Thursday, September 3, 2009


Ignition will head to Southwest Florida this winter to hold a program for some of the nations top NFL prospects, prepping for the NFL Combine and Pro Days. Over the last three years, Ignition has had one of the most successful NFL Combine prep programs in the country. That program, will be titled IGNITIONOHIO and will be ran by Coach Ted Borgerding. IGNITIONOHIO, has one of the nicest facilities in the Midwest and is home to one of largest indoor turf fields in all of North America.

Clif Marshall will be the Head Coach for the IGNITIONFLORIDA program, that will run in the Southwest part of the state. The facility is truly one of the finest in the country. The 200 acre park has eight Bermuda grass fields under the lights, six baseball diamonds, water park, a basketball gymnasium, rubberized track, convention center and state of the art fitness center. Enjoy the pictures below.

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Sunday, August 2, 2009


Ignition has 33 NFL players representing 18 teams who are in training camp for the 2009 season. We lift each of these individuals in prayer for a safe and healthy season. Thank you for placing your trust in the Ignition Program for your off season training needs. Best wishes to all of you from Team Ignition.

Ignition NFL Training Program

In the last three years, each of these players listed below trained at Ignition for the NFL Combine/ Pro Day and or NFL Off Season Training.

Renardo Foster – St Louis Rams
Gary Russell- Oakland Raiders
John Bowie- Oakland Raiders
Stanford Keglar- Tennessee Titans
Lamar Myles- Jacksonville Jaguars
Haruki Nakamura- Baltimore Ravens
Brian Brohm- Green Bay Packers
Eric Wood – Buffalo Bills
Mike Mickens – Dallas Cowboys
Trevor Canfield – Arizona Cardinals
Londen Fryar – Kansas City Chiefs
Ramon Foster – Pittsburgh Steelers
Adrian Grady – Indianapolis Colts
Corey Smith – Kansas City Chiefs
Johnny Williams – Jacksonville Jaguars
E’Ron Riley – Baltimore Ravens
Anthony Heygood – Carolina Panthers
Mike Mitchell - Oakland Raiders
Connor Barwin – Houston Texans
Roy Williams – Cincinnati Bengals
Jonathon Fanane- Cincinnati Bengals
Cory Lynch - Cincinnati Bengals
Darryl Blackstock - Cincinnati Bengals
Shayne Graham - Cincinnati Bengals
Michael Johnson- Cincinnati Bengals
Robert Geathers – Cincinnati Bengals
Andre Frazier- Pittsburgh Steelers
Tyjuan Hagler – Indianapolis Colts
Madieu Williams – Minnesota Vikings
Chris Redman- Atlanta Falcons
Kelley Washington – Baltimore Ravens
Landon Johnson – Carolina Panthers
Antoine Harris – Atlanta Falcons

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Getting Ready for Training Camp

Congrats to Cincinnati Bengals Safety Roy Williams who has been hard at work with coach Clif Marshall the past four weeks. Roy weighed in today at 217 this morning and is in great shape for the start of training camp. Follow Roy, Coach Marshall and Ignition on twitter to stay updated.  @datboyie, @CoachMarshall, @IgnitionAPG

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Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Five Time Pro Bowler Roy Williams stays local to train at Ignition!

Bengals safety Roy Williams has five NFL Pro Bowls under his belt, but you wouldn’t know it. He is as humble as they come and he has been working hard each day as he prepares for his first season as a Cincinnati Bengal.
The Head Strength Coach for the Bengals Chip Morton encouraged Roy to stay in town in July to work on his fitness. Roy’s goals was to drop some bodyfat and to get in the best playing shape as possible We are very fortunate to have Roy in the Ignition facility. Roy has been a great role model for the entire Ignition family this summer. He is very open about his Christian faith and often times leads prayer after workouts. He can also be seen picking up trash or cleaning up the weight room after workouts.

Here is what Roy has to say about the program at Ignition:

"I had the opportunity to workout anywhere, but I chose to stay in town for my off season training with Clif Marshall. I really like the vibe and the energy that I got from Clif when I trained at Ignition. There are facilities who put emphasize on numbers, but Ignition puts a focus on bettering the total athlete by training the mental, physical and spiritual. They keep God first. Come be a part of the family and experience the joy!"

Read the article below from the Dayton Daily News on Roy’s training program.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Andre Frazier holds camp in Cincinnati Area

The Ignition staff spent some time with current Pittsburgh Steeler and Super Bowl Champion Andre Frazier at his camp at Hughes High School this week. The camp was free for kids and all in attendance had a great experience. Among the other NFL Starts in attendance for the camp were Roy Williams of the Bengals, Tyjuan Hagler of the Colts and Carey Davis of the Steelers. The UC Football Seniors were also on hand to give some expert instruction.
Andre Frazier has been training at Ignition for the last three off seasons. He exemplifies high character and has a strong Christian faith that often times gets over looked by outsiders. Thanks to Andre for making a difference and for giving back to the community. We wish Andre nothing but the best in 2010.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Check out Ignition athlete and Kansas City Chief Londen Fryar giving back to the community. 

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Ignition Athlete Haruki Nakamura Staying Strong in Baltimore

Check out the article from the Ravens home page on their annual strongman competition:

Here are some pics of Haruki in action:

Monday, June 15, 2009

Ignition Athlete Connor Barwin training with Coach Ben Creamer

Ignition coach Ben Creamer has been training as boxer for 2+ years.  His passion for the sport has carried over to the training environment here at Ignition.  With Ben's guidance, Ignition has incorporated boxing into the combine program and the athletes have loved every second of it.  2nd Round draft pick Connor Barwin enjoyed the exhausting work so much that he started training exclusively with Ben.  Check out the video of Connor showcasing his boxing skills during his last workout before heading to Houston.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Ignition Coach Rick Danison accepts job at Indiana University!

Pictured is Coach Danison and Carolina Panther Anthony Heygood

Former Ignition Performance Specialist Rick Danison has accepted a position on the strength staff at Indiana University. Coach Danison who is also a part time strength coach with the Cincinnati Bengals worked at Ignition this spring training athletes in the BURST and TOTAL ELITE as well as helping to prepare athletes for the NFL Combine. We will miss Rick and wish him great success as he continues his coaching career.

Friday, May 29, 2009

Bengals 3rd Round Pick Michael Johnson at Ignition

In Picture: Eric Henderson, Coach Marshall and Michael Johnson

The Bengals have found themselves a “freakish athlete” in 3rd Round Pick Michael Johnson. Michael, who was one of the top collegiate players during the 2009 season on the gridiron teamed up with his former Georgia Tech teammate Eric Henderson for a week of intense training for speed, agility, strength and boxing this week at Ignition. Michael shows great athleticism and work ethic and will be exciting to watch as he suits up for the Bengals in 2009. Stay tuned for footage of Michaels workouts on video!

STACK Magazine visits Ignition

This week Stack magazine made a one day stop at the Ignition Facility located in Mason Ohio to watch former UC Bearcats Mike Mickens and Conner Barwin go through a vigorous workout led by Coach Clif Marshall. The Stack crew shot footage on the drills specific for football players for speed, agility and strength development. Stack also shot a “hand combat” boxing session that Performance Specialist Ben Creamer conducted with the former Bearcat greats. The shoot concluded with Coach Ted Borgerding giving the “Training Spaces” tour on the World Class Facility at Ignition.

STACK Media is the nation’s leading producer of sports performance training and lifestyle content for high school athletes and high school sports community. The goal of the magazine / website is to improve the lives of athletes by providing safe and effective advice on how to properly boost performance without the use of steroids or other illegal performance enhancing drugs.

Don’t miss the Ignition footage that can be found at www.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

2009 Ignition Draft Class Updates

Conner Barwin was the highest pick in the 2009 NFL Draft class from Ignition. He was chosen pick number 46 of the second round to the Houston Texans.

The Ignition Team had its most successful NFL draft class EVER - 15 players have been chosen to play and fulfill their lifetime dream of playing in the NFL. We wish the following players nothing but the BEST of LUCK!!

Connor Barwin – Houston Texans (UC)

Mike Mitchell – Oakland Raiders (Ohio U)

Mike Mickens – Dallas Cowboys (UC)

Trevor Canfield – Arizona Cardinals (UC)

Londen Fryar – Kansas City Chiefs (Western Michigan)

Ramon Foster – Pittsburgh Steelers (UT)

Greg Brown – Chicago Bears (Indiana)

Adrian Grady – Indianapolis Colts (UofL)

Corey Smith – Kansas City Chiefs (UC)

Johnny Williams – Jacksonville Jaguars (UK)

Marcus McClinton – New England Patriots (UK)

E’Ron Riley – Baltimore Ravens (Duke)

Anthony Heygood – Carolina Panthers (Purdue)

Khalil El-Amin – Arizona Cardinals (UC)

Andrew Means – has decided to pursue Major League Baseball Career (Indiana)

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Barwin and Mitchell drafted in 2nd round of NFL Draft!

Ignition has back to back picks in the second round of 2009 NFL Draft.
Connor Barwin of UC and Mike Mitchell of Ohio U, who both trained for eight weeks at Ignition to prepare for the NFL scouting combine and pro day, were selected with back to back picks in the second round on the first day of the 2009 NFL Draft. These guys helped themselves by having great post season workouts for the scouts and coaches. Barwin (4.47- 40yd dash) went number 46 overall pick to Houston and Mitchell (4.43- 40 yd dash) went with the number 47 pick to Oakland. Mike Mitchell, who was projected as a 7th round to Priority Free Agent by draft guru Mel Kiper, shocked ESPN commentators on camera when Oakland took him in the second. “Praise God, I am so humbled and gracious. I am about to cry man” These were the words out of Mitchell’s mouth just moments after the pick. Catch Mike and I on 1530 Homer the Sports Animal on Tuesday at 8am as we discuss this awesome experience with Alan Cutler.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Ignition Draft Prospects workout for Bengals!

Safeties Mike Mitchell and Marcus McClinton after a tough workout at Ignition.

Ignition Draft Prospects “show off” for Bengals
Nine Draft Prospects that trained at Ignition this winter worked out at the annual Bengals Local Day on Tuesday April 14th for coaches, scouts, and management. Take a look at how some of the guys performed by reading the article below written by Geoff Hobson of

Even Clif Marshall, the head of Ignition Gym in Blue Ash, Ohio who has trained Wood and several other players that showed Tuesday, is trying to guess along. He knows the Bengals like his prized pupil, UC tight end/defensive end/SAM linebacker backer/WILL linebacker backer Connor Barwin, but enough to take him in the second round at No. 38? "And I'm not sure which position they'd take him at," Marshall said.
And how many centers will go in the first two rounds? While Kiper has Wood coming off the board first, some have California's Alex Mack going first and others have Oregon's Max Unger going first. "I think it all depends on when the first center goes, whether it's Max or Alex or me," Wood said. "If it's late in the first round, then I think we'll all go pretty quickly. I hope I go to a tough team like Cincinnati. Actually, I think any team in the AFC North would be a good fit."
At 6-3, 310 pounds, Wood has flashed that he's got plenty of muscle to duel with 3-4 nose tackles, but he also showed in the Senior Bowl for the first time in his life that he can play guard. So did, for that matter, Mack and Unger, two guys that actually played for the Bengals coaches in Mobile. "I tell teams," Wood said, "if you don't think of me as the No. 1 center, then think of me as the No. 1 guard."
Kiper could be playing the Pittsburgh hunch because Steelers offensive line coach Larry Zierlein visited Wood at Louisville. Wood is just waiting. "You know how that goes. Would they take an interior lineman 32nd? I don't know," he said.
He certainly was comfortable Tuesday. "Everywhere I turned, I knew somebody," Wood said.

There was Bengals linebacker Brandon Johnson, a former Louisville teammate. There was Bengals quarterback Jordan Palmer, who shares the same agents. There was Mickens, the former state playoff for. "That guy cracks me up," Wood said. "He's a funny guy." The guy cracking everybody up is Barwin, projected by Kiper to be the second pick in the second round to New England. OURLADS Scouting Services sends Barwin to the Eagles at No. 28 in the first round. What Marshall knows is he's putting Barwin on the cover of next year's brochure. The guy on this year's cover, Purdue linebacker Stanford Keglar, came out of nowhere to dominate the combine drills and ended up going from a possible free agent to a fourth-round pick of the Titans. Under Marshall’s guidance, Keglar concentrated on six drills: the 225-pound bench press, the 40-yard dash, the 20-yard shuttle, the L cone, vertical jump and broad jump. Marshall says Keglar led five of the six categories, just like Barwin did. But Barwin already had the scouts buzzing at the Senior Bowl with his athleticism and versatility a month before the combine. "I don't think they go off the drills," Marshall said of the pro scouts. "But I think the drills make them go back and look at you on film." Marshall thinks a perfect example of that is another one of his guys that showed Tuesday. Ohio University safety Mike Mitchell, out of Fort Thomas, Ky., didn't get invited to the combine but he covered the six drills so well at his Pro Day that he's making a Keglar-like climb. Maybe he didn't get invited to Indianapolis in February, but the Colts brought him to Indy to check him out, as did the Bears, and the Raiders are next. This is a guy Kiper rated as the 73rd safety.

Monday, April 13, 2009

Training Experience at Ignition

At Ignition, we care about all of our athletes and how they feel about the training experience. Take a look at what some of these NFL Prospects are saying about the training program they took part in this winter at Ignition.

Andrew Means – IU Hoosiers
“Ignition is the place to be if you want to take your skills to another level. The program was a 5 STAR and I liked the intense workouts. I made huge improvements in every aspect of the combine drills. I ran my fastest forty ever at a 4.3 and was in the best shape as well. I really liked the fact that they build character as well and it was a chance to grow spiritually as an athlete.”

Adrian Grady – U of L Cardinals
“I worked with Clif when he was on the staff at Louisville and I had a good feeling about the Ignition program because of the success that my former teammates Nate Harris, Brian Brohm and Lamar Myles had when they trained in Cincinnati. Within a 3 week period of intense workouts – I shaved time in my agility drills and forty yard dash and I am know ready to show it off at the 2009 NFL Combine.”

Marcus McClinton – UK Wildcats
“I really enjoyed the family atmosphere at Ignition. Thanks to my training at Ignition, I was prepared for the 2009 NFL combine. I tested among the best safeties in Indianapolis and I owe a great deal to Clif and his staff at Ignition.”

Eron Riley – Duke Blue Devils
“The time I spent at Ignition was very worthwhile. I liked that the staff that was very knowledgeable on all the drills. It wasn’t overcrowded and I really enjoyed the individual attention that I received. I ran a 4.3 and jumped a 40 inch vertical, which are my all time best on my Pro Day. Thanks to Ignition APG, I really improved my chances to be a draft pick in 2009.”

Mike Mitchell – OU Bobcats
“Ignition was the best place I could have trained to maximize my full potential. The methods and philosophies that are used for speed, agility and strength, in combination with individualized attention make Ignition the place to train. Anyone who is serious about performing at their best at the NFL Combine and Pro Days needs to train at with these guys.”

Mike Mickens – UC Bearcats
“I could have trained in the warm weather of California or Florida for the NFL Combine but I chose to train in Cincinnati with Clif instead. It was one of the best decisions I have made in my career. I felt more comfortable with his program at Ignition and under his eyes I saw a great deal of progress and was able to perform great in front of the NFL scouts and coaches.”

Connor Barwin – UC Bearcats
“Getting prepared for the NFL Combine at Ignition with Clif and Ted was one of the most important and best decisions in my life. Everyday the staff went above and beyond to get the most out of me. They made me feel confident and comfortable in all of my drills. I am eternally grateful to them for putting me in a great situation for the next stage in my career. I must say after working with Clif, Ted and the rest of the team at Ignition, they are genuine and great people and they will be friends for life.”

Monday, March 23, 2009

The results are in and the numbers don’t lie……..

The 2009 NFL Prep Program at Ignition
By: Clif Marshall

The program for twenty NFL hopefuls whom reported in early January will end this week at the last of the NFL Pro Days. My staff and I are wrapping up the most rewarding NFL Prep Program at Ignition in the company’s five year history. Ted Borgerding (Coordinator) Ben Creamer (Specialist) and Rick Danison (Specialist) and I, Clif Marshall (Director) make up the team of performance coaches who trained these college standouts twice a day for eight weeks.

After days that turned to weeks of hardcore training form nine to five, players from such universities as: Cincinnati, Louisville, Purdue, Indiana and Kentucky are reaping the fruits of their labors as they run, jump and lift in front of scouts and coaches across the Midwest. Many of the players who trained at Ignition are creating a buzz among NFL personnel with outstanding numbers from the Combine in Indianapolis and Pro Days at the respected universities. Some of our players shaved up to three tenths off of their forty times and increased their vertical leap by five inches.

The following players are moving up on draft boards and opening eyes with great workouts: Ignition takes pride in being the facility in the Midwest that can take a player and work them into a fine tuned machine that will move up draft boards for sure after posting awesome numbers during workouts!!!!

Connor Barwin: UC Bearcats - Connor has been by far one of the most talked about prospects in the nation after finishing first in four categories for Defensive Lineman at the NFL Combine and then running a 4.4 forty yard dash at 251 pounds on his Pro Day on March 19th on the campus of UC. Prior to training at Ignition, Connor was expected to go somewhere in the third to fourth round. Now as we approach the Draft in April many experts agree that he will sneak in the late first rounds. Take a look at these impressive numbers posted by Barwin after training at Ignition: 4.47 in the forty, 40 inch vertical and a 10.8 broad, 6.80 in the L Cone drill, 4.18 in the Pro Agility Drill. These times would be phenomenal for a defensive back, Barwin as a defensive lineman may go down in history as one of the best to ever test in that position.

Eron Riley: Duke Blue Devils- Eron who did not get an invite to the scouting combine shocked scouts at his Pro Day at Duke when he ran as fast as a 4.27 on one scouts watch in the forty. Most NFL personnel expected Riley to be more of a 4.6 guy. He also notched a 40 inch vertical and an amazing 11.2 broad. If you questioned his change of direction ability, his L Cone drill was a 6.70 and the Pro Agility drill at 4.06. Those numbers with Eron’s size (6.3’ and 206) have scouts checking out the game film on the Duke Blue Devils, where he was awarded a second team all ACC performer. Prior to Ignition, Eron was considered as a Priority Free Agent, but now he is considered as early as a fourth round pick.

Andrew Means: Indiana Hoosiers- Andrew didn’t disappoint in his performance and is now going to be considered by many teams as a draftable prospect. Means at 215 pounds and 6.1’ ran a 4.33 and a 4.36 in the forty and then showed off his agility in a 6.85 L Cone drill. Todd McShay of Scouts Inc. said after the NFL Combine that Means was the sleeper of the wide receiver group. Andrew also repped out 18 reps in the bench to show off his strength as a receiver. Means, another prospect who was flying under the NFL radar, is currently at Spring Training with the Cincinnati Reds and is hoping his name is called on draft weekend.

Mike Mitchell: Ohio University – Mike Mitchell is big guy for a safety at 6.05 and 222 pounds. Mitchell at that weight ran a 4.43 on his Pro Day last week in thirty degree temperatures. Mitchell also jumped a 37.5 inch vertical and a 10.03 broad after benching 225 for 22 reps. Mitchell was not invited to the combine but after his performance at OU Pro Day, he has three teams that have scheduled private workouts. Mike is another prospect that was said be a Free Agent. Experts now see him coming off the board in the later rounds of the draft.

Mike Mickens: UC Bearcats – Mickens was getting a lot of negative feedback in January after weighing in at 175 pounds for scouts and being sent home from the Senior Bowl due to a knee injury. After packing his backs, he called me (Coach Marshall) on the plane ride home to say he was reporting to Ignition to begin prepping for his most important workout he would ever have on Match 19th. Fast forward six weeks and Mike is again one of the top cornerbacks in the draft. Despite having only three weeks of training because of the limitations on his knee, Mike added twelve pounds to his frame and impressed scouts on a knee that was only 85 percent at the UC Pro Day. He ran a 4.53 in the forty, a 4.18 in the Pro Agility and a 6.90 in the L Cone drill. He also looked great in the positional drills that the coaches took him through. The numbers Mike posted would have him in good standing among the cornerbacks at the NFL Combine and he is doing it on a knee that is not completely healthy. This competitive showing has teams flying Mike in for official visits and moving back up the draft broads.

This is just a few of the guys who have fared well in the workouts for NFL teams. We want to thank all of the players who trusted in the Ignition Program and we cannot wait to see where the guys end up on NFL Draft Weekend.

If you are serious about taking your game to the next level, come and train with the guys at Ignition. In the meantime, stay strong, Body-Mind-Spirit./// Clif Marshall

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

As the New Year begins, so does the training program for at least 16 future NFL prospects here at Ignition in Mason, Oh. We've got 16 players representing 9 universities - by far the largest and most talented group that we've had in my three years as the Performance Director. Last year players such as Haruki Nakamura of the Ravens and Brian Brohm of the Packers took part in the training program.

Players reported on January 5th and will stay in Mason through the next eight weeks preparing for the NFL Combine and the Pro Days on the respected college campuses. The players will workout twice a day and will also take part in pool workouts, yoga, massage therapy, chiropractic care and character building sessions (Bible Study). Our staff includes myself (Clif Marshall, Performance Director; Ted Borgerding (Performance Coordinator), Ben Creamer (Performance Specialist) and Rick Dennison (Performance Specialist).

Take a look at the future stars of the NFL who have chosen Ignition as their performance training center:

Connor Barwin – DE University of CincinnatiNotable: Probably the most well known player in the media who is training at Ignition APG. Will compete in the Senior Bowl and participate in the NFL Combine.

Trevor Canfield – OG University of CincinnatiNotable: May be the player who will be drafted the highest come April. Will compete in the Senior Bowl and participate in the NFL Combine.

Lamonte Nelms – DEUniversity of CincinnatiNotable: Had a great senior year at UC and will shock scouts in his testing on Pro Day in March..

Mike Mitchell – SOhio UniversityNotable: Mike is out of Fort Thomas Highlands. He is a great athlete with lots of power and speed to be 220lbs. Mitchell is another guy who will test extremely well.

Marcus McClinton – SUniversity of KentuckyNotable: Marcus is a great talent and is the first Kentucky Wildcat to train at Ignition APG for the NFL. He will play in the Texas vs. Nation All Star Game. He is ranked among the top free safeties in the nation.

Londen Fryar – CBWestern MichiganNotable: Londen is the son of former 1st overall pick and NFL great Irving Fryar. He is ranked among the best CornerBacks in the 2009 draft. He will also play in the Texas vs. Nation Game.

Adrian Grady – DTLouisvilleNotable: Coach Marshall worked with Adrian when he was a freshman at U of L and Clif was on the strength staff. He is going to Indy for the combine and has a good chance to be drafted. He will also play in the Texas vs. Nation Game.

Ramon Foster – OTUniversity of Tennessee Notable: Roman’s brother Renardo is a tackle on the Atlanta Falcons and Renardo trained with Coach Marshall during the 2007 draft season. Ramon is rated among the top tackles in the draft and will play in the East West Shrine Game. He is attending the NFL Combine

Anthony Heygood -OLBPurdueNotable: Heygood had a great season as one of the top Linebackers in the Big Ten. He spent time at Ignition this summer training for his senior season. His former roommate Stanford Keglar of the Titans trained at Ignition last year.

Andrew Means – WRIndiana Notable: Means is a 2008 draft pick of the Cincinnati Reds. He played this season with the Rookie team in Billings, Mo. He will test the waters of the NFL and see if he can make a roster. He is extremely athletic and strong and will run well at testing day.

Greg Brown – DTIndiana Notable: Brown was a standout at Centerville High in Ohio and is a three year starter at IU.

Bobby Buchannon -SUniversity of LouisvilleNotable: Bobby is the brother of former NFL great Ray Buchannon. Coach Marshall coached Bobby during his freshman year at Louisville as well.

Eron Riley - WRDukeNotable: Eron is another guy who will impress on Pro Day. I expect high 4.3’s and 40 inch Vertical. Very productive at Duke and earned ALL ACC honors. Returned kicks in his career early on. Great size 6’3 205.

Cory Small - CBFlorida AtlanticNotable: First team All Conference at FAU and has great change of direction speed and tested out with the highest vertical of all players training.

Kalil El Amin – OG University of CincinnatiNotable: Big guy who should well for Offensive Tackles. He seems to be a great kid who is very precise in his drill work.

Fabian Martin - CBPurdueNotable: Reserve Cornerback and Special Teams standout at a Purdue. Could be the fastest player at Ignition. Fabian could run high 4.3 on the Pro Day.

Cory Benton – CPurdueNotable: Two year starter at Purdue. Very agile in his foot work and great athlete. He is strong but needs to add weight to his frame.

Brandon Blackmon – STennessee State UniversityNotable: Brandon is the nephew of Bengal Coach Ray Oliver. Played at Purdue as sophomore before transferring to TSU and playing. Loves the game and works extremely hard.