The Seven (7) "Plays" of THE STUDENT-ATHLETE PLAYBOOK!

The Seven (7) "Plays" of THE STUDENT-ATHLETE PLAYBOOK!
GOALS - FOCUS - EFFORT - FAMILY - ACADEMICS - CONSISTENCY - SACRIFICE - PERSEVERANCE - RESPECT - CHARACTER
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Jeremy Tyler - Top Basketball Player in Class of 2010

From: Sports Illustrated (Double Issue; July 14 -21, 2008; pg. 140)

JEREMY TYLER - 16 yrs. old (6' 11'; 245 lbs.)

Position: Forward
Hometown: San Diego, California (San Diego High School)


Achievements: Rivals.com's top player in the class of 2010, Jeremy averaged 18.0 points, 14.5 rebounds and 7.7 blocks while leading San Diego High to its first section title in 33 years.

Reminiscent of: Amare` Stoudemire. Jeremy (6' 11', 245) is about the same size as his idol, and he's keen to match Stoudemire's intensity. "He's intimidating as much as athletic," says Jeremy. "Everyone's scared of him."

Coach's comment: "Tyler brings a dominant presence to the court," says Cavers coach Kenny Roy. "He was more of a post player, but now he's getting outside and hitting the 15-foot jump shot and still attacking the glass."

Next step: Jeremy has been trailed by a film crew since last season for a possible documentary about his life. Though even college is still two years away, he's a worthy subject. "The best player to come out of San Diego is Bill Walton," says Roy. "Here's a young man with the opportunity to shatter [that notion]."


*SPORTSKID OF THE YEAR
If you know someone from age 7 to 15 who excels in sports, does well in school and gives back to the community, go to http://www.SIKids.com/sportskid to nominate him or her by Sept. 1, 2008. Sports Illustrated will announce the 10 finalists on Sept. 15, 2008 and the winner will appear on the December 2008 cover of SI Kids.

Welcome to Brown Youth Sports

*Welcome By: Barry M. Brown (Coach Brown) - GA Monarchs Baseball

Hello everyone and thank you for visiting the Brown Youth Sports Blog! I am very excited to be writing a blog about youth sports because I am a direct product of youth sports and if my parents didn't introduce me to sports at an early age, I really don't know what direction my life would have gone. So I am very thankful to God to Bless me with outstanding parents that supported me throughout my athletic career to be the best playcr I could be, but just as important or more important is the fact that they emphasized being an excellent STUDENT and PERSON as well!

Just to give you a little bit of background on me, I am an Atlanta, GA native that moved with my family to Washington, DC when I was five (5) years old. My mom and dad signed me up to play soccer when I was six (6) years old and my sports career blasted off. My family moved back to Atlanta, GA when I was seven (7) years old and I continued playing soccer at the SouthWest YMCA for two (2) more seasons. When I turned eight (8) years old, I was introduced to Little League Football and started playing football at Ben Hill Recreation Center. The next spring, I was introduced to Little League Baseball and I started my baseball career at Sandtown Park. My soccer career was officially over, but I found the 2 sports that I would play all the way up through high school (Morrow High School; Morrow, GA) and the one (1) sport I would play in college (Presbyterian College; Clinton, SC) which was Football.

Here are the Youth Sports Organiztions that helped develop me and that I owe a lot of love to:

1. Montgomery Soccer - Black Cougars (Washington, DC)
2. SouthWest YMCA (Atlanta, GA) - Soccer
3. Ben Hill Recreation Center (Atlanta, GA) - Football
4. Sandtown Park (Atlanta, GA) - Baseball & Football
5. Adams Park (Atlanta, GA) - Baseball
6. Jim Mitchell Golden Falcons (East Point, GA) - Football
7. Boys & Girls Club (Savannah, GA) - Football
8. Morrow-Lake City Park (Lake City, GA) - Baseball

Thank you!!!

I currently coach the GA Monarchs Baseball Team (11u and moving to 12u next spring) and we play out of Hidden Valley-Fairview Park in Henry County. We had another great season this year by winning our Henry County League, The Rumble in the Valley Tournament, The AABC District Tournament and we finished third (3rd) in the State. We've had five (5) of these young men since they were 5 years old and it has been a pleasure and honor to coach & teach these young men. It is an awesome feeling watching these young men develop and grow!

When you visit and/or subscribe to the Brown Youth Sports Blog, you will receive information about different topics that pertain to youth sports like safety, fundamentals, education, success stories, training, recruiting, team acknowledgements and so on. Please make comments on the different blogs and let's get into some great discussions that will help our children.

One Love!