LVRaidersReport.com reported The Raiders partnered with USA Football in Las Vegas this weekend to host over 250 of Nevada’s top football players, and 12 college coaches from the region at Valley High School for the area’s two-day non-contact camp for high school and middle school athletes. Former Raiders running back Napoleon McCallum helped with instruction and represented the team at the event.
The regional event allowed local middle and high school football players a chance to be trained by coaches at a professional level. The camp is yet another in a series of Las Vegas community events brought to the area its soon-to-be newest professional sports franchise – the Raiders.
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