The Final Kick: January 28th

Some articles and kicking news from the week of January 28th

Tide’s Shelley among instructors at Team Jackson Kicking Clinic
Dothan Eagle
Jeremy Shelley has walked in the same “kicking” shoes as those he worked with on Saturday during the Team Jackson Kicking Clinic at Houston Academy. “We (college kickers) were all here at some point,” Shelley said, referring to his days as a prep 

 

Football recruiting: Tide looks to get a kick out of Griffith
Montgomery Advertiser
He was on a visit the day Crimson Tide specialists missed four of six kicks in the 9-6 overtime loss to LSU. It made an impact. “I think for the first time there, he felt the pressure of being a collegekicker,” said Hal Lamb, Griffith’s high school 

Son in the Super Bowl
Jackson Clarion Ledger
“He doesn’t look at the pressure of a kick the same way you or I would, simply because he’s been doing it for so long.” At 6-foot-1 and 215 pounds, Stephen is not your average NFL kicker, which is to say he has never uttered the words – seriously, 

Ex-Vacaville High School standout Leenders kicking at Montana State
TheReporter.com
By Matt Miller/MMiller@TheReporter.com Going to college in Montana with a campus resting 5000 feet above sea level can get a bit chilly, but there is definitely a bright side for a place kicker like Keith Leenders. “That’s nice for kicking,” he said.

 

Gonsalves breaks down Cundiff’s miss
Gloucester Daily Times
Gloucester native and current Essex resident Rick Gonsalves, an NFL kicking historian who has helped countless local kickers at his Cape Ann Kicking Academy for 37 years, broke down the missed kick for the Gloucester Times this week.

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