2 Day Lineman Camp: Madison Area
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SNC Lineman Camps!
The SNC Lineman Camps are dedicated to providing quality, in-depth instruction on the techniques of Offensive and Defensive Line play to campers as well as providing life skills and off the field success training at camp.
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**Players may only register for one position.
Players will not be allowed to work both offense and defense due to camp structure and teaching progression.
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Become a Difference Maker!!
We want to make a difference in every offensive and defensive lineman in our camps and helping them to become a Difference Maker on their team. Our staff will be Difference Makers in the lives of each of our campers, helping them become better players and people. Our staff share life lessons they have learned to also help our campers succeed off the field.
No matter your age or skill level, this camp is for you. Age specific instruction is taught to campers, where everything from basic to advanced skills are taught, demonstrated and instructed. Campers will learn valuable football skills and life lessons. Become a Difference Maker!!
High School Instructional Camp
Our 2-day High School Instructional Camps are held at facilities throughout the country. Training camps are open to students in grades 9-12. They are jam packed with intense, specialized instruction which includes individual technique teaching, small group instruction, and offensive vs defensive drills such as 1 on 1 Pass Protection/Rush.
Players must specialize either on offense or defensive line for duration of camp. Players of similar age, height, weight, and skill level will be grouped together. This is a padded camp. Campers are responsible for providing their own helmet and shoulder pads.
Offensive Line - The emphasis of teaching for the Offensive Line will include:
Stance, Starts, Footwork, Pulling, Trapping, Drive Block, Double Team Block, Down Block, and Pass Protection Schemes and Techniques.
Defensive Line - The emphasis of teaching of the Defensive Line will include:
Stance, Starts, Footwork, Block Destruction, Escape Moves, Stunting Techniques, and Pass Rush Techniques.
- Small group instruction with our experienced and committed staff
- Age appropriate instruction
- Life Lesson Talks from Camp Staff Members
- Videotape evaluation and review of Offensive Line vs Defensive Line periods
- Classroom instruction OL - defensive front structure and identification
- Advanced pass protection schemes and techniques stressed and taught
- Advanced pass rush techniques and Twist game techniques taught and demonstrated
- Classroom instruction DL - offensive sets, personel, pass protection schemes, running game schemes, etc
HEALTH & SAFETY
Due to the heat and fast-paced tempo of our camp sessions, each camper is encouraged to come to camp in good physical condition. Every effort is made to protect the health and safety of each camper through our supervised warm-up periods, constant inspection of equipment and responsible instruction. It is the responsibility of each camper to stay hydrated. Water will be available at all times.
All athletes and their guests are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times at our camps. Rules and policies are in place to protect athletes, coaches, and property. These rules will be discussed before the start of camp and are expected to be followed. Athletes dismissed from camp due to discipline problems will not be entitled to a refund.
ACTS OF NATURE POLICY
In the event of bad weather every effort will be made to continue the camp using an indoor facility. In the event that a camp is cancelled due to acts of nature we will give credit for an additional camp of equal value. Refunds will not be made due to acts of nature.
Campers attending our High School camp are required to provide their own helmet and shoulder pads. This is a padded camp. No football activities will be allowed without proper equipment. Campers should check with their state high school association concerning the use of equipment in camps to make sure they are following their state guidelines.