Nick Hardwick has been a cult hero for distancing himself from the Chargers since the move to Los Angeles was announced. As the color man on radio broadcasts, he was a highly visible member of the Charger alumni. He may have felt used when Proposition C was put before the voters of San Diego, but he’ll be back with his football camp in July:
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Athletes learn from outstanding veteran college and high school coaches selected for their ability to coach and teach the game of football. At our programs, participants receive up to 6 hours of instruction each day. Players will learn individual and team techniques on both offense and defense from the best instructors available. The veteran coaching staff will ensure each player is placed in the appropriate group to allow coaches to progressively teach basic and advanced techniques to best benefit each group from Youth to High School. Sports International will help you develop your skills and take your game to the next level. Learn even more about the features and benefits of our programs.
For high school players, this is also an excellent opportunity to receive the best instruction available and to be seen by an outstanding lineup of college coaches. High school players aged 15-18 are eligible for the exclusive Gridiron Elite. A detailed information packet on each member of the Gridiron Elite will be sent to over 2,500 college football coaches to help each player receive recognition at the college level. Also, through our partnership with NCSA, they will send each award winner’s information to an additional 5,000 coaches across the country.
So if you want to tell Nick much how his standing up for San Diego fans has meant to you, there’s that.