Giving to the next generation has always been a passion of mine. I always said, "Change their vision change their life." Growing up in small-town Orangeburg, South Carolina sports for me was my only way out to get the education I wanted. I was blessed to be able to play football well enough to get my education paid for free, not only did sports help me get a free education. Sports allowed me to pursue my passion in speaking to children across the country. The passion burned so deep that help me create my non-profit organization called Grind University. Grind University allows low economic families the ability to send their sons to football camps across the country to see different universities and colleges where they can demonstrate their athletic ability to obtain an athletic football scholarship.
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