FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21 Alive) - The eighth renewal of the Northeast Indiana Skills Camp has drawn a record 238 players from schools all over Indiana to sharpen their football skills.
The third work session was held on Saturday at Homestead High School, a session first for skill position player and a later session for linemen.
Area high school coaches school the players in fundementals in the sessions designed to keep players' skills sharp in the offseason.
The camp wraps up on Thursday night at Homestead with the annual College Showcase, with upwards of 30 college coaches expected to be on hand to evaluate and scout players they might want for their programs.
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