A punter could become a champion as a team member or individually by winning contests. In order to become a champion, he may have to surpass specific standards. For example, some high school punters average distances of 32 to 43 yards with hang times of 3.7 to 4.2 seconds. The NCAA reports the highest average yards per punt in a division one college season was 50.3 yards. The professional record for the highest average yards per punt in a season is 51.40.
Practice punting technique drills two to six times per week. Use drills that isolate punting mechanics such as leg swing drills, receiving the snap, setting up the ball, approach steps, the drop, knee position on contact, foot orientation, point of impact on the ball, explosion and follow through. As mechanics improve, performance should improve. For example, if you can increase leg swing speed, then the velocity of the ball should increase, resulting in higher, longer punts. Play games that challenge you to refine accuracy such as punting the ball onto a target or bouncing the ball to a specific location. Practice with a partner so you can snap to each other and clock hang times.
Review video recordings of your punts. Analyzing the video in slow motion may allow you to critique your mechanics and the effect they have on your punts.