We combine football training and inspirational messages from former professional players FREE OF CHARGE to local student athletes. Some former NFL players who have served as Game Changers camp coaches include:
In high school William was named to the Rival-Net All-American Football Team which made him the top ranked running back in all the USA. He played his college football for Boston College University, where he was named the two time MVP and All-time top rusher. William was also named to the College All American Team, as the top rated running back in all college football. During the NFL draft William was ranked the number one running back on the board, and was chosen in the first round by the
Cleveland Browns. William achieved many accolades while in the NFL including Team MVP and runner-up for rookie of the year. Today, William is a full-time motivational speaker. He travels world wide captivating audiences of students and adults alike. William learned first hand that champions don’t give up they get up.
Wide Receiver, Stanford University
United States Football League (USFL; Oakland Invaders; 1983-55)
NFL (New Orleans Saints, 1980-81; Dallas Cowboys, 1985-87)
Senior Pastor at Overcomer Covenant Church, Auburn, Washington
1st Team All-American Receiver (1970), Senior Bowl MVP (1970),
Collegiate Offensive Player of the Year; Ring of Honor Recipient, Hall of Fame Inductee
and 3-sport Letterman (Baseball, Football & Track; NCAA Record) at Arizona State
University; 1st Round Draft Pick (1971; Buffalo Bills); NFL All-Pro and Pro-Bowl
Selection; Founder of Catch the Vision Ministry
Pac-10 Conference All-Pac Linebacker (1985/86)
Butkus Award Finalist, Defensive Player of the Year (1985/86)
University of Arizona Hall of Fame Inductee; Leading Tackler and Defensive Captain (1989)
Second Team All-NFL Honors (1990/92)
Honored as Member of “The Top 75” for the Philadelphia Eagles
Assistant Pastor at Shiloh Apostolic Church
Clarence Lee had the opportunity to play for the Dallas Cowboys and was part of the Florida State National Championship team in 1993. Clarence holds the bench press record both at Florida State and in the NFL with Dallas, where he set the record.
Ekom Udofia played with the San Francisco 49ers and New Orleans Saints. Prior to his professional career, he played at Stanford University, where he graduated.