Reggie is a dual threat athlete entering his second season at running back with the Carolina Panthers. Reggie attended the University of Louisville, where he began his career as quarterback and transitioned to a player to fit the Cardinals' needs each year with touchdowns as a passer, runner, and receiver. Reggie finished his collegiate career at running back. Outside of the game he is motivated by community impact, providing mentorship, and being involved in initiatives that provide support and exposure to underserved communities.
Jamal Brown singer/songwriter/producer native to Louisville Ky but born in Statesboro Ga began music at the early age 4 years old in baptist church singing in children’s choir with his twin brother Jamon. By the time he was 7 years old he was teaching himself to play piano and keyboard by ear. When he was 9 years old he and his brother began touring nationally in the internationally renown "West Louisville Boys Choir" at 9 years old. By the time he was 16 years old Jamal was already writing and producing his own music. Unlike most musicians these days he is true to his roots and upbringing coupled with being a musician himself arranging his own music. His smooth and raspy baritone vocals coupled with heavy gospel and R&B influences make him unique. The message and movement is love and truth.
NFL Free Agent
Jamon Brown is an offensive lineman in his sixth season, currently an NFL Free Agent. He played college football at the University of Louisville and graduated in 2014 with a degree in Justice Administration. The 6th year Offensive Lineman was drafted by the Rams in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft. He is a loving father to his daughter Micayla. Brown has been involved with multiple Play 60 events National Foundation on Fitness, Sports, & Nutrition, representing the Presidential Youth Fitness program. Brown loves to spend his time uplifting others and helping them find their true passions.
Coach Stephon Brown from Atlanta, GA, attended Western Kentucky University where he played Wide Receiver for the Hilltoppers. He’s a 4-year letterman who received two degrees in Sports Administration. He began his coaching career in 2017 with the Hilltoppers, working with both Offensive and Defensive specialist. He is now one-third of a training company called TopShelf Performance where he specializes in Wide Receiver play; he started personally training athletes in May of 2019. Now Stephon works with 7 of the top 50 HS Wide Receivers in the country from the state of Georgia who are 4 star rated recruits or higher. He also works with NFL wide receivers such as: Chester Rogers, Donte Moncrief, TJ Rahming, Jayson Stanley and Taywan Taylor. Outside of training and coaching, Stephon loves spending time with his family and loved ones, giving back to his community. Providing kids the opportunities he didn’t have, pushing them to be great and never give up no matter their circumstances.
Rashaan Gaulden is a versatile athlete entering his third season at defensive back with the Oakland Raiders. He attended Independence High School (TN), during his senior football season; he recorded 193 tackles including 117 solo tackles, an average of 14.8 tackles per game. Gaulden also participated in track and field and where he was named an All-American after finishing fourth nationally in the 4x400 relay. He played college football for the Volunteers at the University of Tennessee. He was a 2018 third-round draft choice (85th overall) by the Carolina Panthers. He played in 24 games in two seasons with the Panthers. Off of the football field, Rashaan loves spending time with his family and loved ones, while being a positive pillar to his community by reaching back to the youth.
Michaelee Harris from Miami, FL played at Miami Northwestern Senior High School and attended the University of Louisville. Harris was recruited as a 4- star wide receiver prospect. Playing under Head Coach Charlie Strong the wide receiver caught 37 passes for 455 yards and two touchdowns during his redshirt freshman season and was a part of the 2013 Sugar Bowl Champions. Harris would later transfer to play for the Akron Zips. After Harris’s playing career he joined the Illinois Fighting Illini as a Quality Control and Assistant Wide Receivers Coach. Harris would then return home to one of the most storied college football programs at the University of Miami Hurricanes. At the “U” he now serves as a Graduate Assistant Coach for wide receivers. He is currently the Pass Game Coordinator and WR Coach at Miami Northwestern Senior High School. Michaelee loves spending time with his daughter Harmony and son Mikey, and also training the young athletes in the Miami area.
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Josh Harvey-Clemons, from Valdosta, GA., was a Criminal Justice major and linebacker at the University of Louisville. He originally played at the University of Georgia before transferring to Louisville. He played at Lowndes High School, where he was ranked a five-star player, No 2. OLB in the state, and the No. 36 overall prospect in the country by Scouts.com. Harvey-Clemons also participated in the 2012 U.S. Army All-American Bowl. He started 11 games at Georgia his sophomore year. After transferring, he became a starter for two years and received All-ACC Honorable Mention. At Louisville, the linebacker compiled 148 total tackles, three interceptions, and two sacks. The Washington Football Team drafted Harvey-Clemons in the seventh round of the NFL Draft. He opted out of the 2020 season due to concerns about COVID-19, as he and his two sons have asthma; the linebacker is returning to football for the 2021 season. Not only is he ready to make an impact on the field but also in his community.
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Monique Reid from Louisville, entering her 7th season professionally, currently a member of the Alexandria Sporting Club. Reid player her collegiate basketball at the University of Louisville. After her freshman year, she became a full-time starter and became an All-Big East first-team performer. Coming into her senior year, she garnered All American consideration. In 2014 Reid took her talents overseas with New Basket Oberhausen in the DBBL, which is the premier women's basketball league in Germany. Reid quickly became a starter and averaged 14.9 points in 18 games in the 2013-2014 season. Her 2014-15 season with New Basket Oberhausen was even better, with 15.6 points per game in 20 games. Her best season overseas was with Beroe Stara Zagora where she averaged 23.5 ppg. Reid would return to America in between her foreign career to play for the Atlanta Monarchs in the WBCBL which is the developmental team for the WNBA. Her squad would go to win the WBCBL Championship.