All campers listed on this page were selected by Coach Farley as the top high school kicking and punting recruits from 2023.


In this, our second year of camps, we saw over 100 kids from ages 11 to 18 kick and punt all summer long. None of the camps were “invite” only camps, meaning anyone could signup to attend any session. I’m very happy to coach every single kid who steps on to the field with a willingness to learn.  The interesting thing is that there are always some great athletes who continue to improve their skills. 

The post helps to build exposure to college recruiters as to the very best specialists we had attend any of our camps — only kids who competed in our camps have been selected for this list. This is not a star-rating system, rather it is a full listing of those campers (of high school age) and their alignment compared to other campers. I cannot comment on those I have not seen in person.

I also do not take into account their high school stats. That can be very subjective. All of these campers have made this list because I believe, currently, have the ability to play at the collegiate level.

For campers who did not make my list, take it as a challenge to continue to develop your skills. I am happy to promote you to collegiate recruiters next year, but will only do so for those who I believe can actually help a collegiate program. And if you are a youngster learning the craft, then these are the high school kickers and punters you should strive to compete with.

Any coaches or recruiters who are interested to learn more about these kickers and punters is welcome to contact me for a full assessment.

Coach Farley is one of America’s top kicking and punting coaches who specializes in training high school athletes.

Coach Farley: “There’s no set number to our ranking.  I place those kids on this list who should be recuited at the college level.  Predicting their ability for D1, D2 or D3 is tricky, because many kids develop later. Campers and coaches alike, can easily access my YouTube Channel to see verifiable evaluations of every kid on this list.”