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.
SEAN EAST II
University of Missiouri
Sean East won the National Junior College Player of the Year Award after he averaged 20.9 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 5.7 assists per game this season. The Sophomore point guard was a 1st team juco All-American and scored 20 or more points 13 times in his lone season at John A. Logan College in Illinois.
A 6'3" guard from Louisville, KY East began his college basketball career at Massachusetts before transferring to Bradley. East started 20 of 31 games as a true freshman at UMass and averaged 4.9 assists per game. He started 20 of 24 games at Bradley during the 2020-21 season and averaged 9.0 points and 3.7 assists per game.
Oregon State University
Deshaun Fenwick from Louisville, KY finished high school in Bradenton, FL at Branden High School where he was rated as the No. 32 running back nationally and No. 99 player in the state of Florida by Rivals.com. He was one of the nation’s best running back prospects, rated as the No. 15 all-purpose running back and 86th-best player in Florida by 247Sports. Deshaun started his colligate career at the University of South Carolina where he played in 15 games from 2018-20, totaling 97 rushing attempts for 523 yards and two touchdowns. Also caught 14 passes, all in 2020 for 108 yards.
After transferring to Oregon State University, in 2021 as a redshirt sophomore, h totaled 448 rushing yards and four touchdowns in 12 games. Also caught four passes for 14 yards. In 2022, Deshaun was named to the Doak Walker Award Watch List (top running back). He played in 10 games, starting seven where he ran the ball 114 times for 553 yards and seven touchdowns. While averaging 4.9 yards per rush, he scored a touchdown in each of the first four games of the season.
TIM "MAYHEM" MOTEN
10-0-1, 6 KOs: Professional Boxer
Timothy “Mayhem” Moten is a professional boxer from Louisville, Ky, home of Muhammad Ali. He attended Fern Creek High School. Moten started his boxing career in 2017. He’s powerful, has quick feet, and is a skillful heavyweight. The boxer has worked his way up through the ranks to be one of the best boxers in the division. He has sparred with Anthony Joshua leading up to his rematch with Andy Ruiz. Currently Moten is 10-0, has a four fight KO streak, and is currently ranked as the 324th heavyweight in the world and 91st ranked heavyweight in America. His last 3 fights have been called in the first round.
Assistant Women's Basketball Coach | Belleramine University
Monique Reid from Louisville, entering her 8th 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.
University of Illinois Chicago
Dais’Ja Trotter helped RLC to one of its best records ever at 23-7 and 11-2 in the league. She is the program's all-time leading scorer with 1,474 career points, finishing this past season as the national leader in scoring (24.4 ppg), total points (733) and field goals (258-for-548).
"Dais'Ja is a prolific scorer who plays with passion. A difficult matchup for opponents. Her work ethic and winning mentality is a direct reflection of the success she has had. Trotter is a Louisville product, previously starring at Seneca High School where she had games of 60 points and 20 rebounds before moving on to Rend Lake in Ina, Ill.
University of Kentucky
JJ Weaver from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has a rare case of Central Polydactyly on his right hand; his extra finger is fully functioning located in between his middle and right finger. Rated as a four-star prospect by Rivals and 247sports coming out of high school, he was One of the nation’s best linebacker prospects, ranking as the 213th best player in the nation according to Rivals, ranking him the 14th best player in the class at his position and the fourth-best prospect in the state of Kentucky. JJ was having a breakout freshman campaign for the UK with 33.5 tackles and 6.5 tackles for a loss (TFL) through nine games when he suffered a torn ACL in his right knee against the University of Florida Gators (UF) last November. Despite missing the final two games, the redshirt freshman still earned All-SEC Freshman Team honors. Concluding his Sophomore (R) season at the University of Kentucky, Weaver currently has 34 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, six sacks, four QB hurries, two interceptions and a forced fumble going into the Citrus Bowl vs. the Iowa Hawkeyes.