Former Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph and Academy Sports + Outdoors are teaming up to make a difference in the local community.
Per the Oklahoman’s Nathan Ruiz, Rudolph and the sporting goods retailer are teaming up to provide shopping sprees for 10 children in the Stillwater, Okla., area ahead of Rudolph’s upcoming football camp.
The shopping spree is set to take place on Friday with each of the 10 children receiving a $100 gift card to Academy Sports + Outdoors. Rudolph will reportedly join the children at the store as they pick apparel and equipment for the camp. The camp is set to take place this weekend at the Sherman E. Smith Training Center in Stillwater.
Those 10 lucky children will also receive free admission to the camp, per the report.
Rudolph, who played at Oklahoma State from 2014-17, finished his tenure with the Cowboys as the team’s all-time leader in passing yards. He passed for 13,618 yards across four seasons in Stillwater, including an FBS-best 4,904 yards in 2017, and led the Cowboys to three straight 10-win campaigns from 2015-17.
With the NFL draft less than a month away, Rudolph’s time left in the Stillwater community is limited for now. But the 2017 Johnny Unitas Award winner isn’t leaving for the pros without one more good deed.
Rudolph’s camp will take place from 8 a.m. to noon CT on Saturday, April 14 and is open to children ages 6-16. The registration cost for the camp in $75, per Ruiz.