Colt Camp opens with biggest attendance in camp history
Updated On: Jul 01 2013 04:08:14 PM CDT
Former Jim Ned Indian and Texas Longhorn Colt McCoy spent the day in Abilene for the first day the 4th annual Colt Camp at the Action Zone.
Colt's father and former Jim Ned head football coach Brad McCoy announced that 294 campers were in attendance, setting a new record for Colt Camp attendance.
Colt McCoy, who was traded from the Cleveland Browns to the San Francisco 49ers over the off-season, took part in with the campers teaching them the fundamentals of the quarterback position.
Several coaches from the Big Country area joined the Colt Camp staff and helped instruct drills from 8:30am to 12:30pm.
The camp concludes tomorrow at the Action Zone with another camp session running from 8:30am to 12:20pm.
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