Haysville, Kan. – Baltimore Ravens rookie linebacker and Wichita, Kan. native Arthur Brown, Jr. will be hosting his 1st annual Future Elite Linebackers Camp, presented by Potential Players Foundation this summer, giving local youth a unique opportunity to interact with and learn from NFL and NCAA Div. 1A players in a fun environment.
This FREE camp will be held Saturday, July 13 from 8 a.m.-noon at Haysville West Middle School and District Stadium in Haysvile, Kan. The camp provides youth ages eight-18 with the opportunity to work on their technical linebacker skills, and teamwork, while building sportsmanship and self-esteem both on-and-off the field. Each participant will receive an Under Armour T-shirt and lunch. They will also have the opportunity to meet with Arthur and other NFL and NCAA Div. 1A players onsite.
“I am really excited to bring my skills and experience to the next generation of linebackers,” said Brown. “Giving back is something that I’ve always enjoyed, and it means that much more to be able to give back to a community that has supported me so much.”
Camp registration begins TODAY, Thursday, June 6, and is currently registering the first 100 youth ages eight-18. Parents can find the registration form and waiver at The Boys & Girls Club (2400 N. Opportunity Dr., Wichita, KS 67219) and at www.potentialplayers.com. Please return BOTH the completed registration form and the signed waiver of liability via mail to the Future Elite Linebackers Camp, featuring Arthur Brown, Jr. (C/O Potential Players Foundation, P.O. Box 75501, Wichita, KS 67275) by Wednesday, July 3, no exceptions. Camp is limited to the first 100 youth, so please register early!
The 1st annual Future Elite Linebackers Camp, featuring Arthur Brown, Jr. is made possible by the Potential Players Foundation and Under Armour.
About Arthur Brown, Jr.:
Arthur Brown, Jr. was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft. The standout Kansas State linebacker garnered several notable recognitions during his collegiate career, including honors such as FWAA All-America (2012), Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year (2012), and First-Team All-Big 12 (2011, 2012). His brother, Bryce, is a running back for the Philadelphia Eagles.