Former USC running back Marcus Lattimore recently hosted a youth camp at Carolina Forest High School in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Roughly a number between 80 and 90 children showed up to the camp, many of which got some good one on one time with Lattimore to work on their football skills and drills. The 2010 SN Freshman of the Year felt that since football is a real passion of his and something that he could offer to the community, that this would be the best way that he could interact with some local children. Before the end of the camp, Lattimore made sure that all the participants knew that hard work and being around positive influences was something that they should surround themselves with for success.
The Duncan, South Carolina native started playing football as a teenager while he attended James F. Byrnes High School, and then went on to enroll at the University of Carolina where he played for two years before entering the 2013 NFL Draft and was chosen by the San Francisco 49ers in the 4th round. However, by November 2014, Lattimore decided to retire from professional football to pursue other career options, as he had been on the injured list for quite some time.
Lattimore hosted a youth football camp in the town of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina as a way to connect with the local kids and interact with them on a one on one basis. It was a lot of fun for all the kids who participated and hopefully he will be back to do it again next year.
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