Cincinnati Bearcats wide receiver product Tyler Scott broke down his extensive NFL Draft preparation with House of Athlete in a recent episode of Whistle’s series No Days Off!
Make sure to check out the entire episode of No Days Off and subscribe to Whistle for similar content! Stay tuned for additional coverage as Scott hopes to get drafted this weekend.
Scott was training in Tampa alongside House of Athlete’s vice president of performance Yo Murphy, plus track coaches Frank Laury and Chelsea Bischof to prepare for the draft.
No Days Off is an “original series that profiles athletes as they train with their support systems to be the best in their spots” according to Whistle’s SVP of Communications Stacey Richman.
Cincinnati Football: Tyler Scott dives into training for the NFL Draft in No Days Off series
After displaying elite speed and quickness during his career, Scott is projected to get drafted this weekend alongside several former Bearcats including fellow receiver prospect Tre Tucker!
During the episode Whistle’s original series No Days Off, the Ohio native discussed his offseason training regimen that included a focus on improving mobility, stability and velocity!
"“No days off means you’re always improving yourself, your body and mental. You don’t always have to be out here running 100-yard sprints. There are always different ways you can continue to improve yourself. Whether you’re going to watch film or studying the game, there’s always something you can find to enhance yourself. Overspeed training teaches your brain to tap into the amount of force it never has. If you can get your brain to adapt to that type of speed and force, that’s ultimately how you will get faster. When we first got here, I was here for about two weeks and didn’t touch a weight. We were on the ground and just worked on hip mobility. We worked on moving the hips in all types of directions that I didn’t even know you could move. We’re always doing physical therapy. House of Athlete partnered with TB12 and they came in three times a week, and I use cryo relief in the chamber. It’s really cold but you’re only in there for about two minutes. It feels really good and you feel refreshed and rejuvenated. That’s been a huge help for me. Just understanding my body and helping with recovery.”"