Athletes run drills at Solomon Thomas Youth Football Camp

Sally Parampottil, Executive Sports Editor

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  • CHS9 freshmen Spencer Kutchins and Isaiah Francis run drills at the Solomon Thomas Youth Football Camp, which took place at Buddy Echols Field on Saturday morning. The three-hour camp consisted of rotating stations for kids ages 8-16.

  • San Francisco 49ers defensive end and Coppell High School 2014 graduate Solomon Thomas and former Stanford teammate Aziz Shittu lead tackle drills at the Solomon Thomas Youth Football Camp. The three-hour camp consisted of rotating stations for kids ages 8-16 and took place at Buddy Echols Field on Saturday morning.

  • Defensive end Damontre Moore, currently a free agent, runs drills at one of the stations at the Solomon Thomas Youth Football Camp, which took place at Buddy Echols Field on Saturday morning. The three-hour camp consisted of rotating stations for kids ages 8-16.

  • San Francisco 49ers defensive end and Coppell High School 2014 graduate Solomon Thomas gives instructions for a group of campers attending the Solomon Thomas Youth Football Camp. The three-hour camp consisted of rotating stations for kids ages 8-16 and took place at Buddy Echols Field on Saturday morning.

  • Sophomore Miles Hardy goes through agility drills. Hardy attended the Solomon Thomas Youth Football Camp, which took place at Buddy Echols Field on Saturday morning.

  • Defensive tackle Aziz Shittu, currently a free agent, tosses a football during a water break at the Solomon Thomas Youth Football Camp. The three-hour camp consisted of rotating stations for kids ages 8-16 and took place at Buddy Echols Field on Saturday morning.

  • Defensive end Damontre Moore, currently a free agent, runs drills at one of the stations at the Solomon Thomas Youth Football Camp, which took place at Buddy Echols Field on Saturday morning. The three-hour camp consisted of rotating stations for kids ages 8-16.

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