UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN KICKING CAMP
University of Michigan Specialists Camp
Ann Arbor, MI
UM Kicking Camp offers high school and middle school athletes the opportunity to learn from many of the best specialists in the history of the storied Wolverine Football tradition. Coach Jim Harbaugh’s staff & Special Teams Coordinators from several other Division 1 programs will be closely evaluating talent at this camp. Space is limited. Every year, this camp presents an incredible opportunity for high school prospects. If you are looking for the kicking camp that has everything, this is the camp for you. You will have access to first class coaches, training facilities, and recruiting exposure!
Location: Ann Arbor, MI
NOTE: You will not be permitted to enter facility prior to 8:00 am
8:00-8:30 a.m. ALL CAMPER Registration/Check-In (Al Glick Indoor Football Facility – adjacent to Schembechler Hall)
8:45 a.m. Coaches Meeting
9:00 a.m. Full Team Meeting Room/ Camp Introduction
9:30 a.m. Session I
12:00 p.m. Full Team Meeting Room
12:30 p.m. Lunch (provided for camp athletes & coaches)
1:00 p.m. Film Analysis – Full Team Meeting Room
2:00 p.m. Session II
4:00 p.m. Camp Dismissal
PAST CAMP COACHES HAVE INCLUDED:
Jay Feely, 14 year NFL veteran kicker
Zoltan Mesko, 4 year NFL veteran punter
Remy Hamilton, only All-American kicker in UM history
Ali Haji-Sheikh, NFL Pro Bowl kicker (’84), Super Bowl ring
Garrett Rivas, UM’s all-time scoring leader
Kraig Baker, ’97 Nat’l Championship team starting kicker
Adam Finley, 3-time Ray Guy Award candidate
Pete Elezovic, Arena League veteran/NFL experience
Jeff DelVerne, 2-year starting UM kicker
Jeremy Miller, 3-year starting UM long snapper
Kyle Brindza, NFL kicker/punter (Lions, Buccaneers)
Jack Griffin, FIU career scoring leader (2011 SI.com All American)
Desi Cullen, ex-UConn punter/KO specialist
Tony Ciaravino, ex-UConn kicker/punter
…..and more (see Staff page for other coaches)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. What airport should we fly into?
A. Detroit Metro Airport (DTW) is located 25 minutes east of the University of Michigan.
Q. Is lunch provided?
If you have any further questions, please email Coach Kornblue at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (561) 702-0203
The camp uses the same stadium, practice fields, and meeting rooms used by the UM Football team. They include the outdoor FieldTurf fields attached to Schembechler Hall and two indoor FieldTurf fields, one inside Al Glick Fieldhouse and one inside Oosterbaan Fieldhouse. Michigan Stadium (“The Big House”), the largest collegiate stadium in the country, will be used as well.
Al Glick Fieldhouse/Schembechler Hall
1200 S. State St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
WHAT TO BRING
- Tennis shoes / Grass cleats / Gym shorts / T-shirts…etc.
- KICKERS – Kicking tees & 2 footballs (with your name labeled on them)
SNAPPERS – 1 or 2 footballs (w/ name labeled)
- Be sure you have sent in all your required forms prior to camp