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Long-Time Student Starts New Role as Kicking Coach

Pat Davis, long-time student and Kicking World camp coach enters new role as kicking coach serving the NJ & NYC region. The 4 year starting kicker at Pace University brings energy and intensity to the team.

Kicking World is excited to announce that long-time student and camp coach Pat Davis will start a new role as our regional kicking coach in New Jersey servicing our abundant NYC/North Jersey and Central/South Jersey corridors. Pat is wrapping up his last year at Pace University having served as their 4-year starting kicker on athletic scholarship. Davis set many kicking records at his HS alma mater Lacey Township HS in NJ having kicked 3 field goals in one game. He later achieved the same feat in his junior season at Pace.

Pat has studied under Coach Brent as a student since the 8th grade for over 9 years now and has proven an asset as a student coach at our camps the last 3 seasons.

“We’ve piloted having Pat hold lessons over the last month with some of our regulars and all of the feedback has been extremely positive, so we pulled the trigger and made the move official this week. I’m very proud of Pat having coached him since 8th grade. He’s super reliable, hard-working, brings a sense of intensity and urgency to his instruction, and is good with kids. We’re not sure where his post-graduate life will take him, but we look forward to having Pat continue to grow in the Kicking World organization for as long as he can.”

-Brent Grablachoff, owner of Kicking World

Patrick Davis will serve as a Kicking World kicking coach handling our very popular North Jersey/NYC and Central/South Jersey regions. Coach Brent will still make quarterly visits as he’s done since moving away from NJ close to 15 years ago. Having Pat locally running lessons for us will help keep our students accountable and on track throughout the year and in between our multiple kicking camps in NJ/NY/PA.

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