Bo Scaife is a Denver native who grew up playing several sports and credits Tae Kwan Do for teaching him discipline. Eventually football and baseball became his favorites at Mullen High School and in 1999, the tight end helped the Mustangs to a 5A State Championship. Bo was noticed by college scouts throughout high school and was heavily recruited. He opted to head to Texas and play for Mack Brown who at the time was called “Coach February” for his ability to attract the nation’s top recruits. Bo spent six years with the Longhorns due to a couple of knee injuries, one of which he thought ended his football career. He found himself in a dark place not being able to play and taking pain killers. Eventually he rehabbed, came back and was drafted in the 6th round of the 2005 draft by the Tennessee Titans where he played for 6 years. When the Titans didn’t bring him back in 2011, he signed with the Bengals and suffered what would be a career ending injury early in the season. He attempted another comeback in 2012 with the Patriots but was released before training camp.
After leaving the NFL, Bo went back to school and received his MBA which has come in handy starting a business in the cannabis industry, All Pro Farms. Bo has a vision for his farm in Southern Colorado and while he works on that vision, consumers can purchase All Pro Farms “mood” products at stores throughout Colorado. Pick your mood and All Pro Farms has a flower for it.