Two NFL dreams.
New York Jets quarterback Tim Boyle ’13 and Tennessee Titans quarterback Will Levis ’18 were never teammates at Xavier, but on July 8 they were back on Randolph Road, coaching together, sharing their love for the game and helping the next generation of players at Boyle’s annual one-day Quarterback and Wide Receiver Camp at Larry McHugh Field.
Xavier and the game of football couldn’t ask for two better ambassadors.
Over the course of three and half hours, Boyle and his coaches, including Levis guided over 70 campers through another memorable day at Xavier. The camp, which was sponsored by Sign Pro, featured plenty of football talk, but it also had a lot more than a standard youth camp. Throughout the camp, Boyle and the other coaches shared their experiences from the game they loved. And at the end, the former Xavier QB took time for his final talk to focus on family, friends and mental health. It is not often you get one NFL QB, let alone two, at a youth camp. But it happened earlier this month. And for all those on Randolph Road — the day was about a lot more than football.
To read more about the camp and Boyle, please click here to see the story Paul Doyle wrote for Hearst Media.