Mississippi State football great Jeffery Simmons has announced which guests will be at his upcoming football camp in Starkville.
Jeffery Simmons isn’t going to be alone in developing young football talent in Starkville. In his upcoming free football camp hosted in Starkville, Simmons is going to be joined by some notable minds to help develop young quarterbacks.
According to a post on Facebook, Simmons has invited Tennessee Titans quarterback Malik Willis, former Alabama A&M Bulldogs quarterback De’Angelo Ballard, and Wyatt Davis, the owner of 601 Elite Quarterback.
As Simmons noted in his post, Willis, Ballard, and Davis will be in Starkville with Simmons on July 8 for the camp that is tailored for kids that are between the ages of 13 and 18.
Mississippi State football alum announces guests for free Starkville camp
That’s some pretty good company for Simmons to have as he heads back to Starkville for this free camp.
Willis is one of the more intriguing young quarterbacks playing in the NFL right now. He’s a talented quarterback who had a solid career with the Liberty Flames in college. He didn’t breakthrough during his first season with the Titans, but now he’s working on proving himself in Nashville.
It’ll be fascinating to see how he develops in the NFL.
Ballard is now a head coach in Byhalia, Mississippi and played quarterback in the college ranks. That experience (along with his current role) make him a great fit to help work with young talent in Mississippi.
Rounding out the group is Davis, someone who has drawn some attention in the state of Mississippi for his work to develop high school quarterbacks in Mississippi with his 601 Elite Quarterback camp.
Simmons did a great job of getting this group together.
Tickets for the event are available on Eventbrite. According to the registration portion of the event, the tickets are free, though there were tickets available at one point for a VIP camp experience. The VIP camp experience is now sold out.