Georgia football camps offer athletes some of the best coaching and skill development of college football camps.
Due to this distinction, it seems that location is the prime consideration when choosing the best camp for your athlete.
Like all college football camps, athletes should expect great coaching and intense competition.
The state of Georgia boasts some fine universities and outstanding NCAA athletic programs.
Many of these Georgia football camps will give your athlete the opportunity to run across the hallowed fields and sweat in the end zone in ways that no other football camps can!
The UGA gridiron camps offer several options.
Their camps are unique in that they offer youth football camps that run consecutively Sunday-Tuesday and Tuesday-Thursday, and players may opt to attend both sessions.
High school athletes have the opportunity to attend a kicking camp and an additional three-day camp later in the summer.
The Ramblin' Wreck is offering three types of football camps this summer.
One of their youth football camps is targeted to players in the 1st-8th grade. The cost is low compared to many other college football camps, but it is only one day of instruction.
A second type of day-long camp is for high school athletes. There are three options for dates to attend this camp.
They also offer a one-day kicking camp lasting one Saturday morning.
Bill Curry and his staff are offering two sorts of football camps this year.
One of their youth football camps is open to players as young as entering 2nd grade.
The other camp offerings are all for 11th-12th graders wishing to be prospects for the Georgia State football program.
If your athlete loves to play football and hopes to make some college recruiting lists, camps such as these may be a good investment.
Other Georgia football programs you may be interested in checking out are Georgia Southern and Mercer.