2022 Alumni Cap and Noco Football - Summer Football Camp
Camp Coaches - NFL and NCAA Athletes
Ahman Green– 2-time National Champion at Nebraska. In 1996 beating the Florida Gators & in 1998 beating Peyton Manning’s Tennessee Volunteers. The 1996 Orange bowl MVP vs the Tennessee Volunteers. Ahman is a Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame Running Back. Ahman is also the All-time Green Bay Packers Rushing Record holder with 8,322 yards. Ahman finished with 11,244 all-purpose yards during his NFL Career. Ahman Green & Bo Jackson were the only 2 players in NFL history to have 2 touchdown runs of 90 yards or more. Ahman gained more rushing yards & yards from scrimmage than any other NFL player from 2000-2004. A 4 Time NFL Pro Bowl Selection & the NFC Offensive Player of the year.
Tommie Frazier– Former University of Nebraska Quarterback and College Football Hall of Famer. 2-time National Champion at Nebraska. In 1995 beating the Miami Hurricanes & in 1996 beating the Florida Gators. Nearly winning 3 National Championships at Nebraska as the Huskers lost on a field goal with one second left in the 1994 National Championship vs the Florida State Seminoles. One of the greatest Quarterbacks in the History of College Football.
Adam Carriker – Former Nebraska Defensive End. Voted Best Nebraska Defensive End since 2000 and All-American. A pre-season Playboy All-American and 3rd team All-American post season. Nebraska Hall of Famer and 8-year NFL Career with the St. Louis Rams and Washington Redskins. Named the Strongest Washington Redskin while he was on the team and a 1st round NFL draft pick.
Josh Davis– A high school 200-meter sprinter state champion in Colorado. Nebraska I-Back, Kickoff Returner & Punt Returner. Big 12 Conference All -Time Career Kickoff Return yardage record holder with 2,265 yards. Nebraska All -Time single-game, single-season & career Kickoff Return yardage record holder with 2,265 yards. In the 2002 National Championship game vs the University of Miami Hurricanes he set the BCS Rose Bowl record for total return yards & yards per return avg vs the Miami Hurricanes. In 2003 he started at I-back, kickoff Return & Punt Return. Voted Honorable-Mention All-Big 12 in 2003. Free agent to the New York Jets in 2004.
Troy Dumas– Linebacker at Nebraska and in the NFL. A member of 4 consecutive big 8 championship teams. College National Champion at Nebraska in 1995 with a victory vs the Miami Hurricanes. A Butkus Semifinalist, which is one of the best linebackers in the country…Former Kansas City Chiefs, St. Louis Rams & Denver Broncos Linebacker. Drafted by the chiefs in the 3rd round in 1995.
Tony Davis– Nick named “Tough Tony” for his tenacious play. Nebraska MVP of the Sugar Bowl vs the Florida Gators in 1974. He was also the MVP of the Cotton Bowl vs the Texas Longhorns in 1975. He was the All-time leading rusher in Nebraska History when his career was finished. He was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals and an MVP for them. He also played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. On New Year’s Day in New Orleans in 2022, he was inducted into the Sugar Bowl Hall of Fame.
Mark Brungardt– Linebacker at Nebraska who set the Performance index record for Linebackers in lifting. He hang cleaned 315 pounds 10 times. Dominant on Special teams in all phases of the game. A legacy player at the University of Nebraska, with his father Tim playing Fullback at Nebraska and his uncle Paul playing defensive tackle.
Tony Veland– Former Nebraska Safety who set the Performance index record for Defensive backs in lifting. Member of 5 consecutive big 8 championship teams. A 2-time National Champion at Nebraska in 1995 beating the Miami Hurricanes & in 1996 beating the Florida Gators. A team Captain and a leader on the defense. He was 2nd team All-Big 8 in 1995. Member of the Broncos Super bowl team member in 1997.
Dave McCloughan– A high school 100- & 200-meter sprinter state champion in Colorado. A Kickoff Returner and Cornerback from the University of Colorado. He won a National Championship at Colorado by defeating the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the 1991 Orange Bowl. A former Indianapolis Colts, Green Bay Packers & Seattle Seahawks Cornerback & special teams player. An NFL Scout for 16 plus years for the Las Vegas Raiders.
Billy Haafke – Wide Receiver at the University of Nebraska. 3-time National Champion. In 1995 beating the University of Miami. In 1996 beating the Florida Gators & in 1998 beating the Tennesse Volunteers. A vicious blocker who helped lead Nebraska to several rushing titles, 3 conference championships and 3 national championships. Billy Haafke caught every pass that was thrown his way because of technique, hard work and desire.
Ross Pilkington– Receiver at Nebraska. He broke the All- Time Nebraska freshman receptions and receiving yardage records. He had the 3rd longest reception by a Husker in Nebraska history at 90 yards for a touchdown vs Iowa state. He was first team freshman All-Big 12 and the first underclassman captain for Nebraska since the 1960’s. Before he played at Nebraska he was drafted by the Colorado Rockies as he was a tremendous baseball player.
Mikael Horacek- Wide Receiver at Iowa State. Former Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers & New York Jets wide receiver. He also stared in the Arena Football League. He was the Arena Football league Offensive Player of the Year in 2000. Video game numbers in the Arena Football league with 46 receiving touchdowns in that 2000 MVP Season. He had 9 receiving touchdowns in a single game. 11,645 yards receiving at the end of his AFL career.
Joey Rucks – A two-year starter and big-play defender, played in all 12 games with 11 starts, recording 65 tackles (52 solo), seven passes broken up, and eight tackles for loss…Despite playing cornerback, led the Rams and ranked among MWC leaders with eight stops behind the line of scrimmage.
Keyuo Carver – University of Nebraska graduate and was selected in the fourth round of the 2002 NFL Draft by the New Orleans Saints. Craver spent three seasons with the Saints where he started 22 total games. He recorded 22 tackles and three assists while with the team. A highlight of Craver’s time with the Saints came in 2002 when he scooped up a fumble and raced in for a touchdown against the Packers. Craver played 2 seasons with the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League.
Gary Barnett – is a former American football player and coach. He served as the head coach at Fort Lewis College (1982–1983), Northwestern University (1992–1998), and the University of Colorado at Boulder (1999–2005), compiling a career college football record of 92–94–2. His 1995 Northwestern team won the Big Ten Conference title, the first for the program since 1936, and played in the school’s first Rose Bowl since 1949.
John Poovey – Legend Head Football Coach from Loveland High School. A career that spanned five decades, 41 years 269 victories and 4 Titles.
LOVELAND SPORTS PARK: 950 N Boyd Lake Ave, Loveland, CO 80537
DATE: June 28th & 29th, 2022
TIME: 9:30am – 12:30pm
AGES: Trainig Groups organized from Pre/K – High School Varsity
- Camp T Shirt
- Chic-Fil-A Meals
- Free Gatorade/Bottled Water
- MVP Awards
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