Dallas Cowboys tight end Codey McElroy was part of a high profile coaching staff that led a youth football camp in Durant on Saturday.
C4 Performance led by Sean Cooper organized a camp that brought in over 150 young football players to work on skills and drill at the Durant Multi-Sport Complex.
The free camp was an effort for C4 to give back to a community by bringing in several football players with college and pro level experience.
McElroy, a former Southeastern tight end, is a member of the Dallas Cowboys after signing there as a free agent from the L.A. Rams in the off-season.
"Coop has been big in my life," McElroy said. "He's helped me out a lot. Seeing everything he does is with the right intentions. He gives back to the community. He's giving this awesome camp for free. He called me and told me about it. I couldn't miss it."
"Our 7-on-7 program was so good with so many kids from 19 schools from this area. We wanted to give back to our community," Cooper said. "We wanted to get all the kids in this area out and just get them in one spot and tell them 'thank you' and try to give back."