Highlights of The Michigan High School Football Camp
30 of the 50 states along with Canadians were represented by Campers/Coaches in last year’s camp. College and high school coaches who choose to work our High School Football Camp do so because of their interest in:
1. Working with you, the individual camper.
2. Evaluating you as a football player.
3. Working with the University of Michigan Coaching Staff.
4. Networking with other coaches working camp.
Colleges who will represent this year’s High School Camp
Arizona Western College
Ball State University
Eastern Michigan University
George Mason University
Grand Valley State University
Hudson Valley Community College
Kent State University
Northern Illinois University
Northern Michigan University
Siena Heights University
University of Buffalo
University of Dayton
University of Indianapolis
University of St. Francis
University of Toledo
Wayne State University
Western Michigan University
One of the unique benefits of our camp is all of our camp practice facilities are centralized so all activities are in close proximity.
Flexibility, Form Running and Sprint Technique
Many campers have experienced a noticeable increase in speed and flexibility after attending the camp.
Educational & Inspirational Talks
These talks serve to educate as well as motivate the camper for the upcoming season.
Each camper receives official 2013 Michigan Football Camp apparel. Campers will meet other student athletes from all over the country, creating new friendship opportunities. Campers will be placed randomly on teams for competitions in both Air Force Football Games (non-contact football games) and Tug-o-War.
This camp is not a conditioning or recreational camp. It will be five days of non-contact, position specific football technique training.