Football season doesn't end with that last snap in December, particularly for quarterbacks looking to improve.
There's footwork, recognizing coverages, moving in the pocket, backfield fakes and aspects of the position that are as basic as gripping the ball.
It's what motivated former Atwater High football coach Mike Burrows to start "Quarterback U," a once-a-week clinic for aspiring quarterbacks.
In its second year, the camp focuses on everything a quarterback is expected to know -- from calling the play in the huddle to following through on his throwing motion.
It's designed for kids from eighth grade through high school, and is held each Sunday from 3:30-5:30 p.m. on Atwater High's artificial turf.
Sessions are $25 apiece and are held through May 16, and there is an option to buy a six-session package for $130. It's not affiliated with a school.
For more information, contact Burrows at 277-3442 or firstname.lastname@example.org.