Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall is hosting his 2nd annual skills camp at Canyon Springs High School in North Las Vegas, Nevada on June 10th, 2017.
Super Bowl winner, Marshall, a Las Vegas native, played his college career at Nevada and is about to enter his 5th year with the Broncos. He was drafted in the 5th round by the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Fellow Broncos, safety Quinton Carter and linebacker, Juwan Thompson are assisting Marshall with the camp. This is the second year that Carter has mentored.
Los Angeles Chargers linebacker, Korey Toomer, also a Las Vegas native, is working the camp, and is joined by Chargers teammates, defensive back, Jason Verrett, and safety Jahleel Addae.
The camp is presented by the Williams-Marshall Cares Leadership Program. Its objective is to mentor boys between the ages of 14-18. The goal is to give these young men role models and show them a way to stay off the streets. The foundation is developing programs to achieve this goal not only through football, but additional forms of support. The aim is to help these young men become productive members of society. When the foundation web site is up later this summer, you can learn more.