Antwan Floyd

Director, Training Systems

In addition to leading all training programs within the South Houston Training Center, Floyd works specifically with Professional Athlete Development programs and NFL Combine.


Floyd previously was the Director of Speed, Strength & Conditioning at Coastal Carolina University after serving two years as the Associate Director of Sports Performance at the University of Houston. During his two years with the Cougars, Floyd’s responsibilities included training the football and cross-country programs as well as assisting in all aspects of the Cougar Sports Performance Department.


Prior to working at the University of Houston, Floyd served as the Associate Director of Strength and Conditioning for the Associate A.D. for Sports Performance, Dr. Pat Ivey at the University of Missouri where he was responsible for graduate assistant development, facilities, and community outreach. Other responsibilities included assisting with the player development program for the Missouri football team, helping former Tigers prepare for the NFL upon completion of their eligibility and being directly responsible for the Missouri track team’s sprinters, hurdlers, jumpers and multis.


During his time at Mizzou he fulfilled his graduate school requirements and received his master’s degree from the College of Education and Counseling Psychology in May 2004. Floyd maintains national certification through the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Physiology while playing football at the University of Wyoming.


Floyd is recognized nationally as a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach through the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association.