Beebe delivers motivation to BVHS students, staff
Don Beebe didn’t need a lot of motivation launching his NFL career. He was an unheralded product out of tiny Chadron State, as tiny in stature as his college when he reported to the 1989 pre-draft NFL Combine.
The Maple Park Kaneland High School graduate wowed the NFL scouts with his off-the-charts speed and agility. He seemingly came of nowhere to become a third round draft pick by the Buffalo Bills. From there, he went to play in four Super Bowls with the Bills, and two more with the Green Bay Packers, wearing a NFL champion ring with the Pack from Super Bowl XXXI.
Retired from the game after nine successful seasons in the NFL, Beebe runs the House of Speed Training School in Aurora, which now has branches in 11 states. He also moonlights as the head football coach for Aurora Christian School, where he led the Eagles to their first IHSA state finals championship last fall in Class 3A. They also finished second in 2008 in Class 4A.
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