Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Justin Britt will hold three local football camps for young players across the state of Washington this weekend, including one at Sehome High School on Saturday, March 12. Teammate and running back Thomas Rawls will be a guest for the camps.
“I want these kids to walk away knowing more about football than when they got here,” Britt said in a press release about the camps, which also will be held in Sunnyside and Tri-Cities on Sunday and Monday, March 13-14, respectively.
Kids will get to train and play like a pro, according to the release, participating in drills and learning more than just their standard position.
Participants will be split into two age groups, according to age — 7-12 year olds will go from 9 am. to noon, with 13-18 year olds following from 1-4 p.m.
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Registration is $80 per per person and can be completed at justinbritt68.com.
Britt has been a two-year starter for the Seahawks since he was drafted out of Missouri in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft.
Rawls just completed his rookie season after signing as an undrafted free agent out of Central Michigan. He led the team with 830 yards rushing and scored four touchdowns in 2015.
Motivational speaker Spencer Conley also is expected to be in attendance for the camp.