It's a chance for players to showcase their talent and a chance for players to feel like college freshman again.
Here's a look at the rookies arriving Sunday at St. Joesph.
The players reporting for work and ready to check into the the Missouri Western State University dorms.
While this trip is strictly business some of the rookies are finding the fun in their new living accommodations.
I am different than your average rookie. Give me a keyboard and an iPad and I'm good. I can have fun off of anything. It don't take much for me. I love myself," said Dee Ford.
"It has been awhile since I have been in a dorm but it's not too bad at all. Good thing is, I guess we won't have roommates. You don't have to worry about if your roommate snores or not, or getting into your food. But it's going to be fun. I am excited to be here. First camp, I know all the rookies are extremely excited and anxious to see what exactly is going to happen," said Aaron Murray.
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