Bronson McClelland – College Athlete
Inspired by the Human Motivation Theory, McClelland is passionate about improving his individual performance and the performance of his team — both on and off the field!
Early College Athletic Career
Trinity Valley Community College (TVCC)
Bronson McClelland played for Trinity Valley Community College to begin his early college athletic career. He also took on the role of QB in his time as a TVCC Cardinal. In his time as a Cardinal, McClelland played in seven (7) games and enjoyed numerous achievements. Featured highlights of his TVCC Cardinal gameplay include a pass efficiency of 133.3 and 9 touchdowns.
For Bronson McClelland, athleticism and sports are vital to his individual identity. More than just a game, football is truly his life. McClelland proudly lives and breathes his role as a QB and is fully committed to the sport in every possible way. Dedicated to improving his performance, McClelland is fascinated by the many sports motivation theories and concepts out there. He is a particularly big fan of the Human Motivation Theory, which he largely attributes his techniques out on the field to. Embracing his personal sports technique as equal parts mental and physical, he sets emphasis on maintaining mental strength and psychological stamina. When possible, he enjoys introducing his fellow players and coaches to these concepts.