The University of Washington Huskies Rising Stars Football Camp is for all high school boys in grade 9 up to grade who are looking to develop their football skills and compete with other top-notch athletes. It is going to run from 1:30 PM until 5:00 PM on the 22nd of June. The venue of this football camp is the state of the art Husky Stadium. In addition, this program will provide sessions for quarterbacks, tight ends, running backs, wide receivers, linebackers, cornerbacks, and strong safety positions. There will also be one-on-one and group drills. Moreover, this training program is non-padded and non-contact. The camp registration fee which includes a free camp t-shirt is $30 per player.
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Furthermore, this training program will be under the supervision of the University of Washington Huskies college football coaching staff. All instructions are going to be in accordance with the participant’s age and skill level.
What to Bring to the University of Washington Huskies Rising Stars Football Camp
- Workout clothes
About the University of Washington
The University of Washington, originally the Territorial University of Washington, is a public research university. It is one of the pioneering universities in the West Coast. It is an affiliation of the Association of American Universities and the University of the Arctic. Likewise, the University of Washington is also a member of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities and the Universities Research Association. The university is among the nation’s top academic institutions. As a matter of fact, it is 54th in 2017 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges National Universities rankings. And, it is 16th in the Top Public Schools rankings. Currently, the university accommodates around 46,100 students. This student population is with a 48 percent male and 52 percent female students gender distribution. Meanwhile, the acceptance rate is 45 percent and the student to faculty ratio is 17:1. The university has 20 intercollegiate men’s and women’s athletics teams. They are competing in the Pacific 12 Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division 1. They are known as the Huskies. Purple and gold are their identity colors.
University of Washington Huskies Rising Stars Football Camp Organizers
Leading the University of Washington Huskies college football team is head coach Chris Petersen, a native of Yuba City, California. Coach Petersen is now entering his sixth season at the helm of the Huskies football program. He is a bachelor’s degree in psychology graduate from the University of California Davis. It is also where he completed his master’s degree in educational psychology. Ultimately, Coach Chris Petersen is the 2010 Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year awardee. This award comes after he led the Boise State Broncos to a +10 win season. Coach Petersen is also a two-time recipient of the Paul “Bear” Bryant Award.
Then, the University of Washington Huskies assistant coaches are Jimmy Lake (Defensive Coordinator and Defensive Backs Coach), Bush Hamdan (Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach), Junior Adams (Wide Receivers Coach), Keith Bhonapha (Recruiting Coordinator and Running Backs Coach), Bob Gregory (Special Teams Coordinator and Inside Linebackers Coach), Will Harris (Assistant Defensive Backs Coach), Scott Huff (Offensive Line Coach and Run Game Coordinator), Pete Kwiatkowski (Co-Defensive Coordinator and Outside Linebackers Coach), Ikaika Malloe (Defensive Line Coach), and Jordan Paopao (Tight Ends Coach).
Finally, Tim Socha is the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach and Aaron Knotts is the Chief of Staff.