THE FRED BOHANNON FOOTBALL CAMP: History
"I can do all things through
Christ who strengthens me."
The FBFC is named after Frederick Jerome Bohannon (May 31, 1958-February 8,1999). Bohannon Played his high school football at Woodlawn High(Birmingham, AL). He later received a scholarship to attend Mississippi Valley State where he led the secondary in tackles and deflections for 3 seasons. He also played professional football with the NFL Pittsburgh Steelers and the USFL Birmingham Stallions. Shortly after his football career ended he began his career as a Birmingham Police Officer. But with football still in his veins he accepted a position as the secondary coach for the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Bohannon taught and mentored many young men as a coach and leader in his community. He touched so many lives that this camp was named in his honor so that his legacy can continue.
Saturday, June 27