Dickson County senior Trevor Daniel has been named to the First Team of the 2nd annual Ray Guy All-American Team by Prokicker.com. Daniel handled punting chores for the Cougars and was named All-District 10. Prokicker.com is a website dedicated to promoting punting, kicking and long-snapping skills at the high school, college and professional levels. According to the website, Daniel had 28 punts during the 2012 season with an average of 47 yards per kick. He placed 15 punts inside the opponent’s 20-yard-line with a top hang time of 5.04 seconds and his longest punt of the season was 75 yards. During a Prokicker.com camp, Daniel registered a top hang time of 5.28 seconds. The 6-3, 220-pound senior also played tight end, wide receiver and defensive end and plans to attend the University of Tennessee hoping to walk on with the Volunteers. Jonathan King of Farragut High School was named Prokicker.com’s National High School Player of the Year. Prokicker.com’s All-American Team is named in honor of former Oakland and Los Angeles Raiders punter Ray Guy, who made seven Pro Bowls during his 13-year NFL career. An All-America punter at the University of Southern Mississippi, in 1973 Guy was the first pure punter ever to be taken in the first round of the NFL draft. He is the first punter to be nominated for membership in the Pro Football Hall of Fame where he has been a finalist seven times but has not been elected.