• The following camps are our exposure and instructional camps that are OPEN TO ALL levels of Long Snappers and will offer you the top exposure in the country. You do NOT need to be invited to the camps listed below.

    To register for a Rubio Long Snapping camp, please go HERE

    All EXACT camp locations are located on the registration pages.


    SPRING 2018

    Sunday, March 4th - Los Angeles, California

    Sunday, March 11th - Charlotte, North Carolina 

    Sunday, March 18th - Seattle, Washington  

    Sunday, March 25th - New Jersey*

    Sunday, March 25th - Phoenix, Arizona*

    Saturday, April 7th - Chicago, Illinois (Indoor Venue)

    Sunday, April 22nd - Atlanta, Georgia

    Sunday, April 29th - Dallas, Texas 

    Friday, May 11th, 2018 - Sunday, May 13th - VEGAS XXXII


    *Sailer and Rubio will not be on site. Senior Instructors will lead the camp.

    For EXACT venues and locations, go to the REGISTRATION PAGE.

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    Blake Ferguson

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  • Kickers / Punters:

    JK Scott

    Freeman Jones
    North Carolina

    Cameron Gamble

    Gary Wunderlich
    Ole Miss

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  • Kickers / Punters:

    Sean Covington 

    Jed Barnett 

    Diego Gonzalez

    Jimmy Hutchinson 

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Player Rankings • Player Profile
Dillon Hayes • Class of 2018 • Long Snappers
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Dillon Hayes
Name: Dillon Hayes
Player Ranking:
Class Rank: 35
Grad Year: 2018
State: MS
Country: United States
Pro Team:
Height: 5'10
Weight: 210
GPA: 3.9
Student Since: 2014
Last Evaluation: 1/18
Player Review
Hayes did well at the Rubio Long Snapping VEGAS XXXI Event on January 12-14, 2018. Hayes is always one of the most accurate and consistent Long Snappers in his class, and this time was no different which was impressive since he was really under the weather (ER trip was even made). The fact that he was still able to be his normal snapping self is incredible considering what he was going through. Form is excellent, attitude is great and he is coachable. As stated, his accraucy and consistency are, easily, close to the best in the country. When Hayes is on, which is quite often, he is very, very on and can go on streak that doens't end until he wins the camp. Love to see Hayes focus on putting on size and strength to increase the speed of his ball and make him an even more viable college recruit. 

Hayes continued his streak of freakish (in a good way) accuracy at the Rubio Long Snapping Fall Camp in TX on November 12, 2017. Yet again, Hayes made it into the finals and was inches away from winning the whole thing...again. Body is thickening up and his snaps are the same at all times. Coaches will love his consistency. When he snaps the ball with full power and gets his eyes all the way through, he can be as dominant as he wants to be and easily one of the best in the country. 

Dillon was impressive at the Rubio Long Snapping NJ Fall Camp on October 8th, 2017. You can tell he is getting bigger and stronger by simply looking at him and by seeing him snap. Ball is coming back quick and under. 80 on a very consistent basis. Making sure he is relying on his lower half for speed and not his hands will increase his speed and eliminate any possible hitch and/or spiral issues. Smart Long Snapper that soaks in everything you tell him. He is always hovering in the finals and when gets hot, he easily crushes his opponents. Wouldn't surprise me at all to see him win VEGAS XXXI.

Dillon did really well at the Rubio Long Snapping TOP 12 Camp in Tampa, FL. Body is thickening up and his accuracy continues to remain off the charts. Remaining soft with his fingers will enable his spiral to remain at a college level. Ball is in the low .7s when he is on and can be very smooth. Increasing his overall strength and working on his footwork will push him even farther up the ladder. Kid is a workhorse and extremely coachable.


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Additional Information


TOP 12 CAMP invitee

2016 1st Team All-State

RSI (Rubio Standard Index) is a scoring process developed by Rubio Long Snapping that weighs the average speed of the snap along with points for accuracy on the Rubio Target. Bonus points are awarded for a superior range of snap times. 


2017 TX Fall Camp RSI: 42.67

2017 NJ Fall Camp RSI: 25.00

2017 GA Summer Camp RSI: 30.77

2017 NC Summer Camp RSI: 61.64

VEGAS 30 RSI: 27.16
VEGAS 30 40 Time: 5.45
VEGAS 30 Average 15 Yard Snap Speed: .77

2017 GA Spring Camp RSI: 3.30

2017 TX Spring Camp RSI: 44.32

VEGAS XXIX Average 15 Yard Snap Speed: .78 
VEGAS XXIX 40 Time: 5.37 
VEGAS XXIX RSI (Rubio Standard Index) from the Rubio Target: 55.41 

Average 15 yard Snap Speed at VEGAS XXVIII: .84
Score on The Rubio Target: 27/48
RSI (Rubio Standard Index) from The Rubio Target: 41.50
40 Time: 5.63

Average 15 yard Snap Speed at VEGAS XXVII: .79
Score on The Rubio Target: 11/48
RSI (Rubio Standard Index) from The Rubio Target: 12.68
40 Time: 5.86

Average 15 yard snap time at Vegas XXV: 1.00
Average 40 yard dash time at Vegas XXV: 6.39
RSI Vegas XXV: 9
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