Texas tight end is ProspectFIT Athlete of the Year


RICHMOND, Texas — This time last year, Tanner Nehls was just hoping for a chance to play NCAA Division-3 football.

nehls, tanner mugAs a high school junior, Nehls was a pulling guard who was crafty about not getting caught holding. He weighed less than 190 pounds soaking wet, and ran a 5-something 40.

It seemed like even D3 football might be a long shot.

With National Signing Day less than two weeks from today, the senior TE from Travis High School in Richmond Texas now faces an entirely different problem.

A problem, that is, if you believe in nice problems to have. The new problem is which college football program to choose.

nehls, tanner vertThis month alone, Nehls has entertained five Division-1 FCS scholarship offers from a list of colleges that includes Stony Brook University (NY), Wagner University (NY), Midwestern State University (TX). His physical development has made all the difference.

And that development has earned him ProspectFIT Athlete of the Year honors for 2009.

Nehls (6-foot-2, 232 pounds) is bigger and stronger, and he’s improved his 40 time to 4.7 seconds.

That’s right. One year. A gain of nearly 50 pounds. An improvement of nearly half a second on his 40 time.

That’s the difference ProspectFIT can make for a player dedicated to developing and improving, a player committed to growing into opportunities at the next level.

And the difference is real.

Of the nearly 100 athletes training in the ProspectFIT system prior to its merger with Quarterback Academy in 2009, the high school football players in the program all exceeded 25 pounds of growth. Many of them saw even greater development.

It all comes down to success following commitment to development, both in terms of nutrition and training.

Here’s how you can take the first step toward making the ProspectFIT difference pay off for you:

  • Click here and here for more information about the ProspectFIT program.

And email the following information to ProspectFIT@gmail.com so QBA coaches can contact you to start the process:

  • Your name
  • Your athlete’s name (high school or junior high, male or female, any scholarship sport)
  • Your contact information.

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