Pro Camp

Roy Miller III, a Shoemaker graduate who played in the NFL, provides a motivational talk to the young athletes at the start of the ninth annual CenTex Pro Football & Cheer Camp in 2018

Kids Advantage and Accumulative Advantage will be hosting the 12th Annual CenTex Pro Football and Cheer Camp on June 12 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Killeen’s Leo Buckley Stadium.

There will be over 15 current or past professional football players to instruct and mentor the youth, according to a news release from the organizers.

The players who will be present for the camp include:

Roy Miller III, a Shoemaker grad and former defensive tackle for the Texas Longhorns and the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the National Football League.

Tommie Harris, an Ellison graduate and former defensive tackle for the Oklahoma Sooners and the Chicago Bears.

Juaquin Iglesias, a Killeen High graduate and former wide receiver for Oklahoma and the Chicago Bears, Minnesota Vikings and Houston Texans.

Dominique Zeigler, a former wide receiver for the Baylor Bears and the San Francisco 49ers who graduated from Harker Heights.

Derrick Johnson, a former linebacker for the Texas Longhorns and the Kansas City Chiefs.

Tony Hills, a former offensive tackle with the Texas Longhorns and multiple NFL teams, including the Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers.

Jameill Showers, a Shoemaker grad and former quarterback for the Texas A&M Aggies and the University of Texas El Paso, as well as the Dallas Cowboys.

Jerrell Freeman, a former linebacker for the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and the Chicago Bears and a couple more NFL teams.

LaMarcus McDonald, a former linebacker for Texas Christian University and the then-San Diego Chargers.

Rashad Bobino, a former linebacker for the Texas Longhorns.

JR Brown

Columbus Givens III, a former Killeen High standout and wide receiver for Southern Methodist University.

Ramonce Taylor, a former running back for the Texas Longhorns who starred at Belton.

The Accumulative Advantage Foundation was created to show appreciation for servicemen and their families, according to the release.

“We bring successful military dependents such as teachers, business men/women, celebrities, and NFL players back to their communities to empower kids and thank veterans,” the release said. “We use sports camps, mentorship programs, workshops, and motivational talks, to bring awareness to our core values such as continuing education.”

Sign-ups for students, volunteers, coaches and sponsors are still being accepted.

Those interested can visit www.nflcamp21.eventbrite.com.

254-501-7464 | hking@kdhnews.com

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