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Warhawk Football Camps 2013
Perimeter Camp - June 17-19, 2013
Recommended for grades: 9-12
The Perimeter Camp will provide instruction for quarterbacks, running backs, tight ends and wide receivers as well as defensive backs and linebackers. Concentration will be on the passing game (drop back, sprint, roll-out, play action passes and screens). Also, there will be emphasis on the offensive and defensive running game skills, both individually and in small work groups. For quarterbacks there will be instruction on reading secondary coverages and how to attack them.
Youth Football Camp - June 23-25, 2013
Recommended for grades: 4-8
The Youth Football Camp has been a very productive camp for young men just learning the skills needed to participate in football. It is primarily for learning techniques and focuses on instruction for all positions. Each camper will have equal offensive and defensive practice sessions to give them equal exposure to both sides. The emphasis will be on basic fundamentals.
Lineman Camp - June 26-28, 2013
Recommended for grades: 7-12
The Lineman Camp is designed to develop skills and techniques of players who work in the trenches for their teams. Intensive individual coaching, as well as group work, will assist in helping players to develop not only the techniques necessary to play, but also the development on each player’s confidence. This camp uses helmets and pads and will be open to offensive linemen (including the center, guards, and tackles) and defensive linemen (including the nose guards, tackles, and ends). Campers will be grouped by grade, age and experience.
The purpose of the Warhawk Football Camps is to teach every camper the fundamental and advanced skills necessary to make him a better football player and to help him develop future athletic ideals in sportsmanship, leadership and citizenship.
Four-time AFCA Division III National Coach of the Year, Lance Leipold and his championship staff at UW-Whitewater will lead a camp staff consisting of dedicated coaches from high school and collegiate levels to help campers learn and develop new skills needed to be successful in this great sport of football. This is our 36th year, and we have the reputation of being among the finest technique camps in the Midwest.
Focus of Instruction
Each camper may specialize and choose particular techniques he wishes to learn in the following areas:
- THE QUARTERBACK
Throwing Mechanics, Ball Handling, Passing, Field Leadership & Strategy
- THE RUNNING BACK
Ball Carrying, Faking, Blocking, & Pass Receiving
- THE DEFENSIVE BACK
Tackling, Footwork; Pass Defense (Man to Man & Zone)
- TIGHT ENDS & WIDE RECEIVERS
Releases, Route Running, Receiving, Ball Carrying & Blocking
- THE OFFENSIVE LINEMAN
Stance, Explosion, Pulling, Trapping & Blocking
(Pass Protection, Scramble, Reach, & Double Team)
- THE DEFENSIVE LINEMAN
Stance, Reading Reaction, Slant Techniques, Pass Rushing & Tackling
- THE LINEBACKER
Stance, Reading Reaction, Tackling & Pass Defense
Every camper will be instructed in quickness and agility drills, flexibility, and proper running technique.
Typical Daily Schedule
7:00 - 8:30 • Breakfast
9:00 - 11:15 • Practice
11:30 - 2:00 • Lunch/Free Time
2:00 - 4:15 • Practice
4:30 - 6:00 • Dinner
6:30 - 8:30 • Practice
8:30 - 10:30 • Free Time
*All times are subject to change.
Check-in on Day 1, 11:30 - 12:30(no lunch that day).
Check-out on final day follows the 3pm award ceremony.
Facilities for all summer camps are among the finest in the country. The main hub of activity for the football camps will be the Williams Center Physical Education Center, the David L. Kachel/DLK Fieldhouse and surrounding fields. The center has a swimming pool, 3 gymnasiums, 4 handball/racketball courts, 60,000 sq. ft. fieldhouse and a 12,000 sq. ft. weight room.
Warhawk Football Camps are part of a select group of camps that use helmets and shoulder pads. No scrimmage will be allowed without the proper equipment. We will furnish helmets and shoulder pads if necessary, however it is preferred that campers bring their own helmets and pads.
Check with your state high school activities association concerning their rule on equipment. Some states limit you to the use of head gear only and some will not allow the use of any equipment. Some states do not allow the use of equipment belonging to a high school.
Note: Participants will not be allowed to practice with eyeglasses on unless they are unbreakable. This is in accordance with NCAA rules as well as most states' activities associations.
Housing & Food
The residence halls are within walking distance of the football fields and the Williams Center complex. Resident campers will be housed two to a room. The dining halls are located in close proximity to the residence halls and serve three well-balanced meals daily to resident campers. Commuter campers in all camps will be entitled to lunch and dinner. These meals are included in the camp fee.
Each camper will be covered by a group accident insurance policy. The cost of insurance is included in the registration fee. The insurance includes primary coverage up to $7,500 and $300 maximum dental insurance. (Insurance does not cover pre-existing injuries and is for accidents only.) Every precaution will be taken to prevent accidents. The Warhawk Football Camps will have a camp health supervisor available.
Final registration/check-in will be held on the first day of each camp from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. with lunch on your own. About 2–3 weeks prior to the start of each camp, specific instructions for reporting to camp will be sent to participants, as well as a list of what to bring and the residence hall assignment.
The camp fee for all of the camps will be $300* for resident campers and $260* for commuters. This includes a $100 nonrefundable deposit. Fee includes meals, lodging, insurance, instructional materials and camp t-shirt.
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater is committed to equal opportunity in its educational programs, activities and employment policies, for all persons, regardless of race, color, gender, creed, religion, age, ancestry, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, political affiliation, marital status, Vietnam-era veteran status, parental status and pregnancy.
If you have any disabling condition that requires special accommodations or attention, please advise us well in advance. We will make every effort to accommodate your special needs.
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