FSU Football Unveils New Camp Format
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Big Rapids, Mich. - The Ferris State University football program has unveiled a new format for its 2010 summer camp program, which takes place with three different sessions this July.
The Bulldogs will host three camps this summer for high school age participants. All camps will be directed by the Bulldog coaching staff, including head coach Jeff Pierce.
This summer's camps are being organized and ran by incoming offensive coordinator and first-year assistant coach Chris Boden.
FSU will open its football camp program by hosting an Elite Junior/Senior Twilight Camp on Sunday, July 11. The evening camp will run from 6-8:30 p.m. (ET) with registration at Top Taggart Field and include a combine testing workout along with position-specific drills.
Ferris plans to hold a Quarterback/Wide Receivers Camp on July 22-23 at the campus grass practice fields. The camp, which is open to both overnight and commuter campers, will focus on improving technique and skill while including position-specific drills and competitions.
Finally, a 7-on-7 Passing Tourney & Big Man camp will be held on July 24. The event is limited to the first 20 teams and each team will be guaranteed five games. A variety of awards will be presented, including champion, runner-up and top big man.
More information, including rates, is available by clicking on the brochure link found on this page.
For more information on FSU's 2010 football summer camp program, please contact assistant coach Chris Boden at (231) 250-4028 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Those interested may also contact FSU Summer Camp Coordinator Gary Wendlowsky by phone at (866) 950-2267 or email email@example.com.
Additional information and a brochure are also available via the FSU Summer Camps website at www.ferris.edu/sports/camps.