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Chris Boniol Kicking & Punting Camp San Antonio

Join Former Dallas Cowboy Chris Boniol and a outstanding staff!

Texas locations:
Austin - June 30; San Antonio - June 28; Keller - July 2; and Denton - July 6

For more information go to
or call 1-800-555-0801.

My son learned more from Chris Boniol than he did from his high school football coach in one year. Chris Boniol was a clutch kicker for the Dallas Cowboys and I think it is great that he takes time to share his knowledge and skill with young kickers and punters. Chris gives each camper very personalized instruction in kicking & punting. Chris Boniol signed with the Dallas Cowboys in 1994 and proved to be one of the most accurate and consistent kickers in the league. Boniol earned a reputation as one of the NFL's best big-game kickers.

During his three years in Dallas, Boniol became the first player in Cowboy's history to record three consecutive 100-point seasons with an 88.9% success rate on field goals. Boniol was a member of the Super Bowl XXX Championship team. He also had separate streaks of 27 and 28 consecutive field goals, including a NFL record 7 for 7 field goals in a game against the Green Bay Packers.

Boniol then went to the Philadelphia Eagles 1997, and after two years with the Eagles, he kicked for one more season with the Chicago Bears.

After six NFL seasons, Boniol retired with 567 points, 78.5% field goal accuracy, and two NFL records (most field goals in one game-7, and most field goals in a half-5). In addition to his NFL records, Boniol holds six Dallas Cowboy regular and post-season records. He proved to be a clutch kicker by connecting on eight game winning or game tying field goals in the last two minutes of regulation or overtime.

Chris has an amazing coaching staff lined up for this summer’s camps:

Richmond McGee, University of Texas

McGee was primarily a punter, but also handled kickoffs and kicked field goals at various times at the University of Texas. Punted for the Longhorns in the 2006 Rose Bowl, in which Texas defeated USC in the national championship game. Shared UT's Frank Denius Special Teams MVP award in 2003, earning the Special Teams Player of the Week award four times that season. In high school, McGee was a member of Garland's 1999 Texas 5A Division II State Championship team.

Ben Bell, University of Houston

Member of the 2005 Conference USA All-Freshmen Team. In 2006, Bell was named Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Week twice and finished the year All-Conference USA Second Team by the media. Is currently third all time in scoring at the University of Houston

Joey Biasatti, TCU

Joey Biasatti earned all-state honors as a punter and place kicker in high school, and then punted for TCU from 1999-2002, starting in his last three seasons. In 2001, he punted 65 times for an average of 42.4 yards per punt (33rd in the country), and posted a TCU bowl game-record 49.8 yard average on six punts in the Bowl game vs. Texas A&M.

Dary Stone, Baylor University
Dary Stone is a graduate of Baylor University. He walked on the Bears' football team as a freshman and eventually earned the starting position during his senior year. Dary finished his time at Baylor with an 83.3 field goal percentage.

Peter Licalzi, Trinity University

Kicked 30 out of 39 field goals during his career at Trinity (77%). Named to NCAA Division III First-Team All Conference in 2007 and Second-Team All Conference in 2008.

Brandon Stevens, ETBU

Brandon Stevens, Former Punter, Howard Payne University and East Texas Baptist University. In 2006 for Howard Payne University, Stevens was named First-Team All-ASC, punting 39 times for 1,515 yards (38.8 avg) with a long of 75 yards and 7 placed inside the 20 yard line. He also recorded 72 tackles, 2 interceptions, and 6 pass break ups while playing free safety in the same year. At East Texas Baptist University, Stevens was Named 2008 All-American Southwest Conference First Team, First-Team All-ASC and earned Second-Team All-South Region honors by

For more information go to
or call 1-800-555-0801.

You will practice and compete with other talented athletes. Being able to compare skills is a valuable learning experience. You will learn to thrive and survive in pressure situations. If you are trying to get an edge as a kicker or punter, this camp is for you! Chris' camp is for ages 10-21. His camp will give each participant personalized instruction in the disciplines of kicking & punting. Chris and his staff will work with the players to share the knowledge he has obtained in the professional arena. In addition, the staff is rounded out with specialized college coaches, high school coaches, and former college kickers & punters at the top of their field. In order to help each participant reach their fullest potential we provide them with the proper kicking & punting techniques.

*Participants will receive coaching from instructors who have experience in college and/or professional football.
*Individual instruction in kickoffs, field goal kicking, punting, flexibility and stretching are available.
*Observe demonstrations by specialists at the top of their field during technique sessions.
*Practice and compete with other talented athletes. Being able to compare skills is a valuable learning experience. Learn to thrive and survive in pressure situations.
*At our camps we work with each individual to answer any questions they may have and ensure participants are working to their maximum potential. We hope to educate our participants so they will be able to coach themselves.

Kickers will be instructed in the following areas:
*Field Goals and Extra Points
*How to minimize operation time without rushing the kicking motion
*Field goals from the hash
*Learning how to communicate with the holder
*Learn when to start the approach towards the kicking spot
*Correct approach steps

Kick Offs
*Onside kicks
*Directional kicking
*Hang time and distance
*Pooch kicks
*Correct approach steps

Punters will be instructed in the following areas:
*Correct way to catch a snap and drop the ball
*Hang time and distance
*Corner punts
*Punting out of the end zone
*Directional punting
*Punting with or against the wind
*Effective stepping patterns
*How to minimize operation time without rushing the punting motion

7:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Registration
8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Warm up, stretch, organize by age and skill level
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Lectures, kicking & punting instruction and practice drills
11:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Lunch will be provided
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Warm up, stretch, lectures, divide into small groups to work on field goals, kick offs and punting.

(A dual player can participate as a kicker in the morning, then as a punter in the afternoon)