Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Off-Season Development Camps Offer Competitive Advantage

National Football Academies  |  Written by Scot Gregor

Football players from coast to coast are currently competing in the early stages of their respective seasons.  Before long, it’s going to be time to start preparing for 2013. Playing quarterback at a high enough level to attract the attention of college recruiters obviously takes talent. It also takes training and preparation. National Football Academies is ready to help rising young players enhance their skills by offering Off-Season Development camps at locations around the country. OSD camps start in mid-December and run through early May. According to NFA founder Darin Slack, who was an All-State prep quarterback and All-American at the University of Central Florida, OSD camps are critical as players exit one season and start getting ready for the next one.

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About the Author: Scot Gregor is an award-winning sportswriter for the Chicago Daily Herald. In addition to writing about Big 10 and Notre Dame football, Gregor has also covered the White Sox, Bears, Blackhawks, Bulls and college basketball. He grew up in Pittsburgh and watched the Steelers rise to prominence in the 1970s. Gregor has a B.S. degree in Journalism from Ohio University.