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92 Ways Linemen Camp

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The 92 Ways Linemen Camp was created to teach the core fundamentals of "lineplay", all while competing at a high level against the top offensive and defensive linemen in the Southeast.

Our third Lineman Camp was a HUGE success! We had over 130 athletes from 6 different states (North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, and Maryland). Learning and competing at a high level. Athletes were put through a Dynamic Warm-up lead by Coach Justin Adams (Owner of Impact Speed Training), then promptly transitioned to the Athletic Competition portion of the camp. The athletes worked and competed continuously for 40 minutes on their speed, change of direction and explosiveness. For an hour and 20 minutes the athletes were put through numerous drills, to enhance their run blocking/block shedding and pass blocking/pass rush technique. Our Guest Speaker Derrick Freeland presented the athletes with a life changing message that "Your mind is your most powerful asset". After our guest speaker, came 1 on 1s. The athletes were about to showcase what they had just learned in a controlled competitive environment. At the end awards were announced and the athletes fed.

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Camp Alum

These are some of the young men who have participated in the 92 Ways Lineman Camp and have went on to earn FULL ride scholarships!

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DJ Watkins

UNCC, Western Kentucky

2023 Award Winners

Best Of The Best

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Chaz Knox is a 6'0 270 explosive athlete. He wins with his get-off and violent hands. 

Chaz Knox

High School DL MVP

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Tad is a technician at the guard and tackle position. Has great balance and good kick step. Rarely out of position in pass protection.

Tad Johnson

High School OL MVP

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Jordan is a young edge rusher whose potential is through the roof. He is lightening quick and has learned to lean and run the "hoop" after winning with hands.

Jordan Lofay

Middle School DL MVP

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Nick is a big strong youngster. Very light on his feet and has really good technique for his age .

Nick Passerrello

Middle School OL MVP

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