1. 2026 National punter Ratings

We only evaluate campers that we have personally seen at a Kohl's camp. In order to assure yourself a ranking you must attend a Kohl's Showcase camp or the Scholarship camp.

When ranking we ask the question, "If there was a college game today, is this athlete ready to help a college team win?". We look at the camp charts and take into account the different conditions at each camp. We also look strongly at how an athlete performs in drill work when they know they are being evaluated and graded. We see how they handle pressure and react in the camp competitions. We see certain athletes multiple times a year and try to grade them on their average performance.

Kohl's sees more athletes than anyone else in America at our 135 events.

There will be over 300 Kohl's high school seniors playing college football next season. There are many good prospects at the 4.0 and 4.5 star levels that will start in college in the future.

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* Designates preferred walk-on status
RankNameStateCoach ObservationsCommitted
Andrews, Aiden GA
Andrews recently competed at the Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp in July of 2022. He had an impressive overall camp on all three disciplines for a 2026 specialist. He made 13 points on field goals, scored 83.9 on kickoffs, and scored a 80.9 during the punt charting phase of camp. Andrews has a…
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Andrews recently competed at the Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp in July of 2022. He had an impressive overall camp on all three disciplines for a 2026 specialist. He made 13 points on field goals, scored 83.9 on kickoffs, and scored a 80.9 during the punt charting phase of camp. Andrews has a solid foundation to build upon over the upcoming years.
    Cory, KalebTX
    Cory attended his first Kohl's ranking event in October of 2022 in Dallas, Texas. He competed on all three disciplines and showed good natural skill for a 2026 prospect. He hit multiple 50+ yard kickoffs, made 5 points on field goals, and demonstrated good consistency on punts with multiple 30+ yard
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    Cory attended his first Kohl's ranking event in October of 2022 in Dallas, Texas. He competed on all three disciplines and showed good natural skill for a 2026 prospect. He hit multiple 50+ yard kickoffs, made 5 points on field goals, and demonstrated good consistency on punts with multiple 30+ yard hits. Cory has a bright future ahead of him if he continues to refine his technique and focus on the details required to be dominant.
      Hewitt, Jonathan OH
      Hewitt recently competed at the Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp in July of 2022. He had the second top charting portions at the event for the 2026 class with 23 points made out of 33. He has great command of his ball striking and we are excited to see how far he takes his craft over the upcoming…
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      Hewitt recently competed at the Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp in July of 2022. He had the second top charting portions at the event for the 2026 class with 23 points made out of 33. He has great command of his ball striking and we are excited to see how far he takes his craft over the upcoming years. Hewitt displayed some of his high potential talent at the 2021 Kohl's National Scholarship Camp. He was able to put together some strong charting stats, scoring 12 points in his field goal charting, a 78.7 average score on kickoffs and have several punts over 3.2 seconds of hang time. Hewitt has good control over his body and as he continues to grow and add strength, he will be an exciting prospect to watch in his class!
        Krisiloff, Van IN
        Krisiloff attended his first Kohl's ranking event in October of 2022 in Dallas, Texas. He was very impressive during the field goal charting phase of camp with 9 points made and also hit multiple 58-yard kickoffs which allowed us to see he has good natural strength. He punted multiple 40-yard punts…
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        Krisiloff attended his first Kohl's ranking event in October of 2022 in Dallas, Texas. He was very impressive during the field goal charting phase of camp with 9 points made and also hit multiple 58-yard kickoffs which allowed us to see he has good natural strength. He punted multiple 40-yard punts and gave us the opportunity to see that his skill is above his age and if continues to grow and develop he could be a top prospect in the 2026 class.
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          RankNameStateCoach ObservationsCommitted
          Taylor, BryantMI
          Taylor recently competed at the Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp in July of 2022. He was consistent in his ball striking and showed us what he is capable of. As he continues to grow and develop his technique he will be ready to compete with athletes ranked ahead of him because he has the natural…
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          Taylor recently competed at the Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp in July of 2022. He was consistent in his ball striking and showed us what he is capable of. As he continues to grow and develop his technique he will be ready to compete with athletes ranked ahead of him because he has the natural ability to be a top speciliast in his class.
            Torres, JeremiahIL
            Torres competed during the 2022 Kohl’s Midwest Spring Spring Showcase where he showed great potential for a young prospect. He displayed good mechanics and overall body control which is key in his development. Torres will continue to see steady improvements as he continues to add more strength and
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            Torres competed during the 2022 Kohl’s Midwest Spring Spring Showcase where he showed great potential for a young prospect. He displayed good mechanics and overall body control which is key in his development. Torres will continue to see steady improvements as he continues to add more strength and flexibility.

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