Designed to focus on specific competitive cheer skills, Junior Ravens is the perfect camp for competitive cheerleaders! Participants will have the chance to perform at our annual Fireworks Night during Training Camp at M&T Bank Stadium (date TBD).
Junior Ravens is open to both teams and stunt groups. Participants must have prior cheer experience to include basic stunt technique. This camp will focus on team skills.
Bring your partner stunt group and get the most out of stunt instruction during camp*! Learn creative stunt entries, proper stunt and dismount technique, and a variety of dismounts and transitional stunts. Variations are available for all skill levels. Camp will also include instruction in cheer tumbling, dance, and competition performance.
This is your child's chance to learn what it takes to be a Baltimore Ravens Cheerleader!
The first thing I thought when Ray Lewis walked out of the tunnel Wednesday was probably not what it should have been. Something like, “Wow, it’s great to have him back!” No, my first thought was, “Holy moly, he looks hardcore!” Lewis’ facemask concealed his entire face, with five horizontal bars, 12 diagonal bars streaking across and a tinted visor. All you see is a black gaze, like a robot ready to demolish you or something. New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck has the same helmet, except without the visor – which takes it to a whole other level. Tuck’s helmet already has been nicknamed the “Shredder,” taken from the Ninja Turtles villain. So we have to give Lewis’ helmet its own name. How about the “ Rayzor ” look? Terrell Suggs has also rocked a more intense facemask this year since returning to the field. His helmet has six horizontal bars with three slightly askew bars coming down the middle. Personally, I’ve never been more fearful of the two men.