The main objective of the camp was to enhance the youth football skills of all participants through instructional training drills and remedial practices. Chris Chambers directed the clinic with assistance from the other players and coaches in attendance. The heart of the clinic consisted of teaching techniques and skills for immediate application including both offensive and defensive fundamentals. The drills emphasized both individual and collective non-contact instructional drills.
At the end of the camp, all of the kids got to compete in various challenges including the 40 yard dash, a throwing competition and a wide receiver obstacle course. In addition, multiple youth football teams attended the camp and those teams got to compete in a 7 on 7 competition.
All participants received a group photo and had the chance to receive autographs from the instructors and have lunch, which was provided by the C.A.T.C.H. 84 Foundation. In addition, a few players received awards for their exceptional work throughout the camp and for winning the various post camp contests.