Bengals linebacker and Casper native Logan Wilson strips the ball from The Ravens' Tyler Huntley as he tried to jump over the pile for a touchdown. The play lead to a fumble and touchdown for the Bengals. (NFL via Twitter)

CASPER, Wyo. — Before establishing himself as an elite linebacker in the NFL, Casper native Logan Wilson was a standout as a Natrona County Mustang. This summer, he’s returning to his hometown to host a youth football camp.

In addition to performance training, the camp will include giveaways, T-shirts, lunch and more.

The camp, scheduled for July 1, is open to children ages 8–14. The camp will last from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and will be held at Natrona County High School, 930 S. Elm St. Families can register for the camp online here.

In the 2022–23 NFL season, Wilson finished with 123 total tackles as well as an interception and a forced fumble. In the team’s AFC Wild Card game against the Baltimore Ravens, Wilson delivered possibly the biggest play of the Bengals’ season, forcing a fumble on the goal line that was returned the length of the field by teammate Sam Hubbard for a touchdown.