University of San Diego Toreros One-Day Development Football Camp

The University of San Diego Toreros One-Day Development Football Camp that will be held on the 22nd of June. It is inviting all boys in grade 9 to grade 12 who are aspiring to play football at the college level. In addition, this skill development camp will take place at the state of the art Manchester Field which is in San Diego, California. The training program emphasizes the development of position-specific skills. There will also be competitive drills and scrimmages. Advanced registration cost is $50 per camper while walk-in registration cost is $60 per camper.

Furthermore, this training program will be under the direction of the University of San Diego Toreros college football coaching staff. The camp is set to maintain a 10:1 camper to staff ratio to ensure personalized coaching for each participant.

What to Bring to the University of San Diego Toreros One-Day Development Football Camp

  • Grass Cleats
  • Sneakers
  • Sweat Shirts
  • Sweat Pants
  • Medical form (Walk-in registrants)
  • Liability form (Walk-in registrants)


About the University of San Diego Toreros

The University of San Diego is a private, coeducational, Roman Catholic university in San Diego, California. Its campus is internationally famous for its Spanish Renaissance architecture. Additionally, the university is a member of the Consortium for North American Higher Education Collaboration and the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities. It is also an affiliation of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. Currently, it is offering 42 bachelor’s degree, undergraduate programs. The university is also an Ashoka’s Changemaker Campus Consortium member. It is one of the finest academic institutions in the country. In fact, it is 86th in the US News and World Reports national rankings. And also, it is 188th in Forbes’ national rankings. The University of San Diego undergraduate students population is 5,741 as of 2016. This undergraduate student population is with a 46 percent male and 54 percent female students gender distribution. The University of San Diego’s student to faculty ratio is 14:1. In sports, the university is fielding its 17 intercollegiate men’s and women’s sports teams in the West Coast Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I. Their nickname is Toreros and blue and white are the university’s official colors.

University of San Diego Toreros One-Day Development Football Camp Organizers

Head Coach Dale Lindsey, from Louisville, Kentucky is leading the University of San Diego Toreros college football team. He is now in his seventh season at the helm of the university’s college football program. Coach Dale Lindsey is an alumnus of Western Kentucky University. Ultimately, Coach Dale Lindsey is the 2014 PFL Coach of the Year awardee. He is also an inductee into the Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame.

Completing the Toreros college football coaching staff are Jim Jackson (Co-Offensive Coordinator and Outside Linebackers Coach), Christian Taylor (Co-Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach), Bobby Jay (Defensive Coordinator), Ben Barton (Recruiting Coordinator), Jacques Cesaire (Defensive Line Coach), Taylor Chapatte (Wide Receivers Coach), Garret Robinson (Linebackers Coach), Joe Staab (Nickelbacks Coach), Tyler Sutton (Special Teams Coordinator and Running Backs Coach), Corey White  (Tight Ends Coach), Ben Brunnschweiler (Director of Operations), and Miker Rich (Admin Assistant).

College Football Camp
Service Type
College Football Camp
Provider Name
University of San Diego Toreros,92110,
San Diego, CA
The University of San Diego Toreros One-Day Development Football Camp is the ideal venue to showcase exceptional football skills. It is going to fall on the 22nd of June at the state-of-the-art Manchester Field which is on the University of San Diego campus. This football program is open to all and any boys in grade 9 up to grade 12.


  • San Diego, CA
  • June 22
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