San Francisco 49ers: Travis LaBoy Mentors University of Hawaii Football Players

July 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In today's society, it's important that we all join forces and do what we can in order to help each other. If we do so, the world will certainly be a much better place to live in. 
According to reports, San Francisco 49ers outside linebacker Travis LaBoy apparently believes in this principle as well. LaBoy was witnessed lending a helping hand to the University of Hawaii pass rushers during workouts at the Ching Athletic Complex. 
Players, such as starting defensive end Kamalu Umu, raved about how much LaBoy's advice has helped. "He taught me his move...it's nothing fancy, but it works. It's a privilege for a guy like that to teach us his move. He's a big help," Umu said. 
LaBoy has emphasized the importance of remaining focused at all times. "If you're not aware in practice, you're not going to be aware in the game," he said. "If you're not aware in the game, you might get your head knocked off. It's always good to know what's going on."

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