Lo Wood is the CEO and President of Excel Speed & Fitness Training, LLC and former High School and Collegiate Athlete who has dedicated his life to developing young athletes into successful athletes and scholars. Lo has been with Football University for many years and is one of our Head Coaches at multiple camps throughout the country.
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2014 - All-PSAC West First Team
2014 - Don Hansen All-Super Region One Third Team
2013 - All-PSAC West First Team
2013 - Don Hansen All-Super Region One Third Team
2012 - PSAC West Freshman of the Year
2012 - All-PSAC West First Team
2012 - Don Hansen All-Super Region One Third Team
Played in 51 games for the Knights and recorded 151 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, two interceptions, 10 passes defended and two forced fumbles.
Earned a varsity letter after starting all 12 games at MIK linebacker. Named All-Pac-12 honorable mention. Second on team with 80 tackles, tied for 16th-most in the Pac-12 Conference, made 8.5 tackles-for-loss, tied for third on team. Made three sacks and recovered one fumble.
Michael Pierre Jones was born July 31, 1990. His father, Aaron Jones Sr., played in the NFL with the New England Patriots, Miami Dolphins and Pittsburgh Steelers as a defensive end and linebacker. University of Michigan Football, Western Michigan Football.
Founder. Orlando native. President and Commissioner of South Central Athletic Association. Former NFL player with Pittsburgh, New England and Miami. Defensive lineman in the State of Florida and 7th in the country coming out of Edgewater High School.
Wide Receiver at University of Notre Dame 1990-1994. WR at Atlanta Falcons 1994. Edmonton Eskimos, CFL 1996. Asst. Football Coach, Wide Receivers, Special Teams at Oak Ridge High School, Orlando, FL. Head Coach at Colonial High School, Orladno, FL.
The native of Port Orange, FL was a standout linebacker at Spruce Creek High School and the #53 outside linebacker in the nation by Rivals.com. As a senior, he had 90 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, and seven sacks and was also the team captain.
Aaron Jones, Jr.
5 star All-American, played with NFL superstars like Adrian Peterson, Ted Gin, Alan Branch, and Demario Pressley. Aaron Jones named #1 Defensive Lineman in the State of Florida in 2004. Chose FSU over Mia and Georgia.
Coach. Quarterback Nation.
An American track and field athlete. Represented the USA at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, where she won a gold medal in the 4x400 metres relay for her contribution in the preliminary round.