2012 Priest Holmes Day Camp San Antoniobased on 1 reviews (review)
Camp Directors - Update this ListingCamp Location: Lopez Middle School, San Antonio, Texas, 78258,
Session dates: July 8-9, 2012
Cost (range): $249.97 per session
Contact Person: Debbie Thompson
9375 Washington Blvd
Laurel, Maryland, 20723
Learn Football From The Best! If you are a veteran player or just learning to play football, the Priest Holmes Football Camp is a football learning experience you will never forget! Join Priest Holmes for one of the best football experiences of your life. You will receive up to 6 hours of daily on-the-field instruction from an outstanding coaching staff along with daily lectures and demonstrations by JAY NOVACEK! YOU WILL GO HOME A BETTER FOOTBALL PLAYER!
Performance Magazine rated Sports International's football camps among the top ten summer camps in the nation! This summer will be the 29th successful year for Sports International’s football camps having graduated over 91,000 athletes with many going on to play in the NFL and at the highest college level. Four camps in one, the camp is broken down into 4 age groups: ages 7-10; 11-12; 13-14; 15-18. We have outstanding college and high school coaches on staff with daily instruction, lectures and demonstrations by Priest Holmes. Outstanding recruiting and scholarship opportunities for high school level athletes. The majority of our coaching staff for the older boys will be made up of college level coaches. The camp will offer a FREE NIKE SPARQ test by Velocity Sports Performance (a $75 to $150 value). High school players aged 15-18 are eligible for the exclusive "TOP 30" CLUB. A detailed information packet on each member of the "TOP 30" CLUB will be sent to over 2,000 college football coaches to help each player receive recognition at the college level. This is great nationwide exposure that a player might not get from playing at their high school alone. Priest's camp is one of the best supervised camps in the nation and father counselors are welcome to join us at camp. Enrollment is limited!
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Reviewer: Kmcgee3 from San Antonio
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The high school and college coaches did a great job and the camp had lots of great content. My expectations were that Jay would be more involved with the drills, the camp and the campers. He did not attend camp on day 2 and most of the time during day 1 he was playing catch with a female who he brought to camp with him. He hardly spoke to the players during the autograph and photo session. He missed a tremendous opportunity to truly give back to the youth. His story and words would have been inspiring to young athletes hoping to follow in his footsteps. On the positive side, the local high school and college coaches that did the coaching and work had great attitudes and were very good at instructing and motivating the players. The location and facility was very good as well.
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