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    Former Rock Hill High School and NFL standout Ko Simpson will hold a summer youth football camp at Nation Ford High School in Fort Mill on June 11. Other NFL players from Rock Hill will attend the "Stars of Tomorrow" camp, including Stephon Gilmore, Jadeveon Clowney, Johnathan Joseph, Jonathan Meeks, Phillip Adams and Captain Munnerlyn.

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Former Rock Hill High School and NFL standout Ko Simpson will hold a summer youth football camp at Nation Ford High School in Fort Mill on June 11. Other NFL players from Rock Hill will attend the "Stars of Tomorrow" camp, including Stephon Gilmore, Jadeveon Clowney, Johnathan Joseph, Jonathan Meeks, Phillip Adams and Captain Munnerlyn.

Want to learn from Rock Hill’s NFL stars? June 11 is your chance

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