We’ll have some previews around the Syracuse Orange Spring Game (“Spring Showcase”) on Thursday and Friday this week. But before that, it’s worth focusing in on another event going on at SU this Saturday, the Syracuse Football Alumni Youth Clinic.
Former SU wide receiver Donte Davis kicked off the event last season following the spring game, and it’s only grown from there.
This year’s extensive collection of former players at the clinic will include: Jay Bromley, Delone Carter, Dan Conley, Donte Davis, Doug Hogue, Will Hunter, Rob Long, #SHAMARKO Thomas and Bruce Williams (among others).
That’s a pretty impressive roster of players back in town.
Best of all, this year’s event is free for kids 7-12 years old. With just 250 spots available, you can register your kids at the link here:
A lot of former in town for Saturday's Alumni Youth Clinic! Don't miss out.— Syracuse Football (@CuseFootball) April 19, 2017
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Very cool stuff from Davis and SU. bringing back alums and engaging the local fan community, too. As indicated above, this year’s clinic begins before the spring game, rather than after, so prepare for an early morning.
If any of your children end up attending, would love to hear about the experience, too (from you, the parent/guardian). Not everyday they get to learn from NFL players, let alone NFL players who used to suit up for Syracuse.
Should be a fun Saturday for the whole family, if you’re planning to be on campus.