Kevin Hardy with football players at Harrison High School
EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) -
Harrison High School is continuing its efforts to build up its football program and now they're getting help from a pro.
Former NFL player and Harrison alum Kevin Hardy donated $10,000 to buy new equipment for a new Harrison youth league.
The youth league will act as a feeder that the coaches hope will help beef up the high school team in the coming years.
Hardy is also spending time helping coach kids at the Harrison summer football camps.
The league is still in an open registration period. High school coach Cory Brunson says the $110 registration fee covers the entire season. Parents will not be required to work concessions or do any other work for the team.