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.
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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:
Cleats– If you do not have cleats, sneakers will be fine. Shorts and t-shirt.
Water Bottle and personal items needed. (inhaler, medicine needed) Special Features
Passing 7-on-7 competition
Coaches clinics and lecture by request.
Weight room Instruction (Explosive Training, Olympic Lifts)
Camp Director: Mike Schroeder Emmett Head Coach, record 136-67-1
Off. Coordinator: Terry Moore
Def. Coordinator: Zane Hines
Asst. Head: Tom Harrison
LB'ers/Rb's: Brian Greer
Secondary: Mike Smith/Tom Harrison
JV Head Coach: Chris Roeper
Assistants: Casie Griffith, Todd Hundley, Stu Peterson, Clark Fear
BSU GENERAL CAMP INFO Grades 10-12
Rates – Team Overnight:
51-80 $265/person Emmett Rate
HIGH SCHOOL TEAM CAMP INFORMATION AND DETAILS
Team check-in will take place from Noon – 2:00 pm at Chaffee Hall on Wednesday, June 14th. The head coach or a coaching representative is needed for check-in. You will receive camp t-shirts, a packet with dorm keys and all of your meal tickets.
Camp will conclude by 1:00 pm on Saturday, June 17th.
Items needed at check-in: Final team roster, Individual player registration forms, Photocopy (front/back) of Insurance Card for each player, Camp payment. All coaches with teams must do a Boise State University background check and fill out volunteer forms, prior to arriving for camp. Contact Brad Larrondo with coaches names and email addresses at least 2 weeks prior to camp.
Camp participation is open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).
Daily Goal Line Challenges:
Goal Line Challenges pitting one team against another will take place during daily team periods on Wednesday evening, Thursday morning/afternoon and Friday morning/afternoon. The teams with the most energy and hype will be selected at the end of the practice periods to square off on the Blue of Bronco Stadium. Be ready for the Challenge.
Friday Night Lights:
Varsity teams will get the chance to shine under the stadium lights of the Blue on Friday evening, with Red Zone Challenges at either end. Bronco coaches will be looking for energy as they select the match-ups. Each team will get four plays for a first down, and then four more inside the 10. We’ll keep the action going so we can get as many teams rolling through the challenges from 8:45 pm – 10:00 pm.
WHAT TO BRING
All overnight campers will be required to bring their own towels, wash cloths, soap, sunscreen 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.
Please leave all valuables at home. BSU is not responsible for damages or loss of camper’s personal property.
Team coaches are required to stay in BSU housing 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 BSU Football Camp. BSU 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.
Meals – Overnight Campers
Wednesday, June 15 – Dinner
Thursday, June 16 – Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Friday, June 17 – Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Saturday, June 18 – Breakfast, Lunch
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL CAMP DATES: $80.00
JUNE 19TH - 22RD
8:30 TO 11:30