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Walter Thurmond was an integral part of one of the most feared defensive units in the NFL, the Seattle Seahawks' Legion of Boom. In this episode of the 'Hey, where'd you go?' podcast, the former NFL safety talks about growing up in Southern CA; the importance of being curious, how family and friends had a difficult time with him leaving professional football, why listening is imperative to growth, and so much more. Today, Walter is a philanthropist, technology innovator, entrepreneur, film producer/director and consultant. Want to hear more? Check out previous episodes, subscribe & leave a review ⬇️Apple Podcasts II Spotify II YouTubeConnect with Walter:TWITTER: https://twitter.com/WaltThurm3INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/kingwalt6/ LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wthurmond3/ WEBSITE: https://unitedchampionsforchange.org/ Connect with Collin:TWITTER: https://twitter.com/CollinKushnerINSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/collinkushner/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/CollnKushnerLINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/collin-kushner-9a53846b/ PERSONAL WEBSITE: https://www.collinkushner.com/​​​​​​ YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/3o3Nv8REMAIL: ckushner1@gmail.com
Jared Zabransky executed one of the greatest plays in college football history... Boise State's Statue of Liberty against the Oklahoma Sooners in OT. In this episode of the 'Hey, where'd you go?' podcast, the former Boise State QB talks about growing up on a farm in Hermiston, Oregon; how his life changed after his dad became ill, leading the Broncos past Oklahoma in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl, and so much more. Today, Jared is the Sr. Director of Sales (Oil and Gas) at EQI in Houston, Texas. 
What would you do if you had a second chance at life? In this episode of the 'Hey, where'd you go?' podcast, the former NFL, CFL offensive lineman talks about his Haitian roots, not playing football until high school, the importance of athletes getting an education, how his life changed forever after a near-death experience, and so much more. Today, Kris is a financial planner at NPC Financial in Miami, Florida. 
Joe Hawley is on a spiritual journey, helping former professional athletes find their purpose. In this episode of the 'Hey, where'd you go?' podcast, the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Atlanta Falcons offensive lineman talks about leaving the NFL to live in a van and travel, finding himself, spirituality, and so much more. Today, Joe is the Founder & CEO of The Härt Collective, which is an exclusive community of former professional athletes — reaching higher levels of awareness, success and greatness outside of sports. 
In this episode of the 'Hey, where'd you go?' podcast, the former 12-year NHL defenseman talks about struggling in school, not being diagnosed with dyslexia until his early 30s, finding salvation on the ice, his purpose after hockey, and so much more. Today, Brent Sopel —  through the Brent Sopel Foundation —  is helping people with dyslexia fulfill their potential through early detection and intervention. He's also the President of Horizon Energy Consultants, helping former hockey players enter the real world. 
From East Texas to the Pacific Northwest, Jordan Babineaux is helping people 'Pivot to Win.' In this episode of the "Hey, where'd you go?" podcast, the former Seattle Seahawks, Tennessee Titans and Southern Arkansas defensive back talks about growing up in Port Arthur, Texas; losing his father at a young age, playing in the NFL, becoming an author, his Mother's influence and so much more.  Today, Jordan Babineaux is a broadcaster, entrepreneur,  business executive and author in the Seattle area.  
From New York to Eastern Kentucky, Ramel "Smooth" Bradley is changing the world. In this episode of the "Hey, where'd you go?" podcast, the former University of Kentucky Point Guard talks about growing up in Brooklyn, his playing days in Lexington, playing professionally overseas, his Grandma's  influence, joining the AgTech world and so much more. Today, Ramel is the Community Director at AppHarvest, which is an applied technology company, based in Appalachia or Morehead, Kentucky.
In 2008, Chase Coffman was regarded as the best Tight End in the entire country, taking home the prestigious John Mackey Award. But after a stellar college football career at the University of Missouri, Chase Coffman's NFL career never really materialized. He was cut numerous times, bounced around the country for a few years and didn't score his first TD until his fourth season. In this episode of the "Hey, where'd you go?" podcast, the former Tight End talks about his playing days at Missouri, being drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals, bouncing around the NFL, leveraging what he learned from being cut so many times,  becoming a financial advisor and so much more. Today, Chase is a Financial Advisor at BMG Advisors in Kansas City, Missouri.
Darren McCarty is one of the most beloved former Red Wings in franchise history. He won four Stanley Cups with Detroit, played on the infamous "Grind Line" and will always be remembered for his physical, tenacious style of play. In this episode of the "Hey, where'd you go?" podcast, the former NHL forward describes growing up in Leamington, Ontario; his junior hockey days in Belleville, playing for the Red Wings, battling addiction and how cannabis has saved his life. 
After a successful playing career in the WNBA, Noelle Quinn's love and passion for helping others led her to the world of coaching. The former fourth overall pick — in the 2007 WNBA draft — talks about growing up in Los Angeles, her prep career at Bishop Montgomery, committing to UCLA, being drafted by the Minnesota Lynx, what she learned from playing in the WNBA, the strong bond with her mom,  and so much more. Today, Noelle pulls double duty as an assistant coach of the Seattle Storm and head coach of the girls basketball program at Bishop Montgomery High School in Torrance, CA. She's now giving back, in more ways than one, empowering the next wave of female basketball stars. 
After a 12-year career in the NFL, Kellen Clemens is helping athletes, people and businesses in a very unique way. The former Jets, Chargers, Rams, and Oregon QB talks about growing up in Burns, Oregon; playing college football at the University of Oregon, playing in the NFL, how he ended up in the world of Human Resources, and so much more. Today, Kellen Clemens is currently the head of elateus sports, helping organizations maximize returns on their greatest asset, their people. Elateus’s innovative solutions are built on the foundation of PRISM Brain Mapping, enabling you to predict performance more reliably, build the most productive teams and empower each individual to thrive.
After a stellar career at the University of Illinois, Isiah "Juice" Williams' childhood dream of playing in the NFL never materialized. In this episode, the former University of Illinois star talks about growing up in inner-city Chicago, starting for the Fighting Illini as a true freshman, never getting a chance to play in the NFL, how he transitioned to the world of finance, and so much more. Today, Isiah "Juice" Williams is a financial advisor in the Washington D.C. area. 
In 2002, Matt Gutierrez was one of the top QB recruits in the nation, ultimately committing to play college football at the University of Michigan. But his chance to be the starting quarterback for the Wolverines never really materialized. Instead, in his four years, he barely saw any action… In this week’s episode of the "Hey, where'd you go?" podcast, the former QB describes growing up in Concord, CA — the home of the De La Salle football program, being a top QB prospect, playing football at Michigan, signing with the New England Patriots, his relentless work ethic, and so much more. Today, Matt works in Commercial Real Estate at CBRE in the San Francisco Bay Area... This is the story of hard work, dedication and the mentality to never give up. 
In this episode of the "Hey, where'd you go?" podcast, Zoltan Mesko describes his childhood during the fall of communism in Romania, playing football at the University of Michigan, getting drafted by the New England Patriots, his Borat impersonations, and so much more. Today, he's currently an Account Executive at Snowflake, which is a cloud-based data-warehousing company, in Cleveland, Ohio. Zoltan uses humor as a vehicle to uplift, making people of all ages feel good. 
Growing up in Goodyear, Arizona, Carrick Felix was bullied, called names and struggled academically. Despite his early hardships, he was able to slowly find refuge and success on the hardwood. Carrick played college basketball at the College of Southern Idaho/Arizona State University, and was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the second round of the 2013 NBA Draft.  After retiring from professional basketball, he found his true calling, helping people live more meaningful, fulfilled lives. He’s now the CEO/Founder of IMC, working as a Personal Development Coach and Keynote Speaker. Carrick's journey has been characterized by incredible perseverance, great skill... and he's managed to succeed, while others predicted he would fail.
After spending parts of his childhood in both Trinidad — and Toronto, Ontario, Kerry Carter left to play college football at Stanford University. But on October 28th, 2000 vs. the University of Washington, a dreary day in Palo Alto, two lives would change forever. In this episode, we talk about Kerry's childhood, his football career at Stanford University, how a freak accident changed his life and perspective, playing in the NFL/CFL, his current position as the Chief Operating Officer at Atavus, and so much more. Kerry's life has come full circle now — trying to inspire and instill hope one day at a time. 
After living in South Carolina for most of his life, Marcus Lattimore has embarked on a new journey in Portland, Oregon, serving as a Life Coach at Lewis and Clark College. Long before his time in the Pacific Northwest, Marcus was widely considered one of the best players in all of college football. But after sustaining two catastrophic knee injuries, Marcus' football career & overall perspective on life changed. In this episode, we talk about his childhood in Duncan, South Carolina, his football career at the University of South Carolina, his blog on self-reflection, spirituality, being a life coach, and so much more. Football is no longer Marcus Lattimore's top priority — it's helping young men and women discover themselves, guiding them through the trials and tribulations of life. 
Many athletes, who were once in the spotlight, find a lot of success away from their respective sports. "Hey, where'd you go?" focuses on what those former high school, collegiate and professional athletes are doing today. 
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