God has blessed L.E.A.D. once again with great participation in our Fall Legacy League. We have 70 young men (LEADers) that have made the commitment to develop as servant leaders, students and baseball players.
|Graduation Coach Louis Rhodes speaking to our LEADers|
I love the fall because of cooler temperatures and SEC/ACC football. The fall is dominated by football but if you drive by the Booker T. Washington High School Moore-Clendenon Baseball Field during the week, you will hear bats cracking. Click here to check out our remaining Legacy League schedule.
Houston Astros prospect Chris Epps came to visit and mentor our LEADers at yesterday’s practice. I began training Chris at the age of 15 at my Diamond Directors training facility. He recently graduated as a student/athlete from Clemson University. He is an amazing talent on the field. We hope to see him in the coming years when the Astros come to Turner Field to face the Braves.
We will host our second community service project of the fall this Saturday at Booker T. Washington High School. The following Saturday, October 6th, we will walk to the Georgia Dome from B.T. Washington to watch the Georgia State University football game. I can’t wait to hear all of the complaining from all of these able body young men as they walk two miles. Lol. We are so much more than bats and balls.
We are always in need of volunteers and fans so make plans to join us for a practice, game or service project. Click here to view our schedule.