Rubio Long Snappers in College Bowl Games

Here you go . . . another NCAA Football Bowl Season FULL of Rubio Long Snappers.  Below you will find matchups, bowl locations, game times (et) and how to watch.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15th

Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl
North Carolina A&T (John Davis) vs. Alcorn State 
Noon ET, ABC
Mercedes-Benz Stadium – Atlanta, GA

New Mexico Bowl
North Texas (Nate Durham) vs. Utah State (Chance Nelson & Noah Howell)
2 p.m. ET, ESPN
Branch Field at Dreamstyle Stadium – Albuquerque, NM

Geron Eatherly (Tulane)

AutoNation Cure Bowl
Tulane (Geron Eatherly) vs. Louisiana-Lafayette 
2:30 p.m. ET, CBSSN
Camping World Stadium – Orlando, FL

Mitsubishi Motors Las Vegas Bowl
Fresno State (Patrick Williams, Jr.) vs. Arizona State (Riley John)
3:30 p.m. ET, ABC
Sam Boyd Stadium – Las Vegas, NV

Raycom Media Camellia Bowl
Georgia Southern (Ryan Langan, Logan Cox & Payton Dunagan) vs. Eastern Michigan (Drake Sutton)
5:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
Cramton Bowl – Montgomery, AL

Max Durschlag (Appalachian State)

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
Middle Tennessee (Russ Hiett) vs. Appalachian State (Elias McMurry & Max Durschlag)
9 p.m. ET, ESPN
Mercedes-Benz Superdome – New Orleans, LA

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18th

Cheribundi Boca Raton Bowl
UAB (Jacob Fuqua) vs. Northern Illinois (Hayden Sak & Erik Abrell) 
7 p.m. ET, ESPN
Howard Schnellenberger Field at FAU Stadium – Boca Raton, FL

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19th

DXL Frisco Bowl
San Diego State (Cameron King) vs. Ohio (Jake Hale)
8 p.m. ET, ESPN
Toyota Stadium – Frisco, TX

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20th

Zach Appio (Marshall)

Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl
Marshall (Matt Beardall & Zach Appio) vs. South Florida 
8 p.m. ET, ESPN
Raymond James Stadium – Tampa, FL

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21st

Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl
FIU (Johnathon Scandrett) vs. Toledo
12:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium – Nassau, Bahamas

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
Western Michigan (Bryce Bouwens & Luke Sanders) vs. BYU (Matt Foley)
4 p.m. ET, ESPN
Lyle Smith Field at Albertsons Stadium – Boise, ID

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22nd

           Noah Turner             (Wake Forest)

Jared Birmingham Bowl
Memphis (Preston Brady) vs. Wake Forest (Noah Turner)
Noon ET, ESPN
Legion Field – Birmingham, AL

Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl
Houston (Anthony Cantu & Nick Wildberger) vs. Army (Paul Lawless & Kyle O’Connor)
3:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
Amon G. Carter Stadium – Fort Worth, TX

Dollar General Bowl
Buffalo (Jeremiah Riordan) vs. Troy (Cameron Kaye & Brennen Milliron)
7 p.m. ET, ESPN
Ladd-Peebles Stadium – Mobile, AL

Wyatt Tucker (Hawaii)

SoFi Hawai’i Bowl
Louisiana Tech (Kyle Conrad & Reeves Blankenship) vs. Hawaii (Wyatt Tucker)
10:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
Aloha Stadium – Honolulu, HI

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26th

Quick Lane Bowl
Minnesota (Michael Vojvodich) vs. Georgia Tech (Cade Long & Lucas Patelles)
5:15 p.m. ET, ESPN
Ford Field – Detroit, MI

SERVPRO First Responder Bowl 
Boston College vs. Boise State (Blake Biby)
1:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
Cotton Bowl – Dallas, TX

Donovan Cahill (TCU)

Cheez-It Bowl
California (Alonso Vera) vs. TCU (Donovan Cahill & Antonio Ortiz)
9 p.m. ET, ESPN
Chase Field – Phoenix, AZ

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27th

Walk-On’s Independence Bowl
Temple (Travis Malinowski) vs. Duke (Ben Wyatt)
1:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
Independence Stadium – Shreveport, LA

New Era Pinstripe Bowl
Miami (Clay James, Jacob Munoz & Sam York) vs. Wisconsin
5:15 p.m. ET, ESPN
Yankee Stadium – New York, NY

Chris Lutzel (Baylor)

Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl
Baylor (Chris Lutzel & Thor Rodoni) vs. Vanderbilt (Zach Drevno)
9 p.m. ET, ESPN
NRG Stadium – Houston, TX

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28th

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl
Purdue (Ben Makowski) vs. Auburn (Clarke Smith)
1:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
Nissan Stadium – Nashville, TN

Camping World Bowl
West Virginia (Jack Hadley) vs. Syracuse (Matt Keller)
5:15 p.m. ET, ESPN
Camping World Stadium – Orlando, FL

         Steven Wirtel           (Iowa State)

Valero Alamo Bowl
Iowa State (Quinn Sonntag & Steven Wirtel) vs. Washington State
9 p.m. ET, ESPN
Alamodome – San Antonio, TX

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29th

        John Shannon         (Notre Dame)

Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic 
*College Football Playoff Semifinal
Clemson (Austin Spence) vs. Notre Dame (John Shannon & Michael Vinson) 
4 p.m. ET on ESPN
AT&T Stadium – Arlington, TX

Ryan Parris (Alabama)

The Capital One Orange Bowl  
*College Football Playoff Semifinal
Oklahoma (Kasey Kelleher, Jax Wilson & Zach Edwards) vs. Alabama (Ryan Parris, Scott Meyer & Thomas Fletcher) 
7 p.m. ET on ESPN
Hard Rock Stadium – Miami, FL

Ryan Farr (Florida)

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
Florida (Ryan Farr, Brett DioGuardi & Marco Ortiz) vs. Michigan (Cameron Cheeseman, Matt Baldeck & Andrew Robinson)
Noon ET, ESPN
Mercedes-Benz Stadium – Atlanta, GA

Belk Bowl
South Carolina (Matthew Smith) vs. Virginia
Noon ET, ABC
Bank of America Stadium – Charlotte, NC

NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl 
Arkansas State (Charles DeRosier) vs. Nevada (Austin Ortega & Karson Thomas)
1:15 p.m. ET, CBSSN
Arizona Stadium – Tucson, AZ

MONDAY, DECEMBER 31st

    Oscar Shadley      (Virginia Tech)

Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman
Cincinnati (Zach Wood) vs. Virginia Tech (Oscar Shadley)
Noon ET, ESPN
Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium – Annapolis, MA

Hyundai Sun Bowl
Stanford (Kyle Petrucci) vs. Pittsburgh
2 p.m. ET, CBS
Sun Bowl Stadium – El Paso, TX

Redbox Bowl
Michigan State vs. Oregon (Karsten Battles & Peyton Yanagi)
3 p.m. ET, Fox
Levi’s Stadium – Santa Clara, CA

Drew Wise (Missouri)

AutoZone Liberty Bowl
Missouri (Drew Wise & James Workman) vs. Oklahoma State (Matt Hembrough & Sam Walkingstick)
3:45 p.m. ET, ESPN
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium – Memphis, TN

San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl
Northwestern (Peter Snodgrass) vs. Utah (Noah Rodriguez-Trammell, Keegan Markgraf & Maddie Golden)
7 p.m. ET, FS1
SDCCU Stadium – San Diego, CA

TaxSlayer Gator Bowl
NC State (Tyler Griffiths, Jackson Quiggle & Griffin Hicks) vs. Texas A&M (Jake Pagel & Austin Frey)
7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
TIAA Bank Field – Jacksonville, FL

TUESDAY, JANUARY 1st

Austin Spiewak (Iowa)

Outback Bowl
Mississippi State (Joel Baldwin & Raymond Freeman) vs. Iowa (Austin Spiewak)
Noon ET, ESPN2
Raymond James Stadium – Tampa, FL

VRBO Citrus Bowl
Kentucky vs. Penn State (Joe Calcagno, Matt Aloni & Kevin Cahill)
1 p.m. ET, ABC
Camping World Stadium – Orlando, FL

PlayStation Fiesta Bowl
LSU (Blake Ferguson) vs. UCF (Evan Dvorchik)
1 p.m. ET, ESPN
State Farm Stadium – Glendale, AZ

AJ Carty (Washington)

Rose Bowl Game Presented by Northwestern Mutual
Washington (AJ Carty) vs. Ohio State (Bradley Robinson & Liam McCullough)
5 p.m. ET, ESPN
Rose Bowl – Pasadena, CA

Allstate Sugar Bowl
Texas (Michael Poujol) vs. Georgia (Koby Pyrz)
8:45 p.m. ET, ESPN
Mercedes-Benz Superdome – New Orleans, LA

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

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

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th

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

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st

Florida Atlantic vs. Evan Dvorchik (UCF)

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

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

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd

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

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

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

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

Boston College vs. Ben Makowski (Purdue)

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

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

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

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

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

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

Austin Ortega & Karson Thomas (Nevada) vs. Toledo

Duquesne vs. Wyatt Tucker (Hawai’i) 

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

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

Brendan Lowery & Mitch Hall (Louisville) vs. Virginia

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

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

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

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

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

Truman vs. Carter Puckett (Valparaiso)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

North Carolina Central vs. Ben Wyatt (Duke)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Nate Durham (North Texas) vs. Liberty

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

Louisiana Tech vs. Blake Ferguson (LSU)

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

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

Rice vs. Austin Keel (Southern Mississippi)

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

SAMHOU vs. Dominic Brocato (Nicholls)

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

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

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

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

Citadel vs. Steven Nixon & Philip Hatcher (Mercer)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sacred Heart vs. Gunner Daniel (Wagner)

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

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

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

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

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

Wisconsin vs. Austin Spiewak (Iowa)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th

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

Boston College vs. Noah Turner (Wake Forest)

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

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th

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

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

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th

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

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

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

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

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

Rhode Island vs. Brian Keating (UConn) 

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

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

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

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

Bryson Haft (Ball State) vs. Indiana

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

Chandler Moody (Murray State) vs. Kentucky

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Matt Foley (BYU) vs. Wisconsin

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

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

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

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

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

Lehigh vs. Michael Pifer & Kyle Gibbs (Navy)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Jake Hale (Ohio) vs. Virginia

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

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

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

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

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

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

Texas State vs. Andrew Zink (South Alabama)

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

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

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

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

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

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

Northern Iowa vs. Austin Spiewak (Iowa)

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

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

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

UL Monroe vs. Jake Pagel (Texas A&M)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Ross Hinders (North Dakota) vs. SAMHOU

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

Kent Vines (Monmouth) vs. Lafayette

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

Prairie View vs. Nathan Guzman (UNLV)

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

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

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

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

Marist vs. Jordan Laube & James Picerelli (Bryant)

Jarrett Giacchino (Austin Peay) vs. Morehead State

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

Andrew Toothman (Abilene Christian) vs. Houston Baptist

Southern Utah vs. Donald Reiter (Arizona) 

Tyler Boudreaux (Texas Southern) vs. Alcorn State

 Towson vs. Kevin Crabtree (Villanova)

Evan Gibson (Northwestern State) vs. Lamar

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

Dalton Godfrey (South Dakota) vs. Weber

 

POSTPONED MATCHUPS

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

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

Marshall Simmons (Elon) vs. William & Mary

CANCELED MATCHUPS

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

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

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

Thomas Newberg (Tennessee State University) vs. Hampton

 

 

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

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

 

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

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 Article of the TX Camp (12/13/15)

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Rubio Long Snapping traveled to TX on December 13th for their fall camp. The camp had the most talent, from top to bottom, of any Texas camp I have ever had in the last ten years.

Long Snappers came out from TX, KS, LA, CO, AZ, OH, MO, PA, MI, OK, AR, NM and even CA to learn from the best and get the most exposure possible for Long Snapping.

The overall winner of the camp was EVENT ELITE member Travis Arroyo (TX, ’16). Travis is a massive Long Snapper with great athleticism, good flexibility and great form. Wonderful attitude and demeanor as well. So large and powerful that he might be able to play two positions in college as he is quite the dominant lineman.

TOP 2016 LONG SNAPPERS:

Geron Eatherly was the best 2016 Long Snapper in attendance. He is BEYOND smooth and accurate. ALWAYS is either in the finals or right next to them. Very accurate and he is gaining some good size. He will be a great pickup for a college coach.

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    Dylan Alexander

    Dylan Alexander was VERY impressive in TX. Long time Rubio Long Snapper that has really improved over the past year. Was snapping in the .6s. Looking very solid right now.

  • Alex Edwards continues to move up the ladder and get better. Power is solid and he is built thick.
  • Kolin Hayes showed very good accuracy and poise.
  • Conner Hemphill has some of the quickest hands in the country. Lots of potential.
  • Greg Royal might be the smoothest Long Snapper in the country. Very accurate
  • James Kozachenkzo can snap the ball with great power and accuracy. CONSISTENCY will be the next hurdle. Watch him.
  • Gabe Skrobot keeps doing his thing and moving right along. Unlimited potential on the Skrobot.

Notables: Aron Bonham, Tristan Thompson, Colt Poole, Trenton Givens, Eric Ryan

TOP 2017 LONG SNAPPERS:

Thomas Fletcher left no doubt he is the best 2017 Long Snapper in the country. He handles pressure as well as anyone I have ever had and has ZERO wasted movement when he snaps the ball. Efficiency of his snapping motion is off the charts. Kid is ready for college right now.

  • Kyle Gibbs

    Kyle Gibbs

    Kyle Gibbs showed me some absolute raw power in TX. Came out from CA and didn’t disappoint. Kid’s hands are like rockets. He is almost “there”

  • Jeremiah Riordan is really moving up the ladder lately. You can tell he has been working on his overall form. Looking very solid. I would be VERY surprised to see him not dominate VEGAS XXVII.
  • Jake Pagel is just a flat out machine with his snapping. He is always great and just keeps getting better. Silent assassin.
  • Drew Wise has TONS of upside and can get the ball moving quickly back to the punter. Watch him closely at VEGAS XXVII.

Notables: Caleb Cantrell, Benji Gormley, Jarrod Jacobson, Justin Hathoot, Justyce Hankins, Jared Reeves, Steven Taylor, Ethan Zenzen

TOP 2018 LONG SNAPPERS:

Zach Edwards made a very strong case to be the #1 Long Snapper for the country in his class. Body is coming along nicely and he has tremendous form. Kid can rip the ball back to the punter. Doesn’t say much, but doesn’t need to. I am very interested to see how he does in VEGAS with a little more pressure thrown at him.

  • Randen Plattner

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    Randen Platter was VERY accurate and handled pressure well. Solid frame that will be able to hold more weight. Good kid.

  • Joseph Ramos is a massive man with great form and power. Tons of upside and definitely one to watch.

Notables: Evan Gibson, Paul Madison, Will Gerrish, Hunter Becker

TOP 2019 LONG SNAPPERS:

Hayden Hood was the best 2019 Long Snapper in attendance. He has been working with Rubio Long Snapping staff member John Finch and it was apparent that the lessons have paid off. Kid is athletic and has a great, blasé attitude that makes him handle pressure well. TONS of upside.

  • Luke Rizzo

    Luke Rizzo

    Luke Rizzo came out of nowhere and showed me some great things. Very impressive first camp for him. Watch him over the years.

  • Dominic Serapiglia has good form and a great attitude. Increasing his strength will help as we progress.

Notables: Ross Arroyo, John Farris, Tre’Von Lovelace,

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.

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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 IL Summer Camp (7/15)

RANKINGS ARE UPDATED FROM THIS CAMP AS OF 8-6-15

Rubio Long Snapping traveled to IL on July 9th for their summer camp. Talent was very good and so was the weather.

Long Snappers came out from NC, IL, KS, MI, IN, OH, IA, NE, RI, AZ, TX, NY & UT to learn from the best and get the most exposure.

The overall winner of the camp was Caleb Lawver (UT, ’17). Lawver was smooth and accurate all day long. He snapped the ball with extreme confidence and was well deserving of the win.

TOP 2016 LONG SNAPPERS:

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    Steven Wirtel

    Steven Wirtel was snapping absolute heat in the afternoon and showed that he is ready for college right now.

  • Tim Fean showed good accuracy and consistency.
  • Trent Kramer has some great snaps over the day long camp.
  • Jake Yelich impressed me with his frame and his snapping.
  • Paul Monaco is always improving and looked excellent
  • Bradley Robinson was smooth and moving his way to the head of his class.

TOP 2017 LONG SNAPPERS

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    Nate Durham

    Nate Durham dominated throughout the whole camp. VERY IMPRESSIVE YOUNG MAN.

  • Jake Pagel is a stud and just keeps getting better.
  • Jeremiah Riordan found a great groove and looked smooth.
  • Shiloh Mast was confident and snapped with power all day.
  • Marshall Coluzzi is outstanding when everything is clicking. Very impressive snapper.
  • Joe Calcagno is a Long Snapper, that when it clicks, he is the best in his class.
  • Dylan Castro is one of the most accurate snappers in his class
  • Kasey Kelleher is always impressive and has tons of upside.
  • Zach Appio showed me some great things in IL. Good snapper
  • Mario Rodriguez has all of the tolls to be one of the greats.

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Roen McCullough

TOP 2018 LONG SNAPPERS:

  • Roen McCullough shows incredible power and strength with an incredible amount of potential.
  • Ross Hinders is a smooth Long Snapper that is always getting better.

OVERALL NOTABLES FROM THE CAMP: John Davis, Matt Hembrough, Cole Stewart, Jimmy Picarelli, John Murphy, Sean McAbee, AJ Laux, Travis Malinowski

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.

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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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Article & Rankings for the Class of 2017 Long Snappers from the IL Spring Camp (4/12)

The rankings are completed for 2017 Long Snappers that participated in the Rubio Long Snapping Spring Camps in IL!

Long Snappers in this class came out from IL, IN OH, WI & MI to get the best instruction and most exposure for Long Snappers in the country.

Be sure to check out all of the photos on the Rubio Long Snapping Facebook page HERE

Next update opportunity will be at the Rubio Long Snapping event, VEGAS XXVI on May 9-10.

TOP 2017 LONG SNAPPERS:

  • Dylan Castro was excellent all day and could have easily won the whole camp.
  • Jeremiah Riordan, when he is on, is as good as anyone in his class.

    Jeremiah Riordan showed great things in IL

    Jeremiah Riordan showed great things in IL

  • Cole Stewart has extremely strong hands and snaps with good power.
  • Shiloh Mast was very impressive with great form and snap speed.
  • Jake Hess is a Long Snapper that is always improving and has a great attitude.
  • Mario Rodriguez has improved as quickly as anyone in the country. Tons of upside.
  • Joe Calcagno has all of the tools to be a great one.

Notables: Zach Appio, Marshall Coluzzi, Gunner Daniel, Jake Mueller,

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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.

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

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

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Happy Ranksgiving to the Class of 2017 Long Snappers

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

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

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

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

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

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

KEY POINTS:

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

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

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

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

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

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Happy Ranksgiving the Class of 2017 Long Snappers

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

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

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

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Jeremiah Riordan

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

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

Notables: Cole Stewart and Dakota Jerman

KEY POINTS:

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

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

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

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

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Recap Article & Video of the Rubio Long Snapping Camp in IL

Long Snappers came out on March 30 to attend the Rubio Long Snapping Camp in IL from IL, OH, IN, MS, MD, IA, KY, MI, TN, NY, MO, PA, NJ and NC  to get the best  Long Snapping instruction and exposure in the country for Long Snappers. Long Snappers, and their parents/guardians, were instructed on the field, had a film and classroom session, a recruiting seminar and ended the day with a competition with Rubio present and running the camp. Each Long Snapper was filmed and will have a player profile provided for them on RubioLongSnapping.com.

Whitehouse, HarleyThe overall winner of the camp was Harley Whitehouse (MO, ’15). Harley had a great day and handled the pressure very well. He was snapping hard and with a lot of confidence. Really came on when he needed to in order to lock up the victory. Love to see him get his spiral locked down and a bit more speed but he is well on his way. Expect to see great things from Harley in Vegas!

TOP 2014 Long Snappers…

  • Wyatt Pfeifer was flat out dominant all day. The Western Michigan commit left no doubt he is worth of a scholarship with smooth and accurate snaps all day long in Chicago.
  • Mitch Hardy showed, yet again, great improvement. He is snapping a very accurate ball and has a lot of confidence. Always getting better and overflowing with an amazing attitude. The coaches will love him at Arkansas St.
  • Andrew Robinson is a VERY quick learner that shows great poise every time I see him at a camp. Body is very solid and he is accurate.

Other notable 2014 Long Snappers: Will Henrichs

TOP 2015 Long Snappers…

  • Ben Makowski was easily the top 2015 Long Snapper in attendance. He is a massive man with great power and determination. If he reaches through well, he is easily as good as anyone in the country. Keep a very close eye on him in Vegas. This kid is making a very big name for himself.
  • Tyler Griffiths looked wonderful at the camp. He is built very well with great athleticism and an excellent attitude. He is gaining a lot of confidence and should make serious move in rankings if he keeps this going in Vegas.
  • Matt Foley came out from CA and did well all day. His form is excellent and he is creating a lot of speed with his legs.
  • Hunter Varga is gaining confidence and it is paying off. He is a very consistent and accurate due to his very good form.

Other notable 2015 Long Snappers: Carson Vey, Jake Knight, Brendan Lowery, Jeremy Ashworth and Jackson Mahorney 

TOP 2016 Long Snappers…

  • John Shannon had a good day in Chicago. He easily snaps at D1 speeds and it isn’t even close. His frame is very solid and he is strong. The more he locks down his spiral, the better he will be. Hard worker and coachable.
  • Steven Wirtel shows a lot of promise and is well on his way to greatness. He might just have the most potential of anyone in his class. Sky is the limit for Wirtel. Keep a very close eye on him in Vegas.
  • Phillip Thomas had a great day in Chicago. He has improved a ton and just keeps getting better. His form is very good and he is starting to get a lot of confidence and that will pay off big time in the end. Great day for Phillip

Other notable 2016 Long Snappers: Paul Monaco, Brad Robinson

TOP 2017 Long Snappers…

  • Nate Durham was wonderful all day long in Chicago. He is large for his age and already has great form. I am very impressed with how well he listens and always is improving.
  • Joe Calcagno did well in Chicago. He has a great attitude and his form is looking solid. Good day for him and his future is bright.
  • Shiloh Mast impressed me all day in Chicago. He is snapping the ball hard and with a ton of confidence. Keep an eye on him.

Other notable 2017 Long Snappers: Jake Hess, Benji Gormley, Kyle O’Connor, Marshall Coluzzi, Jeremiah Riordan and Grant Miller

Rubio Long Snapping will next travel to Dallas, TX (April 27), and Los Angeles, CA (May 4).  The Spring Camp Tour will conclude with the 12th Annual National Snapping Spring Event in Las Vegas May 10-11, 2014!

For more rankings, evaluations & future camp dates visit RubioLongSnapping.com or email Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com. Be sure to follow @TheChrisRubio and find Rubio Long Snapping on Facebook and Instagram for updates.

Rubio Long Snapping is an official partner of FBU, the U.S. Army All-America Bowl, and East Bay All-America Games.  The Road to the U.S. All-America Bowl & East Bay All-American Games begins now.

 Rubio Long Snapping at FBU Camps: Central Florida (April 4-5), Dallas, TX (April 25-26), San Diego, CA (May 2-3), Seattle, WA (May 16-17), Los Angeles, CA (May 30-31), Central Ohio (July 11-12).  Email Rubio@RubioLongSnapping.com to inquire about an invitation to these prestigious camps.

Now feel free to watch the full video recap below…

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