Thursday, April 17, 2014

Maurice Jones-Drew, Dr. Matthew Cooper, and Emerson Martin This Monday on The Inside Score 7pm EST

Maurice Jones-Drew

Maurice Christopher Jones-Drew
 played high school football at De La Salle High School, in Concord California. After 3 standout seasons at UCLA, MJD was selected in the 2ndround (60th overall) by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2006 NFL Draft.  At 5’-7” 210 lbs, MJD packs a punch, and has quickly established himself as one of the most exciting running backs in the game. Although many have doubted him because of his height, MJD continues to prove them wrong. In fact, he said he likes wearing #32 because it reminds him each and every time he steps on the football field just how many NFL teams bypassed him in the 1st round of the 2006 NFL Draft because of his height.

The Maurice Jones-Drew Foundation is a non-profit organization, whose mission is to assist the underprivileged in our society. Since its establishment, the foundation has mainly served the Jacksonville, FL area, because MJD played for the Jacksonville Jaguars and has been very active in the local

Dr. Matthew Cooper

Dr. Matthew Cooper became a Licensed Enzyme Therapist from the Loomis Institute, where he trained extensively under one of the pioneers of enzyme research, Dr. Howard Loomis. Since then, he’s gone on to help countless people use enzymes to turn back the hands of time on their bodies. His unique treatments have helped people suffering from obesity, high blood sugar, and digestive disorders such as heartburn, indigestion, chronic headaches, anxiety, and sleep disorders. His treatments also help to enhance athletic performance.
Prior to opening his 4 South Florida locations, Dr. Cooper was a partner at Manhattan Sports Medicine. There he tended to top government officials, Wall Street’s most recognizable CEOs, Fashion Icons, award winning actors and musicians, and entertainment moguls.
Dr. Cooper’s clients have included Jennifer Lopez, Ralph Lauren, NFL leading rusher Maurice Jones Drew, as well as hundreds of other celebrities. He treats over 100 professional athletes each year.
Emerson Martin

Emerson Floyd Martin Jr. born May 6, 1970 in Elizabethtown, NC started his football career as OL/DL at East Bladen High school where he graduated in the top 15 of his class and was a 4-year starter.
Martin went on to play Offensive Lineman at Hampton University, VA.  There he received a BA in Mathematics, was a 4-year letter and starter, made 1st Team all Conference (3 years), 1st Team Kodak All American (Jr & Sr), Black College All America, Little College All American, and AP All American.
Martin was drafted as a free agent in 1994 by the Kansas City Chiefs, and went on to play for the Carolina Panthers in 1995, then the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1996 before retiring in 1999.
After his Pro Career, Martin played and coached Arena Football in the AFL Division, then coached at St. Augustine’s University, East Bladen High School, and Athens Drive High School.
Martin is now CEO of MYP2P,, a company dedicated to working with young athletes to reach their maximum potential.