Gareon Conley turned to the Fischer Institute to up his speed and strength ahead of the 2017 NFL draft. The Fischer Institute has a long history of working with NFL stars like Darelle Revis and Eli Apple and Brett Fischer said Conley fits right in with former trainees.

“He’s so cool and collected,” Fischer said. “He’s amazing. He’s a veteran. Ohio State prepared him for this process. He’s seasoned. You get a kid like this and you’re like, ‘Wow.’ I forget he’s a rookie. He’s taken anything – ‘Hey, this is what we want you to get better in’ – and he takes it to the next level. He gets it.

“You can tell he’s played in big games. You can tell he’s been around really experienced coaches and trainers and strength coaches. He’s seasoned in so many different areas. You can draft him and play him that first year, hands down. He’s NFL-game-ready.”

Gareon Conley was drafted in the first round as the 24th pick by the Oakland Raiders.

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