Frequently Asked Questions
HOUSING & FOOD
All overnight campers will stay in Ellicott Hall located on the University of Maryland Campus behind the upper deck of the stadium. Campers should bring fans, the dorm does not have air conditioning. Campers will eat all meals in University of Maryland cafeterias. It is an all-you-can-eat environment at each meal.
INSTRUCTION WILL COVER EVERY ASPECT OF THE GAME!
The Maryland strength and conditioning staff will conduct several sessions with each position on proper and safe techniques used in various lifting exercises, working in Maryland’s spacious weight room.
Experts in the field of speed improvement will help each player maximize his running ability. Many campers experience an increase in speed and flexibility and return home with a better understanding of stance, start and running technique.
Evening activities include 7 on 7 games and razzle dazzle for offensive and defensive lineman.
Mouthpieces are required for all 2013 Maryland Football Camps. Mouthpieces will be available for purchase at all sessions. Campers are not required to bring equipment to camp. All camps are non-contact football camps.
All campers must have a signed parental consent form and a medical form signed by a licensed physician who has examined the camper within the last year, certifying that the camper is able to participate in all the activities of the camp. These forms can be mailed or faxed to our office. You can also bring the forms to registration with you.
Partial refunds will be given for medical reasons only and no refunds will be granted after June 1, 2013.
ROOM KEY DEPOSIT
All overnight campers must bring $85 room key deposit, check should be made out to The Maryland Football Camp. This will not be deposited unless your camper loses his key.
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