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Date: SATURDAY JANUARY 23, 2021
​Time: 2 PM – 4:30 PM (check-in at 1 PM)
Location: Neosho High School Football Stadium
511 S Neosho Blvd, Neosho, MO 64850 
Positions: (QB/WR/TE/RB/LB/DB)
Price: $50

DESCRIPTION: The 4 States Sports 2% Camps conduct camps year round designed to teach the fundamentals of football. The  Camp is a non-contact camp, providing a fun learning experience for all campers. Each camper receives a camp t-shirt. This non-contact camp is designed to improve a player’s beginning, intermediate or advanced skill level. Fundamentals of Skills positions are taught in addition to life skills such as respect, responsibility, sportsmanship, teamwork and the importance of education. Participants are grouped based on age and skill level.​

Each camper should bring their own cleats and mouth guard.

We are inviting some of the best players in the nation and all of the college coaches in the nation.

The coaches running this camp will be former college and NFL players and coaches, as well as some of the best high school and college coaches in the area.

Josh Richey, played professional football for Chicago Rush, New York Jets, New York Dragons, and the San Jose Sabercats. He is now a Cerfied Trainer, Speaker, and Coach with 15+ years of experiences speaking in schools, prisons,
jail facilities, juvinile detention centers, group homes, community events, companies, and organizations.

Josh is also our Communications Director at The Resilience Foundation.

Jason Byars, was an all state quarterback out of Tulsa who threw more than 1,700 yards as part of a balanced offense. Byars completed 48 percent of his passes (102-of-209) with 18 touchdowns and nine interceptions.

Robert Jones – Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator at Del City, in his 12th season coaching high school football. Coach Jones has spent 10 of his 12 years in coaching in the state of Texas. Prior to his move to Oklahoma, he served various coaching roles at Brewer High School during his 3 year tenure including Secondary, Head Strength & Conditioning, Head Boys Track, and Co-Defensive Coordinator. Jones has previously coached Running Backs and Secondary at Saginaw High School, Co-Defensive Coordinator and Secondary at Los Fresnos High School, Secondary at College Station High School, and Co-Defensive Coordinator, Secondary, and Head Boys Track at Rockdale High School. Coach Jones started his coaching career at Carl Albert High School coaching the Secondary for two years, capturing a State Championship in 2006. Coach Jones started his collegiate career at Northeastern A&M Junior College where he was a Junior College All American. He went on to finish his collegiate playing career at Oklahoma State University where he was a starting cornerback for 2 years and a member of the Academic All-Big 12 and All-Big 12 football teams. Jones attended Carl Albert High School in Midwest City, where he highlighted his athletic career with two football State Championships and three State Championships in Track & Field.

Steve Patterson, Assistant Football Coach at Carl Junction. He began his coaching career at Wilburton High School in 1991 before moving to Claremore High School in 1993. Patterson returned to his hometown of Miami, Okla., to serve as an assistant coach at Northeastern A&M College from 2000-06. He left the Golden Norsemen in 2006 for Central Oklahoma where he was the defensive coordinator for one season before being elevated to assistant head coach for the Bronchos from 2007-11.

At UCO, Patterson coached 23 All-Lone Star Conference players, two All-Americans, three LSC North Linebackers of the Year and two who played in the NCAA Division II Cactus Bowl. His 2009 defense ranked No. 5 nationally in passes intercepted, his 2008 defense was No. 20 in NCAA Division II in rushing defense and in 2007, the UCO was ranked No. 29 in total defense. More recently Steve was tje Assistant Coach/Defensive Backs at Northeastern State University.

He also helped lead the Norse win the Southwest Junior College Football Conference championships in 2000, 2002 & 2003. In 2005, NEO finished the year ranked sixth en route to claiming the SJCFC co-championship at 9-3. He left the program after coaching 37 NCAA Division I-A defensive players and 52 who signed with Division I or I-AA teams.

Each camper should bring their own cleats and mouth guard.

Please be sure and sign up in the athlete’s name,
not the parent or guardian.
Members Discounts apply.

Jan Skills Camp $50.00 per camper.

Click here for Membership Information.

What Do We Have To Offer?
Our new weight room is open! We have tons of camps, combines and other events coming in 2021. Check out our Coaches and Trainers page to get started on the program that will work best for you. Be sure and check out our Membership page for great discounts! 

Our outdoor batting cages are always open and our turf field is available for field practice.

Have you looked at our 2% Program? As an athlete looking to play collegiate sports, this is the program for you!

Be sure and review our cancellation policy when signing up for an event or class of any kind!

State Rules and Regulations: 

Please check in to the High School Sports Participation Rules in regards to athletic participation in your state. It is up to you to know and abide by these rules set by the state where your athlete is in school. Make sure that the laws/bylaws as to the time period when each athlete can/cannot participate in camps and combines of any particular sport is within the time of the camp or combine that you are signing up for.