Passing camp held by Collin Klein

WICHITA, Kansas – Teaching kids life lessons and football skills, former K-State quarterback Collin Klein toured the state this week, including a stop-off at Wichita Trinity on Thursday. It marked the second straight year, the ex-Heisman Trophy finalist conducted his Passing Academy for kids.

Designed mainly for quarterbacks and receivers, his camps are open to all positions. Klein also wanted the clinic to be accessible to the youngest of athletes still learning the sport, because it’s important to develop the proper fundamentals early on.

Earning Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year honors in 2012, Klein accumulated over 7,000 yards of total offense and 86 touchdowns with the K-State Wildcats. He also led the team to two straight bowl games.

Klein recently announced he’s joining Bill Snyder’s coaching staff for the 2014 season.

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