Born in Jacksonville, Florida, Frank D. Murphy persevered through countless obstacles to live out his dream of playing professional football. His journey to the NFL began in high school where he won numerous awards as the senior running back and return specialist at West Nassau High School, including: All-American, All State, and Player of the Year.
Murphy spent his first two years of college playing football for Itwamba Community College and Garden City Community College. Subsequently, he was named to the National Junior College Athletic Association All-American first team and National Player of the Year. Murphy then transferred to football powerhouse Kansas State University in 1998.
After a successful collegiate football career, Murphy was drafted by the Chicago Bears in 2000. In the NFL, Murphy suited up as a running back, wide receiver, and return specialist for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Miami Dolphins, and Houston Texans. Murphy also played in the Canadian Football League for the Toronto Argonauts and in the United Football League for the Florida Tuskers. Murphy's successful professional football career equipped him to train celebrity athletes.
Beyond the football field, Murphy has consistently engaged with the community and supported programs that educate and empower others to realize their dreams. Throughout his career, Murphy has held numerous football camps, workshops, and toy drives for at-risk youth. Murphy's focus on action oriented personal growth is reflected in his motto: “Believe It, Claim It, Work it Out!” Murphy plans to continue inspiring people of all ages to strive for the next level in achieving their full potential and living their dreams.