College Station, Texas Former Texas A&M quarterback Jerrod Johnson is back in College Station conducting a football camp. Johnson is working with seventh, eight and ninth graders. Around 70 kids took part in the camp on Friday. Saturday the campers will be part of a 7-on-7 tournament.
Johnson is teaching the kids fundamentals of the game but says it is also important to teach them the mental side of the game as well. "I think in Texas it is so important with all the high schools running spread offenses now you are never to young to learn the passing game from coverage to footwork to routes to defensive coverages so I want them to learn physically but also mentality."
Johnson played at Texas A&M from 2007-2010 finishing his career with 8,888 yards of total offense, 67 passing touchdowns, and 16 rushing touchdowns.
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