COVID-19 UPDATE: The All Alaska Football Camp is tentatively scheduled for July 11-14, 2020, pending the retraction of current health mandates. Our main priority continues to be the health, safety, and wellness of our campers, coaches, and staff as we continue to monitor the developing situation and relevant information on the COVID-19 virus.
The All Alaska Football Camp (AFC) is recognized as one of the top football camps in the nation.
Over the past seven seasons, 403 players attending AFC earned All State Honors. This is a hallmark of AFC. Since 1992, literally thousands of AFC players have gone on to earn All State or All Conference honors. 16 of the past 21 State Championship Teams – Divisions 1, 2, and 3 – attended AFC, and the 2012-2013-2014-2016-2017 Gatorade Players of the Year attended AFC. Many players go on to play in college. The camp features over 30 top College and select High School coaches from around 20 Colleges & Universities, plus counselors and athletic trainers from across the nation. Our staff provides superior football individual skills instruction, team instruction, coaching clinics, motivational speakers, college scholarship mentoring, housing and meals.
Open to any and all entering 9-12th grades in fall of 2019.
From seasoned Seniors to first-year players, CHAMPIONS ARE FORGED HERE!
“Coming from the lower 48, we had no idea there was a football camp happening at this level in Alaska. We’re all pretty surprised and impressed.”
Carl Cheffers, NFL, Super Bowl LI Referee (also speaking on behalf of NFL line judge Tim Podraza, and SEC umpire Russ Pulley.)
When I attended the All Alaska Football Camp the first time, I thought it was all about learning to be a better football player. That’s a big part of it for sure, but I quickly realized that self-improvement is just the first step to becoming a great football player. I was fortunate to attend AFC three seasons. I learned from dozens of college coaches who helped me max my potential, and how to succeed at the next level.
Our Colony team surprised a few people in 2018 and we fought all the way to the D1 State Semi-finals where we lost to the eventual state champion East Thunderbirds. I was honored in the post-season to be named USA Alaska Utility POY, and All State WR/DB and Kick Returner.
The All Alaska Football Camp helped me discover and develop the best of my potential. If you’re willing to bring your best to AFC, the rewards are stronger performance, more confidence and a unique opportunity to learn from and show top college coaches what kind of player you are.
Thanks to AFC, I received offers from several top programs, and have now committed to six-time National Champion, UW Whitewater. AFC guided and inspired me to believe in my dream to play college football. My goal now is to apply those lessons at UW Whitewater next season. Stay tuned!
Colony High School
USA Alaska First Team
All State WR/DB & Kick Returner
USA Alaska Utility Player of the Year
2018 Stats: Receiving: 43 catches, 678 yds. – Rushing: 32 carries, 357 yds. – 17 total TD’s – 5 KOR TD’s – 8 Int, 1 for TD. Averaged over 11 yds per carry, 16 yds per catch.
The All Alaska football camp has impacted my life tremendously! I have been going to the AFC for four years, and to be able to showcase my talents in front of so many college coaches is unreal! It was an honor to be coached by all these amazing coaches and not only learning about football, but life lessons as well. This camp has helped my teammates and I throughout the summer so we could get ready for the season! This camp also helped me earn Gatorade Player of the Year, and college interests. Without this camp, I would not be the player I am today!
2017-2018 Gatorade Player of the Year
2x Offensive Player of the Year
4x 1st Team All State WR & RB
2x 1st Team All State Linebacker
Stats: • 1,374 Rush Yards
• 823 Receiving Yards
• 38 TDs
• 67 Tackles
“When you play for the Soldotna Stars, you learn early on that preparation is vital to success. The All Alaska Football Camp is one of the first and best ways our team prepares every season. We have now won 49 straight games, so I think the formula is working. We have a lot of teams gunning for us, and the AFC college coaches work with our coaches to help prepare us to meet every challenge. In addition to outstanding team prep, AFC is the perfect place to hone your individual skills. I won the Gatorade Player of the year in 2016, and AFC has definitely helped me become the player I am today. Along with my teammates, I can’t wait to get back to camp and kickoff my senior season.”
Soldotna High School
2018 Trajan Langdon Youth Award Winner, showcasing Leadership, Sportsmanship, and Inspiration
2018 Dakota State University (South Dakota) Football Scholarship Recipient
2017 D2 Offensive Player of the Year
2017 Alaska USA Today First Team Selection
2016 Alaska Gatorade Player of the year.
Alaska USA Today Offensive Player of the Year.
Alaska USA Today First Team All State Fullback.
1607 Yards Rushing – 22 Touchdowns.
“The All Alaska Football Camp had a major impact on my high school football career. I attended the camp all four years of my career, and it helped my team become two-time State Champions. I was also honored to be named the 2014 Gatorade Player of the Year. AFC offers outstanding individual skill development, and it helped me become the best player I could be. AFC also offers unique team-building opportunities. Over the past four years, I was able to learn valuable individual skills from outstanding college coaches, PLUS AFC was an opportunity for our coaches and players to see how the Eielson Ravens stacked up against defending champions and top football talent from around the state. And last, I did not have to spend thousands of dollars on exposure camps in the Lower 48. AFC provided me an incredible opportunity to showcase my skills and potential to over 20 college coaches from around the country. I am currently considering multiple college football scholarship offers, and many of those are from coaches who coached the All Alaska Football Camp.”
RB, State Champion Eielson Ravens
2014 Gatorade Player of the Year
3 years as Offensive State POY
2x conference offensive POY
3x first team all state RB
3x first team all state DB
1x conference utility POY
“I was proud to be selected Gatorade Player of the Year for 2013, but that award doesn’t compare to how it felt to be part of the State Champion West High Eagles and winning the First National Bowl. The All Alaska Football Camp was a big part of our preparation. It was the first time we really bonded and felt like family. I think it helped prepare us for the injuries and challenges we had to overcome last year. This camp makes you a better player, but the best part is how it teaches you to be a better teammate and a stronger team.”
All State Wide Receiver
All Conference Wide Receiver
“During my high school career, I attended more than a dozen football camps. The All Alaska Football Camp was the ONE camp I returned to every year. It’s a great place to meet new friends and compete with the best football players from all across Alaska. What other camp offers coaching from 20+ college coaches from around the country? I would recommend AFC to any high school player who is serious about becoming a better football player and a stronger teammate. AFC is everything I love about football and a lot more.”
Conor Feckley (Picture with camp founder, Randy Klingenmeyer)
QB, University of Dubuque Spartans
Voted 2016 Team Captain and MVP by teammates
IIAC All Academic, First Team
IIAC All Conference, First Team
IIAC Male Athlete of the Month
3,129 yards, 37 TDs Passing
115 yards, 2 TDs Rushing
Single game school record: 634 yards passing, 8 TD passes
QB, West High Eagles
2012 Gatorade Player of the Year
All-time AK Career Passing Leader (7,099 yds)
3 x First Team All State QB
I attended the All Alaska Football Camp in 2000 and 2001 as a QB for Chugiak HS. Looking back on it now, AFC was one of the most fun and memorable experiences of my high school football career. And now, returning to AFC as a college head coach, I have a whole new appreciation and perspective on just how unique and valuable the All Alaska Football Camp is for both high school players and coaches.
Whether you are a coach or a player, AFC is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn from more than 20 outstanding college coaches from across America. And whether you are a high school coach from a small community or a coach from a big city, AFC is an opportunity to teach, mentor, and evaluate talented football players from all across the Last Frontier.
Alaska football players face many challenges, but AFC is one clear advantage players here have over their Lower 48 counterparts. When it comes to instruction AND exposure, there is no other camp like AFC anywhere in the nation.
Jared Williamson, Head Coach, Robert Morris University, Chicago, IL