Broadway held its fifth annual football camp for lineman on Saturday, with former JMU and NFL lineman Dorian Brooks, as the special guest.
Football players from across the valley attended the four hour long camp, to improve their skills and learn how to play with a winning attitude.
Gobbler coach Brad Lutz, had other area coaches on hand to help him run offensive and defensive line drills.
At the end of the camp, Brooks, spoke to the kids about his journey to playing at the college and pro level.
Each kid paid $10 to participate in the camp, with all the proceeds going to two scholarship funds, in honor of Bryan "Bucky" Anderson and Tanner Morris.