Roddy White’s Keep The Faith 2014 Football Camp
I Had a great time In South Carolina for Roddy White’s 2014 Football Camp at James Island High School. The first thing I noticed was the weather was much better this year. Last year I was super hot!!! The kids all worked hard and gave it their best.
Roddy White made sure that he spent time with each child and encourage them to be the best. I looked at the kids faces and could tell that they really look up to Roddy and they look forward to his camp every year. This year Roddy had help from NFL friends Michael Vick and Byron Maxwell.
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6 thoughts on “Roddy White’s Keep The Faith 2014 Football Camp”
Love it!, and love Roddy… u guys are makin a big impact
Great work Fam! This was an awesome gift to our youth! I enjoyed helping out last year! #KMG
Andre White I told him 10mill a year and nothing less!
This is a great thing for the youth as they need more positive role models to look up to. Great job!
Good work always for the kids. Now get that contract out the way. I say about 7 mill a year!