Quentin Gause leaves for training camp with the Broncos next week.
On Friday, he kicked off his football season with a gift for his hometown, a free football camp in Rochester.
Over 300 kids were at McAvoy Park on Friday evening. The games were split into two groups, one for youth and one for high schoolers.
The volunteer coaches included former Section Five stars along with current and former coaches.
Cause said this camp is something his grandfather always wanted. His message to the kids was that you can succeed, no matter what profession is your dream.
“We need to be able to broadcast that live and let that be known,” said Gause. “There’s tons of athletes that can do it and there’s tons of students that can do it. To get the highest level as a doctor, as a lawyer. Whatever it takes. I just want to be able to prove, even with a football camp, I just want to let people know that it can be done.”