Over thirty young men learned football skills and life lessons when they attended the three day long Tiger Football camp last week.
While attending camp, the future Tiger players worked on their football skills and learned drills they could continue to work on to enhance their development. But that wasn't all the young men learned as they also received instruction on attitudes, leadership and effort in football, in school and in life.
The older campers were given the opportunity to participate in an NFL style combine competition and the younger campers participated in a Punt, Pass and Kick competition.
Tiger Head Football Coach, Brian Hodnett deemed the camp a huge success and extended a "special thanks to the parents for sending their kids
to camp and supporting Jacksboro Tiger Athletics."