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Qadry Ismail

qadryismailQadry "Missile" Ismail
Founder of Missile Training
Super Bowl Champion and former Baltimore Raven


 

Experience:

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  • Founder of Missile Training
  • Super Bowl Champion and former Baltimore Raven
  • Two sport collegiate all American ( Football,Track)
  • Level I USATF certified
  • Track and Field Assistant sprints/hurdles /Jumps coach West Boca High School 2004-2006
  • Head Coach Patterson Mills high school 2009-2013

  • Trigger Point Myofascial Compression Certification

Career Highlights: 

  • High School:  Meyers High School Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
  • Named as one of the 100 top Athletes for the 20th century in the Wyoming Valley
  • 3 year Varsity letter winner football
  • All-WVC
  • Inducted into the Track and Field HOF for the state of Pennsylvania
  • Named #1 schoolboy 110mHH in the nation by Track & Field News 1988
  • 1988 Gold medalist 110m HH Golden West Invitational
  • Named All America honors
  • 3x All-State
  • 2x State Gold medalist in 110m High Hurdles (20 year state record holder)
  • 2x State Gold medalist in 300m Hurdles (6 yr state record holder)
  • 2x State Gold medalist in 4x100m relay (9 yr state record holder)
  • 2x State Silver medalist in 4x400m relay
  • Bronze medalist in 110m HH
  • Penn Relay medalist 4x400m with Pa state fastest time of 3:20.00
  • 4 year varsity letter winner in T&F
  • 3x District Gold medalist in 110m HH (current District record)
  • 3x District Gold medalist in 4x100m relay
  • 3x District Gold medalist in 4x400m relay (current District record)
  • Meyers high school record holder in 110mHH, 300mH, 4x400 Relay
  • Named inaugural recipient of the Martin Luther King Youth Leadership award

  Collegiate Highlights:  Syracuse 

  • 5x Bowl winner ’89 Hall of Fame Bowl, ’90 Peach Bowl, ’90 Aloha Bowl, ‘91Hall of Fame Bowl, ’92 Fiesta Bowl
  • 1993 Japan Bowl All-Star game MVP
  • 1st Team All-America Kick returner
  • 1st Team All-Big East Wide receiver
  • Second Team All Conference
  • First two-sport All-American (Hurdles and Football) since Jim Brown '69. 

NFL History:  Qadry played a decade in the NFL after being drafted in the second round by the Minnesota Vikings, including stints with the Green Bay Packers, Miami Dolphins, New Orleans Saints, Baltimore Ravens, and the Indianapolis Colts. He won Super Bowl XXXV during the 2000 season with the Ravens. He played three seasons for with the Ravens, catching 191 passes for 2,819 yards and 18 touchdowns. Career numbers: 353 passes for 5,137 yards, 33 touchdowns, and 9297 all-purpose yards. As a member of the Ravens, he won NFL’s AFC offensive player of the week honors (Dec 12th 1999) for 258 yards on 6 receptions and 3 touchdowns over 50+ yards performance in game against the Pittsburgh Steelers (Ravens 31 Steelers 24)