TALLAHASSEE, Fl. (WTXL) - De'Cody Fagg was a standout receiver at Shanks High in Quincy. After his career at Florida State wrapped up, Fagg wanted to give back to his hometown. This weekend, for the sixth year, he is teaming up with former teammates and area coaches for his annual De'Cody Fagg and Friends Football and Cheer Camp.
Last year, close to 350 kids came out. This year, he expects the same, and for him, the more the merrier. Fagg is just happy to help out his hometown.
"You know sometimes in the camp you'll catch me in a daze and what I'm doing is I'm sitting back looking at the field from my playing days," he said of Corry Field, which is where he played at Shanks and where the camp is held. "I remember myself playing on this field in high school. Now I'm sitting here with 300 kids at a football camp. I never expected this a day in my life. God blessed me to do it and I'm going to continue to do it as long as I'm here."
The camp is free and is for boys and girls ages 4-17. It's starts Saturday morning at 10am at Corry Field in Quincy. If you haven't registered, you can do so the morning of the camp starting at 9am.