets by the punter or the holder).
  • You must have 85% of your punt snaps in The Rubio Zone.
  • If you have to snap and block for your team, that is looked at in higher regard.
  • The amount of tackles is taken into consideration with the voting.
  • You must have started in 80% of the current year’s games for your varsity team.

    Thomas Fletcher of Alabama!

  • A Long Snapper’s physical size is NOT taken into consideration in the voting.
  • Other positions played are NOT taken into consideration for voting.
  • You may be viewed by Chris Rubio in person, send in film, have a high school head coach’s recommendation, college special team’s coach recommendation or sports writer’s recommendation to be considered eligible.
  • A panel of voters assembled by the Chris Rubio selection committee will vote for the winner.
Blake Ferguson of LSU is a two time winner of The Chris Rubio Award

Blake Ferguson of LSU is a two time winner of The Chris Rubio Award

How Does the Voting Take Place? 
A panel of voters assembled by the Chris Rubio selection committee will be voting. The panel will include: Chris Rubio, past and current NFL Long Snappers, past and current NCAA Long Snappers, past finalists for the Chris Rubio Award (once they graduate from college), and Sports writers and columnists.

When?
August: A Watch List of Long Snappers will be announced each year before the high school football season begins. The players on the Watch List were selected based on statistics from the previous season and upcoming season expectations.  The eventual winner does NOT have to be on the Watch List to win the awards.

Scott Daly of Notre Dame was the inagural winner of The Chris Rubio Award

Scott Daly of Notre Dame was the inaugural winner of The Chris Rubio Award

November:  Ten Semi-Finalists are announced.  The Semi-Finalists will be determined by committee selection.

December: The Three Finalists are announced. The Finalists will be determined by total votes. 3 points (1st Place Vote), 2 points (2nd Place Vote), 1 Point (3rd Place Vote). In the case of a tie, Chris Rubio will break the tie with his vote.

January : The winner will be announced in Las Vegas on Friday, January 13, 2017. The winner will be determined by total votes. 3 points (1st Place Vote), 2 points (2nd Place Vote), 1 Point (3rd Place Vote).

In the case of a tie, Chris Rubio will break the tie with his vote.

Cole Mazza of Alabama holds his Chris Rubio Award trophy in Los Angeles

Cole Mazza of Alabama holds his Chris Rubio Award trophy in Los Angeles

Guidelines:
Submit your season total stats (total snaps) each week to Chris Rubio by emailing them to Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com. Each week, you will email me a new TOTAL number that you have added up each week.

Please submit the following:
Total Number of Punts:
Total Number of Punts in The Rubio Zone:
Total Number of P.A.T’s:
Total Number of tackles:
Misc (fumble recovery, etc):

Please note: You may create a highlight tape for the judges but it cannot exceed one minute in length. It must be emailed to Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com with a YouTube link.

*All statistics will have to be verified by your high school head coach before you can be announced as a Finalist.

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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 Washington Post, 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 14 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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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VEGAS XXXIII CONTEST!

DOUBLE UPDATE!!!!
After over 22,000 votes came in, the winner of the FREE admission to VEGAS XXXIII with almost 14,000 votes is Dylan Wiltcher! Great job Dylan and you truly showed the power of social media to win the contest! Excellent work. Please contact Samantha@RubioLongSnapping.com to see how to retrieve your prize.

Dylan Wiltcher

UPDATE!!! After receiving tons of great entries and seeing which ones followed the directions below (yes, there were some major issues with that part), your three finalists, in alphabetical order, are…..

Blake Hooker

Dylan Wiltcher

Jacob Zuhr

You can vote on the poll featured below in this very blog. Voting will be open until Monday night at 9 pm pst.  Feel free to share this page on social media and vote as often as you like. Let’s see which Rubio Long Snapper has the strongest social media pull and will win the FREE admission to VEGAS XXXIII!!!

VOTE BELOW ON THE FEATURED POLL

Another Vegas means another Vegas Contest! Let’s see which Long Snapper will win a FREE admission to VEGAS XXXIII in January!

WHO: Any Long Snapper from the 8th grade to 2nd year of Junior College that would like a FREE admission to VEGAS XXXIII in January!

WHAT: A Long Snapper must create a YouTube video showing one to five incredible snaps. Make it as creative as you want. Involve a car (be safe), snapping with a crowd of lady friends around, a llama, snapping at a mall that is packed, etc. The snap(s) must be creative, 15 yards and solid. Rubio Long Snapper Zach Smith of USC made a full on trick shot video (see here) that went viral several years back with several snaps. I am asking you for ONE glorious snap that is super creative and on target. Yes, you can only enter one to five snaps. You don’t follow directions and you are immediately eliminated from the contest.

WHEN: All entries must be uploaded to YouTube with the title: Your Name, Rubio Long Snapping VEGAS XXXIIII Contest. Once they are uploaded you must email them to me at Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com. All entries must be submitted to me by no later than September 14th, 2018 at MIDNIGHT EASTERN TIME.

WHERE: Wherever you want, just be safe.

WHY: To earn a FREE admission to VEGAS XXXIIII on January 18-20, 2019! (travel and accommodations will not be provided)

The winner will be voted on by people around the world after the contest is narrowed done by yours truly!

The winner of the past contest was Brock Assel (now at Air Force) and can be seen below!

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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 Washington Post, 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 14 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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Recap of the TX Summer Camp (7/22/18)

Chism, Rubio, Oldham

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to TX on July 22nd, 2018 for their summer camp. Rubio Long Snapping traveled around the country this summert with stops in CA, NC, GA, IL, SC (Top Gun Camp), CA (College, TOP 12, Underclassmen Invitational) and TX!

Long Snappers from TX, LA, NE, OK, NM, MS & CA all traveled to this camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping. The camp was a great time had by all with an excellent group of Long Snappers and parents.

The overall champion of the camp was BRANDON OLDHAM (2019, TX). Brandon is a very smooth Long Snapper that is extremely accurate and consistent. Great frame and he is built thick. Loves when he really locks down his release point as that is when he doesn’t miss.

The speed champion of the camp was Eli Chism. He hit several snaps under .75 and had some very quick hands. Really impressed with his frame and how he handled the pressure when it came down to the final snaps. Great upside and an even better attitude.

The finals round matchups were Bryce Felt (51.39), Eli Chism (38.67), Brandon Oldham (38.36), John Farris (30.26), Brayden Chandler (25.93) and Blake Hooker 21.52.  You can see the full finals video below….

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS

Braedy Wilson was very smooth and proved that he is one of the most athletic Long Snappers in his class. Great frame and his ball can be very quick.

Zac Bland is strong and was snapping with some very quick hands. Really impressed with what I saw out of Bland and look forward to seeing him this fall and beyond.

John Farris handled pressure well making it all the way to the finals. The more he really rips the ball back and can lock down his spiral, the better he will be. Great attitude.

Brayden Chandler has quick hands and was on fire all day in TX. Really done a great job of improving his overall frame and athleticism.

Olin Ferguson has a very long frame and tons of upside. Snapped the ball hard and was impressive. Watch him.

Nick Stoia had some of the quickest hands at the camp and absolutely tremendous frame.

Luke Taggart has as much upside as anyone in the country. Athletic build and moves very well on his feet.

Garrett Townsend is smooth with great consistency and accuracy.

Joshua Smetzer was snapping the ball with solid smoothness and easily getting under .80. Keep an eye on him.

Notables: Nicholas DiVirgilio, Corey Presusse, Jacob Trim

TOP 2020 LONG SNAPPERS

Blake Hooker is consistent, accurate and right on the cusp of greatness. When it clicks on Hooker, he is simply tremendous. Catches waves of brilliance and can dominate a day of camp.

Bryce Felt is snapping with a ton of power and has a tremendous attitude. Handles pressure well and his form is gorgeous. Making sure he is going straight back is going to be huge.

Ethan Lane had a great day in TX. Thick, big and strong Long Snapper with very quick hands that can get the ball back very quickly to the punter. Always improving.

Phillip Bourque is a big Long Snapper with an extremely smooth snapping motion. Need to see him snap as hard as he possibly can at all times and use all of his big body.

Notables: Connor Blackwell, David Perez

TOP 2021 LONG SNAPPERS

Ben Wheless had a great day in TX. Thick and powerful Long Snapper with a consistent snapping motion. Locking down his spiral is going to be huge for Wheless.

Grant Steffen was accurate and consistent Long Snapper with a smooth snapping motion.

Notables: Blake Rejcek

TOP 2022 LONG SNAPPERS

Joaquin Espinoza, Blake Keith, and Grayson Repass

Here are the RSI Scores from the TX Camp…..

Apodaca, Quentin            15.31 2020
Barron, Preston                      – 2020
Blackwell, Connor            13.33 2020
Bland, Zac            18.52 2019
Bourque, Phillip            17.24 2020
Brock, Tyler            14.85 2021
Buda, Grant               3.06 2021
Chandler, Brayden            25.93 2019
Chism, Eli            38.67 2020
Click, Justin                      – 2021
DiVirgilio, Nicholas            24.14 2019
Edwards, Thomas Cooper                      – 2020
Ellerbee, Andrew                      – 2019
Espinoza, Joaquin               6.12 2022 – 2025
Espinoza, Joaquin                      – 2022 – 2025
Farris, John            30.26 2019
Felt, Bryce            51.39 2020
Ferguson, Mike                      – 2019
Ferguson, Olin            13.48 2019
Hooker, Blake            21.52 2020
Keith, Blake               6.67 2022 – 2025
Lane, Ethan                      – 2020
Lee, Rex                      – 2022 – 2025
Mccarroll, Austin               3.00 2020
Mccormack, Nathan            21.43 2019
McCoy, Jacob                      – 2019
O’Toole, Ryan            13.19 2020
Oldham, Brandon            38.36 2019
Parsons, William            10.34 2019
Perez, David               6.52 2020
Preusse, Corey            10.53 2019
Rejcek, Blake                      – 2021
Repass, Grayson            13.92 2022 – 2025
Repass, Grayson                      – 2022 – 2025
Revel, JB            16.30 2021
Ryan, Hunter                      – 2022 – 2025
Smetzer, Joshua            19.78 2019
Steffen, Grant            12.12 2021
Stoia, Nick            13.79 2019
Taggart, Luke               6.67 2019
Thompson, Chase            13.19 2019
Townsend, Garrett               9.47 2019
Trim, Jacob               6.32 2019
Welsh, Riley               6.00 2020
Wheels, Ben               3.30 2021
Wiginton, Haydon                      – 2020
Wilson, Braedy            14.47 2019

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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Recap of the All-American Bowl Long Snappers

After two great days of competing at the FBU TOP GUN camp in Rock Hill, SC, two Long Snappers stepped up and earned their tickets to the All-American Bowl on January 5th, 2019 in San Antonio, TX! This bowl game is the largest High School Bowl game with over 40,000 in attendance and over 5 million watching live on NBC!

Rubio, Mad Dog, Erik Richards

At the conclusion of the first day, Erik Richards (National Scouting Director for the All-American Games) came over to see the talent and wanted one Long Snapper to snap in front of him and the crowd. Quentin “Mad Dog” Skinner was chosen for the ultimate pressure snaps. Mad Dog is committed to LSU on full scholarship and proved he is worth it with three powerful snaps and even a show of athleticism as Richards wanted to see him snap and take off (even timed it). Right after the third snap, Richards announced the Mad Dog would be the first All-American Bowl Long Snapper!

On the second day, the competition was fierce but two Long Snappers came out on top to battle for a bowl spot. The finals round matchup was between Joe Shimko (NJ, ’19) and JC Vega (GA, ’19). Shimko is committed to NC State on full scholarship and Vega has an offer to Pikesville. Both Long Snappers were deserving but Shimko was just unstoppable when the pressure was on.

Very proud of all of the Long Snappers and can’t wait to see Shimko and Skinner represent themselves, their schools, their communities, their states and Rubio Long Snapping in San Antonio, TX!

Here is the matchup between Shimko and Vega….

Enjoy a great interview with Quentin Skinner by Chad Ricardo (Voice of Youth/HS Sports, Creative Media Partner All American Games™) right after he sealed the deal: HERE

Enjoy a great interview with Joe Shimko by Chad Ricardo (Voice of Youth/HS Sports, Creative Media Partner All American Games™) right after he sealed the deal: HERE

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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Recap of the Polynesian Bowl Selections

Simon Samarzich

After two great days of competing, two Long Snappers stepped up and earned their tickets to the Polynesian Bowl on January 19th, 2019 in at Aloha Stadium in Hawaii! This bowl game has quickly become one of the top bowl games in the country for high school athletes. This year, the Polynesian Bowl will be aired live on CBS! 

Jack Landherr

The finals round matchups were Simon Samarzich (CA, ’19) vs. Peter Bowden (CA, ’19) and Drew Little (NC, ’19) vs. Jack Landherr (CA, ’19). This group of Rubio Long Snappers was overflowing with talent as Samarzich is committed to Washington State on full scholarship, Drew Little is committed to North Carolina on full scholarship, Landherr has offers from Army, Navy and Air Force while Bowden has offers from Wisconsin, Northwestern, Penn & San Diego. Obviously, all of these Long Snappers deserved the spot but we had to have two winners and the two that stepped up in the end were Simon Samarzich and Jack Landherr. Very proud of all of the Long Snappers and can’t wait to see them represent themselves, their schools, their communities, their states and Rubio Long Snapping in Hawaii!

Here is the first matchup between Samarzich and Bowden….

Here is the finals matchup between Little and Landherr….

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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Recap of the IL Summer Camp (7/9/18)

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to IL on July 9th, 2018 for their summer camp. Rubio Long Snapping will be traveling around the country this spring with stops in CA, NC, GA, IL, SC (Top Gun Camp), CA (College, TOP 12, Underclassmen Invitational) and TX!

Long Snappers from KS, IL, GA WA, CA, AZ, TN, MO, IN, OH, MN & MI all traveled to this camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping. The camp was a great time had by all with an excellent group of Long Snappers and parents.

The champion of the camp was David Boan (2020, IL). David was actually the speed AND overall champion with powerful snaps and getting hot at the right time. Boan grows by the hour and has a very smooth snapping motion where his ball tends to pick up speed along the way. Tremendous talent with great potential.

The finals round matchups were Jackson Worthen (53.25), David Boan (53.35), Caden Bolz (50.67), Brad George (46.67), Luke Elmore (37.04), Jaden Mueller (33.33).  You can see the full finals video below….

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS

Jude Pedrozo

Jude Pedrozo was tremendous out in IL with extremely smooth snaps, a solid body and athleticism that shows me he can be a true factor on the punt coverage team. Form is good and the harder he snaps, the better he looks on the field.

Caden Bolz came out from KS and left no doubt he is one of the most accurate and consistent Long Snappers in the country. Strong based, good balance and has the ability to rip the ball back to the punter. Should be fun with him at the TOP 12 camp.

Brad George has good form and snaps a crisp, powerful ball back to the punter. Very consistent Long Snapper. Each snap looks the same over and over. Locking down his spiral is going to be huge for him.

Aidan Hall was moving well on his feet and was outstanding when he led with his elbows and snapped with full power.

Joey Wilson is very athletic and can get the ball out of the gate quickly. Great potential.

Jack Schmitz is extremely athletic, has a great frame and is dripping with potential

Nathan Tokar is thick and powerful with a smooth snapping motion. Getting his eyes through will help a ton to make him ready for the next level.

Notables: Graham Finklea, Michael Cronin, Andrew Downs, Collin Kinniry, Charlie Sullivan

TOP 2020 LONG SNAPPERS

David Boan

David Boan was the overall champion of the camp and crushed it all day long. Massive frame that will be able to put some excellent weight on over the next couple of days.

Christo Kelly has a great, thick frame and snaps the ball with solid power. Tight spiral and when he is on, he is very on. Kid is a stud.

Jackson Worthen was very smooth and snapping with great power throughout his whole body. His form is absolutely gorgeous.

Cody White was snapping pearls all day and his ball gets faster every time I see him. Powerful Long Snapper

Will Halkyard might be the smoothest Long Snapper in his class. It is almost poetic to watch him snap the ball.

Jared Lawrence came out and was very impressive with snap speeds and attitude.

Tom O’Keefe is a big Long Snapper with a tight spiral and great upside.

Notables: Nelson Pipes, Hunter Schrock,

TOP 2021 LONG SNAPPERS

Nick Walker

Nick Walker looked outstanding in IL. Has the frame of a college Long Snapper right now and he still has several years of high school left. Ball is easily under .80. The sky is the limit for Nick.

Andrew Boan is built long with a frame that can put on some good weight over the next couple of years. Uses all of his whole body extremely well and is ball is very fast for his size.

Sam Long was very impressive in IL with a great frame and solid snaps.

Isaiah Hayse came out to IL and looked very sharp for his first camp. Great frame and upside.

Notables: Michael Florentine, Sam Long, Mac Scheuble, Zach Zoglio, Michael Seybold, Brett Kuczyinksi,  Nicholas Casad

Here are the RSI Scores from the IL Camp…..

Boan, Andrew 21            14.63 2021
Boan, David 20            53.25 2020
Bolz, Caden 19            50.67 2019
Borak, James 20            17.05 2020
Casad, Nick 21               3.06 2021
Cronin, Michael 19            32.53 2019
Dakuras, Andrew 20            13.04 2020
Downs, Andrew 19               6.98 2019
Elmore, Luke 15            37.04 2018 – JC
Farrell, Danny 21               9.28 2021
Finklea, Graham 19            19.35 2019
Florentine, Michael 21               9.57 2021
George, Brad 19            46.67 2019
Hall, Aidan 19            24.71 2019
Halyard, Will 20               3.53 2020
Hayse, Isaiah 21            20.22 2021
Kelly, Christo 20            17.72 2020
Kinniry, Collin 19            21.52 2019
Kuczynski, Brett 21                      – 2021
Lapean, Connor 22            12.00 2022 – 2025
Lawrence, Jared 20            25.97 2020
Liston, Jimmy 22               9.68 2022 – 2025
Long, Sam 21               3.26 2021
Moreau, Silas 21               3.00 2021
Mueller, Jaden 20            33.33 2020
O’Keefe, Tom 20            14.81 2020
Pedrozo, Jude 19            30.14 2019
Pipes, Nelson 20            14.81 2020
Porter, Christian 20               6.67 2020
Porter, Roger 20                      – 2020
Rathbun, John 22                      – 2022 – 2025
Scheffler, Zachary 20            21.52 2020
Scheuble, Mac 21               6.82 2021
Schmitz, Jack 19            22.50 2019
Schrock, Hunter 20               3.26 2020
Seybold, Michael 21            12.63 2021
Sink, KC 21                      – 2021
Sullivan, Charlie 19            10.59 2019
Tokar, Nathan 19            16.85 2019
Walker, Nick 21            26.03 2021
White, Cody 19            11.11 2019
Wilson, Joey 19            11.69 2019
Worthen, Jackson 20            53.25 2020
Zoglio, Zach 21            13.64 2021


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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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Recap of the GA Summer Camp (7/1/18)

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to GA on July 1st, 2018 for their summer camp. Rubio Long Snapping will be traveling around the country this spring with stops in CA, NC, GA, IL, SC (Top Gun Camp), CA (College, TOP 12, Underclassmen Invitational) and TX!

Long Snappers from AL, CA, DE, FL GA, IN, KY, MO, LA, MS, NJ, OH, SC & TN all traveled to this camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping. The camp was a great time had by all with an excellent group of Long Snappers and parents.

The champion of the camp was Zane McCracken (2020, GA). Zane is a very fluid and long time Rubio Long Snapper. Snaps with good power and got hot at the right time. This TOP 12 Camp invitee left no doubt he is one of the top Long Snappers in his class. Really impressed with his victory in GA.

The finals round matchups were Drew McCracken (34.67), William Wagner (34.21), Hayes Hammond (29.45), William Long (29.11), Jake Sayer (29.11) and JC Vega (26.67) You can see the full finals video below….

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS

Skinner

Quentin Skinner was a smooth as I have seen him and ripped the ball back to the punter. He is a massive human being that is as strong, yet still very athletic, as anyone in the country. The kid is a machine with his body, form and power. LSU got a great one.

Christian Johnstone looks like a college Long Snapper right now and he can snap like one as well. Ball is powerful, smooth and easy to catch. Excellent Long Snapper.

JC Vega won the speed competition, is a tremendous athlete and can pass an eyeball test a 1/4 mile away. Kid looks good and is just getting better and better by the second.

William Wagner is a big and strong Long Snapper that gets hot and can dominate his competition. Love the upside and attitude on Wagner.

Carson Knight was snapping bullets all day and can put a hole in the punter. Love when he is snapping with full confidence.

Justin Keijers had a great day, can pass an eyeball test quickly and snapped the ball with good power. Great upside.

Notables: Graham Finklea, Jack Harrison, Graham Leslie, Tyler Martin, CJ Otwell, Ben Hendrix, Michael Hunt, Ryan Cameron

TOP 2020 LONG SNAPPERS

McCracken

Zane McCracken was great all day and ended up winning the whole camp. Handled pressure well in the finals and his point scoring snaps were beyond crisp and clean. Ball is strong and very tight.

Hayes Hammond had some of the fastest snaps in the entire camp. He was absolutely ripping the ball back to the punter and made it deep into the finals.

William Long has a nice frame and snaps a very smooth ball. Made it to the finals and shows excellent upside.

Cooper Frazier is a massive Long Snapper with good power. Love it when Cooper uses his whole body and just rips the ball back to the punter. Tons of potential.

Colby Cox has a good frame, smooth snapping motion and can already get the ball under .75 when he is on. Watch this kid.

Cody White is smooth, has tremendous form and can rip the ball back using every ounce of his body.

Jake Foggia is smooth and very consistent. Hard working Long Snapper that never stops improving.

Alex Applefield has excellent pop and his snapping form is excellent. Smooth Long Snapper that is very accurate.

Jake Sayer made it deep into the finals and will dominate once his spiral is locked down.

Bailey Parson has massive upside and snaps with great power. Keep an eye on Parsons.

Michael Wright was snapping a smooth ball all day long and showed good athleticism.

Notables: Cal Archdeacon, Josh Curray, Matt Drews, Peter Haynes, Jonathan Miller, Clay Perry

TOP 2021 LONG SNAPPERS

Washburn

Jonathan Washburn was smooth and powerful all day with times in the mid .7s. Really long frame and he has room to put on some good weight over the next couple of years. Big fan of his attitude and upside.

Xander Echols is smooth and has great form. Uses all of his body well and never stops improving. Ball gets out of the gate very well.

Max Parker is a large Long Snapper with good power that is right on the cusp of greatness.

Carter Short showed great promise all day and can already get the ball back under .80

Notables: Carson Garrison, Jackson Knotts, Jake Putnam, Bridger Tomberlin

TOP 2022 and Beyond LONG SNAPPERS

Joe Miller looked great for his age. Ball is already pretty quick and his form is beyond his years. Love his attitude.

Drew Prieto is just heading into 8th grade and can already snap with outstanding form and pop!

Notables: Hayden Rigsby, Chip Olquist

Here are the RSI Scores from the GA Camp…..

Applefield, Alex 20 7.89
Archdeacon, Cal 20 3.3
Bader, Reece 19 6.32
Bozeman, Tanner 19 0
Butler, Brody 20 0
Cameron, Ryan 19 3.85
Charlton, Cooper 20 10.47
Comer, Daniel 19 9.78
Cousins, Anton 19 0
Cox, Colby 20 7.59
Curray, Josh 20 20.45
Drews, Matt 20 6.06
Echols, Xander 21 6.98
Finklea, Graham 19 3.57
Foggia, Jake 20 22.08
Frazier, Cooper 20 25.68
Garrison, Carson 21 3.95
Hahn, Caiden 19 0
Hammond, Hayes 20 29.49
Harrison, Jack 19 3.66
Haynes, Peter 20 0
Hendrix, Ron 19 3.8
Hunt, Michael 19 7.32
Johnstone, Christian 19 21.95
Keijers, Justin 19 10.39
Knight, Carson 19 21.92
Knotts, Jackson 21 16.85
Leslie, Graham 19 0
Long, William 20 29.11
Martin, Tyler 19 22.5
McCammon, Caid 20 19.35
McCracken, Zane 20 34.67
Miller, Joe 22 3.26
Miller, Johnathon 20 6.32
Oquist, Chip 22 3
Otwell, CJ 19 22.22
Parker, Max 21 0
Parsons, Bailey 20 11.84
Perry, Clay 20 17.24
Prieto, Drew 23 0
Putnam, Jake 21 6
Rigsby, Hayden 22 3.3
Sayer, Jake 20 29.11
Shimko, Joseph 19 0
Short, Carter 21 10.39
Skinner, Quentin 19 12.16
Spradley, Kaleb 19 13.48
Strayer, Jackson 21 3
Thompson, Kevin 19 0
Tomberlin, Bridger 21 0
Vega, JC 19 26.67
Wagner, William 19 34.21
Washburn, Jonathan 21 13.64
Whatley, Sims 21 0
White, Cody 20 11.11
Worthen, Jackson 20 0
Wright, Michael 20 3.66

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 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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