1. 39 Kohl's College Athletes Make Groza and Ray Guy Award Watch Lists

2018 Elite Camp

Posted July 26, 2018 | Bret

We want to congratulate these Kohl's Kicking Attendees on making the Ray Guy Award Preseason Watchlist. A total of 39 Kohl's Kicking Camp attendees have made the national watch lists.

Ray Guy Award

Adam Nunez (TCU)

AJ Cole (NC State)

Alex Kinney (Colorado)

Anthony Lotti (Wisconsin)

Austin Seibert (Oklahoma)

Bailey Cate (Old Dominion)

Blake Gillikin (Penn State)

Caleb Lightbourn (Nebraska)

Corey Fatony (Missouri)

Corliss Waitman (South Alabama)

Derek Adams (Kent State)

Drue Chrisman (Ohio State)

Jake Bailey (Stanford)

Jake Hartbarger (Michigan State)

Joe Schopper (Purdue)

Logan Tyler (Florida State)

Matt Bonadies (Middle Tennessee)

Pressley Harvin III (Georgia Tech)

Ryan Stonehouse (Colorado State)

Sterling Hofrichter (Syracuse)


Lou Groza Award

JJ Molson (UCLA)

Austin Seibert (Oklahoma)

Matt Ammendola (Oklahoma State)

Connor Martin (Baylor)

John Baron II (San Diego State)

Jose Borregales (FIU)

Wyatt Bryan (Colorado State)

Emmit Carpenter (Minnesota)

Bryce Crawford (San Jose State)

Greg Huegal (Clemson)

Rafael Gaglianone (Wisconsin)

Tucker McCann (Missouri)

Ricky Aguayo (Florida State)

Daniel LaCamera (Texas A&M)

Blanton Creque (Louisville)

Louie Zervos (Ohio)

Jameson Vest (Toledo)

Evan Pantels (UNLV)

Justin Yoon (Notre Dame)



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