DAY WITH THE PROS is a football skills camp coached by former NFL players and is open to all area football players, currently in 6th-11th grade. Teams are welcome to register, too!

Saturday, April 14 || 9:00A.M. - 1:00P.M. Lunch will be provided.

Loganville Christian Academy || 2575 Highway 81, Loganville, GA 30052

REGISTRATION: Register for this NO COST community event by Friday, April 6.

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Jon Stinchcomb

A four year starting offensive tackle at the University of Georgia, Jon Stinchcomb was drafted in the 2nd round of the NFL draft.  He played for the New Orleans Saints from 2003-2010, where he was named the team's Man of the Year in 2008 and attended the 2009 Pro Bowl.  He was a member of the Super Bowl Championship team in 2009 and after retiring worked as a television analyst for the Saints' preseason games.  Jon Stinchcomb was inducted into the University of Georgia's Circle of Honor in 2012 and recognized in the 2016 SEC Legends Class.

Andre Young

Andre Young's four years at Bowling Green demonstrated his value to his team.  As a linebacker and then later as a defensive tackle, he was a leader in his positions.  As a senior, he was named to the All-MAC First Team and helped Bowling Green to their first bowl appearance in 21 years.  His 26 tackles for losses was the top in the MAC his senior year.  His additional college honors included MAC Defensive Player of the Week, first team Kodak Division I-AA All-America, and team Most Valuable Player.  The Cincinnati Bengals drafted Andre Young into the NFL following his illustrious college career.  He additionally played for Denver, Calgary, and Green Bay.

Kevin Bentley

Kevin Bentley played college football as a linebacker at Northwestern, where he earned All Big Ten Honors and was a Butkus Award finalist.  Drafted in the fourth round of the 2002 NFL draft, he was originally drafted by the Cleveland Browns.  Kevin Bentley has also been a member of the Seattle Seahawks, Houston Texas, San Diego Chargers, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Indiana Colts.  Since retiring, Kevin Bentley has earned an MBA and has developed his childhood interest of skateboarding into a passion of snowboarding.

Felipe Claybrooks

Georgia native Felipe Claybrooks attended Georgia Tech.  He was known as the emotional leader of the Georgia Tech team and was a permanent captain in 2000.  His on and off-field contributions led to his receiving the Tech Way award.  Twice named on the ACC All-Academic football team, he is tied for fourth place for career sacks while at Georgia Tech.  He went on to play as a defensive end in the NFL and NFL Eupora. Felipe Claybrooks played for the Cleveland Browns from 2001-2003 and the Philadelphia Soul in 2007.

Andre’ King

After playing football for the University of Miami, Andre King was drafted as a wide receiver.  He then played for the Cleveland Browns from 2001-2004.  He additionally played baseball for the Atlanta Braves' and Cincinnati Reds' farm systems.  Coach King is now the athletic director for Loganville Christian Academy, where his leadership has helped to realize LCA's dream of providing numerous sports programs to satisfy the widely varied student interest.  As LCA's head football coach, Andre King has led the varsity football team to two state championships.

Nate Hybl

Nate Hybl is a former NFL quarterback. In the NFL, he was part of the Cleveland Browns and the Jacksonville Jaguars.  During his time with the Browns, he was allocated for development in NFL Europe.  He started for the Oklahoma Sooners in 2001 and 2002. During his career he won a Big 12 championship and was 2-0 in bowl games as a starter. He was the MVP of the 2003 Rose Bowl Game.  Hybl attended Jeff Davis High School in Hazlehurst, Georgia and was a standout in football and golf. He is now the founder of Gusto! Wood Fire Grill in Atlanta.

James West

James was a linebacker who played twelve seasons in the Canadian Football League for three teams.  He won two Grey Cups for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Nicknamed Wild West, he played college football at Texas Southern University and trialed with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1984, before joining the Bombers during the 1985 season.  In 2016, he was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.