Phoeniz, AZ (PRWEB) September 13, 2012
Former pro football strong safety, Toby Wright, who played nine (9) seasons in the NFL set up a program to build and develop young athletes that were living in underserved communities. The Anderson brothers moved out of East St. Louis to Tempe and developed their skills around their speed to be both the fastest candidates in the country for a spot on an NFL team.
Twin Brothers Victor and Vincent Anderson were kids that attended the training camps that Toby's charity offer. Today Victor and Vincent both run 4.26 forty yard dashes, which is considered in the top speed for that distance in the country. The brothers are also twins from East St. Louis, Illinois. They transcended the dealings that the inner city can bring and are now developing speed, hand and eye coordination for the numerous professional athletes that train at Authority Fitness. "If you compare the Anderson Twins to the other players in the NFL today...Michael Wallace, Chris Johnson, and former Raven Jermaine Lewis who had two touch downs in the Super Bowl, the Twins are exceptional because of their size. They run 4.26 forty yard dashes consistently, they are also 6 feet tall and 215 pound," Richard Victor Mahee, Mahvrick.
There is currently no one in the NFL that is their size and speed. "Every time they have been on the clock they have consistently clocked sub 4.3 forty yard dashes," says Toby Wright. Most of the players that touch the sub 4.4 forty yard dash range are 170 pounds. The Anderson twins are both speaking to agents and marketing firms that have positioned themselves to sign the bona fide athletes. Victor is poised to play in the UFL, but has been approached by several agents talking to NFL teams. Toby has spent time mentoring the twins since they were in High School. Whatever direction the decide to commit to they no doubt will be among the fastest players in the NFL.
(Mahvrick) (Players Authority) (Authority Fitness)