Ralph Brown DB Camp on Saturday at San Dimas High School, 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m.


What: Ralph Brown DB Camp
Where: San Dimas High School
When: 9 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Cost: $50/per camper
Ralph Brown II grew up in Baldwin Park and played junior all-american football for the Roadrunners. He starred at Bishop Amat and the University of Nebraska before playing for the Arizona Cardinals. For more information call 626-339-4646 or email b3sports@yahoo.com or visit www.b3sportstraining.com.

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  • BA PRIDE!

    Another fine example of an Amat Alumni giving back to the community!

    WE REMEMBER AND LOVE YA RALPH BROWN!!!

  • Ethel

    Bishop Amat Alumni! This event is going to be awesome! Please come out and support B3ST!

  • Dan

    Which years did Brown play at Amat? Good for him for giving back to the community.

  • RESPECT TO DAN AND HIS BULLDOGS!

    Ralph Brown was BA’s star RB and DB the last time BA won the Pac-5 Championship in 1995. Here’s a clip from Wikipedia:

    “Brown attended Bishop Amat Memorial High School in La Puente, California, where he was listed as the 2nd-best defensive back in the country by Blue Chip and named to the Dream Team. He was also named to USA Today ‘s 2nd-team All-America squad. He was seventh in the state in rushing with 2,246 yards on 311 carries and scored the game-winning touchdown in the Lancers’ Division I championship win over Los Angeles’ Loyola High in 1995. He earned CIF Southern Section Player of the Year and MVP, and the Los Angeles Times Back-of-the-Year honors, scoring 29 times, including a school-record 6 in one game. Defensively, he had 57 tackles and six interceptions. He also lettered three times in track.”

    Have a great night everyone!

  • RESPECT TO DAN AND HIS BULLDOGS!

    Ralph Brown was BA’s star RB and DB the last time BA won the Pac-5 Championship in 1995. Here’s a clip from Wikipedia:

    “Brown attended Bishop Amat Memorial High School in La Puente, California, where he was listed as the 2nd-best defensive back in the country by Blue Chip and named to the Dream Team. He was also named to USA Today ‘s 2nd-team All-America squad. He was seventh in the state in rushing with 2,246 yards on 311 carries and scored the game-winning touchdown in the Lancers’ Division I championship win over Los Angeles’ Loyola High in 1995. He earned CIF Southern Section Player of the Year and MVP, and the Los Angeles Times Back-of-the-Year honors, scoring 29 times, including a school-record 6 in one game. Defensively, he had 57 tackles and six interceptions. He also lettered three times in track.”

    Have a great night everyone!

  • Dan

    Impressive, no wonder he went pro!

  • Camp

    My son attended the Ralph Brown camp yesterday. The camp was very well run. I, along with many of the parents I talked to were very impressed with Ralph his professional staff. The coaches from San Dimas worked very well with the kids. They were energetic, and very positive. Overall, I was impressed with everything, and we will sign up for the next camp.

  • OchocincoPhanatic!!!!

    I’m realy hearing a lot of good things about this guy Ralph Brown and his camps. I want to know more about what he’s doing at these camps. Even though my boy Ochocinco will probably burn him I want to see what all the buzz is about! Go Raiders!!!!

  • track walker@sdhs

    i was taken my morning walk @ san dimas high like i do every saturday morning,there was a football camp ran by a player from my favorite team AZ cardinals Ralph Brown. i told Mr brown if he had my hops we could of won the super bowl lol! great camp ralph keep up the good work