Mike Ayers Team Camp

The Mike Ayers Team Camp is designed for teams and individuals who are looking for a way to become better football players by teaching the fundamentals of the game through individual instruction.  This camp is designed for teams and individuals who are looking for a way to become better players in the Option offense.  

 

Individual instruction available for each position:

 

Offense: QB, RB, WR, TE, and OL          Emphasis on the Triple Option with hands-on coaching from Wofford Staff.

 

 

Rates

Residential:     $300/camper (Registration Online)

Teams with 10+ campers: $280/camper (Commuter Team - $250/camper. Registration over phone)

Teams with 20+ campers: $260/camper (Commuter Team - $225/camper. Registration over phone)

Commuting:    $260/camper (Registration Online)

TEAMS OF 10 OR MORE PROSPECTS SHOULD CONTACT COACH GASPARATO PRIOR TO REGISTRATION.  HE CAN BE REACHED VIA EMAIL AT GASPARATOGA@WOFFORD.EDU OR BY PHONE AT 864.529.7461.  TEAMS OF 9 OR LESS OR IF YOU ARE REGISTERING AS AN INDIVIDUAL MAY REGISTER ONLINE.

 

 

 

 

Top Prospect Camps

The Top Prospect Camp is designed to provide participants with a day of fundamental instruction as well as skill evaluation.  We will work with each position to help you develop and become a better player.

 

Positions: ALL

Grades: Rising 9th - 12th graders

Dates:

Sunday June 4, 2017 

Friday June 9, 2017

 

Registration will be between 12:30pm and 1:00pm in the Ben Johnson Arena.

 

*All Specialists (kickers, punters, snappers) will register promptly at 11:45am and begin immediately.  Please bring your own footballs.*

 

Rates

$60 per camper

 

Additional information:

If you have any questions, please contact Greg Gasparato at gasparatoga@wofford.edu or 864-597-4103.

 

 

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Coaching Staff
NAME TITLE
Mike Ayers Head Coach
Wade Lang Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
Shiel Wood Defensive Coordinator/Recruiting Coordinator/Safeties
Greg Gasparato Special Teams Coordinator/Inside Linebackers
Freddie Brown Wide Receivers
Brian Mance Cornerbacks
Dane Romero Running Backs
Eric Nash Offensive Line
Jerome Riase Defensive Line/Run Game Coordinator
BJ Connolly Tight Ends
Jon Wheeler Outside Linebackers
Joe Lesesne Football Operations
Joel Antley Director of Football Operations
Ilir Emini Football Video Coordinator/Defensive Quality Control

 

Gibbs Stadium
Gibbs Stadium
 
Prior to the 1996 season, the Wofford football team played home games at Synder Field. The first football game was played at Synder Field in 1930, with lights installed for the 1948 season. With the move to NCAA Division I, a new football facility was a priority. Gibbs Stadium seats approximately 8,500 in grandstands, while an additional 4,500 seats are available in both endzones. The south endzone, known as the Verandah Lot, has become prime tailgating space for donors to the Terrier Club.

In 2010, Wofford College and Capturion Network installed a new LED video board at Gibbs Stadium. The new video board took the place of the original scoreboard in the north endzone. The video board is a gift from Jimmy and Marsha Gibbs.

Overall, the LED board ise 57 feet wide and 22 feet tall, making it one of the 30 largest video boards in all of college football. The overall size of the entire unit, including sound system and advertising panels, is 57 feet by 30 feet tall. The football display system uses Capturion’s newest P22 Discrete LED technology using 22mm full color LED with a 784x308 pixel matrix. The technology and its control system allows for complete flexibility in programming, operating as single giant display or divided into multiple zones (windows) to show a wide variety of statistics, information, graphics, animation, and live and recorded video. In addition to the video board, the project also includes a new sound system for Gibbs Stadium.

The press box includes two radio booths, a television booth, scoreboard control room, plus two coaches boxes. A crows nest for videographers is also provided. On the second level, the Mungo Room is a hospitality suite that is available as the President’s Box on gameday and is used throughout the year as a meeting room.

Architects for Gibbs Stadium were McMillan, Smith and Partners, while M.B. Kahn Construction was the general contractor. The overall budget for the project was approximately $4.5 million.

The facility was made possible with a gift from the Gibbs Foundation, along with support from federal economic development grants and Spartanburg County School District 7. Gibbs Stadium is the home of Wofford football, along with Spartanburg High School football. During the summer the facility has been used by the Carolina Panthers for training camp.