BEVERLY HILLS, Mich. (WJBK) - Michigan State alum and Chicago Bears wide receiver Bennie Fowler held a youth football camp at his alma mater Detroit Country Day High School on Saturday.
"It's so important to give back," Fowler said. "It means a lot to me."
Nearly 100 kids attended the inaugural camp which benefits the Troy Cowboys football program.
"The reason I went to Michigan State was because it's a family," former Michigan State basketball star Draymond Green said. "A Spartan is a Spartan, we stick together...it's relationships that's been built that will last a lifetime."
The camp included kids that ranged from 5-14 years old from the Detroit area and other MSU alums and NFL players there were Darqueze Dennard, Tony Lippett, Aaron Burbridge, Shilique Calhoun, Kapri Bibbs, Allen Robinson, Connor Cook & Demaryius Thomas.
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