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

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

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th

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

Boston College vs. Noah Turner (Wake Forest)

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

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th

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

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

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th

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

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

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

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

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

Rhode Island vs. Brian Keating (UConn) 

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

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

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

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

Bryson Haft (Ball State) vs. Indiana

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

Chandler Moody (Murray State) vs. Kentucky

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Matt Foley (BYU) vs. Wisconsin

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

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

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

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

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

Lehigh vs. Michael Pifer & Kyle Gibbs (Navy)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Jake Hale (Ohio) vs. Virginia

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

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

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

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

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

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

Texas State vs. Andrew Zink (South Alabama)

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

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

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

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

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

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

Northern Iowa vs. Austin Spiewak (Iowa)

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

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

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

UL Monroe vs. Jake Pagel (Texas A&M)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Ross Hinders (North Dakota) vs. SAMHOU

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

Kent Vines (Monmouth) vs. Lafayette

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

Prairie View vs. Nathan Guzman (UNLV)

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

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

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

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

Marist vs. Jordan Laube & James Picerelli (Bryant)

Jarrett Giacchino (Austin Peay) vs. Morehead State

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

Andrew Toothman (Abilene Christian) vs. Houston Baptist

Southern Utah vs. Donald Reiter (Arizona) 

Tyler Boudreaux (Texas Southern) vs. Alcorn State

 Towson vs. Kevin Crabtree (Villanova)

Evan Gibson (Northwestern State) vs. Lamar

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

Dalton Godfrey (South Dakota) vs. Weber

 

POSTPONED MATCHUPS

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

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

Marshall Simmons (Elon) vs. William & Mary

CANCELED MATCHUPS

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

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

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

Thomas Newberg (Tennessee State University) vs. Hampton

 

 

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

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

 

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

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

In just 14 years, Chris Rubio, President and Owner of Rubio Long Snapping, has become the #1 Long Snapping instructor in the country and the go-to man when a college coach needs a Long Snapper. Colleges from across the country rely on “Rubio’s” word day in and day out on who the best Long Snappers are in the country. Rubio Long Snapping has assisted in over 1,000 Long Snappers earning full scholarships and preferred walk-on opportunities to major colleges and universities just for Long Snapping and many into the NFL as well.

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

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

 

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th

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

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th

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

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th

Jared EnRico (New Mexico) vs. Wisconsin 

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

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

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

Towson vs. Noah Turner (Wake Forest)

Kevin Crabtree (Villanova) vs. Lehigh

Tristan Sokach-Minnick (Albany) vs. Rhode Island

Carson Todd (James Madison University) vs. Norfolk State

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

William & Mary vs. Oscar Shadley (Virginia Tech)

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

Conner Kirkegaard (Air Force) vs. Florida Atlantic

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

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

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

Hampton vs. Kent Vines (Monmouth)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Jake Hale (Ohio) vs. Virginia

Morgan State vs. Peyton Coffman (Akron)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

South Carolina State vs. Evan Dvorchik (UCF)

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

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

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

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

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

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

Southeastern Louisiana vs. Blake Ferguson (LSU)

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

Southern vs. Reeves Blankenship (Louisiana Tech)

UL Monroe vs. Austin Keel (Southern Mississippi)

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

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

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

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

Tyler Boudreaux (Texas Southern) vs. Texas State

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

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

Dayton vs. Camden Boyle (Southeast Missouri State)

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

Alabama State vs. Clarke Smith (Auburn)

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

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

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

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

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

Maine vs. Ben Reeder (Western Kentucky)

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

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

Incarnate Word vs. Nate Durham (North Texas)

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

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

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

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

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

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

Northern Colorado vs. Dalton Godfrey (South Dakota) 

Southern Utah vs. Connor Kelsey (Oregon State)

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

Jared Nash (UTC) vs. Citadel

Jacksonville vs. Steven Nixon & Philip Hatcher (Mercer)

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

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

Montana State vs. Bradley Sorenson (South Dakota State) 

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

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

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

Jackson State vs. Thomas Newberg (Tennessee State University)

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

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

Furman vs. Marshall Simmons (Elon)

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

Harrison Hoffman (San Jose State) vs. Washington State

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

San Diego vs. John Aloma (UC Davis)

 

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

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

 

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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 AZ Spring Camp (3/25/18)

Rubio Long Snapping Sr. Instructor Casey Hales traveled to AZ on March 25th, 2018 to lead the highly anticipated Spring Regional Camp.

Rubio Long Snapping will continue traveling the country this spring Instructing Long Snappers and getting them all ready for their season and beyond. Following AZ, Rubio Long Snapping will head to IL on 04/07, then GA & TX leading up to the Super Bowl for Long Snappers, VEGAS XXXII on May 12th-13th, 2018.

Long Snappers from AZ, TX, CO, CA, KS,  & IL all traveled to his camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of Long Snapping.

Here are the RSI Scores from the AZ Camp…

Looking at the days results, I was most impressed by the steady progression of this group. From where we started in the morning session, to where we ended in Camp Finals, it is evident that every Rubio Long Snapper achieved new personal bests or found new techniques that will play a key role in their development moving forward.

This Group of Rubio Long Snappers rose to the occasion all snapping their best at the end of the day.

Camp Champion Dustin Inness and Instructor Casey Hales

The Overall Camp Champion was Dustin Inness (accuracy) and Ryan Jurcak (Speed). Dustin seemed to have this sort of quiet confidence all day with a slight smirk that never left his face. Keys to his success – terrific attitude, he paced himself well not snapping too many balls before competition, and most definitely built momentum throughout the day and snapped better and better as the pressure mounted crushing RSI testing and receiving a 2 seed in the Finalists Bracket. Ryan Jurcak snapped like a man possed to do one thing, snap the ball as hard as possible. Very raw talent here with a little form work will be on his way to great things.

The Speed competition late in the day had the more .75 snaps than the entire day combined.

Jurcak, Hudak, and DeRosier who were all dipping down into the .68-.72 range consistently.

Far an above the most fun and competitive group I have see in a while. Additional standouts include Bryce Felt, Dustin Inness, Declan Capposola and Joe Kelly.

Live Snapping Champions – Hudak, and DeRosier stole the show with their consistency in live punt and pat drills. Both looked like machines, snapping pearl after pearl without loosing focus.

A couple of key take aways from our film session, remember “don’t think about the distance.” Remind yourself first of the form and technique that will be your guide to harnessing your full power. Flexibility was a huge theme today.

Athletes who demonstrated exceptional  footwork and speed down field: Jurcak, Headberg, Joe Kelly, and Trevor Heid,

Ryan Jurcaz

Class of 2018

Ryan Jurcaz- Ryan showed true strength an raw ability to snap the ball well under .75, to .70. Ryan dominated the speed competition and if he starts to lock down his spiral…watch out! He is someone I would want to watch. Quick on his feet and fast downfield. He has a D1 Frame now and is close to being great. Need to focus on balance and tighten up release point to achieve his full power. If you start and finish with your weight back, and can fall back on heels he will only improve accuracy and speed.

Charles DeRosier – Flat out showed up today! Great all around performance. Easily one of the top snappers at the camp. Had one of the Top RSI Scores with 22.37. When you get set, it is is glorious.  Reminder Be confident every time. Snap it as hard as he can everytime. Big things ahead for DeRosier.

Class of 2019

Ethan Hudak

Ethan Hudak – One of the top snappers of the day! Form is air tight. Really like how quick his hands are and how he uses his low center of gravity to unlock more power. Hudak has a good athletic build, and size. Highest RSI Total with a score of 46.58

Dustin Inness – Well rounded snapper with above average athleticism. Really came into his own late in the day and surged to the top of the accuracy and speed competitions.

Nathan Headberg – Made a huge jump in overall RSI testing with 25.61 finishing in the Top 6 and finished in the Finals again Inness and took 2nd Place Overall in Target Competition.

Class of 2020

Bryce Felt

Bryce Felt: Smooth form and lighting quick hands helped this Rubio Snapper Consistently dip into the .75 range throughout the day, Bryce owned accuracy drills and live snapping like a Champion. Continue to remind yourself to get set and trust yourself with your speed and power. The sky is the limit for this one

AJ Laux – Big Frame – Get Set, stay square after the snap (don’t look back at your snap!!! and you will be better every time you snap moving forward

Mitch Carmer – Stood out to me with his quick hands and tight spiral. When he is compact with his arms diving through he dominates.

NOTABLES: Trevor Heid and Dominic Duggan

Class of 2021

Declan Cappasola

Declan Cappasola – Beautiful spiral and excellent form for this maturing young snapper. Cappasola really dominated speed drills and competition finishing in the .75 group finalists. He continued to turn heads as his confidence grew throughout the day. Big key for him, get set and really dive through to tap into your top speed overtime.

Grant Sands – Explosive Long Snapper with a long frame. Excellent spiral and power. Avoid hoping and work on sliding more balanced with a hard pop slide and leg lock out.

Will Mastler – Top of my list for Most Improved during the Rubio Long Snapping Spring AZ Camp. One of the most determined, coachable, and confident young snappers in the class of 2021.

Top RSI Scores:

  1. Ethan Hudak 46.58
  2. Dustin Inness 33.33
  3. Ryan Jurcak 30.14
  4. Winden Trimble
  5. Nathan Headberg
  6. Charles DeRosier 22.37
    1. Next closest score *Bryce Felt with 22.22

Very impressed with this groups overall skill level and work ethic.

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

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

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

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Recap of the IL Spring Camp (4/23/17)

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to IL on April 23, 2017 for their Spring camp. Rubio Long Snapping will be traveling the country this spring instructing Long Snappers and getting them all ready for the 2nd biggest event of the year (the largest is our January Vegas Event), VEGAS 30!

Speed Champion, Roen McCullough and Overall Champion, James Rosenberry!

The next stop for Rubio Long Snapping will be Georgia on April 30th. The Georgia Camp will wrap up the Spring regional camp schedule and lead right in to Vegas 30 on May 13-14. 

This was the seventh Rubio Long Snapping regional camp that featured the RSI Testing to track a Long Snappers progress throughout the year and it was an overwhelming success. You can find out more about this new format HERE and the RSI’s from this actual camp are already posted HERE

Long Snappers from IL, IN, MO, MN, OH, IA, UT, MI, NC, SC, WI, NV, SD, and KY all traveled to this camp to get the best instruction and exposure in the world of long snapping. 

The overall camp champion was was James Rosenberry (OH, ’18). Rosenberry is a very consistent Long Snapper that can hit in the high .6s and low .7s. Ball is smooth, crisp and very accurate. He handles pressure well and left no doubt he is one of the top Long Snappers in the country. His victory earned him a free admission to VEGAS 30 on May 13-14!

You can see the finals between Matt Hembrough, Nate Durham, Shiloh Mast, James Rosenberry, Aidan Hall and Joe Halderon below…

TOP 2017 LONG SNAPPERS

Matt Hembrough

Matt Hembrough was the best 2017 Long Snapper in attendance. He was absolutely ripping the ball back to the punter and his body is starting to thicken up. Oklahoma State got a good one in Hembrough as he is definitely looking ready for the college level at this point.

Nate Durham was smooth, consistent and showed great accuracy throughout the day in IL. Frame is solid and he has great form. Absolutely love to watch Nate snap when he is putting full power on the ball.

Dylan Castro is beyond smooth and left no doubt he is ready for the college level with his snapping. He has a great attitude and uses his body well. Very good upside for Castro over the next couple of years.

Shiloh Mast did very well in IL and could have ended up winning the whole thing! Attitude is excellent and so is his form. Uses his whole body well and snaps a very smooth ball.

Mario Rodrigues has improved a ton and looks ready for the next level. Form is good and he does a great job of being consistent with each and every snap.

TOP 2018 LONG SNAPPERS

Roen McCullough

Roen McCullough won the speed competition and has really improved a ton with his consistency. Kid snaps with a great deal of power and accuracy. He looked very sharp throughout the day and left no doubt he is one of the top Long Snappers in the country.

Ron Gaines is a massive human being that snaps a smooth ball and uses his body well. Ball hits the punter with good power and he has a solid spiral. Very good attitude and upside on Gaines.

Ross Hinders is a great Long Snapper with excellent form. He can hit in the .7s and he has solid accuracy. Quiet but does all of his talking with his snapping. He is going to do well in college.

Jesse Hooper came out from UT and did really well. He is snapping with a lot of confidence and the ball is flying well to the punter. He is a very thick and strong Long Snapper with a lot of upside.

Matt Tokos looked very sharp in IL and proved his trip from NV was worth it. He definitely impressed me throughout the day with his very quick hands and great attitude.

Michael Vinson is a large Long Snapper with a good frame and snap. Using his body well and can snap consistently in the mid .7s. Lot of upside on Vinson.

Jack Halper is one of the most athletic Long Snappers in the country. The kid can flat out fly down field and will easily be a factor on punt coverage. Consistent snapper in the mid to high .7s.

Zach Drevno is thick, strong and showed good promise. Being a bit quicker and making sure he is always going back will help in the long run. Very good attitude.

Charles DeRosier came out from CA and showed great promise. Consistent and smooth Long Snapper that hovers in the high .7s. Good attitude and potential

Turner Pallissard is an athletic Long Snapper with a good frame that can get the ball back to the punter well. Smooth on his feet and with his snapping.

Brendan Watson did well in Chicago. Very accurate Long Snapper that is always improving.

Notables: Evan Jennings, Levi McKinney, Sam Rogers, Alex Rosenbaum, Jacob Walker, Axel Raarup

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS

Drew Little

Drew Little showed great consistency in his snaps and excellent form. His ball really pops back to the punter and his use of his body is off the charts. Hard worker that is always working to get better.

Brad George was on fire and absolutely ripping the ball back to the punters. He had no problem hitting in the low .7s and even .6s at times. George was snapping the ball so hard it was almost shocking…in a good way. Keep an eye on him at VEGAS 30.

Jude Pedrozo was very solid all day in Chicago. Good frame, great attitude and excellent form means Jude is definitely one to keep an eye on over the next couple of years.

David O’Keefe had very quick hands and really got the ball out of the gate well. Thick frame and strong throughout. Very good upside on O’Keefe.

Mike Wojciechowski has great form and is snapping with some solid confidence. The bigger and stronger he gets, the better he does. Over the next two years, he will make his high school coach very happy.

Nathan Tokar has improved his frame and his snaps are looking better as well. Uses his body really well and is snapping with confidence. I really liked what I saw out of Tokar in Chicago.

Thomas Peterson was consistent and smooth with his snaps all day in Chicago. Good upside.

Dylan McCardel was a stud on his feet and snapped very well all day. Ball is quick and his ball jumps out of the gate well. Love his demeanor and he is always improving.

Hayden Snyder was consistent with his speeds and showed solid accuracy. Very good upside.

Nolan Rossback had his best day at a Rubio Long Snapping camp. He looks to be growing like a weed and using his newer frame to get more power on the ball. As he continues to grow, he should continue to dominate. Great kid.

Patrick Szczesniak looked very solid in Chicago. He has a great frame and snaps a smooth and consistent ball. Excellent upside on Patrick.

Notables: Kuper Imrem, Ethan Warren, George Walsh

TOP 2020 and BEYOND LONG SNAPPERS

Jackson Worthen

Jackson Worthen left no doubt he was the best overall freshman Long Snapper in attendance. His form is great and he snaps with great force. You can hear his hands whipping back as he snaps the ball to the punter. He is going to be excellent if he keeps going at this pace.

Christo Kelly showed great upside and promise. Nice frame and he can get in the low .8s when he is on.

David Boan is a monster for his age and is headed towards greatness. Form is good and he has the potential to completely dominate his class over the next couple of years.

Michael Bastuga has good form, a great attitude and tons of upside. The bigger and stronger he gets, the better he will become over the next couple of years.

Jaden Mueller is a smooth Long Snapper with good upside. Good consistency of speed.

Notables: Nick Walker, Nick Love, Andrew Boan, Andrew Gorman

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

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

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

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Recap of the CA Fall Camp (10/30/16)

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to California on October 30th, 2016 for their fall camp. Rubio Long Snapping will be traveling the country this fall instructing Long Snappers and getting them all ready for the biggest event of the year, VEGAS XXIX!

Long Snappers from CA, NV, AZ, CO and NH all traveled to get the best instruction and the most exposure possible for Long Snapping.

The overall camp champion was Noah Rodriguez-Trammell (CA, ’17)! NRT was on fire all day and simply great throughout the competition segment. He is snapping with a great deal of confidence and racked up his third Rubio Long Snapping regional camp victory. Obviously, it wouldn’t surprise me at all to see him take the grand prize this January in Vegas. His victory in CA earned him a free admission to VEGAS XXIX!

You can actually watch the finals between Noah Rodriguez-Trammel and Andrew Toothman below from the live feed on the Rubio Long Snapping Periscope.

The next stop for Rubio Long Snapping will be  NC (11/20), TX (12/4), AZ (12/11) and GA (12/18)

Top 2017 Long Snappers

Alex Michaelsen

Alex Michaelsen

Alex Michaelsen was very sharp out in CA. He is snapping with more confidence and looks like he thickened up a bit. Ball comes out hot and he has shown some good improvement.

Scott Stevens was outstanding in CA. MAJOR improvement and might be the top JC Long Snapper in the country. He can pass an eyeball test from a 1/4 mile away. WATCH HIM CLOSELY AT VEGAS XXIX.

Harrison Hoffman is a great JC Long Snapper and easily one of the smoothest in his class. Kid is just flat out good all around.

Gavin Campbell has put on some size and was snapping great power. Even his misses were rockets. He locks down his consistency a bit more and it is game over for the rest of his class.

Chancellor Nelson is a very long JC Long Snapper that rips the ball back to the punter. He should be able to dominate VEGAS XXIX once he locks down his snapping motion.

Koltin Anderson had a great day in CA and could have easily ended up winning the whole thing. Body is thick and he is snapping with good power.

Karson Thomas catches a good wave and he is awesome. Great frame and tons of upside.

Johnny Fuentes had waves of brilliance and I love his attitude. Once he locks down his accuracy and consistency, he will move way up the rankings.

Andrew Toothman had the best camp of his career. Form is good and he is very accurate. Made it all the way to the accuracy finals.

Notables: Rex Goossen, Leif Schulte, Wyatt Tucker, Jake Twining, Matt Buell

Top 2018 Long Snappers

Brendan Bentley

Brendan Bentley

Brendan Bentley came out from NV and did not disappoint. His body is thick and strong. He snaps with a great deal of power and the ball really jumps back to the punter. The more he gets his hands and body set, the more dominant he is. Great talent.

Max Nieland is snapping with a lot of confidence right now and I love it. Slowly but surely moving his way up the rankings and can easily make a big name for himself this January at VEGAS XXIX.

Kyle Petrucci continues to ooze with potential. Passes an eyeball test quickly. Love to see him snap with more confidence and get his body to go straight back instead of up and back.

James Townsend is an extremely athletic Long Snapper with tons of potential. Once he gets his lower half fully involved, he will dominate his class. Kid is good and on the verge of being great.

Matt Tokos is one of the happiest Long Snappers on the planet and he should be, kid snaps pearls back to the punter. Great form, he is thick and headed in the right direction.

Robert Fiene is an athletic Long Snapper with good power. Lots of upside.

Andrew Domingo really impressed me in CA with great pop and movement. Love to see him put on some more lbs by VEGAS XXIX.

Notables: Charles DeRosier, Ace Thayer, Tanner Williams

Top 2019 Long Snappers

 

Nathan Weneta

Nathan Weneta

Nathan Weneta was outstanding in CA. Moves VERY well on his feet and is a true student of the position. Ball is crisp and almost at the D1 level right now and he still has two more years of high school football left.

Simon Samarzich is a true athlete that can snap. Might be able to play multiple positions at a smaller college in the future. Love to see him focus on his Long Snapping to get all of the kinks worked out by VEGAS. The potential on Simon is simply off the charts.

Adrian Tamayo can really let the ball fly. Love to see him put on some more size by VEGAS XXIX to gain even more power. Snapping with some great confidence and shows me good things all around.

Mason Peterson did really well in CA. Snaps the ball in the mid .8s and should be able to get the ball into the .7s by VEGAS XXIX. Handles pressure well and I like his attitude.

Notables: Peter Bowden, Matt Delucia, Andrew Gonneville, Jack Landherr, Aidan Livingston, Reed Simmons, Brett Skidmore, David Barela

Top 2020 Long Snappers

Kameron Hawkins

Kameron Hawkins

Kameron Hawkins has excellent form and showed he could, and should, win a Rubio Long Snapping camp very soon. CONFIDENCE and dominating pressure will be keys for Kam in VEGAS. Kam is an extremely accurate Long Snapper that will continue to get better with more strength and athleticism. Snaps the ball as well as anyone I have seen at his age. Overall speed on the ball and his legs will be key in dominating his class throughout the years.

Aaron Estrada did well in CA. Body is growing like a weed and he handles pressure well. Moves well on his feet and he is snapping with some good power. Trusting his form and letting the ball go will be huge as we progress through the fall, VEGAS and his high school career.

Jaden Sanchez is an athletic Long Snapper with great power in his body. When he snaps with confidence, he really lets the ball fly out of his hands. Locking down his snapping motion will help a ton by VEGAS XXIX. Sanchez was impressive in CA.

Cruz Rubio is a strong Long Snapper with quick hands. Ball can get back to the punter in the .7s WHEN he gets his eyes through and gets fully set. Great potential on this Long Snapper from CA. Moves well on his feet for his size.

Notables: Jacob Garcia, Tony Villareal, Michael Tokos, Zane Maningo

 

KEY POINTS:

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

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

For the profiles section, simply go to RubioLongSnapping.com. click PLAYER PROFILES, click which class, click LONG SNAPPERS and find your name.

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

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

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Recap of the CA Camp (3/6/16)

CA Camp2016Rubio Long Snapping traveled to CA on March 6th for their spring camp.

Long Snappers came out from CA, AZ, NV, CO & UT to learn from the best and get the most exposure possible for Long Snapping.

The overall winner of the camp was John Aloma! Aloma was on fire all day and Utah Ute commit was the first Long Snapper to ever win the accuracy and speed competition. His confidence is overflowing right now and his ball jumps back to the punter. He is looking ready for college now!

TOP 2016 LONG SNAPPERS:

Johnny Den Bleyker

Johnny Den Bleyker

Johnny Den Bleyker was the best overall Long Snapper in attendance. His form is fantastic and his hands are rockets. ZERO wasted movement. Ball pops right out of the gate. UCLA got a great one.

  • Damon Johnson was outstanding all day. His ball seems to pick up speed on the way back to the punter. Very driven Long Snapper that does all of his speaking with his snaps. USC is lucky to get him

  • Riley Shackelford just committed to Portland State and you could see why they offered him a full ride. Kid is good, thick, strong and powerful with his snaps. Ball moves and his smooth.
  • Koby Walsh, who recently committed to UCLA as a preferred walk on, handled pressure very well and could have won the whole thing
  • Curtis Hernandez might just be the smoothest Long Snapper in the class of 2016. Definitely a sleeper of that class right now. Good upside.

Notables: Tim O’Donnel, Blake Gifford, James Kozachenko, Tanner Miller and Jacob Mimoun

TOP 2017 LONG SNAPPERS:

Kyle Gibbs

Kyle Gibbs

Kyle Gibbs was purely poetic in his snapping all day in CA. Ball is FAST and he has really improved on his accuracy and consistency. The more consistent he gets, the better he will be. 5 Stars by XXVIII should be his goal.

  • Devin Noth showed great athleticism and when he is on, he is REALLY on. Gaining some consistency will be huge before XXVIII.
  • Karson Thomas has great size and snaps the ball with power. Could be the sleeper of his class. Great upside.
  • Noah Rodriguez-Trammel has tons of potential and is a flat out stud when snaps with full power.
  • Peter Snodgrass was impressive all day. Little tweaks will make him unstoppable. Great improvement of the last year.

Notables: Koltin Anderson, Gavin Cambell, Johnny Fuentes, Michael Lacilento, Caleb Lawver, Alex Michaelsen, Andrew Toothman

TOP 2018 LONG SNAPPERS:

Ross Reiter

Ross Reiter

Ross Reiter left no doubt he was the best 2018 Long Snapper in attendance. I timed him in the low .6s and he has an excellent spiral on his ball. Very catchable. If he can get his eyes through each time, have fun out there and get set, he will be a 5 Star Rubio Long Snapper by XXVIII.

  • Brendan Bentley had waves of brilliance, when he is on…he is really on. Needs to focus heavily on making sure he gets both of his hands on the ball and THEN snaps.
  • Charles DeRosier was very consistent and has done a great job of improving over the years.
  • Kyle Petrucci has major upside and when he trusts his form, he will punish the punter.
  • Joseph Ramos is a massive man that will simply be as good as he wants to be. If he pushes himself, he could take the top spot in his class.

Notables: Rob Fiene, Jake Radwan, Ace Thayer, James Townsend, Jac Casasante, Gabriel Cervantes and Matt Garcia

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS:

Simon Samarzich

Simon Samarzich

Simon Samarzich had a great day in CA. He moves well on his feet and can snap the ball back in the .7s. If he pushes himself a bit more with his Long Snapping, he could be one of the best ever. Consistency will be key by XXVIII in May.

  • Nathan Weneta is right on the cusp of greatness. He is growing by the second and might be the fastest running Long Snapper in his class. Kid flies through agility drills. 

  • Ryan Aguilar has tons of upside and could be one of the greats
  • Dylan Black showed good poise and he has some solid speed on the ball.

Notables: Ryan Aguilar

TOP 2020 LONG SNAPPERS:

I was equally impressed with three 8th grade Long Snappers in attendance: Aaron Estrada, Kameron Hawkins and AJ Laux. All are working with great form and are handling pressure well. Definitely keep an eye on these three over the next couple of years.

Aaron Estrada

Aaron Estrada

Kameron Hawkins

Kameron Hawkins

AJ Laux

AJ Laux

 


KEY POINTS:

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

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

For the profiles section, simply go to RubioLongSnapping.com. click PLAYER PROFILES, click which class, click LONG SNAPPERS and find your name.

___________________________________________________________________

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

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

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