Todd Keene

Todd was one of the early members of the team, and has watched the team grow over the years. The original team of six has now grown to over twenty members, and they've increased their performances from two hundred per year to now over a thousand per year. Most importantly, the team has expanded its impact on student across the country, not reaching hundreds of thousands of students every year. 

Todd stands 6'6" and weighs 300 pounds. An All-American football player, Todd played for the NCAA national championship-winning Miami Hurricanes under Coach Jimmy Johnson and then had a brief experience in the NFL. Todd is The Power Team all-time record-holder for crushing concrete bricks with his bare arms. As The Power Team President, a veteran team leader, and an excellent motivator, Todd continues to inspire crowds around the world as he leads The Power Team into the 21st Century.

Departure City: Dallas, TX (DAL or DFW)