The best part is you get better while playing on the Blue Turf, one of the coolest things in college football!
This camp is open to individuals as well as high school teams (grades 9-12). Individual campers will be placed on Renegade teams to compete in all individual, one-on-one and team sessions of the camp. Players should be prepared to compete in drills and competition under the direction of the Boise State Football Staff.
Camp will conclude at 10:30 PM on Tuesday, June 15th.
For team registration, a team code will be provided and we ask that all members of a team coming together register on-line. Payment for the team needs to be received by Sunday, June 13. All coaches with teams must do a Boise State University background check and fill out volunteer forms, prior to arriving for camp. Contact Joel Schneider with coaches names and email addresses at least 1 Month prior to camp.
The Camp is a contact Camp (Thud tempo for most scrimmages but players to wear and supply own full gear). If a player cannot bring their own gear, gear is available for Rental.
Camp participation is open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).
Camp prices reflect camp instruction and the following meals:
Meals – Day Campers
Sunday, June 13 – Dinner
Monday, June 14 – Lunch, Dinner
Tuesday, June 15 – Lunch, Dinner
Rates – Team Day
$130/player (Dinner on Sunday, Lunch and Dinner on Monday and Tuesday)
Daily Goal Line Challenges:
Goal Line Challenges pitting one team against another will take place during daily team periods on Thursday afternoon, Friday morning/afternoon and Saturday morning/afternoon. The teams with the most energy and hype will be selected at the end of the practice periods to square off on the Blue of Bronco Stadium. Be ready for the Challenge!
Big Man Challenge:
This unique competition allows the “Big Men of the Trenches” (Offensive and Defensive Linemen) the opportunity to show off their skills, strength and agility. Boise State Head Strength & Conditioning Coach Reid Kagy, Offensive Line Coach Tim Keane and Defensive Line Coach Frank Maile have formulated these drills to give players a competitive edge for the upcoming season.
Last Team Standing Group B/JV Tournament:
The younger players in camp get their chance to shine on the final night of Camp with the Last Team Standing Tournament. All Group B teams will be placed in a tournament bracket and get a 15 minute running clock game from the 40 yard line in. No kicking, so go for it on 4th down. If turned over on downs, possession change takes place and ball spotted at 40. After a TD, ball placed at 3 yard line for one point non-kicking attempt for PAT. Tie-breaker will be OT format from three-yard line.
Varsity teams will get the chance to shine under the stadium lights of the Blue on Tuesday evening, with round robin Red Zone Challenges at either end. Each team will get four plays for a first down, and then four more inside the 10. We’ll keep the action going so we can get as many teams rolling through the challenges from 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm and then crown a 2021 Team Champion.