Super freaking: Moss leads NFL parade at Woodbury High School
Some big-time football players took to the turf of Royals Stadium this past weekend.
Moss, one of the most prolific wide receivers in NFL history, and Dixon, an NFL offensive lineman for 11 years, were among the coaches who provided hands-on training over the course of the two days to players who came to the camp from all over the metro area.
Carter was an All-American defensive back for the University of Minnesota and went on to play 11 seasons in the National Football League.
Matt Wangsness, a 1996 Woodbury graduate and former teammate of Carter’s at the University of Minnesota, helped organize the event at Woodbury High School along with current Woodbury head coach Andy Hill, who played with Wangsness at Woodbury.
The two-day camp, which was for eighth through 12th graders and cost $300 for roughly 16 hours of training, is new to the Twin Cities. After retiring from the NFL in 2011, Carter started the Tyrone Carter Elite Training Schools and has trained NFL athletes and collegiate athletes around the country preparing for the NFL Combine.
Other former players who coached at the camp included former Vikings’ offensive lineman Everett Lindsey, former NFL linebackers Jay Foreman and Darrell Reid and former Gophers’ wide receiver Ron Johnson.
The Woodbury camp was the inaugural event for TC Elite Training School. In time, Carter hopes to make the camps twice-monthly around Minnesota.