Davis Price was my first-ever client back in 2014. He had one of the most explosive legs I had ever encountered, paired with an ability to control his body. We still work together in the offseason and I look forward to what his future has in store.
HIGH SCHOOL: At Evergreen High School, Davis Price earned first-team All-State honors at both placekicker and punter as a junior and senior, as well as earning first-team All-Metro North League honor both seasons (kicker; at punter, he was first-team as a senior and second-team as a junior). As a senior, he converted 37-of-38 extra points and 12-of-17 field goals (long of 47), scoring 73 total points. He saw 55 of his 63 kickoffs go for touchbacks (87.3 percent), with his first 27 going into the end zone or beyond before one was returned. Davis averaged 34.3 yards for 32 punts (long of 51), with 10 inside-the-20. As a junior, he was 52-of-53 on PAT kicks and 12-of-19 on field goal tries (long of 44), scoring 88 total points. He kicked off 75 times, 39 going for touchbacks (52 percent) and owned a 33.6 average for 26 punts (52 long, 12 inside-the-20). Davis saw spot duty as a sophomore, with 10 of 26 kickoffs going for touchbacks and punted twice. Overall, he scored 161 points (89-of-91 PAT, 24-of-36 FG) and saw 63 percent of his kickoffs earn touchbacks (104 of 164).
Top Games: As a senior, he scored 16 points in a 40-8 win over Holy Family (4-of-4 on extra points, 4-of-4 field goals including his career-long kick of 47 yards); In a 48-7 win over Weld Central, he scored 12 points (6-6 PAT, 2-2 FG) and also had all eight of his kickoffs go for touchbacks. As a junior in a 39-22 win over Northridge, he scored 13 points (4-4 PAT, 3-4 FG), and he also had 13 in a 55-14 win over Thomas Jefferson (7-7 PAT, 2-2 FG). Under Coach Rob Molhom, Evergreen High School was 9-3 his senior year, 11-1 his junior season and 8-3 his sophomore campaign. EHS was the Metro North champions twice and the Metro West titlists as a sophomore (16-0 in conference play those three years combined). Davis also lettered in rugby (flyhalf), earning first-team All-State honors in leading Evergreen to the 2014 state title and in baseball (second baseman). He was inducted into Evergreen’s High School Hall of Fame his senior year. (Source: https://cubuffs.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=11745)
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO BOULDER: 2017 (Sophomore) — Davis handled all but one of the teams 65 kickoffs on the year. 26 of his kickoffs went through or over the end zone, and he had 40 touchbacks on the year. He recorded one assisted tackle and also saw 10 of his first 12 kickoffs to start the season go for touchbacks (and one of those that wasn’t a touchback – it came from the 20 after a penalty and CU’s coverage team tackled the returner at the 17-yard line). Opposing teams’ average starting field position after kickoffs was 19.92. (Source: https://cubuffs.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=11745)
2016 (Freshman) — Davis saw action in eight games after giving up a potential redshirt year due to injuries. He was 4-of-6 on field goal tries, connected on 26-of-27 PATs and scored 38 points. He also kicked off a total of 14 times, five of which went for touchbacks. Davis saw his first career action at Oregon, becoming the fourth true freshmen to play at CU on the year. He had six kickoffs in the Oregon victory with one touchback and the Ducks only averaged 19.4 yards per return on his kickoffs. The very next weekend against Oregon State, Davis made his first career field goal attempt from 54 yards – a kick that was the longest in the nation in 2016 by a freshman, as well as the CU record for the longest field goal made by a freshman and a first-ever field goal made (by any class). For his efforts in the game, where he successfully connected on all five PAT attempts and two field goals (the other was from 22 yards), Davis was named the Pac-12 Special Teams Player of the Week (the first time since 2011 that a Buff received conference special teams player of the week honors). The next week at USC, he connected on a 42-yard field goal with 4:49 left in the fourth quarter to pull the Buffs within four, 21-17. A recruited walk-on, Davis joined the team for summer workouts in June and was pressed into duty the fourth game of the season due to the season-ending injury to Diego Gonzalez. (Source: https://cubuffs.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=11745)
Evan Price and I started working together in 2016. He has a very smooth approach compiled with an explosive finish. Through hard work and dedication, he was able to reach the D1 level. Evan and I still work together in the offseason, where he continues to progress. Watch for big things to come from him at CU Boulder.
HIGH SCHOOL: Evan was named first-team All-State kicker as a senior and honorable mention All-State as a junior. During his senior season in 2017, Evan connected on a 53-yard field goal in a 22-19 win against Northridge. The following week, he set a new school record by making a 54-yard field goal in a 16-15 win over Lewis-Palmer. 11-of-14 on field goal tries and 30-of-33 on PATs his senior season while helping lead his team to a 9-2 record.
High School: One of the top punters in the nation at Ponderosa High School under Coach Jaron Cohen. Isaac was 2018 US Army All-American Bowl selection. He helped Ponderosa High to 9-2 record as a senior, and he is rated 4.5 stars by Chris Sailer Kicking. Issac is No. 5 ranked punter nationally as well as the following: 2017 TOP 12 Camp Invitee; 2017 Vegas XXIX Punt Finalist; 2017 Vegas XXIX Field Goal Finalist; 2017 TOP 12 Day 2 Punting Champion; 2017 TOP 12 Member; 2016 and 2017 ProKicker.com Top Prospect Award winner. He is ranked No. 5 nationally by 247 Sports and No. 13 in Colorado. Isaac had 59 touchbacks on 67 kickoffs as a senior and punted 22 times in 2017 with an average of 41.3 yards. He also converted 9-of-13 field goal attempts with a long of 58 yards.
2017: Jack redshirted the 2017 season and was a walk-on who joined the program during the season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Punter and kicker for head coach David Leake at Evergreen High School, Jack was an all-conference punter who made 6-of-7 field goals and did not miss an extra point. He was a one-year football and two-year soccer letter winner. Jack was also a four-year member of the club hockey team and played soccer his first three years, quit to join the football team as a wide receiver and took over as the team’s punter and kicker (final 3 games). He acquired a three-time first team academic all-state and silver honor roll member.
HIGH SCHOOL: Ponderosa High School
COLLEGE: Presentation College
HIGH SCHOOL (PALMER RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL): Josh was a All-GazettePreps.com First Team selection at kicker and a member of Colorado Class 3A State Championship team in 2017.
COLLEGE: Fort Hays State University