Jon “Vec” Moravec played four sports as a high school star at Linganore High School in Maryland. Known for his 4.3 second 40 Yard-Dash speed, he was an all-state football player as a wide receiver, defensive back and kick returner. He was named an All-Metro wide receiver by The Washington Post, earned all-state honors and was named the Associated Press state offensive player of the year in 2003. He earned a spot in D.C. sports legend George Michael’s Golden 11, comprised of the top 11 players in the Maryland, D.C. and Virginia area. He went on to receive a full football scholarship to Marshall University, where he played for three years before injuries sidelined him. He also drew college interest for baseball, basketball and track. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business management and Marketing from Marshall University in 2008.
Former Owner/ CEO of “Vec’s Plex”, where he trained professional athletes in Football, Basketball and Baseball.
Now the General Manager of Soldierfit in Frederick MD.
AJ Bowman was born in the DC Metro Politian area. Growing up his parent had him in sports year around, sometimes even two at three at a time. Some might think that might be too much for a kid but AJ had an absolute blast. He had the honor and privilege to attend Our Lady of Good Counsel High School from 2006 to 2010 where he was a four sport athlete (Football, Baseball, Track and Basketball). In 2009, he earned All-State and Metro Politian honors in football as a linebacker. From there, AJ earned a full scholarship to play football at Saint Francis University in Pennsylvania. At Saint Francis, he was a three year starter receiving All-American Honors in 2011 as a Linebacker. He played there for 5 seasons while also receiving a double major in Business Management and Criminal Justice.