Jag Coaches To Provide Instruction At GoDaddy Bowl Youth Clinic

June 2, 2014 · By · Filed Under Football, News 
The GoDaddy Bowl is played at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama and typically pits a Sun Belt Conference team against Mid-American Conference team. | photo: godaddybowl.com

The GoDaddy Bowl is played at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama and typically pits a Sun Belt Conference team against Mid-American Conference team. | photo: godaddybowl.com

The University of South Alabama head coach Joey Jones and his staff will be instructing children from age 5 to 13 in the GoDaddy Bowl’s football clinic on Saturday, June 14 at Mobile Christian School.

The youth clinic will feature instruction by coach Jones’ staff in several areas of the game as well as in proper technique and football safety.

Participants will have the opportunity to take part in all of the drills provided which also includes offensive and defensive positions. It will also include proper blocking techniques, passing and pass-catching techniques as well as many other position-specific drills. They will also learn about the importance of character development and sportsmanship.

Participants must register online and bring the waiver included in the registration process with them to the clinic. Participants should wear cool, comfortable clothing and cleats and other equipment are not required. It is suggested that participants arrive early so things may proceed in a timely manner.

“We are excited to be hosting this event again this year and are looking forward to having coach Jones and his staff back with us,” Kelley Wright, director of ticket sales for the GoDaddy Bowl, told Alabama Media Group. “We had well over 300 kids at this clinic last year and look forward to great participation and attendance again this year.”

For more information visit the GoDaddy Bowl website or click here to go directly to the event page for the telephone number and email address to contact organizers from the GoDaddy Bowl or to register for the clinic.

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