Duluth Denfeld graduate and Minnesota Vikings fullback C.J. Ham announced he will be hosting another youth football camp this summer in his hometown of Duluth.

The annual camp has been very popular in years past, with the one-day event having a limited number of slots for two different age groups. It is one of two different youth football camps Ham offers.

As the event's registration page explains, the camp includes one-on-one football instruction from Ham and some of the region's most experienced players and coaches as well as a focus on character development, leadership, and sportsmanship.

The proceeds from the camp will go to the Ham Family Scholarship Fund presented by Essentia Health.

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The first of Ham's two camps will be in Sioux Falls, South Dakota on June 4. The event will be hosted at his college alma mater Augustana University, where he will host youth ages 6-11 for an afternoon session and kids ages 11-15 for an evening session.

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The second camp will see Ham return to his hometown of Duluth, where he will offer a similarly-structured two-session camp on Saturday, July 8. The camp will welcome youth going into grades 1-5 10 am to noon session, and those going into grades 5-9 for a 1-3 pm session.

The event will be held once again at Public School Stadium at Denfeld High School in Duluth.

Only 200 spots for each session are available, and they have filled up quickly in years past. The Duluth camp's registration page can be found here.

Along with one-on-one instruction, participants also get a camp t-shirt, a signed C.J. Ham autograph card, and water & light snacks will be available.

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