Youngsters flocked to Dacula High School this week for the Alex Armah Dacula All-Pro Football Camp, giving them a chance to work with an NFL player.
Armah, a 2013 Dacula grad, worked with his friends and Dacula coaches on his youth camp, which benefited the Falcons' high school football program. The campers went through drills and got instruction from the staff, as well as advice and autographs from the star attraction.
Armah is a fullback for the New Orleans Saints, who signed him as a free agent in the offseason.
The 27-year-old entered the league as a sixth-round draft pick of the Carolina Panthers, playing his first four NFL seasons in Charlotte.
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