June 2, 2019 - East Texas’s own Dominique Edison will be hosting a youth football camp at the San Augustine High School Stadium on June 15th. Dominique played at SFA State University where he was named NCAA All-American and he then played in the National Football League as wide receiver for the Tennessee Titans.
Edison has enlisted the help of former NFL players, college coaches and current college football players to assist him in putting on this camp. Former NFL player and East Texan Vincent Cartwright will also be at the camp sharing his knowledge of the game.
During the camp, Edison and his coaching staff will thoroughly train and prepare each player to be a better, more confident football player. With excellent football, housing facilities, top coaches, and pro players, Dominique’s goal is to give each camper the finest football instruction available along with an experience they will never forget.
The camp agenda will offer fun, challenging, vigorous game like training and is accepting of everyone’s abilities. The camp coaches take great pride in providing a loving, safe, and welcoming environment for all the campers.
The summer football camp is available for youth ages 7 to 18. The Summer Football Camp will be held on Saturday, June 15th, at San Augustine Wolf Pack Stadium. It is highly encouraged all youth interested in attending the camp pre-register online at edisonfootballcamp.com. Camp spots are limited and guaranteed to fill quickly so register online now. If spots are still available, youth will be allowed to register in person on the day of the camp, beginning at 7:30 a.m.
There will be a $15 fee to participate in the camp, which will include a Dri-Fit camp shirt and food. The camp will conclude at 1:00 p.m.
Athletes attending the camp need to bring cleats and a sports water bottle with them. Camp is non-contact with a focus on drills and activities that are beneficial for football players. Each athlete will work with top experienced sport coaches with a focus on improving footwork, speed and agility, increased balance and control, and building confidence through fundamental development.
Parents and relatives are encouraged to attend the camp practice and concluding ceremony.