Former Detroit Lions standout Lomas Brown is hosting a free instructional camp for Detroit Public School League offensive and defensive linemen July 22-23 at Martin Luther King High School, 3200 E. Lafayette Blvd., Detroit 48207, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. each day.
The camp, for ninth through 12th graders, is open to the first 150 registrants and is expected to fill up quickly, so don’t delay. Registration forms are currently being accepted. (Click below).
“I absolutely love Detroit and, when I can give back to help the kids, I do that as much as possible,’’ said Brown, a seven-time All-Pro offensive tackle during 18 NFL seasons (1985-2002), including his first 11 seasons with the Lions.
“Thanks to Meijer, Henry Ford Health Systems, Powerade, Subway and our other sponsors, we were able to get together a great camp for the kids of Detroit. I intend to continue to do this for years to come.”
Lunch will be provided for the camp participants along with T-shirts and hands-on instruction from PSL coaches and several NFL players. Awards will be presented after the final day of camp competition.
The public is invited to come watch the camp activities. Proceeds from concessions will benefit King High’s football team through the Lomas Brown Foundation.