Who is Clarence Chaney?

Clarence Chaney is the Director of Athlete Performance of RUSH 101. It is a training company that trains elite athlete as well as the everyday person. He attended Paramount High school where he was a two sport athlete. He stared in football and track and field. He was a part of there first of two CIF Southern Section Championship. He also took his track and field team to it only track and field league championship at that time in 1988.

Clarence attended Compton College were he was honored with making Honorable Mention Defensive Back. After graduating he transferred to Mississippi College where he star as a Defensive Back and third leading tackler on defensive and was the special team captain. He was third in the conference with interceptions and second on the team his junior year and led the team his senior year. After leaving Mississippi College he worked out for a few NFL and CFL teams but landed a job for a few weeks with the AFL team Tampa Bay Storm and the Anaheim Piranhas. After being cut from the AFL he continued to play for the Southern Oregon Heat of the NIFL, El Paso Rumble of the IFL and the San Bernardino Bucking Bulls of the NIFL.

He joined force with a long time friend Cornelius Harrell and form a semi pro team call the California Tide in the SWFL know as the Soutwest Football League. It was a semi professional footaball. They had success in their first season going 12 - 4 losing in the championship game to the San Diego Thunder.

After he completed playing football he has acquired the passion to train athletes.


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