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What: NFL Pre Season
Training at Ignition with Performance Coaches Clif Marshall and Ben Creamer.
Included but not limited to: strength, speed, agility, power, position
specific, flexibility, injury prevention, boxing and hand-to-hand combat.
When: Monday June 24th
through Friday July 19th.
Training options: 5 days a
week at 11am. Training sessions are two and a half hours in length.
Where: Ignition APG in
Cincinnati, Ohio -- a training facility that has trained more than 200 NFL
Athletes since 2008.
Why: Have your best
preseason camp ever and be in the best shape of your career. Stronger, faster,
fitter and better.
We're excited to announce this year's NFL Draft Class that has chosen to prepare for the NFL Combine and their Pro Days with Ignition. We are blessed to have 29 athletes in this year's Combine Class between Ignition FL and Ignition OH.
Meet our 2013 NFL Draft Class!
Larry Black –
Black is a defensive tackle from
Indiana University and accepted an invite to the Casino Del Sol All-Star Game.
He is tied for the team lead with 15.5 career tackles for loss.
Collins Ukwu –
Ukwu is a defensive end from
University of Kentucky and accepted an invitation to the Texas vs. Nation All
Khaseem Greene –
Greene is a linebacker from Rutgers
University and accepted an invitation to the 2012 Senior Bowl. He’s a 2012 AP
All-American, 2012 Walter Camp All-American, Two-time Big East Defensive Player
of the Year, and 2012 All-Big East 1st Team.
TJ Moe –
Moe is a wide receiver from
University of Missouri and accepted an invitation to the Texas vs. Nation All
Star Game. He was a 2012 Team Captain and 2011
Honorable Mention All-Big 12.
Martavius Neloms –
Neloms is a defensive back from
University of Kentucky and accepted and invitation to the Texas vs. Nation All
Mario Benavides –
Benavides is an offensive lineman
from University of Louisville and accepted an invitation to the NFLPA All Star
Game. He made 2012 1st Team All-Big East, was a Team Captain and was
a 2012 Rimington Trophy Award Finalist.
George Winn –
Winn is a running back from
University of Cincinnati and accepted an invitation to the Texas vs. Nation All
Star Game. He made 2012 All-Big East 2nd Team, finished with 1,235
yards and 12 touchdowns, and is 2nd in rushing yards for the Big
Etienne Sabino –
Sabino is a linebacker from Ohio
State University, and made 2012 All-Big Ten Honorable Mention.
DC Jefferson –
Jefferson is a tight end from
Rutgers University and accepted an invitation to the East-West Shrine Game.
Mark Jackson –
Jackson is an offensive lineman from
Glenville State College and accepted an invitation to the East-West Shrine
Game. He was a 2012 Team Captain, 2012 All-WVIAC 1st Team, and AFCA
Coaches 1st Team All-American.
Ray Graham –
Graham is a running back from
University of Pittsburgh and accepted an invitation to the East-West Shrine
Game. He was 2012 All-Big East 1st Team, and 2nd on
Pitt’s All-Time rushing list with 3,271 career rushing yards.
Stefphon Jefferson –
Jefferson is a running back from
University of Nevada. He’s 2012 AP All-American 3rd Team, 2012
Walter Camp All-America 2nd Team, 2nd in the nation in
rushing with 141.92 yards per game, and second all-time in Mountain West
single-season history with 1,703 yards this year.
Casey Brockman –
Brockman is a quarterback from
Murray State University and accepted an invitation to the Raycom All Star Game.
He made 2012 All-OVC 1st Team. Brockman leads the OVC in
attempts, completions, yards and total offense. He leads the FCS in completions
and completions per game (32.64), and ranks second in passing yards and total
offense per game (345.64).
Steven Greer –
Greer is a linebacker from
University of Virginia. He made 2012 Coaches All-ACC 2nd Team, 2012
All-ACC First Team, and is ranked No. 1 among active ACC players in career
tackles in 2012 and Notre Dame’s Manti Te’o was the only active BCS player with
more career tackles.
Dax Swanson –
Swanson is a cornerback
from Sam Houston State. He’s an All-American and also an NFL Combine invitee. He
made the All-Southland Conference Team. He broke a school record, led the
conference and was ranked No. 3 nationally with an 8 interception season.
Demontre Hurst –
Hurst is a cornerback from
Oklahoma University and accepted an invitation to play in the East-West Shrine
Game. He made the All-Big 12 team in back to back years. He was also listed to
the 2012 Bronko Nagurski Trophy Preseason Watch List.
Quentin Sims –
Sims is a wide receiver from UT
Martin. He accepted an invitation to the Raycom All Star Game. He was named an
All-American, and also made the 2012 All-OVC 1st Team. He also set
the OVC’s single-season and career receiving touchdown records.
Maalik Bomar –
Bomar is a linebacker from
University of Cincinnati. He was a Big East Defensive Player of the Week and a
3 time Big East champion.
Taylor Housewright –
Housewright is a quarterback from
Ashland University. He was 2012 1st Team All-American, a 2012 Harlon
Hill Trophy Finalist (Division II Player of the Year), and the 2012 GLIAC
Player of the Year. He set an NCAA Division II record this year with 377
consecutive passes without an interception.
Cam Cheatham –
Cheatham is a defensive back from
University of Cincinnati. He accepted an invitation to the Raycom All Star
Game. He’s 2nd in school history in interceptions for touchdowns. He
also led the 2012 team in interceptions and is a 4 time Big East champion.
Matt Denham –
Denham is a running back from
Eastern Kentucky University. He was named to the 2012 All-OVC 1st
Team. Denham finished the 2012 season ninth in the FCS in rushing with 1,386
yards and ran for another 14 touchdowns.
Hank Keighley –
Keighley is a defensive end from
University of Toledo. He led the team in tackles for loss and forced fumbles.
He was a 4 time team D-Line Player of the Week and a 2 time team Defensive
Player of the Week.
Jamaine Cook –
Cook is a running back from
Youngstown State University. He was a two time Walter Payton Award Finalist and
two time MVP. He was a 3 time All-Conference 1st Team player. On 20 occasions, he rushed for more than
100 yards in a game, the second most in school history. He set the school
record for career all-purpose yardage with 5,220, averaging 121.4 yards per
game during his career. He was also a two time Team Captain.
Freddie Bishop –
Bishop is a linebacker from Western
Michigan. He made the 2012 All-MAC 2nd Team. He led the team in
tackles for loss with 11.5, which is also 5th best in the MAC. He
was also a Team Captain and Team MVP.
Drew Frey –
Frey is a safety from University of
Cincinnati. He accepted an invitation to the NFLPA Bowl. Frey made 1st
Team All-Big East in 2011.
Walter Stewart –
Stewart is a defensive end from
University of Cincinnati. He was named to 2012 All-Big East 2nd
Team. Before his injury, Stewart was the Big East’s active career sack leader
with 17. He was also co-Defensive Lineman of the year for UC.
Josh Kline –
Kline is a offensive lineman from
Kent State University. He made 2012 All-MAC 2nd Team.
Christian Robinson –
Robinson is a linebacker from
University of Georgia. He accepted an invitation to the Raycom All Star Game
and was the 2012 Defensive Team Captain.
Russell Ellington –
Ellington is a linebacker from
University of Illinois. He has the school’s longest non-scoring interception
return for 75 yards and his freshman year was named Big Ten Freshman of the