UK Football v2 300LEXINGTON, Ky. (4/2/13) – University of Kentucky football head coach Mark Stoops and the Wildcat football program have announced 2013 camp information. The football program will host eight camps this summer beginning on June 8 and running through the middle of July. Detailed information on the camps is posted below.
 
For more information call 859.257.3611 or visit http://www.ukathletics.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/031113aaa.html.
 
SATURDAY NIGHT PRIME TIME CAMP
High School Juniors and Seniors To Be • June 8
 
This camp is designed to enhance players’ skills as they prepare for their upcoming seasons in high school. The Kentucky coaches provide instruction for all offensive and defensive positions. The coaches will teach the same fundamentals that they teach the UK players and the finer points of each position. Discussions on what to expect during the recruiting process and a tour of the UK facilities will take place. Registration is from 5:30-7:00 pm in the Nutter Training Center. Cleats only, no helmets.
 
$30.00 per camper – Includes: Instruction and Camp T-Shirt
 
WILDCAT KICKING CAMP
High School 9th - 12th Graders To Be • June 9
 
The goal of this camp is to improve the technical skills of special teams players. Instruction on punting, kickoffs, field goals and long snapping will take place. Registration is from 8:00-9:00 am in the Nutter Training Center.
 
$40.00 per camper – Includes: Instruction and Camp T-Shirt
 
WILDCAT HIGH SCHOOL CAMP
High School 9th - 12th Grades To Be • June 9-11
 
This camp provides any high school football player an excellent way to receive quality instruction from the University of Kentucky football coaching staff. Registration is from 11:00 am-2:00 pm in the Nutter Training Center.
 
Overnight Camper: $270.00 – Includes: Instruction, Camp T-Shirt, Meals and Housing
 
Day Camper: $225.00 – Includes: Instruction and Camp T-Shirt
 
WILDCAT JUNIOR CAMP
Age 8 through 8th Graders To Be • June 12-14
 
Instruction will be provide for all offensive and defensive positions. Registration starts at 7:30-9:00 am.
 
$220.00 per camper – Includes: Instruction, Camp T-Shirt and Lunch
 
JUNIOR HIGH 7 ON 7 PASSING CAMP
Organized Middle School Teams ONLY • June 15
 
The Annual Kentucky Football Camp's Middle School 7 on 7 Passing Camp will be an opportunity for teams to prepare for the upcoming season, enhance teamwork, and improve their passing game. Every team will play a minimum of four games. The University of Kentucky coaching staff will be on site to interact and provide instruction for the teams. All teams must supply a roster PRIOR to registration. Registration is from 7:00-8:30 am in the Nutter Training Center.
 
$225.00 per team
 
FRIDAY NIGHT BLUE LIGHTS CAMP
High School Juniors and seniors to be • July 19
 
This camp is designed to enhance players’ skills as they prepare for their upcoming seasons in high school. The Kentucky coaches provide instruction for all offensive and defensive positions. The coaches will teach the same fundamentals that they teach the UK players and the finer points of each position. Discussions on what to expect during the recruiting process and a tour of the UK facilities will take place. Registration is from 5:30-7:00 pm in the Nutter Training Center. Cleats only, no helmets.
 
$30.00 per camper – Includes: Instruction and Camp T-Shirt
 
HIGH SCHOOL 7 ON 7 PASSING CAMP
Organized High School Teams ONLY • July 20
 
This camp provides high school teams the opportunity to prepare for the upcoming fall season, enhance teamwork, and improve their passing game. The University of Kentucky coaching staff will be on site to interact and provide instruction for the teams. REQUIRES ALL PLAYERS TO HAVE A HELMET, MOUTHPIECE, AND CLEATS. All teams must supply a roster at registration. Registration is from 7:00-8:30 am in the Nutter Training Center. *Please Note: Space is limited
 
$250.00 per team – Includes: Instruction and Camp T-Shirt
 
OFFENSIVE DEFENSIVE LINEMAN CAMP
High School 9th - 12th Grades To Be • July 20
 
The Kentucky line coaches will teach the fundamentals of line play on both sides of the ball. Run and pass blocking, sled work and one-on-one drill will be taught on offense. Defeating blocks, pass rush, and hand-to-hand techniques will be emphasized on defense. Campers may split position instruction time at camp. Helmet, mouthpiece, practice jersey, and cleats required. Registration is from 7:00-8:30 am in The Nutter Training Center.
 
$40.00 per camper – Includes: Instruction and Camp T-Shirt
 
NCAA rules prohibit payment of camp expenses (camp tuition, transportation, spending money, etc.) for campers by University of Kentucky boosters. NCAA rules also prohibit free or reduced camp admissions for prospects (7th grade or above). If you have any questions, notify camp officials prior to attending camp. The University of Kentucky's camps and clinics are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender). For campers to stay overnight at any UK Athletics Camp, the camper must be at least 12 years of age at the start of the camp.

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