Thomas Everett

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Thomas Everett is a former American football safety in the National Football League. Thomas played nine seasons for three teams (Pittsburgh Steelers 1987–1991, Dallas Cowboys 1992–1993, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1994–1995).  As a member of the Dallas Cowboys he helped Dallas win 2 of their 3 Super Bowls in 1992 & 1993, both against the Buffalo Bills, and also in 1993 he made the Pro Bowl. In his extensive carrier as pro-athlete, Athletic Development Coach, Trainer and Performance Specialist Thomas specializes in helping athletes and general population clients to achieve their athletic and fitness goals which enables the athlete to perform at high competitive levels in the field/court sport they’ve chosen to participate, and enables the general population client to gain and sustain a level of fitness to live a higher quality of life.

Thomas holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education/Health from Baylor University, he is Certified Functional Strength Coach, Certified Speed and Agility Coach and long time member of National Youth Sports Coaches Association. One of his passions is working with and supporting College Football. In 2016 he was honored to present 2016 Jim Thorpe Award to the winner, Adoree Jackson of USC. Thomas attended Baylor University where he won the Jim Thorpe Award as the top defensive back in college football over 30 years ago.

Year Position Description
2006-Present Athletic Development Coach, Trainer, Performance Specialist AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Speed Development, Acceleration & Deceleration, Maximal & Top End Speed, Change of Direction Speed & Agility,Speed Endurance & Energy Systems,
Explosive Strength and Power,Plyometrics and Jump Training,Muscle Recovery and Regeneration,Dynamic/Active Flexibility & Mobility,
Injury Prevention and much much more
Education and Training
Baylor University
Bachelor of Science (BS), Health and Physical Education/Fitness
Career Highlights
2× All-SWC (1985, 1986)
2× Southwest Conference Defensive Player of the Year (1985, 1986)
Southwest Conference Athlete of the Year (1986)
Consensus All-American (1986)
Jim Thorpe Award (1986)
Pro Bowl (1993)
2× Super Bowl champion (XXVII, XXVIII)

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