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Thomas Antonio Davis

Thomas Antonio Davis is a linebacker for the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League. Davis played college football for the University of Georgia, and was recognized as a consensus All-American. He was a first-round pick of the Carolina Panthers in the 2005 NFL Draft.

Kristin Sunderhaft

Kristin is an LPGA Teaching Professional and has been for over 20 years, considered by many to be one of the top female instructors in Las Vegas. She is also an author, “Swinging for Success-Life Lessons I’ve Learned on the Golf Course”, a former touring professional, an Entrepreneur, and a Wellness Advocate.

“Sleepy” Floyd

Eric Augustus “Sleepy” Floyd is a retired American professional basketball player. Born in Gastonia, North Carolina, Floyd received the nickname “Sleepy” playing baseball in the fourth grade, when a spectator yelled “Get that kid out of the game. He’s sleeping.” A 6’3″ guard, Floyd played competitively at Hunter Huss High School in Gastonia, and starred at Georgetown University before being drafted by the New Jersey Nets with the 13th pick of the 1982 NBA Draft.

Larry Penley

Larry Penley is in his 31st season as Clemson’s Head Golf Coach.  He has earned just about every honor possible in his tenure. That includes induction into the Collegiate Golf Hall of Fame at the age of 44, winning an NCAA Championship (2003), coaching two Ben Hogan Award winners (D.J. Trahan and Kyle Stanley), three US Public Links Champions (Kevin Johnson, DJ Trahan and Corbin Mills) and leading the Tigers to 21 Top 20 seasons, more than any coach in any sport in Clemson history.

David Mobley

David Mobley “Golf’s Long Drive Expert” is a 2 time RE/MAX World Long Drive Champion (2004 Open, 2011 Senior) and the owner/host of The Golf Mob Radio Show. At the 2011 RE/MAX World Long Drive Championships, Mobley obliterated the former grid record with an astounding blast of 459 yards!!!  Dave is also known for his appearances on Big Break X Michigan, Big Break Dominican Republic, Golf’s Funniest Videos, Steve Harvey’s Big Time Challenge, Off the Record with Michael Landsberg, Monday After the Master with Hootie and the Blowfish, Jimmy “V” Celebrity Golf Classic, Fins and Skins, and Mike on the Mic with NASCAR legend Michael Waltrip. As well as having been featured on The Golf Channel, ESPN, NBC, CBS, The Speed Channel, The Discovery Channel, SportsSouth, Fox Sports, TSN- Canada, Golf Digest, Golf Tips, Golf Week, and Golf World, among others.

“Ski” Donarski

First Lieutenant “Ski” Donarski served 10-and-a-half years in the United States Marine Corps and was honorably discharged in 1998. On September 11, 2001, he waived his VA benefits. Then, in 2004, he re-enlisted in the United States Army. In 2005, First Lieutenant Donarski was seriously wounded during combat in Anbar Province, Iraq. He suffered from a traumatic brain injury, PTSD and a stable burst fracture in his neck and back. He lost vision in his right eye, which requires the use a prosthetic soft lens, and has had surgeries on both shoulders. After 13 months of rehabilitation at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, he was reassigned to 2nd Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne). He deployed to Afghanistan again in 2009 and successfully completed his tour. First Lieutenant Donarski was accepted into the U.S. Army Officer Candidate School and later commissioned as a Lieutenant in the Military Intelligence Branch as an All-Source Intelligence Officer.  While attending Military Intelligence School, he was struck by a pick-up truck, which triggered his traumatic brain injury
and PTSD, among other injuries. After several years in various medical facilities, he was unable to return to combat and was medically discharged in August 2012.  He is the recipient of many awards and decorations for his
service, including the Purple Heart. He has two wonderful daughters, McKenzi and Maya.

Perry Tuttle

Perry Tuttle was a Clemson football standout in the early 1980s. His career continued into the National Football League (Buffalo Bills, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Atlanta Falcons) and Canadian Football League (Winnipeg
Blue Bombers). Now, he is known for his inspirational speaking, sports marketing, Athletes Against Bullies is a program under and sports ministry.

Corey Miller

Corey James Miller (born October 25, 1968 in Pageland, South Carolina) is a retired former American football linebacker in the National Football League for the New York Giants and Minnesota Vikings. He played college football at the University of South Carolina and was drafted in the sixth round of the 1991 NFL Draft.

Kelvin Seabrooks

Kelvin Seabrooks is a former IBF World Bantamweight Champion, USBA Champion, ESPN Fighter of the Decade for the 1980’s, and Carolinas Boxing Hall of Fame Inductee (2003). He is a native of Charlotte, growing
up primarily in the North Charlotte and the West Boulevard areas. Seabrooks was inducted into the Carolina Sports Hall of Fame in May 1991.

Jake Robbins

Phillip Jacob Robbins (born May 23, 1976 in Charlotte, North Carolina) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher who ended his career in the Chicago White Sox organization.  Robbins appeared in only two major league
games in 2004 for the Cleveland Indians at the age of 28. The only run he gave up was a solo home run by Jacque Jones on September 24 of that year. His earned run average was 5.40. In 2007, he pitched for the Charlotte Knights, a White Sox Triple-A afiliate, in Fort Mill, South Carolina. Robbins was 0-0 in 20 games, with an ERA of 5.11 and 14 strikeouts in 24 innings.  He currently runs the Jake Robbins Pitching School at Showecase Baseball Academy off of Independence Boulevard in Matthews.

Benny Snipe

Benny grew up in Summerville, South Carolina, playing high school football for Summerville High. After his high school career, Benny was inducted into the Summerville High School Hall of Fame as a Three-Sport Letterman. Benny went on to play at South Carolina State and then for the Charleston Hawks, a semi-pro football team, where he holds multiple records. He was then signed as a free agent with the Pittsburgh Steelers and
was part of the 1994 AFC Championship team. He was traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1995 where he played out his career in 1998.  Upon finishing his successful career, Benny coached in South Carolina at Lewisville High School in Richburg. He is currently an Assistant Football Coach at Heritage High School in Lynchburg, VA, bringing his coaching expertise to coach young running backs.
He is active in various outreach efforts throughout the region and hosts an annual Celebrity Golf Tournament to raise funds to provide college scholarships to high school students in South
Carolina and Virginia.

Phil Jackson Ford

Phil Jackson Ford Jr. (born February 9, 1956) is a retired American professional basketball player in the National Basketball Association.  He graduated from Rocky Mount Senior High School in 1974. Ford played four years of basketball at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After his sophomore season, Ford started for the U.S. Olympic team that won the gold medal in 1976. While a senior, he averaged 20.8 points a game during that
1977-78 season. In 1978, Ford finished his career at Carolina as the number 1 all time leading scorer in North Carolina history with 2,290 points. Ford was inducted into the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame in May 1991.