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All-Around Skills

Rookie camP Ages 4-7

Rookie Camp sessions for football beginners. These sessions are designed to teach basic football skills such as throwing, catching, evasive running, chasing, and defending. Develop awareness, learn basic rules and procedures through recess-like games. 


Developmental sessions are fit for lower elementary-aged flag players. They offer a mix of drills at specific positions and skills to promote individual development, in addition to larger scale backyard-style games and activities requiring teamwork and strategy.


Playmakers sessions are fit for players in upper elementary and junior high. They are designed to improve non-contact skills for flag & tackle players. These include evasive & route running, ball exchange & catching skills, tracking runners & defending receivers.


Tumble Rumble sessions are designed for future tackle players to acclimate to physical elements of the sport. Participants will develop skill & confidence in these areas with drills requiring push, pull, impact, strain, and drive. This training is delivered through fun and engaging activities like sumo wrestling, ground-based tumbling, and technical drills using tackling dummies, foam pads, & other safety-conscious setups. Players are matched in age/size/ability-appropriate groups; no full speed player-to-player contact.

Boot Camp Ages 10-14

Boot Camp sessions are fit for tackle players looking to develop a more physical & technical edge to their game. Participants will drill fundamentals in tackling, blocking, block destruction, pass rush, power running, & competing for the ball. Sessions are designed to develop a strong football mentality and increase work capacity. They are a great to prepare for fall camp or to stay sharp in the offseason.

Spring Ball Ages 10-14

Spring Ball is a set of sessions designed to develop all-around football skills for upper elementary and junior high aged players. College & some high school teams undergo a period of spring skill development with new players they’re counting more heavily on for the coming fall season. These sessions will draw from elements listed for our playmakers and boot camp sessions.


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