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The Pro Football Mini Camp, started in 2009, will not only provide you with the opportunity to receive football instruction in a friendly, exciting environment from some of the region’s best coaches, it will allow you to see how you stack up against other competitors. The camp will also encourage values that will lead to your success off the field – values such as teamwork, dedication, perseverance, integrity and leadership through service.
More than 1,700 young people like you have participated in the camp and have shared Jason’s Vision for building communities of young leaders. The camp in 2017 was a great success and we look forward to seeing you in 2018.
6th, 7th and 8th-grade males
Free; mandatory participation in a servant leadership project serves as camp tuition.
Camp will be held May 19-20.
This year's Coach's Clinic will be held at Wayne High School on April 21. Check-in is at 4:30pm and the Clinic starts at 5:15pm.
Every year, the Pro Football Mini Camp hosts a coach’s clinic that includes a guest speaker and guest instructors. The clinic is designed to bring holistic developmental opportunities to the area’s coaches to assist in improving youth sports through positive and effective coaching techniques, safety awareness and collegiality. We want to challenge area coaches to explore new tools and sharpen existing ones.
John Kasay spent 21 seasons as an NFL kicker, having played with the Seattle Seahawks, Carolina Panthers, and New Orleans Saints. He graduated from the University of Georgia, serves as a member of the board of directors of Coaches Time Out and is the former Director of Athletics and the Charlotte Christian School, where he currently serves as an assistant football coach.
The 2018 clinic will be taught by members of the Purdue University Football staff.
One of the highlights of the 2016 camp was a servant leadership project focusing on presentations and information about the judicial and law enforcement systems. Allen Superior Court Judge Wendy Davis and representatives of the Allen County Sheriff’s Department, Fort Wayne Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation conducted a variety of activities for camp participants.Donate Now
We encourage you to nominate a youth and/or high school coach for the Pro Football Mini Camp Coach of the Year Award, presented annually during the coach’s clinic. The 2016 winners: Matt Alt of the Police Athletic League (PAL) and Mark Koehlinger of Concordia High School.Coach's Award Nomination