Sam Shlueter started his football career at Mayer Lutheran High School in Minnesota. He then took his talents to the University of Minnesota, where over his college career appeared in 43 games on the offensive line starting at both right and left tackle. In his junior season, Schlueter set the school record for the most passing yards (3,293) and the third most yards in school history (5,616). Due to his impressive stats he received the 2019 Offensive Trench Award. After graduation, Schlueter entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent for the San Francisco 49ers, and then joined the New York Jets practice squad in 2022. Currently, Schlueter returned to his home state to join the Minnesota Vikings after attending the rookie minicamp on a tryout basis.
Back in Minnesota and teamed up with some former teammates, Schlueter wanted to host a summer football camp at his alma mater high school, Mayer Lutheran.
Check out the highlights below!
They put on a great camp that focused on technique, competition, and mentorship. The coaches incorporated the FlipSled into the camp by allowing the athletes to work together on team flipsled sled pushes and flipsled tire flip competitions. The coaches even got in on the competition at the end of the camp to go head to head with the campers. The camp wrapped up with a Q&A between the campers and coaches. Sam and the other coaches put on a great camp experience for local high school talent, and FlipSled was excited to be a part of it.
Check out what Sam had to say about the FlipSled:
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SLED & SHED
PART OF "SPEED KILLS" SERIES
Former Ohio State Football Director of Strength and Conditioning, CEO of Plus2University, and speed guru, Eric Lichter, teaches the importance of sled work to develop a truly fast team.