Kohl's Kicking to Broadcast Event Featuring Top Uncommitted Seniors


"Last Chance" Before National Signing Day

The National Senior Challenge is the "last best chance" for the Class of 2017 to get seen and evaluated by the Kohl's staff and college coaches, and has helped many athletes get seen in the last to weeks before National Signing Day. In 2015, 8 athletes received offers in the 3 days following the event in direct correlation with the camp. In 2016 this number grew even more.

Register for Event: 2017 National Senior Challenge

Video Streamed to College Coaches

Top performers will earn a spot in a scheduled video broadcast for college coaches. Every college program has the opportunity to watch camp competition finalists compete head-to-head via video feed.

This competitive camp will feature drill work, competitions, and performance charting before final competitions are streamed online during the second day. It will also be streamed on the most watched kicking, punting, and long snapping YouTube channel for the world to see. >> VIEW CHANNEL

"Last year we had a tremendous response from the college coaching community during the event. Our staff definitely accomplished what we set out to achieve with the event," says Kohl's Kicking Camp Director Jamie Kohl.

"The event was really created to provide the outgoing seniors who are uncommitted one last recruiting push."

"It's kind of a last chance event that gives athletes a final opportunity to show college coaches they belong before signing day. It will be a last chance for our staff to heavily evaluate our remaining seniors to figure out where they fit into the college football landscape and what programs we can recommend them to."

The final stages of the event will be broadcast online to the college coaching community and raw video will be available to them immediately following the event for their evaluations. It's the best opportunity an athlete will have to get in front of college coaches before signing day.

Register for Event: 2017 National Senior Challenge