Rookies reported to Green Bay Packers training camp on July 21 and veterans report on July 25. Therefore, the vets are cramming in whatever they can before the 2023 grind starts.
For Packers running back A.J. Dillon, he’s making the best of his remaining offseason by hosting his first-ever youth football camp, the A.J. Dillon Youth Football Skills Camp.
Hosting my first ever kids football camp today @titletown ! Excited to see some of the next generation of ballers ????! 300+ kids, awesome to get the community together ????
— AJ Dillon (@ajdillon7) July 23, 2023
The camp will be held at Titletown Football Field near Lambeau Field from 2:00-5:00 p.m. CT on Sunday. Boys and girls between grades 1-11 will participate in the event and according to Dillon, more than 300 kids are going to show up and show off their football skills.
Per Titletown.com, the “Hard Count Athletics coaching staff will offer instruction to campers specializing in speed techniques, offensive/defensive fundamental football, and character-building skill development.”
“Campers will be placed in small groups with other campers of the same age and ability level to ensure that each camper will receive maximum instruction from our highly skilled coaches.”
“Your young athlete will leave this camp a better football player and it will be a great start to the upcoming football season.” The camp also includes “on field instruction and interaction” with Dillon and all camp attendees will receive a limited edition Dillon camp t-shirt.
Overall, there isn’t a better way for an NFL player to end an offseason. Dillon and these kids will create memories that last a lifetime. Which, honestly, is more important than anything that happens on the football field.