BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – An LSU great is returning to Baton Rouge at the end of this month. Clyde Edwards-Helaire is teaming up with BREC to host the Glyde 225 Camp on Saturday, April 29, and Sunday, April 30.

The football camp is for kids between the ages of 6 and 15. The football camp is scheduled to take place at the BREC Memorial Sports Complex.

“Campers will learn skills from local high school, college and professional athletes that they can use on and off the field,” according to BREC.

Registration for the Glyde 225 Camp started on Monday, April 3. You can register for the football camp here.

“Partnering with Clyde for The Glyde 225 Camp shows the community that BREC Athletics provides and continues to give unique opportunities for youth in Athletics. BREC Athletics follows BREC’s mission by contributing to a healthier, more vibrant community and providing quality recreational experiences for all of East Baton Rouge Parish,” said Ronald Sensley, program coordinator of BREC Athletics. “Partnering with Clyde exemplifies this, because it gives area youth relatable role models. That a kid just like them can become a Super Bowl winner.”

Louisiana Youth Football, Elite Sports Academy and Oschner are all a part of this football camp.

Edwards-Helaire attended Catholic High School before making his way to LSU. It was there that the Baton Rouge native ran for over 2,100 yards and 23 touchdowns. Edwards-Helaire was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs. The Catholic High alum was a member of two teams that made the Super Bowl.