John Baron II- San Diego State- John's entire collegiate career was in the game of football at San Diego State. The three year starter is 135 for 137 in PATs and 50 for 60 in field goals. While he was a perfect 4 for 4 in attempts over 50 yards this year, he was only 8 for 11 from 30-39. The fact that John is a lefty kicker may limit his pool of suitors.
Kristov Martinez- Texas A&M Commerce- Martinez isn't likely to be on any draft boards and probably isn't likely to suit up for another football game in his career. Although he made 3 50+ yarders this season, set the division II record for most points scored by a kicker, and ran for "infinity" yards per attempt his junior year, Kristov probably won't even get a sniff of the NFL. While his numbers aren't as great as some of the other players, his stature is the real nail in the coffin. Standing at 5'6" and 135 pounds doesn't exactly scream NFL kicker. Of course being told he was too small to play college soccer is what led to him playing college football, so maybe he does stand a chance.
Bennett Moehring- Navy- He's a decent kicker who played for Navy. We all know how Belichick loves to give those Midshipmen a chance. Unfortunately for Moehring, former Defense Secretary, Mike Mattis, wrote a memo two years ago which requires graduates of service academies to serve their country immediately after graduation regardless of their athletic ability. I've reached out to both Moehring and Acting Secretary of Defense, Patrick Shanahan about this ban. Moehring did say that he would definitely want to play in the NFL if given the chance. Shanahan has not responded to my inquiries about overturning the memo.