Russell Wilson holds skills camp at Northern Illinois University

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Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is hosting a skills camp at Northern Illinois University and according to Chicago Football, there are more than 450 quarterbacks.

Wilson knows Northern Illinois University athletic director Sean Frazier while Wilson played for the University of Wisconsin and Frazier was an assistant athletic director for the Badgers.

The Russell Wilson Passing Academy started on Thursday at the NIU field, and Wilson will make six more stops throughout the U.S. and Canada, helping young quarterbacks improve their skills.

The Huskies football players joined Wilson in teaching the young football players skills and technics about passing.

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