Fullerton Football Youth Camp
11 Years of Service
      At Fullerton Football Youth Camp we believe that FOCUS, ATTITUDE and RESPECT will take you F.A.R.  With supreme Focus you can achieve your goals. With the proper Attitude, you can create the opportunity of a lifetime.  And by giving and earning Respect, the world is in the palm of your hand. Here at FFYC we strive to instill the values that will help campers achieve their goals, no matter what they may be. Promoting a healthy lifestyle and a strong work ethic are our keys to success and this program is lead by coaches and teachers who live the winning formula of F.A.R.
      This will be our 11th year hosting a football camp at Fullerton Union High School.  We are honored to be able to provide an environment and an opportunity for kids, ages 7-13, to come and learn the skills required to play the game of football.  We teach our campers about our core values of discipline, hard work, team work, and perseverance.  
        Our camp spans over three days.  Over that time we split our campers into two groups, according to age and experience, so that we can give adequate and age appropriate attention to every individual.  With this system, we can develop drills and activities that are beneficial and effective. We have created drills that we believe develop confidence, poise, and accountability. We also teach children about the rules of the game of football and the varying positions that make up a team.  We emphasize the definition of "team" and talk a good deal about what it means to be a good teammate. The final day of the camp  is for both our campers and their parents and any sponsors or donors who would like to drop in.  Each camper receives recognition, has the opporunity to take photos with coaches and friends and can also get autographs from both of the NFL players who are heavily involved in the camp, Daniel and Darren Fells. The day is then closed by relaxing in the swimming pool.
       Over the years, we have been honored to have alumni of Fullerton High School return to volunteer their time and energy towards this great program.  We have also had many sponsors and donors get involved and without their time, effort and support we would not be able to make this camp such a success.  Whether you are a donor, a sponsor or a camper, we look forward to having you join the team as well and are grateful for your participation. 
Meet Our Pros
  1. Daniel Fells
    New York Giants (10th yr) Pro Career: - In 2014, Fells played in 16 games with 12 starts for the NY Giants… Finished with 16 catches for 188 yards (11.8 yd avg) and scored a career high 4 touchdowns - In 2013, did not play - In 2012, played in 13 games with 4 starts for New England. Caught 4 passes for 85 yards (21.3-yard avg.) - In 2011, played in 16 games with a career-high 15 starts of Denver…Finished with 19 catches for 256 yards (13.5-yard avg.) and tied a career-high with 3 touchdowns - In 2010, played in all 16 games for the 1st time in his career with 6 starts for St. Louis…Had career-high totals of 41 receptions for 391 yards and scored 2 touchdowns…Was 1 of 9 nine NFL tight ends to catch a ball in every game - In 2009, played in 14 games with 4 starts…Totaled 21 catches for 273 yards (13.0-yard avg.) and 3 touchdowns - In 2008, began the season on Tampa Bay’s practice squad before seeing his 1st regular-season action with St. Louis…Played in 12 games with 1 start…Finished with 7 receptions for 81 yards - In 2007, spent the season on Oakland’s practice squad. - In 2006, made Atlanta’s 53-man roster as a rookie free agent, but was inactive for all 16 games College: - Studied at UC Davis and earned a Bachelors Degree in Communications with a Minor in African American Studies - Fells was a 3 year starter for the Aggies. Earning 1st-team All-Great West Conference honors after posting 35 receptions for 520 yards (14.9 yard avg.) and 1 touchdown as a junior…Won the team’s T. Palmer Moody Award, awarded to the most outstanding sophomore. High School: - Earned All-Freeway League honors in football, basketball and baseball as a senior at Fullerton Union High School
  2. Darren Fells
    Arizona Cardinals (3rd yr) Pro Career: In 2014, Fells played in 10 games with 5 starts for Arizona. Caught 5 passes for 71 yards (14.2 yd avg). Recorded his first career touchdown in the post season match up against Carolina. - In 2013, signed to the Cardinals practice squad. Pro Basketball Career: - In the 2008-09 season for Belgium Division I team Leuven Bears, Fells averaged 9.3 points, 4.9 rebounds, and 1.5 assists in 33 games. - In 2009–10 season, Fells averaged 8.1 points and 4.7 rebounds for the Bears. - In the 2010–11 season, Fells played for Kataja Basket Club of the Finnish Korisliiga. In 55 games, Fells averaged 13.8 points and 8.3 rebounds. - In 2011-12, after a three-game stint with Étendard de Brest of French LNB Pro B, Fells played 25 games for Soles de Mexicali of the Mexican Liga Nacional de Baloncesto Profesional. He averaged 13.5 points and 7.5 rebounds. After the LNBP season ended, Fells played 9 games for Obras Sanitarias of the Argentine Liga Nacional de Basquet from March to April 2012 and averaged 6.9 points and 4.7 rebounds. College: - Studied at UC Irvine and earned a Bachelors Degree in Sociology - Did not play college football … played college basketball as a power forward at UC Irvine, appearing in 123 games and averaging 10.2 points and 6.3 rebounds per game - He earned second-team All-Big West honors as a senior after earning All-Big West honorable mention during his sophomore and junior season High School: - Fells was named first team All-CIF Southern Section II-A, MVP of the Freeway League and was a first team all-league selection, and was an All-State tight end in football
The Fells Brothers are proud to return to their alma mater each year to promote and run the FFYC. They take tremendous pride in taking a hands on approach with the campers and hope to inspire each one to work hard and strive for success.