More Access than Ever Imagined!
Gather your football friends and join us for V-Camp, a virtual, week-long, day-camp with more football access, entertainment and learning than ever imagined!
V-Camp Summer Week is packed with pro coaches and NFL Alumni heroes that want to make a difference in kid’s lives.
What V-Camp Week Looks Like…
REMOTE – a virtual connection straight to your camper from our coaches, NFL players and experts.
INCLUSIVE- Invite football friends to assist, train or compete with you
PACKED – designed exactly like a traditional non-contact football camp week.
COMPREHENSIVE – addressing athletic skills, football skills and life skills…and having fun
You will receive…
Daily Live Zoom Huddles with NFL Alumni Heroes, each lasting 25-30 minutes.
25-30 football instruction features, Monday – Friday, 9am – 2pm.
Each instruction feature runs 5-9 minute focusing in QB, RB, WR & DB. After viewing, head out, embrace the challenge, build skills & confidence.
Instruction features do not disappear –they are saved for the camper for 24 hours.
All features are designed to instruct, motivate, challenge and entertain
Things you might need….
Invite football buddies to assist, train or compete with you. Run your own camp!
I-phone or laptop with internet access.
Football & the desire to improve your game better.
Schedule is example only.
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Join us for a New Approach to the Greatest Game!
V-Camp Sample Schedule
Monday-Friday, 9:00 am-2:00 pm
SAMPLE SCHEDULE with GENERAL PLAN
9:00 am: V5 Life Skills #1, Dynamic Warm Up
Functional Movements, Agility, Speed
10:00 am: -Individual Skill, Hand-Eye, Advanced Challenges, Skill Challenges
11:00 am: Hero Message of Day
-Off the Field Excellence, Interactive Q&A
12:00 noon: Advanced Athletic & Football Skills
1:00 pm: Game Changer Skills
2:00 pm: Small Space Games
3:00 pm: Final Whistle, V5 Life Skill #2
Pro Coaches & NFL Alumni Heroes
COACHES: V-Camps are led by professional, USA Football Certified coaches with High School, College or professional coaching backgrounds.
HEROES: NFL Alumni Heroes provide supplemental instruction. These are former players, fathers and family men that played the world’s ultimate team sport at the highest level. They join us because they love teaching kids through football. See participating NFL Alumni Heroes on tab below.
Other Helpful Details
- A computer, laptop or Iphone connection is required.
- For the best experience, an appropriately-sized football is needed.
- Other helpful home training materials include a jump rope, old tennism markers cones, or wiffle balls, a target for throwing, cones, even access to a clean garbage can for throwing targets.
- Vital 5 Life Skill Lessons integrated into camp daily.
- Be sure to stay nourished. Eat well, non-greasy foods. Drink plenty of fluids and increase that on hot days. Wear sunscreen always.
The Pro Sports Experience Staff
CAMP DIRECTORS: Camps are led by professional, USA Football Certified Coaches. Our coaches develop athletic skill, build confidence and provide positive reinforcement. These outstanding educators are the foundation of our day-to-day operations and the key to our program quality.
- Scott Baum, Loyola Academy, (IL), 20 yrs exp
- Al Crosby, Neumann-Goretti High School, (PA) 14 yrs exp
- Dan Davis, Mt. Juliet High School, (TN)
- John Grogan, St. Viator, (IL) 12 yrs exp
- Tony Johnson, Evanston High School, (IL) 17 yrs exp
- John Murphy, Farleigh Dickinson College –15 yrs exp
- Dave Mogensen, University of Wisconsin-Milwukee, 15 yrs exp
PARTICIPATING NFL ALUMNI HEROES
Our coaches are supported by NFL-Alumni Camp Heroes that played for teams including the Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles and Tennessee Titans. These men, having played the world’s greatest team sport, are committed to teaching skills and values they learned through football. Some of the following NFL Alumni Heroes are scheduled to appear at various times throughout camp operations and/or have appeared at Pro Sports Experience camps in the past.
In terms of scheduling Heroes, we will assign three to every camp. However, we cannot guaranteed each Hero will be from your favorite hometown team.
Wendell Davis (LSU): Wide Receiver, 1988-93
Kris Haines (Notre Dame): Wide Receiver, 79-81
Jim Morrissey (Michigan State): Linebacker, 1985-93
Adrian Peterson (Georgia Southern): Running Back, 2002-09
James Thornton (Cal State Fullerton): Tight End, 1988-92
Brent Novoselsky (Pennsylvania); Tight End, 1988
GREEN BAY PACKERS
Kevin Barry, U of Arizona, Offensive Lineman, 2002-2006
Johnnie Gray, Cal State Fullerton, Safety, 1975-1983
Darryl Ingram, California Berkeley, Tight End, 1989-1993
Kurt Larson, Michigan State, Linebacker, 1991
Chris Francies, University of Texas at El Paso, WR, 2001-2002
Dexter McNab, Florida, Running Back, 1992-1994
Bryce Paup, Northern Iowa, Linebacker, 1990-1994
Paul Rudzinski, Michigan State, Linebacker, 1978-1982
Bill Schroeder, Wisconsin Lacrosse, Wide Receiver, 1994-2001
NEW YORK GIANTS
Stephen Baker, (Fresno State) WR – (87-92)
Keith Elias, (Princeton) RB – (94-96)
Sam Garnes, (Cincinnati) S – (97-01)
Rodney Hampton, (Georgia) RB – (90 – 97)
Fred Barnett (Arkansas State): Wide Receiver, 1990-1997
Bill Bergey (Arkansas State): Linebacker, 1974-1980
Garry Cobb (USC): Linebacker, 1985-1987
Mike Schad (QueensU): Offensive Lineman, 1989-93
William Thomas (Texas A&M): Linebacker, 1991-2001
Brandon Whiting (Cal Berkeley): Defensive End, 1998-2003
Blaine Bishop (Ball State): Safety – 1993-2001
Gerald McRath (Southern Mississippi): Linebacker – 2009-2012
Brett Ratliff (Utah): Quarterback – 2011
Chris Sanders (Ohio State): Wide Receiver – 1995-2002