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Hayden Hood (LS) Texas Tech
Kaghen Roach (DL) Army
Cole Parrott (DL) Northern Colorado
Hunter May (DL) Tennessee-Martin
Austin Ertl (DL) Miami Ohio
DeOnte Washington (DL) Colorado State
Kyle Atkinson (DL) Minnesota
Bryce Nelms (DL) Pitt
Etinosa Reuben (DL) Clemson
Michael Henderson (LB) Southeastern Louisiana
Bryce Mullenix (LB) Army
Gianni Rizzo (LB) Youngstown State
Jamey Deckard (LB) Butler
Christian Hastings (LB) Indiana State
Maurio Goings (LB) Delaware State
Carson Stokes (LB) Utah
Chance Cover (LB) Texas Tech
Matthew Wedig (LB) Illinois State
Bershard Glaspie (LB) Tulsa
Haley Bucholz (DB) North Dakota
Khambrail Winters (DB) Texas State
William Savala (DB) Grambling State
Bobby Holmes (DB) Louisiana-Lafayette
Myles Talley (DB) Pitt
Jonathan McGill (DB) Stanford
Kyler Fisher (DB) Iowa
Aaron Sells (DB) Lamar
Justin Harris (DB) Vanderbilt
Myles Mass (DB) Texas
Joey Lombard (OL) South Dakota
Lucas Child (OL) Utah
Max Howell (OL) East Tennessee State
David Sawyer (OL) Columbia
Matthew Needham (OL) Tennessee-Martin
Will McDonald (OL) Coastal Carolina
Sonny Makasini (OL) Utah State
Jay Amburgey (OL) Ohio
Ben Hoitink (OL) Penn
Kellen Adler (OL) Bowling Green
Trevor Stange (OL) Kansas State
Michael McNicholas (OL) Kent State
Ben Mason (OL) SMU
Jacob Golden (OL) Boise State
Hunter Hill (OL) Washington State
Matthew Bedford (OL) Indiana
Layden Robinson (OL) Texas A&M
Mark Rumpke (OL) Dayton
Clayton Ingram (OL) Northern Arizona
Preston Wilson (OL) Oklahoma State
Marcus Alexander (OL) Oklahoma
Christian Helms (WR) South Florida
Parker Alford (WR) Texas
T.Q. Jackson (WR) Arkansas
Xavier Mason (WR) Sacramento State
Shea Whiting (WR) Boise State
Traevon Kenion (WR) South Carolina
Juwaun Price (RB) New Mexico State
Tyler Brown (RB) Air Force
Marcus Robinson-Jenkins (RB) Navy
T.J. McDaniel (RB) SMU
Garrison Johnson (RB) Syracuse
Caleb Gerber (RB) Air Force
Braedon Wissler (RB) Utah
Deondrick Glass (RB) Oklahoma State
Chris Butash (QB) Holy Cross
Jacob Knight (QB) James Madison
Cade Bartlett (QB) McNeese State
Malik Richardson (QB) Western Carolina
Zach Daniel (QB) Hawaii
Velton Gardner (QB) Kansas
Sean Simms (QB) Navy
Cooper Legas (QB) Utah State
Grayson McCall (QB) Coastal Carolina
Keegan Shoemaker (QB) Lafayette
T.J. Goodwin (QB) UTEP
Cameron Jones (QB) Cincinnati

Blue-Grey Coaches

Gus Bell

Gus Bell

  • Co-founder of Blue-Grey Events Inc. with son Erik Bell
  • Creator of Blue-Grey All-American Combine (Regional and Super levels)
  • Mastermind behind the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl
  • Former NFL agent and NFL contract adviser (1990-98)
  • Founder of Regional Professional Spring Football League (1998-2001)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Southeastern Louisiana University
  • Participated in the U.S. Marine Toys for Tots Bowl (1964)
  • Army Recon Platoon Leader (1966-68)
  • Received Silver Star, Bronze Star and two Purple Hearts
Mark McMillian

Mark McMillian

  • Eight-year NFL veteran and drafted by Philadelphia Eagles (1992)
  • Also played for Kansas City Chiefs and tied NFL lead with eight interceptions (1997)
  • Finished career with New Orleans Saints, Washington Redskins and San Francisco 49ers
  • Selected as a member of the All-Madden Team (1993)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Alabama
  • Crimson Tide record-holder with 98-yard interception return for touchdown (1991)
  • Product of Glendale Junior College (CA) and named All-American (1989)
  • Graduate of Kennedy High (CA)
  • Founder of Camp29 (est. 2012)
George Teague

George Teague

  • Nine-year NFL veteran and drafted by Green Bay Packers (1993)
  • Selected in first round, the No. 29 player overall
  • Also played with Green Bay Packers and Miami Dolphins
  • Earned nickname Defender of the Star with Dallas Cowboys (2000)
  • Finished professional career with 15 interceptions and two touchdowns
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Alabama
  • Won National Championship with Crimson Tide (1992)
  • Graduate of Davis High (AL)
Arlen Harris

Arlen Harris

  • Six-year NFL veteran and first signed by St. Louis Rams (2003)
  • Also played for Detroit Lions and Atlanta Falcons
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Virginia
  • Paradise Senior Bowl MVP (2002)
  • Graduate of Downingtown High (PA)
  • USA Today All-American (1997)
  • Big 33 All-Star Game MVP (1998)
  • Founder of Run It Performance (est. 2011)
Randall Cunningham

Randall Cunningham

  • 16-year NFL veteran and drafted by Philadelphia Eagles (1985)
  • Selected in second round, the No. 37 player overall
  • Also played for Minnesota Vikings and Dallas Cowboys
  • Ended career with Baltimore Ravens
  • Four-time selection to Pro Bowl and four-time selection as All-Pro
  • NFL Comeback Player of the Year (1992)
  • Member of Eagles’ Hall of Fame and 75th Anniversary Team
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at UNLV
  • Graduate of Santa Barbara High (CA)
Troy Brown

Troy Brown

  • 15-year NFL veteran and drafted by New England Patriots (1993)
  • Selected in eighth round, the No. 198 player overall
  • Super Bowl Champion XXXVI, XXXVIII and XXXIX (2000, 2003 and 2004)
  • Pro-Bowl Selection and All-Pro Selection (2001)
  • Inducted to Patriots’ Hall of Fame (2012)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Marshall
  • NCAA record-holder for kickoff return average (29.69 per attempt)
  • Inducted to College Football Hall of Fame (2010)
  • Graduate of Blackville-Hilda High (SC)
Mike Alstott

Mike Alstott

  • 12-year NFL veteran and drafted by Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1996)
  • Selected in second round, the No. 35 player overall
  • Won Super Bowl XXVII with Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2002)
  • Six-time selection to Pro Bowl and three-time selection as All-Pro
  • Inducted to Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ring of Honor (2015)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Purdue
  • First-Team All-Big Ten Conference (1995)
  • Inducted to Boilermakers’ Athletic Hall of Fame (2006)
  • Graduate of Joliet Catholic High (IL)
Brian Dawkins

Brian Dawkins

  • 16-year NFL veteran and drafted by Philadelphia Eagles (1996)
  • Nine-time selection to Pro Bowl and six-time selection as All-Pro
  • Also played for Denver Broncos
  • Inducted to NFL Hall of Fame (2018)
  • Member of NFL All-Decade Team (2000)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Clemson
  • Inducted to Tigers’ Athletic Hall of Fame (2009)
  • Graduate of Raines High (FL)
  • NFL Analyst for ESPN (2014-2017)
Ricky Proehl

Ricky Proehl

  • 17-year NFL veteran and drafted by Phoenix Cardinals (1990)
  • Selected in third round, No. 58 player overall
  • Also played for Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears and St. Louis Rams
  • Finished career with Carolina Panthers and Indianapolis Colts
  • Super Bowl Champion XXIV and XLI (1999 and 2006)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Wake Forest
  • Graduate of Hillsborough High (NJ)
  • Carolina Panthers Offensive Assistant Coach (2011-2012)
  • Carolina Panthers Wide Receivers Coach (2013-2017)
Ray Crockett

Ray Crockett

  • 14-year NFL veteran and drafted by Detroit Lions (1989)
  • Selected in fourth round, the No. 86 player overall
  • Also played for Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs
  • Super Bowl Champion XXXII and XXXIII (1997 and 1998)
  • Three-time selection to Pro Bowl and once named as All-Pro
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Baylor
  • Inducted to Bears’ Athletic Hall of Fame (2008)
  • Graduate of Duncanville High (TX)
Lorenzo Neal

Lorenzo Neal

  • 17-year NFL veteran and drafted by New Orleans Saints (1993)
  • Selected in fourth round, the No. 89 player overall
  • Also played for Tennessee Titans and San Diego Chargers
  • Finished career with Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens
  • Four-time selection to Pro Bowl and two-time selection as All-Pro
  • Member of NFL All-Decade Team (2000)
  • Won AFC Championship with Titans (1999)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Fresno State
  • Graduate of Lemoore High (CA)
Byron Evans

Byron Evans

  • Eight-year NFL veteran and drafted by Philadelphia Eagles (1987)
  • Selected in fourth round, the No. 93 player overall
  • Eagles Defensive Team Captain (1988)
  • Second-Team All-NFL (1990 and 1992)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Arizona
  • Pac-10 Conference Defensive Player of the Year (1986)
  • First-Team All-Pac-10 Conference (1985)
  • Graduate of South Mountain High (AZ)
Larry Centers

Larry Centers

  • 14-year NFL veteran and drafted by Phoenix Cardinals (1990)
  • Selected in fifth round, the No. 115 player overall
  • Also played for Washington Redskins and Buffalo Bills
  • Ended career with New England Patriots and won Super Bowl XXVIII (2003)
  • NFL record-holder for running back catches (827) and receiving yards (6,797)
  • Three-time selection to Pro-Bowl and once named as All-Pro
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Stephen F. Austin
  • Graduate of Tatum High (TX)
John Copeland

John Copeland

  • Nine-year veteran and drafted by Cincinnati Bengals (1993)
  • Selected in first round, the No. 5 player overall
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Alabama
  • Won National Championship with Crimson Tide (1992)
  • Consensus First-Team All-American (1992)
  • First-Team All-SEC (1991)
  • Second-Team All-SEC (1990)
  • Product of Hinds Junior College (MS)
  • Graduate of Valley High (AL)
Eric Allen

Eric Allen

  • 14-year veteran and drafted by Philadelphia Eagles (1988)
  • Selected in second round, the No. 20 player overall
  • Also played for New Orleans Saints and Oakland Raiders
  • Six-time selection to Pro Bowl and one-time selection as All-Pro
  • Member of Eagles’ Hall of Fame and 75th Anniversary Team
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Arizona State
  • First-Team All-Pac-10 Conference (1987)
  • Graduate of Point Loma High (CA)
  • NFL Analyst for ESPN (2002-2006)
Tony Banks

Tony Banks

  • 10-year NFL veteran and drafted by St. Louis Rams (1996)
  • Selected in second round, the No. 42 player overall
  • Also played for Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins and Houston Texans
  • Won Super Bowl XXXV with Baltimore Ravens (2001)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Michigan State
  • Product of San Diego Mesa College (CA)
  • Graduate of Hoover High (CA)
  • Football reporter for Big Ten Network (2011-2018)
Tony Casillas

Tony Casillas

  • 12-year veteran and drafted by Atlanta Falcons (1986)
  • Selected in first round, the No. 2 player overall
  • Also played for Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs and New York Jets
  • Super Bowl Champion XXVII and XXVIII (1992 and 1993)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Oklahoma
  • Won National Championship with Sooners (1985)
  • Consensus First-Team All-American (1985)
  • Winner of prestigious Lombardi Award (1985)
  • Graduate of East Central High (OK)
Cosey Coleman

Cosey Coleman

  • Seven-year NFL veteran and drafted by Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2000)
  • Selected in second round, the No. 51 player overall
  • Also played for Cleveland Browns
  • Won Super Bowl XXXII with Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2002)
  • Earned a football scholarship and played at Tennessee
  • Consensus First-Team All-American (1999)
  • First-Team All-SEC Selection (1998)
  • Graduate of Southwest DeKalb High (GA)
  • USA Today All-American (1996)
Antonio Langham

Antonio Langham

  • Seven-year veteran and drafted by Cleveland Browns (1994)
  • Selected in first round, the No. 9 player overall
  • Also played for Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers
  • Finished career with New England Patriots
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Alabama
  • Won National Championship with Crimson Tide (1992)
  • Consensus First-Team All-American (1993)
  • Winner of prestigious Jim Thorpe Award (1993)
  • Graduate of Hazlewood High (AL)
Fred Barnett

Fred Barnett

  • Eight-year veteran and drafted by Philadelphia Eagles (1990)
  • Selected in third round, the No. 70 player overall
  • Also played for Miami Dolphins
  • One-time selection to Pro Bowl
  • Ranks among Eagles Top 10 all-time in receptions and yardage
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Arkansas State
  • First-Team All-Southland Conference (1989)
  • Second-Team All-Southland Conference (1988)
  • Graduate of Gunnison High (MS)
Tim Crowder

Tim Crowder

  • Five-year veteran and drafted by Denver Broncos (2007)
  • Selected in second round, the No. 56 player overall
  • Also played for Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Texas
  • Won National Championship with Longhorns (2005)
  • First-Team All-Big 12 Conference (2005)
  • Second-Team All-Big 12 Conference (2004)
  • Graduate of John Tyler High (TX)
  • Founder of Nuclear Athletes (est. 2016)
Michael Myers

Michael Myers

  • 11-year veteran and drafted by Dallas Cowboys (1998)
  • Selected in fourth round, the No. 100 player overall
  • Also played for Cleveland Browns and Denver Broncos
  • Finished career with Cincinnati Bengals
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Alabama
  • First-Team All-SEC (1996)
  • Product of Hinds Junior College (MS)
  • Two-Time Junior College All-American (1994 and 1995)
  • Graduate of Vicksburg High (MS)
Barry Foster

Barry Foster

  • Five-year NFL veteran and drafted by Pittsburgh Steelers (1990)
  • Selected in fifth round, the No. 128 player overall
  • Two-time selection to Pro Bowl (1992 and 1993)
  • Selected as team MVP for Steelers (1992)
  • Held Steelers record for rushing yards, 1,690 in a season (1992)
  • Tied NFL record for for rushing touchdowns, 11, in a season (1992)
  • Running Back Coach for Rhein Fire in NFL Europe (2003)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Arkansas
  • Graduate of Duncanville High (TX)
Eric Curry

Eric Curry

  • Eight-year NFL veteran and drafted by Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1993)
  • Selected in first round, the No. 6 player overall
  • Also played for Jacksonville Jaguars
  • First-Team All-Rookie Selection (1993)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Alabama
  • Won National Championship with Crimson Tide (1992)
  • Consensus First-Team All-American (1992)
  • Graduate of Thomasville High (GA)
Ernest Jones

Ernest Jones

  • Six-year NFL veteran and drafted by Los Angeles Rams (1994)
  • Selected in third round, the No. 100 player overall
  • Also played for New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers
  • Won Super Bowl XXXII with Denver Broncos (1998)
  • Earned a football scholarship and played at Oregon
  • Pac-10 Conference Second-Team Selection (1993)
  • Pac-10 Conference Honorable Mention (1992)
  • Graduate of Utica High (NY)
  • All-Upstate New York Selection (1987)
Earnest Graham

Earnest Graham

  • Eight-year NFL veteran and first signed by Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2003)
  • Started for Buccaneers and scored two touchdowns in new role (2007)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Florida
  • Second-Team All-SEC (2001)
  • Won an SEC Championship (2000)
  • Earned a spot on SEC All-Freshman Team (1999)
  • Graduate of Mariner High (FL)
  • Parade Magazine All-American (1997)
J.J. McCleskey

J.J. McCleskey

  • Eight-year NFL veteran and first signed by New Orleans Saints (1994)
  • Also played for Arizona Cardinals
  • Named to Saints’ Specialist All-Decade Team (1990’s)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Tennessee
  • First walk-on to be named Volunteers’ Team Captain (1992)
  • Received award as Volunteers’ MVP (1992)
  • Graduate of Karns High (TN)
  • Founder of Mental Edge Sports (est. 2012)
Ken Stills

Ken Stills

  • Six-year NFL veteran and drafted by Green Bay Packers (1985)
  • Selected in eighth round, the No. 209 player overall
  • Also played for Minnesota Vikings
  • NFL Europe Defensive Back Coach for Frankfurt Galaxy (2003-07)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Wisconsin
  • First-Team All-Big Ten Conference (1985)
  • Product of El Camino Junior College (CA)
  • Graduate of El Camino High (CA)
Jerry Wunsch

Jerry Wunsch

  • Eight-year NFL veteran and drafted by Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1997)
  • Selected in second round, the No. 37 player overall
  • Also played for Seattle Seahawks
  • Earned a football scholarship and played at Wisconsin
  • Consensus Second-Team All-American (1996)
  • First-Team All-Big 10 Conference (1996)
  • Graduate of Wausau West High (WI)
  • Co-founder of We Believe In Me Foundation (est. 2014)
Sean Salisbury

Sean Salisbury

  • Eight-year NFL veteran and first signed by Seattle Seahawks (1986)
  • Also played for Minnesota Vikings and San Diego Chargers
  • Two-year CFL veteran and won Grey Cup with Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1988)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at USC
  • Graduate of Orange Glen High (CA)
  • Host of Sean Salisbury Show on IHeart Radio’s Sports Talk 790
  • NFL Analyst for ESPN (1996-2008)
  • Founder of Let It Rip Quarterback Academy (est. 2014)
Chuck Darby

Chuck Darby

  • Nine-year NFL veteran and first signed with Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2001)
  • Also played for Seattle Seahawks and Detroit Lions
  • Won Super Bowl XXVII with Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2002)
  • Played in Super Bowl XL with Seattle Seahawks (2005)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at South Carolina State
  • First-Team Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (2000)
  • Graduate of North High (SC)
  • All-South Carolina Selection (1993)
Na’il Diggs

Na’il Diggs

  • 12-year NFL veteran and drafted by Green Bay Packers (2000)
  • Selected in fourth round, the No. 98 player overall
  • Also played for Carolina Panthers and St. Louis Rams
  • Finished career with San Diego Chargers
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Ohio State
  • Graduate of Dorsey High (CA)
  • Worked for NFL Films Broadcast Boot Camp (2013)
  • NFL Analyst for NBC Sports (2014-2018)
Greg Jones

Greg Jones

  • 11-year NFL veteran and drafted by Jacksonville Jaguars (2004)
  • Selected in second round, the No. 55 player overall
  • Also played with Houston Texans and New Orleans Saints
  • Named as an alternate for Pro Bowl (2007)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Florida State
  • Second-Team All-ACC (2002)
  • Graduate of Battery Creek High (SC)
  • All-South Carolina Selection (1999)
Tevita Ofahengaue

Tevita Ofahengaue

  • Two-year NFL veteran and drafted by Arizona Cardinals (2001)
  • Selected in seventh round, the No. 246 player overall
  • Also played for Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Made national headlines after being named Mr. Irrelevant (2001)
  • Ofahengaue Rule instituted on his charitable behalf (2001)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at BYU
  • Graduate of Kahuku High (HI)
  • Polynesian Prep Athlete of the Year (1993)
  • Board member of AIGA Foundation (2011-2017)
Mike Bartrum

Mike Bartrum

  • 13-year NFL veteran and signed by Kansas City Chiefs (1993)
  • Also played for Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots
  • Ended career after six-year stint with Philadelphia Eagles
  • Earned a selection to Pro Bowl (2005)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Marshall
  • First-Team All-Southern Conference (1992)
  • Inducted to Thundering Herd’s Athletic Hall of Fame (2007)
  • Graduate of Meigs High (OH)
Nate Turner

Nate Turner

  • Four-year NFL veteran and drafted by Buffalo Bills (1992)
  • Selected in sixth round, the No. 167 player overall
  • Also played for Carolina Panthers
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Nebraska
  • Consensus Third-Team All-American (1991)
  • Graduate of Mt. Carmel High (IL)
  • USA Today All-American (1987)
Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor

  • Six-year NFL veteran and first signed by Houston Texans (2006)
  • Also played for New England Patriots and New Orleans Saints
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Indiana
  • Three-year starter and one-time captain for Hoosiers
  • Second-Team All-Big 10 Conference (2005)
  • Graduate of Cordovia High (TN)
  • NFL Analyst for ESPN Radio (2015-2018)
  • Founder of SoSportz Inc. (est. 2014)
Tom Clayton

Tom Clayton

  • Six-year NFL veteran and drafted by San Francisco 49ers (2007)
  • Selected in sixth round, the No. 186 player overall
  • Also played for Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals
  • Secured football scholarship and played at Florida State
  • Transferred and secured a football scholarship at Kansas State
  • Participated in the Senior Bowl (2006)
  • Graduate of Mount Vernon High (VA)
  • USA Today All-American (2001)
Darick Holmes

Darick Holmes

  • Six-year NFL veteran and drafted by Buffalo Bills (1995)
  • Selected in seventh round, the No. 244 player overall
  • Also played for Green Bay Packers and Indianapolis Colts
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Portland State
  • NCAA Division II Consensus First-Team All-American (1994)
  • Graduate of Muir High (CA)
  • Founder of NFL Skills Camps (est. 2009)
  • Founder of The ProWay Training (est . 2013)
Aaron Harris

Aaron Harris

  • Two-year NFL veteran and first signed by Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2000)
  • Two-year NFL Europe veteran with Berlin Thunder
  • Assistant coach at Delaware (2008-2009)
  • Assistant coach at Tennessee-Chattanooga (2007)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Penn State
  • Three-year team captain for Nittany Lions under Joe Paterno
  • Participated in the Hula Bowl (1999)
  • Graduate of Downingtown High (PA)
Sheldon Jackson

Sheldon Jackson

  • Three-year NFL veteran and drafted by Buffalo Bills (1999)
  • Selected in seventh round, the No. 230 player overall
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Nebraska
  • Three-time National Champion with Cornhuskers (1994, 1995 and 1997)
  • Named co-team captain at Nebraska under Frank Solich
  • First-Team All-Big 12 Conference (1998)
  • Second-Team All-Big 12 Conference (1997)
  • Graduate of La Verne High (CA)
Quinn Gray

Quinn Gray

  • Six-year NFL veteran and first signed by Jacksonville Jaguars (2002)
  • Also played for Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts
  • Finished career with Kansas City Chiefs
  • Two-year NFL Europe veteran with Frankfurt Galaxy
  • Won World Bowl XI Championship with Galaxy (2003)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Florida A&M
  • Won back-to-back titles in Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (2000 and 2001)
  • Graduate of Dillard High (FL)
Jerome Daniels

Jerome Daniels

  • Five-year NFL veteran and drafted by Miami Dolphins (1997)
  • Selected in fourth round, the No. 121 player overall
  • Also played with Baltimore Ravens and Arizona Cardinals
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Northeastern University
  • First-Team All-Yankee Conference (1996)
  • First-Team All-Eastern College Athletic Conference (1996)
  • Invited to Hula Bowl and Senior Bowl (1996)
  • Graduate of Bloomfield High (CT)
Jerrod Black

Jerrod Black

  • Two-year NFL veteran and first signed by Dallas Cowboys (2014)
  • Also played for Minnesota Vikings
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Iowa State
  • Second-Team All-Big 12 Conference (2011)
  • Honorable Mention All-Big 12 Conference (2010)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Southeastern Louisiana
  • First-Team All-Southland Conference (2012)
  • Graduate of Houston Christian High (TX)
Margin Hooks

Margin Hooks

  • Three-year NFL veteran and first signed by Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2001)
  • Also played for Miami Dolphins
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at BYU
  • Second on Cougars’ all-time receiving yardage list with 2,841
  • First-Team All-Mountain West Conference (1999)
  • Graduate of Waco High (TX)
  • NFL Combine Prep Specialist (2013-present)
  • Founder of Sky’s The Limit Training (est. 2009)
Tavon Mason

Tavon Mason

  • Two-year NFL veteran and first signed by New York Jets (2002)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Virginia
  • Second on Cavaliers’ kickoff return average all-time list with 22.8
  • Finished with Cavaliers’ record 102-yard kickoff return
  • Graduate of Woodlawn High (MD)
  • Published Author of Tavon Does It All
  • Founder of Tavon Mason Loves The Kids Foundation (est. 2011)
  • Assistant Coach at Stevenson College, MD (2013-2018)
J'Vonne Parker

J’Vonne Parker

  • Five-year NFL veteran and first signed by Cleveland Browns (2005)
  • Also played for Dallas Cowboys and Baltimore Ravens
  • Finished career with Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Rutgers
  • Second-Team All-Big East Conference (2004)
  • Third-Team All-Big East Conference (2003)
  • Graduate of Newark Tech High (NJ)
  • Co-Founder of Pro Edge Front Seven Training (est. 2010)
Arthur Ray

Arthur Ray

  • Two-year NFL veteran and first signed by Miami Dolphins (2015)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Michigan State
  • Received the Football Writers Association of America Courage Award (2012)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Fort Collins (CO)
  • NCAA Division II Consensus First-Team All-American (20114)
  • NCAA Division II Consensus Second-Team All-American (2013)
  • Graduate of Mt. Carmel High (IL)
  • Founder of Lineman Academy (est. 2015)
Rick Cunningham

Rick Cunningham

  • Eight-year NFL veteran and drafted by Indianapolis Colts (1990)
  • Selected in fourth round, the No. 106 player overall
  • Also played for Arizona Cardinals and Oakland Raiders
  • Finished career in CFL with Montreal Alouettes
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Texas A&M
  • First-Team All-Southwest Conference (1989)
  • Second-Team All-Southwest Conference (1988)
  • Graduate of Beverly Hills High (CA)
Charles Spencer

Charles Spencer

  • Three-year NFL veteran and drafted by Houston Texans (2006)
  • Selected in third round, the No. 65 player overall
  • Also played for Carolina Panthers
  • Finished career with Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Pitt
  • First-Team All-Big East Conference (2005)
  • Second-Team All-Big East Conference (2004)
  • Graduate of Poughkeepsie High (NY)
Sameeh McDonald

Sameeh McDonald

  • Two-year NFL veteran and first signed by Detroit Lions (2006)
  • Also played with Detroit Lions and New York Giants
  • Finished career in NFL Europe with Amsterdam Admirals
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Rutgers
  • Second-Team All-Big East Conference (2005)
  • Co-Founder of Pro Edge Front Seven Training (est. 2010)
  • Graduate of West Side High (NJ)
Michael Ray Garvin

Michael Ray Garvin

  • Two-year NFL veteran and first signed by Arizona Cardinals (2009)
  • Also played for Detroit Lions
  • Finished career in CFL with Winnipeg Blue Bombers
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Florida State
  • Second-team All-ACC (2008)
  • Graduate of Don Bosco Prep (NJ)
  • U.S. Army All-American (2005)
Matt McChesney

Matt McChesney

  • Five-year NFL veteran and first signed by St. Louis Rams (2005)
  • Also played for New York Jets, Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos
  • NASM Certified Trainer for NFL Pro Day Prep Program
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Colorado
  • Second-Team All-Big 12 Conference (2004)
  • Graduate of Niwot High (CO)
  • NFL Analyst for ESPN Radio (2013-present)
  • Founder of Six Zero Strength & Fitness (est. 2009)
Jamie Kohl

Jamie Kohl

  • Three-year NFL veteran and first signed by Seattle Seahawks (1999)
  • Also played for Miami Dolphins
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Iowa State
  • Finished with Cyclones’ school-record 105 points-after-attempts (PATs)
  • Fourth all-time in Cyclones’ scoring with 217 points
  • Graduate of Waukesha Catholic High (WI)
  • Founder of Kohl’s Kicking (est. 2000)
  • Coaching resume includes multiple alumni selected to Pro Bowl
Dick Bell

Dick Bell

  • Two-year NFL veteran and first signed by Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1980)
  • Also played for San Diego Chargers
  • Former agent in the NFL (1986-2000)
  • Pro Football Executive of the Year (1991)
  • Represented two first-round selections in the NFL Draft
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Rhode Island
  • Product of Dean College (MA)
  • Founder of East Coast Prep, Mass. (est. 2011)
George Martinez

George Martinez

  • Five-year NFL coach and started with Arizona Cardinals (1994-95)
  • Assistant Linebackers Coach for Oakland Raiders (2006-2008)
  • Head Coach New Mexico Highlands University (1989-1991)
  • Head Coach Panhandle Oklahoma State University (1988)
  • Secured a football scholarship and played at Arizona
  • Second-Team All-Pac 8 Conference (1973)
  • Graduate of Kofa High (AZ)
Artie Gigantino

Artie Gigantino

  • Senior Administrator with Oakland Raiders (2002-2008)
  • Operations Officer with Oakland Raiders (1998-2002)
  • Special Teams Coordinator for Los Angeles Rams (1987-1991)
  • Defensive Coordinator for USC (1978-1986)
  • Defensive Coordinator for Cal (1992-1996)
  • NFL Analyst for Fox Sports (1997-2003)
  • Assistant Coach with USA Football (2013-2015)
  • Secured a scholarship and played football at UConn
  • Graduate of Stevens High (NJ)