This is the time when he's (Kapinos) finally got a realistic shot at becoming the full time Punter for the Steelers. Even if he was in camp last year and had the better stats over Sepulveda there was no way he was going to win that job. Pittsburgh always loves their veterans too much to do that and they wanted to give Danny S. one more chance to try and stay healthy.
His average is very close to rookie free agent Drew Bulter (Ray Guy award winner) but I think he knows this is his time to shine and he's going to have a good camp and may just win the job.
At Georgia last year Butler had an average of 44.24 while Kapinos came in after DSep went down and finished with an average of 45.0 through 8 games.
If you're interested, there's a podcast with Drew Butler done recently with the Bulldog Roundtable, local radio show for the college, where he talks about his opportunity to win the starting job. He starts his part of the show at the 6:22 mark.
He seems like a confident kid but some people seem to think he's implying that he's got the job already in the bag, just by listening to that show. He does say that he's excited about his chance to play and hopefully win but I'd be shocked if he didn't say that.