A handful of Kentucky Wildcats returned to play football under Friday Night Lights. Instead of putting on pads, they served as coaches at a local football camp.
Benny Snell, Josh Allen, Kash Daniel and Darius West spent last night working with kids at Lexington’s Frederick Douglass High School. The Wildcats got connected with the Broncos through Brian Landis, the high school’s head football coach that served on Mark Stoops’ quality control staff in 2016.
Kentucky’s record-setting running back wasn’t afraid to get in the middle of the pack and show the kids who’s boss.
For Snell and Daniel, it did not take much to convince them to pitch in and help. They remember being kids and wished they had an opportunity to play football with college stars.
Benny Snell, Kash Daniel, Josh Allen and Darius West were among some current Cats who helped out at Frederick Douglass' Friday Night Lights Camp. Take a look and hear from Snell and Kash on why giving back is such a big deal to them: pic.twitter.com/UzlVoY00nB
— ABC 36 News (@ABC36News) June 23, 2018
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