NFL Prospects Excel at Combine, Prepare for NFL Draft at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex

Potential first round selections P.J. Williams, Jordan Phillips, Jalen Collins and Eli Harold headline a class of elite NFL prospects training with Tom Shaw at Disney

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (Feb. 24, 2015) – Former college football stars such as defensive back P.J. Williams (Florida State), defensive tackle Jordan Phillips (Oklahoma), defensive back Jalen Collins (LSU) and defensive end Eli Harold (Virginia) trained at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in preparation for the NFL Scouting Combine and have returned to prepare for the NFL Draft beginning on April 30.

Working with renowned performance coach Tom Shaw, the four potential first round selections headline another group of NFL draft prospects. Also participating in this year’s training are linebacker Ramik Wilson (Georgia), defensive end Corey Crawford (Clemson), running back Karlos Williams (Florida State) and tight end Gerald Christian (Louisville).

Current NFL players such as cornerback Kyle Wilson (New York Jets), cornerback Tony Carter (Denver Broncos), cornerback Ike Taylor (Pittsburgh Steelers), linebacker Marquis Flowers (Cincinnati Bengals) and wide receiver Santonio Holmes (free agent) have returned for offseason training while MLB athletes such as outfielder Carlos Gonzalez (Colorado Rockies) and second baseman Martin Prado (Miami Marlins) have already departed for their respective Spring Training workouts.

Shaw has more than 25 years of experience in performance training for pro football, baseball, basketball and soccer players, including some of the biggest names in the NFL (Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Calvin Johnson, etc.). In all, Shaw has worked with 142 first round NFL selections, nine No. 1 overall picks and 10 Super Bowl MVPs. He has trained elite NFL prospects in Central Florida since 2006.

Media interested in speaking to Tom Shaw and/or players should contact Cody Norman with Disney Sports Public Relations at cody.x.norman.-nd@disney.com.

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