8 College Football Camps to Attend in 2010
By Ryan Wood
Football camps run by college coaching staffs add an extra element to your camping experience. Not only do you get instruction from some of the country's most respected coaches, but you get a chance to show off your skills to recruiters who could be interested in giving you a scholarship.
Here are eight great college football camps to sign up for in 2010:
Tucson, Ariz. -- June 6-11
Held on the campus of the University of Arizona, these camps offer instruction for players ages 8-18 and have one-day commuter camps as well as overnight options. Learn More ?
Ypsilanti, Mich. -- June 6-July 26
EMU's camps are no-contact camps that stress fundamentals. Options include a 7-on-7 camp and a camp specifically for linemen. Learn More ?
Durham, N.C. -- June 12-19
Duke offers two one-day camps for high-school aged players as well as a three-day youth camp for players ages 6-14 years old. Learn More ?
Boston, Mass. -- June 27-30
This four-day camp on Harvard's campus is for overnight or day campers. Also, a one-day kicking and punting camp is offered. Learn More ?
Oxford, Miss. -- June 6-11, July 17
Two two-day camps are divided up by age, while a July camp is set aside for 2011 high school graduates. Learn More ?
Birmingham, Ala. -- June 9-11, July 12-14
These camps are for children from kindergarten through eighth grade, and covers various fundamentals of football. Both sessions will feature a punt, pass and kick competition. Learn More ?
Philadelphia, Pa. -- May 30-June 27
Five one-day camps are offered and feature Temple's coaches as well as other top coaches around the region. Open for players in grades 6-12 and the camps include a speed school. Learn More ?
Winston-Salem, N.C. -- June 12-July 23
These camps run by the Demon Deacon coaching staff span six weeks in the summer. Day camps are for ages 7-13 while All Position camps are for high school players. Learn More ?