Eric began his football career as quarterback at Earl Haig Secondary School in Toronto, Canada. After graduation, he enrolled at East Tennessee State, where he played QB for the Bucs. While at ETS, Eric earned a BS degree in Exercise Science with a Minor in Psychology.
After college, Eric pursued pro football and was invited to the Canadian Football Leagues’ Toronto Argonauts training camp. After his playing days, Eric returned to ETS and completed a Master’s Degree in Exercise Physiology.
In 1997, while head strength and conditioning coach at Morris Brown College, Eric joined the staff of Elite Football Services Atlanta combine location. In 2001, he was promoted to Atlanta Regional Director, a position he continued to hold with NFL Regional Combines. In 2007 Eric was named National Field Supervisor and rose to the position of Senior National Field Supervisor for NFL Regional and Super Regional Combines in 2010.
In 2018, Eric joined American National Combines, assisting the company in the operations of regional combines on behalf of the new Alliance of America Football league. Currently, Eric is Sr. National Director and Atlanta Regional Director for American National Combines.
In the off-season, Eric is the Director of Strength and Conditioning at the private Westminster School in Atlanta, GA. He is also the Owner/Director of Elite Performance Training which specializes in NFL Combine Training. Eric has trained such notable NFL players as NFL Hall of Famer Shannon Sharp, NFL All Pro Takeo Spikes, and Carolina Panthers first round pick, Thomas Davis.