Roberto Garza attended Rio Hondo High School in Texas, where he was a letterman
in football and track and field. While working up to 100 hours a week on a
machine in the hot cotton fields in Texas during the summer, Garza made the decision
he wanted to go to college. An amazing story, not one college offered Garza
a scholarship so he walked-on at Texas A&M-Kingsville where he was a full-time
starter for 3 seasons and was named a little college All-America first-team selection
and an all-Lone Star Conference performer at center as a senior. An outstanding
athlete, he also finished third in the shot put at the 1999 NCAA Championships
and won the NCAA title in 2000 with a toss of 57'0" and captured the conference
crown in the discus in 1999.
Jon BosticIn high school, Bostic was ranked the fifth-best inside linebacker prospect according to Rivals.com, was a member of the ESPNU Top 150 and was an All-state selection for Florida Class-6A.
At the University of Florida, Bostic started 32 of 51 games in which he played, including all 26 games in his junior and senior seasons. He recorded 237 tackles, 19 tackles for loss, 7.5 quarterback sacks and five interceptions. Following his senior season in 2012, he was a second-team All-SEC selection.
In week eleven against the Baltimore Ravens, Bostic recorded his first career interception, the first Bears rookie linebacker to do so since Lance Briggs in 2003.
On December 4, Bostic made a season-high nine tackles against the Vikings, and also contributed his first career sack. He started in nine games in his rookie campaign.
Camp Date & Location
July 6 - 9, 2015
FEATURING CHICAGO BEARS PLAYERS
|Founded in 1983, we are the best teaching football camp in the nation having graduated over 99,000 athletes, many currently playing at the college level. From 2011-2014, Sports International had 250 NFL players or NFL coaches attend our camps and clinics as instructors. No other organization in the nation can make this claim. If you are an experienced football player or just starting football, our football camps are an experience you will never forget!|
You will return home to your team a better football player! Campers learn from outstanding veteran college and high school coaches selected for their ability to coach and teach the game of football. The staff is complimented with Roberto Garza & Jon Bostic and current and/or and former members of the Chicago Bears. Before the start of camp, each of our instructors attend an orientation session ensuring they adhere to the values and high level of coaching that is expected from the Sports International coaches.
We will teach you the same offensive and defensive techniques that are taught by the Chicago Bears coaching staff! Campers are grouped by age, position, ability and experience to allow coaches to progressively teach basic and advanced techniques to best benefit each group. Campers are taught at an approximately 10:1 ratio. This ratio ensures that campers receive individual and team instruction on both offense and defense at camp. With each practice, you will receive in-depth instruction, lectures, and demonstrations from an experienced, knowledgeable coaching staff.
At camp, players get all the football they could ever want. Campers receive up to 6 hours of instruction each day. Each camp is the right size to allow players to be matched up properly at each age level. This allows not only for a proper match up, but also for the campers to be challenged and provided with a better learning environment.
Football Technique is the key to success: There are no "tricks" when it comes to being a solid football player! We believe that proper technique make athletes better and good athletes great! The experienced instructors at Sports International concentrate on teaching the fundamentals and proper technique throughout the entire camp.
Our coaching staff offers each player an enormous amount of encouragement with an enormous amount of enthusiasm. Our philosophy is to "let them have fun" while learning a lot of football! We promise each camper will go home a better football player. But players learn more than just football at camp. They are taught about teamwork, consideration of others, self-discipline, and how to attain their potential in sports and in life. Players also learn the importance of achieving good grades and selecting correct role models. We encourage them to go home a more positive, optimistic person. Safety is important at camp so all of the staff is subject to a background check. There are athletic trainers on duty at all times to attend to the campers needs. Send your son to the finest instructional and best supervised football camp in the USA!
|Perform Magazine rated Sports International Football Camps among the Top 10 summer instructional camps in the nation!|