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Sunday’s FAU Daily Briefing: Camps aren’t over yet

While FAU has certainly been busy with football camps lately, it certainly isn’t the only game in town.

Former Owls running back Anthony Jackson, who is now an academic counselor for the FAU athletic department, is involved with some of his childhood friends in a worthwhile project.
The Brandon Flowers Youth Sports Camp will be held from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on July 10 at the Delray Beach Soccer Complex. The camp will also include a 7-on-7 tournament.
Flowers, who plays defensive back for the Kansas City Chiefs, and Jackson grew up in Delray Beach. Jackson played high school ball at Boca Raton-Olympic Heights while Flowers played at Delray Beach-Atlantic.
Also expected in attendance are Jamal Lewis, Pierre Garcon, David Clowney, Jerome Harrison and others.
For more information call (561) 573-0358 or visit www.prepandsports.com.
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June 27, 2010

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