We continue our series on the summer camps with a look at the way the SEC Eastern Division programs will format their summer camps.
Florida, Georgia, or Tennessee will not host a 7 on 7 camp. Kentucky will host a 7 on 7 camp, but it’s only for middle school teams. Kentucky and Vanderbilt will try to bring in prospects for a night under the lights.
Here is the breakdown by school:
Florida will host a 4-day quarterbacks / individual camp, 4-day OL / DL / individual camp, 3-day kicking camp, and 3-day youth camp.
Georgia will host a 1-day kicking camp, 2 separate 3-day youth camps for ages 8-13, and a 3-day camp for ages 14 and up.
Tennessee will host a 3-day youth camp, 2-day kicking camp, a 4-day camp for high school athletes only, and a 3-day camp for high school athletes only.
South Carolina will host a 3-day youth camp, 2-day camp for high school campers, a 1-day camp for high school campers, a 1-day OL / DL camp, and a 1-day 7 on 7 camp.
Kentucky will host 2 separate 1-day camps for juniors and seniors only, 2 separate 3-day youth camps for ages 8 through the eighth grade, 2 separate 1-night “Friday Night Blue Lights” camps for seniors only, 2 separate 1-day kicking camps for only seniors, a 1-day middle school only 7 on 7 camp, a 3-day high school only OL / DL camp, and a 3-day high school only skill position camp.
Vanderbilt will host a 1-day seniors only camp, 2 separate 1-day high school only camp, 1-day QB / OL / DL camp, 1-day “Future Stars” camp for 1-8 graders (parents participation is optional), 1-night Monday Night Football camp for junior & seniors only, 1-day specialist camp for high school campers only, and 2-day 7 on 7 camp.