Campers Learn from Super Bowl MVP

Williamsburg, VA (WWBT)- This week's Nike Colonial All-Pro Football Camp featured some of the biggest names in the NFL.  Tuesday morning found a Super Bowl MVP paying a visit to Williamsburg and taking some time to talk to young players, as well as throwing them some passes.

Aaron Rodgers was the third and final NFL visitor to this week's camp.  Rodgers arrived around 9:15am and spent approximately an hour and 15 minutes with the campers.  He started out by talking to the older group of high school players and gave them some tips on how to succeed.  After that, Rodgers joined the younger group and threw them some passes for the final 30 minutes of the session.  He capped things off with a question and answer session to the entire group.

Rodgers made headlines by leading the Green Bay Packers to a Super Bowl XLV title with a win over the Pittsburgh Steelers as a number six seed and earned the game's MVP award.

The Colonial All-Pro Camp concludes Wednesday and is for players age 8 through rising seniors in high school.

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