Ohio State star receiver will host youth camp at his Texas high school

In just about a month, Ohio State wide receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigbais going to have a dream come true, he is going to become an NFL player.

As he awaits to find out where his next playing destination is,

Smith-Njigba announced today that he is going to be hosting a youth football camp at Rockwall High School, in his Texas hometown.

Players ages 6 to 18 are able to enroll, and various camp activities are scheduled such as position group training, combine testing, and a 7-on-7 tournament.

 All the information for signing up to attend the camp is in the link below if interested in participating.


Some of the pictures show from a previous camp have his Buckeye quarterback teammate C.J. Stroud,

 and Texas star running back Bijan Robinson as instructors. Currently, Smith-Njigba is the only one expected to be at the camp.