Anthony Prior played professional football for 11 years after graduating from Washington State in 1992. He was a member of the New York Jets, Minnesota Vikings, and Oakland Raiders during his time in the NFL. Prior also became a Grey Cup champion during his tenure with the Calgary Stampeders of the CFL.
During his time at Washington State, he became the school’s fastest athlete ever when he posted a record shattering 40-Yard Dash time of 4.21 seconds. During his 11 year professional football career, the 40 times posted by Anthony are among the fastest times recorded in the history of both the NFL and CFL.
Currently, Prior trains athletes full time in Texas and California at his 421 Speed Camp, and is best known as “America’s Fastest Speed Coach.” He passes on the principles that allowed him to “learn to run” from Olympic Sprinter Don Quarrie.