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Upshaw, Jernigan hold youth camp in Eufaula

EUFAULA, AL (WSFA) -

Two of the best to ever play at Eufaula High school returned home to hold a youth football camp.

Former Alabama and current Baltimore Ravens linebacker Courtney Upshaw teamed up with former Troy and current New York Giant receiver Jerrel Jernigan for the first time event.

More than 300 kids packed Tiger Stadium in Eufaula to learn from the NFL stars.

Upshaw and Jernigan are good guys to take a few tips from.

Upshaw is entering his third season with the Ravens. Jernigan is going on year four with the Giants.

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