Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb has traveled back to alma mater in Lexington, Ky. to host his inaugural youth football camp on Saturday.
Taking place at Tates Creek High School, the "Randall Cobb Inspire 18 Camp," named after the number he wore in college at the Universtiy of Kentucky, takes place from 9:00 a.m. to noon CT, according to Cobb's website.
The camp is open to children entering grades two through eight and costs $99. Participants must register online (link above).
Cobb's website states, "Each camper will receive a t-shirt and individual training and coaching from area coaches, current and former athletes, and, of course Randall himself."
After minicamp ended in Green Bay on Thursday, Cobb doesn't have to return until the start of training camp in late July.
While Cobb is in Kentucky, many of his teammates will be supporting Ryan Pickett at his annual charity golf outing held at The Grand Golf Club in Del Mar, Cal.
Among those taking part are current Packers B.J. Raji, Casey Hayward, Brad Jones, Mike Neal and Jamari Lattimore in addition to several former Packers, according to Pickett's Foundation's website.
On Friday evening, attendees took part in Pickett's "Black and White" celebrity dinner.
Action gets underway at 12:30 p.m. PT with a shotgun start but is only open to sponsors (link above).
Also on Saturday, the Packers are hosting a regional 7-on-7 Passing Tournament inside their practice facility, the Don Hutson Center, as part of the NFL's High School Player Development (HSPD) program.
The tournament winner will earn an all-expenses-paid trip to the NFL’s National 7-on-7 Tournament in Indianapolis, as representatives of the Packers. The national tournament will be comprised of 16 NFC teams and 16 AFC teams.
The tournament begins at 8:00 a.m. CT.
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