New England Patriots' Punter Zoltan Mesko delivers a funny testimonial

Brad Northman, Carolina Panthers

I tried what you said about leaning forward more in my ankles and I was amazed at the results. The ball felt much comfortably out in front of me and the contact I made with the ball felt great. I gotta say that is a very impressive coaching point from not even being able to see me! It makes me want to kick with you more! Thanks so much for the coaching point and I'm sure it will pay dividends the rest of the year.

Brad Nortman


Chad Cunningham, University of Tennessee 2011.

*Chad signed with the Tennessee Titans and attended the 2011 NFL Training Camp.

Hi Filip,

I wanted to update you on Chad's performance in the Eastham Energy All star Game on Sunday. He had the best game of his career. Chad had 5 kicks totaling 266 yds for 53.2 yard average.

48 yds 4.8 hang time 4 YARD RETURN
66 yards 4.4 Hang Time This punt travel 63 yards in the air went into the end zone for touch back.
53 yards 4.7 Hang Time Touch Back
58 yards 4.6 hang time FC
41 yards 4.4 hang time FC

Chad has been working hard and really enjoyed working with you. He would like to come back February 14-16 for another session.

Rory (Chad's father)
Derek Dimke, Detroit Lions, Univ. of Illinois.

          "Coach Filipovic greatly understands the details and mechanics of kicking and punting.  He has extensive technical knowledge, and he clearly communicates how to improve distance and accuracy.  One of his greatest strengths is his ability to help with the psychological training that is needed to kick at the highest levels.  He is a coach who not only teaches mechanics, but also inspires."

Derek Dimke


Mason Krysinski, class of 2010 K/P. Einsenhower HS, MI. Committed to Miami (OH).

Coach Filipovic,
I just wanted to let you know a couple of the things you told Mason to do (change grip and push out) on punts really made a difference.  He said he hit 8 punts in a row over 60 yards!  His coach asked me yesterday when I was picking up his brother “what in hell did you feed Mason?”  He confirmed what Mason had told me.
Thanks again,
David Krysinski, father of Mason.


Tyler Tate, Kicker, class of 2011, committed to Bowling Green University (OH)


Tyler is 7 of 7 on PATs and 2 of 2 of FGs. His long FG was 35 yards (as time expired in the first half), but the impressive thing about it was that it hit the fence on the other side of the track. The game official asked Tyler what his best FG to date has been in practice (60 yarder, which he made on the first attempt).

I share this with you as a way of saying thank you for what Tyler has learned from you. He is considering not playing basketball this winter in order to concentrate on kicking, which would allow us to arranges a couple of lessons with you and attend your winter camps.

Steve Tate, father of Tyler Tate from Bloom Carroll High School, Ohio


            "Filip, I cannot begin to say how much my son David and I appreciate your commitment to David. The last two years working with you, David not only received a scholarship, but he also witnessed someone who really cares about his future. You have made it your business to keep track of David and work with him during his first college season, and David still values every minute he can get working with you. No words can express my appreciation for what you have done. I look forward to seeing you work with David throughout his college career."

Joe Gray, Father of David Gray - Northwest Missouri Univ., Class of 2011


Otavio Fleury, Princeton University '2012

          "Filip played a vital role in my recruitment process, from sharpening my techniques to coming into contact with coaches. He did a great job of building on my strengths and turning my weaknesses into strengths. He exposed me to numerous college coaches, including Princeton, which is where I attend now."

My son Cameron(headband) was at your camp @ Ferris St. I just wanted to let you know that both of us enjoyed it immensely. Cam said both KC (Lopata, University of Michigan kicker) & Brett (Swenson, Michigan State kicker) both helped him a lot. He took home more information at your camp than the 3 camps before. This process of trying to get him some kind of scholarship is a lot of time, travel, money and a lot of hard work. But I must say your camp made it fun, some great coaches,  and informational.  Thank you for time and much needed help. Hope we can make the camp in July for punting. Thanks again.

Ray Colson, parent from Michigan.


          "I recently was named Special Teams Coordinator for my team, but had little experience working with kickers and punters. I got in contact with Filip and he invited me down and allowed me to watch and learn at his Chicago camp. I would encourage any coach to attend and send their kickers and punters to one of Filip's camps. It was a great experience for me and very informative. The kids get great attention and the coaches do a great job of breaking down each kids strengths and weaknesses. The video sessions are very good, and in most cases for high school kids the first time they have ever been broken down on film, Filip is very good at giving positive feedback and addressing areas in need of improvement. All the coaches relate very well with the kids and do an awsome job of breaking down every aspect of the techniques and fundamentals needed. Definitely a great oppurtunity for anyone that is a kicker or punter. I highly recommend attending a camp.

Rob Jacobi

Concordia University Special Teams Coordinator
I went to the clinic and it was fantastic. Filip and his staff were great and very personable. I know our kicker has a ton to work on, but the instruction was top-notch. And our long-snapper came back ready to teach everyone on our team how to snap the ball.

I recommend this to anyone who needs some help with a kicker, punter and long-snapper. It was a real great day. Even for me, I have perfected the punt drop - back and to the right. I'm pretty sure that was the right way. Anyway, thanks Filip and I felt like I needed to give your camp some well-deserved credit.

Hope you can make it back to Peoria, next year.
Shelbyville High School Football Coach
Shelbyville, IL
Jarrod Edelen - South Dakota University, Class of 2003.
USD punter and senior Jarrod Edelen is receiving some expert advice from former Coyote Filip Filipovic....kicked for the Dallas Cowboys last season. This year, Edelen, a Vermillion native, is averaging 41.8 yards per punt and is considered one of the best punters in Division II..."He (Filip) taught me a lot about hard work. Kind of going over the repetitive motions of punting. Perfecting your drop and getting your steps down. Getting what it takes to become a great punter."
From newspaper article about Jarrod titled "Punter Succeeds in Mentor's Footsteps"

Filip, just wanted to say your lesson was awesome. It really got me back to the fundamentals and I've been booming the ball this week. Out of about 50 punts so far my lowest hang time was 4.1 and my highest was 5.2 You definitely helped.

Brock Sharp, Western Alabama University Class of 2012.