Two top kickers make picks

One of the nation's top kickers and arguably the nation's top high school punter has made up his mind and is heading to the Big Ten.
According to national kicking expert, Brookfield (Wis.) Central kicker Bradley Nortman has made up his mind.
"Bradley has committed to Minnesota," Sailer said.

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"Bradley has more natural punting potential than anyone in the nation in the class of 2008. He is big, tall, strong, and a great athlete. Potential punters like this don't come along often."
Nortman is ranked by Rivals.com as the nation's No. 13 kicker overall.
He earned all-state honors in 2006, plus he can easily hit it into the 5.0-second range in hang time on his punts.
Sailer also had news that Costa Mesa (Calif.) Orange Coast kicker C.J. Santiago has committed to BYU.
"He's able to enroll now, so he'll be there in the fall." Sailer said.
"C.J. is a tremendous talent. He has the leg, the natural ability, and mental toughness to be an outstanding punter at the next level."