Odell Beckham Sr. joins Justin Allen at Pro Fit in Houston


Texas has always reigned supreme in the world of high school and college football. Houston native, and younger brother of Patriots tight end Dwayne Allen, embraces this fact. Following in his brothers footsteps, Justin enrolled and played at New Mexico State University. Despite having all the attributes necessary to play at the next level, Justin was plagued with injuries; an eventual hip replacement would ultimately cut his playing days short. Justin found his home at Pro Fit Houston as an owner and head trainer and has forged significant relationships across the college and high school football landscape. Justin has experience working with many four and five star recruits, including top talent ranked #1 for their respective positions. The top talent has also garnered notice from some of college football’s most notable names including Tom Herman (Texas), Tyron Carrier (WVU), Major Applewhite (Houston), and Jeff Scott (Clemson).


The newest member of the Pro Fit family, Odell Beckham Senior, is a Missouri, Texas native and father/mentor to Giants receiver OBJ. Odell Beckham Senior was a starting running back at LSU in the early 90’s, where he met Odell Junior’s mother, and set the path to stardom for the oldest of his three sons. He has quitely been the mentor, coach, and role model to one of the most talented, yet vilified, stars playing in the most hostile city in the NFL. Players across the league and college landscape refer to Odell Senior as “Unc”, short for uncle, and it is a name and role he fully embraces. Odell Senior joins Pro Fit looking to give back to his community and provide opportunities for young men coming up in the sport, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds. His aim is to give those kids, from across the country, what he wanted or may have needed and didn’t attain. Essentially, everything he provided for Odell Junior and his two younger sons.


Just as Lebron has Irving running the point and big Kevin Love creating unique, ideal, matchups, the third partner at Pro Fit is Ro Sumon Junior. Ro is the team’s technician, meticulously working on footwork and postural mechanics with all the players coming through Pro Fit.  In addition to what he brings to the table as a trainer / coach, Ro has a unique relationship with a good mix of high school, college, and budding NFL stars. This is something each Allen, Beckham Sr, and Ro have in common. First, and foremost, come their players / clients who are embraced as family from day one. Furthermore, what is truly remarkable about these three individuals, is that they truly care for the self-betterment and overall well-being for each of their guys and their immediate families. Their collective will and determination to see their players are fulfilled and achieving their goals is unparalleled in the representation side of the sports & entertainment business.



The elite talent training at Pro Fit include Elandon Roberts, Brendan Langley, Derrick Matthews, Brendan Langley, Innis Gaines, Devwah Whalely, Innis Gaines, Devwah Whaley, Kameron Martin, Graylin Arnold, J’Mon Moore, and Joshua Simmons, all currently playing in the NFL. If not weren’t impressive enough, their high school class of players working out at Pro Fit is something to be reckon with, not even Exos is bringing in this type of young talent from ages 15-18. To give just a small sample size, Marvin Wilson, the #1 DT & #2 ranked player nationally, and FSU commit; Anthony Cook, the #1 CB nationally, with offers from every competitor from the SEC to the Pac-12; then there’s 4 & 5 star recruits such as D’Shawn Jamison, Jamal Morris, Erik Young, and Jaylon Green. We’re hardly scratching the surface here folks, and that’s astonishing given the most recent addition of Odell Senior to the Pro Fit team. It seems as though a new era of high school, college, and professional football coaching, training, and mentorship is upon us, and it’s right here in Texas, where all things are bigger.

Aaron Wilson covers the NFL for National Football Post, his second stint at the Post. He has previously written for Pro Football Talk and FOX Sports-Scout. Entering his 13th year covering the Baltimore Ravens, he’s a beat writer for The Baltimore Sun. Wilson has also covered the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans.