GREENWOOD (KFSM)- Sunday almost 100 football players, grades 4th-12th, came out to Greenwood high school to participate in former Hog Tyler Wilson's annual camp.
Tyler Wilson was a quarterback for Arkansas from 2008-2012 and went on to play for three different NFL teams. But, before the collegiate and professional career Wilson was a quarterback at Greenwood high school. Coming back to where it all started for him is important to Wilson.
"I always thought it was important to stay local," said Wilson on why he chose Greenwood as the location. "It's something we look forward to it's a lot of work it's a lot of effort putting it on."
The camp goers had a lot of help from not only professional football players, but also current Razorbacks. From Arkansas players such as offensive lineman Dan Skipper, running back Rawleigh Wiliams, wide receiver Dominique Scott, and wide receiver Drew Morgan were there to coach players.
Like Tyler Wilson Arkansas' Drew Morgan went form being a Bulldog to a Razorback, and for the wide receiver he in joys stepping into the player position to help the next generation of players.
"Giving back it's incredible," said Morgan on helping with the camp. "Knowing what you come from and the background that you have and your experience, and you're going to help these kids out on a level that they won't get a second or third chance to get."