Falcons linebacker Mike Peterson will hold his youth football game on Saturday at Tri-Cities High. Registration for the camp is full.
If you didn’t get into Mike Pete’s game, you can still register for the fourth annual DTLR Football Clinic that starts at 9 a.m. on Saturday at Decatur High School.
Falcons Chauncey Davis and Jonathan Babineaux and Daniel Wilcox, an Atlanta native formerly of the Baltimore Ravens, will help to host the game that’s slated to handle 300 kids.
There will also be a recruting seminar for the parents.
“DTLR realizes sports is often time the dreams of many urban youth,” said DTLR Community Outreach Manager Sherri Goodall in a statement. “We want to help them reach their goals; so, we have partnered with several outstanding football players to help them increase their skills on the field. It only makes sense to bring sports, professional athletes and DTLR’s community efforts together in a way benefits everyone involved.”
Camp participants will perform agility drills, offensive and defensive fundamentals broken down by position and seven-on-seven passing drills.
“This camp offers students a unique hands-on training experience that will expose them to the same techniques and drills I used in college and that I continue to use today in the NFL,” Davis said. “It remains a priority for me and m foundation to give back and make a positive impact in the lives of young people.”
DLed: Mike Peterson is having a football camp at Tri-Cities High School in East Point on Saturday, June 12 AND Chauncey Davis and Jonathan Babineaux are teaming up for a football camp at Decatur High School also on Saturday, June 12.