The 2Ten development camp is all about the athletes. How can we make the athlete better? This camp will include some of the best instruction from individuals who have played college football at the Division 1 level. Our camp will include a series of agility drills that will enhance the strength, speed, and coordination of the athlete. It will also teach the intangibles of hard work,
leadership, and perseverance.
Kevin Hernandez was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. He is a proud alumni of Theodore Roosevelt HS. While at TR, Kevin played football and was in PALS, National Honor Society, Student Council, and was the President for the Students Against Destructive Decisions Unity club. Kevin also received the Spirit & Leadership award his senior year along with the Wittiest Senior award (Humblebrag?). He had a short stint playing college football in the Wisconsin area. Kevin has a certification in Nonprofit Management from Our Lady of the Lake University. He is finishing his undergrad in Special Education at Texas-A&M SA. Kevin currently works for Northside Independent School District. Kevin is also a United Way-San Antonio Volunteer Administrator and has volunteered for Extreme Youth Leadership for the past seven years.
Why am I here?
“I reached out to Jarveon back in October (2016) about providing assistance with coordinating his 2nd camp. During our meeting he asked me what inspired me to help. I told him that I saw a leader who demonstrated actions over words. Jarveon didn’t talk about wanting to do something, he actually went out and did it. That’s what inspired me, and that’s why I’m here to help him push
his mission forward.”
Grades 1st-12th. We will be checking in all participants at 9:00am. Participants must be ready and on the field by 9:30am.
If you have any questions about our camp please contact us at 210-823-1595 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
will include a series of agility drills that will enhance the strength, speed, and coordination of the athlete. It will also teach the intangibles of hard work, leadership, and perseverance.