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Valley City State University-Football

Line of Scrimmage Camp

Location Valley City, ND
Event Date(s) Jul 8, 2020 to Jul 9, 2020
Grades 9th to 12th
This event has been canceled.

Event Description

Line of Scrimmage Camp

Two day intensive instruction of offensive and defensive line fundamentals from college and high school line coaches.

To provide intensive instruction of offensive and defensive line fundamentals.

July  8th-9th

Grades: Entering 9th-12th
Overnight | $120*
Commuter | $105
*If camper needs to stay on July 8th add $15

** After July 1st, add $10.00 to the cost.



Location: Valley City State University Ellig Field
VCSU is located 45 minutes west of Fargo on Interstate 94.
The Osmon Fieldhouse is located 2 blocks north of Exit 292.

What should I bring to camp?
Helmet, shoulder pads, mouthguard, two sets of workout clothes, tennis shoes and football shoes. Overnight campers should also bring swimming trunks, towel, pillow, blanket, bedding, toiletries.

When should I report to camp?
Wednesday, July 8th
Check-in 8:30–9:15 a.m. at Ellig Field
Departure Time
Thursday, July 9th, 4:00 p.m

Where will I stay?
Overnight campers will stay in residential halls on the campus of VCSU. They will be supervised 24 hours a day by coaches who will be staying with them. Campers who need to stay overnight on July 7th will be charged $15.00 and may check in from 6:00–10:00 p.m.

July 8th
8:30 AM - 9:15 AM Registration at Ellig Field Check-in at Residence Hall
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM Introductions, Rules
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Practice #1
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Lunch
2:30 PM - 5:00 PM Practice #2
5:30 PM Supper
Evening Swimming Pool Availability
11:00 PM Lights Out
July 9th
7:30 AM Wake-Up
7:45 AM Breakfast
9:15 AM - 11:30 AM Practice #3
11:45 AM - 12:45 PM Lunch
1:45 PM Practice #4 Battle of Baghdad/Towel Pull
4:00 PM  Hall Check-Out

“Cambridge-Isanti High school has been making the trek to Valley City for the past three years. We have seen great improvement in our line play in that time. Our linemen practice new techniques and hone their skills against other linemen from MN, ND, and SD. Linemen have the opportunity to work with college line coaches from around the area and in all levels of collegiate football. Each year I attend, I have been able to pick up techniques, drills, and ideas from some really great coaches. The staff at VCSU is always great to work with and are excited we attend. The same kids who started coming to the camp three years ago as Freshman will be attending their fourth camp in a row together this summer. Our coaching staff is pleased to see this tradition grow each year. I highly recommend bringing your linemen to this outstanding camp.”
Shane Weibel
Head Football Coach; Cambridge-Isanti, MN

“There are many football camps offered to student-athletes, but there is only one Line of Scrimmage Camp. VCSU LOS Camp offers many opportunities in their focused two day program. My players improve through position specific drill-work led by outstanding OL/DL coaches. The camp offers my younger players an opportunity to compete in controlled settings against age appropriate and skill leveled competition. LOS Camp offers my elite players the opportunity to compete with and against some of the best players in the region. I also learn the latest drills and techniques at camp; drills that I take back and use in the fall.”
Cory Volk
Offensive Line Coach; Bismarck Century High School
2015/2016/2019 AAA North Dakota State Champions

“The LOS Camp is the most quality football camp I have been associated with. We have been sending athletes to the camp for the past ten
years with great results. The athlete-to-coach ratio is excellent as are the camp instructors. The time spent on individual technique and the
time allowed for team concepts makes this an invaluable camp for our offensive and defensive linemen. We believe the consistency of our
offensive and defensive lines can be attributed directly to the skills and techniques that the athletes learn and to the knowledge gained by
myself and my staff from the high level of coaching instruction at the ‘LOS Camp.’ Coach Horner and his staff are second to none.”

Steve Kleinjan
Head Football Coach; New Salem, ND High School
2016 State 9 Man Runnerup