|Dates|| Jul 11 - 12, 2013|
|Sessions||Start Time||End Time||Grades||Cost|
|Day 1||01:30 PM||05:00 PM||1 - 8|| $149|
|Day 2||09:00 AM||12:30 PM||1 - 8|| $0|
|Location||Battle Ground Academy, Franklin, TN, United States|
|Grades|| Boys & Girls Grades 1 to 8|
*Dates, times, and location subject to change.
*Please note: The Jake Locker ProCamp is still a two-day camp and registering for the camp signs a camper up for both days. The total cost for this two-day camp is $149.
Join Jake for Hours of Instruction and Fun
- Learn from and Interact with Jake Locker
- A Limited Edition Jake Locker Football ProCamp T-Shirt
- Exclusive Autographed Camp Team Photo with Jake Locker
- Opportunity to Participate in Contests and Win Prizes
- A Fun and Educational Experience
Stations and Fundamentals
Each day, the campers will experience various stations, specializing in fundamental skills of football. Individual groups will be small to assure that each camper gets maximum instruction from the top football coaches in the Nashville area.
Games and Competition
Campers will participate in daily games, stations, and skill contests during the Jake Locker Football ProCamp. Each camper will be placed on a team according to his or her age.
Jake Locker will give daily talks highlighting the finer points of the game of football and beyond. Parents and guests will be able to listen to camp guests in designated areas at each location.
Snacks, drinks and assorted camp items will be available for purchase.
For the convenience and safety of the campers, a Camp Bracelet will be available for $10. The Camp Bracelet includes 2 sports drinks, lunch, and 1 snack each day. Bracelets are non-refundable.
Inclement Weather Policy:
In the event of heavy rain or inclement weather, the camp will be moved to a nearby indoor facility. Camp instruction and other related activities will continue inside the facility. Parents will be notified of the indoor location in the Camp Bulletin that they receive at check-in on the first day of camp.
Alternate days/make-up sessions/refunds will not be offered. The decision to modify the schedule rests solely with the camp director and management.
Jack Locker born on June 15th 1988 in Bellingham, Washington, is a Quaterback for Tennessee Titans. Locker excelled in college football at The University of Washington.
In 2005, Locker’s senior year in high school, he led Ferndale High School to a 14-0 record and state title throwing for 1,603 yards and 25 touchdowns, and only 3 interceptions. Locker was an excellent running quarterback , as he also rushed for 1,339 yards and 24 touchdowns in his senior year. He was named the 3A state player of the year by the AP and Seattle Times, and earned First-team All-state honors from both organizations as well. During high school, he was ranked No. 5 nationally at QB and No. 1 in the West by PrepStar.
Locker in 2007, was named the Rivals.com Freshman of the Week following his two rushing TD performance in the opener at Syracuse. He carried the ball 10 times for 83 yards and went 14-for-19 passing for 142 yards. He was named the SIonCampus.com Player of the Week after leading the Huskies to a 24–10 win over then 20th-ranked Boise State, snapping the Broncos' 14-game win streak. During a loss to Arizona, he became the 19th player in college football to pass for 300 yards, and run for 100. In 2009, Locker’s junior season, he led the Washington Huskies to a 16-13 win over the 3rd ranked USC Trojans. This win moved them up to 24th in the AP poll which was their highest ranking since 2003. The season then ended with another highlight win against No. 19 California by a blowout score of 42-10. In his final season at The University of Washington, Locker threw for 2,265 yards and 17 touchdowns. Locker closed out his college career with a 19–7 win over heavily favored Nebraska in the 2010 Holiday Bowl. Awards that Locker received during his tenure at The University of Washington were 2007 Freshman Second-team All-America, Pac-10 Freshman of the Year, a finalist The Premier Player of College Football Trophy, and he was named the Male Sports Star of the Year in the Seattle Sports Star or the Year awards.
With one year of eligibility remaining at Washington, Locker was considered one of the top draft picks in the 2010 NFL Draft. However, he decided to return for his senior season at University of Washington. He was drafted in the 1st round and the 8th overall pick in 2011 Draft by the Tennessee Titans. Locker saw his first real playing time on November 20, against the Atlanta Falcons replacing an injured Matt Hasselbeck In a losing effort, Locker threw for 2 touchdowns and 140 yards. Locker completed his rookie season with 4 passing touchdowns as well as 1 rushing touchdown. He acted as backup and occasional relief to Matt Hasselbeck. In an interview with Head Coach Mike Munchak, it was stated that a Quarterback competition would decide who would start as Quarterback for the Titans 2012-2013 season.This will give Locker his first chance to be a starter in the NFL.
Camp Director Craig James
A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Coach James has been a football coach at Cincinnati Elder High School since 1997. Serving as the varsity defensive coordinator since 1997 and defensive ends coach since 1999, Coach James has been part of a staff that has been to the Ohio Division I State championship three times, winning the crown in 2002 and 2003, finishing runner up in 2008. James also serves as the school’s assistant athletic director and is an English teacher as well.
Coach James is married to wife Renea and has three boys, Jakob, Evan and Cameron.
The Jake Locker Football Camp will be staffed with the area's top prep coaches. Each coach will bring a unique football background to the event with the ability to share techniques and philosophies with the campers on a daily basis.
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Thank you for attending the 2013 Jake Locker Football ProCamp presented by Fifth Third Bank.