I always look for camps that are directed by high school or college coaches – often with their players as counselors – with at least a 10 to 1 camper-to-coach ratio.
I know it’s only February and the NFL season just ended, but now is the time of year when parents and players need to start thinking about their summer camp plans.
Here are five things to seek in a good summer football camp. My focus here is going to be on the average athlete who plays football mostly for fun with some aspirations to be a high school player. All five tips are relevant to a flag football or contact camp.