This was a phenomenal camp,” says McDonald. “Unbeatable instruction and great competition. It doesn't get any better for aspiring college specialists than the NCS Super Camp!
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2012
Kicking coaches from around the country, including former NFL players say they found great success and value for the over 120 high school kicking specialists who attended the National Camp Series Super Camp VI in Orlando, Florida on February 18-19, 2012.
“Without question, Super Camp VI had the strongest talent I have seen over the years,” says Husted. “Every year this camp gets stronger both in terms of high school kickers and the coaches who are coaching them.”
Former NFL punter Louie Aguiar, who now runs Aguiar Kicking Academy in St. Louis, agrees with Husted and says no other kicking camp brings together so many talented kicking coaches to help young kicking specialists.
“Where else can you go and be taught by former NFL players,” asks Aguair. “You can't. So why go somewhere else.”
Aguiar continues, “We know how hard it is to get into college and the NFL. This is why we as a whole work so hard for the athletes. This camp helps provide the exposure you sons need to get into college. Then from there you can come to the Aguiar/Husted pro Camp to work your way into the NFL.”
Former Arena player Lee McDonald, who co-owns Special Teams Solutions, a kicking organization in New Jersey focused on the college aspect of the camp for the high school kickers who attended.
"This was a phenomenal camp,” says McDonald. “Unbeatable instruction and great competition. It doesn't get any better for aspiring college specialists than the NCS Super Camp!"
Former NFL Kicker Dan Orner of Dan Orner Kicking and Punting says the NCS Super Camp VI provided the best young kicking talent he has ever seen.
"The NCS Super Camp VI was loaded with talent this past weekend, probably the best pool of talent from 9th grade to 12th grade that I have ever seen,” says Orner. “This is the only national camp where you get instructional coaching for over three hours with a professional coach to student ratio of 6 to 1."
Kicker James Wilhoit, who was one of the all-time leading scorers at the University of Tennessee, and who is now competing for a spot on an NFL roster says the kicking coaches and young kickers at Super Camp VI were of outstanding quality. He recommends the NCS Super Camp to all young kicking specialists.
"I thought that the National Camp Series was a very professional and exciting camp for kickers of all ages,” says Wilhoit. “I was impressed by the talented kickers that were in attendance and thought that the format of the camp led to great competition. It was well organized and offered some of the best collection of kicking coaches in the nation. This is an event that shouldn't be missed for kicking specialists from across the country."