I used to be part of a program that ran a summer camp every summer for a week. They would break it up into three sessions, offense, defense, and game play. They would work on various offensive skills (while teaching the kids the HS scheme, which was utilized at the youth levels), same thing with defense, and for the game play period the kids were broken up into x number of teams where they would play flag football against each other in a round robin type format (one to two games per day). The kids would be provided with lunch daily and would get a camp t-shirt (as part of their fees of course), and would typically watch a football movie during/immediately after lunch while letting their food settle. I hope this helps!
Nick Medinger Head Coach C.C. Griffin Middle School
Games are won during the season, Championships are won in the off-season.