Skills Camp Looking to Lock Down Valley

Locked Downed Wear in collaboration with TheDBGuru.com is hosting its skills camp this Saturday June 26 in Fresno at San Joaquin Memorial High School. The teaching camp will feature many of the Golden State's top players, and top-notch instruction in cones, ladders, hips, and feet lead by legendary DB Coach Tony Perry…

Locked Down Wear is a business venture spearheaded by Fresno area businessman Mike Leslie and his business partner Howard Campbell in collaboration with TheDBGuru.com's Tony Perry they provide one of a kind skills training.

They are holding the inaugural Locked Down Wear Skills Camp on Saturday June 26 at San Joaquin Memorial High School in Fresno. The camp is from 10-1 p.m., registration begins at 9 a.m.

Perry has sent numerous defensive backs to D1 programs in his 20+ years of coaching in the high school and junior college ranks. While at Fresno Edison High School, he sent defensive backs Ricky Manning, Bernard Hicks, Johnny Sears, Robert Golden, Brandon Leslie, and Cliff Harris among many more to D1 FBS programs. In his two years (2008-09) at Visalia's College of the Sequoias, Perry sent 10 of his defensive backs to four-year colleges, including a pair to the ArkansasAndru Stewart and Anthony Leon.

Perry's is renown by college coaches throughout the nation for producing athletically prepared athletes for the next level. While he is reputed for his defensive backs, his unique skill training translates to every position on the field. Receivers, running backs, linebackers, linemen, and quarterbacks all benefit from having fluid hips and good footwork.

While many of the top players in the state are expected to attend Saturday's event such as Bakersfield (Calif.) Centennial quarterback Cody Kessler, Fresno (Calif.) Central running back Brendon Bigelow, and Fresno (Calif.) Edison linebacker Shaquille Moseley among others. Saturday's camp is aimed at under the radar talent. It's a teaching camp. Perry says he hopes to spot and teach prospects being overlooked by D1 programs.

Scout.com will cover Saturday's camp. Click HERE for camp flyer and for more information and to register please visit www.thedbguru.com.



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