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1 Football to Wrestling A GREAT COMBINATION! Blue Springs Wildcat Wrestling

2 Winterize our Football Team "I love having wrestlers that play football because wrestling brings about a certain toughness that no other sport matches. Give me a team with a lot of wrestlers on it and well be the toughest team around." Kelly Donohoe- Blue Springs Head Football Coach Fall 2009

3 Influence of Wrestling in the NFL 10 Hall of Fame Football Players 43 Multiple Pro-Bowlers 60 Individual State Championships 13 NCAA Wrestling Championships 3 Heisman Trophy Winners Wrestled 141 st Round Draft Picks Wrestled 23 RBs / 20 LBs / 2 QBs / 66 Lineman / 6 DBs / 1 K / 54 NP

4 Professional Coaches Perspective I draft wrestlers because they are tough, I have never had a problem with a wrestler. - Joe Gibbs, Hall of fame Football Coach "I would have all of my Offensive Lineman wrestle if I could. - John Madden, Hall of Fame Football Coach

5 The College Coaches Perspective I love wrestlers, they are tough and they make great football players. -Mike Stoops, NCAA National Championship Football Coach - University of Oklahoma. Wrestlers make coaching football easy, they have balance, coordination, and as a coaching staff we know theyre tough. - Tom Osborne, College Hall of Fame Football Coach - University of Nebraska

6 NFL Pros With Wrestling Background Football Player WRESTLERStephan Neal - Football Player WRESTLER Signed by the Patriots July 23, 2001. Did not play football in college, instead was a The 6-foot-4-inch, 305-pound offensive championship wrestler at Cal State-Bakersfield. lineman has played in 34 games 31 starts. His record 156-10 and two NCAA Division I titles Recorded the longest current consecutive In 1999, Neal won the Dan Hodge Award - starts streak on the Patriots offensive line. ( known as the Heisman Trophy of wrestling) Lineman for the World Champion Patriots FILA World Champion Wrestler for USA Football Player WRESTLERRay Lewis - Football Player WRESTLER Seven-time Pro Bowler Florida State 4A Wrestling Champion 2-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year 189 lb. weight class Super Bowl XXXV MVP Credits wrestling as the training Arguably the greatest LB in NFL history. ground for his prolific football career. Football Player WRESTLERCarlton Haselrig - Football Player WRESTLER Signed by the Pittsburg Steelers. Did not play football in college, instead became The 6-foot-1-inch, 295-pound Pro-Bowl the only Six-time NCAA Championship wrestler. Offensive Lineman

7 Some of the Big Names Lincoln " Drew " Hodgdon, C, Houston Texans - CA State Champ Roddy White, WR, Atlanta Falcons - 2x SC State Champ 1st Round Pick Mike Patterson DT, Philadelphia Eagles 1st Round Pick Rhonde Barber, SS, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tiki Barber, RB, New York Giants Roger Craig*, RB, San Francisco 49ers Curley Culp*, DL, Kansas City Chiefs NCAA Champ Larry Czonka**, RB, Miami Dolphins Carl Edwards, San Diego Chargers 3x MD State Champ Jim Everett, QB, New Orleans Saints Bo Jackson*, RB, Oakland Raiders Ronnie Lott**, DB, San Francisco 49ers Jim Nance, FB, New England Patriots NCAA Champ Lorenzo Neal, FB, Tennessee Titans - NCAA Champ Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh Steelers PA State Champ Warren Sapp*, DT Tampa Bay Buccaneers FL State Champ Cory Schlesinger, LB, Detroit Lions - NE State Champ Steve Sefter, DT, Philadelphia Eagles, 2x PA State Champ & NCAA All- American Bruce Smith**, DE, Washington Redskins Adam Vinatieri*, K, New England Patriots Charles White*, HB, Los Angeles Rams Randy White*, DT, Dallas Cowboys Jim Thorpe**, HB, New York Giants Ricky Williams*, RB, Miami Dolphins

8 Just A Few More Names Shane Olivea Alex Stepanovich Nick Leckey - TX State Champ Gregory Walker - State Finalist Jonathan Condo Zachary Wilson Chris Laskowski Luis Castillo, DT, San Diego Chargers (First Round Pick) Lincoln "Drew" Hodgdon, C, Houston Texans - CA State Champ Nick Hardwick Fred Weary, C, Houston Texans - AL State Champ Coy Wire, SS, Buffalo Bills - PA State Champ Kevin Breedlove - SC State Finalist Kevin Sampson - NJ State Champ Benjamin Claxton - GA State Finalist Trevor Johnson Clinton "C.J." Brooks, Jr. Tai Tupai Leon Robinson - GA State Runner-Up Roddy White, WR, Atlanta Falcons - 2x State Champ (1st Round Pick) Eric Ghiaciuc, C, Cincinatti Bengals - MI State Champ Joey Hildbold Adam Seward, ILB, Carolina Panthers - NV State Champ Cody Johnson Rodney Michael Marques Harris - CO State Champ Larry Turner Andrew "Tyler" Lenda - District Champ Tim Anderson - OH State Champ Tony Pape Matt Roth - IA State Champ Mike Patterson, DT, Philadelphia Eagles (First Round Pick) David Pollack Tim Burrough - OK State Champ Antoineo Harris - IL State Champ Claude Harriott Scott Wells - TN State Champ Alex Lewis - District Champ Ronnie Brown, RB, Miami Dolphins (#2 Pick) Rodney Leisle Nick Newton Sean Tufts Brian Save Kevin Atkins Josh Minkins - District Runner-up Tim Euhus Andrew Tidwell-Neal - MN State Champ Renaldo Works Patrick "Bucky" Babcock - IL State Champ Morgan Pears Art Baker, RB, Buffalo Bills Rhonde Barber, SS, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tiki Barber, RB, New York Giants Walter Barnes, DL, Washington Redskins - SEC Champ Eric Bateman, OL, New York Jets Harris Benton Brad Benson, New York Giants – PA State Champ Greg Boone, RB, Oakland Raiders Jeff Bostic*, C, Washington Redskins – SC State Champ Tedy Bruschi*, ILB, New England Patriots Bob Bruenig*, LB, Dallas Cowboys Phil Bryant, Philadelphia Eagles – 2x National Prep Champ Ralph Cindrich, Houston Oilers – PA State Runner-Up Jonathan Condo, LS, Dallas Cowboys - PA State Champ,PA State Champ Tom Cousineau*, LB, Cleveland Browns – 3rd State Tom Covert*, OT, Chicago Bears Chris Cooley, WR, Washington Redskins Roger Craig*, RB, San Francisco 49ers Damien Covington, LB, Buffalo Bills Curley Culp*, DL, Kansas City Chiefs – NCAA Champ Larry Czonka**, RB, Miami Dolphins Rob Davis, ST, Green Bay Packers Dan Dierdorff**, OT, St. Louis Cardinals Donnie Edwards, OLB, San Diego Chargers Carl Edwards, San Diego Chargers – 3x MD State Champ Rob Essink, Seattle Seahawks – NCAA DII Champ Jim Everett, QB, New Orleans Saints DeMarco Farr, St. Louis Rams Patrick Flannery, OL, Houston Oilers Ed Flanagan, C, Detroit Lions Terrell Fletcher, RB, San Diego Chargers Bill Fralic*, G, Atlanta Falcons Doug France*, LT, Los Angeles Rams – OH State Runner-Up Frank Garcia, C, St. Louis Rams – 2x AZ State Champ William George, Chicago Bears – 2x PA State Champ Charlie Getty, RG, Kansas City Chiefs – 2x NCAA All-American John Gilmore, TE, Chicago Bears Kevin Glover*, C, Detroit Lions LaRoi Glover*, DE, Dallas Cowboys Mike Goff, G, Cincinnati Bengals Bob Golic*, DT, Cleveland Browns – OH State Champ Mike Golic, DE, Philadelphia Eagles Darien Gordon, PR/CB, Denver Broncos Scottie Graham, RB, Minnesota Vikings Tim Green, DE, Atlanta Falcons Kelly Gregg, NT, Baltimore Ravens, 3x KS State Champ Morlon Greenwood, OLB, Miami Dolphins Archie Griffin, HB, Cincinnati Bengals Nick Griesen, LB, New York Giants Randy Grossman, TE, Pittsburgh Steelers John Hannah**, G, New England Patriots John Hartunian Carlton Haselrig*, Pittsburgh Steelers, 3x NCAA Champ Ron Heller, TE, Seattle Seahawks Chad Hennings, DT, Dallas Cowboys – IA State Champ Jay Hilgenberg*, C, Chicago Bears – IA State Runner-Up Orlando Huff, MLB, Seattle Seahawks Corey Hulsy, G, Oakland Raiders Bo Jackson*, RB, Oakland Raiders Mario Johnson, DT, New England Patriots Dahanie Jones, LB, New York Giants Henry Jordan**, DT, Green Bay Packers Dave Joyner, OL, Green Bay Packers John Jurkovich*, DT, Cleveland Browns Alex Karras, Detroit Lions Tim Krumrie*, DL, Cincinnati Bengals – WI State Champ Ernie Ladd, DL, Kansas City Chiefs Nick Lecky, C, - KS State Champ (in 2004 NFL Draft) Jess Lewis, LB, Houston Oilers Ray Lewis*, Baltimore Ravens – 2x FL State Champ Ronnie Lott**, DB, San Francisco 49ers Kirk Lowdermilk*, OL, Minnesota VikingsNCAA DII Champ Sean Mahan, G, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mike Malczyk, LS, New York Giants Joel Mackavicka, RB, Seattle Seahawks Steve Martin, DT, Houston Texans Mickey Marvin, RG, Oakland Raiders Napolean McCallum, RB, Oakland Raiders Randle McDaniel*, G, Minnesota Vikings Mark McDonald, SS, Arizona Cardinals Chris McIntosh, T, Seattle Seahawks Bryant McKinnie, T. Minnesota Vikings Greg Meisner, DL, Los Angeles Rams Matt Millen*, LB, Oakland Raiders Ronald Moore, RB, Cleveland Browns James Mungro, HB, Indianapolis Colts Jim Nance, FB, New England Patriots – NCAA Champ Lorenzo Neal, FB, Tennessee Titans - NCAA Champ Stephen Neal, OL, New England Patriots – NCAA Champ Jeremy Newberry, C, San Francisco 49ers Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh Steelers – PA State Champ Leo Nomellini*, T, San Francisco 49ers – Big 10 Champ Jonathan Ogden*, OT, Baltimore Ravens Irv Pankey, Los Angeles Rams – 2x MD State Champ David Patten, WR, New England Patriots Scott Peters, G, New York Giants Bob Pickens, OL, Chicago Bears Jim Plunkett*, QB, Oakland Raiders Dave Porter, T, Green Bay Packers Mike Pyle, C, Chicago Bears – IA State Champ Rocky Rasley, G, Detroit Lions Mike Reid, Cincinnati Bengals Eric Rhett, RB, Cleveland Browns – FL State Champ Willie Roaf*, OT, New Orleans Saints Warren Sapp*, DT Tampa Bay Buccaneers – FL State Champ Mark Schlereth*, OL, Washington Redskins - Alaska State Champ Cory Schlesinger, LB, Detroit Lions - NE State Champ Steve Sefter, DT, Philadelphia Eagles, 2x PA State Champ & NCAA All-American Tony Siragusa*, DT, Baltimore Ravens – NJ State Champ Fred Smerlas*, Buffalo Bills - MA State Champ Bruce Smith**, DE, Washington Redskins Brad St. Louis, TE, Cincinnati Bengals Matt Suhey, RB, Chicago Bears Bill Szott, OL, Washington Redskins – NJ State Champ Dave Szott, Kansas City Chiefs – NJ State Champ Woody Thompson, RB, Atlanta Falcons – PA State Champ Jim Thorpe**, HB, New York Giants Mike Trgovac, DC, Carolina Panthers – OH State Champ Kyle Turley*, T, St. Louis Rams Ryan Turnbull, RB, Cleveland Browns Tommy Vardell, RB, San Francisco 49ers Adam Vinatieri*, K, New England Patriots John Ward, OL, New York Jets – NCAA All-American Fred Weary, DB, St. Louis Rams Charles White*, HB, Los Angeles Rams Randy White*, DT, Dallas Cowboys Cory Widmer, LB, New York Giants Leo Wisniewski, NT, Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts - PA State Champ Steve Wisniewski, G, Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders - CA State Champ Ricky Williams*, RB, Miami Dolphins Coy Wire, LB, Buffalo Bills – PA State Runner-Up Greg Wojochowski, St. Louis Rams

9 Hall Of Famers Who Wrestled Chuck Chuck Noll Ronnie Ronnie Lott Jim Jim Thorpe Larry Larry Czonka A decade from now will you be inducted as a member Blue Springs Hall of Fame?

10 Multiple Pro-Bowlers Who Wrestled Chad Hennings Tedy Bruschi Ricky Williams Bo Jackson

11 Curley Culp – Kansas City Chiefs "Every center in the league should have to go against Curley in order to know what its like to go against the very best. NFL Hall of Fame Center Jim Otto claimed, "Curley Culp was perhaps the strongest man I ever lined up against." Culp was once reported to have broken the helmets of three teammates during a scrimmage at Arizona State University. Culp had tremendous leverage to go with his massive strength and superior quickness. Culp attended college at Arizona State University he played both offensive lineman then moved to the defensive side. Culp was named First-team All-American. Culp was the NCAA heavyweight wrestling champion in 1967. Culp was a member of the 1968 U.S. Olympic wrestling team.

12 Crossover Skills Many of the positions and skills are absolutely transferable between both sports Some of those skills include but are not limited to footwork, hand-eye coordination, mental toughness, explosive movements, and balance Learning the ability to beat the man in front of you can not be ignored. "We believe of all the competitive sports that our players can participate in, it's wrestling where we find the most transferable football skills are reinforced. Kelly Donohoe- Blue Springs Head Football Coach

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17 Be a builder in the construction of The traversable skills relationship between wrestling and football are documented. There are many legends in both sports who have proved it. Hall of fame football coaches and players espouse the benefits of wrestling for football players. Football+Wrestling=Success X 2 Become a part of the connection A SCHOOL of CHAMPIONS…

18 Football + Wrestling = Success X 2 Keep our teams training together all year! Together we will advance personal growth bonded by common training and shared competitive experiences. Together in the weight room year round we will produce CHAMPIONS ON AND OFF THE GRIDIRON AND THE MAT.

19 Football + Wrestling = Success X 2 It is our goal to compliment each others programs. Blue Springs Football and Wrestling have seen a tremendous amount of success working together and presenting a united philosophy of hard work and learning basic skills. Mike Hagety, Head Wrestling Coach Blue Springs

20 One example of many! Jaron Baston Defensive Captain Defensive Captain University of Missouri University of Missouri Jaron Baston All State High School Football Player All State High School Football Player Blue Springs High School Blue Springs High School State Champion Heavyweight Wrestler State Champion Heavyweight Wrestler Blue Springs High School Blue Springs High School

21 More of the same!!! Check this out …. 32 Professional Football Teams 53 Man Rosters 185 Wrestlers in the NFL Many of the very best NFL players have a wrestling background some of them are Hall of Fame inductees Dom Bradley Former Wildcat Football Player Former Wildcat 3X State Champion Currently Junior World Team Champion

22 Stance, Motion, Level Change, Penetration Step FUNDAMENTALS EVERYDAY Three Months of Constant Improvement of Fundamental Skills and Toughness Training! Blue Springs Strong Basics…

23 GENERAL INFORMATION …Make sure your parents receive this information! *Practice begins Monday, October 31 st …NOTE we dont have school that day but will have practice. Be at the wrestling room at 2:30! You will receive all practice gear at that time. *We will do your practice gear laundry for you every day! *You will eventually need a pair of wrestling shoes www.bluechipwrestling.com however for the present time tennis shoes would work. You must not wear them outside the wrestling room *Football players do not need a physical form *Practice will run from 3:00pm daily on Monday through Friday *Freshman are to ride the bus over from the Freshman Center daily *Practices will finish at approximately 5:00pm daily *Please visit http://www.ihigh.com/bluespringswrestling/ for additional information Parent Meeting: Tuesday, November 8 th in Commons Area 6:00pm (more info to follow) Everyone gets a chance to compete! We have Varsity/Junior Varsity and Freshman level competitions. Every wrestler will wrestle competitions. No one sits the bench! www.bluechipwrestling.comhttp://www.ihigh.com/bluespringswrestling/ BUILDING CHAMPIONS IN LIFE ONE DAY AT A TIME! Blue Springs Wrestling State Champions 2011


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