Rubio Long Snapping Recap: Texas Fall Camp (11/17/2019)

Road to VEGAS XXXV continues for Rubio Long Snapping!

FIFTH STOP: Hurst, TX on November 17th, 2019. This Fall camp season has been fantastic so far and loaded with talent.  Rubio Long Snapping has traveled all over the country with stops in North Carolina, New Jersey, Washington, California, Texas.  Coming up next is Georgia, Northern California, Arizona, and Illinois.  Of course, each Fall camp lays the path to complete the road to VEGAS XXXV (January 18 & 19)! For the first time ever, the All-American Bowl Long Snappers will be selected at this Vegas Event! ‬Thanks to our partnership with FBU and the ALL-AMERICAN BOWL Long Snappers from all over the world will head to Vegas to earn their spot! ‬

Long Snappers from AR, CO, LA, MO, MS, OK, SC, TN, TX & VA all traveled to L.D. Bell High School in Hurst, TX to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping. The camp had a massive turnout and we had great conditions since we were indoors!

The Camp Champion was Kaleb Halfmann (TX, 20). The Speed Champion was Ethan Lane (TX, 20).

To see all of the YouTube videos from the Texas Fall Camp, please go HERE

You can see the full finals video below….

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 California Fall Camp…..
LAST, FIRST YEAR RSI
Able, Connor 21 50
Anderson, Luke 21 6.82
Angel, Ethan 22 9.89
Ardemagni, Alex 22 16.67
Baker, Trent 24 13.79
Barron, Preston 20 9.28
Benjamin, James 23 0
Bergeron, John 20 21.62
Bice, Brayden 21 13.64
Bourque, Phillip 20 14.47
Branch, Beau 20 18.06
Burdette, Batton 22 3.61
Byrne, Luke 21 18.52
Caillier, Jarett 20 0
Cheveallier, Daniel 25 10.98
Cortez, Connor 23 0
Eden, Reed 21 17.44
Ehrlich, Osker 22 18.07
Eldridge, Jake 23 29.63
Fatti, Caleb 22 14.12
Forrest, Benjamin 24 25.32
Gensemer, Grant 21 25.64
Gottsegen, Eliot 21 50.67
Halfmann, Kaleb 20 48.1
Jarrell, Drew 23 3.23
Kirkpatrick, John 20 3.8
LaCaze, Brayden 23 3.03
Lane, Greg 20 26.39
Lane, Jaydee 27 0
Lasagna, Tyler 21 0
Magee, Briggs 22 22.08
Mahaffey, Andrew 22 13.95
McCartin, Jay 21 0
McIntosh, Reece 20 29.69
Mock, Caleb 21 9.78
Moody, Cooper 21 9.68
Moore, Asa 22 16.85
O’Krongley, Tyler 24 0
Penn, Valen 20 33.33
Pierce, Oden 21 29.27
Quigley, Michael 21 14.46
Reddell, Cory 22 6.12
Reeves, Ethan 21 9.47
Rhodes, Byron 21 59.72
Roberts, John Luke 20 29.73
Sarils, Preston 21 14.29
Scherer, Daniel 21 7.32
Smith, Klayton 23 10.11
Steffen, Grant 21 21.79
Stricker, Zach 21 14.12
Stringfellow, Dale 22 12.9
Torres-Whitmer, Micah 20 3.66
Tullier, Aaron 20 13.92
Tyson, David 22 29.27
Van Heijningen, David 22 0
Villasana, Alan 23 0
Wade, Brendan 23 6.06
Waller, Zach 21 10.84

 

 

 

 

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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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Chris Rubio Award for TOP 2020 Long Snapper

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

December:  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 Saturday, January 18, 2020. 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

Guidelines:
Submit your season total stats (total snaps) for the season to Chris Rubio by emailing them to Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com. You will email a 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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Rubio Long Snapping Recap: Fall California Camp (10/27/19)

Road to VEGAS XXXV continues for Rubio Long Snapping!

FOURTH STOP: Chino Hills, CA on October 27th, 2019.

This Fall camp season has been fantastic so far and loaded with talent.  Rubio Long Snapping will be traveling all over the country with stops in North Carolina, New Jersey, Washington, California, Texas, Georgia, Northern California, Arizona, and Illinois.  Of course, each Fall camp lays the path to complete the road to VEGAS XXXV (January 18 & 19)! For the first time ever, the All-American Bowl Long Snappers will be selected at this Vegas Event! ‬Thanks to our partnership with FBU and the ALL-AMERICAN BOWL Long Snappers from all over the world will head to Vegas to earn their spot! ‬

LEFT TO RIGHT: JT Greep (Speed Champion), Chris Rubio and Cole McCutcheon (Overall Camp Champion).

Long Snappers from AZ, CA, CO & NV all traveled to Chino Hills High School in Chino Hills, CA to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping. The camp had a massive turnout and we had great conditions! 

The Camp Champion was Cole McCutcheon (AZ,’20).

The Speed Champion was JT Greep (CA,’21).

To see all of the YouTube videos from the California Fall Camp, please go HERE

You can see the full finals video below….

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 California Fall Camp…..

 

LAST, FIRST RSI CLASS
Alvidrez, Ryan 8.57 2020 – JC
Amorelli, Anthony 9 2024 – 2026
Arevalo, Luis 29.27 2020 – JC
Arguello, Jake  6.82 2021
Barcelos, Nick  58.9 2020 – JC
Campos, Andrew 7.5 2022
Cappasola, Declan 25.93 2021
Chesney, Kurt 21.74 2022
Christensen, Brett 10.39 2020 – JC
Dolan, Parker 19.57 2024 – 2026
Dreyfuss, Jack 3.37 2022
Eleopoulos, Alexander 43.06 2022
Estrada, Aaron 14.29 2020 – JC
Farfan, Sean  26.76 2020 – JC
Felt, Bryce 44.12 2020 – JC
Freeman, Wyatt 14.1 2022
Garcia, Anisa 0 2021
Greep, JT 58.11 2021
Hawkins, Kameron 38.89 2020 – JC
Hutton, Mason 33.78 2021
Kean, Ryan 21.95 2022
Kellams, Bryce 15 2022
Kent, Chris 10.39 2021
Kjeldgaard, Jack 21.52 2022
Kozhaya, Andrew 0 2021
Lynch, Adam 6.67 2020 – JC
Martin, Chase 7.14 2023
McCutcheon, Cole 47.89 2020 – JC
Meunier, Daniel 18.67 2020 – JC
Michael, Sam 28.24 2020 – JC
Munsey, Carson 0 2023
Oney, Peter 7.32 2022
Orona, Michael 37.66 2022
Orozco, Leroy 17.65 2021
Rivera, Greg 16.13 2021
Robbins, Ryan 9.09 2024 – 2026
Rodriguez, Angel 7.32 2020 – JC
Rubio, Cruz 34.25 2020 – JC
Salom, Davis 44.78 2020 – JC
Sanchez, Jaden 13.48 2020 – JC
Sanchez, Kain 14.47 2020 – JC
Santorico, Joey 3 2022
Schrier, Jacob 38.16 2021
Smith, Brenden 3.61 2022
Tabb, Jonathan 17.65 2023
Talkington, Devin 13.33 2023
Valencia, Benjamin 3 2022
Wahab, Salem 3.57 2022
Walkes, Justin 6.59 2021
Wells, Joe 3.53 2021
Wilson, Nolan 21.43 2022
Zaragoza, Ezekiel 34.72 2020 – JC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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 Snapping Recap: Fall Washington Camp (10/20/19)

Road to VEGAS XXXV continues for Rubio Long Snapping!

THIRD STOP: Shoreline, WA on October 20th, 2019.

This Fall camp season is LOADED with talent.  Rubio Long Snapping will traveling all over the country see it with stops in North Carolina, New Jersey, Washington, California, Texas, Georgia, Northern California, Arizona, and Illinois.  Of course, each Fall camp lays the path to complete the road to VEGAS XXXV (January 18 & 19)! For the first time ever, the All-American Bowl Long Snappers will be selected at this Vegas Event! ‬Thanks to our partnership with FBU and the ALL-AMERICAN BOWL Long Snappers from all over the world will head to Vegas to earn their spot! ‬

Long Snappers from CA, ID, OR, WA & Canada all traveled to Shoreline Stadium in Shoreline, WA 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 with only a little bit of Seattle rain.

The CAMP CHAMPION was Grayson Pibal (OR,’20). The Speed Champion was Cameron Landes (WA,’20).

To see all of the YouTube videos from the Washington Fall Camp, please go HERE

You can see the full finals video below….

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 Washington Fall Camp…..

LAST, FIRST RSI CLASS
Basso, Luke 10.11 2021
Brunner, Colson 18.56 2021
Claridge, Devin 12.24 2021
Gorski, Blake 12.37 2022
Haugen, Owen 3.09 2023
Higham, Hunter 6.06 2023
Kent, Chris 38.16 2021
Landes, Cameron 34.67 2020 – JC
Lougheed, Reid 3.06 2023
Mocnik, Joseph 3.26 2021
Moreau, Silas 0 2021
Pibal, Grayson 52.5 2020 – JC
Plieth, Jackson 30.68 2022
Rodarte, Luca 21.88 2022
Sullivan, Tommy 6.98 2020 – JC
Taylor, Jameson 6.74 2022
Tomica, Jesse 17.86 2021
Ziemer, Jack 6.59 2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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 Snapping Recap: Fall New Jersey Camp (10/13/19)

Road to VEGAS XXXV continues for Rubio Long Snapping!

SECOND STOP: Holmdel, NJ on October 13th, 2019.

This Fall camp season is LOADED with talent.  Rubio Long Snapping will traveling all over the country see it with stops in North Carolina, New Jersey, Washington, California, Texas, Georgia, Northern California, Arizona, and Illinois.  Of course, each Fall camp lays the path to complete the road to VEGAS XXXV (January 18 & 19)! For the first time ever, the All-American Bowl Long Snappers will be selected at this Vegas Event! ‬Thanks to our partnership with FBU and the ALL-AMERICAN BOWL Long Snappers from all over the world will head to Vegas to earn their spot! ‬

Long Snappers from NJ, PA, MA, CT, VA, NY, OH and DE all traveled to this camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping. The camp was phenomenal with amazing effort from the Long Snappers and participation from the parents from start to finish.

The CAMP CHAMPION was Logan Rager (NJ,’22). 

Logan was excellent all day with great speed and consistency. He is the #1 Long Snapper in the 2022 class and continued to show why from start to finish. He is starting to become more mature and confident with his abilities, cannot wait to see him develop over the coming years.  The Speed Champion was Rino Monteforte (NY,’22).

To see all of the YouTube videos from the New Jersey Fall Camp, please go HERE

The finals round matchups were Rino Monteforte (34.88), Logan Rager (24.42), Zach Taylor (24.14), Caleb Hoffman (21.00), Brandon Richards (20.22) and Ryan Legere (20.00).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top 2019 and 2020 Long Snappers

Brandon Richards followed up his strong showing at the NC regional camp last week with another good showing at the NJ regional camp this weekend. An athletic and well-built long snapper, he has grown to be very accurate and snaps a quick ball in the low 8s and high 7s. Really like what he has developed into throughout the years.

Elio Siragusa continues to impress with his long snapping. He snaps a very tight and consistent ball and really honed in on his accuracy as of late. Great size and showed some great things during the agility drill.

Sam Doughty put on another consistent and solid performance at the NJ Fall regional camp. Big, athletic long snapper who very rarely misses when it comes to accuracy. His speed is very consistent in the high 7s and low 8s thanks do his quick hands and great form. Great attitude and work ethic.

Justin Peterson is a very well built, strong long snapper that showed great athleticism during the agility drill. Very upbeat and coachable during the whole camp. His form is very solid and when he is on, he can compete neck and neck with the best of the camp.

Scott Fries showed a lot of great things at the camp, snapping very accurate and tight spirals all day. Athletic as anyone there, small refinement on his form and keeping his weight back will elevate him to the next level.

Cody White was the most coachable and eager snapper at the NJ camp. His improvement throughout the day was second to none. Tons of potential and upside to pair along with an amazing attitude.

 

Top 2021 Long Snappers

Zack Taylor continues to be the perfect example of consistency at these Rubio Long Snapping camps. Very rarely misses, snaps a very quick and tight spiral, and is always in the contention in both the speed and overall competition. I can’t remember a camp within the past couple years where he isn’t in the finals or one of last men standing for the speed competition. Very excited to see what the next two years has in store for him!

Patrick Coyle really impressed throughout the day. His balls are very, very quick and come with a great spiral and accuracy. Continues to improve every time I see him. On a great trajectory and will be a force to reckon with very soon.

Ryan Leger had a great camp, making it all the way to the finals and losing in a very competitive round to Logan Rager. Ryan was throwing quick and accurate balls all day and his catchability is off the chart. Very bright future ahead of Ryan!

Owen Labosky put on another great display at the NJ regional camp, snapping very consistent and tight spirals throughout the day. Very confident and reserved snapper. Would love to see him keep his weight back to get more power on the ball.

Anthony Zaccaro improved a great amount since his last camp. Very eager and positive long snapper with a great frame and size. When he is on, he snaps with the best of his class, just need to see him develop a bit more consistency to get there.

Paul Joseph Meyers has improved a tremendous amount since his first camp with Rubio Long Snapping. A massive long snapper with a great frame who continues to lock in on his consistency and speed. He has a long body to work with so getting it all synced up is tough, but he is up for the challenge and is very close to having everything click.

Really liked what AJ Delgado did at the NJ Regional camp. A very athletic long snapper who has some refinement to do on his form, but is already snapping quick, catchable and tight spirals. He is already good, and continued focus and refinement on his form will make him great. Excited to see his improvement at the next event!

Caleb Hoffman is a very big and smooth snapper who has improved greatly since his first Rubio Long Snapping camp. Ball is very tight and the catchability is off the charts. Once he gets his long legs synced up with his full snapping motion, he will be very dangerous.

Thomas Lee showed a lot of potential and upside throughout the day. Ball is very quick and comes with a great spiral. Some tweaks to his form will help with his consistency and accuracy, but with his upbeat attitude and know he will put in the work!

Nichola Schreiber showed a lot of raw talent and abilities throughout the day. Big and strong long snapper with a frame that can easily carry more weight. Some focused work on his form and getting his eyes through and weight back will really sky rocket him to the next level and make him very competitive with some of the top snappers in his class.

Joseph Ravelo had a lot of bright spots during the NJ Fall camp. Form continues to improve every time I see him. He uses his long frame well and can easily add more muscle. Consistent location and accuracy stemming from his quick hands. Would like to see him add his legs more and really put some oomph behind the ball!

Conor Montgomery showed a lot of great progress and improvement throughout the day. Some very small adjustments with his form will help him add speed to his snap. His accuracy and consistency is strong at this point, and continued work and effort will tie everything together in no time.

Nathaniel Mosey is a big, strong long snapper who can really muscle the ball back to the punter well. Continued work on his form and adapting everything from the drill work taught at the camp will help take his abilities to the next level. Athletically he is there, just continued time and development will be key.

Lucas Vereb is a big, strong long snapper who has a ton of potential and upside. When he focuses on his form and uses his size and strength together, his ball jumps back to the punter and hits in the Rubio Zone. Would love to see him develop consistency and have this happen every rep!

Top 2022 Long Snappers

Logan Rager was not only the camp champion but stood out from all the other athletes throughout the day. Extremely catchable ball with great consistency with speed and accuracy. To top it off he is very athletic and has a frame to carry more muscle as he grows older.

Rino Monteforte was absolutely ripping the ball back the whole day, winning the speed competition and was the top seed of the overall bracket. Extremely impressive all day and boosts a ton of confidence and upbeat attitude.

Doug Sabol had a great showing at the camp. He has shown a great deal of improvement in a short period of time. When he is on he is a very competitive long snapper with others in his class. Consistency will be key for him but know with his attitude he will put in the work to be great!

Joseph Taikina really impressed throughout the day. He has noticeably improved and snaps a very tight and catchable ball. His speed has gotten better, dipping into the low 8s and even hitting the high 7s when he really lets it go. Confident snapper who has a ton of upside.

Really like everything Sammy El Haididi did at the NJ Fall regional camp. Continues to grow and has developed a great frame with the ability to add more weight easily. Very athletic and crushed the agility drill. His spiral is very tight and his accuracy is improving every time I see him.

If there was a most improved award for a camp it would go to Anthony Mennona. Anthony has been coming to Rubio Long Snapping camps for multiple years now and he is night and day different from when he first started to now. Continues to grow strength and develop his flexibility and form. Excited to see him continue on the trajectory he is on!

Nathan Ickes is a big, strong long snapper who has a ton of upside. Some slight adjustments to his form and continued development with his flexibility will pay off huge for him. Already has a great base and can take his abilities to the next level very quickly!

Nicholas Neu showed a lot of upside at the camp. Tall, long athlete with a lot of potential. If he slows down and focuses on the drill work and his flexibility he will improve over night.

Top 2024 and Beyond Long Snappers

Andrew Dufault really loved what Andrew showed at the NJ regional camp. Already has great size and frame for his age and shows incredible upside and potential. He already snaps competitively with others older than him. Sky is the limit and cannot wait to see his continued development throughout the years!

Joe Bogle showed a ton of improvement throughout the day. A young snapper who has a great frame to grow into. His form is already very strong and he snaps a very good ball.

Dominic Daliz is a big, strong long snapper who showed a lot of potential. When he slowed down and focused on adapting the form/drill work into his snap, it was noticeably different than how he came into the camp. Great attitude and know he will put in the work to be great!

Billy Davis showed great commitment and work ethic coming out to a camp at his age (12!!). Along with this eagerness to improve, his form is phenomenal for how young he is. With him being this young, I want to see him continue to focus on his form while he adds muscle and weight.

 

 

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 New Jersey Fall Camp…..

LAST, FIRST RSI CLASS
Bogle, Joe 9 2024 – 2026
Coyle, Patrick 13.33 2021
Daliz, Dominic 3 2024 – 2026
Delgado, A.J. 6.19 2021
Doughty, Sam 8.96 2020 – JC
Dufault, Andrew 3.03 2024 – 2026
El Hadidi, Sammy 9 2022
Fries, Scott 6 2020 – JC
Hofmann, Caleb 21.65 2021
Ickes, Nathan 9.28 2022
Labosky, Owen 3 2021
Lee, Thomas 3.06 2021
Legere, Ryan 20 2021
Mennona, Anthony 6 2022
Meyers, Paul Joseph 12.77 2021
Monteforte, Rino 34.88 2022
Montgomery, Connor 12.9 2021
Mosey, Nathaniel 12.24 2021
Neu, Nicholas 0 2022
Peterson, Justin 18.37 2020 – JC
Rager, Logan 24.42 2022
Ravelo, Joseph 3 2021
Richards, Brandon 20.22 2020 – JC
Sabol, Douglas 6.12 2022
Schreiber, Nicholas 12.5 2021
Siragusa, Elio 0 2020 – JC
Taikina, Joseph 3.03 2022
Taylor, Zack 24.14 2021
Vereb, Lucas 3.06 2021
White, Cody 0 2020 – JC
Zaccaro, Anthony 15.46 2021
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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 Games (10/10-1012)

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)…

 

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Syracuse vs. Jackson Quiggle & Joe Shimko (NC State)

UL-Monroe vs. Alex Lipps (Texas State)

 

Friday, October 11, 2019

Ross Reiter (Colorado State) vs. Jared EnRico (New Mexico)

Enzo Anthony (Virginia) vs. Clay James & Jacob Munoz (Miami)

JT Bale & James Townsend (Colorado) vs. Peyton Yanagi & Karsten Battles (Oregon)

 

Saturday, October 12, 2019

Evan Crabtree, Trent Kramer & Brendan Beattie (Miami OH) vs. Bryce Bouwens (Western Michigan)

Preston Brady (Memphis) vs. Travis Malinowski & Ronald Gaines (Temple)

James Rosenberry (Maryland) vs. Purdue

Raymond Freeman (Mississippi State) vs. Riley Lovingood & Jake Yelich (Tennessee)

Camaron Cheeseman, Matt Baldeck & William Wagner (Michigan) vs. Ethan Tabel, Aidan Hall & Nolan Rossback (Illinois)

Toledo vs. Gabe Skrobot (Bowling Green)

Matt Oliveira & Max Durschlag (South Carolina) vs. Steven Nixon (Georgia)

Billy Taylor & Donato Crisanti (Rutgers) vs. Sean Wracher (Indiana)

Kasey Kelleher (Oklahoma) vs. Zach Edwards (Texas)

Jack Coco, Cade Long & Lucas Patelles (Georgia Tech) vs. Ben Wyatt (Duke)

Ball St. vs. Drake Sutton (Eastern Michigan)

John Morton (Old Dominion) vs. Zach Appio & Matt Beardall (Marshall)

Austin Reeves (New Mexico State) vs. Central Michigan

Zach Wood & Cayson Pfeiffer (Cincinnati) vs. Anthony Cantu & Nick Wildberger (Houston)

Brad George (Kent State) vs. Peyton Coffman (Akron)

Erik Abrell & Thomas Peterson (Northern Illinois) vs. Ohio

Simon Samarzich (Washington State) vs. Riley John (Arizona State)

Dalton Riggs (BYU) vs. Andrew Beardall (South Florida)

Jude Pedrozo (Michigan State) vs. Peter Bowden (Wisconsin)

Thomas Fletcher (Alabama) vs. Jake Pagel, Michael Moldinado & Garrett Townsend (Texas A&M)

Connecticut vs. Geron Eatherly & Ethan Hudak (Tulane)

Russ Hiett (Middle Tennessee) vs. FAU

Steven Wirtel (Iowa State) vs. Jack Hadley (West Virginia)

Andrew Gonneville (San Jose State) vs. Robert Hill, Karson Thomas & Austin Ortega (Nevada)

Rhode Island vs. Oscar Shadley (Virginia Tech)

Hayden Hood & Luke Rizzo (Texas Tech) vs. Thor Rodoni (Baylor)

Rex Goossen & Walker Hardan (UNLV) vs. Scott Meyer & Zach Drevno (Vanderbilt)

Georgia State vs. CJ Schrimpf (Coastal Carolina)

Jacob Fuqua (UAB) vs. UT-San Antonio

Jack Wellenhofer & Doug McLaughlin (Charlotte) vs. Tommy Zozus (Florida International)

Paul Lawless, Kyle O’Connor, Patrick Szczesniak & Ryan Aguilar (Army) vs. Mitchell Harralson (Western Kentucky)

Patrick Williams (Fresno State) vs. Conner Kirkegaard (Air Force)

Massachusetts vs. Reeves Blankenship & Kyle Conrad (Louisiana Tech)

Jack Propst (Ole Miss) vs. Drew Wise & James Workman (Missouri)

Nate Durham & Brandon Oldham (North Texas) vs. Seth Roberson & TJ Harvey (Southern Mississippi)

Brendan Lowery & Mitch Hall (Louisville) vs. Noah Turner (Wake Forest)

Jordan Silver (Arkansas) vs. Kentucky

Chase Urbach & Cameron Piper (Nebraska) vs. Michael Vojvodich (Minnesota)

Michael Pifer & Kyle Gibbs (Navy) vs. Adam Higuera (Tulsa)

Damon Johnson & Jac Casasante (USC) vs. Michael Vinson, John Shannon & Axel Raarup (Notre Dame)

Joe Calcagno & Austin Sullivan (Penn State) vs. Austin Spiewak (Iowa)

Brett Dioguardi & Marco Ortiz (Florida) vs. Blake Ferguson & Quentin Skinner (LSU)

Noah Rodriguez-Trammell & Keegan Markgraf (Utah) vs. Tommy Merickel & Dylan Black (Oregon State)

Wyatt Tucker (Hawai’i) vs. Daniel Cantrell & Hunter Fridolfs (Boise State)

Jesse Hooper (Wyoming) vs. Turner Bernard (San Diego State)

AJ Carty (Washington) vs. Gage King & Erik Dickerson (Arizona)

 

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 Snapping Recap: Fall North Carolina Camp (10/6/19)

Fall camps have officially begun for Rubio Long Snapping!

FIRST STOP: Charlotte, NC on October 6th, 2019.

After just one camp, we can already tell that this Fall is going to be LOADED with talent.  Rubio Long Snapping will traveling all over the country see it with stops in New Jersey, Washington, California, Texas, Georgia, Northern California, Arizona, and Illinois.  Of course, each Fall camp lays the path to complete the road to VEGAS XXXV (January 18 & 19)! For the first time ever, the All-American Bowl Long Snappers will be selected at this Vegas Event! ‬Thanks to our partnership with FBU and the ALL-AMERICAN BOWL Long Snappers from all over the world will head to Vegas to earn their spot! ‬  

 

 

Long Snappers from GA, KY, LA, MA, NC, NJ, OH, SC, TN, VA & WV all traveled to Olympic Community Schools in Charlotte, NC 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 CAMP CHAMPION was Spencer Triplett (NC,’20).

The Speed Champion was Alex McLaughlin (NC,’21).

To see all of the YouTube videos from the North Carolina Camp, please go HERE

You can see the full finals video below….

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 North Carolina Fall Camp…..

LAST, NAME RSI CLASS
Adkins, Dalton 9.28 2020 – JC
Allen, Wesley 2023
Anderson, Ben 3.45 2022
Bohanan, Corey 2022
Bowman, Jake 15 2020 – JC
Brannock, Aaron 25.61 2021
Britschge, Christian 3 2020 – JC
Burt, Gannon 3.37 2023
Bushey, Ryan 9.28 2021
Clegg, Logan 12.77 2021
Cowan, Zachary 10 2020 – JC
Cross, Colby 7.41 2020 – JC
Curtis, Jake 3.16 2024 – 2026
DeBerardino, Anthony 18.42 2021
Deyton, Alexander 6.45 2021
Doughty, Sam 14.47 2020 – JC
Garfield, Colby 50.77 2020 – JC
Giambrone, Josh 3.26 2022
Goodwin, Tyler 10.67 2021
Gresham, Matt 11.11 2021
Hensley, Kameron 29.63 2020 – JC
Hirshon, Zachary 2022
James, Joseh 18.42 2022
Jones, Stewart 14.81 2021
Keaton, Carson 18.18 2021
Legere, Ryan 35.71 2021
Mahaffey, Andrew 18.52 2022
Manis, Ryan 3.8 2022
Mann, Jake 67.74 2022
McCann, Alex 2023
McCarter, Kade 2023
McLaughlin, Alex 33.77 2021
McLaughlin, Everett 24.71 2021
Meddings, Carson 25.81 2022
Merchant, Nathan 19.78 2022
Miller, Joe 55.7 2022
Mills, Grant 2024 – 2026
Moser, Caleb 9.09 2023
O’Brien, Dominic 6.12 2021
Rager, Logan 17.86 2022
Richards, Brandon 16.67 2020 – JC
Roy, Slade 9.57 2021
Royston, Caleb 3.3 2022
Sayer, Jake 16.67 2020 – JC
Seets, Colin 3.23 2022
Sharpe, Weston 13.14 2023
Swennumson, Conor 16.13 2021
Tomberlin, Bridger 2021
Triplett, Spencer 32.91 2020 – JC
Turner, Austin 31.03 2021
Walker, Will 6.59 2021
Ward, Jonathan 19.35 2022
Watkins, Samuel 9.68 2021
Watson, Holton 3.13 2021
Whatley ,Sims 15.63 2021
Wheless, Ben 18.29 2021
Wilson, Jamie 3.41 2021
Young, Ryan 10.34 2021

 

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 (10/3-10/5)

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)…

 

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Ryan Langan, Logan Cox & Payton Dunagan (Georgia Southern) vs. Andrew Zink (South Alabama)

Travis Malinowski & Ronald Gaines (Temple) vs. Anthony Ratliff, Erik Lawson & Liam Crowley (East Carolina)

 

Friday, October 4, 2019

Evan Dvorchik (UCF) vs. Zach Wood & Cayson Pfeiffer (Cincinnati)

Jared EnRico (New Mexico) vs. Andrew Gonneville (San Jose State)

 

Saturday, October 5, 2019

Jess Vasquez (Utah State) vs. Blake Ferguson & Quentin Skinner (LSU)

Kasey Kelleher (Oklahoma) vs. Logan Klusman, Kolin Hayes & Luke Hosford (Kansas)

Brad George (Kent State) vs. Peter Bowden (Wisconsin)

Purdue vs. Joe Calcagno & Austin Sullivan (Penn State)

Austin Spiewak (Iowa) vs. Camaron Cheeseman, Matt Baldeck & William Wagner (Michigan)

Matt Hembrough & Braedy Wilson (Oklahoma State) vs. Hayden Hood & Luke Rizzo (Texas Tech)

Andrew Beardall (South Florida) vs. Brian Keating & Kevin Cahill (UConn)

Donovan Cahill & Antonio Ortiz (TCU) vs. Steven Wirtel (Iowa State)

James Rosenberry (Maryland) vs. Billy Taylor & Donato Crisanti (Rutgers)

Geron Eatherly & Ethan Hudak (Tulane) vs. Paul Lawless, Kyle O’Connor, Patrick Szczesniak & Ryan Aguilar (Army)

Aidan Livingston (Boston College) vs. Mitch Hall (Louisville) 

Drake Sutton (Eastern Michigan) vs. Central Michigan

Clarke Smith (Auburn) vs. Brett Dioguardi & Marco Ortiz (Florida)

Gabe Skrobot (Bowling Green) vs. Michael Vinson, John Shannon & Axel Raarup (Notre Dame)

Zach Edwards (Texas) vs. Jack Hadley (West Virginia)

Ohio vs. Jeremiah Riordan & Evan Davis (Buffalo)

Bryce Bouwens (Western Michigan) vs. Toledo

Ball State vs. Erik Abrell & Thomas Peterson (Northern Illinois)

Charles DeRosier (Arkansas State) vs. Georgia State

Thor Rodoni (Baylor) vs. Randen Plattner (Kansas State)

Ethan Tabel, Aidan Hall & Nolan Rossback (Illinois) vs. Michael Vojvodich (Minnesota)

Conner Kirkegaard (Air Force) vs. Michael Pifer & Kyle Gibbs (Navy)

Oscar Shadley (Virginia Tech) vs. Clay James & Jacob Munoz (Miami)

Zach Appio & Matt Beardall (Marshall) vs. Russ Hiett (Middle Tennessee)

Preston Brady (Memphis) vs. UL Monroe

Peter Snodgrass (Northwestern) vs. Chase Urbach & Cameron Piper (Nebraska)

Drew Little (North Carolina) vs. Jack Coco, Cade Long & Lucas Patelles (Georgia Tech)

Brennen Milliron, Cameron Kaye, Griffin Kaye & Hunter Hanstein (Troy) vs. Drew Wise & James Workman (Missouri)

Gage King & Erik Dickerson (Arizona) vs. JT Bale & James Townsend (Colorado)

Mitchell Harralson (Western Kentucky) vs. John Morton (Old Dominion)

Steven Nixon (Georgia) vs. Riley Lovingood & Jake Yelich (Tennessee)

Campbell Riddle (Rice) vs. Jacob Fuqua (UAB)

Harry Blair (UMass) vs. New Hampshire vs. Tommy Zozus (Florida International)

Jude Pedrozo (Michigan State) vs. Liam McCullough, Bradley Robinson, Phillip Thomas & Roen McCullough (Ohio State)

Adam Higuera (Tulsa) vs. Michael Poujol, Cole Voyles & Mark Fuchs (SMU)

Scott Meyer & Zach Drevno (Vanderbilt) vs. Jack Propst (Ole Miss)

JJ Lindsay (California) vs. Peyton Yanagi & Karsten Battles (Oregon)

Brandon Hurst (Pittsburgh) vs. Ben Wyatt (Duke)

Andrew Johns (Liberty) vs. Austin Reeves (New Mexico State)

Grant Merka & Calen Cantrell (UTSA) vs. Jake Sammut (UTEP)

Tommy Merickel & Dylan Black (Oregon State) vs. Johnny Den Bleyker, Koby Walsh & Jack Landherr (UCLA)

Turner Bernard (San Diego State) vs. Ross Reiter (Colorado State)

AJ Carty (Washington) vs. Kyle Petrucci (Stanford)

Daniel Cantrell & Hunter Fridolfs (Boise State) vs. Rex Goossen & Walker Hardan (UNLV)

 

 

 

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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Top Rubio Long Snappers by Region – Class of 2020

Here is a look at the class of 2020’s top ranked Rubio Long Snappers in each region of the country.

 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN (Montana, Wyoming, Utah and Colorado)

  Hogan, Peyton (MT)

Easily one of the most athletic Long Snappers in the country. Pure athlete that could possibly go for two spots in college. Type of Long Snapper that can get hot and absolutely crush other Long Snappers around him. He is able to use his whole body really well and gets some very good speed on the ball. The more weight he puts on, the more he will dominate at the next level. Tremendous upside on Hogan.

 

Brandt, Luke (CO)

He is extremely raw and is oozing with talent. His hands are lightning quick and he snaps the ball with very little wasted movement. His times were as good as .76 and that is fully attributed to his quickness. Luke was by far the best athlete at the camp and is an incredibly hard worker. I would love to see Luke continue to improve on getting his entire body involved in order to become more powerful. Once he does this and snaps a consistently tight spiral, Luke is going to be a force. I expect him to impress at his next Rubio Long Snapping event.  

 

Malone, Luke (CO)

He has very good size and can pass an eyeball test very quickly. His snaps show good accuracy and his speed is solid. Like to see him lean back a bit more to increase his accuracy even more. Also, being quicker out of the gate and making sure he is not having any hiccups and/or movements with his upper body prior to the snap will help with the spiral and speed up the ball. Very good upside on Luke. 

 

Rheinbolt, Tanner (CO)

He has improved a great deal over the past year and I am really impressed with his overall performance this summer. Balance is good and his form is good. Smooth Long Snapper with good accuracy and consistency. Need to see Tanner focus on snapping with great confidence and just letting the ball fly out of his hands. Snapping with more aggression is going to be the key. His form is so good that he needs to just trust it and let the ball scream out of the gate. LOVE his overall attitude and he will make a college coach very happy in the near future. Massive jump in the rankings and well deserved. 

 

Tucker, Christian (CO)

Good frame that could easily put on some good weight over the next couple of years. He reaches through very well and gets his eyes through like a champ. Like to see Tucker focus on slow motion drills to get his legs fully involved to gain more speed on the ball. Also, not thinking so much will help a ton pre-snap. Letting his body, and trusting it, do the work will help a ton. Good attitude and he is improving well. Keep an eye on him at VEGAS!

 

 

NORTHWEST (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska & Canada)

Sullivan, Tommy (WA)

He is an extremely smooth and accurate Long Snapper with great consistency. Type of Long Snapper that simply doesn’t miss. Rarely, and I mean very rarey, will have a ball out of The Rubio Zone. Kid works as hard as anyone in the country and will easily be able to snap in college. His coach at the next level is going to love his attitude.  

 

Pibal, Grayson(OR)

Easily one of the smoothest Long Snappers in the country. Watching him snap is almost hypnotic since has such a smooth snapping motion and his ball is so consistent. I absolutely love when Pibal just grips and rips the ball back to the punter. Smooth on his feet as well. Great frame and will easily be able to snap in college. Love his attitude.

 

  Landes, Cameron (WA)

Really athletic frame and he moves like a champion on the field. The harder he snaps the ball, the better Landes does. When he is on, he is very on and can dominate others around him. Love his attitude and upside. Great frame that will able to put on about 40 more lbs in college. Type of body and snapping motion that will give him the opportunity to snap a ball for a long, long time.  

 

Schumock, Ben (WA)

Really athletic Long Snapper that can snap at the next level. Great frame and he will be able to move and compete in college well. Snaps are smooth and I love when he is snapping the ball with full power. He snaps with great power and force when he is on. Consistency of his power is going to be the key to his greatness. Excellent attitude. 


Parker, Levi
(ID)

He was one of the smoothest, yet raw (in a good way), snappers in the camp. Levi very effectively uses his entire upper body to generate power on his snaps. His freakish flexibility allows him to practically hand the ball to the punter. He does a great job of finishing his hands and his eyes however I would like to see him finish back more consistently, rather than forward. If he can get his lower body working as effectively as his upper body, he could become an absolute beast. I love the potential in this snapper. I can’t wait to see Levi’s very quick progress at his next Rubio Long Snapping event.

 

Laurin, Jack (CAN)

Extremely athletic Long Snapper with excellent form. Uses his whole body really well and is getting some great pop from his lower half. Love that his legs are moving so well in the snapping motion. Kid is very good and only getting better. Locking down his release point will be huge for increasing his overall accuracy and pushing his RSI up to get him into the finals at VEGAS!

 

  Long, Devon (ID)

He is a large Long Snapper with great power throughout his whole body. Built very solid and strong. Starting form is good and he has some quick hands. Almost using his whole body when he is snapping the ball and when he does, his ball will be well under .75. When he is on, Long is very on and can hover in the high .7s. Really looking forward to seeing him get his whole body involved in the process.  

 

Lepine, Dakota (CAN)

Thick Long Snapper with a powerful frame. Made it to the finals and showed well under some good pressure. Starting form is very good and he is using his whole body really well in the process. Form is good and his snapping motion is smooth. As Lepine continues to increase his overall athleticism, he will continue to rise up the rankings. Very good worker. Snapping with full power and rage is going to be huge for Lepine. 

 

 

Nichols, Andrew (OR)

He has a good frame and is built like an athlete. Starting form is very good and he is reaching through well. His hands are quick and he is able to get the ball back to the punter in the high .7s when he is really letting the ball fly out of his hands. Making sure he is getting his legs fully involved in the process will really help with Nichols with his overall speed and getting the ball under .75. Good potential on Nichols. 

 

 

Smithson, Bryce (ID)

He has a good, long frame that has room to put on some good weight over the next couple of years. Bryce reaches back very well and practically hands the ball to the punter. Need to see Bryce get his back flat at the start of the snapping motion so he is able to use more of his long legs. Great potential on length alone. Listens well.  

 

 

PACIFIC (California, Nevada, Arizona and Hawaii)

  Garcia, Jacob (CA)

Thick and strong body. Massive legs with great power in the them. Starting form is excellent and he snaps one of the tightest balls in the country. Ball is quick and Garcia showed how quick it was by winning the speed competition of the camp with times in the mid to high .6s! Explodes well with his lower half and the harder he snaps, the better his speeds will be and the more separation he will create between he and the defender when he sets to block. He is ready right now to snap in college. Tremendous Long Snapper that can play anywhere in the country. 

 

 Hawkins, Kameron (CA)

Ball was in the high .6s to low .7s at all times. Powerful Long Snapper that is looking more athletic and muscular each time I see him. His lower half looks like tree trunks. You can tell he has been working his butt off. Form is exceptional and he uses all of his body with each snap. Snaps a ball that picks up speed and rises into the punter. No doubt he can snap at the next level and he can do it right now. One of the hardest workers you will ever see in the world of Long Snapping. Flat out machine that handles pressure extremely well.   

 

Munoz, Michael (CA)

Love his overall frame and upside. Might have the most overall potential of anyone in his class. Snaps a smooth and catchable ball that no punter will complain about. There’s nothing sweeter than when Munoz really drives his upper body all the way through to the punter. You are looking at a low .7 snap right on the punter’s hip. Type of Long Snapper that can be Snapping for a long, long time when it all clicks.  

 

Barcelos, Nick (CA)

Tremendous Long Snapper that is very athletic and could possibly play two positions in college. At The TOP 12 Camp, he was snapping with incredible confidence and power. Each ball was coming back harder and harder, and I loved it! He is coming along very well and is easily going to be able to snap in college.

 

  Rubio, Cruz (CA)

One of the more athletic Long Snappers in his class. Cruz can flat out fly and has terrific feet. Body is strong and he has room to put on another twenty lbs. over the next couple of years. Snaps are tight and he is always in the mix of getting into the finals. Consistency of driving his upper body through is the key to his greatness. When he does that, he is as good as anyone in the country. Very coachable Long Snapper that snaps a powerful ball that can crush a punter’s hands. Always improving.  

 

Gardner, Beau (CA)

Absolutely massive human being that can play two positions in college. Strong and powerful Long Snapper that can rip the ball back to the punter. The smoother his snapping motion is, the better and more consistent Beau is with his snapping. Upside is off the charts and the smoothness of his snapping motion is the key to his greatness. Type of frame that can be snapping for a very long time.

 

McCutcheon, Cole (AZ)

He is a very consistent Long Snapper that is able to move well on his feet. He is able to use his whole body well and can easily snap an FBS ball right now. Love when he drives his elbows through to create even more power on his ball. Very hard worker that is always improving. Great attitude.

 

  Estrada, Aaron (CA)

Moves really well on his feet and is a pure athlete. Love it when he snaps with full power and he can easily do this at the next level. Finding his groove and being consistent with his snapping motion is the key to his greatness. Thickening up very well. Love his hard working attitude.

 

Salom, Davis (CA)

His pure power and lightning quick hands have his snap humming. Evidence of this was him earning the title of camp speed champion with a fastest snap time of .69. Davis has a very compact snap that is extremely efficient. His massive frame certainly helps him generate power but the best explanation for his fast times is his quick hands. The big guy moves pretty darn well too. I would like to see Davis emphasize getting his elbows through his thighs with limited disruption. This will help him throw a more consistent spiral. If Davis can maintain his fast times and get his spiral consistently tight, he is going to make a huge push for one of the top spots. I am excited to watch Davis continue his path of domination at his next Rubio Long Snapping event. 

 

 

Felt, Bryce (CA)

Smooth Long Snapper that is really coachable. He gets in a groove and can dominate a camp. The more confidence he snaps with, the better Felt does with his snapping. Confidence and knowing he can crush anyone around him will be the key to his greatness. Tremendous worker. Felt has improved as quickly as anyone to go through Rubio Long Snapping in the last 14 years. He uses absolutely every ounce of his body and can rip the ball back to the punter. Easily snaps the ball at D1 speeds. The quicker his ball gets out of the gate, the better his snap speeds will be. I love how quickly he can adapt and adjust to overcome any issues with his snapping. Great workhorse attitude and he can easily snap at the next level. 

 


SOUTHWEST (New Mexico and Texas)

  Roberts, John Luke (TX)

Tremendous athlete with massive upside. When he is on, he is very on and can dominate a camp. Type of frame and Long Snapper that can be snapping a ball for very long time. Love when he snaps hard and lets his long body just take over his snapping motion.

 

Penn, Valen (TX)

His hands are like rockets. Penn might have the quickest hands in the country. His hands are so quick that the ball jumps out of the gate like a champ and is at ten yards when everyone else’s is at seven. His times are excellent and definitely at the college level. Attitude is excellent and he works as hard as anyone in the country. Move swell on his feet and left no doubt that he is a factor on the punt coverage team. Extremely consistent Long Snapper. 

 

  Lane, Ethan (TX)

Powerful Long Snapper with a massive and strong body. Lane hovered in the mid .7s all day long and didn’t even have a snap in the .8s at any point in the day. Making sure he gets both hands to follow all the way through will put the ball right on the punters hip and will make him never miss The Rubio Zone. Excellent personality and will be a dominant player in any locker room. Loved watching him compete at The TOP 12 camp. Lane is super intense and will be an asset to his college football team and his coach. He can be a leader on and off the field. Going to be a great pickup for a college in the near future.  

 

Hooker, Blake (TX)

His body is coming along nicely and he is moving well on his feet. Definitely moving towards becoming a factor on the punt coverage team. Form is very smooth and efficient. He uses all of his body really well. The bigger and stronger he gets along with snapping with full confidence, the closer to a 5 star Rubio Long Snapper he will be. Excellent attitude.  

 

Tejada, Angelo (TX)

Strong Long Snapper with a great, athletic frame. Hard working Long Snapper that is always improving. Ball is smooth and is easily at the FBS level for speed. Love when Tejada is driving all the way through with his upper body. Great upside and he can do this at the next level. Consistency is the key to his greatness.

 

  Wiltcher, Dylan (TX)

Great attitude on this Long Snapper that is always improving. Form is flat out excellent and he is able to snap the ball, consistently, in the .7s. Ball is easy to catch and any punter would be lucky to have him on their team. As Wiltcher continues to gain size and strength, locking down his release point will push him up the rankings even more as it will give him tremendous accuracy. Better accuracy will push up his RSi and get him into the finals of a camp. Wiltcher is great, I know it and I need him to know it as well.   

 

  Gentry, Cortt (TX)

He has a great frame and was definitely one of the most athletic Long Snappers at the camp. Really impressed with his athleticism. If you ever want to see a Long Snapper dive through to the punter like an absolute champ, simply watch Gentry. He almost hands the ball to the punter. His accuracy is solid and he can easily snap the ball in the .7s. Locking down his release point and spiral will huge for Gentry. If he can get his powerful and muscular legs to be fully involved in the snapping process, Gentry would easily be snapping in the .6s, yes .6s, at VEGAS XXXIV in May. Easily could earn a TOP 12 Camp Invite in Vegas. Keep a very close eye on Gentry.   

 

Halfmann, Kaleb (TX)

He is a very athletic Long Snapper that handled pressure well and definitely showed me that he can snap at the next level. Form is solid and he is able to use his whole body very well. When his hands are super quick and he doesn’t hitch, his ball is easily at the D1 level, no question about it.  Powerful Long Snapper with massive upside. Being quicker is the only thing he needs to focus on. He could easily dominate within his class. 

 

Caillier, Jarett (TX)

First off, he can pass an eyeball test very quickly. Massive man that gets bigger and stronger every time I see him. Starting form is good and he can get super hot with his snapping. When Caillier is on, he is very on and can easily snap a D1 ball. Need to see improved consistency and the kid will just fly up the rankings. He has all of the tools for greatness!

 

 

Driskell, Caleb (TX)

Strong and athletic Long Snapper that can handle pressure well plus move like a champ on his feet. Starting form is good and his hands are quick. They will be even quicker if he can eliminate dragging the ball back to the punter. Uses his legs well and he gets some good pop on the ball. Getting rid of the drag is going to improve his accuracy, spiral and consistency. Easy fix that will provide tons of upside over the next year. Immense amount of potential. 

 

 

SOUTH CENTRAL (Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana)

  Chism, Eli (LA)

Strong Long Snapper that has a great form and a terrific work ethic. He is always improving and one of the more consistent Long Snappers in his class. Thick and powerful. Quick ball. He is using his whole body really well. Great overall Long Snapper that definitely can do this at the next level.  

 

Hawthorne, Daniel (LA)

He ended up winning the speed competition in the end with times in the .6s. His ball was like a rocket all day long and he was so impressive that I offered him a TOP 12 Camp Invitation on the spot! Body is strong, he is improving quickly and there is no doubt he can snap at the next level. Locking down his spiral and making sure he is always following through with both hands will benefit Hawthorne a ton. Great kid.

 

Knape, Coltin (OK)

Great frame and he can pass an eyeball test quickly. Looks like he has done some definite growing in the past year. Looks like a college tight end. Form is good and he snaps well under pressure. Moving on his feet is no issue as Knape will be a true factor on the punt coverage team. Hovered in the mid to low .8s all day and showed me that he can definitely snap at the next level. Massive upside on Knape and definitely one to watch.

 

  Bergeron, John (LA)

Legs are getting bigger and stronger by the minute. He is walking on tree trunks with maximum power. Form is good and he is snapping with solid force. Driving his eyes through and making sure his spiral is tight will be make sure Bergeron continues to advance up the rankings. He will be as good as he chooses to be with his Long Snapping. One of the best overall personalities in his class. 

 

 

 

McFarland, Jackson (LA)

He has a god frame and he has some quick hands. Balance is good and McFarland is able to use his whole body really well. Ball is clean and easy to catch. Athletic body. Locking down his release point will be huge for McFarland and increasing his overall speed and accuracy. Great upside.

 

Davidson, Toby (MO)

I am a massive fan of Davidson when he snaps with confidence and truly realizes how great a Long Snapper he is and what his upside is for the long term. Starting form is very good and he snaps a really smooth ball back to the punter. Any punter that complains about the catch-ability of his snaps has some issues. The harder he snaps and the more he follows through with his fingers, the more dominant Davidson becomes. Getting his ball, consistently, under .79 will be the key to really moving up the rankings. Great attitude and a hard worker.

 

 

Pipes, Nelson (MO)

Extremely athletic Long Snapper that moves very well on his feet. One of the smoothest Long Snappers in his class. His form is excellent and he does a great job of getting his upper body all the way through to his punter. Accuracy is solid as you can see with RSI’s continuously in the double digits. If Pipes can really drive his head/eyes through, he will increase his overall accuracy even more and the whipping of his head will push up his speed. Kid is good and bordering on great. Legs are almost perfectly timed up for greatness. I like his attitude. 

 


Bourque, Phillip
(LA)

Bourque is a large and very powerful Long Snapper that might have the size and strength to play two spots on a college football team. Form is excellent and he is quick with his snapping motion. The more Bourque can lean back and improve his overall athleticism, the more colleges will love him. Being able to cover downfield is going to be huge for Bourque in the long run. Very solid attitude and he is motivated. Powerful Long Snapper with good upside. 

 

Duggar, Emory (LA)

He is a big man with tons of power when he is snapping the ball. One of the more intriguing Long Snappers at the camp, when Dugger was on, he was very on. If he can become more consistent by leaning back more and getting his butt down, he will easily, and I mean easily, be snapping at the next level. Smoothing out his snapping motion is going to be the key to greatness for Dugger. I can’t express enough how much potential this kid has and he is definitely someone to watch this fall and at VEGAS XXXV.  

 

 

Franks, Colton (MO)

He was able to handle pressure well and he is able to move well on his feet. His hands area quick and his eyes are good getting through to the punter. Making sure he is not dragging the ball and really getting his lower half fully involved will greatly increase the speed of the ball. Balance is good and he has solid potential.  

 

 

MID AMERICA (Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky)

  Halkyard, Will (IL)

Super athletic Long Snapper that will easily be a factor on the punt coverage team. Moves really well. He is improving at a tremendous level right now. Everytime you see Halkyard he can amaze you with his great snaps and even better attitude.  

 

 

Tarr, Gregory (MI)

He is easily one of the most accurate and consistent Long Snappers in the country. His snapping motion is terrific and he has absolutely zero wasted movement. Tarr gets set, starts the snapping motion and his ball is gone. It is so quick that he can be hard to even time. The ball gets a tremendous jump out of the gate and is always on target. He earned a Polynesian Bowl All-American spot in July. Michigan is getting a great one in Tarr.

 

 

  Floyd, Byron (OH)

Massive Long Snapper that can easily pass an eyeball test from a college coach. Body is thick and very powerful. His balance is solid and he is leaning back really well. HIs snaps speeds are at the college level right now, let alone in a year and a half. Locking down his release point and making sure he is following through with both hands will drastically increase his overall accuracy and push his RSI way up.

 

 

Kelly, Christo (IL)

Massive Long Snapper with an even bigger personality. Really starting to come into his own and snap the ball with a ton of confidence. Really impressive performance at the TOP 12 Camp in July. He was on fire and never let up. Loved watching him out there. He definitely proved to me he deserves 5 stars.

 

 

  Boan, David (IL)

Massive Long Snapper that has great length and can easily pass an eyeball test from a college coach. For a big man, Boan moves extremely well on his feet. Looks pretty much effortless moving forward or side to side. Ball is smooth and really easy to catch. Easily was able to snap the ball under .775. Boan is good and headed right to greatness. The harder he snaps, the better he does.  

 

 

Perry, Clay (KY)

Strong and powerful Long Snapper that uses his whole body very well. Muscular legs pop very well and provide a good amount of speed on the ball. His movements are quick and the ball gets to the punter rapidly. Excellent attitude and he has all of the tools to snap very well at the next level. Hard working Long Snapper that is constantly improving.    

 

 

Cramer, Peyton (IL)

He can snap the ball extremely fast and it can crush the punter’s hands. I saw him snap MANY balls that would hit right in the chest of the punter and be on the rise. That shows great power and speed. Form is good and he is able to use his whole body very well. The more consistency he gets, the more Cramer will shine at the next level for Illinois State. Hard working Log Snapper with lots of upside. Always improving.

 

 Duff, Jonathan (OH)

First off, Duff has one of the best attitudes in his class. I absolutely love how he is always smiling Starting form is solid and he dives through like a champ to the punter. It looks like he is trying to hand the ball to the punter and I love it. Legs are getting involved well and his timing is almost perfect. If Duff can speed up his legs just a tad, his timing will be perfect and the ball will be well under .75 at VEGAS XXXIV in May. Slow motion drills will help Duff become a flat out dominant Long Snapper in his class. Really good camp for Duff in IL.

 

 

Worthen, Jackson (KY)

One of the smoothest Long Snappers in his class, Worthen continues his dominance at camps. Hovers in the mid .7s at all times and his form is gorgeous to watch. Locking down his release point will increase his accuracy. One of those Long Snappers that is always in the finals and has a very legit shot of winning it all in Vegas. Smooth and consistent Long Snapper that can definitely do this at the next level. 

 

 


Reardon, Liam (IL)

He ended up winning the whole thing by getting one of the hottest streaks I have seen in quite some time. In the finals round, he literally didn’t miss one time! It was great to see and very impressive. Athletic framed Long Snapper that is able to move well on his feet. His snap speeds were in the mid to low .7s at all times. The ball was ripping back to the punter. Locking down his spiral will make his ball even faster and easier to catch.

 

 

NORTH CENTRAL (North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Nebraska)

 

Barnes, Luke (SD)

Mueller, Jaden (IA)

Dengel, Gage (NE)

 

Klein, Devin (MN)

Miller, Conner (IA)



NORTHEAST (Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, New York, Connecticut and Rhode Island)

  Doughty, Sam (MA)

He is a very big and strong Long Snapper who displays great form and accuracy. He has shown improvement with a more consistent spiral, which is something he has focused on over the past few camps. This tighter spiral is the key to his greatness and will make his ball more catchable and help his ball cut through the air, leading to faster times. Has all the tools and upside to compete with the best in his class. The fall and spring on his senior year will be very important for him, and I can’t wait to see him this fall and at VEGAS XXXV in January. Really impressive summer for Doughty. Keep a very close eye on him. 

 

 

O’Connor, Kyle (NH)

First off, he has a great frame and looks like a college tight-end. Strong Long Snapper with good starting form. Really powerful hands. Balance is good as he leans back really well. Need to see O’Connor work on eliminating his hitch to increase the overall speed of his ball. Right now, he winds up right when he starts the snapping motion and he definitely doesn’t need to do that since he is so big and strong. Almost uses all of his legs which is great. So much potential on O’Connor due to his size and overall strength…just need to see him use it all now as quickly as he can. 

 

Ruckert, Will (NY)

Will is a good athlete with a lot of upside to him. Would love to see his snapping motion become more fluid and smooth. Working on slow motion snaps and flexibility will be big for him in the future. He has the attitude and approach to where he will put the time in to make sure he gets it right. Have a ton of faith that he will show a vast amount of improvement at his next camp, and I can’t wait  to see his progression!  

 

Polay, Brendan (NY)

A big, strong Long Snapper who has a ton of potential and upside. Would like to see him work on his flexibility more, especially his hips and hamstrings, to allow him to get his upper body all the way through with his release. Continued work on his form will be key for him and I am excited to see his progress at the next Rubio Long Snapping camp!

 

 

ATLANTIC (Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Washington D.C., Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia)

Eimer, Bryce (NJ)

He is one of those Long Snappers that simply doesn’t have bad snap. You can watch him all day and all night and he simply doesn’t miss. Form is gorgeous and he snaps a really smooth ball. The bigger and stronger he gets, the more dominant he will be in college. Flat out stud of a Long Snapper.

 

 

 Foggia, Jake (NJ)

Extremely smooth Long Snapper that is one of the most accurate and consistent Long Snappers you will find in the country. As he continues to gain size and strength, he will become more and more ready for the college level. EXTREMELY hard working Long Snapper that is always improving. Foggia is going to be snapping very well at the next level and is going to be great pickup for a college coach.

 

 

Latore, TJ (NJ)

A very athletic and talented long snapper with great form and speed. He snaps his best when he gets fully set and follows all the way through; when he doesn’t do those two things the ball ends up low. When he takes his time and gets set and commits to finishing his snap, there is nobody he can’t compete with. Great personality and is very coachable.

 

Richards, Brandon (VA)

He has a tremendous attitude and is always improving. Starting form is excellent and his snapping motion is smooth and efficient. His eyes get through really well and his balance is great. Snaps well under pressure and hovers in the low .8s on a pretty consistent basis. The harder he snaps and the more confidence he snaps with, the better Richards will do. He is going to make his college coach really happy with his great attitude and coachability.

 

 

 McCauley, Declan (NJ)

Declan moves pretty darn well on his feet which is impressive because he is already looking like a college Long Snapper and he is only a sophomore. His snaps are one of the most catchable snaps of anyone in his class. For Declan, the biggest thing he needs to work on his simply to snap as absolutely hard as he possibly can. His form is excellent and he needs to trust it. The more Declan just lets the ball go, the faster his snaps will be and the more accurate they will be. It’s simple, Declan will be as good as he chooses to be and he could easily be great. Watch him. When it clicks, he could jump to five stars in no time.

 

 

Jordan, Grayson (VA)

First off, he has a great attitude and is a terrific listener. You tell Jordan something and just consider it absorbed. Moves well on his feet and can easily be a factor on the punt coverage team. Locking down his spiral will help ton to get the ball dying through the air a bit easier and make it easier to catch for the punter. Smooth Long Snapper that will is fully capable of snapping at the next level. Solid move up the rankings and I look forward to seeing him this fall and at VEGAS XXXV in January.

 

 

Peterson, Justin (VA)

He has a big body and is built well. Strong Long Snapper. Peterson snaps the ball with some good power and has the ability to explode back really well. Locking down his release point and always getting his eyes through will help a ton with accuracy. Great power that is able to be at the D1 level. Focusing on accuracy will push him into the D1 level on all accounts.

 

 

McCabe, Joe (PA)

He has really developed physically and has added a lot of muscle and mass. His ball is very powerful and quick back to the punter’s hands, with exceptional accuracy. When he does miss, it isn’t by much, however I would like to see him lock down that accuracy a bit more to where he never ever misses. When he does that he will be very competitive in his class and should show the capabilities of playing at the collegiate level.

 

Siragusa, Elio (NJ)

Elio is a strong, powerful snapper with a good build and athleticism for his size. His ball was accurate and quick all day, making it to one of the last standing in the speed competition. Huge upside for him and another strong performance at a fall camp and Vegas event will be huge for him to jump even more up the rankings!

 

Mason, Maxwell (VA)

His hands are very quick and the ball jumps out of the gate well. His starting form is solid and Maxwell is able to get some very solid pop from his lower half. Leaning back will increase his overall accuracy and not dragging the ball back will really put some more speed on the ball. Easy fixes for Maxwell and will pay off a ton in the fall and at VEGAS XXXV in January. I really liked his attitude. 

 

 

SOUTHEAST (Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Florida)

 

Albright, Will (TN)

Incredibly athletic Long Snapper that is beyond quick with his snapping motion and has zero wasted movement. You see him get set up and ready then, BOOM, the ball is back to the punter right in The Rubio Zone. Kid is a machine and is beyond consistent. The Vols got a great one in Albright. 

 

 

Zuhr, Jacob (FL)

Once again, Zuhr put on a show for the other Long Snappers and their families but just continuously hitting .65 during the speed competition. I actually stopped the competition at one point to have him just keep snapping perfect snap after snap. It is almost amazing to watch. He is an absolute no brainer for a spot on a college team. He can start right now, let alone in two years. ABSOLUTE NO BRAINER. Any college would be lucky to have him on their team.   

 

 

Kirkpatrick, John (TN)

Incredible athlete that can pass an eyeball test from a quarter mile away. Ball is very fast and powerful. There is no doubt he can snap at the next level. He is such an athlete that he might be able to play two positions. Kid is a workhorse and his college coach is going to love him. Just a flat out beast that is going to be a great college Long Snapper.

 

 

Cox, Colby (GA)

Great frame and he can pass for a college Long Snapper right now. Ball is extremely fast and powerful back to the punter. Smooth Long Snapper that reaches back to the punter really well. Moved really well on his feet at The TOP 12 Camp and snapped with excellent confidence. I absolutely love the direction he is headed and he can easily snap at the next level.  

 

 

 

Garfield, Colby (NC)

He has a very good frame and can pass an eyeball test quickly. Pure athlete that can easily be a factor on the punt coverage team. All around Long Snapper. He can rip the ball back to the punter and there is no doubt he will be able to snap the ball at the next level. Handles pressure really well. Snaps are smooth and on target. Garfield is great and could easily end up top ten in his class. Really impressive Long Snapper.  

 

 

McCracken, Zane (GA)

He was inches away from earning an All-American spot in July. Very athletic Long Snapper that just continues to improve with each passing month. Thickening up very well and can pass for a college Long Snapper right now. Strong and moves well on his feet. He has all the tools to do extremely well at the next level. Tremendous attitude.  

 

Triplett, Spencer (NC)

Massive human being that can pass an eyeball test from a football field away. Smooth Long Snapper that snaps a very catchable ball. Extremely strong Long Snapper. Ball is powerful and when he drives his elbows through, he can put a hole in the punter. Massive upside and Triplett is the type of Long Snapper (with the way he can snap and the way his body is) that can snap a ball for a very long time.

 

 

Long, William (GA)

He moves well on his feet and he can absolutely rip the ball back to the punter. When Will is on, his ball is like an absolute rocket back to the punter. His ball can dip into the .6s when he reaches all the way back. No doubt that Will can snap at the next level. College coaches need to keep a very close eye on Will this fall and at VEGAS XXXV in January. 

 

 

Reid, Grant (TN)

He has very good size, works his tail off and has one of the best attitudes in the country. Nothing stops this kid and his overall drive. Snaps are very smooth and powerful. Quick hands that allow the ball to jump out of the gate quickly. He was inches away from earning an All-American spot in July. Great Long Snapper and even better person.

 

 

Bowman, Jake (TN)

His consistency was solid throughout the summer. Strong and athletic Long Snapper. Absolutely love when he snaps as hard as he can easily snap at the next level. Very physically strong Long Snapper with a great body. Built really well and he can move like a pure athlete on his feet. His starting form is excellent and he is improving as quickly as anyone in the country. Drives his upper body through really well and I love when his eyes drive through like a champ. Easily headed towards snapping at the next level. Hard working Long Snapper that will make his college coach really happy.

 

 

 

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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 (9/26-9/28)

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)…

 

Thursday, September 26, 2019

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

 

Friday, September 27, 2019

Ben Wyatt (Duke) vs. Oscar Shadley (Virginia Tech)

Andrew Gonneville (San Jose State) vs. Conner Kirkegaard (Air Force)

Joe Calcagno & Austin Sullivan (Penn State vs. James Rosenberry (Maryland)

Riley John (Arizona State) vs. JJ Lindsay (California)

 

Saturday, September 28, 2019

Logan Klusman, Kolin Hayes & Luke Hosford (Kansas) vs. Donovan Cahill & Antonio Ortiz (TCU)

Central Michigan vs. Bryce Bouwens (Western Michigan)

Jeremiah Riordan & Evan Davis (Buffalo) vs. Evan Crabtree, Trent Kramer & Brendan Beattie (Miami OH)

Russ Hiett (Middle Tennessee) vs. Austin Spiewak (Iowa)

Dalton Riggs (BYU) vs. Toledo

Adam Guillemette (Holy Cross) vs. Syracuse

Jake Pagel, Michael Moldinado & Garrett Townsend (Texas A&M) vs. Jordan Silver (Arkansas)

Erik Abrell & Thomas Peterson (Northern Illinois) vs. Scott Meyer & Zach Drevno (Vanderbilt)

Billy Taylor & Donato Crisanti (Rutgers) vs. Camaron Cheeseman, Matt Baldeck & William Wagner (Michigan)

Hayden Hood & Luke Rizzo (Texas Tech) vs. Kasey Kelleher (Oklahoma)

Peter Snodgrass (Northwestern) vs. Peter Bowden (Wisconsin)

Skyler Korinek & Jacob Rubenstein (Delaware) vs. Brandon Hurst (Pittsburgh)

Steven Wirtel (Iowa State) vs. Thor Rodoni (Baylor)

Sean Wracher (Indiana) vs. Jude Pedrozo (Michigan State)

FAU vs. Jack Wellenhofer & Doug McLaughlin (Charlotte)

Michael Vojvodich (Minnesota) vs. Purdue

Jack Coco, Cade Long & Lucas Patelles (Georgia Tech) vs. Travis Malinowski & Ronald Gaines (Temple)

Noah Turner (Wake Forest) vs. Aidan Livingston (Boston College)

CJ Schrimpf (Coastal Carolina) vs. Reed Harper & Christian Johnstone (Appalachian State)

Enzo Anthony (Virginia) vs. Michael Vinson, John Shannon & Axel Raarup (Notre Dame)

Damon Johnson & Jac Casasante (USC) vs. AJ Carty (Washington)

Jack Propst (Ole Miss) vs. Thomas Fletcher & Gabe Pugh (Alabama)

Clemson vs. Drew Little (North Carolina)

Peyton Coffman (Akron) vs. Harry Blair (UMass)

Michael Poujol, Cole Voyles & Mark Fuchs (SMU) vs. Andrew Beardall (South Florida)

Towson vs. Brett Dioguardi & Marco Ortiz (Florida)

Zach Wood & Cayson Pfeiffer (Cincinnati) vs. Zach Appio & Matt Beardall (Marshall)

Charles DeRosier (Arkansas State) vs. Brennen Milliron, Cameron Kaye, Griffin Kaye & Hunter Hanstein (Troy)

Anthony Ratliff, Erik Lawson & Liam Crowley (East Carolina) vs. John Morton (Old Dominion)

Jared EnRico (New Mexico) vs. Andrew Johns (Liberty)

Louisiana vs. Ryan Langan, Logan Cox & Payton Dunagan (Georgia Southern)

Raymond Freeman (Mississippi State) vs. Clarke Smith (Auburn)

Reeves Blankenship & Kyle Conrad (Louisiana Tech) vs. Campbell Riddle (Rice)

Randen Plattner (Kansas State) vs. Matt Hembrough & Braedy Wilson (Oklahoma State)

Dominic Brocato (Nicholls) vs. Alex Lipps (Texas State)

Andrew Zink (South Alabama) vs. UL-Monroe

Jake Sammut (UTEP) vs. Seth Roberson & TJ Harvey (Southern Mississippi)

Connecticut vs. Evan Dvorchik (UCF)

Jacob Fuqua (UAB) vs. Mitchell Harralson (Western Kentucky)

Kyle Petrucci (Stanford) vs. Tommy Merickel & Dylan Black (Oregon State)

Ross Reiter (Colorado State) vs. Jess Vasquez (Utah State)

Jackson Quiggle & Joe Shimko (NC State) vs. Florida State

Liam McCullough, Bradley Robinson, Phillip Thomas & Roen McCullough (Ohio State) vs. Chase Urbach & Cameron Piper (Nebraska)

Kentucky vs. Matt Oliveira & Max Durschlag (South Carolina)

Patrick Williams (Fresno State) vs. Austin Reeves (New Mexico State)

Anthony Cantu & Nick Wildberger (Houston) vs. Nate Durham & Brandon Oldham (North Texas)

Rex Goossen & Walker Hardan (UNLV) vs. Jesse Hooper (Wyoming)

Simon Samarzich (Washington State) vs. Noah Rodriguez-Trammell & Keegan Markgraf (Utah)

Johnny Den Bleyker, Koby Walsh & Jack Landherr (UCLA) vs. Gage King & Erik Dickerson (Arizona)

Wyatt Tucker (Hawai’i) vs. Robert Hill, Karson Thomas & Austin Ortega (Nevada)

 

 

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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Meet the 2019 TOP 12 Members

Here are your 2019 TOP 12 members! These are the Long Snappers (in alphabetical order) that were absolutely dominant throughout the year. Enjoy!

Will Albright

State: Tennessee

Class: 2020

Height: 6’2″

Weight: 215lbs

 

 

 

Top 5 College Choices:

1. Tennessee

Hobbies: Golf, dove hunting and playing guitar

Favorite Movie: Empire Strikes Back

Favorite Food: Chicken Pot Pie

Favorite Motivational Quote: The wicked flee when nobody is chasing but only the Godly are bold as lions – Proverbs 28:1

What makes YOU the best Long Snapper in the Country?
Combination of athleticism, grit, determination, and snapping ability
What is one unique things about you that not everyone might know?
I have really fat fingers.

Nick Barcelos

State: California

Class: 2020

Height: 6’1″

Weight: 217lbs

GPA: 3.6

ACT/SAT: 28/1250

 

Top 5 College Choices:

1. Nevada

2. Oklahoma State

3. Air Force

4. Rice

5. Navy

Hobbies: Cars, beach and Art

Favorite Movie: The Longest Yard

Favorite Food: Lobster Mac & Cheese

Favorite Motivational Quote: “If you fail to prepare, you’re prepared to fail” ~Mark Spitz

What makes YOU the best Long Snapper in the Country?
My athleticism and the ability to be a part of downfield coverage, as well as my size and strength if snapping and blocking is needed.
What is one unique things about you that not everyone might know?
I’m empathetic and compassionate towards others and demonstrate integrity regardless of the situation.

Colby Cox

State: Georgia

Class: 2020

Height: 6’2

Weight: 225

GPA: 3.4

ACT/SAT: 22

 

Top 5 College Choices:

1. Alabama

2. South Carolina

3. Mississippi State

4. Georgia

5. LSU

Hobbies: Baseball & Football

Favorite Movie:  Grown Ups

Favorite Food: Pizza

Favorite Motivational Quote: “You miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take”

What makes YOU the best Long Snapper in the Country? I snap a hard and accurate ball, I won the Top 12 Camp, made it to the finals in January Vegas, I can cover and make tackles, I always have a smile on my face and laughing, and I always know I can beat the man next to me.

What is one unique things about you that not everyone might know?
I made all region for baseball batting .341 through 31 games.

Bryce Eimer

State: New Jersey

Class: 2020

Height: 5’11”

Weight: 205lbs

GPA: 90

ACT/SAT: 1110

 

Top 5 College Choices:

1. Toledo

2. Arkansas State

3. Pitt

4. UCF

5. Miss State

Hobbies: Training, Playing Sports, Swimming, listen to music, Go to the beach

Favorite Movie: The Wolf of Wall Street

Favorite Food: Chicken Parm over Spaghetti

Favorite Motivational Quote: “Nobody is gonna hit as hard as life, but it ain’t how hard you can hit. It’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward. That’s how winning is done.” – Rocky

What makes YOU the best Long Snapper in the Country?
I’ve shown on multiple occasions that I am one of if not the most consistent and accurate snappers who also throws one of the fastest balls in my class. I dominantly won Vegas 34 and had the fastest average at the camp. At January Vegas I was in the first group of snappers to earn a Top 12 invite. At Top 12, I believe I outperformed most of the snappers ahead of me and everyone behind. I can’t remember one bad snap throughout the entire weekend. I’ve dominated multiple college camps where I made it my mission to be the one to beat and left no doubt I was the best snapper there. Outside of snapping, on the field I have started at many positions such as LB, DE, DT, TE, HB, and have played on kickoff and kickoff return since my sophomore year at a dominant South Jersey high school program. When I’m in the game I play the game with more passion then anybody else on the field. There is no doubt I am one of the most athletic snappers in my class. All around I have shown in every avenue I am a TOP snapper in my class whether it’s mentality, speed, accuracy, or athleticism I’ve proved it all.
What is one unique things about you that not everyone might know?
One unique quality about myself is that I’m an amazing street hockey player. If street hockey was a college sport I’d be on FULL SCHOLARSHIP! I was asked to play for Team USA who recently traveled to Czech Republic and Switzerland but I’m a Long Snapper first.

JT Greep

State: California

Class: 2021

Height: 6’1

Weight: 215

GPA: 3.83

ACT/SAT: n/a

 

Top 5 College Choices:

1. UCLA

2. USC

3. Alabama

4. Penn State

5. Georgia

Hobbies: Fishing, hunting & hanging with friends

Favorite Movie:  Rudy

Favorite Food: Steak

Favorite Motivational Quote: “Winners train, losers complain”

What makes YOU the best Long Snapper in the Country? My speed on the ball with my accuracy.

What is one unique things about you that not everyone might know?
I didn’t know what a Long Snapper was until the eighth grade.

Kameron Hawkins

State: California

Class: 2020

Height: 5’11”

Weight: 225lbs

GPA: 3.6

ACT/SAT: Taking in October

 

Top 5 College Choices:

1. Committed to the University of Arizona

Hobbies: NASCAR, fishing and hunting

Favorite Movie: Avengers Endgame

Favorite Food: Sushi

Favorite Motivational Quote: “Don’t let your worst enemy lie between your two ears.”

What makes YOU the best Long Snapper in the Country?
I know what it take to be the best long snapper in the country. I always go above and beyond to achieve my goals. I always have an extreme amount of confidence in my snapping abilities.
What is one unique things about you that not everyone might know?
I can do the splits 🙂

Christo Kelly

State: Illinois

Class: 2020

Height: 6’3″

Weight: 275lbs

GPA: 93.3

ACT/SAT: 30

 

Top 5 College Choices:

1. Committed to Holy across as a OL and a LS
Hobbies: Bowling, Chess while people are playing Checkers, training and video games.

Favorite Movie: Trading Places

Favorite Food: Steak(medium rare plus) if you get well done then you’re a communist

Favorite Motivational Quote: “Greater good?’ I am your wife! I’m the greatest good you’re ever gonna get!”

What makes YOU the best Long Snapper in the Country?
I lay the boom on the defenders. I’m also the best blocker out of anyone.
What is one unique things about you that not everyone might know?
I listen to Christmas music year round and I can do the splits.

John Kirkpatrick

State: Tennessee

Class: 2020

Height: 6’2″

Weight: 220lbs

GPA: 3.1

ACT/SAT: Taking in September

 

Top 5 College Choices:

1. Ole Miss

2. Tennessee

3. LSU

4. Western Kentucky

5. Middle Tennessee

Hobbies: Outdoor activities

Favorite Movie: Real Steel

Favorite Food: Steak

Favorite Motivational Quote: “Life gets hard, wear a helmet”

What makes YOU the best Long Snapper in the Country?
I work harder than most, every day, to be my best.
What is one unique things about you that not everyone might know?
I work well with and regularly assist special needs students.

Cruz Rubio

State: California

Class: 2020

Height: 5’11”

Weight: 200lbs

GPA: 3.4

ACT/SAT: 23

 

Top 5 College Choices:

1. USC

2. Portland State

3. San Diego State

4. Montana State

5. Idaho State

Hobbies: Playing basketball and listening to music

Favorite Movie: You don’t mess with the Zohan

Favorite Food: Buffalo Wings

Favorite Motivational Quote: “Stand up for what you believe in, even if you are standing alone.”

What makes YOU the best Long Snapper in the Country?
My attitude / confidence
What is one unique things about you that not everyone might know?
I really enjoy making videos and photography

Gregory Tarr

State: Michigan

Class: 2020

Height: 6’1″

Weight: 195lbs

GPA: 3.7

ACT/SAT: 1200

Top 5 College Choices:

1. Michigan

Hobbies: Basketball, lifting and drama

Favorite Movie: Creed 1 & 2

Favorite Food: Pancakes

What makes YOU the best Long Snapper in the Country?
I have a good mix of technique and athleticism. I’m mentally tough but I can also take a step back and enjoy the situations I am put in. Also, I am always looking to get better.
What is one unique things about you that not everyone might know?
I am very sociable, I love to meet new people and form new relationships with them. To me the best thing you can do in your life is have a positive impact on other people’s lives.

Rocco Underwood

State: Florida

Class: 2021

Height: 6’3″

Weight: 205lbs

GPA: 3.9

ACT/SAT: 1050

 

Top 5 College Choices:

1. Alabama

2. Florida

3. Clemson

4. Georgia

5. UCF

Hobbies: Hanging with my family and friends, fishing, golfing, basketball, watching movies and doing the lawn.

Favorite Movie: Red Dawn

Favorite Food: Chicken Tenders

Favorite Motivational Quote: “Hard work beats talent, when talent doesn’t work hard.”

What makes YOU the best Long Snapper in the Country?
What makes me the best long snapper in the country is that, I don’t only have a very accurate and fast snap, I also am very athletic and quick and can down the field and cover. I also play TE at my high school!!
What is one unique things about you that not everyone might know?
I got the unsung hero award which is the award when you don’t get enough recognition for what you have done. Last year I played center and long snapped.

Jacob Zuhr

State: Florida

Class: 2020

Height: 6′

Weight: 205lbs

GPA: 3.7

ACT/SAT: 26/1220

Top 5 College Choices:

1. FSU

2. Florida

3. Wake Forest

Hobbies: Hanging with friends

Favorite Movie: The Benchwarmers

Favorite Food: Chicken Wings

Favorite Motivational Quote: “Failure will never overtake me if my determination to succeed is strong enough.”

What makes YOU the best Long Snapper in the Country?
My mentality and confidence with my ability makes me the best Long Snapper in the country.
What is one unique things about you that not everyone might know?
I work at a local restaurant in my town.

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Rubio Long Snappers in College Football Games (9/19-21)

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)…

 

Thursday, September 19

Anthony Cantu & Nick Wildberger (Houston) vs. Geron Eatherly & Ethan Hudak (Tulane)

 

Friday, September 20

Tommy Zozus (Florida International) vs. Reeves Blankenship & Kyle Conrad (Louisiana Tech)

Noah Rodriguez-Trammell & Keegan Markgraf (Utah) vs. Damon Johnson & Jac Casasante (USC)

Conner Kirkegaard (Air Force) vs.

Daniel Cantrell & Hunter Fridolfs (Boise State)

 

Saturday, September 21

Seth Roberson & TJ Harvey (Southern Mississippi) vs. Thomas Fletcher (Alabama)

Blake Ferguson & Quentin Skinner (LSU) vs. Scott Meyer & Zach Drevno (Vanderbilt)

Riley Lovingood & Jake Yelich (Tennessee) vs. Brett Dioguardi & Marco Ortiz (Florida)

Camaron Cheeseman, Matt Baldeck & William Wagner (Michigan) vs. Peter Bowden (Wisconsin)

JJ Lindsay (California) vs. Jack Propst (Ole Miss)

Georgia State vs. Bryce Bouwens (Western Michigan) vs. Syracuse

Carson Crisp (Elon) vs. Noah Turner (Wake Forest)

Aidan Livingston (Boston College vs. Billy Taylor & Donato Crisanti (Rutgers)

UL Monroe vs. Steven Wirtel (Iowa State)

Brian Keating & Kevin Cahill (UConn) vs. Sean Wracher & Levi McKinney (Indiana)

Jude Pedrozo (Michigan State) vs. Peter Snodgrass (Northwestern)

Zach Castano (Morgan State) vs. Paul Lawless, Kyle O’Connor, Patrick Szczesniak & Ryan Aguilar (Army)

CJ Schrimpf (Coastal Carolina vs. Harry Blair (UMass)

Brennen Milliron, Cameron Kaye, Griffin Kaye & Hunter Hanstein (Troy) vs. Peyton Coffman (Akron)

Central Connecticut vs. Drake Sutton (Eastern Michigan)

Evan Crabtree, Trent Kramer & Brendan Beattie (Miami OH) vs. Liam McCullough, Bradley Robinson, Phillip Thomas & Roen McCullough (Ohio State)

Clarke Smith (Auburn) vs. Jake Pagel, Michael Moldinado & Garrett Townsend (Texas A&M)

Evan Dvorchik (UCF) vs. Brandon Hurst (Pittsburgh)

AJ Carty (Washington) vs. Dalton Riggs (BYU)

Michael Poujol, Cole Voyles & Mark Fuchs (SMU) vs. Donovan Cahill & Antonio Ortiz (TCU)

Travis Malinowski & Ronald Gaines (Temple) vs. Jeremiah Riordan & Evan Davis (Buffalo)

Gabe Skrobot (Bowling Green) vs. Brad George (Kent State)

Jesse Hooper (Wyoming) vs. Adam Higuera (Tulsa)

 Andrew Zink (South Alabama) vs. Jacob Fuqua (UAB)

Brendan Lowery & Mitch Hall (Louisville) vs. Florida State

Reed Harper & Christian Johnstone (Appalachian State) vs. Drew Little (North Carolina)

Central Michigan vs. Clay James & Jacob Munoz (Miami)

Kentucky vs. Raymond Freeman (Mississippi State)

Matt Oliveira & Max Durschlag (South Carolina) vs. Drew Wise & James Workman (Missouri)

Jack Hadley (West Virginia) vs. Logan Klusman, Kolin Hayes & Luke Hosford (Kansas)

Austin Reeves (New Mexico State) vs. Jared EnRico (New Mexico)

Hampton vs. Andrew Johns (Liberty)

Sam Katz (William & Mary) vs. Anthony Ratliff, Erik Lawson & Liam Crowley (East Carolina)

Gunner Daniel (Wagner) vs. Florida Atlantic

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

John Morton (Old Dominion) vs. Enzo Anthony (Virginia)

Dan Heilbron (Southern Illinois) vs. Charles DeRosier (Arkansas State)

Georgia State vs. Alex Lipps (Texas State)

Thor Rodoni (Baylor) vs. Campbell Riddle (Rice)

Ball State vs. Jackson Quiggle & Joe Shimko (NC State)

Jack Wellenhofer & Doug McLaughlin (Charlotte) vs. Clemson

Matt Hembrough & Braedy Wilson (Oklahoma State) vs. Zach Edwards (Texas)

Andrew Gonneville (San Jose State) vs. Jordan Silver (Arkansas)

Grant Merka & Calen Cantrell (UTSA) vs. Nate Durham & Brandon Oldham (North Texas)

Michael Vinson, John Shannon & Axel Raarup (Notre Dame) vs. Steven Nixon (Georgia)

Robert Hill, Karson Thomas & Austin Ortega (Nevada) vs. Jake Sammut (UTEP)

Chase Urbach & Cameron Piper (Nebraska) vs. Ethan Tabel, Aidan Hall & Nolan Rossback (Illinois)

JT Bale & James Townsend (Colorado) vs. Riley John (Arizona State)

Ian Lauvai (Sacramento State) vs. Patrick Williams (Fresno State)

Toledo vs. Ross Reiter (Colorado State)

Johnny Den Bleyker, Koby Walsh & Jack Landherr (UCLA) vs. Simon Samarzich (Washington State)

Jess Vasquez (Utah State) vs. Turner Bernard (San Diego State)

Central Arkansas vs. Wyatt Tucker (Hawai’i)

 

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 (9/13-9/14)

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)…

 

Friday, September 13

Drew Little (North Carolina) vs. Noah Turner (Wake Forest)

Logan Klusman, Kolin Hayes & Luke Hosford (Kansas) vs. Aidan Livingston (Boston College)

Simon Samarzich (Washington State) vs. Anthony Cantu & Nick Wildberger (Houston)

 

Saturday, September 14

Charles DeRosier (Arkansas State) vs. Steven Nixon (Georgia)

Liam McCullough, Bradley Robinson, Phillip Thomas & Roen McCullough (Ohio State) vs. Sean Wracher (Indiana)

Brandon Hurst (Pittsburgh) vs. Joe Calcagno & Austin Sullivan (Penn State)

James Rosenberry (Maryland) vs. Travis Malinowski & Ronald Gaines (Temple)

Evan Crabtree, Trent Kramer & Brendan Beattie (Miami OH) vs. Zach Wood & Cayson Pfeiffer (Cincinnati)

Cody Olszewski & Trenton Boshers (Chattanooga) vs. Riley Lovingood & Jake Yelich (Tennessee)

Randen Plattner (Kansas State) vs. Raymond Freeman (Mississippi State)

Furman vs. Oscar Shadley (Virginia Tech)

Jackson Quiggle & Joe Shimko (NC State) vs. Jack Hadley (West Virginia)

Drake Sutton (Eastern Michigan) vs. Ethan Tabel, Aidan Hall & Nolan Rossback (Illinois)

The Citadel vs. Jack Coco, Cade Long & Lucas Patelles (Georgia Tech)

Conner Kirkegaard (Air Force) vs. JT Bale & James Townsend (Colorado)

Norfolk State vs. CJ Schrimpf (Coastal Carolina)

Jared EnRico (New Mexico) vs.  Michael Vinson, John Shannon & Axel Raarup (Notre Dame)

Peyton Coffman (Akron) vs. Central Michigan

Thomas Fletcher (Alabama) vs. Matt Oliveira & Max Durschlag (South Carolina)

Kyle Petrucci (Stanford) vs. Evan Dvorchik (UCF)

Damon Johnson & Jac Casasante (USC) vs. Dalton Riggs (BYU)

Anthony Ratliff, Erik Lawson & Liam Crowley (East Carolina) vs. Michael Pifer & Kyle Gibbs (Navy)

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

Paul Lawless, Kyle O’Connor, Patrick Szczesniak & Ryan Aguilar (Army) vs. Grant Merka & Calen Cantrell (UTSA)

Ryan Langan, Logan Cox & Payton Dunagan (Georgia Southern) vs. Michael Vojvodich (Minnesota)

Rex Goossen & Walker Hardan (UNLV) vs. Peter Snodgrass (Northwestern)

Matt Hembrough & Braedy Wilson (Oklahoma State) vs. Adam Higuera (Tulsa)

Riley John (Arizona State) vs. Jude Pedrozo (Michigan State)

Austin Spiewak (Iowa) vs. Steven Wirtel (Iowa State)

Jake Rotenberry (Southeastern Louisiana) vs. Jack Propst (Ole Miss)

Ross Reiter (Colorado State) vs. Jordan Silver (Arkansas)

Brendan Lowery & Mitch Hall (Louisville) vs. Mitchell Harralson (Western Kentucky)

Bethune-Cookman vs. Clay James & Jacob Munoz (Miami)

Zach Wallace (Idaho State) vs. Noah Rodriguez-Trammell & Keegan Markgraf (Utah)

Nate Durham & Brandon Oldham (North Texas) vs. JJ Lindsay (California)

Sawyer Sobelman (Cal Poly) vs. Tommy Merickel & Dylan Black (Oregon State)

Reeves Blankenship & Kyle Conrad (Louisiana Tech) vs. Gabe Skrobot (Bowling Green)

Cameron Lang (Idaho) vs. Jesse Hooper (Wyoming)

Jeremiah Riordan & Evan Davis (Buffalo) vs. Andrew Johns (Liberty)

South Carolina State vs. Andrew Beardall (South Florida)

Harry Blair (UMass) vs. Jack Wellenhofer & Doug McLaughlin (Charlotte)

Seth Roberson & TJ Harvey (Southern Mississippi) vs. Brennen Milliron, Cameron Kaye, Griffin Kaye & Hunter Hanstein (Troy)

Ohio vs. Zach Appio & Matt Beardall (Marshall)

Brad George (Kent State) vs. Clarke Smith (Auburn)

Brett Dioguardi & Marco Ortiz (Florida) vs. Kentucky

John Farris (Lamar) vs. Jake Pagel, Michael Moldinado & Garrett Townsend (Texas A&M)

New Hampshire vs. Tommy Zozus (Florida International)

Alex Lipps (Texas State) vs. Michael Poujol, Cole Voyles & Mark Fuchs (SMU)

Weber State vs. Robert Hill, Karson Thomas & Austin Ortega (Nevada)

Georgia State vs. Bryce Bouwens (Western Michigan)

Chandler Moody (Murray State) vs. Toledo

Ben Wyatt (Duke) vs. Russ Hiett (Middle Tennessee)

Evan Gibson (Northwestern State) vs. Blake Ferguson & Quentin Skinner (LSU)

Wyatt Tucker (Hawai’i) vs. AJ Carty (Washington)

Florida State vs. Enzo Anthony (Virginia)

Donovan Cahill & Antonio Ortiz (TCU) vs. Purdue

Camden Boyle (Southeast Missouri State) vs. Drew Wise & James Workman (Missouri)

Tyler Boudreaux (Texas Southern) vs. Louisiana

Kasey Kelleher (Oklahoma) vs. Johnny Den Bleyker, Koby Walsh & Jack Landherr (UCLA)

Zach Edwards (Texas) vs. Campbell Riddle (Rice)

Turner Bernard (San Diego State) vs. Austin Reeves (New Mexico State)

Missouri State vs. Geron Eatherly & Ethan Hudak (Tulane)

Erik Abrell & Thomas Peterson (Northern Illinois) vs. Chase Urbach & Cameron Piper (Nebraska)

Riley Shackleford (Portland State) vs. Daniel Cantrell & Hunter Fridolfs (Boise State)

Hayden Hood & Luke Rizzo (Texas Tech) vs. Gage King & Erik Dickerson (Arizona)

Matthew O’Donoghue (Montana) vs. Peyton Yanagi & Karsten Battles (Oregon)

 

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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ATTENTION Non Long Snappers: Want to Learn a New Skill?

This blog is not for Long Snappers, but for every other football position out there. Want to learn a new skill and help yourself in the world of recruiting?

For the first time, Rubio Long Snapping is offering INTRO SESSIONS to athletes that are NOT Long Snappers. With recruiting for all athletes getting so competitive, this is the perfect opportunity to pick up another trade and make yourself the person who can fill two spots on the bus. This Fall Rubio Long Snapping will be running camps all across the country just like we normally do, but now the morning instructional portion is open to any athlete who is interested in learning Long Snapping. Basically from 8:30am to 11:30am, we will break down the art of Long Snapping.

This is where you get top notch instruction from the best Long Snapping Company in the world! You will not be ranked or filmed during this session. For example, if you’re a five star tight end and you don’t want to be known as a three star Long Snapper, that’s fine.  I understand you don’t want any “bad” film or rankings out during your recruiting process.  However, having a separate skill can help you get recruited by more and more schools because you can fill two spots on the bus. Especially something as unique as Long Snapping.

I am calling on all Long Snappers to spread the word to other guys on your team!   Having Long Snapping as a skill set will make you more marketable during recruiting.  These sessions are just going to teach you the basics to get you going in the right direction.

So for all you Non Long Snappers hoping to maximize your recruiting potential, REGISTER HERE TODAY!

 

Check out the Video below for more info:

 

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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 (9/6-9/7)

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)….

 

Friday, September 6

Sam Katz (William & Mary) vs. Enzo Anthony (Virginia)

Noah Turner (Wake Forest) vs. Campbell Riddle (Rice)

Zach Appio & Matt Beardall (Marshall) vs. Daniel Cantrell & Hunter Fridolfs (Boise State)

Ian Lauvai (Sacramento State) vs.  Riley John (Arizona State)

 

Saturday, September 7

Ohio vs. Brandon Hurst (Pittsburgh)

Zach Wood & Cayson Pfeiffer (Cincinnati) vs. Liam McCullough, Bradley Robinson, Phillip Thomas & Roen McCullough (Ohio State)

Paul Lawless, Kyle O’Connor, Patrick Szczesniak & Ryan Aguilar (Army) vs. Camaron Cheeseman, Matt Baldeck & William Wagner (Michigan)

Billy Taylor & Donato Crisanti (Rutgers) vs. Austin Spiewak (Iowa)

Syracuse vs. James Rosenberry (Maryland)

John Morton (Old Dominion) vs. Oscar Shadley (Virginia Tech)

Jacob Fuqua (UAB) vs. Peyton Coffman (Akron)

Jacob Potter (Kennesaw State) vs. Brad George (Kent State)

Southern U vs. Preston Brady (Memphis)

Jack Hadley (West Virginia) vs. Drew Wise & James Workman (Missouri)

Ethan Ray (Southern Charleston) vs. Matt Oliveira & Max Durschlag (South Carolina)

Scott Meyer & Zach Drevno (Vanderbilt) vs. Purdue

Gabe Skrobot (Bowling Green) vs. Randen Plattner (Kansas State)

Charles McDonough (Western Carolina) vs. Jackson Quiggle & Joe Shimko (NC State)

Erik Abrell & Thomas Peterson (Northern Illinois) vs. Noah Rodriguez-Trammell & Keegan Markgraf (Utah)

Paul Williams (Fordham) vs. Ball State

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

Jarrett Key (Tennessee Tech) vs. Evan Crabtree, Trent Kramer & Brendan Beattie (Miami OH)

Jake Pagel, Michael Moldinado & Garrett Townsend (Texas A&M) vs. Clemson

Central Michigan vs. Peter Bowden (Wisconsin)

Chase Urbach & Cameron Piper (Nebraska) vs. JT Bale & James Townsend (Colorado)

Dan Heilbron (Southern Illinois) vs. Harry Blair (UMass)

Jack Wellenhofer & Doug McLaughlin (Charlotte) vs. Reed Harper & Christian Johnstone (Appalachian State)

Trevor Fleming (Grambling) vs. Reeves Blankenship & Kyle Conrad (Louisiana Tech)

Kevin Laughlin (Richmond) vs. Boston College

Ethan Tabel, Aidan Hall & Nolan Rossback (Illinois) vs. Brian Keating & Kevin Cahill (UConn)

Stephen Elmore (Eastern Illinois) vs. Sean Wracher (Indiana)

Seth Roberson & TJ Harvey (Southern Mississippi) vs. Raymond Freeman (Mississippi State)

Austin Reeves (New Mexico State) vs. Thomas Fletcher (Alabama)

Chandler Moody (Murray State) vs. Steven Nixon (Georgia)

Grant Merka & Calen Cantrell (UTSA) vs. Thor Rodoni (Baylor)

Hunter Varga (Western Illinois) vs. Ross Reiter (Colorado State)

Turner Bernard (San Diego State) vs. Johnny Den Bleyker, Koby Walsh & Jack Landherr (UCLA)

Steven Green (Northern Colorado) vs. Simon Samarzich (Washington State)

John Davis (North Carolina A&T) vs. Ben Wyatt (Duke)

Brandon Thoms (Gardner-Webb) vs. Anthony Ratliff, Erik Lawson & Liam Crowley (East Carolina)

Maine vs. Ryan Langan, Logan Cox & Payton Dunagan (Georgia Southern)

Dalton Godfrey (South Dakota) vs. Kasey Kelleher (Oklahoma)

Evan Dvorchik (UCF) vs. Florida Atlantic

Jackson State vs. Andrew Zink (South Alabama)

Jesse Hooper (Wyoming) vs. Alex Lipps (Texas State)

Mitchell Harralson (Western Kentucky) vs. Tommy Zozus (Florida International)

Thomas Newberg (Tennessee State) vs. Russ Hiett (Middle Tennessee)

Nate Durham & Brandon Oldham (North Texas) vs. Michael Poujol, Cole Voyles & Mark Fuchs (SMU)

Thomas Bowling (Eastern Kentucky) vs. Brendan Lowery & Mitch Hall (Louisville)

Dalton Riggs (BYU) vs. Riley Lovingood & Jake Yelich (Tennessee)

CJ Schrimpf (Coastal Carolina) vs. Logan Klusman, Kolin Hayes & Luke Hosford (Kansas)

Kyle Varnell (McNeese) vs. Matt Hembrough & Braedy Wilson (Oklahoma State)

Blake Ferguson & Quentin Skinner (LSU) vs. Zach Edwards (Texas)

Geron Eatherly & Ethan Hudak (Tulane) vs. Clarke Smith (Auburn)

Brock Powers (UT Martin) vs. Brett Dioguardi & Marco Ortiz (Florida)

Jeremiah Riordan & Evan Davis (Buffalo) vs. Joe Calcagno & Austin Sullivan (Penn State)

Robert Hill, Karson Thomas & Austin Ortega (Nevada) vs. Peyton Yanagi & Karsten Battles (Oregon)

Bryce Bouwens (Western Michigan) vs. Jude Pedrozo (Michigan State)

Drake Sutton (Eastern Michigan) vs. Kentucky

Jordan Silver (Arkansas) vs. Jack Propst (Ole Miss)

Carson Tebbetts (Stony Brook) vs. Jess Vasquez (Utah State)

Andrew Johns (Liberty) vs. Louisiana

Prairie View vs. Anthony Cantu & Nick Wildberger (Houston)

CLay James & Jacob Munoz (Miami) vs. Drew Little (North Carolina)

Jake Sammut (UTEP) vs. Hayden Hood & Luke Rizzo (Texas Tech)

Adam Higuera (Tulsa) vs. Andrew Gonneville (San Jose State)

Charles DeRosier (Arkansas State) vs. Rex Goossen & Walker Hardan (UNLV)

JJ Lindsay (California) vs. AJ Carty (Washington)

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

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

Justin Hathoot (Northern Arizona) vs. Gage King & Erik Dickerson (Arizona)

Tommy Merickel & Dylan Black (Oregon State) vs. Wyatt Tucker (Hawai’i)

 

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 (8/29-8/31)

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)….  

 

THURSDAY, AUGUST 29th

Johnny Den Bleyker, Koby Walsh & Jack Landherr (UCLA) vs. Zach Wood & Cayson Pfeiffer (Cincinnati)

Gunner Daniel (Wagner) vs. Brian Keating & Kevin Cahill (UConn)

Tristan Sokach-Minnick & Stephen Sokach-Minnick (Albany) vs. Central Michigan

Zach Castano (Morgan State) vs. Gabe Skrobot (Bowling Green)

Robert Morris vs. Jeremiah Riordan & Evan Davis (Buffalo)

Florida A&M vs. Evan Dvorchik (UCF)

Central Arkansas vs. Mitchell Harralson (Western Kentucky)

Brandon Thoms (Gardner-Webb) vs. Jack Wellenhofer & Doug McLaughlin (Charlotte)

Jack Coco, Cade Long & Lucas Patelles (Georgia Tech) vs. Clemson

Tommy Zozus (Florida International) vs. Geron Eatherly & Ethan Hudak (Tulane)

Luke Barnes (Alabama State) vs. Jacob Fuqua (UAB)

Alex Lipps (Texas State) vs. Jake Pagel, Michael Moldinado & Garrett Townsend (Texas A&M)

Bradley Sorenson (South Dakota State) vs. Michael Vojvodich (Minnesota)

 Brad George (Kent State) vs. Riley John (Arizona State)

Steven Green (Northern Colorado) vs. Andrew Gonneville (San Jose State)

Noah Rodriguez-Trammell & Keegan Markgraf (Utah) vs. Dalton Riggs (BYU)

 

FRIDAY, AUGUST 30th

Campbell Riddle (Rice) vs. Paul Lawless, Kyle O’Connor, Patrick Szczesniak & Ryan Aguilar (Army)

Adam Higuera (Tulsa) vs. Jude Pedrozo (Michigan State)

Peter Bowden (Wisconsin) vs. Andrew Beardall (South Florida)

Harry Blair (UMass) vs. Billy Taylor & Donato Crisanti (Rutgers)

Jess Vasquez (Utah State) vs. Noah Turner (Wake Forest)

Purdue vs. Robert Hill, Karson Thomas & Austin Ortega (Nevada)

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

Matt Hembrough & Braedy Wilson (Oklahoma State) vs. Tommy Merickel & Dylan Black (Oregon State)

 

SATURDAY, AUGUST 31st

Florida Atlantic vs. Liam McCullough, Bradley Robinson, Phillip Thomas & Roen McCullough (Ohio State)

Northern Iowa vs. Steven Wirtel (Iowa State)

Andrew Zink (South Alabama) vs. Chase Urbach & Cameron Piper (Nebraska)

Peyton Coffman (Akron) vs. Ethan Tabel, Aidan Hall & Nolan Rossback (Illinois)

Sean Wracher (Indiana) vs. Ball State

Howard vs. James Rosenberry (Maryland)

Indiana State vs. Logan Klusman, Kolin Hayes & Luke Hosford (Kansas)

Jack Propst (Ole Miss) vs. Preston Brady (Memphis)

Raymond Freeman (Mississippi State) vs.  Louisiana

Anthony Ratliff, Erik Lawson & Liam Crowley (East Carolina) vs. Jackson Quiggle & Joe Shimko (NC State)

Kyle Davis (James Madison) vs. Jack Hadley (West Virginia)

Cody Clements & James Durr (Eastern Washington) vs. AJ Carty (Washington)

Hayden Snyder (Bucknell) vs. Travis Malinowski & Ronald Gaines (Temple)

Ben Wyatt (Duke) vs. Thomas Fletcher (Alabama)

Alex Boatman (Idaho) vs. Joe Calcagno & Austin Sullivan (Penn State)

Quinn Stephenson (Colgate) vs. Conner Kirkegaard (Air Force)

Adam Guillemette (Holy Cross) vs. Michael Pifer & Kyle Gibbs (Navy)

Drake Sutton (Eastern Michigan) vs. CJ Schrimpf (Coastal Carolina)

Matt Oliveira & Max Durschlag (South Carolina) vs. Drew Little (North Carolina)

Georgia State vs. Riley Lovingood & Jake Yelich (Tennessee)

Chandler Mullins (East Tennessee State) vs. Reed Harper & Christian Johnstone (Appalachian State)

Peter Snodgrass (Northwestern) vs. Kyle Petrucci (Stanford)

Riley Shackleford (Portland State) vs. Jordan Silver (Arkansas)

Logan MacDonald (Montana State) vs. Hayden Hood & Luke Rizzo (Texas Tech)

Oscar Shadley (Virginia Tech) vs. Boston College

Syracuse vs. Andrew Johns (Liberty)

Sam Houston State vs. Jared EnRico (New Mexico)

Incarnate Word vs. Grant Merka & Calen Cantrell (UTSA)

Campbell vs. Brennen Milliron, Cameron Kaye, Griffin Kaye & Hunter Hanstein (Troy)

John Aloma (UC Davis) vs.  JJ Lindsay (California)

VMI vs. Zach Appio & Matt Beardall (Marshall)

Norfolk State vs. John Morton (Old Dominion)

Alcorn State vs. Seth Roberson & TJ Harvey (Southern Mississippi)

Paul Monaco (Illinois State) vs. Erik Abrell & Thomas Peterson (Northern Illinois)

Kent Vines (Monmouth) vs. Bryce Bouwens (Western Michigan)

Michael Poujol, Cole Voyles & Mark Fuchs (SMU) vs. Charles DeRosier (Arkansas State)

Daniel Cantrell & Hunter Fridolfs (Boise State) vs. Florida State

Dominic Brocato (Nicholls) vs. Randen Plattner (Kansas State)

Brayden Chandler & Joshua Smetzer (Stephen F. Austin) vs. Thor Rodoni (Baylor)

Steven Nixon (Georgia) vs. Scott Meyer & Zach Drevno (Vanderbilt)

Ryan Langan, Logan Cox & Payton Dunagan (Georgia Southern) vs. Blake Ferguson & Quentin Skinner (LSU)

Russ Hiett (Middle Tennessee) vs. Camaron Cheeseman, Matt Baldeck & William Wagner (Michigan)

Peyton Yanagi & Karsten Battles (Oregon) vs. Clarke Smith (Auburn)

Evan Crabtree, Trent Kramer & Brendan Beattie (Miami OH) vs. Austin Spiewak (Iowa)

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

Dustin Inness (Abilene Christian) vs. Nate Durham & Brandon Oldham (North Texas)

Enzo Anthony (Virginia) vs. Brandon Hurst (Pittsburgh)

Reeves Blankenship & Kyle Conrad (Louisiana Tech) vs. Zach Edwards (Texas)

Houston Baptist vs. Jake Sammut (UTEP)

Arkansas-Pine Bluff vs. Donovan Cahill & Antonio Ortiz (TCU)

Trevor Fleming (Grambling) vs. UL Monroe

Austin Reeves (New Mexico State) vs. Simon Samarzich (Washington State)

Luke Elmore (Southern Utah) vs. Rex Goossen & Walker Hardan (UNLV)

Patrick Williams (Fresno State) vs. Damon Johnson & Jac Casasante (USC)

 

 

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 Named on the Patrick Mannelly Award Watchlist!

The Patrick Mannelly Award is a new vehicle through which football’s unsung workhorses can finally bask in the warm glow of appreciation. Now we can all celebrate the best Long Snappers in college football. And in doing so, we all can honor the Long Snapper in all of us.

Congratulations to the FIFTEEN Rubio Long Snappers who made the watchlist (25 total)! ‪This award is presented to the top FBS Senior Long Snapper on December 14th in Illinois.‬

Below are the Rubio Long Snappers that have been named on the 2019 Watchlist!

IMPORTANT UPCOMING AWARD DATES:

Monday, November 16: Semi-Finalists Announced

Monday, November 23: Finalists Announced

Saturday, December 14: Trophy Presentation (Location TBA)

FOR ALL INFORMATION GO TO https://patrickmannellyaward.com/

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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 Northern California Summer Camp (7/28/2019)

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to the Danville, CA on July 28th, 2019 for its Summer camp. Rubio Long Snapping spent some of June and all of July traveling around the country with stops in CA, NC, NJ, Northern CA, TX, IL & GA.

LEFT TO RIGHT: Camp Champion, Jacob Schrier (CA, ’21), Neal Dahlman, Senior Instructor and the Speed Champion, Davis Salom (CA, ’20).

Long Snappers from CA, ID, NV, TX & WA 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 Jacob Schrier (CA, ’21).

The overall speed champion was Davis Salom (CA, ’20).

To see all of the YouTube videos from the NorCal Camp, please go HERE

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 NorCal Camp…..

LAST, FIRSTRSICLASS
Anderson, Erik                     –   2023 – 2025
Bonetti, Gabe              7.38 2021
Cherry, Jamaal                     –   2021
Feldermann, Jamie           18.75 2021
Hastings, Grant              3.97 2023 – 2025
Ivens, Micah                     –   2021
Lacey, Noah              3.13 2022
Ling, Han                     –   2023 – 2025
Michael, Sam                     –   2020
Misquez, Andrew           20.45 2021
Moragne, Will           16.13 2020
Parker, Levi              3.16 2020
Rodriguez, Angel              3.70 2020
Ryan, Hunter                     –   2022
Salom, Davis           13.92 2020
Schrier, Jacob           21.79 2021
Selph, Braeden              7.23 2023 – 2025
Wells, Joe           16.30 2021
Ziemer, Jack              6.19 2021
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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 GA Summer Camp (7/28/2019)

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to the College Park, GA on July 28th, 2019 for its Summer camp. Rubio Long Snapping spent some of June and all of July traveling around the country with stops in CA, NC, NJ, Northern CA, TX, IL & GA.

LEFT TO RIGHT: Camp Champion, Will Boatner (GA, ’21), Chris Rubio, and the Speed Champion, Michael Wright (GA, ’20).

Long Snappers from AL, FL, GA, LA, MA, MS, MT, NC, NJ, NY, SC, TN & VA 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 Will Boatner (GA, ’21).

The overall speed champion was Michael Wright (GA, ’20).

To see all of the YouTube videos from the Georgia Camp, please go HERE

You can see the full finals video below….

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 Georgia Camp…..

LAST, FIRSTRSICLASS
Able, Connor           21.62 2021
Boatner, Will           30.14 2021
Brass, Reid           14.63 2021
Butler, Brody           44.78 2020
Caspersen, Holden           21.52 2021
Coblentz, Mark                     –   2021
Cooper, Cole                     –   2023 – 2025
Cornett, JT           14.47 2021
Doughty, Sam              7.06 2020
Dubose, Michael           18.42 2020
Echols, Xander           14.67 2021
Embrey, Karsen           18.67 2022
Fitzmeyer, Michael                     –   2022
Garrison, Carson           14.81 2021
Gragg, Lee              3.49 2020
Gresham, Mack           21.43 2021
Guest, Destin              3.00 2023 – 2025
Hayes, Will                     –   2023 – 2025
Haynes, Peter           17.24 2020
Hogan, Peyton           14.29 2020
Knotts, Jackson           13.79 2021
Long, Will           29.27 2020
Mahaffy, Andrew           25.30 2022
Manis, Ryan           27.59 2022
Martin, Drew                     –   2020
Mason, Maxwell                     –   2020
Matulich, Carter                     –   2021
McCammon, Caid           12.90 2020
McCracken, Zane           25.93 2020
McCusker, Ethan              3.00 2023 – 2025
McHenry, Connor           10.59 2021
Meyers, John Paul           18.07 2021
Miller, Joe           46.05 2022
Mohamed, Crosby              3.00 2022
Nance, Cruise              3.45 2023 – 2025
Nance, Thomas           17.86 2021
Naylor, Peyton           13.04 2023 – 2025
Oquist, Chip           16.85 2022
Parker, Max              6.74 2021
Posey, Hudson           22.22 2021
Prieto, Drew           27.27 2023 – 2025
Putnam, Jake              6.74 2021
Ridderhoff, Connor              3.53 2022
Rigsby, Hayden           13.48 2022
Roman, Nicholas              9.68 2023 – 2025
Ross, Hayden                     –   2023 – 2025
Rountree, Grant              9.89 2023 – 2025
Scheuerman, Trent           14.67 2022
Sheets, Jake           10.23 2020
Shottenkirk, Kaleb              9.47 2020
Smith, Kolbe                     –   2021
Swiger, Thomas Karson              9.68 2020
Tapscott, Will           10.71 2023 – 2025
Temple, Garren           29.67 2021
Tomberlin, Bridger           10.47 2021
Travelstead, Hayden              3.09 2023 – 2025
Waldrop, Hunter              3.03 2020
Waldrop, Parker              6.12 2023 – 2025
Walker, Will              3.57 2021
Washburn, Jonathan           22.54 2021
Welsh, Riley           32.14 2020
Westfelt, Collin           26.32 2020
Wilson, Garret              3.57 2021
Wood, Ashton                     –   2022
Wright, Michael           26.03 2020
Yoo, Aaron                     –   2022
Young, Ryan           11.25 2021
Zarut, Jonathan                     –   2023 – 2025
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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 NC Summer camp (7/27/2019)

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to the Cornelius, NC on July 27th, 2019 for its Summer camp. Rubio Long Snapping spent some of June and all of July traveling around the country with stops in CA, NC, NJ, Northern CA, TX, IL & GA.

LEFT TO RIGHT: Colby Garfield (NC,’20), Speed Champion, Chris Rubio and JT Cornett (GA,’21), Overall Camp Champion

Long Snappers from GA, KY, LA, MT, NC, NJ, SC, TN & VA 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 JT Cornett (GA, ’21).

The overall speed champion was Colby Garfield (NC, ’20).

To see all of the YouTube videos from the North Carolina Camp, please go HERE

You can see the full finals video below….

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 North Carolina Camp…..

LAST, FIRSTRSICLASS
Allen, Jake                     –   2023 – 2025
Barlow, Griff           17.24 2021
Byrne, Luke           15.96 2020
Cornett, JT           26.67 2021
Cowan, Zachary           11.11 2022
Cross, colby              6.45 2023 – 2025
DeBerardino, Anthony              7.69 2020
Dunn, Owen              6.32 2022
Foggia, Jake           40.91 2020
Garfield, Colby           36.36 2021
Hensley, Kameron                     –   2020
Jones, Stewart           22.67 2022
Jordan, Grayson              7.06 2022
Kregel, Andrew              3.70 2020
Lucas, Andrew                     –   2019 – JC
Manis, Ryan           11.11 2021
McCoy, Will              3.57 2022
McLaughlin, Everett            13.79 2021
Meddings, Carson              6.25 2021
Miller, Will           13.79 2020
Nicholson, Zack                     –   2022
Payne, Ethan              3.00 2020
Ramey, Hunter                     –   2020
Rasmussen, Cole           18.07 2020
Richards, Brandon           19.57 2020
Roy, Slade              3.80 2020
Ruddy, Bryson           22.34 2020
Sanders, Bailey              6.45 2023 – 2025
Scott, Hayden              3.00 2023 – 2025
Seets, Colin              6.32 2022
Taikina, Joseph              6.67 2023 – 2025
Taylor, Brycen              3.00 2021
Triplett, Spencer           37.84 2020
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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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