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Wisconsin Freshman RB Jonathan Taylor is a Size/Speed Freak And a Legit Heisman Trophy Candidate

The 2017 college football season might go down as the year of the running back. In ESPN's most recent "Heisman Watch" poll, three of the top four p...

By: Brandon Hall

J.K. Dobbins, Ohio State's Electric Freshman RB, Has Mind-Blowing Workout Numbers

J.K. Dobbins is ready to become Ohio State's next superstar. A true freshman running back, Dobbins totaled 181 rushing yards during the Buckeyes' s...

By: Brandon Hall

Penn State RB Saquon Barkley Solidifies His Freak Athlete Status by Running and 4.30 40 and Benching 225 30 Times

Saquon Barkley continues to prove that he's one of the rarest athletes college football has ever seen. The 5-foot-11, 223-pound Penn State running ...

By: Brandon Hall

287-Pound Michigan Sophomore Rashan Gary Ran a 4.57 40-Yard Dash

Rashan Gary was the No. 1 high school recruit in the class of 2016. As a true freshman for the Michigan Wolverines last season, Gary totaled 23 tac...

By: Brandon Hall

Purdue's Caleb Swanigan Weighed Almost 400 Pounds in 8th Grade, Is Now the Best Player in the Big 10

In an NCAA season dominated by phenomenal freshmen like Lonzo Ball and Markelle Fultz, Caleb Swanigan has flown under the radar. That's a travesty....

By: Brandon Hall

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Devin Harris, guard for the New Jersey Nets, talks about his training transformation from high school to college and how he trains during the course of the 82-game NBA regular season.

Why Devin Harris Stayed In State for School

Former University of Wisconsin basketball standout Devin Harris reflects on the excitement of being recruited by Division I schools and explains why he chose the in-state Badgers over other warm weather destinations.

Mario Manningham: Making Sacrifices

New York Giants WR Mario Manningham explains why he chose to train in Cleveland and what skills he needed to improve for the NFL Combine.

Mario Manningham Falling Starts

Former University of Michigan wideout Mario Manningham performs the Falling Starts to improve his time in the 40-yard dash for the NFL Combine, with coaching by Tim Robertson, Jr.

Mario Manningham Pro Agility Drill

New York Giants WR Mario Manningham develops his technique in the Pro Agility Drill with coaching by Tim Robertson Jr.