The first kicker/punter in the Class of 2018 to commit came last week as Choate (Connecticut) combo specialist John Tessitore committed to Boston College. Tessitore's commit comes after a very strong 2016 season in which he posted an 80% field goal success rate, pinned 10 punts inside-the-20, and played a key role in the team's championship game.
With National Signing Day right around the corner, many of the top specialists in America have made a verbal commitment to where they'll be playing college football. Verbal commitments will be solidified tomorrow for many as high school football players around the country will sign their National Letter of Intent to make their commitment official.
Every play on special teams starts with a snap. The majority of long snapping scholarships come through walk-ons showing their true colors on the field once committed to a program. Each year more schools are reserving spots on their rosters for snapping prospects. Although the majority are still taken as walk-ons, scholarship offer numbers across the nation slowly but surely continue to rise.
Years of hard work have paved the way for high school football players around the nation to get seen at the next level. This week, many will sign their National Letter of Intent to officially commit to playing for a college football program. Here's a look at where the top 20 kickers in the nation for the Class of 2017 will sign on the dotted line...
Kohl’s Kicking Camps is proud to release the 2016 Kohl's Kicking High School Season All-American Teams for the 2016 high school football season.
With his game-winning field goal, prospect John McCorkle has earned Kohl's Kicking National Player of the Week honors.
McCorkle cemented his team's 31-30 win with a 23-yard field goal with 15 seconds left in the regular season. Berwick High School has advanced to postseason playoffs for the first time in 20 years.
The annual Winter Showcase Tour for Kohl's Kicking, Punting & Snapping Camps is the biggest talent-seeking tour for kickers, punters and snappers in the nation.
With a 35-yard field goal, Kohl's 5-star kicker Manny Berz became the all-time leader in the state of California for field goals made.