Aaron and Alvin Jones will take a break from the NFL summer workouts to host the second annual Jones Brothers Youth Skills Camp from July 19-20 at the Sun Bowl.

On Thursday, July 19, the camp will register local children from five years old to seventh grade, and will be held from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday's camp will take eighth graders to seniors in high school and held from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Last year's camp featured almost 1,200 participants from the local area in the two-day camp. Aaron, who hosted the first event, brought on many different UTEP football players to the first ever skills camp, such as his brother Alvin, quarterback Ryan Metz, wideout Warren Redix and more.

This year, Green Bay's Aaron Jones could try to convince some of his Green Bay Packers teammates to join the camp. Baltimore Ravens linebacker Alvin Jones will be co-hosting the event, alongside his brother.

“They’re no different from me,” Jones said last year after a successful first year at the camp. “There’s no reason I made it and they can’t. It’s about seeing someone come out of El Paso and knowing they can do the same.”

More information on the registration is coming soon on www.aaronjones33.com or www.alvinjonesjr.com.

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