Meet the Coaches
2018 McNeese Football Hall of Fame 75 year football team 2018 Preseason All-SLC 1st Team 2018 Phil Steele Preseason All-America 3rd Team 2018 Jim Downing Memorial Senior Scholarship Award 2017 Special Teams MVP 2017 AP All-America 2nd Team 2017 AFCA All-America 2nd Team 2017 Phil Steele All-America 4th Team 2017 All-SLC 1st Team 2017 All-Louisiana 2nd Team 2016-18 All Southland Conference All-Academic 2018: Led McNeese in Scoring and ranked #1 in the southland with most field goals. He went 16-21 with a long of 45 yards with THREE blocked. 2017: One of the top kickers in the nation after hitting 12 of 13 of his field goals and 27 of 28 extra point attempts… ranked No. 2 in the FCS in FG percentage at 92.3… his only missed field goal was one that was blocked against Northwestern State in the 10th game of the season… hit a 52-yard FG at Lamar in the season finale, tying as the third-longest in school history… led the team in scoring for the second straight year with 63 points. 2016: Led McNeese in scoring with 54 points… ranked ninth in the SLC in points by kicking… connected on 7 of 8 field goals and 33 of 37 extra points… missed his first FG attempt in the season opener then followed with seven consecutive makes… had a long of 47 yards against Abilene Christian… averaged 61.1 yards per kickoff and had 12 touchbacks on 59 kicks.
At Alabama: Did not see any action in 2015… in 2014 was the Crimson Tide’s backup place-kicker … played in two games, getting the start against Western Carolina … went 2-for-3 on field goal attempts and 9-for-10 on extra points … scored 15 points … long field goal was 28 yards.
Western Carolina: Saw his first action in an Alabama uniform … started at place-kicker and hit 2-of-3 field goals and all six extra points.
Auburn: Connected on two of three extra points with one attempt blocked.
2017 SWAC All Conference, 2017 Preseason All-American, Five-time SWAC Player of the week,
Magic City Classic Coca Cola Award presented to most outstanding player, FCS Stats National
Special Teams Player of the Week: He finished the season with Alabama State as one of the best punters in the country with only 12 returns of 63 punts for 37 total yards, 28 punts being
inside the 20.
Vincent averaged 43.5 yards per punt against Grambling State with three punts
inside the 20 and hit a career long 75-yard punt in the third quarter. He allowed just one return,
which went for -12 yards on the play. Prairie View A&M he averaged 46.6 yards a punt with a long of 67 and 3 punts inside the 20. He averaged over 40 yards versus Alcorn with a long of 68 and 4 punts inside the 20. 2015: He gained 13 rushing yards against MVSU on a fake punt and finished his career at ASU with over 25 rushing yards.
He finished the 2017 season averaging over 60 yards on kickoffs and still holds the record for the longest punt at ASU with a 75 yard
Down payment now. Billed $200/mo to the coach thereafter.
One On One Kicking’s training sessions give each athlete an understanding of proper fundamentals and mechanics while preparing them for the mental aspects of special teams play. Our training sessions are engaging, structured, and designed to push players to achieve their potential. Our staff’s goal is to ensure that the athlete will have the best opportunity to improve as a specialist.
One On One Kicking’s staff has several years of playing experience in the National Football League (NFL) and in major college conferences. Our coaches seek to ensure each athlete has a thorough understanding of proper kicking mechanics, learn how to interpret feedback given to them based on the result of each kick, and implement corrections in a manner that will carry-over from the practice field to game day.
This is a commitment to training full time to achieve the ultimate level possible. We will only refund monies for training due to injuries and a medical report from an orthopedic Firm with results of injury. No deposit made is refundable due to the insurance we pay for the player.
We will refund any monies owed within 60 days.