More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.


Photos by John Bombatch | Greene County News

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.


Photos by John Bombatch | Greene County News

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.


Photos by John Bombatch | Greene County News

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.


Photos by John Bombatch | Greene County News

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.


Photos by John Bombatch | Greene County News

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.


Photos by John Bombatch | Greene County News

A youth camper tries his best to hit the passing target, during a Xenia Wee Bucs passing drill, Wednesday, at Cox Stadium.


Photos by John Bombatch | Greene County News

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_BeamBlock_PS.jpgMore than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08. Photos by John Bombatch | Greene County News

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_BenPerson_PS.jpgMore than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08. Photos by John Bombatch | Greene County News

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_BallHandling_PS.jpgMore than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08. Photos by John Bombatch | Greene County News

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_KidsRing_PS.jpgMore than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08. Photos by John Bombatch | Greene County News

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_AgilityDrill_PS.jpgMore than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08. Photos by John Bombatch | Greene County News

More than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Deflection_PS.jpgMore than 100 area kids in the Xenia Wee Bucs and Middle School football programs participated in Wednesday’s Youth Football Camp at Cox Stadium. The youth campers participated in ball handling, blocking, passing, footwork and pass defense drills during the second half of the two-hour session. Former Ohio State Buckeye offensive lineman Ben Person, of Xenia, was on hand to speak with the campers. He brought several of his Big Ten Championship rings and five pairs of Golden Pants pendants, won for defeating That Team Up North five times. Person played at Ohio State from 2004-‘08. Photos by John Bombatch | Greene County News

A youth camper tries his best to hit the passing target, during a Xenia Wee Bucs passing drill, Wednesday, at Cox Stadium.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_TargetDrill_PS.jpgA youth camper tries his best to hit the passing target, during a Xenia Wee Bucs passing drill, Wednesday, at Cox Stadium.Photos by John Bombatch | Greene County News
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