Former Boise State players return for football camp

STATESMAN STAFFMay 31, 2013 

Seven current NFL players are among the 20 former Boise State players scheduled to serve as instructors for the fifth annual Gridiron Dreams Football Academy on Friday and Saturday at Meridian High School.

Austin Pettis (Rams), Shea McClellin (Bears), Daryn Colledge (Cardinals), Nate Potter (Cardinals), Ryan Clady (Broncos), D.J. Harper (49ers) and Tyrone Crawford (Cowboys) headline the instructors, who also include former NFL players Korey Hall and Derek Schouman.

The academy begins at 6 p.m. Friday for high school and middle school players and continues at 8 a.m. Saturday. The cost is $100 for high school players, $75 for middle school players and $40 for players ages 7 to 10.

For information and to register, visit gridirondreams.net.

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