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Profiling the PAC-12 summer football camps

Today, we take a look at the different ways that PAC-12 schools will operate their summer camps.  The PAC-12 programs typically won’t draw as many campers as the SEC programs, but just like everyone, the PAC-12 coaches are trying to evaluate future prospects during their summer camps.

Arizona, UCLA, USC, and Utah will each host a 7 on 7 camp.  Oregon and Washington State will each host a full contact camp.  Oregon State has a pretty simple plan, a 4-day camp for grades 6-12.

Here’s the full breakdown:

Arizona will host a 1-day 7 on 7 camp, a 1-day Big Man Competition, a 3-day camp for ages 14-18, a 3-day camp for ages 8-13, and a 1-day camp for specialists ages 14-18.

Arizona State will host a 3-day camp for grades 5-12 and a 1-day JR/SR prospect camp.

UCLA will host a 1-day camp for high school campers, 1-day linemen camp, a 1-day high school camp for skill positions and specialists, a 1-day day 7 on 7 camp, and a 3-day youth camp for grades 3-8.

USC will host a 1-day OL / DL camp for high school campers, a 1-day skill position only camp for high school campers, a 2-day Rising Stars prospect camp for grade 10-12, a 1-day 7 on 7, a 1-day youth camp for grades 3-8, and a 1-day kicking camp for grades 7-12.

Oregon will host a 5-day full contact camp for grades 8-12 and a 1-day kicking / snapping camp for high school campers.  The Ducks call it “The premier full contact camp in the Northwest.”

Oregon State will host a 4-day camp for grades 6 -12.

Washington will host a 1-day high school only camp, 2 separate 1-day passing camps for high school teams, and a 2-day Rising Star prospect camp for grades 10-12.

Washington State will host a 4-day full contact camp for high school campers and a 1-day youth camp for K-8 graders.

Stanford gets serious.  The Cardinal will host a 2-day camp for high school campers, a 2-day quarterbacks only camp, a 1-day wide receivers camp that is matched up with a 1-day defensive backs camp, a 1-day specialists camp, a 2-day team camp, a 1-day passing camp, a 2-day youth camp, and a separate 1-day youth camp.

Cal will host a 3-day full contact camp for high school campers, 2 separate 3-day youth camps for ages 6-13, and a 2-day kicking camp for high school campers.

Utah will host a 1 day 7 on 7 camp for high schools, 2 separate 3-day youth camps, a 1-day high school skill position only camp, a 1-day OL / DL / kicking camp.

Colorado will host 2 separate 3-day youth camps for grades 1-8, a 1-day OL / DL camp, 2 separate 1-day high school skill position only camps, and a 1-day kicking camp.

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Click here to see the SEC Western Division summer camp analysis.

Author: Administrator