Sensabaugh Camp Classic returns for fourth year

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KINGSPORT, TN (WJHL) – NFL and college football players teamed up once again this year for the annual Sensabaugh Camp Classic. The program, now in its fourth year, allows kids of all ages to come out and learn the basics of football and the importance of teamwork.

The city of Kingsport also honored Coty Sensabaugh at the event and thanked him for everything he continues to do for the community.

Sensabaugh created the program and says the kids keep him coming back to Dobyns-Bennett High School every year.

“These kids man just putting a smile on their face and making a difference. It’s about giving back and passing the torch and that’s what we’re trying to do with this camp,” Sensabaugh said.

Former Dobyns-Bennett football player and current red shirt senior for Wake Forest, Ty Hayworth, was also at Saturday’s event.

“It’s a good thing Coty puts on,” he said. “I’ve been close with Coty for a long time with football and everything and every year he asks me to come back and help. I love to do it, love to help out this community and its fun to work with these kids and get sweaty a little bit,” Hayworth said.

Coty’s cousin, Gerald Sensabaugh also returned for this year’s camp, as well as Tennessee Volunteer Malik Foreman.

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