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2016 Team One-Day Camps

06/09/2016, 06/10/2016, 06/16/2016, 06/17/2016


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2016 Friday Night Lights

06/10/2016, 06/17/2016


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2016 I Camps

06/12/2016, 06/19/2016


Including Specialists

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2016 Team Three-Day Camp


$250 Overnight/$190 Commuter

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All camps open to all and any entrants


- Phone: 1-812-856-5566
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Individual and/or Team Discounts available for One-Day and Three-Day Team Camps only; call Kevin Wilson Football Camps at 812-855-9618 for qualification requirements

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Kevin Wilson - Head Football Coach, Indiana University

After five seasons, Kevin Wilson has Indiana Football on the brink of big things.

In 2015, the Hoosiers earned their first bowl berth 2007 with a spot in the Pinstripe Bowl. They also captured the Old Oaken Bucket for a third straight year, the program's longest winning streak over Purdue since a four-year run from 1944-47. Indiana led the Big Ten in total offense, scoring offense and passing offense, becoming the first Big Ten team to accomplish that feat since Ohio State in 1995. Wilson's squad also had two 1,000-yard rushers (Jordan Howard - 1,213 yards; Devine Redding - 1,012 yards), one of only two Power 5 conference schools to do so.

The individual accolades were equally plentiful in 2015. Offensive linemen Dan Feeney and Jason Spriggs were named first-team All-Americans, giving IU three first-team honorees in the last two years (Tevin Coleman, 2014). A school-record 12 Hoosiers earned All-Big Ten honors, giving Wilson 38 honorees in his five seasons in Bloomington.

In 2014, Indiana had some other historically special performances, both individually and as a team. Individually, Tevin Coleman became the 18th FBS player to ever rush for 2,000 yards, on his way to unanimous All-America accolades and a seventh-place finish in the Heisman Trophy balloting. He's the school's third player to earn unanimous first-team All-America recognition, joining Anthony Thompson (1989) and Vaughn Dunbar (1991). As a team, the Hoosiers' 31-27 win at Missouri marked the school's first win over a top-20 team since 2006, and its first win over a top-20 team on the road since 1987. Indiana also knocked off Purdue for the second straight season, marking IU's first two-game win streak over the Boilermakers since 1993-94. 
In 2013, the Hoosiers set new school records for points (463) touchdowns (62) and touchdown passes (36) while improving their win total for the second straight season. The Hoosiers scored more than 50 points three times, had more than 600 total yards four times, and rushed for at least 300 yards five times during the campaign. At season's end, seven Hoosiers earned All-Big Ten accolades. 

That big year came on the heels of a 2012 season that saw the Hoosiers quadruple their win total from 2011 and posted back-to-back Big Ten wins for the first time since 2007. Indiana Football also showed it is on the verge of even bigger things based on the fact it lost four games by four points or less.

Adding to the excitement about IU football is the fact Wilson has compiled the program's four highest-ranked recruiting classes ever in 2013-16. 

Wilson was tabbed as IU's head coach on Dec. 7, 2010, making him the 28th head coach in the history of the program, Wilson arrived at IU with a reputation as one of the most innovative and prolific offensive minds in college football. Wilson had most recently worked at Oklahoma, where he spent nine years on the Sooners' staff, including the last five as Coach Bob Stoops' offensive coordinator.

Among Wilson's accomplishments before arriving in Bloomington:

  • Led some of the most productive offenses in the history of college football to 10 consecutive bowl games, seven of which were BCS bowl appearances, including three national championship games (2003, 2004 and 2008 seasons).
  • OU played in seven Big 12 Title games in Wilson's nine years, going 6-1 in those appearances. His offenses were vital to accumulating an overall record of 99-24 (.805) during his time in Norman, including seven 10-win seasons.
  • In Wilson's nine years at Oklahoma, 22 offensive players were drafted into the NFL, including seven first-round selections, with three going among the first 10 picks and two in the top five.
  • Served as position coach for three All-Americans, an Outland Trophy winner (Jammal Brown), a Mackey Award finalist (Jermaine Gresham) and a two-time Rimington Trophy finalist (Vince Carter).
  • Twice a finalist for the Frank Broyles Award - awarded to the nation's top assistant coach, Wilson won the award in 2008.
  • As position coach, tutored three first round draft picks (Jermaine Gresham, TE, 2010, Davin Joseph, OL, 2006 and Jammal Brown, OL, 2005), a second round pick (Chris Chester, OL, 2005), a fifth round pick (Brody Eldridge, TE, 2010), a sixth round pick (Wes Sims, OL, 2004) and six free agents at Oklahoma.
  • Prior to his stint in Norman, Wilson was promoted to assistant head coach and offensive coordinator at Northwestern University in 2001 after serving as offensive coordinator in 1999 and 2000. He worked with the quarterbacks during his time in Evanston.
  • Helped NU to the 2000 Alamo Bowl and quarterback Zac Kustok, a Unitas Award finalist, led the Big Ten in total offense.
  • Running back Damian Anderson earned All-America honors and became the sixth-best rusher in Big Ten history.
  • Followed Randy Walker to Northwestern from Miami after spending nine years in Oxford, coaching alongside former Indiana head coach Terry Hoeppner.
  • Served as offensive line coach for his first two years at Miami and was promoted to offensive coordinator for the next seven, spending 1992-1997 in charge of the offensive line and the 1998 season with the quarterbacks.
  • His offenses produced outstanding running backs, including Travis Prentice and Indiana running backs coach Deland McCullough.
  • Prentice became the NCAA all-time leading scorer and the fifth-most prolific rusher in NCAA history, breaking McCullough's school records in the process.


June 10 or 17, 2016 - REGISTER NOW!

(Grades 9-12)

Players can get an inside look at our program and be taught by Coach Wilson and the his staff. This offers young athletes the opportunity to be trained and instructed by the football staff, where they will go through offensive and defensive positional drills and have one-on-one competitions with fellow campers. Helmets and shoulder pads if your state permits you to bring them. Registration from 5-6 p.m., with camp running from 6-10 p.m.

I Camps, June 12 or 19, 2016 - REGISTER NOW!

(for rising grades 9-12)

Individuals are invited to Bloomington for a chance to be instructed by Coach Wilson's staff. There will be a PM session each day. Includes specialists (P/K/Longsnappers). Helmets and shoulder pads if your state permits you to bring them. Registration from 1-2 p.m., with camp running from 1-5 p.m.

Team One-Day Camps, June 9, 10, 16, 17, 2016 - REGISTER NOW! 

(for Varsity and JV teams grade 9-12)

Teams are invited to spend a day in Bloomington learning from Coach Wilson and his staff. Teams will play games against evenly-matched opponents while being coached by the football staff and visiting coaches. Varsity and JV teams invited. Helmets and shoulder pads if your state permits you to bring them.

Before registering for this camp, please confirm with your high school coach that your team is attending this camp - No individual registrations can be accepted.

Team Three-Day Camp, June 13-15, 2016 - REGISTER NOW!

(for Varsity and JV teams grades 9-12)

Many of the top teams from around the state and Midwest travel to Bloomington each summer to participate in Kevin Wilson's Football Team Camps on the Indiana campus. Our three-day camp is a great opportunity for your team to develop for the upcoming season while working under the watchful eye of the football coaches. Players get overall team analysis as well as position-specific instruction from Kevin Wilson’s staff.

Before registering for this camp, please confirm with your high school coach that your team is attending this camp - No individual registrations can be accepted.



Memorial Stadium is the home of Indiana Football. With the completion of the North End Zone Student-Athlete Development Center, it is the epicenter for IU Athletics and a source of pride for all students, alumni and Hoosier fans.

With its two bold towers and expansive seating bowl, this 138,000 square-foot, multi-purpose facility has already become a visible landmark on the IU Bloomington campus. As the new headquarters of Indiana Football, it also serves to represent a commitment to elevating IU Football with training facilities, staff and administrative offices, position meeting rooms, a team auditorium and an underground walkway to the practice fields.



Quality living accommodations are essential in a football camp. Campers, counselors, staff members, and coaches will be housed and fed in an air-conditioned residence hall. Rooms are furnished for double occupancy only. Roommates may be requested, but are not guaranteed. Each camper must bring his own sheets, pillow, blanket, towels and soap.


All Three-Day Team campers will be assigned a dorm room at registration. You will be able to room with anyone you choose. Please make arrangements with your friends BEFORE you get to camp. If you have chosen a roommate, please enter your roommate's name on the application form. If you get to camp and didn't get the roommate that you requested, room changes will be allowed the first night only.


Athletic trainers are on duty 24 hours a day. They will provide immediate medical attention to anyone who is injured or becomes ill, and will attend to general athletic training needs. The Bloomington Hospital and IU Health Center are both located within 10 minutes of the camp facilities.


The camp director reserves the right to dismiss anyone for any violations during camp. Tuition will not be refunded for any voluntary withdrawal or expulsion from Indiana Football Camp.


For transportation from the Indianapolis Airport, contact 1-800-589-6004 or 812-332-6004. We do not provide transportation from the Indianapolis Airport.