“Ready means you have a fluid routine. Your body and mind have been through it and you’re ready."
Josh Doctson began his collegiate career at Wyoming before transferring to Texas Christian University, in his home state. Doctson became the TCU quarterback's primary target as a junior (65 receptions, 1,018 yards, 11 touchdowns) and had one of the most prolific campaigns by a wide receiver in TCU history in 2015 (consensus first team All-American honors, school-record 79 catches for 1,337 yards, school-record 14 scores). The Fred Biletnikoff Award finalist finished second in TCU history in career receptions and yards, and set the record for touchdown receptions, despite starting his career at another school. Josh spent 2 months at the EXOS training facility, at SKLZ headquarters in Carlsbad, to train for the NFL Combine. To prepare for his pro day workouts and the NFL Draft, Doctson is training with SKLZ products and EXOS methodology.