Even with the chaos caused by coronavirus, University of Montana football is still hoping to conduct their annual camps for grade and high school students.

Montana football head coach Bobby Hauck has adjusted his slate of 2020 summer football camps to coincide with the NCAA's extension of the recruiting dead period through the month of June. The Grizzlies will now host two camps for high school-age players in the month of July as well as a pair of youth camps in June, as opposed to their previous slate of six prospect-age camps.

The new slate of camps is as follows:

Youth Camp: Grades 1-4 (as of fall 2020)

June 15-17, 2020

Youth Camp: Grades 5-8 (as of fall 2020)

June 22-24, 2020

Individual Camp I

July 1, 2020

Individual Camp II

July 31, 2020

For those previously signed up for one of the June camps, three options are available:

Option 1: Participate in July 1st Individual Camp

Option 2: Participate in July 31st Individual Camp

Option 3: Refund

Obviously, all camps are subject to change due to Montana State and Missoula County Health recommendations and any changes to NCAA protocol regarding COVID-19. Complete online registration details and information is available here. You can also get more questions answered by contacting organizer Jimmy Morimoto, 406-243-2969 or jimmy.morimoto@mso.umt.edu. Our thanks to Eric Taber in UM Sports Information for keeping us updated.



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