Kickers, Punters, and Long Snappers have the opportunity to compete with the nation’s top prospects at any Ray Guy Prokicker.com event across the country. Our National Kicking Championship Series is a year long competition that progresses from January through December. This annual event is strategically scheduled to culminate at the end of football season – and just before national signing day in February. This is vital timing for athletes to perform at their “end of season” optimum performance level. It is also a crucial time for college recruiters to finalize their scholarship decisions and even seek new talent to add to their recruiting list for the future.
“Before you can be recruited, you must be found.”
Rick Sang – Former NCAA D-1 Coach | Ray Guy Camps Director
NATIONAL CHAMPIONS WILL BE DETERMINED IN TWO DIVISIONS ON DECEMBER 31, 2015
High school freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors can compete by attending any Ray Guy Prokicker.com event throughout the year. This includes summer, fall and winter camps; showcases, charting only sessions, and even through private instruction. The National Kicking Championship Series is the ideal platform for kickers, punters, and long snappers to get on the “radar” of the college coach – and get a “jump” on the recruiting process. High school seniors can also make that last push to get their names in front of the recruiters – or solidify their place in the recruiting process. Even athletes who are not on the recruiting radar – but deserve attention – can come out of nowhere and bring their name and talents to the forefront.
Information on top prospects will be made available 24/7 on Ray Guy Prokicker.com – the most visible kicking, punting, and long snapping website on the internet. It dominates the Google and Yahoo search results and provides top prospects a tremendous opportunity for national exposure.
Ray Guy Prokicker.com National Kicking Championship provides the platform for top athletes from all across the country to train – compete – and showcase their talents so college football coaches and recruiters can find them.
Jonathan Ruffin – Two-Time All-American and Former Lou Groza Award Winner