Seven-year-old Trey Martin of New Bern  cools off with a cup of water at the Offense-Defense Football Camp at N.C. State University on Tuesday in Raleigh. The  camp is an independent group that rents facilities from the university. It has been holding camps for seven years in Raleigh as well as around the country. This week, campers will spend 12 hours a day working on their football skills. The 109 campers get water breaks every 15 minutes to keep them hydrated.
Seven-year-old Trey Martin of New Bern cools off with a cup of water at the Offense-Defense Football Camp at N.C. State University on Tuesday in Raleigh. The camp is an independent group that rents facilities from the university. It has been holding camps for seven years in Raleigh as well as around the country. This week, campers will spend 12 hours a day working on their football skills. The 109 campers get water breaks every 15 minutes to keep them hydrated. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Seven-year-old Trey Martin of New Bern cools off with a cup of water at the Offense-Defense Football Camp at N.C. State University on Tuesday in Raleigh. The camp is an independent group that rents facilities from the university. It has been holding camps for seven years in Raleigh as well as around the country. This week, campers will spend 12 hours a day working on their football skills. The 109 campers get water breaks every 15 minutes to keep them hydrated. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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