The most comprehensive list of 2021 Summer College Football Camp Dates (as of 5.3.21)

As we approach summer of 2021 and the NCAA dead period coming to an end, we are doing our best to keep a running list of 2021 Summer College Football Camp dates. If you have additional dates to add please drop us a message at!


Bryan Bedford

CEO, Bedford Agency

20201 College Football Camp Dates

May 2: National Preps-Houston Westfield

May 22: West Georgia, Harding, Kentucky Wesleyan

May 23: National Preps DFW-Life High School, Midwestern State University, West Georgia

May 28: Hardin Simmons, Ouachita Baptist

May 29: East Texas Baptist, Henderson State

May 31: East Texas Baptist

June 1: Mercer, FIU, South Dakota, Iowa State

June 2: Stephen F. Austin, Minnesota, Marshall, Iowa State

June 3: Va Tech, Stephen F. Austin, Wisconsin, Mercer, Arkansas Tech, Missouri

June 4-6: D1 Official Visit Weekend #1

June 4: SWoSU (Westmoore HS), Va Tech, Texas Tech, Marshall, FIU, Arkansas Tech, SE Louisiana, Ole Miss, Trinity, TX (OL/DL), Northeastern Oklahoma

June 5: Junior Day Football (Ok Baptist w/ multiple schools), K-state, Central MISSOURI, Air Force, Miss State Elite, SMU (mega), Air Force, Liberty, Tulsa, Central Missouri, UAB, Trenches OL/DL Camp, Trinity, TX

June 6: Central Arkansas, Ok State, K-state, Central Missouri, Western Kentucky, Prep Zone Oklahoma, SMU (mega), Texas Tech, Wofford, Florida State (Mega), Marshall, Liberty, NW Missouri State, Arkansas, Arkansas-Monticello, Texas Tech Specialist, Arkansas State, Pitt, Wofford, Trinity, TX

June 7: OSU Elite Camp, Ga Tech, Texas Tech, Houston Baptist, Wisconsin, FIU, Liberty, Youngstown State, Auburn

June 8: Texas Tech, Miss State Elite, Marshall, Iowa State, Ole Miss

June 9: Pitt State OL/DL, Tx A&M, Iowa State, UCO, Youngstown State

June 10: Pitt State, Texas A&M, Va Tech, Texas Tech, Valdosta State, UCO Specialist (AM), UCO All (PM), Youngstown State Specialist, Auburn, Abilene Christian, South Alabama

June 11-13: D1 Official Visit Weekend #2

June 11: SWOSU (Wichita), Miss State Elite, Va Tech, SWAGU, OSU Special Teams, Valdosta State, Tulsa, Coastal Carolina + Specialist, Arkansas State, ACU (mega), Ole Miss

June 12: OU Elite, K-state, Vanderbilt. Tarleton State, FIU Specialist, Liberty, Bethel, KS, UNLV, Dixie State (w/ UTEP & Utah State), SE Louisiana, Missouri Southern

June 13: Fort Hays, Vanderbilt, Western Kentucky, Wofford, FSU, Marshall, Tulsa, Pitt + Specialist, Wofford

June 14: South Dakota State, Texas Tech, Marshall, Youngstown State, Auburn

June 15: Texas Tech, Miss State Elite, Texas A&M, Houston Baptist

June 16: Texas A&M, South Dakota, Youngstown State, Auburn Specialist

June 17: SNU, SWOSU (Tulsa), Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Arkansas

June 18-20: D1 Official Visit Weekend #3

June 18: Texas Tech, Princeton, SWAGU, Arkansas, FSU, NDSU, Coastal Carolina, ACU (Mega), Ole Miss

June 19: K-state, Colorado Mines, Air Force, Vanderbilt, Arkansas, Culver Stockton, FSU, Morehead State, Air Force, Furman, Oklahoma Baptist, NDSU, Jackson State, Pitt, ACU (Mega),

June 20: Colorado Mines, Vanderbilt, Texas Tech, Wofford, FSU, Marshall, Air Force, South Dakota, NDSU, Miami-OH, Wofford

June 21: Ga Tech, Minnesota, Arkansas State,

June 22: Marshall, Air Force

June 23: Colorado Mines, Ga Tech

June 24: SNU, Colorado Mines, Yale, South Dakota State, Ga Tech, Missouri Southern

June 25: Yale, Montana, Griffin, Tulsa, NDSU, Coastal Carolina

June 26: Yale, Princeton, Furman, Henderson State, NDSU, MIami-OH, Coastal Carolina

June 27: Wofford, Marshall, Dartmouth, NDSU, Miami-OH (Specialist), UNLV

June 28: Dartmouth

July 2: Princeton

July 8: Dartmouth

July 9: Princeton, Furman, Dartmouth

July 10: Princeton, Tarleton State, Furman, Dartmouth, Harding

July 11: Furman, Dartmouth

July 13: North Alabama

July 15: Emporia State

July 16: Princeton, North Alabama, Dartmouth

July 17: Dartmouth

July 18: Drake, Midwestern State University

July 19: NSU

July 21: NSU

July 22: Emporia State

July 23: Central Arkansas, Tarleton State, Arkansas Tech, Ouachita Baptist

July 24: Drake, Central Arkansas, Arkansas Tech, NSU, Quincy

July 25: Drake, Central Arkansas, South Dakota, Miami-OH, Northeastern Oklahoma

July 31: Minnesota, Arkansas-Monticello

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