When: June 28-30
Where: Monsignor Bonner High School

Anthony Becht hails from Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, where he played on the Monsignor Bonner High School football team that won the Catholic
League Championship in 1994. He continued his football career and development as Tight End at West Virginia University, where he was a four-year starter. He was selected as Honorable Mention All-American his senior year and graduated with a degree in marketing. He was drafted by the New York Jets in the first round of the 2000 NFL Draft. He was selected to Pro Football Weekly’s All-Rookie Team, and started the last 14 games of his first season. From there on he started every football game for the next four seasons, racking up 133 catches for 1,133 yards and 17 touchdowns. Anthony has been praised in New York for his devotion to many charities and foundations. Specifically, Project Sunshine and AHRC, where he received the prestigious Thurman Award in 2004, given to an athlete in New York yearly for their success within the community. In March 2005, he became a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, starting every game. In March of 2008,
Anthony signed with the St. Louis Rams. Currently, Anthony now plays for the Arizona Cardinals, has played over 150 consecutive straight games in his career which currently ranks 3rd behind Brett Favre and Peyton Manning.

Camp Philosophy:
Anthony Becht Football Camp offers you the chance to enhance your individual skills in a team atmosphere. At the camp, you will learn fundamentals that will make you a championship player on a championship team. Plus, you will learn the importance of leadership, sportsmanship, academics and having fun from Anthony Becht and all the other NFL players. Fundamentals and techniques including proper stance, steps, use of hands, targets and angles are all taught through a specific progression to enable campers to improve all phases of their offensive and defensive play. In addition to the on-the-field practice, lectures will be conducted for the improvement of each individual’s mental aspect of the game.

An experienced camp staff will emphasize fundamentals of position play in a NON-CONTACT camp. No pads will be worn. Campers will be grouped according to grade and age. Each camper is assured of technical one-on-one instruction in all areas of EACH FOOTBALL POSITION ON THE FIELD. Also, since football is recognized as a team sport, each camper will be required to complete several drills within a team concept. Campers will also be trained and tested in speed, strength and agility. Testing allows a football player to maximize the development of his overall ability.

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