He got a chance to work with quarterbacks, wide receivers, defensive backs and even a punt team or two.
And Fort Lupton’s Isaiah Padilla came back from a football camp at the University of Oklahoma more ready for the start of the Bluedevils’ practice than was the case before he left.
“It was really fun,” he said. “They taught me a lot of stuff. There were a lot of big kids out there, a lot of talent.”