Prince Daniels, Jr. is a former NFL running back turned practitioner of mindfulness and meditation, author and entrepreneur who lives by the mantra: "Nothing is impossible unless you truly believe it is." His personal story is one of determination and a true-to-life testimony that anything is possible.
Daniels' football career began as a walk-on for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. His coach told him that he'd never play college football, let alone make it to the NFL. He not only played, but he became a two-time all-conference tailback and the fourth-leading rusher in Georgia Tech history, with 3,300 yards. He was selected as a two-time All-Academic All-ACC student-athlete, and in 2004 Daniels ran for a still existing NCAA bowl game record of 311 yards and four touchdowns at the Humanitarian Bowl. The NFL's Baltimore Ravens drafted Daniels in 2006, playing for three seasons until his career ended prematurely in 2009 due to injury.