Hoke, U-M Coaching Staff to Host Wolverine Technique Schools
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May 1, 2014

Camp Information | MichiganFootballCamp.com

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- University of Michigan J. Ira and Nicki Harris Family Head Football Coach Brady Hoke and his staff will host Wolverine Technique Schools this June for high school students (entering grades 9-12), youth (entering grades 6-8) and kicking (entering grades 8-12).

The Wolverine Technique School for high school students will be held from June 15-19, while the youth camp will be June 20-22 and a kicking camp will be held from June 13-14 at the University of Michigan. It will mark the 40th year of the high school football camp and the sixth youth camp.

The camps, which will focus on teaching technique and fundamentals in a non-contact setting from some of the top college and high school coaches in the nation, will be held at the University of Michigan athletic facilities and will include multiple visits to Michigan Stadium.

On the field, campers will compete in seven-on-seven and one-on-one drills, while off the field they will hear from college coaches and former Michigan players and professional football players. As an exciting new addition in 2014, U-M will have current members of the Michigan football team assisting with camp activities.

Another part of the camp includes Michigan's strength and conditioning staff, led by director of strength & conditioning Aaron Wellman, instructing campers on technique as well as safety while utilizing the football weight room.

For more information, including camp details, directions and transportation along with payment options, please visit MichiganFootballCamp.com.

Please note resident (dorm) spots are limited and will fill up quickly.

WOLVERINE TECHNIQUE SCHOOLS

KICKING CAMP
JUNE 13-14

HIGH SCHOOL
JUNE 15-19

YOUTH CAMP
JUNE 20-22

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Media Contact: Zach Eisendrath (734) 763-4423


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