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Recruiting Service Gives Some Back
Non Profit Group Helps Community TAMPA - Louisville senior J.R. Russell is projected to be one of the top receivers in the nation this year, but he was barely recruited out of Gaither High. Russell led Gaither with 34 receptions, 465 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior. He al-so led the Cowboys to the sec-ond round of the region play-offs.
Walking through the open door
The odds seemed against her. Kylie Moord and her brother were being raised by a single mom who was a teacher's aide and then worked a second job so she could provide for her children. But Kylie dreamed of going to college. "I knew early on how important that piece of paper was. My Mom, whom I admire so much, worked low-paying job. I knew I would get there though, even if I had to sit outside the classroom door."
Tyrone Keys named in 2003 Legends Finalist
Tyrone Keys, DE, Mississippi State, 1977-1980 Mississippi State defensive end Tyrone Keys was a four-year letter winner for the Bulldogs from 1977 to 1980. His 26 career sacks is still second on the Bulldogs record charts with 10 sacks logged during his senior season. Keys was a three-time second-team All-SEC selection and played in the 1981 Senior Super Bowl. He is a member of the Mississippi State Sports Hall of Fame and played seven seasons in the NFL, including a Super Bowl appearance with the Chicago Bears.
Former footballer Tyrone Keys helps kids
College Coach: Former footballer Tyrone Keys helps kids get into school Why you might know him: In the 80’s Keys was a defensive end for the ’85 Super Bowl champion Chicago Bears, the San Diego Chargers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Inspiration: As a coach for Tampa high schools in 1992, Keys helped Albert Perry, an athlete from an inner-city housing project, land a football scholarship at Texas Southern University. After school had started, Keys ran into Perry – in Tampa.
Fulfilling Potential
The Mike Alstott Football Camp for Kids takes place for four days in Tampa and four days in St. Petersburg. Kids from ages 8 to 17 learn football skills and get to personally meet Mike Alstott. Each year, All Sports Community Service selects young men who are now successful college players to teach alongside the Camp's college coaches. This allows young people to see what can be attained with hard work and a good attitude. It also helps remind the youth that college is the stop between adolescence and the pros.
You can make a difference
Growing up in poverty and an area of high crime, Todd Williams lost his mother, who he barely knew, at a young age. His grandmother, who cared for Todd and was the love of his life, passed away when he was only 14. In addition, he lost his father during that same time. Homeless, with no place to stay and no one to turn to, he took to the streets of Miami where he lived in a car and stole food to survive. When boredom set in, he returned to the area where he grew up, stole a car and was arrested. That's when fate intervened and he was introduced to All Sports Community Service.