Vic Vaughn (Stretchzone Personal Stretcher)

Vaughn attended Plano West Senior High School in Plano, Texas. Rated as one of the nation’s top 25 football players by The Sporting News and one of the top 125 by USA Today, Vaughn caught 25 passes for 414 yards and five touchdowns in his senior year as a wide receiver. That same season as a defensive back, Vaughn made 67 tackles and six interceptions. Rivals100.com ranked Vaughn second among all high school safeties. Vaughn participated in the 2002 U.S. Army All-American Bowl Game in San Antonio, Texas
In the 2006 NFL Draft, the San Francisco 49ers selected Vaughn in the seventh round as the 254th overall pick. The 49ers placed Vaughn on injured reserve on September 2, 2006, the day after Vaughn injured his finger in the 49ers’ final preseason game. After the season, the 49ers allocated Vaughn to the NFL Europe’s Frankfurt Galaxy.

As player
2006–2007
San Francisco 49ers

2007 →Frankfurt Galaxy (NFL Europe) (loan)

2007–2008
Denver Broncos

2008
Dallas Cowboys

2010 Arkansas Diamonds

Vic now works at Stretch Zone in Plano. I looked up Vic on Wikipedia and found out that he is a lot more accomplished than what he tells people. Vic was drafted in 2006 by the same team that selected Vernon Davis. His NFL career was ended short due to injuries so we will never know what his full potential was as an NFL player. He’s an excellent stretcher and knows what he is talking about when it comes to sports. My dream is to hire Vic as my personal fitness professional while allowing him to continue to work on his practice. My goal is to hire him when I am financially independent from my parents but that will be in a couple of years. If I can pay him $65,000 a year he will move to LA and become my life coach. Every time I go to Stretchzone I look forward to my conversations with Vic. 
He teaches me how to be successful and what I have to do to follow the paths of Stephen A Smith, Max Kellerman and Adam Schefter. Instead of following in their paths I will create my own path. I will either be a general manager or a sports agent before I retire and pursue my sports broadcasting career. 
Vic knows what he is talking about and I am excited for my next Stretchzone appointment this week with Vic Vaughn. 

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