Connect with us

Camps/Combines

May Madness Format Produces Star Moments

May Madness Format Produces Star Moments

Camp formats are always changing.  Over the years I have been lucky enough to be on the innovation end of how camps run, what events are included, and how to get the "Max-Reps" in.  This means constantly re-evaluating and learning how to arrange a field, how to move all these big fast bodies around safely, and how to keep the energy up and keep things fresh and most of all fun!

Tracy Ford and his staff earn high marks from me and NWPR for making the event yesterday in Bellevue, Washington a great one.  They had just the right amount of warm-ups, and a nice balance of skill drills.  One of the mistakes camps make is that they have no time to teach skill and yet they do it to the point that we don't see enough competition.  These were highly skilled kids, all 150 of them were accomplished athletes and potential college recruits.  That made Ford's job easier.  But he still delivered.

We will discuss this more later - let's start with our pics.  Hop over to Facebook and review our 750 pictures and give us a like and a share while you are there.  We are pushing 7,000 fans and want you to be one of them.

Check out our Pics here!

I am the Founder of the Northwest Prep Report. For 15 years I have led the way to the best of my ability to promote the best talent from the Pacific NW free of charge. It is my pleasure to continue to serve High School athletes from all over the Pacific NW and beyond. Formerly with Rivals.com my sites have now crossed over 8,000 stories, 7 MILLION Video Views, and 15,000 regular followers. Together with the best football people in the USA we pursue excellence for our NW athletes.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More in Camps/Combines

Skip to toolbar