Adrian Peterson was voted by peers into the Top 10 of the NFL's Top 100 Players of 2016.
The 2015 NFL rushing champ's exact position will be revealed at 7 p.m. (CT) Wednesday on NFL Network.
Peterson won the third rushing title of his nine-season career with 1,485 yards and tied for the league lead with 11 rushing touchdowns in 2015. He helped power the Vikings to an 11-5 mark and the NFC North title en route to his seventh selection to the Pro Bowl.
View images from Adrian Peterson's offseason workouts, as well as his new gym, O Athletik, based in Houston.
The 31-year-old plans to stay near the top of the list going forward, as evidenced by the way he pushes himself in workouts.
Vikings.com recently attended one of Peterson's workouts with his longtime personal trainer James Cooper at O Athletik, a 35,000-square-foot gym in Houston that they opened this year.
The comprehensive full-service facility features sports turf interior fields, an inclined ramp for running (or scaling through other methods), a sand pit disguised as a beach volleyball court, yoga studio, boxing ring, octagon for mixed martial arts, wrestling mats, weight room, cardio machines and infinity pool with treadmills.
Oh yeah, and there's a complimentary valet and an organic juice bar that will soon be expanded into a full-fledged café.
"It's kind of like my Disneyland," Cooper said. "Now, having everything here, Adrian kind of looks and is like, 'Oh boy,' you know, he's in his own theme park."
O Athletik was designed based on the workouts that Cooper has led Peterson through since 2008. The diverse activities required the use of four or five locations in a day, but now, they are able to run some laps on the track of a nearby high school before cycling through a series of exercises.
"I'm extremely excited to finally have this spot where we can do everything, come in and do field work, the weight room, yoga, you get your MMA, boxing, the hill, sandpit," Peterson said. "All we're missing is a track. We've got the endless pool out there. For me, it's good because I can be more efficient and get the work in and head to the house."
Other players, including Vikings defensive end Danielle Hunter, participated in the workout, but the gym is also geared to non-professional athletes.
"We offer over 120-plus classes a week, but the signature classes that are the makeup and mindset of O Athletik is kind of centered around what Adrian and a few others were actually doing," Cooper said. "The sand, the hill, all of the running and movement, the dynamic movement. Adrian learning to box, getting thrown by a Judo throw or having to do Greco-Roman wrestling and abs and mat drills and then having a finish out and recovery in yoga.
"It's really, truly a one-stop shop but it's made, these signature classes are from what he had to go through in his journey," Cooper added. "I know when he saw the business model, he goes, 'Wow, this makes so much sense. There's so many people that would love to do my workouts.' "