Jimmie Kaylor, Colorado State


P - K Kaylor, Jimmie, Colorado State 08 Draft Class
Free Agent Signee Atlanta Falcons 08

High School: North Glenn HS
Height / Weight: 6/3 - 198 lbs.
Position: Punter / Kicker

General Area Workouts for Pro Teams: Denver, CO area.

Scouting (Staff):
Paul Assad, Pro College Football Player Development and Scouting comments:

UPDATED NOV. 29, 2008:
Showing dramatic improvements in footwork and control, ball set timing and leg action. Should be attractive to free agent opportunities this spring if not sooner. Seems like a very dependable consistent player.

UPDATED June 15, 2009
Quick leg. Good alignment, technical punter. Smart, works hard. Player to watch take it the next level with more foot speed thru the ball and timing of release. NFL Prospect. Does the rugby punt well also.
UPDATED June 16, 2009
Player went to an entire higher level of Punting today. Footwork and Position and Movement efficiency. Could be a solid guy in camp right now perhaps. Fast twitch, Explosive Power training will dramatically also assist results. Pro Prospect.





Pro Career: Kaylor, a graduate of Colorado State University, was signed by the Falcons on April 28, 2008 as an undrafted rookie free agent. During his senior campaign with the Rams, he finished fourth in the Mountain West Conference and 18th nationally with a 43.3 yards per punt average earning him honorable mention all-conference accolades. His 44.0 gross average ranks second in school history as well.

Kaylor's NCAA Bio

Punting Stats

2007 Highlights #
All-MWC Honorable Mention...3rd straight year receiving all-MWC honors
# Averaged 43.6 yards on 7 punts with a long of 57 yards @ HOUSTON on 9/22 # Had 6 Punts for 46.4 yards, with a long of 60 yards vs. SDSU on 10/6 # Averaged 46.4 yards on 7 punts against UTAH on 10/27 # Had 6 Punts for an Average of 46.0 yards, including a long of 58 yards @ BYU on 11/3

CSU Career Average 44 yards:
2006 (Junior): Had five punts for a 45.0 yard average, including 1 I-20 vs TCU...had 8 punts for an average of 43.2 yards and put 3 punts inside the 20 vs BYU...had 9 punts for an average of 43.7 yards vs Wyomiing...Had 4 punts for an average of 49.5 yards vs Air Force...punted 4 times for an average of 43.5 yards, including 2 punts I-20 vs UNLV...punted 7 times for an average of 45.0 yards vs Fresno State...Punted 4 times for an average of 48.2 yards including a career long punt of 65 yards vs Nevada...punted 5 times for an average of 45.2 yards per punt against Colorado...named as a third team preseason All-American by Athlon Sports...named to preseason all-MWC first team by Lindy's...named to the Ray Guy Award watch list...named to the preseason all-MWC team by Blue Ribbon College Football Yearbook...ranked as the 10th-best punter in the nation by Lindy's and as the 20th-best punter in the nation by The Sporting News.

2005 (Sophomore):
Named first- team all- conference...led the league in punting, averaging 45.3 yards per kick on 53 tries...had 12 punts inside opponents' 20-yard line...finished fourth nationally in punting and was named to the Ray Guy Award watch list...punted 7 times for an average of 49.7 yards per punt including a 62-yarder versus San Diego State...hit 4 punts for an average of 49.2 yards including a career-best 64-yarder against New Mexico...punted 7 times for an average of 43.9 yards per punt and landed 3 punts inside the 20 ...punted 4 times for an average of 44.8 yards at BYU...averaged 47.2 yards per punt on 4 attempts including a 61 yarder against Utah...made 3 punts for an average of 47.0 yards against Air Force and landed 1 inside the 20 to earn MWC special teams player of the week honors...punted 3 times for an average of 46.3 yards per punt against Nevada...had 6 punts for an average of 43.7 yards including a 55 yarder against Minnesota...punted 4 times for an average of 45.2 ypp at Colorado.

2004 (Red Shirt Freshman):
Punted 2 averaging 45.5 yards per punt including a career-best 50-yard boot against UNLV...made first collegiate appearance against USC hitting 2 punts for an average of 40.5 ypp.

2003: Redshirted.

Northglenn High School:
Three-year starter and letterwinner...named to all-state team as a senior...two-time all-conference performer...earned nine varsity letter awards including three each in football, basketball, and baseball...prep coach was Scott Gallas...three-time football all- conference selection...played quarterback, tight end, and punter in football, forward in basketball, and pitched and played the infield in baseball...named to all-Colorado team in 2002, a list of the state's top players regardless of classification...averaged 45.2 yards per punt as a senior...led team to league crown and into the second round of the playoffs...selected to the Student Sports Magazine prep All-American team...two-time all-state player and conference player of the year in baseball.

Born Aug. 16, 1984 in Denver, Colo...son of Jim and Brenda Kaylor of Northglenn...has one sister...full name: James William Kaylor IV...majoring health and exercise science with a minor in business.