Charlotte Spring Camp Recap (3/7/2020)

Road to VEGAS XXXVI continues for Rubio Long Snapping!

We stopped in CHARLOTTE on Sunday, March 7th, 2020. The camp was loaded with talent.  Rubio Long Snapping will be traveling all over the country with stops in Los Angeles, Charlotte, Atlanta, Seattle, San Francisco, Dallas, Chicago and Boston.  Of course, each Spring camp lays the path to complete the road to VEGAS XXXVI (May 9th & 10th)! For the first time ever, the Polynesian Bowl All-Star Long Snappers will be selected at this Vegas Event! ‬Thanks to our partnership with The Polynesian Bowl, Long Snappers from all over the world will have the chance to play in Hawaii ! ‬

Long Snappers from FL, GA, MA, MI, NC, NJ, OH, PA, SC, TN & VA  all traveled to Olympic High School in Charlotte, NC to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping. The camp had a massive turnout and we had great weather!

The Speed Champion was Ryan Manis (NC, 2022)

Overall Champion was Ben Wheless (NC, 2021)

 

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

CLASS OF 2020 & 2021

CLASS OF 2022

CLASS OF 2023

 

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 Charlotte Spring Camp…..

 

LAST, FIRST RSI CLASS
Allen, Jake            22.34 2023
Anderson, Ben            17.24 2022
Ball, Cale            15.31 2024 – 2026
Bogle, Joe               3.16 2024 – 2026
Bowling, Ethan               3.41 2021
Brannock, Aaron            11.54 2021
Brown, Mylin                      –   2021
Bumgarner, Mabry                      –   2023
Burdette, Batton                      –   2022
Burt, Gannon            34.09 2023
Bushey, Ryan            36.14 2021
Byrne, Luke                      –   2021
Champagne, Zachary            30.88 2022
Clegg, Logan               9.57 2021
Cooper, Brandon            18.42 2020 – JC
DeBerardino, Anthony            30.43 2021
DeVore, Anderson                      –   2024 – 2026
DiLiegro, Thomas                      –   2023
Donovan, Michael            18.57 2021
Dubuc, Trey                      –   2023
Fecteau, Aidan               3.33 2021
Fischer, Troy                      –   2022
Fitzmeyer, Michael            24.42 2022
Geese, Dylan                      –   2021
Gladden, Tyler                      –   2024 – 2026
Harris, Jack            15.00 2024 – 2026
Hoden, Parker                      –   2021
Hofmann, Caleb            26.97 2021
Keaton, Carson                      –   2021
Kendall, Tate                      –   2023
Lee, Thomas            10.59 2021
Lewis, Cole                      –   2022
Manis, Ryan            29.87 2022
Mann, Jake                      –   2022
McLaughlin, Alex            18.67 2021
McLaughlin, Everett                      –   2021
Meddings, Carson            15.96 2022
Merchant, Nathan               3.85 2022
Miller, Ian               3.37 2022
Mills, Grant               9.09 2024 – 2026
Mitchell, Landon                      –   2022
Monday, Cameron                      –   2022
Moser, Caleb               3.23 2023
O’Brien, Dominic                      –   2021
Overton, Brock               3.00 2023
Prieto, Drew            10.71 2023
Pudleiner, Andrew               6.90 2021
Reece, Tucker               3.75 2023
Roy, Slade            38.89 2021
Ruddy, Bryson            12.90 2022
Sanders, Bailey               6.06 2024 – 2026
Seekford, David            13.64 2023
Sharpe, Weston            14.46 2023
Shuran, Alexander            25.93 2024 – 2026
Sokach-Minnick, Blaise            17.24 2022
Stanphill, David               7.32 2023
Swinehart, Caleb            21.95 2022
Tinsley, Jamie            23.60 2021
Tootle, Parker            13.92 2022
Triplett, Spencer            26.32 2020 – JC
Turner, Austin            30.88 2021
Watkins, Samuel            22.22 2021
Wheless, Ben            34.21 2021
Wilderson, Nicholas                      –   2023
Willis, Toby            10.47 2022
Wilson, Jamie            11.25 2021
Young, Ryan                      –   2021

 

 

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