Top High School Kickers to Watch in Knoxville Area

Top Knoxville area high school football kickers to watch in 2023 season Info
With spring football wrapping up, the 2023 TSSAA season approaches. Here are the top kickers and punters to watch in the Knoxville area this fall based on past performance and recruiting rankings.

Tyler Radcliffe, Anderson County (Sr.): The 4.5-star kicker averaged 36.1 yards per punt and had 68 touchbacks last season, starting 15 games.

Gavin Thomas, Carter (So.): Thomas scored over 40 points on PATs and field goals as a freshman in 2022.

Quinton Stone, Christian Academy of Knoxville (Sr.): The 4.5-star punter earned 55-60 yards per kick in spring Kohl’s Kicking Camp.

Quinton Brandon, Greeneville (Jr.): Brandon had 22 punts for 36.3 yards average and 35 touchbacks on 81 kickoffs last season, earning All-Region 1-4A honors.

Blake Dawson, Karns (Sr.): Dawson was 47 of 48 on PATs and 3 of 3 on field goals in 2022, also averaging 35 yards on 30 punts.

Clay Fultz, Knoxville Webb (So.): Fultz made 37 of 39 PATs and 2 of 3 field goals as a freshman.

Spencer Sullins, McMinn County (Sr.): The 5-star punter earned Division I offers after averaging over 40 yards per punt last season.

Dylan Stooksbury, Powell (Jr.): Stooksbury averaged 41.1 yards per punt and was 51 of 56 on PATs in 2022.

Brennan Teutimez, Sweetwater (Sr.): The Region 3-3A Kicker of the Year looks to build on a strong junior campaign.

Western schools traditionally produce top kickers and punters, and 2023 appears no exception. Players like Radcliffe, Sullins and Stone seem poised for big senior seasons, while underclassmen Fultz, Stooksbury and others emerged as ones to watch for seasons to come.

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