QB camp coming to Courtenay

Jay Prepchuk’s North Island Quarterback Camp runs April 21 at Woodcote Park. Photo supplied

Jay Prepchuk is bringing his North Island Quarterback Camp to Courtenay on Saturday, April 21.

No experience is necessary for the camp, which covers throwing mechanics, foot work, reading defences and other topics. There will be a special talk about academics and how to obtain a football scholarship.

Coaches are welcome to attend and pick up some coaching tips.

Prepchuk played quarterback at Simon Fraser University, and was the head football coach at UBC.

The camp will be held at Woodcote Park at Willemar and 17th. Registration is 11:50 a.m., followed by warm up and drills at noon. The camp will conclude at 3 p.m.

FMI: contact Prepchuk at jayprepchuk@gmail.com or (604) 803-2473.

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