As part of the NFL’s Play 60 campaign, the Seattle Seahawks will host a slew of youth-oriented camps this summer aimed at promoting a healthy and active lifestyle.
One camp in particular – the Seahawks All-Pro Varsity Skills Camp on July 1 at Virginia Mason Athletic Center – will provide youth ages 7-14 that have a desire to play High School Varsity football with an opportunity to experience dedicated, first-rate one-on-one instruction to better themselves both on and off the field.
This year’s half-day camp along the shores of Lake Washington will feature instruction from current Seahawks cornerback and Tacoma, Wash. native Marcus Trufant, as well as from NFL youth football trained staff. Campers will interact and engage with the staff as they run through offensive and defensive drills, polish individual techniques and position skills, and are provided with pro football knowledge and the Pete Carroll Win Forever philosophy.
In its fifth year running, the Seahawks All-Pro Varsity Skills Camp came to be after years of input from area youth that had participated in the team’s Gatorade Junior Training Camps who were seeking a more challenging environment from which to grow their football skills and knowledge. In the past, Seahawks players and coaches have collaborated with area coaches to provide campers with advanced instruction, while reinforcing basic fundamentals and keeping it fun for all involved.
Cost of the Seahawks All-Pro Varsity Skills Camp is $125 and space is limited to the first 100 registrants. All campers will receive a Seahawks dri-fit tee shirt, Blender bottle, wristband, and Subway Gift Card.
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