Penn State Football To Host 7on Passing Camp And Big Man Challenge June 20
This summer, Penn State football will host two one-day team camps with the Lion Strong 7on Passing Camp and Big Man Challenge on Saturday, June 20.
Through the camp, high school teams will get an opportunity to learn from Penn State’s esteemed coaching staff and will compete against some of the best high school players in the nation. The camp is limited to 40 high school teams.
The cost will range from $10 to $20 per person, and there are four cost options. For $10, participants will receive instruction and games. For $15, instruction and games will come with either a lunch or a t-shirt included. For $20, participants will receive instruction, games, lunch, and a t-shirt.
The Lion Strong 70n Passing Camp features at least six games and games refereed by high school officials. The Big Man Challenge portion will consist of smaller groups completing various drills both individually and against other high school teams and position skill and technique development. Team and individual awards will be presented. Participants will play on lighted, natural grass and synthetic turf playing fields.
To register for either camp, click here.
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