Chris Sailer

Biography

Position: Punting & Kicking

Chris Sailer was an All-American kicker in high school for Notre Dame High School in California. He holds the high school national record for most field goals in a season with 22. After high school, Sailer accepted a full scholarship to UCLA and earned a starting role as a true freshman punter. After taking over the kicking duties as well, Chris would end up a 2x All-American as both a placekicker and punter. He was a finalist for the prestigious Lou Groza Award in 1997.

After UCLA, Sailer signed with the San Francisco 49ers in 1999. Sailer played five years in the Arena Football League and held the record for longest field goal (59 yards) in 2001. Currently, Sailer runs a successful kicking camp (Chris Sailer Kicking) and has helped numerous young kickers and punters improve their game and even take them to the next level.

Playing Career

  • College: UCLA
  • San Francisco 49ers (1999)
  • Arena Football League (2000-2005)

Coaching Career

  • Chris Sailer Kicking

Career Highlights

  • High School All-American
  • 2x All-American at UCLA as a place kicker and punter
  • Academic All-American
  • Holds UCLA record for longest field goal (56 yards)
  • AFL top 10 all time in both FG and PAT percentage

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