Mayfield Sports Camps presents Gilbert Brown Football and Amp It Up Tumble & Cheer

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Tuesday, July 22, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (CDT)

Oconomowoc
1280 Blue Ribbon Drive
Oconomowoc, WI 53066

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Mayfield Sports Marketing is proud to offer two great summer sports camps this season in OCONOMOWOC. Proudly partnered with WI. Harley Davidson and Xtreme Cheer AthleticX, we are excited to offer both the 3rd Annual Gilbert Brown Youth Football Camp and Amp It Up Tumble & Cheer Camp for 1-6 grade boys and girls. Register your child or children and join us July 22-24 in Oconomowoc. (Two different sessions - you are registrering for one session...

As a past participant or preferred guest, we are offering EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION until June 15 for ONLY $95 plus reg fees.

NEW THIS YEAR: JOIN GILBERT BROWN AND GREEN BAY PLAYERS: AHMAN GREEN, DON BARCLAY, SEAN RICHARDSON, DUJUAN HARRIS AND MORE. ALSO, FOR AMP IT UP, JOIN OLYMPIC GYMNAST CHELLSIE MEMMEL AND UW FORMER AND CURRENT CHEERLEADERS.

Finally, Mayfield Sports Tailgate Party is JULY 23 on site 3p-7p. Food Trucks, Beverage, Inflatables, Treats, Autograph Session and more!!!

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Mayfield Sports Marketing

Packers draft Jared Abbrederis, becomes first Badgers draft pick for GM Ted Thompson

Won 2013 Burlsworth Trophy as nation's top player who began his career as a walk-on ... finished career tied for school record for receptions (202) and ranked No. 2 all-time at Wisconsin in receiving yards (3,140) and touchdown receptions (23) ... ranks eighth all-time among Big Ten players with 3,140 career receiving yards ... registered fourth 1,000-yard season in UW history in 2013 with 1,081 receiving yards ... also set school record for kickoff return average (25.8) and ranks No. 5 all-time in punt return average (10.7) ... finished career ranked No. 7 all-time at UW with 4,818 all-purpose yards (291 rushing, 3,140 receiving, 587 punt return, 800 kickoff return).

The draft pick was a compensatory pick. The Packers lost Erik Walden to get that pick.

He has a history of head injuries, wrote Tyler Dunne. "It was the understanding of two scouts that Abbrederis suffered "three or four" concussions during his four-year career for the Badgers. "I've heard it's three or four," a personnel director for an NFL team said. Abbrederis insisted he has had only one concussion: September 2012 against Oregon State. "And it wasn't even a bad one," said Abbrederis, who sat out the next game."

"Whenever faced with adversity — a broken femur, assimilation to college, a Hail Mary whiff — Abbrederis says he turned to God. He's counting on this journey of faith leading to a long NFL career." That's also in a profile from Dunne. "He traces this all to that sophomore year at Wautoma. Abbrederis was the quarterback, running the read option down the line. As soon as the defensive tackle crashed down on the fullback, he pulled the ball out and raced upfield toward the free linebacker. Abbrederis cut, planted all his weight on that right leg and then a defender from the backside sandwiched him in two.

"For the first time, football was taken away from Abbrederis. He spent one month in a wheelchair, multiple weeks on crutches, rehabbed and was at the state track championship six months later. Abbrederis took fourth and fifth in hurdles."

In 2013 Abbrederis played in all 13 games with 11 starts at Wisconsin ... led team and ranked fourth in the Big Ten with 1,081 receiving yards on 78 receptions, including seven touchdown catches ... hauled in a career-high 12 catches for 135 yards vs. Penn State on Nov. 30, the second-highest reception total ever by a UW player ... had 10 catches for a career-high 207 yards and a touchdown -- just the fifth 200-yard receiving game in school history -- at Ohio State on Sept. 28 ... WIAA Scholar Athlete ... major is Human Development and Family Studies ... last name pronounced "ab-bruh-DAIR-is".

Credit to Journal Sentinel

To hire Jared, contact Mark@MayfieldSports.com

A great article from Acme Packing Company. Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix, safety, Alabama.

In a surprising slide, the top safety on many draft boards fell down to the 21st pick in the draft. Clinton-Dix was a two-year starter for Nick Saban's defense in Alabama, recording seven career interceptions as well as four quarterback sacks.

Clinton-Dix bolsters the safety position for the Packers beside Morgan Burnett, and will allow Micah Hyde to be used as more of utility defensive back, likely splitting time at both safety and slot cornerback.

This pick is a perfect example of Ted Thompson drafting the best player available.

The SB Nation Alabama blog, Roll Tide Roll, describes him in their draft profile as "a rangy free safety that excels as a fluid center fielder. He diagnoses plays well, and takes good angles to the ball/ball-carrier. He does a fine job of breaking down and making tackles in space."

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