Posts Tagged ‘Jayron Hosley’

Congratulations Tony Villani and XPE Sports!

May 7, 2012

Sportrait.me, the #1 social network for all sports from football… basketball… to surfing and soccer – wants to congratulate Tony Villani founder of XPE Sports.Tony is a world-renowned trainer known for his unmatched ability to make any… and every athlete he trains faster, more explosive than they’ve ever imagined.

Tony Villani and the XPE athletes  preparing for the 2012 NFL Draft!

ESPN touts,

It is ‘no accident’ the athletes Tony works with become the cream of the crop year in and year out.  He puts every athlete he trains through the world-class XPE Training Program that he perfected.

It includes a rigorous physical training program that maximizes speed… develops explosive power… lightning-fast quickness… and increases endurance no one will out-last.

Among the athletes Tony Villani has had the pleasure to work with, side-by-side, include the likes of:

  • Super Bowl Champion & Pro Bowl WR Jermaine Lewis
  • 2-times World Series Champion & Playoff MVP Craig Counsell
  •  World Series MVP… 2-time All-Star… MLB manager Bucky Dent
  • And tennis superstar Ivan Lendl

Tony’s XPE Training Program has numerous references and endorsements that go unmatched.  He has been feature on NFL InsiderESPNUSA TODAY… CBSPORTSLINE.com just to name a few.

To date, he has trained more than a combined 70 World Champions and 1st Round Draft picks…

XPE Sports NFL Draft Class 2012

Round

Athlete

School

NFL Team

1 #10

Stephon Gilmore

South Carolina

Buffalo Bills

1 #16

Quentin Coples

North Carolina

NY Jets

2

Derek Wolfe

Cincinnati

Denver Broncos

2

Zach Brown

North Carolina

Tennessee Titans

2

Levonte David

Nebraska

Tampa Bay Bucs

2

Casey Hayward

Vanderbilt

Green Bay Packers

3

Devier Posey

Ohio State

Houston Texans

3

Brandon Taylor

LSU

San Diego Chargers

3

Jayron Hosley

Virginia Tech

NY Giants

4

Travis Benjamin

Miami

Cleveland Browns

4

Nigel Bradham

Florida State

Buffalo Bills

4

Coty Sensabaugh

Clemson

Tennessee Titans

4

Orson Charles

Georgia

Cincinnati Bengals

5

Rokevious Watkins

South Carolina

St. Louis Rams

7

Trevor Guyton

California

Minnesota Vikings

Since its inception, Sportrait has been relentless in its pursuit to bridge the gap between young athletes and their dreams of taking their game to the Next level.

To make it to the next level in sports in today’s world many times it isn’t enough to just be a great player.

There are countless variables that can make or break the future for many athletes… so rather than sitting idly by, waiting for that phone call… that recruitment letter in the mail… that visit from the school of your dreams… or that all illusive sponsorship… Act NOW and become an aggressive advocate for yourself, your child, or any athlete you see promise in.

Sometimes the difference between receiving any of the above mentioned once-in-a-lifetime opportunities and having your dreams crushed is as simple as having the proper network in place providing for your maximum exposure.

This is where Sportrait comes in…

Sportrait provides a one-of-a-kind social media platform allowing its members to create a unique profile of themselves.

This recruiting breakthrough enables users to cut through much of the ‘red-tape’ and political jockeying that has become the harsh reality in today’s sports.

We’ve seen time and time again some of the best athletes in the country fail to make it to the next level, not due to their abilities, but because they lacked “connections” (an insider that has the ‘right’ persons ear).

Sportrait has teamed up with many of the most respected people in the sports world today.

And through these relationships have gained traction among colleges… professional organizations of all sorts… and a laundry list of the best sponsors.

Relying on traditional means to reach the next level is like playing roulette – and if you’re anything like me, you don’t gamble when it comes to your future… or your child’s future.

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Jayron Hosley from Virginia Tech Supports the Sportrait.me Project

September 13, 2011

Jayron Hosley from Va Tech

The Sportrait Team would like to introduce Jayron Hosley from the Virginia Tech football team. Jayron is a proud member of Sportrait.me who leads by example both on and off the field. His work ethic and determination on the field and in the classroom have aided him into being one of the top student athletes in the Nation.

Jayron is the first College athlete to join the Sportrait.me project both as a supporter and an example for all young talented kids. Follow Jayron’s season as the Hookies contend for the ACC and National Titles.

2010: Started 13 games, contributing 39 tackles, nine interceptions, and eight passes broken up … Turned in three tackles during the opener with Boise State … Played every defensive down against JMU … Posted four tackles, a break up and an interception against Boston College … Won national honors after posting six tackles, four pass break ups and three interceptions at NC State … Was also named the ACC’s Defensive Back of the Week after the NCSU game … Clinched the win with his final interception, which he returned 42 yards to set up an insurance touchdown … Returned a punt 80 yards for a touchdown against Central Michigan … Posted four tackles, one for a loss, and turned in a 58-yard punt return in the Wake Forest game … Had a 61-yard punt return against Duke and intercepted a pass … Picked off two more passes during the fourth quarter of the UNC game to earn ACC weekly honors again … Collected nine tackles and posted a crucial fourth-quarter interception and 32-yard return at Miami … Returned a kickoff 50 yards in the Virginia game … wordordAdded a 34-yard return and a pair of tackles in the ACC Championship Game … Intercepted a pass and broke up another throw during the Orange Bowl game with Stanford … Had a personal-best 36 1/2-inch vertical jump during off-season workouts … Turned in seven tackles, including a sack, during the first full scrimmage of the spring … Had two tackles behind the line and blocked a field goal in the third scrimmage … Returned a punt 61 yards for a touchdown during the Maroon-White game … Won the Coaches Award as the defensive player who had an exceptional spring.

2009: Saw action in every game … Had 11 tackles, two pass breakups, a sack and one quarterback hurry in limited defensive work … Became the first freshman to return a punt for a touchdown under head coach Frank Beamer with his 64-yard return against Marshall … Averaged 11.2 yards with 348 yards on 31 returns … Picked up nine plays on special teams in the opening game, returning a punt 11 yards against Alabama … Returned a punt 64 yards for a touchdown against Marshall … Also played 12 plays at corner with two tackles, a tackle for loss and a pass breakup … Worked 11 special team plays and had a punt return for six yards against Nebraska … Was in on 12 special team plays against Miami with one tackle … Returned two punts for seven yards at Duke … Made two tackles and hurried the quarterback once while playing 20 defensive downs against Boston College … Saw special team action on eight plays at Georgia Tech … Returned four punts for 31 yards against UNC … Returned a punt 33 yards at ECU … Had four returns for 55 yards in the game … Picked up 86 yards on six returns during the Maryland game with a long return of 24 yards … Also got nine snaps at corner posting a pair of tackles … Returned a punt for 11 yards and played four plays at corner against NC State … Worked briefly on defense at Virginia and also returned a punt for 24 yards … Saw action at corner against Tennessee in the Chick-fil-A Bowl … Contributed a sack and three tackles … Also returned three punts for 42 yards … Had the fourth-best 10-yard dash time on the team (1.63) during off-season workouts … Slowed by hamstring during early spring practices … Had six tackles and a punt return for 21 yards in the fourth scrimmage of the spring … Had a tackle and two punt returns for 20 yards during the Maroon-White game.

High School: An All-America cornerback for Coach Andre Thaddies … Rated the No. 11 cornerback in the country and the 25th overall prospect in Florida by Rivals … Ranked the No. 22 cornerback nationally by ESPN.com’s recruiting service … Listed as the No. 57 player in the state of Florida by SuperPrep … APrepStar All-American … A member of the Rivals250 Team … Named to PrepStar’s All-Atlantic Region Team as a defensive back … A member of SuperPrep’s All-Dixie Team … A three-year starter for Atlantic … Had 37 tackles and five interceptions as a senior … On offense, had 15 catches for 300 yards and five touchdowns … Also had five special teams scores (three punt return, two kickoff return) … Missed Atlantic’s regional semifinal playoff game, which turned out to be the team’s only loss of the season.

Personal: Jayron Todd Hosley … Born 9/18/90 in Boynton Beach, FL … Son of Beverly Hosley … Enrolled in apparel, housing and resource management (consumer studies).

Jayron Hosley and fellow Sportrait Supporter Roc Carmichael Celebrating together! Roc is now a member of the Houston Texans