Tallahassee, FL - Leroy Smith held his third annual football and cheer camp over two days, ending on Saturday at the Carter Parramore School in Quincy.
Smith is remembered by many in the Big Bend for his ability on gameday in Doak Campbell Stadium. He won 36 games when he was on the field at FSU.
His camp, which he dubs "Win-Win," is meant to challenge kids on the football field and off of it.
"We have this concept called the IT JAR," said Smith, who graduated from Shanks High School. "The IT JAR simply means: Identity, plus thinking, plus judgements, plus actions, equals results. So, basically, we are just trying to get our kids to identify with themselves so that they can get a positive result or outcome."
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