American Coaches to Attend OzPunt Camp

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I wanted to let you know about a fantastic upcoming opportunity for you on Saturday the 7th and Sunday the 8th of February in Melbourne.

OzPunt and Chris Sailer will be running a 2 day camp!!!

This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone who has wanted to know whether they are good enough for American Football as a Punter or Kicker.

Chris Sailer from Chris Sailer Kicking is America’s largest Kicking and Punting academy, and to date no one in the US has helped more American guys into the college system.  Every year Chris Sailer Kicking has assisted numerous people starting their College and even NFL careers. More importantly, the guys starting college are on Full Scholarships.

Over the years OzPunt has had a number of guys showcasing there ability to Chris Sailer who’s training and scouting has helped them get into College.

In the past seeing Chris meant you would need to fly to the US and kick at a camp in Las Vegas.  But now thanks to Chris coming here you have saved yourself the flight and costs associated with going over to see him.

When everything is added up (camp costs, flights, accommodation, car hire, etc), previous camps in America would be well over $3,000.  The cost for the weekend camp here in Melbourne is only $330. This is a huge saving of time and money for you!

I strongly recommend that if you really want to know whether Punting or Kicking is for you, or want an Expert’s opinion on your ability; then make it along to this camp.

To see more about Chris and what Chris Sailer kicking is all about, click on his link below.


Spots will be limited for this event, so please register your interest in attending.

Contact me for any further details,

Cameron McGillivray
OzPunt Director
ph: 0438 522 14

Brad Craddock – Wins Lou Groza Award 2014 – Best Kicker in the Nation!

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Congratulations to OzPunt and Maryland Footballs Brad Craddock for winning the Lou Groza Award.  The Lou Groza award is presented to the best College Kicker in the Nation.

Brad was one of 3 Finalists, and it was no surprise to anyone who has seen Brad play or train that he would be this year’s winner.  It is staggering to see all of the kind words from people who know Brad from both here in Australia and America.

The voting panel of 300 consist of Division 1 head coaches, sports writers and sportscasters from across the county, conference representatives, professional kickers and previous winners.  The Lou Groza Collegiate Place-Kicker Award has become the most prestigious college football award for kickers.

Brads season has seen him set a number of school conference records due his very accurate kicking ability.  No Australian has ever won this award, so Brad is in a class of his own, and will be looked up to by the next crop of Aussie kickers coming through the system.

I look forward to who will be the first person to come along to a training session and lets me know they want to be just like Brad Craddock.

Cameron McGillivray

OzPunt Director

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