INSURANCE & PHYSICALS:
Campers must be protected by personal medical insurance.
Medical Physicals may be provided but are not necessary. The medical information provided during the online registration will be sufficient. A certified athletic trainer will be on hand at all times.
MASKS will be required by all participants and coaches.
The University’s policies and procedures regarding the protection from COVID-19 are fluid and changing weekly. The Dabo Swinney Football Camp will continually adapt to adhere to each policy and procedure to make sure all campers and staff are protected to the best of their ability. Procedures and policies will be communicated as things develop prior to the beginning of camp.
CHECK-IN / CHECK-OUT:
Campers will check-in at 8:30 a.m. Check-in location is at the Poe Indoor Football Practice Facility. Unless campers drive themselves to camp, an authorized adult MUST be present to check a camper in and out. We will not permit campers to be dropped off early. They MUST be checked in by an adult.
Check out will be immediately following practice session at the camp practice site. For check-out, the authorized adult should arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the end of each practice to pick up camper. Campers will not be released to anyone not authorized by parent/guardian.
The Dabo Swinney Football Camp is open to any and all entrants limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender. NCAA Rules prohibit athletic boosters from providing expenses for individuals to attend any of the Dabo Swinney Football Camps. Expenses include but are not limited to, lodging, meals, transportation, and/or camp tuition. Exception: Boosters may provide expenses for his/her immediate family members to attend any camps. Furthermore, NCAA rules prohibit free or reduced camp admission privileges for prospects in the 9th grade or above. Refunds for leaving camp early will only be provided because of injury / illness. Pro-rated amount is available upon request.
ONCE THE CAMP SESSION HAS BEGUN THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS, EXCEPT IN THE CASE OF INJURY OR ILLNESS. This includes the cancellation of practices due to severe weather.
WHAT TO BRING:
Workout gear necessary: Cleats, tennis shoes/flip flops/slides, practice shirts and shorts. Compression shorts are recommended. NO HELMETS or PADS
For Specialists, Kickers please bring 1 football (if you own one), 1 kicking tee, a kicking block OR kicking tri-pod, kicking shoes and workout attire.
Note: Campers cannot wear cleats in the Clemson Football Complex other than the Indoor Practice Field.
Campers are encouraged to apply sunscreen and bug spray PRIOR to arriving. No football equipment (helmet / shoulder pads) is needed as this is a non-contact camp. Glasses may be worn if they are non-breakable.
Clemson University and the Dabo Swinney Football Camp will not be responsible for lost or stolen personal articles. Guns, knives, weapons of any kind, alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs are not allowed at the camp.
Any prescription medication, medical questions/information/instructions can be given to our Sports Medicine staff during the check-in process.
Water and sports drinks will be provided for all campers throughout camp. However, the camper is welcome to bring a water bottle.
Campers may want to bring a bag or backpack to keep phones, sunscreen, dry socks, etc. in during the day (personal items brought to practice can be secured in team storage bins).
A Clemson Football t-shirt will be provided during camp.
Camp Registration will be held at Memorial Stadium beginning at the Poe Indoor Practice Facility.
Camp Practices will be held at the Clemson Football Practice Fields located at the Allen N. Reeves Football Complex and also practices will be held across the street near our baseball stadium in a space called Jervey Meadows.
Information from Clemson for Parents & Families: