Several Midwest Kicking Camp alumni received 2023 post-season all-state recognition, and others compiled impressive statistics during the past fall.

Brody Parks, a junior at Elkhorn South (NE) High School, was honored as the first-team all-state kicker in Nebraska.  Brody converted on eight of nine field goal attempts and totaled 71 points.

Gus Bashore was named as the Class 1A first-team kicker in Iowa.  The senior at Underwood High School recorded 34 touchbacks on 78 kickoffs and scored a total of 69 points.

Kase Coleman of Bedford (IA) High School was tabbed as the first-team kicker among 8-player teams.  The sophomore made the game-winning field goal in the state semi-final contest, totaled 56 touchbacks on 86 kickoffs and averaged 37.4 yards per punt.

Nathan Behne of Greene County (IA) High School was named as the Class 2A second-team kicker.  The senior made six field goals in nine attempts, including a 49-yard boot, the second-longest in the state.

Katie Lindsay, a senior at Van Meter (IA) High School, scored a state-leading 78 extra points, and Logan Rethwisch, a senior at Williamsburg (IA) High School was second with 64 PATs.

Dominic Witt, a sophomore at PCM (IA) High School was a perfect 49 for 49 on PATs and tallied 28 touchbacks on 64 kickoffs.