PROVO – High school-aged students are getting the chance to experience football Cougar-style through BYU’s annual football camps.
BYU football players say that teaching younger teens new drills and plays gives them a great opportunity to boost their performance. Additionally, the players say they are teaching camp attendees important lessons, like how hard work and effort can help them achieve their dreams.
According to BYU Cougar Nate Sampson, “[The kids are] working on their hands, they’re working on their cutting, but most of all, we’re making them Cougars.”
The team hopes that the football camp will inspire teens to become better football players, as well as better people.
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