What people are saying about Before You Go Pro
|“I have known Terrence for over 15 years now, ever since the age of 13 when I first attended Archbishop Riordan High School in 1994. Terrence was a year ahead of me, academically and athletically, and was the student-athlete I aspired to be like. Even back then, his character demonstrated the charisma, the charm and the leadership of a person going places. You could tell he was being groomed to be a star, being a descendant of his Hall Of Fame grandfather, Willie Wood, and I wanted to follow in his footsteps. He is one of the reasons I chose to attend the University of Colorado, Boulder, on a athletic scholarship.Over the years our friendship has escalated into a brotherhood. There isn’t a moment in my life where I feel that I can’t go to Terrence for advice. Despite his dreams and aspirations, he has never hesitated to reach out and provide me with a different perspective on certain situations I go through on a daily basis. He possesses the knowledge and humility to transcend others. It is evident that his work ethic from his playing days has lead to his performance off the field. Whether it pertains to family, friends, his job or the youth he works with, Terrence can’t help but give 100% of himself, which is quite inspiring.”
Donald Strickland (8 year NFL Vet)
|“Terrence is someone I have known for almost 15 years. He is very passionate about helping young people reach their goals in life. I feel that “Before You Go Pro” is a great tool for any athlete or parent of an athlete that has aspirations of going to college on a scholarship”.
Cedric Cormier (Wide Receiver Coach, UNLV)
|“Coach Wood, we the Criswell family just want to thank you for helping our son, Aaron. Your labor, your love, and leadership has motivated Aaron and given him the confidence to achieve success on the next level of football competition. We had no idea what it would take to get our son in college, but you illuminated our understanding and walked us through the process. Your help has exceeded our expectations, and we are deeply grateful. You have made a mark in our lives that will never be erased. We thank you, and we appreciate you.”
Aaron Criswell (UNLV)