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Mason Rudolph helps out at Manning Passing Academy

Oklahoma State’s QB1 was a counselor at the annual quarterback camp

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This past weekend, Mason Rudolph finished up his third-straight Manning Passing Academy as a counselor.

Rudolph thanked the Manning family in an Instagram post:

This was the camp’s 22nd year being ran by Peyton, Archie and Eli Manning. Taking place over four days at Nicholls State University, the camp caters to young players at the skill positions (QB, RB, TE, WR) giving them a chance to learn “the fundamentals, techniques, skills, motivation and sportsmanship necessary for success” from the some of the football’s biggest name players.

These lucky kids got taught by some major talent.

The best players in college football make the cut to be counselors. Serving alongside Rudolph as counselors this year were Texas’ Shane Buchele, teammate at OSU Jalen McClesky, the University of Alabama’s Jalen Hurts and other skill players from across college football.

Rudolph isn’t the first Cowboy QB to serve as a Manning camp counselor. Brandon Weeden worked the camp back in 2011.

Rudolph has big expectations going into his senior season. He enters the season as one of the best returning passers in the country, including top six among active FBS quarterbacks in career passing yards (8,714) and touchdown-to-interception ratio (55-17).

With a Heisman campaign already underway, and being considered one-half of one of the best QB-Wide Receiver duos in college football, Rudolph is expected to end his four years at Oklahoma State with a bang!