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July 09 - 10, 2022


John Burroughs High School • 1920 W Clark Ave BurbankCA  91506 Organized by Chris Sailer Kicking $25 instant refund on this event with gift card.
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This is a two day event that will be completely geared towards the athletes and their parents/guardians. This camp is meant not only to get the athletes ready, but also the parents of future college athletes. WHO CAN ATTEND: Kickers & Punters that will be entering 12h grade. You must be invited by Chris Sailer to attend. CLASS OF 2023 ONLY If you are a Class of 2023 athlete, simply text Chris Sailer 818-209-8921 for consideration. CAMP INCLUDES: Instruction, Competition, Evaluation and National Rankings on ChrisSailerKicking.com This camp will also feature a meeting with athletes/parents (Live or Zoom) to cover topics specific to Rising Seniors. Get all the information you need to be ready for the future. Saturday: Circuit Training featuring many reps for FG, KO and Punt. Punters will of course, only punt. Evaluation will take place at all stations. This day will end with Last Man Standing Competitions. Sunday: Competition Day! LODGING: (Lodging is NOT included with cost of camp) Group Rate Hotel: Hotel Burbank 150 E. Angeleno Ave. Burbank, CA 91502 *HIGHLY RECOMMENDED... Please book your hotel room RIGHT AWAY as there will be limited rooms available. You will not be charged until you check out after the completion of the camp. By booking NOW you will be guaranteed your hotel room. This hotel is located in beautiful downtown Burbank. Restaurants, shops, movie theaters, etc. are all within walking distance. Rate: $179 / Night (July 7, 8, 9)) CALL: 818-841-4770 USE GROUP CODE: CSRL070822 Get ready for one of the most popular camps of the year. This is a can't miss!


July 09 - 10, 2022

Saturday, Sunday

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John Burroughs High School

1920 W Clark Ave BurbankCA  91506

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