A pair of San Francisco 49ers linebackers used their weekend to continue making a difference in the community. NaVorro Bowman and Michael Wilhoite hosted hundreds of kids at their respective youth camps.
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Bowman's clinic was in Santa Clara. It came just weeks after he held a similar camp in his hometown near Washington D.C. The linebacker's two-day camp had sessions on Saturday and Sunday for boys and girls in grades 1-8. Each camper enjoyed offensive and defensive stations, fun competitions and plenty of words of wisdom from Bowman. The 49ers All-Pro defender spent much of the weekend going station-to-station in order to work with each group. As evidenced by some of the videos below, Bowman even threw himself into a few drills and competed against the kids in attendance.
Wilhoite hosted his camp in Topeka, Kan., at his alma mater Washburn University. Tony Jerod-Eddie and Bruce Miller joined Wilhoite at his first youth camp where more than 250 kids endured 95 degree weather for a full day of football instruction.
Here are some highlights of each event via social media.