High school football teams have been working with 7 on 7 passing leagues and summer camps.
The fun is about to end with practices in helmets and shorts starting Wednesday.
The annual Fellowship of Christian Athletes football camp in Americus serving as a final summer camp for several local schools.
Albany, Monroe, Westover and Berrien High are among the teams taking part in the 7 on 7 games and lineman workouts.
After the games, it is time for fun and inspirational speeches.
Coaches say the FCA camp will send coaches and players into the season with a great frame of mind.
Monroe head coach Charles Truitt said. "The opportunity to communicate and to participate against other teams as well as having the type of leadership we have going on out here."
Westover head coach Octavia Jones said. "It is great opportunity for us to gel together as a team. Also get that spirtual food that we need so we can earn God's favor so we can have a successful season."
Albany High head coach Felton Williams said. "It gives us an opportunity to learn there is more than life than football. With Christ as the head of our household, whatever we do we can achieve all of our goals."
The FCA Football camp ends Friday at Georgia Southwestern in Americus.