1. Helpful Equipment

Kick

What To Bring

Athletes, please be prepared as much as you can with equipment for camp.

Bring to Camp

Kickers/Punters

  • Kicking Shoes
  • Tennis Shoes
  • 2 or more footballs with your name on them
  • Field Goal Holder
  • Kickoff Block
  • Kicking Tee
  • Notebook and Pen
  • Sunscreen if needed
  • Water Bottle

Long Snappers

  • Cleats
  • Indoor Athletic Shoes, in case in-climate weather moves camp indoors
  • 2 or more footballs with your name on the
  • Notebook and Pen
  • Sunscreen if needed
  • Water Bottle

**Lunch is NOT provided by Kohl's. Athletes and parents are responsible for either packing a lunch or going to lunch during the lunch period.

Please clearly print your name on any football, tees, or holders prior to camp.

Food and Lodging

Food and lodging are not provided at any event other than the National Scholarship Camp and the College Elite Camp. You are responsible for food and lodging.

Please email heidi@kohlskicking.com if you have any questions at all.

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