When Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown hosted his Youth Football Camp at Bethel Park High School in Bethel Park, Pennsylvania, over 190 young athletes eagerly took advantage of the opportunity to learn from the six-time Pro Bowler. Brown was joined by a coaching staff of 25, all dedicated to teaching the kids and giving them an experience they’ll never forget.
Teammates provided scholarships for aspiring athletes from Tickets for Kids Charities to attend the camp. The Tickets for Kids Charities is dedicated to the equitable access of cultural resources for low-income and at-risk children.
Teammates presents a Good Teammate Award to one camper at each of the Pro Camps where they provide scholarships. The award is given to a camper in recognition of his or her traits of a TOTAL TEAMMATE: leadership, toughness, unselfishness, and respect for the game and all of its participants. At Brown’s camp, the Good Teammate Award was presented to Kaden Brown, age 10.