Aaron Colvin Hyping up the fans
On Saturday, Colvin added another first by hosting the inaugural Aaron Colvin Youth Football Camp at Owasso Stadium. Approximately 200 youngsters from around the area participated.
“I just wanted to teach them to have fun,” Colvin said. “I wanted to teach them to compete. It’s really a standard I’m trying to set right here in the Tulsa area.”
Colvin was a fourth-round selection by the Jaguars in the 2014 NFL draft after three seasons as a starter in the Sooners’ defensive backfield, which earned him All-Big 12 honors. A 2010 Owasso graduate, Colvin was named to the Tulsa World All-State team and was the District 6A-4 Defensive Player of the Year.
Last season, the cornerback joined the Houston Texans after spending the first four years of his NFL career with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Below you can check out his highlights and see why Oklahoma natives love his energy and what he brings back to Owasso
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