SPOKANE, Wash. -

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson brought his Passing Academy to Spokane for a two-day camp starting Monday.

The second-year pro autographed each campers t-shirt before getting started, and was then hands-on, front and center for the rest of the day.

Around 150 youngsters ranging in ages from 9-17 participated in the camp at Merkel Sports Complex. 

Helping Wilson out with the coaching were twenty Eastern Washington University players, including quarterback Vernon Adams.

The camp, which has made stops in North Carolina, Virginia and Wisconsin, wraps up from Spokane on Tuesday.