Athletes of the Month
Hayes and Dawson C.
This brother-sister duo came to us in the winter as shy, raw athletes that did not say too much. Now, they are two of our most committed and playful Jump Starters. Both Hayes and Dawson are progressing very well as athletes, showing big improvements in speed, mobility, body awareness, and coordination, but they are also starting to take their training very seriously. We see them at least two or three times a week, always arriving early and ready to move. These two are making friends and building confidence each day with us and we appreciate the dedication. Keep it up, Hayes and Dawson!
Austin began training with us again back in March, and he is certainly proving himself as an athlete and competitor. His displays of power, speed, and strength are evident during each class, but it is his increased maturity and aggressive work ethic that is setting him apart from the crowd. Austin came to us to improve his physical abilities, but also to prove that he can train with the best. Along the way, he has gotten to know his coaches and peers on a deeper level and become a leader to some of the younger athletes. His willingness to push himself on a regular basis will keep him growing as an athlete for as long as he wants. Great job, Austin!
College and Professional Athletes
David Lewis – Spokane Shock (AFL); Football – Wide Receiver
Kyle McCartin – Pforzheim Wilddogs in Germany; Football – Quarterback
David Jackson – Richmond Raiders (AFL); Football – Wide Receiver
Chris Forsten – College of William and Mary; Baseball – Catcher
Dante Cook – College of William and Mary; Football – Linebacker
Bo Revell – College of William and Mary; Football – Tight End
David Miller – University of Maryland; Lacrosse – Midfield
Matt Miller – University of Notre Dame; Lacrosse – Defense