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MEDIA ALERT 3rd annual Wise Big Man Camp

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WHO: Super Bowl Champion Deatrich Wise JR. New England Patriots (Arkansas/Hebron High School), Daniel Wise Washington Football Club (Kansas/Hebron High School), Myles Garrett Cleveland Browns(Texas A&M/Arlington Martin), L.J. Collier Seattle Seahawks(TCU), Taco Charlton, Kansas City Chiefs, LaAdrian Waddle(Texas Tech) WHAT: The Wise Big Man camp for 7-12th graders is scheduled for Saturday, June 26th atAlDl Training Facility 3000 Belmeade rd. Carrollton, Texas 75006. The goal is to help Lineman develop specialized football skills in Offensive & Defensive line play while providing character development and inspiration from local NFL Pros. Campers will rotate through specific drills with coaches and learn the fundamentals and techniques. Deatrich Wise JR and other NFL pros will give a motivational and inspirational speech to campers. National Recruiting service expert Greg Hoyd of “Playing for Envelopes” will be giving recruiting advice to parents and campers on how to get recruited by colleges. 

WHEN: Saturday, June 26th, 2021 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM 

WHERE: AlDl Training facility Carrollton, Texas 75006 SPONSORS: Whataburger, Meisrow Financial, BSN Sports, Body Armor, Playing for Envelopes.

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