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Husted Kicking Will Hold a National Camp Series (NCS) Evaluation Event for High School Kickers, Punters and Snappers in Minneapolis, MN, on December, 29, 2012, According to Kicking Coach Michael Husted

December 28, 2012

Husted Kicking will hold a National Camp Series (NCS) evaluation event for high school kickers, punters and snappers in Minneapolis, MN, on December, 29, 2012 according to Camp Director kicking coach Michael Husted.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 27, 2012

Husted Kicking will hold a National Camp Series (NCS) evaluation event for high school kickers, punters and snappers in Minneapolis, MN, on December, 29, 2012 according to Camp Director kicking coach Michael Husted.

Go here for more information about the Husted Kicking Minneapolis, MN, NCS evaluation event.

Husted is a retired 9 year NFL Kicker.

His consistency on field goals and power on kick offs won him the job as an undrafted rookie. Michael went on to have a successful rookie season where he was named to Football Digest´s All Rookie team.

During his time with the Tampa Bay Bucs, Michael established several records including:

•All-time leading scorer (502 pts.)

•Longest field goal (57 yards)

•Most 50+ field goals (10)

Husted kicking coach Brady Beeson will be spearheading this event.

In his one season as a starter at the University of St. Thomas, Beeson recorded 79 points, set three school records, and helped the Tommies reach an 11-2 season record, and the D3 national quarterfinals. Beeson went and went 5-for-5 in field goals in his three NCAA playoff games. He helped St. Thomas gain its first NCAA playoff berth in 19 seasons.

In the first-round game on the road he converted all three field-goal chances (37, 41 and 42 yards) to help UST post a 43-21 victory over 10-0 Monmouth. In round two, he kicked field goals of 25 and 24 yards in a 34-7 victory over Coe.

Beeson made impressive strides in his first season as a starter as he converted 7-of-11 field goals and 58-of-63 PAT kicks on an 11-2 team. He made 9-of-9 PATs in a win at Hamline. Only two of his nine season misses weren´t tipped or blocked. Beeson still holds the school record in points in a season (79), PAT´s in a season (58) and PAT´s in a game (9).

Husted adds the NCS is not just about player rankings, but quality coaching as well.

“NCS Associates are some of the best kicking coaches in the country,” says Husted. “NCS coaches provide the highest quality instruction to high school kicking specialists around the country. And that is why I am happy to have Brady Beeson as a Husted Kicking coach.”

Husted says 2012 has shaped is shaping up to be the best year yet for the National Camp Series.

“After a strong 2011, and having introduced our Kicking IndeX (KIX) Player Rating System, we are positioned extremely well to leverage analytics to showcase our athletes, and to provide ℠objective high school kicking specialists statistics’ to college and university coaches,” he says.

Husted says that by utilizing its Kicking IndeX (KIX) Player Rating System, NCS provides an objective evaluation platform for student-athletes who want to showcase their capabilities to colleges and universities for recruiting purposes.

By sorting through over six years of historical event data, the KIX system determines a kicker´s rankings by cross-referencing player data to determine how the athletes stack up against others, both presently and historically.

“The NCS levels the playing field for those who don’t want to get caught up in all of the ‘politics’ that occurs in the kicking industry,” says Husted. “If you can kick, punt or snap, the NCS KIX system will let a young kicking specialist´s skills speak for themselves. No excuses. No explanations.”

Go here for more information about the Husted Kicking NCS evaluation event in Minneapolis, MN, on December 29, 2012.

Go here for more information about the National Camp Series and the dates and location of upcoming NCS events.

Go here for the NCS Kicking Coach Directory.

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