It's the third annual Buddy Curry Kids and Pros football camp in Warner Robins this week.
Retired Atlanta Falcon Buddy Curry was the 1980 NFL rookie of the year and now some 32 years later, the former linebacker is all about teaching the kids the fundamentals of the gridiron game. He does this through drills with the help of some local coaching volunteers.
Curry also challenges the athletes to develop character through athletic skills like sportsmanship, teamwork and integrity.
"This by far is our best camp", says Curry. "We have 215 kids. We have 200 plus parents that are watching and supporting these kids and just as important we have about 21 guys that grew up here in Houston County and this south Georgia area that are coming back to coach these kids."
Camp lasts 3 days and wraps up on Thursday evening with an awards and autograph session from the pros for the kids.