Greg Jannetta

Twin Falls High School is starting up its summer football skills camp for area athletes looking to get some extra practice in before the season starts.

Along with the Gridiron Dreams Academy, the school will hold a three-day, non-contact skills camp for kids entering the 4th to 9th grades, according to the school's application page. Twin Falls High School coaches will handle the first two days of instruction, and the final day will include current and former National Football League, as well as Boise State Bronco athletes, handling whistle duties.

Offense and defensive skills practice will be offered, with the camp aimed at young athletes who will be playing football in the fall. No pads will be worn during this camp. For complete enrollment and materials information, visit the application page previously listed.