Camping season 

June, 24, 2012
High school recruiting camps aren’t the only camps going on these days as several former USC players who are now in the NFL returned to their Southern California roots this weekend to hold camps for young kids.

The Baker-Kalil camp was conducted at Centennial HS in Corona by former Trojans offensive linemen Sam Baker (Atlanta Falcons) and Ryan Kalil (Carolina Panthers). It’s the fourth year that the duo has held the camp. Previously it was held at Kalil’s high school, Servite in Anaheim, but this year it was held in his hometown of Corona.

Among the counselors at the camp were Kalil’s brother Matt, a first-round pick of the Minnesota Vikings this year, and their former USC teammate and roommate Kyle Williams (formerly of the Seattle Seahawks). Also in attendance from the Panthers were running back Jonathan Stewart and offensive lineman Jordan Gross.