1. TRAVIS DORSCH
Purdue (6-6, 211)
Summary: Displayed excellent leg strength in both punting and kicking. Gets good height on his kicks and possesses 60-yard range. In 2001, won the Ray Guy Award as the nation's best punter. As a kicker, booted 22-27 FGs (long of 50), including 7-8 between 40-49 yards. As a punter, averaged 48.1 yards on 53 attempts, including 10 inside the 20.
2. HAYDEN EPSTEIN
Michigan (6-2, 211)
Summary: Very strong right leg, able to blast kickoffs through the end zone without a problem. Held both kicking and punting duties for the Wolverines. In 2001, booted 13-20 FGs (2-2 from 50-plus yards, long of 57) and all 37 XPTs. Also averaged 39.3 yards on 71 punts, including 17 that landed inside the 20-yard line.
1. DAVE ZASTUDIL
Ohio (6-3, 220)
Summary: Tremendous leg strength, fine hang-time and can also handle the KO duties. In 2001, named second team All-America and MAC Special Teams Player of the Year after finishing second in the nation with a school-record 45.6-yard average on 50 punts, landing 17 inside the 20.
2. CRAIG JARRETT
Michigan State (6-2, 212)
Summary: Very strong leg, but got a number of kicks blocked as a senior. In 2001, averaged 43.3 yards on 46 punts, including a long of 71 yards. Also landed 14 punts inside the 20-yard line.