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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What forms do I need to fill out?

One Day Clinics - Click here to download

Evening Specialist Clinics - Click here to download

Will other colleges be represented at each camp date?

Yes! Coaches from across the region and country will assist with our camps. Visiting colleges will be continually updated on the main page of our website.

What do I need to bring/wear to the camp?

POSITION ONE DAY CAMPS: (HELMET ONLY CAMPS!) All campers should bring helmet, cleats, sneakers, t-shirt, shorts, and sunscreen.

KICKING ONE DAY CAMPS: (NO EQUIPMENT NEEDED) All campers should bring cleats and sneakers, t-shirt, shorts and sunscreen.

No other football equipment necessary. Helmet rentals will not be available. Contact jacobsil@upenn.edu with any equipment concerns.

I am a Kicker/Punter/Longsnapper! Which camp dates can I register for?

All specialist positions should register for the "Specialist Camp" sessions on June 27 or July 11.

Where is the Ray Priore Football Camp held?

All camp sessions are held at the athletic facilities of The University of Pennsylvania; including Franklin Field and Penn Park.

The GPS address for camp registration and check in held at Franklin Field - 235 S. 33rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104.

Can I register for more than one camp session?

You are welcome to register for as many sessions as you like. If you compete as a specialist (Kicker/Punter/Long Snapper), in addition to another position, you may opt to attend multiple sessions as well. Most players find that one session is perfect for their summer schedule constraints.

When does camp registration close?

Online registration for camp will close at 11:30pm the night before each camp date.

What if I need to transfer my camp registration date?

Should you need to transfer your camp session registration, please email jacobsil@upenn.edu and include the camper's name, original session date, and new requested date. Please make your transfer requests at least 48 hours prior to original camp date registration.

Are parents allowed to watch camp?

Yes. Parents and friends are able to observe practice throughout the day. Due to risk of injury we ask all family and guests to observe from outside field.

Can parents eat lunch with campers?

YES! Parents attending position one day camps wishing to eat lunch with campers should purchase parent lunch with their registration fee. No walk up lunch requests can be accommodated. Parent lunches are not refundable, but can be transferred to another camp date. Parent lunches are not available for specialist camps.

REFUND POLICIES AND DEADLINES:

Dear Campers and Families,

The Penn Football Staff prioritizes the health and well-being of our guests, volunteers, and staff. Due to the ongoing threat to public safety and established guidelines by the University of Pennsylvania, We have made the decision to cancel all sessions of our Ray Priore Football Camp for the 2020 season.

I know how excited you were about working with our coaches and staff at camp this summer and experiencing the beautiful Penn campus and facilities. We share in your disappointment, but we recognize that it is more important to protect the wider community right now. We know that this is a tough time for everyone.

All registered 2020 campers will receive a full refund. We will begin processing refunds over the next two weeks and you will receive an email notification when your refund begins. We will try to get these processed as quickly as possible.

If you have any questions about this process, please email our Camp Director, Jake Silverman, (jacobsil@upenn.edu) .

For underclassmen, we hope you will return to experience our camps in Summer 2021. For seniors, we will be in touch with campus visit information once available.

Best wishes to you and your family.

Stay Safe and Penn Pride!

Ray Priore