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|McFarland football camp set June 30|
The Anthony "Booger" McFarland football camp is returning to Winnsboro.
Sponsored by Booger McFarland and Victory Sports, the "I Can Wait Football Camp" will be held at Franklin Parish High School on Saturday, June 30, beginning at 9 a.m.
McFarland's "I Can Wait Youth Awareness Foundation" is a national organization dedicated to developing self-discipline in America's youth by teaching them to avoid premarital sex, drugs and alcohol.
"The camp is free of charge," said Marvin Caston, who will be in Winnsboro assisting with the camp. Caston, a 1994 graduate of Winnsboro High School, now works as assistant athletic director at the University of Arkansas.
The camp is open to both boys and girls between the ages of 7-19.
Currently starter on the defensive line for the Indianapolis Colts, the 2007 Super Bowl champions, McFarland graduated from Winnsboro High School and went on to earn All American honors at LSU before being drafted in the first round by Tampa Bay.
Participants in the camp will be taught the fundamentals of football while also learning important lessons of life.
A number of stars from the National Football League are expected to join McFarland for the camp.
Among those now expected to attend are Reggie Wayne and Joseph Addai from the Colts, Carlos Hall from the Denver Broncos and Jason Peters from the Buffalo Bills.
Camp registration forms are available at Winnsboro Sports.