Sam Mobley and B.J. Muckelvene, two of the best wide receivers in Union County, have recently started a local sports training business called H4D Training.
Mobley graduated from Parkwood High School in 2014, Catawba College, in 2018, and recently played in the XFL with the Houston Roughnecks.
Muckelvene was a Cuthbertson High School graduate in 2015 and, in 2019, graduated from Wingate University.
Both have had impactful football careers at the high school level, college level, and for Sam Mobley, the pros as well. Easily, two of the best receivers that I have ever covered. Now, they are giving back to the community, specifically to our youth athletes.
H4D Training (Handz 4 Dayz) provides specialized wide receiver training for athletes of all ages who are looking to learn and receive additional work with two accomplished athletes. Mobley and Muckelvene also stress they will train all athletes looking to work and improve on their craft regardless of position and sport.
This area has created a reputation for developing high-quality athletes like Mobley and Muckelvene. Both were class act athletes while in high school, unassuming team players with an abundance of athletic prowess.
They have carried those athletic skills and mindset beyond high school and are now serving our youth, sharing their talents and words of experience.
Below, my conversation with Sam and B.J.