Northeast: Kenny Blair back in Canton...
By Robert Przybylo
Doesn’t matter how many times it happens, it’s still an honor for Northeast assistant football coach Kenny Blair to get the call to come to Canton, Ohio.
Blair once again at the home of the NFL Hall of Fame for an NFL Youth Summit, run by legendary coach Dick Vermeil.
One high school coach from every state is asked to come to the Canton area for a two-day workshop where the coaches discuss how to reach kids and things like that. Blair said he always comes back from the meetings re-inspired and knows he’s on the right track in leading the kids.
“I’m blessed to get this opportunity, and I think this is a great thing for the Oklahoma City Schools,” Blair said. “It’s a great forum to get some ideas from other leaders, and it’s an example for those kids from the urban schools.”
The conference begins Wednesday.
For what happened last year at the conference, go here.
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