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We are proud of the success of all XST athletes. We have been working with athletes of all ages who are committed to improving
Some of our recent success stories include:
Geoff is a Pittsburgh State graduate who trained with Pat in preparation for his tryout with the Canadian Football League Hamilton
Tiger-Cats. He had a successful first year starting at Defensive Back. He was nominated for rookie of the year. Geoff accumulated
39 tackles, 4 interceptions, with one returned for a 60 yard touchdown, and a fumble return for 87 yard touchdown. Geoff currently in his 5th season with the Montreal Allouettes. He just recently signed a contract making him the highest paid DB in the CFL.
JíNathan Bullock Ė Pat was selected to train and prepare the CSU basketball player for his workouts with professional football scouts.
JíNathan had an impressive basketball career including being12th all time in scoring with 1,238 points. He was first team All Horizon
League and was a key player in CSUís return to the NCAA playoffs. JíNathan wants to return to football and play professionally as
a tight end. Read about his preparation and his pro day results.
Nate is training with Pat in preparation for pro day workouts. He played his college football at Mount Union where, as a
running back, he set many NCAA records. This includes all time career rushing yards of 8,074 and 130 touchdowns.
Desmond, a Western Michigan University graduate, trained with Pat this winter in advance of his pro day workout. Desmond
was signed as a rookie free agent with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and will report to rookie camp in May.
Shawn is a Kent State University graduate who trained with Pat in 2008 before being acquired by the Texas Copper Heads
of the AFL-2 where he was the starting guard and tight end. He will be playing this year with the Mahoning Valley Thunder as the starting
In addition to these college athletes moving into the professional leagues Pat has had significant success with high school athletes
who are looking to continue their careers in college. There are numerous examples of these athletes including:
2009 Division 2 state champion in girls high school basketball from Hathaway Brown High School. She finished her college career at Wright State University.