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Former NFL wide receiver Irving Fryar certainly did a lot in his football career. The 1980 Rancocas Valley High School graduate starred on a University of Nebraska team that averaged more than a point a minute in 1983. He was selected first in the 1984 NFL draft. He caught 851 pro passes for 12,785 yards. He played in five Pro Bowls.
But there is something Fryar never got a chance to do: attend a football camp while in high school.
Camp Fryar's way of making sure kids have opportunity he never had
The sixth annual Sunshine Football Classic is less than two weeks away, and every indication points to this year's game being just as successful as previous ones.
The all-star game, which features recently graduated gridiron standouts from Mercer County and the Skyland Conference, has added a few new features - one being pregame team dinners - and its popularity is still strong.
Sunshine Classic game hopes to attract corporate sponsors
Donald "Big Dog" Forbes: BigDog@Rutgersfootball.com