Signing Day: Kickers & Punters (San Diego Kicking)

Local San Diego Atletes Sign to Colleges

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

February 3rd, 2010 – SAN DIEGO, CA – Former Minnesota Vikings kicker and the second leading scorer in Boston College football history and former San Diego Shockwave kicker (NIFL) John Matich, announced today that five local athletes signed letter of intent to play college football. Matich and his professional staff of football coaches will host a luncheon at the San Diego Hall of Champions to commemorate their accomplishments.
Southern California and San Diego has always been a hotbed for recruiting kicking talent.  The 2009 class is headlined by several local standouts that include:

Mike Gruber – Christian HS – Nebraska at Kearny
Joe Cardona – Granite Hills HS – Navy
Jon Wells – Cathederal Catholic HS – Stanford

A few more are expected to sign in the coming weeks.
For more information about The Kicking System and their full schedule of events, log on to: https://kickingsystem.com/.

Coach Matich and The Kicking System have gained a national reputation from many top college football programs as arguably the most elite football kicking development system in the county.

On February 3rd (5-7pm) at the Hall of Champions in Balboa Park, The Kicking System will have a luncheon for kickers and punters in San Diego. This awards ceremony will include a speech from The Kicking System owner, John Matich.

For more information or to register to participate in

The Kicking System

John Matich  (619) 994-2364
john@kickingsystem.com

Published by The Kicking System

San Diego Football Football Kicking Coach and Soccer Coach. Private Lessons, Kicking Camps, SoCal Recruiting expert (619) 994-2364

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