Growing up in Chicago Walter Payton held a special place among sports fans. I remember sitting in our living room in my #34 jersey watching documentaries and game film of Payton on our VCR. This is when I knew I loved the game.
I was a football player, albeit not a good one, but I found my athletic passion as a sprinter and earned my spot on a Power 5 Track & Field team. Throughout my collegiate career I was a 4-time All-American and a 4-time conference champ. My experience as an athlete is what grew my desire to understand the importance of biomechanical efficiency in relation to human movement.
I work in sport and human performance and am fortunate to have the opportunity to mentor, teach, and guide athletes everyday. If there is anything I have learned over the years it is that problem solving is the grassroots of sports. If you’ve followed my educational prospect threads on Twitter you have likely noticed the emphasis on how the player solves problems and how they create solutions involving their unique skill set.
The purpose of this website is to provide a different approach to player evaluation. I combine the technical terminology used to describe what makes each player unique along with their potential for success in the NFL. All information provided on these prospects are my own views and all examples are solely for the purpose of education.
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