NFL stars Bobby Wagner and Omar Bolden host football camp at Colony High

Bobby Wagner of the Seattle Seahawks and Omar Bolden of the Denver Broncos will host their second annual youth football camp at Colony High School this Saturday:

Both Bolden and Wagner are alumni of Colony High.

The duo will always bring a number of their close friends and teammates from around the NFL to participate such as Von Miller (Broncos), Corona Centennial High alum Vontaze Burfict (Bengals) and Mt. SAC alum Bruce Irving (Seahawks).

The event will feature two age groups with the first group, ages 7-10, starting at 8 a.m. and the second group, ages 11-14, starting at noon.

Those willing to attend the event are asked to sign up at A total of 400 have already reportedly signed up. Walk-in will be accepted if there are no shows.

Campers will work with the NFL players in various football drills before receiving a backpack with school supplies. 
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Colony HS grad Wagner finishes second in NFL rookie of year voting

Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner is finally getting his due. After receiving just one scholarship offer out of Colony High School, he finished his career at Utah State as the all-time leading tackler in the history of the WAC. The Seahawks endured plenty of criticism for selecting the undersized Wagner 15th in the second round of the 2012 draft, but that was a distant memory when he finished second in the Defensive Rookie of the Year voting Saturday night.

Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly, the No. 9 overall pick, won the award with 28 first-place votes to Wagner’s 11. That, however, wasn’t much consolation to Wagner, who tweeted…

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