1.) Will tackling or contact be permitted at Camp?
No, all of our Summer Camps are non-contact.
2.) What if Camper is new to football?
Prior experience is not required. We invite all skill levels to participate at our Camps.
Our Summer Camps are instructional and teach the fundamentals of football in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
3.) What if Camper does not have grass football cleats?
Grass football cleats are recommended but not required. It is not necessary to bring any football equipment.
4.) Can parents stay and watch Camper during Camp?
Yes, parents are more than welcome to stay and watch their child.
5.) What happens if it rains during Camp?
In case of severe inclement weather, Camp practice sessions will be moved indoors.
6.) What can Campers expect to learn at Camp?
Our Campers will practice and improve their skills in a variety of ways, led by Coach Flood and the Rutgers position and strength coaches, as well as some of the finest college and high school coaches from around the country.
Campers are divided into groups by their position and will learn position skills and practice drills.
7.) How many meals will be provided?
Junior Varsity Camp, Junior Camp, and Specialists Camp - Lunch is provided.
8.) What if Camper has allergies? (i.e. medication, food)
Allergies and medication instructions must be indicated on Camper's physical form and signed by physician.
Campers with dietary restrictions are advised to bring their own lunches.
Campers with dietary restrictions are advised to speak to the manager at Busch Dining Hall: (732) 445-4273
9.) Where is Camper pick-up at the conclusion of Camp?
Junior Varsity Camp - Rutgers Football Stadium. Signs will be posted to direct you.
Specialists Camp - Rutgers Hale Center. Signs will be posted to direct you.
Junior Camp - Practice fields across the driveway from the East side of the stadium. Signs will be posted to direct you.