#THEPRōZE

OUR ATHLETE LINEUP
These individuals know that being a PRō is not a designation, it’s a journey. And that journey is multifaceted: training, recovery, movement, mindfulness, and nutrition. Quality is fundamental to all of their chosen modalities to optimize their performance, and they have chosen PRōZE to help them stay at the top of their game. Simply the best for the best!

Brian Griese

NFL PRō

Brian Griese is a former NFL quarterback and current color commentator for ESPN College Football. Griese started career at University of Michigan and was drafted to the Denver Broncos in 1998. He played for the Miami Dolphins, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Bears, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers ending his professional football career in 2008.

James Wisniewski

NHL PRō

James Wisniewski is a professional ice hockey defenseman, 2018 US Olympian. He was drafted in 2002 to the Chicago Blackhawks and currently plays for the Kassel Huskies.

Peter Taglianetti

NHL PRō

Peter Taglianetti is a former NHL defenseman drafted in 1983 to the Winnipeg Jets. He was All-Hockey East First Team in 1984-85 , AHCA East Second-Team All-American in 1984-85, and played in the Stanley Cup Championship for Pittsburgh Penguins in 1991& 1992. He also coached hockey at Washington and Jefferson College.

Walter Andre “Bubby” Brister

NFL PRō

Walter Andrew “Bubby” Brister III played 14 years in the NFL, starting and spending most of his career with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Prior to playing football in college he was drafted to play baseball out of high school by the Detroit Tigers. He played one season for the minor league Bristol Tigers before playing quarterback for Tulane and Northeast Louisiana and was taken in the third round in the 1986 NFL Draft. He is a 2x Super Bowl Champion and holds the second longest touchdown run by a Broncos quarterback (38 yards). 

Gus Frerotte

NFL PRō

Gus Frerotte former NFL quarterback drafted in 1994 by the Washington Redskins. He spent 15 seasons in the NFL.  In 1996 he was selected to Pro Bowl passing for 3,453 yards, ranking 9th in pass completions. He tied the record for longest touchdown pass against the Chicago Bears in 2008.

Marty Turco

NHL PRō

Marty Turco is a former professional ice hockey goaltender who played 11 seasons in the NHL. He played for Dallas stars, Chicago Blackhawks, and the Boston Bruins. He is a 2004-05 silver medalist IIHF World Championships Canada, 2002-03 NHL Second All-Star Team, Dallas, and in both 2000-01 and 2002-03 was awarded the Roger Crozier Saving Grace Award Dallas Stars.

Tom Danielson

Road Racing Cyclist PRō

Tom Danielson is a former professional road racing cyclist who has rode for UCI ProTeam Cannondale-Garmin(2008-2015), Discovery Channel (2005-2007), Fassa bortolo (2004), Saturn (2003), and Mercury (2002). Danielson has medaled 1st in the Tour of Utah 2013 , 2nd overall in the USA Pro Cycling Challenge 2014, and 8th overall in the Tour de France 2011. Danielson now owns and coaches at Cinch Cycling.

Nic Lamb

Surfing PRō

Nic Lamb is an American professional surfer. Lamb has won competitions including 2016 Titans of Mavericks and The Punta Galea Challenge in Spain 2017.

Rick Berry

NHL PRō

Rick Berry, former NHL defenseman was drafted in 1997 to the Colorado Avalanche. He spent his career playing for Seattle Thunderbirds, Spokane Chiefs, Hershey Bears, Colorado Avalanche, Pittsburgh PenguinsWashington Capitals, Portland Pirates, Utah Grizzlies, San Antonio Rampage, Milwaukee Admirals, Bridgeport Sound Tigers, Springfield Falcons, and Füchse Duisburg.

Chris Thompson

PGA PRō

Thompson turned professional in 1999 and qualified for the Web.com Tour in 2007. He played in over 30 events that year. While on the tour in 2018, Chris Thompson finished the season as one of the most productive players.

Thompson earned his PGA Tour card for the 2018–19 season after finishing in the top 25 on the Web.com Tour money list, becoming a rookie on the tour at the age of 42. Going into the tour, he had nine professional victories, including the 2014 Nebraska Open.

Brenden Morrow

NHL PRō

Brenden Morrow began his professional career in 1999 and was Rookie of the Year. He has played for the NHL’s Dallas Stars, the Michigan K-Wings of the International Hockey League, the Oklahoma City Blazers, Pittsburgh Penguins, the St.Louis Blues, and the the Tampa Bay Lightnings. Brenden Morrow’s accomplishments are many and among them are:

– Named to WHL West First All-Star Team (1999)

– 2004 Men’s World Ice Hockey Championships gold medal

– Gold medal in the 2010 Winter Olympics (Team Canada)

– Inducted into the Winterhawks Hall of Fame

Gigi Meyer

WAKEBOARDER + VOLLEYBALL PRō

Gigi, is an athletic force to be reckoned with. In wake-boarding, at the WWA Wakeboard 2015 National Championships, she won the Amateur Women 19-24 group.

In volleyball Gigi played in 126 volleyball matches at FGCU, and holds the record for all-time assists with 4,408. After being a star player she transitioned into coaching at FGCU.

Today, GiGi Meyer lives in Florida and continues to push herself as health coach and in her daily performance.

Ahman Green

NFL PRō

Thompson turned professional in 1999 and qualified for the Web.com Tour in 2007. He played in over 30 events that year. While on the tour in 2018, Chris Thompson finished the season as one of the most productive players.

Thompson earned his PGA Tour card for the 2018–19 season after finishing in the top 25 on the Web.com Tour money list, becoming a rookie on the tour at the age of 42. Going into the tour, he had nine professional victories, including the 2014 Nebraska Open.

Mike Modano

NHL PRō

an American former professional ice hockey player, who played primarily for the Minnesota/Dallas Stars franchise. He spent the final season of his NHL career with his hometown Detroit Red Wings.

He is the all-time goal-scoring and points leader amongst American-born players in NHL history. Modano was drafted first overall by the North Stars in 1988, and after the team moved to Texas he helped the Stars win the Stanley Cup in 1999.

Modano is considered one of the most influential figures in popularizing hockey in Texas and the southern United States. Modano was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on November 17, 2014. In 2017, he was named one of the 100 Greatest NHL Players.

Becky Quinn

USA Cycling PRō

Becky Quinn took her first national title in 2002, and ended 2003 with a bang by winning the Manhattan Beach Grand Prix. She kicked off 2004 with trips to UCI World Cups in Moscow and Aguascalientes. Becky is a strong contender for impressive finishes this season, as she started off the season earning a silver medal in a World Cup scratch race.

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