Jason has had a love for sports since his early childhood days spent growing up in Texas. He was a multi-sport athlete in high school and was highly recruited to play both basketball and football at the collegiate level.
He decided to play football at Texas A&M and had a successful college experience playing quarterback and wide receiver. He later transitioned into the NFL where he played wide receiver for the Minnesota Vikings and Carolina Panthers.
After leaving the NFL he knew he wanted to get into coaching and moved to San Diego to start his first coaching job at La Jolla Country Day High School.
Prince Daniels Jr.
Prince Daniels Jr.’s football career got an auspicious start as a student at Georgia Tech that started as a walk-on, and earned a scholarship after the 2002 season, an extraordinary achievement in itself.
The four years Prince played football with Georgia Tech, he worked hard and earned his place as a two-time all-conference tailback and the fourth-leading rusher in all of Georgia Tech history with 3,300 yards rushing. He also made two-time Academic All-ACC selection and was elected one of Tech’s permanent team captains for 2005.
His leadership skills were honed as Prince led his Georgia Tech team to numerous victories. Prince was also selected to participate in the 2006 Hula Bowl.
He currently holds a ten-year NCAA bowl game rushing record with 311 yards and 4 touchdowns. The Baltimore Ravens drafted Prince to the National Football League in 2006.