Team captain Jason Witten plans out a strategy with his coaching assistants.
Team captain Jay Ratliff chats with his coaching staff.
Also on Ratliff's team: Dez Bryant, Dalton Williams and Joseph Randle.
The entire Dallas Cowboys roster and coaching staff worked with the youth to provide football instruction and discuss important off-the-field life-skills topics.
The student-athletes were divided into eight teams, each led by a Dallas Cowboys player – Tony Romo, Brandon Carr, Jay Ratliff, DeMarcus Ware, Jason Witten, Sean Lee, Miles Austin and Doug Free.
Cowboys players coached the high school athletes in round robin 7-on-7 games, while the team’s coaching staff officiated the tournament.
Team captain Jay Ratliff discusses the game plan with his team.
WR Dwayne Harris and DE Tyrone Crawford work with their team.
Team captain DeMarcus Ware, B.W. Webb and Anthony Hargrove work with their team.
S Will Allen in the huddle with his team.
QB Kyle Orton goes through the game plan.
C Travis Frederick working with a member of his team.
Team captain Sean Lee coaches his group.
Head coach Jason Garrett watches over the day's activities.
LB Bruce Carter celebrates a touchdown with his team.
Dez Bryant, Ben Bass and Justin Durant celebrate a touchdown on the blue team.
Safety Barry Church helps coach the yellow team.
LB Cameron Lawrence celebrations a touchdown with the yellow team.
Team captain Tony Romo works with the black team.
Team captain Miles Austin calls out assignments to his team.
Miles Austin and his team celebrate a last minute touchdown to win the game.
Jason Garrett speaks with the teams to explain the rules of the playoff games.
Tony Romo and his team get ready to face off against Miles Austin's team in the Championship Game.
The other teams circle around the field to watch the Championship Game.
The black team (Romo) celebrates after beating the light blue team (Austin) in the Championship Game.
Dallas Cowboys U High School Football Camp
Cowboys U proudly supported by Paragon Healthcare and the Texas National Guard - The Dallas Cowboys hosted the 2nd annual Dallas Cowboys U high school football camp for more than 160 underserved student-athletes on Thursday.