2016 Prospect Football Camp

WUSTL Football Prospect Summer Camp The Washington University prospect camps provide rising sophomores, juniors & seniors the opportunity to visit and learn about Washington University, develop their football skills and showcase their talents for not only the WashU football staff, but for our guest coaches from many of the top college throughout the Midwest.

Ages: incoming high school Juniors and Seniors
Dates: Session 1: June 12-13 • Session II: July 24-25
Fees: Commuter $75; Overnight $150
Register: Enroll today
Contact: Larry Kindbom (314) 935-7308 or Jeff Fisher (314) 935-5221

Camp Overview

Each prospect camp will consist of:

-Campus tour of Washington University, admissions information session, recruiting fair (past college programs attending are listed below), and 2 practice sessions.

All campers are encouraged to work 2 positions while participating in the camp.  We will have an offensive session in the morning and a defensive session in the afternoon session.  Exceptions can be made as needed.  Specialists will work with our kicking coach at both sessions.

This is a “padded optional” camp – we can accommodate you if your state does not allow pads in the summer.


The June 12-13 camp is open to both residents and commuters from the class of 2017, 2018 and 2019.

The July 24-25 camp will be open to commuters only (however a list of local hotels can be found on our schools web page - http://admissions.wustl.edu/visit/Pages/Nearby-Hotels.aspx.

Registration and Payment:

Early online registration: $75 – commuter, $150 – resident.  All residents must notify staff of attendance 1 week prior to camp.

Registration at the door: $85 – commuter.

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All overnight campers will be housed in Wash U’s modern dorms.  Roommates can be requested by noting on application.  Residential campers will receive 3 meals while at camp; dinner on day one as well as breakfast and lunch on day two.  Commuter campers will receive lunch on day two of camp.

Location: Camps sessions will be held at the WUSTL Athletic Complex at the west end of the Danforth campus of Washington University in St. Louis, off Big Bend Boulevard and Forsyth Boulevard.

Camp Schedule

5 p.m. Camp Check In - WashU Athletics Complex Lobby
5:15 p.m. Tour of Athletic Facilities
5:45 p.m. WashU Football Presentation – Simon 1
7 p.m. College Recruiting Fair – Athletics Complex Lobby (List of Schools attending is below)
8 a.m. Practice #1 (We will start at 8 sharp. Everyone needs to be on Francis Field ready to go at 7:50)
10:30 a.m. Campus Tour – Athletics Complex Lobby (Parents are encouraged to attend)
11:15 a.m. Lunch Danforth University Center (Lunch is included for campers. Parents can pay with cash or credit card at the University Center Dining Hall)
12:30 p.m. WashU Admissions Info Session – Labscience 300
2 p.m. Practice #2
4 p.m. Camp dismissal

Coaching Staff

practice instruction will be provided by the Washington University Football Staff, and assisted by our guest coaches from colleges throughout the Midwest.  Colleges represented at camp in recent years include:

Washington University
Lake Forest
Westminster (Mo.)
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Carroll (Wis.) 
Missouri Baptist