The 2012 Seahawks 12th Man Tour stopped in Spokane on Saturday, and more than 150 area kids were able to learn skills from two 'Hawks players.
Seahawks defensive back Roy Lewis and wide receiver Ricardo Lockette, the Spokane Valley Seahawkers, the West Valley high school coaching staff, and the Seagals put kids ages 7-14 through various drills at Dwight Merkel Sports Complex in Spokane. It's part of the Gatorade Junior Training Camp and PLAY-60 campaign that helps get kids out and active. Lockette says he had a blast taking part.Seahawks youth skills camp in Spokane
"It's awesome man. To be able to come back and for people just to appreciate your presence and just for me to be here and see the kids and see their faces light up, it excites me, it makes me more excited for the season."
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