FAYETTEVILLE – The University of Arkansas football staff will conduct four camps this summer, giving players of all ages the opportunity to experience what it is like to be a Razorback football player.
Campers will receive instruction from the Arkansas coaches, who have a combined 234 years of experience, and use the UA facilities. Walker Pavilion and Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium will be utilized during each camp, and overnight campers will stay in the university’s dormitories.
Camps are designed to enhance skills as an individual football player, as well as develop and improve work ethic, stamina and ability to work well with a team. Campers will learn the importance of attitude, direction, pride and hard work while competing and showcasing their skills against players from all across the country.
The Senior High Camp is for students entering the 9th-12th grade and takes place June 10-12. The Youth Camp is June 13 for students going into 1st-4th grade. The Junior High Camp is being held June 14-16 and is for students entering 5th-8th grade. The final camp is a Junior/Senior Prospect Camp for student-athletes entering their junior or senior year of high school and is scheduled for July 21.
For more information on any of the camps, or to register, visit RazorbacksFootballCamps.com.