April 20, 2004
INFORMATION: John McElwain or Bruce Battle (661) 362-3494 or 3432
Baltimore Ravens Quarterback to Coach at Summer Camp
Hart Grad Kyle Boller Lends Hand to College's QB and Wide Receiver Camp
SANTA CLARITA Young quarterbacks and wide receivers of the future have a unique opportunity to train with a starting NFL quarterback at the College of the Canyons Quarterback and Wide Receiver Summer Camp, June 21-23, as Baltimore Ravens' quarterback Kyle Boller will be on-hand as an assistant coach.
Boller, who threw for 1,260 yards and seven touchdowns for the Ravens before a torn quadriceps muscle ended his season, will offer his insights and talents in a personalized format, and will also be available for photos and autographs. Boller joins his former high school quarterback coach and current College of the Canyons Offensive Coordinator Dean Herrington, who designed and runs the camp. Herrington joined the College of the Canyons football staff as offensive coordinator in 2002, and helped the Cougars to back-to-back Western State Conference championships and a school-first 10-0 regular-season final record in 2003.
The camp, open to players from ages 8-18, is designed to teach a wide range of passing and receiving skills, including everything from basic mechanics to reading defensive coverages. The three-day camp runs from 6-8 p.m. Monday, June 21 to Wednesday, June 23. Tuition is $275 per person if paid before June 1, or $300 after June 1. Registration forms can be downloaded from the College of the Canyons athletics web page at www.canyons.edu/offices/athletics or call (661) 362-5201.