|Dates|| Jun 10 - 11, 2013|
|Sessions||Start Time||End Time||Grades||Cost|
|Steve Smith Football ProCamp||04:00 PM||07:30 PM||1 - 8|| $149|
|Location||Ardrey Kell HS, Charlotte, NC, United States|
|Grades|| Boys & Girls Grades 1 to 8|
*Dates, times, and location subject to change
Join Steve for 7 Hours of Instruction and Fun
- Learn from and Interact with Steve Smith
- A Limited Edition Steve Smith Football ProCamp T-Shirt
- Exclusive Autographed Camp Team Photo with Steve Smith
- 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 Charlotte area.
Games and Competition
Campers will participate in daily games, stations, and skill contests during the Steve Smith Football ProCamp. Each camper will be placed on a team according to his or her age.
Steve Smith 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.
Born in Lynwood, California on May 12, 1979, Steve Smith was a letterman in football and track and field. In football, he played tailback and defensive back, and was an All-Metro League selection and was an All-California Interscholastic Federation selection. In track and field, he set a handful of school records, was named as an All-City selection as a high-hurdler, and also excelled in the triple jump and 300m hurdles.
After completing two years at Santa Monica College, Smith transferred to the University of Utah, where he established himself as a standout wideout in the Mountain West Conference. While at the University of Utah, Smith set the record for yards per catch with a 20.6 average.
The Carolina Panthers chose Smith in the third round during the 2001 NFL Draft. During the 2002 NFL season, Smith earned a starting position as a wide receiver and continued to carry out his kickoff and punt return duties. Smith played a critical role for the Panther offense during their 2003 season, and further improved his statistics. He went on to catch 4 passes for 80 yards and a touchdown and returned a kickoff for 30 yards in the Panthers narrow 32-29 loss to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVIII.
Steve has accomplished numerous awards and honors. His 404 postseason yards in the 2003 season were the most since Jerry Rice gained 409 yards in 1988. Smith earned the NFL's receiving "triple crown" in 2005, leading the league in receptions (103), yards (1,563) and touchdowns (12). He has also been invited to the Pro Bowl five times and All-Pro three times.
Smith is one of only three players in history to run back two punts for touchdowns and catch a touchdown pass in the same game. Smith also holds an NFL record for highest punt return average in a single game (51.0 yards). Smith led the NFL in receiving yards per game in the 2008-2009 NFL season. Smith led the Panthers in receiving yards in the 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 seasons. During the 2007-2008 season Smith accumulated 1,421 yards and six touchdowns.
Rod Huber begins his eighth season as the Mt. St. Joseph Lions’ head coach for the College’s 18th football season. The Lions head coach will also direct the team’s defense in 2007. Huber led the program to a third straight HCAC championship last fall, as the Lions went 7-0 in conference play. The Mount became the first team in HCAC history to record three straight conference titles.
The HCAC title enabled the Lions to return to the NCAA Division III playoffs for the third straight season, as they took on Wheaton College in the first round. The Mount had 15 players selected all-conference (best in the conference), the HCAC Offensive Most Valuable Player and the HCAC Defensive co-Most Valuable Player. The Lions also had one of the top overall and rushing defenses in the nation again last season. In addition, the Mount was ranked among the top teams in 2006 in various national polls. Huber is a two-time HCAC Coach of the Year and has the most wins of any Mount football coach in program history, sporting a 41-32 record.
Huber has 25 years of coaching at the high school and college level and has been on the Mount football staff since the program’s inception in 1990. Prior to becoming the third head coach in Lions’ football history in 2000, Huber was a defensive position coach and spent four years as the Lions’ defensive coordinator. He also coached the College’s wrestling program for four seasons. During the 1999-2000 season the team garnered Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament and NCAA Division III Midwest Regional championships. Huber was named conference and regional coach of the year that season.
Coach Huber played football and wrestled at Glen Este High School in Cincinnati , Ohio . Upon graduation he entered the United States Army, where he played football and spent time in Germany and the U.S. After leaving the Army, Huber enrolled at the University of Cincinnati where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in social studies education in 1988. He began his coaching career at Lloyd Memorial High School ( Kentucky ) in 1982, moved on to Glen Este for one season (1986) and later coached outside linebackers at C.A.P.E. High School (1987-1988).
Coach Huber is an active member in the Southwest Ohio Football Coaches Association (SWOFCA), the American Football Coaches Association and is a member of the Jason Taylor Foundation. He also runs youth football camps and clinics in the Cincinnati area every year. Huber has been the featured speaker at many events in the Cincinnati area and he serves as an advisory board member for the Boys and Girls Clubs of America ( Clermont County ). The Lions head coach also speaks at regional and national football events.
The Steve Smith 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.
Waitlist registration is currently available for the Academy Sports + Outdoors Steve Smith Football ProCamp. To join the waitlist, please register below.
We will notify you should a spot become available. Available spots will be filled based on the waitlist registration date. In the event that a spot does not become available, those remaining on the waitlist will receive priority registration for next year's camp.
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