AMBASSADORS OF PRO COLLEGE FOOTBALL
NFL STANDOUT ALUMNI
FREE AGENT KICKERwas the First Round pick of the Oakland Raiders and Sports Illustrated Kicker of the Century - Oakland Raiders currently all time leading scorer and franchise record field goal 61 yards in 2009 on a cold day vs Browns breaking his previous team mark of 57 yards vs Jets in 2008 - was a game winner over Jets 2009. First contract exceeded 3 million & Last contract in the 10 million ballpark.
"I love this Guy"...Sebastian Janikwoski quoted from the Modesto Bee Story on Paul Assad "He's Their Kick Doctor"
"Thanks for all your help trough the years with all of my guys"
Paul Healy, Sports Attorney/Agent (Sebastian Janikowski, First Round Draft Pick Oakland Raiders, All Time Raiders Career Scoring Leader already, Club Record 57 field goal was a game winner in 2009 vs Jets, Sports Illustrated Kicker of the Century and Jeff Chandler, 4th Round Pick 49ers formely Univ. Florida All Time Great Kickers)
Garrett Hartley, Oklahoma Free Agent
*He made his first 16 field goals attempts, setting an NFL record for consecutive field goals to start a career.
*He has been perfect in five postseason contests, drilling eight-of-eight field goals and 15-of-15 PATs.
*He’s the club’s all-time leading scorer in the postseason with 39 points.
*He kicked a career-long with a 52-yard FG on Monday night, Dec. 27.2010, at Atlanta.
*He was a high school teammate of LS Justin Drescher at Carroll (Southlake, Tex.) High School.
#47 Justin Drescher
*He was signed as a free agent by the Saints in late November 2010.
*He served as the team’s long snapper for the final six regular season games and postseason contest.
*He was the long snapper for the Buffaloes for all four of his collegiate seasons in Boulder, appearing in 49 games.
*He was a high school teammate of QB Chase Daniel and K Garrett Hartley at Carroll (Southlake, Tex.) High School.
Clint Stitser, Cincinnati Bengals - Fresno State 2010 Kicker for the Bengals formerly a WAC Standout at Fresno State and also played Pre Season for the New York Jets and Seattle Seahawks in 2010.
Hometown: Reno, NV
High School: Reno Mcqueen
Height / Weight: 6/1 200
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
Shane Andrus, Murray State - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2009 Fall Starter on 53 man Roster replacing Adam Vinatieri
who's still out with injury. He played for the Colts, Bucs and finished the regular season with the 49ers in 2009.
WASHINGTON REDSKINS PUNTER 2009
"..Your best chance is to follow the path of my clients and that is to work extensively with Paul Assad to be ready to impress the scouts. Virtually every NFL team takes note when I call and recommend clients with specific references and evaluations from Paul"
Mark Mersel, Certified NFLP Representative clients have and do include: (Reggie Hodges, Jets / Pat MacDonald, Panthers - LS, Garrett Hartley, Saints K, Glenn Pakulak, Saints K, Ken Parrish, Eagles P, Adam Graessele, Packers P, Alex Romero, 49ers)
TENNESSEE TITANS PUNTER 2009
...We worked together on it. I’m coach-able, I listened and it helped. (last year)
“I’m much more consistent now. He cleaned up my swing at the ball, he helped me get rid of some things technically that I was doing wrong. I’m not extending so much energy going after the ball as I used to, so I’m able to kick the ball much more easily. I’m a lot more under control now.”
See Story: Podlesh Among NFL's Top 2007 Draft Prospects
Pittsford's Podlesh eagerly awaits draft day
....my punting technique was self-taught," Podlesh says. "I tried to pick up what I could by watching guys on television. Coach Assad taught me some really useful techniques that helped me both with distance and accuracy. From that point on, I began to feel that punting, not placekicking, was going to be what I would do at the next level."
Thomas Morstead, SMU Punter / Kicker
Drafted out of SMU has been one of the best Punters and Kick Off Specialist in the League as a Rookie with New Orleans. Had a 69 yard punt and was outstanding kicking off in the first round of the playoffs and saw action in the NFC Championship.
*In his two years with the Saints, he has a gross average of 44.7 on 115 punts with a 37.2 net avg.
*He has booted 37 kickoffs in the end zone for touchbacks.
*The ball for the onside kick that he successfully executed in Super Bowl XLIV is currently in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
*He pinned 21 punts inside the 20-yard line in 2010.
*He ranked third in the NFC and sixth in the NFL with a 45.9 gross average and fifth in the NFC with a 38.4 net in 2010.
Jake Ingram, Hawaii- New England Patriots Long Snapper #57
SIGNED TO ORLANDO UFL 2009
Matt Bryant, Tampa Bay Bucs kicked the 3rd longest field goal of NFL History making a 62 yard field goal as time expired in 2006 to lift Tampa Bay to victory and was former Rookie Scoring Leader and All Rookie Team with the NY Giants.
Bryan Pittman, Houston Texans Long Snapper - Discovered at the Pro College Football Free Agent NFL Development Camp and Combine Showcase - Signed by the Cleveland Browns and started that season and ever since for the Houston Texans.
Chris Kluwe, Minnesota Vikings - Trained and scholarshiped to UCLA thru Pro College Football.
NFL's Leading Scorer - 2007 Regular Season and his two year scoring mark of 268 points has never been done before by an NFL player.
* PRO COLLEGE FOOTBALL NFL ALUMNI
NFL's Top Draft Prospect Mason Crosby, Univ. Colorado<>
Hot Rod Williams Set a New York Giants Team Record 90 yard punt in his Pro Debute on Monday Night Football. Find out which camps he'll be at. Already, has been assisting Pro Level Instruction in Mobile, Nashville and Las Vegas and should be the host of the Atlanta Regional Camp this summer.
| San Diego punter Mike Scifres has put more then half his punts inside the 20-yard-line and some think he could be the NFL's All Time Best Punters|
James Tuthill, Redskins Kicker
NFC Player of the Week
NFL Europa Standout
Billy Cundiff, Browns Kicker
Former Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints
Tied NFL Single Game Field Goal Record (7)
Shoes in Canton Hall of Fame
Leads NFL Touchbacks in 2010
Owen Pochman, 49ers, Giants - BYU's All Time Scorer after career drafted in the 7th round by the New England Patriots then playing for the New York Giants and handled mostly Kick Off duties and then 49ers and Ravens.
Jose Cortez, NFL Kicker - Oregon State - Played for the 49ers, Vikings, Cowboys, Colts, Redskins and the XFL.
Chris Jacke, NFL Kicker - Boosted the Cardinals to the Playoffs for the first time in franchise history with a 52 yard field goal. One of the all time career accurate kickers for the NFL with a great career in Green Bay.
Scott Bentley, Florida State - Broncos Kicker
Former Sports Illustrated Cover Player
PRO COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER ALUMNI DRAFTED IN UFL
Ken Parrish, - Omaha UFL - E. Stroudsburg #2 Punter / Kickoff Specialist & Holder
FREE AGENT PROSPECT
Justin Brantly, Omaha UFL Texas A & M Punter Sr. 2008
6/3 225 lbs.
UFL OMAHA 2010
LS - Matt Overton, Western Washington 07
SIGNED SEAHAWKS 2010
Signed UFL Orlando 10/29/2009
Adam Graessle, Pitt - Punter Free Agent
TOP NFL PROSPECT -
SIGNED STEELERS 2010
UFL CALIFORNIA REDWOODS 2009
SIGNED GREEN BAY PACKERS 2009
K - P Jacas, Andrew, Fort Valley Kicker - Punter Las Vegas UFL
ARENA AND CANADIAN ALUMNI TO BE ADDED STILL
- Aaron Elling, Falcons, Vikings
- Steve Lindsey, Jaguars - Mississippi
- Hayden Epstein, Jaguars / Vikings- Former Top Recruiting Prospect
- J. R. Jenkins, Ravens / AFL Detroit / NFL Europa K
- Jim Tarle, Jaguars / AF2 K
- Chris Jacke, Packers / Cardinals K *(Top 10)
- Jay Feelay, Dolphins / Giants / Falcons K
- Tim Sedar, Cowboys / AFL K
- Filip Flipovic, Cowboys / Bears P
- Chris Hanson, Jaguars (All Pro) P
- Dallas Neil, Falcons P
- Kris Heppner, Seahawks / Redskins K / AFL LA
- Jared Holmes, Giants / NFL Europa K
- Remy Hamilton, Twice Named AFL * $$ (AFL #1)
- Jason Wells, Dallas Desperados * (AFL #1)
- Carlos Huerta, San Jose Sabercats / NFL / CFL K
- Jeff Hall, Rams K (4th)
- Pat Flemming, Hamilton CFL P
- Taylor Inglis, Edminton Eskimos LS
- Noel Prefontain, CFL Montreal P *$$ CFL
- Sandro De Angelis, Calgary *$$ CFL
- Clinton Greathouse, Calgary CFL P/K
- Gary Kral, Arizona
- Ken Hinsley, Philadelphia Soul AFL K
- Dan Frantz, San Jose AFL K
- Keith Gispert, AFL
- Ignacio Brache, AFL Arizona /LA
- Scott Cannon, AFL Arizona
- McKenzie Hoembrecker, AFL / NFL PS
- Anthony Brenner, (AFL #1)
- Ryan Dutton, Amsterdam World Bowl Champions / Cleveland PS
- Tim Morgan, Frankfurt Galaxy Punter / Green Bay, Tampa Bay Camps
- Greg Gundersen, Utah Blaze Arena
- Jason Ball, Arena League
Bullock Bags Senior Bowl 2012 See Website
Groza Winner - Bullock Adds Two More All-America Honors to RésuméFIRST AGGIE LOU GROZA WINNER FOR COLLEGE FOOTBALL'S MOST OUTSTANDING KICKER & NAMED COLLEGE FOOTBALL'S WALTER CAMP AWARD WINNER 2011
PRO COLLEGE FOOTBALL ALUMNI THAT WERE PAST GROZA WINNERS
|Sebastian Janikowski, 1999 & 1998 - Florida State University|
|Sebastian Janikowski became the first two-time winner of the Lou Groza Award in 1999. Janikowski was successful on 23 of 30 field goal attempts and was perfect on 47 extra points tries, leading his Florida State Seminoles to the National Championship. He booted five field goals in a game against North Carolina State and hit the game-winner against Clemson in a 17-14 victory. After the season, Janikowski decided to forego his senior year of eligibility and entered the NFL Draft, where the Oakland Raiders took him with the 17th pick of the first round of the 2000 Draft. He ended his career in Tallahassee as the third-leading scorer in FSU history with 324 points.|
|Arthur Carmody, 2006 - University of Louisville|
|Carmody kicked the football extremely accurately during the 2006 season. On three separate occasions this year, Carmody was a perfect 3-for-3 in field goals, helping his team win all three games. He made 21 of 25 field goals and was successful on all of his 60 PAT attempts. The best highlight of the seasons may have been Louisville's first appearance in a BCS bowl. Carmody helped lead Louisville to its first FedEx Orange Bowl victory as the Cardinals defe|
|Michael Reeder, 1995 - Texas Christian University|
|Michael Reeder became the first sophomore to win the Lou Groza Award after a 1995 season that saw him kick 23 field goals, a Texas Christian record, as well as 20 extra points. Reeder further entrenched himself in the long annuals of TCU football by making a school record 13 consecutive field goals. He did not miss a field goal inside of 39 yards, and was often called the Horned Frogs’ security blanket. For his efforts, Reeder was named a consensus All-American. Reflecting on his magical 1995 season, Reeder said, "It means that for at least one year, I was the best college kicker in the country. The countless hours of practice paid off."|
|Steve McLaughlin, 1994 - University of Arizona|
|Steve McLaughlin finished his four-year career at the University of Arizona by finally winning the 1994 Lou Groza Award. The record-setting Wildcat finished the year making 23 field goals and earned All-American honors. McLaughlin displayed his accuracy by making all 26 extra points that he attempted. He also liked to showcase his explosiveness, as he made field goals from 53 and 54 yards away. McLaughlin tied a school record by kicking at least three field goals in four games. McLaughlin finished his career in Tucson by placing third on the school’s all-time scoring chart with 278 points. The St. Louis Rams drafted him in the third round of the 1995 NFL Draft.|
RAY GUY WINNERS:
Kevin Stempke, Wisconsin