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Director Inducted Into Alma Mater's HOF
All Sports Founder and Director Tyrone Keys has had a storied career in football, both as a collegian and as a professional. His career climaxed as a member of the Super Bowl Shuffle-winning Chicago Bears, and recently he was inducted into the Hall of Fame at his alma mater, Mississippi State University.
Todd Williams: Turning kids into believers
Todd Williams, 23, spent two years living on the streets during a crime-filled youth. At 14 he met All Sports Community Service director Tyrone Keys at the Leslie Peters Halfway House in Tamp and began to turn his life around. Now a senior offensive tackle for Florida State University, Williams dreams of playing pro football - and more.
The Todd Williams Story
Florida State University senior offensive tackle Todd Williams is standing in the hot morning sun at Skyway Park, site of the Mike Alstott Football Camp, attracting children like a dog draws fleas. A couple of the youngsters are pulling at his massive arms, another is locked around one of Williams' legs. A half-dozen more are asking questions, pretty much all at the same time.
The Big Payoff
Four years ago, a tall, lanky student graduated from Hillsborough High School and headed north to college, leaving behind the Robles Park Housing Project where he had grown up, a place surrounded by drugs, violence and hopelessness. "I'm glad to see anyone make it out of this neighborhood," one neighbor said to a Channel 8 reporter covering the story.
Fulfilling potential and returning it
A decade ago, Albert Perry, a young athlete from a tough inner city neighborhood in Tampa, Florida, was headed to Texas Southern University. Few doubted that this thousand-yard rusher would one day play collegiate football. But a few weeks after the fall semester began, something went wrong and Albert was back home.
Where are they now?
Tyrone Keys wanted to give something back. He had just about everything an athlete could ask for. He played during a winning era at Mississippi State. He played on the 1980 team that beat #1 Alabama in Jackson, his hometown. He went on to a nine-year pro football career, including a stint with the Super Bowl Champion 1985 Chicago Bears. Tyrone Keys Former Defensive End Giving Something Back