Blackmon Rowley Football Camp

2019 Blackmon Rowley Football Combine Camp: A Day of Fun and Competition

On Saturday, July 7, 2019, former NFL players Will Blackmon and Brandon Rowley hosted the fifth annual Blackmon Rowley Football Combine Camp at Bishop Hendricken High School in Warwick, Rhode Island. The one-day clinic was designed to teach basic football skills in a fun, yet competitive setting. It was supported through a grant from the NFL Foundation.

The camp was open to boys and girls ages 6-14. Campers learned a variety of football skills, including passing, catching, running, blocking, and tackling. They also participated in drills and competitions.

Blackmon and Rowley were both on hand to provide instruction and guidance to the campers. They shared their knowledge of the game and helped the campers improve their skills. The campers also had the opportunity to meet and interact with NFL players from the New England Patriots and other teams.

The camp was a huge success. Campers had a great time learning from Blackmon, Rowley, and the other NFL players. They also learned valuable football skills that they can use on the field.

The Blackmon Rowley Football Combine Camp is a great opportunity for young football players to learn from experienced players and coaches. It is also a great way to have fun and make new friends. If you are interested in attending the camp next year, be sure to sign up early.

Here are some of the things that campers learned at the camp:

  • How to properly throw a football
  • How to catch a football
  • How to run a football
  • How to block a defender
  • How to tackle a defender
  • How to compete in a football combine

Here are some of the things that campers said about the camp:

  • “I had so much fun at the camp! I learned a lot and I made some new friends.”
  • “The coaches were really helpful and they taught me a lot.”
  • “I’m going to come back to the camp next year!”