D1 Sports Training


Monday, April 12, 2010

Durrell Barry, Kavell Conner, and Robert Livingston training at D1 Greenville

Durrell Barry is a former Clemson University football player that recently came to D1 to work with strength and speed coach, Steve Marsh, in preparation of his upcoming pro day. Durrell Barry is a native of North Charleston, SC and decided to become a Clemson Tiger where he would continue his football career. Joining the Clemson Football team as a Tight End in 2005, Barry made his career highlight at the 2006 Music City Bowl game against Kentucky when he caught a 32 yard pass, one of just two tight ends to catch a touchdown pass in a bowl game since 1985. Wrapping up his last season as a Tiger, Barry hopes to find himself playing in the NFL this upcoming season. At Clemson's Pro Day. Barry had 25 reps of 225lb and ran a 4.58 40 yd dash. He was pleased with his performance at his pro day and now waits for what is to come for his future as an NFL tight end.

Kavell Conner finished his time as a Clemson Tiger outside linebacker with 313 tackles for his career. Connor had a major part in Clemson finishing in the top 25 in total defense and scoring defense for each season. Conner is a native of Richmond Virginia and came to Clemson University in 2005 as the #3 rusher in region history. With a fast approaching career right in front of him, Conner finished each season as a top performer. Through his dedication and hard work he made it a priority to never miss a game and played 53 games in a row tying the Clemson record. Conner was a 2010 NFL Combine participant where he ran a 4.59 40 yard dash had a 33.5’ vertical and 25 reps of 225lb. He continues to train with coach Steve Marsh while he waits for the NFL draft.

Robert Livingston is a former William and Mary football player currently training with speed and strength coach, Steve Marsh. He recently had a successful performance at his pro day and is training for his upcoming CFL workout on April 17th.

Good luck with your future football careers guys and keep training hard!


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I think that this training is really hard, I know , I was in the college football team some years ago, but I had a serious injury in my left ankle, I couldn't play any more!!22dd

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