HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Since graduating from the University of Hawaii after battling through adversity on the field for the Rainbow Warrior football team, Sean Schroeder hasn't stopped trying to give back to the islands.
The former Warrior quarterback's non-profit organization, 808 Passing Academy, is back again to help high school quarterbacks and skill-position players develop as football players.
The camp, which charges no admission, does accept donations or sponsorships. Schroeder won't be the only one training Hawaii's next generation of great football players, however, as quarterback guru Vince Passas will also be instructing participants.
Passas has worked with the likes of Timmy Chang, Marcus Mariota, Tua Tagovailoa and Chevan Cordeiro. The camp will take place Friday, June 15 at Aloha Stadium from 6-8:30 p.m.
For details, go to 808passingacademy.com.