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2000 Tommy Bowden Football Camp

2000 Tommy Bowden Football Camp

Feb. 15, 2000

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Dear Camper, I would like to personally invite you to attend the 2000 Tommy Bowden Football Camp. While attending the camp you will receive instructions from our assistant coaches as well as selected high school coaches in all aspects of football, including: passing, receiving, line play, blocking, pass and run defense and kicking.

Fundamentals and techniques for each position will be taught and drilled in both the morning and afternoon sessions. Evening sessions will emphasize league games (no contact) in team groups at our practice fields. The final day of camp will feature a “Clemson Combine” in which campers will participate in a series of speed and agility related drills. We invite all parents to attend the final games of each camp.

Each camper will have an opportunity to choose which position he wishes to better his skills at. All sessions will be supervised by coaches as well as having a full-time trainer on duty at all times.

The camp is open to all young athletes entering 4th – 12th grade for the 2000-2001 school year and will consist of two sessions, June 11-14 and June 14- 17. Registration begins at 1:00 on June 11th and 14th.

GO TIGERS! Tommy Bowden Head Football Coach

Camp Dates SESSION I – June 11-14 SESSION II – June 14-17

Camp Costs: $225.00 Resident Camper $140.00 Commuter Camper

Included in camp cost is ground transportation to and from Greenville/Spartanburg Airport.

(Discount Rates are available to groups.)

For more information call: (864) 656-1915

REGISTRATION Session I June 11th 1:00 – 4:00 McFadden Center

Session II June 14th 1:00 – 4:00 McFadden Center

RESIDENT SCHEDULE Day 1 1:00 Camper Registration 4:00 Group Assembly 4:30 Practice Starts 5:45 Dinner 7:00 League Games 8:30 View Highlight Films 10:30 Campers in Room 10:45 Lights out

Day 2 8:45 Arrive to Practice 9:00 Practice Starts 10:45 Facilities Tour 11:30 Lunch 2:30 Group Assembly 2:45 Practice Starts 4:45 Dinner 7:00 League Games 8:30 View Highlight Films 10:30 Campers in Room 10:45 Lights out

Day 3 8:45 Arrive to Practice 9:00 Practice Starts 10:45 Specialty Period 11:30 Lunch 2:30 Group Assembly 2:45 Practice Starts 4:45 Dinner 7:00 League Games 8:30 View Highlight Films 10:30 Campers in Room 10:45 Lights out

Day 4 8:45 Arrive to Practice 9:00 Clemson Combine 10:45 Practice Ends/ Pick Up (at practice fields)

COMMUTER SCHEDULE Day 1 1:00 Camper Registration 4:00 Group Assembly 4:30 Practice Starts 5:45 Practice Ends/ Pick Up (at practice fields)

Day 2 8:45 Arrive to Practice 9:00 Practice Starts 10:45 Facilities Tour 11:30 Lunch 2:30 Group Assembly 2:45 Practice Starts 4:30 Practice Ends/ Pick Up (at practice fields)

Day 3 8:45 Arrive to Practice 9:00 Practice Starts 11:30 Lunch 2:30 Group Assembly 2:45 Practice Starts 4:30 Practice Ends/ Pick Up (at practice fields)

Day 4 8:45 Arrive to Practice 9:00 Clemson Combine 10:45 Practice Ends/ Pick Up (at practice fields)

GENERAL INFORMATION * The Camp staff has over 200 years coaching experience. They will teach you the fundamentals of all positions * The camp will always have at least two certified trainers at all time. * As a convenience to each camper, a camp bank is available for the purchase of pizza, drinks, and Clemson gear. Any unused money will be refunded. * Tommy Bowden Football Camp is a “non-contact camp.” * Quarterbacks are required to bring their own footballs. * Each camper will receive a Nike T-Shirt and a certificate of participation.

RANDY BROWN – NEW KICKING CAMP Special Teams Consultant

The Tommy Bowden Football Camp will have a special guest during Session II. Randy Brown, NFL Special Teams Consultant, will host the Kicking Camp. Randy Brown has evaluated and developed many of the NFL’s top kickers. This camp will be held in conjunction with the Tommy Bowden Football Camp.

WHAT TO BRING: Campers should bring tennis shoes, football shoes, under shorts, T-shirts, gym shorts, athletic socks, socks, sheets, blanket (dorm is air-conditioned), pillow case, toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, towels, comb, and a willingness to learn. Camp will not be responsible for lost items.

WHAT NOT TO BRING: TV, expensive radio, expensive watches, football pads helmets.

DISCIPLINE: Any serious violation of camp rules and regulations could result in immediate dismissal from camp. There will be no refund of tuition in this situation.

INSURANCE: Accidental medical coverage is included in the camp tuition. A professional athletic trainer is on duty at all times. Because of the rigorous daily schedule, each camper should come to camp in good physical condition.

PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS: In the interest of the camper’s health and safety, we require a parental slip and a physical examination. Both of these forms are included within the camp application. The parental permission slip gives the physicians at Clemson University the authority to treat your child in case of illness or emergency. The physical form insures that your child is in top physical condition to compete in camp. Any physical signed within the calendar year by a licensed physician will be accepted. School physicals will be accepted if they meet the requirement of your state high school association.

NCAA RULES AND REGULATIONS: No free or reduced privileges – Institutional staff members or representatives of its athletics interest shall not employ or give free of reduced admission privileges to a high school, preparatory school, or a two-year college athletics award winner.

Senior prospect prohibition – “Senior prospective student-athletes” shall not be permitted to enroll, participate, or be employed in an institution’s summer sports camp. The definition of a “senior prospective student-athlete” is one who is eligible for admission to a member institution or who has started classes for his senior year in high school.

The Tommy Bowden Football Camp is open to any and all with entrance limited only by number and age.

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