Shawne Merriman - Woodland Hills School District

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Shawne Merriman
• Shawne DeAndre
Merriman[1] (born
May 25, 1984 in
Washington, D.C.) is
an American football
outside linebacker for
the San Diego
Chargers of the NFL.
Anquan Boldin
• Anquan Kenmile "Q"
Boldin (pronounced //)
(born October 3, 1980) is
a professional American
football player. He was
chosen by the Arizona
Cardinals in the 2003 NFL
Draft out of Florida State
University. He was drafted
in the 2nd round because
of his relatively slow
combine speed.[1] His
speed has proved no
impediment to success.
Adrian Peterson
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Adrian Lewis Peterson[1] (born March
21, 1985 in Palestine, Texas.[2][3][4]),
nicknamed "A.D." (for "All Day"),[5] is
a professional American football
running back for the Minnesota Vikings
of the National Football League
(NFL).[6] He played college football as
a running back for three years at the
University of Oklahoma. At Oklahoma,
Peterson set the NCAA freshman
rushing record with 1,925 yards (as a
true freshman). Peterson was a first
team All-American, and he also set a
freshman record by finishing as the
runner-up in the Heisman Trophy
balloting. Peterson finished as the
school's third all-time leading rusher.[7]'
Andre Johnson
• Andre Lamont
Johnson (born July
11, 1981 in Miami,
Florida) is an
American football Pro
Bowl wide receiver
currently playing for
the Houston Texans of
the NFL.
Chris Johnson
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Running back
Height: 5-11
Weight: 200
Born: Sep 23, 1985 Orlando, FL
• College: East Carolina
• Draft: 2008 - 1st round
(24th pick) by the
Tennessee Titans
Albert Haynesworth
• Albert Haynesworth,
III[1] (born June 17, 1981)
is an American football
defensive tackle for the
Tennessee Titans of the
National Football League.
He was originally drafted
by the Titans 15th overall
in the 2002 NFL Draft. He
played college football at
Tennessee.
Dwayne wade
• Dwayne Tyrone Wade,
Jr. (born January 17,
1982) is an American
professional basketball
player who currently plays
for the Miami Heat in the
National Basketball
Association (NBA). His
nicknames include "Flash"
and "D-Wade"..
James harrison
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• James Harrison, Jr.
(born May 4, 1978, in
Akron, Ohio) is an
American football
linebacker for the
Pittsburgh Steelers of the
National Football League.
He was originally signed
by the Steelers as an
undrafted free agent in
2002. He played college
football at Kent State, the
alma mater of Steelers
linebacker great and Hall
Lebron James
• James is listed as a small
forward, but is often
classified as a point
forward due to his ability
to play point guard.[1] He
is a member of the United
States men's national
basketball team winning
the bronze medal at the
2004 Olympics and
redeeming that result by
winning the gold medal at
the 2008 Olympics. He
finished second in the
Larry Fitzgerald
• Larry Darnell
Fitzgerald, Jr. (born
August 31, 1983 in
Minneapolis, Minnesota)
is an American football
wide receiver for the
Arizona Cardinals of the
National Football League.
He was drafted by the
Cardinals third overall in
the 2004 NFL Draft. He
played college football at
the University of Pittsburg
• For the American football
quarterback, see Jared
Allen (quarterback).Jared
Allen
Jared Allen at the Vikings
2008 Training Camp.
• Minnesota Vikings —
No. 69Defensive endDate
of birth: April 3, 1982
(age 26)
• Place of birth: Dallas,
Texas
• Height: 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)
• Weight: 270 lb (120 kg)
Reggie nelson
• Reggie Nelson a.k.a. "The
Eraser," (born September
21, 1983) is an American
football player with the
Jacksonville Jaguars. He
played college football for
the Florida Gators, where
he was a first team AllAmerican free safety. He
was drafted by the Jaguars
with the 21st overall pick
of the 2007 NFL Draft.
Dwight Howard
• Dwight David Howard
(born December 8, 1985,
in Atlanta, Georgia[1]) is
an American basketball
player for the Orlando
Magic of the National
Basketball Association
(NBA). Howard, who
usually plays center but
can also play power
forward, had an
outstanding high school
career. He chose to forgo
college and entered the
Larry Johnson
• Larry Alphonso
Johnson, Jr. (born
November 19, 1979 in La
Plata, Maryland), often
called LJ, is an American
football running back for
the Kansas City Chiefs of
the National Football
League. He was drafted by
the Chiefs 27th overall in
the 2003 NFL Draft. He
played college football at
Penn State.
Kobe Bryant
• Kobe Bean Bryant[1]
(born August 23, 1978) is
an American All-Star
shooting guard who plays
for the Los Angeles
Lakers of the National
Basketball Association.
Bryant is the only son of
former Philadelphia 76ers
player and former Los
Angeles Sparks head
coach Joe "Jellybean"
Bryant. His parents named
him after the famous beef
Chris Paul
• Christopher Emmanuel
Paul (born May 6, 1985 in
Winston-Salem, North
Carolina) is an American
professional basketball
player who currently plays
point guard for the New
Orleans Hornets of the
NBA. He won the 2006
NBA Rookie of the Year
Award and won the Gold
Medal at the Beijing
Olympics with the United
States national basketball
Manu Ginobli
• Emanuel David Ginóbili
or Manu Ginóbili (born
28 July 1977 in Bahía
Blanca, Argentina), is an
Argentine professional
basketball player. Coming
from a family of
professional basketballers,
he is a member of the
Argentine men's national
basketball team and the
San Antonio Spurs in the
National Basketball
Association (NBA).
Michael Beasley
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Michael Paul Beasley (born
January 9, 1989, in Frederick,
Maryland) is an American
professional basketball player for
the Miami Heat of the NBA. He
stands 6 feet 9 inches (2.1 m), with
an 84 inches (2.1 m) armspan.[1]
plays both forward positions, and
shoots his jump shot left-handed.
He is also ambidextrous. Beasley
played basketball for Kansas State
University for one year before
declaring for the NBA draft on
April 14, 2008.[2] Beasley's parents
are Fatima Smith and Michael
Beasley Sr. He has two brothers,
Leroy and Malik, and two younger
sisters, Mychaela and Tiffany.
Barry Sanders
• Barry David Sanders
(born July 16, 1968) is a
former American football
running back who spent
all of his professional
career with the Detroit
Lions in the NFL. Sanders
is best known for being
one of the most prolific
running backs in NFL
history, and left the game
just short of the all-time
rushing record.