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Can someone educate me a little on this camp? How would a hs kid find out about it. Would a kid need to be a certain skill level or is this good for any hs kid that plays football to attend?
Great camp... I took my nephew his freshmen year,,, He never work hard for anything until he left that camp... He left that camp determined to outwork everyone,,, He hit the track, weights, and books... he never made dean list until after his HS freshmen year (after the camp). He is now playing D-1 (CUSA) football and made dean his college freshmen year.. he expects to start next year..
Maybe i should charge UA for this testimonial.
and yes, I did everything through rolltide.com..
It is a good camp for kids of any skill level to attend. They will learn a lot and work with the Alabama coaching staff. It is one of the more physically demanding camps, agility and endurance sessions before every practice session, but it is definitely worth it.
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Thanks for the comments and the link. My nephew who is a Soph was mailed a pamphlet for the camp, I believe. He's hinted to me and my wife(text a pic of the pamphlet to us) that he would like to attend and we're talking about helping him get there financially. He's been raised by his Mom most of his life and I think the camp would be a great thing for him to attend...not that he's a bad kid.
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