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National Camp Series (NCS) Associate Kyle Stelter of Special Teams University Joins Kicking For The Dream’s Effort to Fight Ovarian Cancer
Date:6/12/2013

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) June 12, 2013

National Camp Series (NCS) Associate Kyle Stelter, of Special Teams University, has joined Kicking For The Dream’s effort to fight ovarian cancer according to NFL Kicker, and Kicking For The Dream Founder, Billy Cundiff.

"We are excited to have our first long snapping coach support Kicking For The Dream," says Cundiff. "Kyle is a great long snapper and a great coach. Every kicking play starts with the snap, so it's important these guys are involved in this project because they are so integral in what kickers and punters do on the field."

Joining Cundiff in the fight against cancer is something that resonates with Stelter.

“I joined kicking for the dream because cancer has affected a lot of people in my life,” says Stelter. “Anything I can do to help fight cancer and support other specialists' causes is great! I hope to help make a big impact with Billy's project!

Go here for Kyle Stelter’s page on Kicking For The Dream.

Stelter is considered one of the top long snappers and long snapping coaches in the nation. He is founder and owner of Special Teams University. He was taught the skill of long snapping his senior year of high school to help his chances of making a college team by his high school coach.

Stelter says he started Special Teams University because of his love for coaching and after watching many high school and even college teams struggle at the long snapping position. He says every other position on a team has a coach except usually the long snappers, and says his goal is to help as many athletes as he can perfect their skill and make it to the next level, whether that is high school, college, semi-pro, or professional.

In September 2012, Stelter was picked up by the Sacr
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