For the third year, the football program at Meadowbrook High School will be holding a youth football camp for ages 6-13 on July 29-30. Last year the program saw over 100 attendees and focuses on football fundamentals. “We don’t focus on football,” said head coach Troy Taylor. “We talk about grades, parents and being a good person.”
The camp also features all of Taylor’s staff at Meadowbrook, as well as several former players heading to or having played for the college ranks. These athletes include UVA lineman Morgan Moses, cornerback and NFL hopeful Brandian Ross (Youngstown State) and offensive lineman and rising college freshman Irabor Imobisa. Past camp guests have included VMI standout Aaron Lewis and Richmond standout Eric McBride.
The Friday session will be an evening practice held from 6 p.m. to 8p.m., and Saturday a morning session from 9-11. The no-contact camp doesn’t require equipment and costs $25 if you join before July 22, $35 after.
Both sessions are held at Meadowbrook High’s Mack D. Moore stadium on the main field.
For more information regarding the camp, contact Troy Taylor by phone at 804-743-3675 ext. 245 or via email at email@example.com.