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Darrel Young Hosts Camp In Hometown

Posted by Alex Corddry on June 27, 2013 – 11:09 am

Darrel Young

Redskins fullback Darrel Young, will be hosting his first ever youth football camp in his hometown of Amityville, New York this weekend, at Amityville Memorial High School. Young is humbled by the opportunity to bring the game he loves so much to the youth in his hometown.

“It’s special to me to host my first football camp. No one in my town has been fortunate enough to make it in the NFL and I just wanted to give back, it’s very exciting,” Young said.

Young is expecting 100+ youngsters ages 6 to 17. The camp is designed to better equip young players with the fundamentals of the game, skill development, discipline, determination, and dedication.

“Too many times kids are doing drills wrong, and being coached by Shanahan and Bobby T, I want to try to teach what I’ve learned to guys,” Young said.

Teammates Niles Paul and Richard Crawford are flying to New York for the weekend to assist with the camp. Young says he cannot wait to get out on the field with the kids.

“I hosted a camp in Japan, and there’s nothing better than seeing the joy on their faces. It’s a wonderful opportunity to come back to my hometown, and give back to my community,” Young said.


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