football | May 20, 2022
LOS ANGELES–Eight summer USC soccer camps conducted by the new USC head coach Lincoln Rileyhis coaching staff and current student-athletes, will take place in June.
All USC football camps are open to all participants and positions (limited only by number, age and/or grade level) and are hosted at USC football facilities including Howard Jones/Brian Kennedy Fields, the John McKay Center and Heritage Hall.
Three Future Trojan Youth Camps will be held on June 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Open to all beginners in grades 3 through 6, the camps focus on position-specific, non-contact exercise. This camp is open to all position groups. Topics such as strength and condition, sports nutrition and athleticism are also covered.
Rising Stars Camp, open to players of all positions in Grades 9 through 12, will be held on June 5th. It is aimed at experienced athletes who are looking for an opportunity to play at the highest level of college football. Campers receive elite-level tuition in a fast-paced and competitive environment and includes position-specific tuition, group tuition and one-on-one competitive periods.
Trojans in Training Middle School Camp takes place on June 21st and is open to all students in Grades 6-8. This camp is for middle school athletes who are preparing to play at the highest level of college football. You will receive elite-level tuition and participate in position-specific periods, group classes, and one-on-one competitive periods.
The Trojan Specialists Academy on June 22nd will focus primarily on teaching Kickers, Punters and Long Snappers in Grades 9 through 12. This camp focuses on fine-tuning techniques and fundamentals in field goal, kickoff, and punt sessions. Campers have the opportunity to participate in a skill competition, which highlights skills learned in camp classes.
Trojan Skills Academy on June 23 will include position-specific instruction, group instruction, and one-on-one competitive periods for all skill players including quarterbacks, wide receivers, tight ends, running backs, cornerbacks, safeties, and linebackers entering 9th grade until 12.
The Trojans at Trenches Camp will focus on training for offensive and defensive linemen entering grades 9 through 12. Campers progress through a series of stations designed to improve productivity in the trenches. Two-way players have the opportunity to work on both sides of the ball.
At each camp, each camper receives soccer lessons, digital photos, and a camp t-shirt.
For more information and to register online, visit rileyfootballcamp.com.