We are signing the top athletes in the country along with some seasoned pros! Stay tuned here for regular updates to our roster and how you can sign up!
Oscar Sealy is originally from Panama City, Panama. Raised in Florida, he played basketball at Monsignor Pace High School. He then moved to Panama where he played with the National team in a number of events. He then attended John Brown University in Siloam Springs, AR. He earned a degree in Sports Management from Ecclesia College. Oscar has been coaching and training in the Northwest Arkansas Area for over ten years now. His passion is seeing the improvement and development of every student-athlete that he is involved with. He is very excited for this opportunity and looks forward to bringing the four states together. Oscar will be working with us at Basketball Camps and Combines as well as Virtual Coaching.
Parker Pocklington will be offering Virtual Softball Training!
2016 | Junior |
Appeared in 48 games overall with 47 starts at second base…second in the SEC with 10 sacrifice bunts…tallied four home runs and 13 runs scored…recorded multi-hit efforts in games one and two against No. 12 LSU…hit a home run and scored twice in road win at Tulsa (April 12)…carded a .978 fielding percentage…selected as a Nike summer intern at company headquarters in Beaverton, Ore.
2015 | Sophomore
Appeared in 38 games including 31 starts at second base … Recorded a career-high three hits in game one against Southeast Missouri, and matched a season-high with three RBIs (April 29) … Finished 4-for-8 (.500) with three RBIs in doubleheader against Southeast Missouri (April 29) … Drove in three runs in the top of the sixth at Missouri State (March 12) to break a 4-4 tie … Two multi-hit games and three multi-RBI games … Recorded a hit in the season opener against Penn State (Feb. 6) … Tallied two RBIs and a double against Florida A&M (Feb. 13)
2014 | Freshman
Appeared in 46 games including 44 starts during freshman campaign…tallied four home runs, 24 RBI and 25 hits…five multi-hit games…eight multi-RBI games including a season-high four RBI with a grand slam against San Diego (Feb. 8) at UNLV season-opening event…sixth on the team with 25 run scored…2014 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll.
Pocklington was an all-area and all-league performer for Centralia High School. She set the school record for home runs in a single season with nine round-trippers during her sophomore season. She also set single-season marks in doubles, RBI and putouts. As a junior, she was recognized with offensive MVP honors. Pocklington helped lead the Tigers to a district title and eighth-place state finish during the 2011 season. She played travel ball for the Washington Lady Hawks in Puyallup, Wash.
Josh Richey is a Certified Trainer, Speaker, and Coach with 15+ years of experiences speaking in schools, prisons, jail facilities, juvenile detention centers, group homes, community events, companies, and other organizations.
Josh played Football professionally for Chicago Rush, New York Jets, New York Dragons and the San Jose SaberCats. He will be here full time to offer one-on-one coaching with our Scholarship Program as well as helping out with Camps, Combines and Showcases. He will also be offering Virtual Football drills and one-on-one Virtual Coaching.
Joshua Harris is a Running Back who is currently a free agent. He played college football at Wake Forest. He was signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers as an undrafted free agent in 2014.
A 2009 graduate of Duncanville High School, Harris was a two-sport star in football and track. In 2007, Harris played on defense, recording 80 tackles. As a junior, he rushed for 900 yards and 6 touchdowns on 60 carries. During his junior year, he suffered a torn ACL in April 2008 and had surgery the following month. After extensive rehabilitation, he wouldn’t return to play his senior season until October 24. He would accumulate 126 yards on 9 carries and one touchdown his first game back after injury.
In track and field, Harris helped his high school return to the state playoffs for their first time since 2004. He ran a 10.93 at the District 8-5A track championship in 2007. At the 2009 Dallas Samuel Invitational, he placed first in both the 100m and 200-meter dash with times of 10.22 seconds and 21.00 seconds, respectively. He ran a personal best of 10.09 seconds in the 100-meter dash as a senior.
Harris played college football at Wake Forest University from 2009 to 2013.
In his Freshman year, he had a promising start to his college career, leading his team in rushing, with 720 yards and 5 touchdowns his freshman season in 2010 despite starting only 4 games.
Sophomore year he would battle injuries and only start 5 games. He was the second rushing leader on the Deacons that year rushing 101 times for 432 yards and 3 touchdowns. Harris would also have 5 receptions for 22 yards. The Deacons would go on to the Music City Bowl against Mississippi State that season, with Harris returning 2 kicks during the game.
In Josh’s Junior year, after an injury plagued sophomore year he would rebound and start a career-high 11 games that season. He would lead the team with 608 rushing yards on 137 carries, but would rank second in rushing touchdowns with 5 for the season. He would also rank fifth in receptions with 19 for 96 yards and no scores. During this season he would also do track and field, competing in the 2013 ACC Indoor Championships placing 11th in the 60 meter dash.
For his final year as a senior he would have 125 rushing attempts for 470 yards and 4 touchdowns in 12 games. Harris also had 15 receptions for 117 yards. During his career he rushed for 2,195 yards on 482 carries with 19 touchdowns in 42 games.
Harris played professionally for the Pittsburgh Steelers and BC Lions
Josh will be offering Speed Training and Football drills as well as one-on-one Virtual Coaching. He will be coming here from Dallas occasionally as well to work with local athletes.
Alexa Livingston will be working with the girls offering Volleyball and Soccer! Her expertise is impressive and she will be coming here often to work one-on-one as well as Virtual Coaching.
– 2x Oklahoma State Volleyball Champion
– 3x Oklahoma State Soccer Champion
– 2015 Oklahoma Volleyball All-State Participant
– Received multiple accolades within the Bishop Kelley High School Volleyball program
– Accepted a scholarship to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
– An impactful player on the number 10th ranked team in the nation for JUCO volleyball
– Played as an impactful player for the Lady Norse as they finished 5th at National Juco Championship
– Played all around her sophomore year for the Lady Norse
– Accepted a spot at the University of Tulsa
– Traveled and played as a part of the Golden Hurricane Volleyball team
– 2016-17 All-Academic Team
– Is currently completing her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education
– Coached club volleyball for 2 years @ The OC Volleyball Club
– Director of Social Media for The OC Volleyball Club
– Helped coach the first team in club history to receive a nationals bid
– Has been conducting private lessons for 5+ years
Ja’Tavion Sanders is a power-house on both sides of the ball as an edge defender and flex tight end. He is a Senior at Ryan High School in Denton, Texas.
His 6-3.5 frame space and 220 pound bulk puts him in a class of his own. He flashes straight-line athleticism to run by much smaller players, including a wideout in the passing game. Quick off the line, when playing in a three-point stance. Not just an edge-bender but a corner-turner when rushing the passer, he is strong tackler and is a high-motor player who’s active and engaged against the run. Ja’Tavion shows great hands-catching ability for a two-way player with ample defensive experience and that makes him dangerous against the screen pass.
Ja’Tavion is looking forward to helping younger athletes move up to the next level.
2019: Helped Denton Ryan to a 15-1 record and Texas 5A D-I state runner-up finish as a junior; earned first-team all-District 4-5A D-I honors at DE.
2018: Named the District 4-5A D-I Defensive Newcomer of the Year as a sophomore.
Committed to Texas Longhorns September of 2019.
GHSAA State Tourney-February 2020: Athletic guard creates and delivers in mid-range game to the arc; makes plays in isolation, rises over the defense; rebounds and runs, plays fast in an up-tempo game; a stock-riser in the class of 2021. (Olson)
USJN-July 2019: Athletic guard rebounds and attacks in transition game; quick-leaper, active on the glass brings size to the back court; slashes and finishes in traffic. (Olson)
She is ranked GACA AA North Player-of-the-Year in 2020.
GACA AA North All-State in 2020.
Indiana women’s basketball gained a verbal commitment from 2021 prospect Keyarah Berry on May 30,2020.
Berry, a 5-foot-11 guard from Rockmart, Ga., is the Hoosiers’ second commit in the class, which also includes Australian guard Paige Price. IU won out over Murray State, Alabama A&M, Seton Hall, and Georgia Southern for Berry’s services.
Considered a three-star prospect by ESPN, Berry ranks as the No. 100 recruit in the country. She’s very much a scorer, amassing a school-record 2,437 points in her career thus far.
IU extended its offer to Berry on May 12.
Below is Berry’s commitment video, which includes game highlights. From watching the tape, it’s evident she’s not afraid to shoot the 3.