|Dates|| Jul 20 - 21, 2013|
|Sessions||Start Time||End Time||Grades||Cost|
|Aaron Hernandez Football Clinic||09:00 AM||12:30 PM||1 - 8|| $199|
|Location||Wayland High School, Wayland, MA, United States|
|Grades|| Boys & Girls Grades 1 to 8|
*Dates, times, and location subject to change.
Join Aaron for 7 Hours of Instruction and Fun
- Learn from and Interact with Aaron Hernandez
- A Limited Edition Aaron Hernandez Football Clinic T-Shirt
- Exclusive Autographed Clinic Team Photo with Aaron Hernandez
- Opportunity to Participate in Contests and Win Prizes
- A Fun and Educational Experience
Stations and Fundamentals
Each day, the participants will experience various stations, specializing in fundamental skills of football. Individual groups will be small to assure that each participant gets maximum instruction from the top football coaches in the Boston area.
Games and Competition
Participants will participate in daily games, stations, and skill contests during the Aaron Hernandez Football Clinic. Each participant will be placed on a team according to his or her age.
Aaron Hernandez will give daily talks highlighting the finer points of the game of football and beyond. Parents and guests will be able to listen to clinic guests in designated areas at each location.
Snacks, drinks and assorted clinic items will be available for purchase.
For the convenience and safety of the participants, a Clinic Bracelet will be available for $10. The Clinic 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 clinic will be moved to a nearby indoor facility. Clinic instruction and other related activities will continue inside the facility. Parents will be notified of the indoor location in the Clinic Bulletin that they receive at check-in on the first day of clinic.
Alternate days/make-up sessions/refunds will not be offered. The decision to modify the schedule rests solely with the clinic director and management.
Aaron Hernandez was born November 6, 1989 and is a tight end for the New England Patriots of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Patriots in the fourth round of the 2010 NFL Draft. He played college football at Florida.
Although Hernandez originally committed to the University of Connecticut where his older brother D. J. played quarterback and wide receiver, he ultimately enrolled at the University of Florida to play for coach Urban Meyer's Florida Gators football team. As a true freshman in 2007, Hernandez appeared in 13 games for the Gators, starting three. He finished the season with nine receptions for 151 yards and two touchdowns. As a sophomore in 2008, he started 11 of 13 games in place of the injured Cornelius Ingram. He finished the season with 34 receptions for 381 yards and five touchdowns. In the 2009 BCS National Championship Game against Oklahoma, Hernandez led the Gators in receiving yards with 57 on five receptions. As a junior in 2009, Hernandez won the John Mackey Award, given annually to the nation's best tight end, after leading the Gators in receptions with 68 for 850 yards and five touchdowns. He also was recognized as a first-team All-Southeastern Conference selection and an Associated Press first-team All-American.
Hernandez finished his college career with 111 receptions for 1,382 yards and 12 touchdowns.
After his junior year, he decided to forgo his senior season and enter the 2010 NFL Draft.
In the 2011 season through Week 15, Hernandez played in 12 of the Patriots' 14 games, starting 10; for the second season in a row, Hernandez missed two regular-season games with a knee injury. He set career bests in receptions and yards in Week 15, against the Denver Broncos, with 9 catches for 129 yards and one touchdown.
Hernandez and teammate Rob Gronkowski are the first pair of tight ends in NFL history to score at least five touchdowns each in consecutive seasons for the same team; both rank in the top 20 among all receivers in number of catches. In the NFL playoffs, Hernandez had the longest run of the postseason, a 42-yard run against the Denver Broncos on the Patriots' first offensive drive of the game. Hernandez led the Patriots to Super Bowl XLVI but the Patriots lost the game to the Giants 17-21.
In the 2012 season, Hernandez was sidelined during the Patriot's Week 2 game against the Arizona Cardinals with a high ankle sprain and missed several weeks. On December 10 Monday Night Football game against the Houston Texans, Aaron Hernandez recorded 8 receptions for 58 yards and two touchdowns.
Camp Director Rod Huber
Rod Huber returned in 2010 for his 11th season as the College of Mount St. Joseph’s head coach. Huber, who directed the team’s defense in 2007-08, has 27 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.
Coach Huber led the program to a three straight HCAC championship (2004-2006), and the Lions 9-2 overall mark last season was their eighth straight season of a .500 or better record. The Lions claimed the 2009 HCAC championship with a 7-0 mark, their fourth HCAC title in program history, which enabled them to qualify to the NCAA Division III playoffs, marking their fifth overall appearances in the post-season tournament. The Mount is also the only team in HCAC history to record three straight conference titles. In addition, Huber was named HCAC Coach of the Year last fall, his third such honor.
Huber has over 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.
Upon graduation from high school, he entered the U.S. 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. Coach Huber has directed youth football camps for many pro athletes including Adrian Peterson, Jason Taylor, Chris Johnson, and Reggie Bush.
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|Location||Wayland High School, Wayland, MA, United States|
2011 Wes Welker ProWorkout Challenge
Athletes Ages 15 to 23
Pro-Style Combine Testing
The football combine is structured after the NFL Combine and Collegiate NFL Pro-Days. The combine will consist of a minimum 5 testing procedures including: 40 yard dash, Pro-Agility Drill, L-Drill, Vertical Jump, and Standing Broad Jump. Attendees will also take part in drills specific to their primary position. We will video each player during the combine, edit their personal combine video and make available for download.
Flippen Profile Self Report (Character/Leadership Development)
A behavioral and performance assessment used to identify and break personal constraints optimizing athlete's potential for success both on and off the field. Each athlete will have an opportunity to compare themselves to the most elite athletes in the world while at the same time build a plan to help enhance their skills and find that extra edge.
Attendees Also Receive
· Clinic T-Shirt
· Group Photo with Wes Welker
· Food and Beverages
· Opportunity to Win Prizes and Awards
*Please note that the ProWorkout is seperate from the youth camp. It is intended for football players ages 15 - 23