Former NFL great, Mark McMillian, lives his life with an intense passion for giving back to the community. He recognized early in his life that everyone needs help to be successful and he has a deep respect and admiration for all of the people that helped him along his journey. From his collegiate days at the University of Alabama, through his eight year career in the NFL, Mark has committed himself to giving back to the community and putting himself in position to help others along their journeys as well.
Founder and Camp Director
University of Alabama - 8 Year NFL Veteran
Chiefs, Eagles, 49'ers, and Saints
I'm committed to helping elite athletes all across the valley realize their dreams of competing at the highest level. We've assembled an All-Star roster of Ex-NFL players to coach our athletes to help them get better at every aspect of competition. As the West Coast Director of Player Personnel for Blue-Grey All-American Games, I'm blessed to get to know some of the most elite athletes Arizona has to offer.
University of Arizona, Philadelphia Eagles
Eight-year NFL veteran and drafted by Philadelphia Eagles (1987)
Selected in fourth round, the No. 93 player overall
Eagles defensive team captain (1988)
Earned second-team honors as All-NFL (1990 and 1992)
Member of vaunted Eagles defense, dubbed Gang Green
Secured a football scholarship and played at Arizona
Pac-10 Conference Defensive Player of the Year (1986)
Graduate of South Mountain High (AZ)
Auburn University, Arizona Cardinals
Originally from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Frank is a former professional American football player who was selected by the Arizona Cardinals in the second round of the 1995 NFL Draft. A 6'1", 207-lb. wide receiver from Auburn University, Sanders played nine NFL seasons from 1995 to 2003. His peak career performance came during the 1998 season when he led the NFC in receptions with 89 for 1,145 yards and three touchdowns. He attended Dillard High School in Fort Lauderdale.
Associate Camp Director and RB's Coach
University of Hawaii, Utah State, Glendale CC
Sean Hampton played football and ran track at Sylmar High school in Los Angeles California. Sean earned L.A. City and All area team awards as a running back for the Spartans which earned him a scholarship to the University of Hawaii. Sean specialized in Kickoff return, Fullback and Halfback positions in the Big West Conference. “Working with strength and sprint coaches in the past has given me a wealth of training knowledge I love sharing with players who are willing to improve! The ability to teach, coach, and mentor these young guys is truly an honor.”
University of Oregon, 6 Year NFL Veteran
Six year NFL veteran and drafted by Los Angeles Rams (1994)
Selected in third round, the No. 100 player overall
Won Super Bowl XXXII with Denver Broncos (1998)
Also played for New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers
Earned D1 Scholarship to the University of Oregon
Pac-10 Conference Honorable Mention (1992)
Pac-10 Conference Second-Team Selection (1993)
All Upstate New York Selection
Northeastern University, Miami Dolphins
A native of Hartford, Connecticut, the star offensive lineman from Northeastern University parlayed a pair of NCAA All-American selections into becoming a 4th-round draft pick of the Miami Dolphins in the 1997 NFL Draft. After seeing time during his rookie season with the Dolphins, Baltimore Ravens and Arizona Cardinals, Daniels moved into the starting lineup on the Cardinals’ offensive line in 1998. Daniels spent four years with the Cards until he retired from the NFL in 2002.