Dawson County High School hosted a Fellowship of Christian Athletes football camp last week.
The camp was held Wednesday through Friday at the school's practice field.
More than 25 campers signed up and participated in the event.
Dawson high school players led the huddles and helped with the drills and practices. Camp participants received a FCA camp t-shirt, lanyard and a FCA athlete Bible.
The camp consisted of football agility, speed drills and position specific drills.
"We hope that the attendees will not only leave with a few things they can use this season to help make them better football players, but also leave with an opportunity to hear about FCA, how they can be involved and be exposed to the gospel," said camp director Jeff Lee.