Purpose of the camp: To teach each camp member the advanced techniques and fundamentals used in football. To teach young athletes to become better football players through proper skill/drills training with broken down explanation of concepts. Controlled contacted movements will be demonstrated and supervised.
Our camp is designed to teach not only the core fundamentals of the game of football but also 'lifelong' characteristics such as teamwork and accountability that will continue beyond the playing field. We have assembled an outstanding staff of coaches that are not only excellent teachers, but also outstanding representatives of our school. We look forward to having the opportunity to work with you.
What To Bring: x Cleats– If you do not have cleats, sneakers will be fine. Shorts and t-shirt.
x Water Bottle and personal items needed. (inhaler, medicine needed) Special Features
x Passing 7-on-7 competition
x OL/DL competition
x Coaches clinics and lecture by request.
x Weight room Instruction (Explosive Training, Olympic Lifts)
Camp Director: Mike Schroeder Emmett Head Coach, record 117-64-1
Off. Coordinator: Terry Moore
Def. Coordinator: Zane Hines
LB'ers/Rb's: Brian Greer
Secondary: Mike Smith/Dustin Lopez
JV Head Coach: Chris Roeper
Assistants: Marv Webb, Todd Hundley, Stu Peterson, Clark Fear, Jim Hines
ISU GENERAL CAMP INFO
The Bengal 11 Man Team Camp is designed to enhance both the team and individual player. Each player will have the opportunity to be coached by members of our Bengal Football Staff. Each practice will consist of individual drills and controlled scrimmages. Each day consists of practices and evening activities. The registration fee for Dorm campers is $210, HOLT camper is $170, and day camper is $125. For every 10 players one high school coach will be included. Every high school is responsible for registering the campers and coaches by sending their application and payments as a team, as early as possible.
Idaho State University 11 Man Camp is open to all teams and individuals entering the 9th grade to their senior year. The Bengal football staff will make every effort to separate players in individual competition settings based on size, age, skill level to create the most competitive and safest atmosphere for each camper. Each participating camper and coach will receive a camp t-shirt. Individual award t-shirts will be passed out at the conclusion of camp.
High School coaches are encouraged to bring their entire team to compete in both team settings as well as receive individual skill instruction from Bengal Coaching staff members. Individual campers will have the opportunity to go through individual skill instruction, and will be placed on a camp team for all team settings. This team will be coached by ISU coaching staff members
WHAT TO BRING
All overnight campers will be required to bring their own towels, wash cloths, soap, sun screen and personal toiletries. Dorm campers will need to bring sheets, blanket and pillow. Campers should bring footballs, cleats, turf shoes, socks, shorts, athletic supporter, t-shirts, practice jersey and pants, and a full set of football equipment. There will be a $40 flat rate rental fee for those who are unable to provide their own equipment. Please leave all valuables at home. ISU is not responsible for damages or loss of camper’s personal property.
Team coaches are required to stay in ISU housing/HOLT Arena with the campers. The team coach is also responsible for the return of dorm keys at checkout. In the event that all keys are not returned the team coach will be assessed a $30 fee for each lost key. Team coaches are also responsible for their players during non- sanctioned, after hours activities while attending ISU Football Camp. ISU reserves the right to dismiss any camper found to be in violation of the Behavior Contract.
ATHLETIC TRAINING AND INSURANCE
During all camp sessions, a fully certified trainer will be on duty. Each camper is responsible to complete all medical forms prior to registering for camp, and MUST have proof of personal (parent/guardian) medical insurance coverage.
Monday June 15th
12:00pmRegistration Begins/Dorm Check-in
3:30pmHead Coaches Meeting
4:00pmTeam Time-Helmets only
7:30pmPassing League/ TRENCH WARS
Tuesday / Wednesday, June 16th / 17th
11:15amShake it up (COMPETITION)
4:45pmShake it up (COMPETITION)
7:30pmPassing League / TRENCH WARS
Thursday June 18th
9:45amOwn the Dome
12:00pm-12:45pm Dorm Check out