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2013 Guest Speakers

Feb. 22 - 24, 2013

NIKE Staff Presentations:
Al Golden, Miami,
Larry Fedora, UNC,
Mark Dantonio, Michigan St.,
Paul Chryst, Pittsburgh, Jeff Tedford, California,
Mack Brown, Texas

Mack Brown

Feb. 28 - Mar. 2, 2013

NIKE Staff Presentations:
Dabo Swinney, Clemson,
Gary Pinkel, Missouri,
Al Golden, Miami,
Dana Holgorsen, WVU,
Jerry Kill, Minnesota,
Jim Grobe, Wake Forest

Dana Holgorsen

Mar. 1 - 3, 2013

NIKE Staff Presentations:
Urban Meyer, Ohio St.,
David Cutcliffe, Duke,
Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech,
Rich Rodriguez, Arizona, Steve Sarkisian, Washington,
Mike Riley, Oregon St.

Urban Meyer

Mar. 1 - 3, 2013

NIKE Staff Presentations:
Tony Levine, Houston,
Mike Leach, Washington St.,
Dave Christensen, Wyoming,
David Shaw, Stanford,
Paul Rhoads, Iowa St.,
Ken Niumatalolo, Navy

David Shaw

Mar. 1 - 3, 2013

NIKE Staff Presentations:
James Franklin, Vanderbilt,
Jimbo Fisher & Staff, Florida State,
Tony Reno, Yale,
Bill O’Brien, Penn St.,
Mark Richt, Georgia,
Ellis Johnson, So. Miss

Jimbo Fisher

Jan. 25 - 27, 2013

NIKE Staff Presentations:
Kirk Ferentz, Iowa,
June Jones, SMU,
Bronco Mendenhall, BYU,
Bill O’Brien, Penn St.
Mark Richt, Georgia

Mark Richt

Feb. 1 - 3, 2013

NIKE Staff Presentations by:
Paul Chryst, Pittsburgh,
Kirk Ferentz, Iowa,
Mike Gundy, Oklahoma St.,
Bob Surace, Princeton,
Larry Fedora, UNC

Mike Gundy

Feb. 7 - 9, 2013
NIKE Staff Presentations:
Paul Pasqualoni & Staff, UCONN,
Kyle Flood, Rutgers,
Chip Kelly, Oregon,
Steve Sarkisian, Washington

Chip Kelly

Feb. 7 - 9, 2013

NIKE Staff Presentations:
Gary Patterson, TCU,
Troy Calhoun, Air Force,
Mike London, Virginia,
Doug Marrone, Syracuse,
Todd Graham, Arizona St.,
Les Miles, LSU

Gary Patterson

Feb. 7 - 9, 2013

NIKE Staff Presentations:
Doug Marrone, Syracuse,
Mark Dantonio, Michigan St.,
David Shaw, Stanford,
Chris Petersen, Boise State,
Danny Hope, Purdue

Chris Petersen

Feb. 7 - 9, 2013

NIKE Staff Presentations:
Bill Blankenship, Tulsa,
Danny Hope, Purdue,
John Smith, Arkansas,
George O’Leary, UCF,
Will Muschamp, Florida,
Ole Miss Staff

Will Muschamp

Feb. 8 - 9, 2013

NIKE Staff Presentations:
Les Miles, LSU,
Doc Holliday, Marshall,
Tony Reno, Yale,
Joker Phillips, Kentucky

Les Miles

Feb. 15 - 16, 2013
The Galen Center at USC

NIKE Staff Presentations:
Lane Kiffin, USC,
Bronco Mendenhall, BYU,
Chris Ault, Nevada,
Rocky Long, San Diego St

Bronco Mendenhall

Feb. 15 - 17, 2013

NIKE Staff Presentations:
Rich Rodriguez, Arizona,
Tim Beckman, Illinois,
Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech,
Nick Saban, Alabama,
Paul Rhoads, Iowa St.,
Pete Lembo, Ball St.

Nick Saban

Feb. 15 - 17, 2013

NIKE Staff Presentations:
Art Briles, Baylor,
Bob Stoops, Oklahoma,
Jon Embree, Colorado,
Dana Holgorsen, WVU,
Troy Calhoun, Air Force,
Todd Graham, Arizona St.

Bob Stoops

Feb. 21 - 23, 2013

NIKE Staff Presentations:
Gary Pinkel & Staff, Missouri,
Ruffin McNeill, E. Carolina,
Jerry Kill, Minnesota,
Ken Niumatalolo, Navy,
Tim Beckman & Staff, Illinois

Ken Niumatalolo

Feb. 22 - 24, 2013

NIKE Staff Presentations:
Joker Phillips, Kentucky,
Paul Pasqualoni, UCONN,
Jon Embree, Colorado,
Bob Davie, New Mexico,
Lane Kiffin, USC,
Dabo Swinney, Clemson

Lane Kiffin

posted @ Thursday, November 29, 2012 3:47 PM by Ida






posted @ Monday, October 15, 2012 12:44 PM by tagteamadmin

Press Release: Nike Youth Coach of the Year

Nike Youth Coach of the Year Award Kicks Off this  2012-13 Youth Football Season With a Call to Vote.

Parents, athletes and fellow coaches are invited to Celebrate Their Coach's Sportsmanship, Integrity, Responsibility and Leadership with the New Nike Youth Coach of the Year Awards banquet and Coaches clinics.

posted @ Wednesday, July 18, 2012 11:15 PM by tagteamadmin

CLICK HERE! NLCM'S growth creates jobs







NLCM Regional Model Creates Job Opportunities  

The NLCM platform for League Certification has grown so popular that we are making changes daily to continue to provide you the same great quality that made NLCM such a great program. With that being said, it also has created much needed employment opportunities for Americans. We will be splitting the US service into four Regions: West, Central, Southeast and Northeast. Please continue to use customer service number 888-252-4272 for all your service needs.

There will be no service downtime while we perform the split. We estimate that it will speed up our service response time. Thank you for your continued support in aiding NLCM in Leveling the Playing Field.

-Clarence Nevels CEO/Founder

posted @ Tuesday, December 27, 2011 8:57 PM by tagteamadmin

CLICK HERE! NLCM Sets site on Mexico Youth Sports



Contact: Ida Perkins U.S.

Tag Team Sportz


Contact: Hector Donato Mexico

National League Certification Management

(81) 1809-6640

T.A.G. Team Inc.





Sabado, diciembre, 24, 2011

El Futbol Americano en México ha crecido en los últimos años y los equipos lo han estado demostrando en sus participaciones dentro del territorio americano, en donde diversos entrenadores norteamericanos comentan que los equipos y los jugadores de México juegan muy bien.

posted @ Tuesday, December 27, 2011 4:05 PM by tagteamadmin



Contact: Ida Perkins U.S.

Tag Team Sportz


Contact: Justin Dillon CAN

Power Combines Inc.


T.A.G. Team Inc.





Press Release: Tag Team Inc. and Power Combines Inc. Expand Partnership and Join Forces to Present National League Certification Management and the 5 Star Performance Camps

posted @ Monday, December 19, 2011 3:42 PM by tagteamadmin

CLICK HERE: Alabama Team Joins the Madness this Thanksgiving (they can use your help with travel expenses)

A Youth Football Team from Guntersville Alabama has been selected to go and play in a first ever youth football National Championship in Dallas, Texas. National League Certification Management, a Youth sports 3rd party certification organization is Teaming up with Tag Team to present the first ever youth football National Championship Tournament.

posted @ Thursday, October 27, 2011 9:31 AM by tagteamadmin






posted @ Thursday, October 06, 2011 10:09 AM by tagteamadmin

CLICK HERE! NLCM Texas 1st Official certification site 1010 Collins

DFW's #1 Home for NLCM Certification  

posted @ Friday, July 01, 2011 2:35 PM by tagteamadmin

CLICK HERE Hanging up the whistle

Don’t let his deceptively calm demeanor fool you. When it comes to saving children, there is no one more tenacious than Clarence Nevels, president of National League Certification Management in Grand Prairie, Texas.

posted @ Tuesday, May 10, 2011 12:20 PM by tagteamadmin

7-on-7 Prime Time Sports

.7-on-7 Prime Time Sports

Prime Time Sportsis your complete Texas source for elite 7on7 Passing Tournaments for Sub Varsity teams and Junior High School athletes. Prime Time Sports follows a school-based system for all 7 on 7 teams which help create team chemistry between quarterbacks, receivers, and running backs and the linebackers, cornerbacks, and safeties, better preparing them for their fall tackle season

Prime Time Sports also creates the best opportunities for exposure during the off season, so that athletes will be considered early and recognized by their High School Coaches as play makers.  This format has tremendous National appeal and truly allows those athletes that may not have had a chance to show off their skills during the regular season to showcase their off-season hard work. High School coaches can’t be everywhere all the time, but they can see their players develop and grow in this system.  Prime Time Sports serves as your central access to the Nation’s most elite off season Football program 7-on-7, were youth football players continue enhancing their skills through the many repetitions available in a fast-paced passing game gaining valuable experience during the spring and summer. 7-on-7 truly has High Schools and Youth Coaches, Football Players and Parents at the center of what they do!

This weekend Texas Prepstars got to see Prime Time Sports 7-on-7 up close and personal. The Junior High School and Sub Varsity teams poured into Nimitz High School to compete for an opportunity to make it to College Station for the Championship game. Teams such as: Stephenville Yellow Jackets, Southlake Dragons, Nimitz, J.J. Pearce, Rockwall Yellow Jackets, Celina Bobcats, Alvarado Cobras, Lewisville Farmers were in attendance. The event had no shortage of talent on the field.  An Alvarado freshman CJ Johnson was worth the trip out to Irving alone. Johnson is 6’3 195lb OLB that displayed great footwork and cover skills. Irving Nimitz has a pair of brothers 10th grade 6’2 190lb WR Kevin Carpenter and 9th grade RB Kenneth Carpenter who stands approximately 5’10” 165 that will soon be lighting up at Irving Independent Stadium. Last but not least there was a pair of 8th graders out of Rockwall Tx that I could not take my eyes off of. QB Austin Grandstaff stood an impressive 6’4 165lb. and Elijah Thomas 6’6” 250lb. athlete with height and footwork that should be a perfect recipe for a left tackle at any level. is the premier resources for finding unknown talent. Create a profile, and build an athletic resume today.

News: Prime Time Sports, the leader in providing show case youth athletic events in Texas, recently announced that NFA – Texas is its official football training organization. NFA – Texas is the Texas arm of the National Football Academies (NFA), the premier football training organization in the United States.


Contact Prime Time Sports regarding 7 on 7 Football, or if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact the Football Office either at or 972-355-3788 972-355-3788  x 2.

Contact NFA-Texas @ or 214.552.9078.



posted @ Thursday, April 07, 2011 9:47 AM by tagteamadmin

A Pause for a Cause

Written on March 30, 2011 at 7:09am, by Tag Team

During the past few years, there has been a major media storm of reports of youth leagues allowing ineligible players to play on the field.  Although youth football is the focus of this article let us not forget there are other contact sports like lacrosse, soccer, wrestling, MMA and even basketball. Unfortunately, both the fan and player culture in many of these sports, especially football and hockey, have historically been promoted through dramatic hits and gladiator style moments making them lose sight of what youth sports it is all about.

As the sports’ community experience the reality that all are not in it for the same reason, many organizations are seeking help to remove the responsibility from those that have gotten caught up with the all might “W”.

The National League Certification Management a program offered by Tag Team Inc. has launched an initiative to support leagues across the United States. NLCM does not make rules for leagues, but is designed to enforce guidelines and rules set forth by the leagues themselves. Third Party certification is the answer to a very serious issue. Organization heads have a duty to the parents of today’s student-athletes to provide a safe and level playing field.  

 NLCM has made tremendous progress over the last several years, but there is still much to be done to solve the crisis. This does mark a shift in how youth sports will be played and be the start of a new awareness for keeping young athletes safe/healthy. This of course should be viewed as good news and in several years, we may look back at this as a critical juncture and positive turning point.

For all that are passionate about youth sports, whether you’re a parent of an athlete or a concerned coach yourself, please take time out to encouraging change.

Get Involved, Stay involved and make the change. For more information on the National League Certification Management Program visit, or to join our staff please contact Ida Perkins at 214-215-4426  We encourage you to forward/share this article using the toolbar below.


posted @ Wednesday, March 30, 2011 10:14 AM by tagteamadmin

Rumor has it United Youth Football League will Level their playing field in 2011 with NLCM

Rumor has it  the United Youth Football League has had talks with NLCM Founder Clarence Nevels about the importance of third-party certification, and have had discussions about rolling out a pilot program for the upcoming  2011 season. The UYFL is made up of independent organizations coming together to increase not only their buying power with merchandise retailers, but also bringing a true National Championship game for the independent organization with rules that allow independents to participate with structure, but without being forced to operate in season under strict weight limits and guidelines. Their is more than meets the eye with this organization. The individuals in charge recognize that the league is only as powerful as the revenue it generates. They emphasize the importance of family and children not suffering to support the league. Products that organizations have to purchase on a year in year out bases become a means for organizations to generate capital to sustain their existence. The National League Certification Management is for organizations that put the safety and well being of the children and their families first.  

posted @ Tuesday, March 29, 2011 2:36 PM by tagteamadmin

NLCM has an ear to the street

A new Marshal rides into town!!!

The Texas Marshals youth football team has gladly welcomed the newest Marshal into
their posey. Marshal, Zachary Scott, rides into the posey with some great accolades.
 Zachary was the Running back/ Safety for the back to back champions Pleasant Grove
Lions. Where Zachary  took the MVP honors on both of the back to back championships.

During these his two MVP seasons Zachary rushed for over 1,900 yards with 45 TD's.
Zachary also managed to pull in 5 interceptions and 35 tackles on Defense.

Zachary will be joining the National ranked 12u Marshal team. The Marshals President Ruben Campos
expressed how extremely happy he is to welcome Zachary and his family to our Marshal family.
This should be a great season for Marshal football, so
I advise everyone to go out and get your popcorn ready.

So if you feel the ground trembling, and see a cloud of dust riding your way. You
might just see the Marshals coming.

For more information on the Texas Marshals, visit their website at

posted @ Monday, March 28, 2011 10:18 PM by tagteamadmin

DFW Ultimate Youth Sports JOINS NLCM Network for 2011 Fall Season

Leagues are successful because of the people that run them. After talking to DFW Ultimate Youth Sports League representative Clayton Dokes who is the SGP Rams Athletic Director an organization based out of Grand Prairie TX and he stated, “we take great pride in what we have accomplished with the SGP Rams, and we want to surround ourselves with organizations who share our same family first philosophy." The DFW Ultimate Youth Sports Organization was formed with a simple basic business model. All the organizations that participate will have a designated person on the board with a voice. These principles are sure to be the basis for the leagues success. The kids will definitely be the beneficiaries of this great concept. NLCM will help level the playing field for the new DFW youth organization this fall. 

posted @ Thursday, March 03, 2011 10:14 AM by tagteamadmin

YFL USA Talks Safety with NLCM Network

I was so impressed with the YFL USA Organization  based out of Houston Tx. that I had to write a brief article about my meeting with this classy organization. I drove from Dallas to Houston Texas after a brief conversation with YFL spokeswoman Diane Walter only to find the most pleasant group of volunteers I had come across in a long time. The meeting was outlined as if it was a fortune 500 company. The meeting opened with everyone introducing themselves and new members having an opportunity to announce themselves and the organization they were there to represent. Let me backup for a second. I was first greeted with the most delightful Danish I had ever tasted. It kind of made you feel like they wanted you to feel like family yet with a let’s get down to business structure.  I was afforded an opportunity to present the NLCM features and benefits, and it didn’t take long before the group expressed concerns about safety, fair play and the growth of their league. The youth matter in the YFL organization, and NLCM would be proud to offer services to such a wonderful group of individuals.

posted @ Thursday, March 03, 2011 9:30 AM by tagteamadmin

Northwest Texas Youth Football Association JOINS NLCM! 2011

posted @ Thursday, March 03, 2011 9:02 AM by tagteamadmin

CLICK HERE: Alabama Team makes the cut

Monday, February 14


With great football tradition throughout Alabama it isn't a surprise that Alabama have a team recognized on NLCM National Rankings Report. Alabama is not only a college state, it is home to some of the toughest youth football programs in the country. Small towns in Alabama pack some of the most talented athletes. Most of these athletes go unnoticed do to the lack of exposure. NLCM is dedicated to shining light on these young talents. Stay tuned as NLCM's NYS News brings you the latest and greatest out of this great state.


posted @ Wednesday, February 23, 2011 11:19 PM by tagteamadmin

CLICK HERE: Mexican youth football teams dominate in Alice

Mexican youth football teams dominate in Alice



The youngsters from the Turneo football league in Monterrey, Mexico dominated the South Texas Champions in Alice Saturday in Sunday. The Mexican youth football teams won the Super Senior and Senior Divisions. In their unique and patriotic uniforms and speaking Spanish. Video by Pete Garcia





Monday, January 24, 2011 3:46 PM CST

posted @ Tuesday, January 25, 2011 12:14 PM by tagteamadmin

CLICK HERE: 2011 South Texas Championship

Teams traveled both Nationally and Internantionlly to attend the South Texas Tournament in Alice, Tx. Drama brewed, but NLCM again proved that leveling the playing field is a must!

posted @ Monday, January 24, 2011 10:22 AM by tagteamadmin

CLICK HERE: Snoop Dogg Bringing Youth Football League To Chicago

NLCM ON A POSITIVE NOTE: Snoop Dogg Bringing Youth Football League To Chicago

posted @ Sunday, January 16, 2011 6:20 PM by tagteamadmin

CLICK HERE: #1 Ranked Waxahachi Sioux HOT OFF THE PRESS!!!

Ellis County Youth Football Super Bowl

posted @ Sunday, January 16, 2011 5:51 PM by tagteamadmin

CLICK HERE: “Youth Football Leagues Spark Excitement in Steamboat (CO)”

Youth Football League Grows in Colorado

(Youth1) – The youth tackle football league in Steamboat Springs, Colorado is bigger than ever this season with six teams and 72 players. Find out more about the program in the article below.


posted @ Friday, January 14, 2011 8:48 AM by tagteamadmin

CLICK HERE: Think you have seen or heard it all with outrageous youth football coaching stories? Think again.

More Youth Football Coaching Horror Stories

Think you have seen or heard it all with outrageous youth football coaching stories? Think again.

posted @ Thursday, January 13, 2011 10:38 PM by tagteamadmin

CLICK HERE: AYFL champs ranked nationally

AYFL champs ranked nationally

Teams included young players from San Diego

By Pete Garcia
Alice Echo-News Journal
Published: Monday, January 10, 2011 9:22 AM CST

posted @ Monday, January 10, 2011 3:54 PM by tagteamadmin

CLICK HERE: Chino Valley, Arizona Youth football cheating case

12/22/2010 11:18:00 AM
Cheating clear, fault is not, in youth football case

posted @ Friday, December 31, 2010 5:38 PM by tagteamadmin

CLICK HERE: Winning program with unfortunate situation (read more)

National League Certification Management is reaching out to leagues all across the nation to help "Level the Playing Field".

Find out how NLCM can help with league and tournament certification.

posted @ Friday, December 31, 2010 2:27 PM by tagteamadmin

Jakolby Polk

Jakolby Polk is a 5'7 180 lb graduating senior of the Corsicana High School. He has been a vital member of the secondary for the past 2 years. Jakolby has been slated as one of the best cover corners in district

16-4A as well as in the state of Texas. He has been consistently  placed on the opponents best receiver in man to man coverage. Despite his small stature, he is very intelligent and is like a coach on the field.  Inspite transferring back to Corsicana from Arlington in 2008, Jakolby regained his starting position and never relinguished it. Jakolby has been given several awards. Following the 2008 season, he received the honor of honorable mention of district 16-4A(this district includes teams with winning traditions such as Waco High, Waco Midway, Waxahachie and Ennis). In 2009, his senior year he was vital in helping his team return to the playoffs after a 3 to 4 year hiatus. He received 1st team all district and golden circle honors. Although Jakolby's athletic prowess is very impressive, he is even a better young man. Jakolby is a very respectful young man with a 3.6 GPA. He is a coaches delight and he will be successful at the next level and also in life as a productive citizen.

Coach Williams

posted @ Monday, January 04, 2010 10:40 PM by tagteamadmin

Malcom Surrell

Malcom Surrell is a Junior at James Bowie High School in Arlington, TX.  He is 5' 7" tall and weighs 170 pounds.  Malcom (#23) is the starting Cornerback and the deep man on kickoff returns.  He has been playing on varsity football team since his Sophomore year.  Malcom has been playing football since he was 6 years old.  He started as a running back with the Arlington Blue Devils. 

Malcom is an excellent student.  He is a member of AVID and has perfect attendance for 11 years.  He was voted Defensive Player of the Week during the week of November 30th in the playoff game against Southlake Carroll.  He made 8 tackles, 3 pass breakups, and 1 interception.  He had 6 interceptions the entire season, two of which resulted in touchdowns.

Malcom is on the track team and runs a 4.4 40 yard dash.  He is also one of the best long jumpers in the state.  When he was in the 8th grade, he broke and continues to hold the record for long jump.  He currently jumps over 23 feet and is improving every year.  

Malcom is a diligent team player and gives 100% every game.  He hopes to attend LSU, Texas, TCU or OU and major in Business and Marketing.   


posted @ Monday, January 04, 2010 10:29 AM by tagteamadmin

Terrance Tusan

Trinity tailback Terrance Tusan, a third-stringer before injuries took out the Trojans’ top two backs, proved capable of carrying the load at 5-foot-5 and 145 pounds.

Tusan rushed 29 times for 196 yards and two TDs. He ran for 149 yards in the first half, when Trinity (4-2, 3-1) took control by scoring on its first three possessions.

Tusan scored the Trojans’ first two touchdowns on runs of 2 and 1 yards. He set up the third — fullback Antonio Gonzalez’s 1-yard run — by breaking a 61-yard run from his team’s 20 after Colleyville Heritage failed to down a punt near the Trinity goal line.

That 61-yard run in the second quarter pushed Tusan past the 134 yards he gained last week against Fossil Ridge, his first game replacing Tevin Williams.

Damien Hart, the Trojans’ other tailback whom Lineweaver said has been "gimpy," did have one carry for nine yards. But Friday, the charge with carrying Trinity’s offense was Tusan’s.

"It’s a big opportunity," Tusan said. "I’m happy coach Lineweaver and all the coaches trust me. I just hope to keep improving and improving."

If Tusan does keep improving, the rest of District 5-5A will not be happy.


posted @ Tuesday, October 13, 2009 9:16 AM by tagteamadmin

Kyrian Batiste

Kyrian Batiste Class of 2011 is a Junior that stands about 6'2 and 265 lbs. He has been playing football since the age of 5. He has played every postion on the offensive and defensive line from the age of 5 until 12. At the asge of 13 is when he realized he could be one of the more dominant players in the texas area. He  has since put his focus on Deffenisve Tackle and Offensive Guard. He has a work ethic like not other on the field and you can always count on him to be there in the fourth quarter.  Kyrian started playing at Bowie High School in his Freshman year and was asked to go on the varsity playoff team as an scoutt player. In his Sophomore year Kyrian was called up to the Varsity squad that went into the third round of the state playoffs.  He played in every game and got valuable playing time to set him up for his Junior year where he now starts.  He has several schools looking at him and he is interested in a school where they will utilize his skills to hlep the team win.  He can play several postions on the football team and is willing to adjust to what ever postion a college would like for him to play.This is the beginning of a great all purpose Lineman. He attended the NUC (National Underclassmen Combine)  and made it to the Ultimate 100 for  NUC. He has gone to Oklhoma, Texas A&M, Oklhoma State, TCU and the Universitiy of Houston Football camp.  He left each camp with some impressions on both the offensive and deffensive coaches. He was asked at each camp what school he goes to and they expressed some intrest in him and stated he would be on the watch list.  HE IS DEFINITELY A D-1 OG/DT."  

posted @ Friday, September 11, 2009 10:43 AM by tagteamadmin

Breyun Owens


Breyun Owens is a member of the Class of 2013 at South Grand Prairie High School where he has made Varsity Football as a true Freshmen. He stands a massive 6'2 1/2", 292 lbs.

His impressive frame is small compared to his many accomplishments.

As an 8th grader he won 1st place in the following wrestling tournaments

Titian Invitational @ Centennial HS

Allen Tournament of Champions Novice Division 5 275 lb Weight Class

Cotton Bowl Classic

TX USA North Regionals Division 5 200 lb Weight Class

Cowboy Capital Wrestling Championship 

Not to Mention 1st place Title in the 2009 TX-USA Open Tournament Division 5 275 lb Weight Class


I could go on and on about his athletic accomplishments, but I am most proud of his 3.8 GPA. He received numerous recommendation fo the National Junior Honor Society and was not selected. He has vowed to graduate at the Top of His Class and Dreams of attending the University of Oklahoma

One Motto Breyun live by is "If what my Dad does to me in training doesn't kill me, it will make me stronger:" LOL!

Love Dad aka "Coach"

posted @ Tuesday, September 01, 2009 2:03 PM by tagteamadmin

Taylor Hill




As a four-year starter for the Ellis County Basketball Club (ECBC) Titans Elite,  Taylor Hill has lead the Titans AAU Select Club in rebounds, assists and overall character.  As a freshman for Waxahachie High School, Taylor started for the Indians Junior Varsity and lead them to a 2nd place finish in District.  Taylor averaged 16pts, 5 assist and 6 rebounds per game. At the Italy High School Varsity Tournament, Taylor was awareded Tournament MVP - as a Freshman.  "We are thrilled to have someone with Taylor's work ethic and passion for the game on our team", said Coach T who has coached Taylor in select basketball for the past four years. 


Taylor is an extremely hard worker on the court and even harder in the classroom. Taylor is an honor student at Waxahachie High School, where she is ranked in the top 25% percentile of her class with a 3.7 gpa.  Taylor has plans to pursue a Bachelor's degree in Science at Duke University and would like to become a Science Teacher and pass on her passion of basketball as a Basketball Coach.





posted @ Monday, June 15, 2009 10:20 PM by tagteamadmin

Blaine Townsend

Blaine Townsend is a member of the Class of 2011 at Wichita Falls Rider High School where he plays Nose Tackle and Fullback for the Raiders. He started and/or played in 12 games as a sophomore (6 games at NT and 8 games at FB).   He is 5’-11 ½”, 230lb, has a 4.9-40 and a 32” vertical.   Blaine’s role will expand in his Jr. year as he will go both ways on offense and defense as well as being the deep snapper for punts. Blaine has played football since he was 6yrs old, and with 3 years of participating in a spring select football league, has a total of 13 years experience. In those 13years Blaine has literally played every position on the offense and defense except for CB and Safety. Among his accomplishments, he has returned one interception for a TD his freshmen year.  
Blaine also is a member of the Raider power lifting team where his season best lifts were 500lb. Squat, 325 bench and a 500lb. Dead lift for a total of 1325 as a soph. which is good enough to be in the top 15 in his weight class. Blaine has achieved a top 5 national ranking as a Junior Olympic weight lifter having finished 2nd and 3rd in national meets. He has recorded over 30 reps of 225lbs. in the Bench.
As his sophomore year closes Blaine was selected by his Teachers and his peers to be in the PAL’s program. Blaine has a 3.2 GPA
One motto Blaine lives by is: “when you’re not working out someone else is”

posted @ Wednesday, May 20, 2009 7:46 AM by tagteamadmin

Danielle Conley

Danielle Conley, born 6/17/1995, with a height of 5'2 and weight of 102lbs., at 13 is a multi sport athlete currently attending Truman Middle School in Grand Prairie, Texas. Next year she will attend South Grand Prairie High school as a freshman graduating in June 2013. Danielle has been a straight A student her entire school career and is currently a Pre-AP "A" Honor roll student at Truman Middle School. Danielle plans to further her education by becoming an Attorney and with a GPA of 4.0 she is well on her way. 
Danielle has played 2 years of Middle School Volleyball, Basketball, and Track.  In track (200,400,800, High Jump, & Long Jump) Danielle recently completed her 2nd MS track season; winning 1st at the Grand Prairie City Track Meet in both the Open 400M (City Meet 62 sec - season personal best 56 sec) & 800M (City meet 2:43sec - Seasons best 2:30 sec) and finishing 2nd in High Jump (Seasons best 5'2").  Currently she is running with the MYSL Track Team and looking forward to an excellent summer season.
Danielle is currently playing in her 2nd year of Select Basketball for Team Ichiban Basketball Club on the 14U JV squad as a guard/shooting guard.  They are currently undefeated in 2009 AAU tournament play.  She has also played 2 years of Basketball at Truman MS where they also had a stellar season.
She has 5 years of competitive cheerleading (lead flyer) and gymnastics and recently made the SGP Warriors HS cheerleading squad and is looking forward to cheering next year at SGP. 
Both her athletic and scholastic abilities will enable her to reach another level of excellence.  With her continued hard work and dedication, there’s no limit to what she can achieve!

posted @ Tuesday, May 12, 2009 1:38 PM by tagteamadmin

Jeffrey Thomas

The making of … Jeffrey Thomas
RESPECT ALL… FEAR NONE is the motto Jeffery Thomas takes with him to bed at night to remind him to keep reaching and not to let fear stand in his way. At first meeting he is a quiet kid, slightly humble, until he gets to know you. Please don’t let that fool you. Off the field he can be a chatterer that brings a lot of jokes, a great attitude, and a 3.1 GPA. On the field of battle he becomes a whole different person. 
As a player, he becomes a necessary leader, a student of the game, a kid that is willing to go the extra mile to win the game. A necessary leader is someone that can see a need and fulfill it. If he needs to talk to a player about something they are doing wrong, he will. If he needs to step up his game because he sees a gap that needs to be filled, he will. If he needs to defend to let someone else shine, he will. He respects all that step out to challenge him, but does not fear them. He’s a true competitor.
Currently a 6’3.5 freshman for Duncanville High School, the first question he’s usually asked is “you play basketball”? He usually smiles and answers quietly, “I play FOOTBALL and basketball”. As a child, Jeffrey started playing both sports in Northern CA at the age of 7, pretty much to keep him busy (a kid with too much energy). Even at a young age, his raw talents were undeniable. He helped take his pop-warner football team to 2nd in their division for 2 years in a row and 2 league championships, one with an undefeated season his first year and the other with only 1 loss. Basketball wasn’t much different, winning many awards and even placing 3rd with the first year of his select team in Las Vegas in the 5th grade. He moved to Texas in his 7th grade year and is quietly trying to take this state by storm.
In 2008/2009, he was selected to attend a Jr. All American basketball camp in Virginia and graduated from the freshman basketball team to JV for Duncanville.   In football he finished his freshman season with 15 touchdowns, scoring at least 1 touchdown and 1 run-in field goal against every team Duncanville played. He won the NUC Wide Receiver MVP award in Dallas for the freshman class and is being considered for Varsity next year, depending on the work he puts in over the summer., in evaluating his performance, stated that they were impressed with “his ability to beat smaller DBs deep” and that “he creates great separation”. That he is “just scratching the surface of his potential”. I think he has no where to go but UP!

posted @ Wednesday, May 06, 2009 12:52 PM by tagteamadmin

Anthony McGhee

My name is Anthony McGhee I started playing football at the age of 5. By, the age of 10 I was the starting quarterback for the Northside Tigers in Monroe, La. I led my team to a undefeated record and a trip to play in the Louisiana Superdome in which we won the title. By, the age of 11 I moved to Texas. In my 7th grade yr I had switched to running back which I played also my 8th grade yr. Once, I got to high school coaches realized that I was an athlete and tried me at other positions such as corner, receiver, safety, and return man. By, my sophomore yr I found myself playing varsity football. I stood out as a great receiver and return man and some times also found myself on defense. This past season I was named 2 team all district receiver and currently have an offer from UTEP. I look forward to improving my game this upcoming season and become known as one of the top recruits in the nation. My mom is a driving force in my life and without here I wouldn't be here so I thank her and GOD for giving me this oppurtunity. I want to be known as the best ever and to leave a great trail of foot steps for my younger brother to follow. Last, but not least I look forward to fulfilling my dreams in making it to the NFL by keeping GOD first because, without himI wouldn't have this chance a chance most young men my age don't have so I thank him, my family, friends & everyone that supports me.

posted @ Tuesday, April 28, 2009 8:51 AM by tagteamadmin

Cameron White

Youth Spotlight



posted @ Monday, April 13, 2009 2:30 PM by tagteamadmin

SGP DT Joey Searcy signed with Minnesota!!

posted @ Monday, April 13, 2009 9:08 AM by tagteamadmin

Marco Campos

Youth Spotlight





Marco is A/B honor roll student, and has a huge love for the games of Football and Basketball, and recently has had huge success in both of these sports the last four months. First by winning and quaterbacking the AMG Panthers to a superbowl championship, and most recently playing in two basketball championships on the same day. Bringing home a championship and co-championship.

Marco is now honed in on winning his third championship in 6 months, by hopefully  winning the 7on7 football championship in May.

posted @ Friday, March 13, 2009 5:23 PM by tagteamadmin

Cedric Bates, South Grand Prairie TX QB/DB


Cedric Bates

NEWS FLASH! Cedric Bates SIGNS with Air Force! "it has not been an easy road", says Cedric he started 2007 as the South Grand Prairie HS Varsity Quaterback. Head Coach Robert Davies never lost faith in Cedric, but made a critical QB change to start the 2008 season. Cedric a hard working self motivated athlete is caught in between a rock and a hard place. He is a Senior without a starting position to showcase his abilities to the scouting world. For more info on Cedric Bates e-mail me at

posted @ Monday, November 03, 2008 11:09 AM by Coach

Malcom Surrell, Bowie HS Sophmore Cornerback




Malcolm Surrell

Malcolm, is a speedy back up corner on Varsity that will most certainly be a top college prospect next season. He is as sound as they come at Cornerback. Quick feet and great hips, and has a passion for the one on one challenge. He stands about 5'7", but he has explosive vertical jumping ability that helps make up for his lack of size. Division I material. 



posted @ Monday, November 03, 2008 10:54 AM by Coach

Cameron White, Bowie HS Sophmore

Cameron White is talented Sophmore WR currently playing on the JV squad at Bowie HS in Arlington Texas. Sunday night Coach Perry moved Cameron up on Varsity to finally allow him to compete on the Varsity level. Mr. White did not disappoint the fans. He scored an acrobatic touchdown against Sam Houston and smiled as he ran to the side lines as if to say, " you aint seen nothin yet!"

posted @ Monday, November 03, 2008 10:29 AM by Coach

Trey Allen University of Texas

If you wondered what happened to Trey Allen Click the Link below

posted @ Thursday, October 23, 2008 2:32 AM by Coach

Joe Walker: An Elite College Prep Athletic Instructor

Joe Walker: An Elite College Prep Athletic Instructor

posted @ Tuesday, October 21, 2008 1:31 PM by tagteamadmin

John Biggins Sports Agent & Attorney Teams Up With T.A.G. Team

John Biggins Sports Agent & Attorney

Mr. Biggins has teamed up with to answer some important questions on the ins and outs of the sports world.

posted @ Monday, October 20, 2008 6:43 PM by tagteamadmin

Tangela Fuller

ATHLETIC BIO 15 seasons at ACE volleyball club 2 seasons at YMCA 1 season at MYVA 2 Jr High seasons 1 High school season 2 club seasons Previously played basketball for 7 1/2 years.

posted @ Thursday, September 18, 2008 4:00 PM by tagteamadmin

Talo Palscal

2009 update!! Talo finished his Freshmen year like Tag Team predicted! On TOP! Talo is a strong runner, and will be on Tag Teams radar as one of the elites! As an 8th grader, he recorded a 4.5 forty yard dash time at the National Underclassmen Combine. Coble Middle School Athlete of the Year 2yrs in a row.

posted @ Tuesday, September 16, 2008 3:06 PM by tagteamadmin

Cameron White

Cameron White jumped an impressive 43.6 ½ to win state in the triple jump.  Texas has always been known to put out great track athletes, Cameron will be one to watch in 2009 in Arlington, TX. 11-5A

posted @ Tuesday, September 16, 2008 3:03 PM by tagteamadmin

Loryn Darthard

On her 2nd trip to Nationals, Loryn Darthard proved to be a competitive athlete.  Loryn earned a Top 10 Finish at the 2008 Junior Olympics in the discus.

posted @ Tuesday, September 16, 2008 2:47 PM by tagteamadmin

Robert Bergara

5’6 – 140lbs

Throws/Bats – Right

Position – Multi

Mansfield Summit High School

posted @ Tuesday, September 16, 2008 2:45 PM by tagteamadmin

Sydnee Pennie

Sydnee Pennie is a good shooter with fast feet. She can score off the dribble at will.  Pros: speed, ball handling, shooting Cons: takes breaks during games, maturity.

posted @ Tuesday, September 16, 2008 2:43 PM by tagteamadmin

Leonard Aikens

T.A.G. TEAM tells it like it is!  Leonard Aikens is hands down the Metroplex's best up and coming RB!  Can he, will he prove to the scouting world and himself that he can make the grade!  Keep up with Leonard on      

posted @ Tuesday, September 16, 2008 2:39 PM by tagteamadmin

Robert "BJ" Jenkins

2009 NUC MVP! High energy, and explosive power keeps Mr. Jenkins on Tag Teams top list of athletes to look out for! 2008 Bowie HS 5'10" 181
Basketball: Guard, Forward
Football: LB, RB
"BJ" as they call him, has been a child phenom since the age of 6. Now he will show the HS world what he can do.

posted @ Tuesday, September 16, 2008 2:37 PM by tagteamadmin

Talo Pascal, RB Class of 2012

2009 UPDATE! Talo Rushed for over 2100 yrds, and added on an additional 200+ recieving. He also had an eye popping 25 touchdowns this past season! To say the least his speed has improved to a jaw dropping 4.43! Mansfield Timberview has Varsity plan for him this upcoming season, as they should! /2008 Talo should thank his mother and father everyday for the gift of “Speed.”  This speedy Running Back made our Top Freshmen list with ease.  As an 8th grader, he recorded a 4.5 forty yard dash time at the National Underclassmen Combine.

posted @ Tuesday, September 16, 2008 2:35 PM by tagteamadmin

Christina Perkins

2009 Update! Christina Perkins shows just how strong her heart and her leg is. Running in  2 Varsity Meets and preforming at a High Level. I nthink she has answered the question. /2008  Coming off of an injury this April to her right tibia, South Grand Prairie has to wonder how strong “Chris”, will be after the injury. She had an impressive 8th Grade season at Reagan M.S. in Grand Prairie, Texas.

posted @ Tuesday, September 16, 2008 2:32 PM by tagteamadmin

Baylee Barnes

Baylee stands 5'9" tall at 12yrs. old. She is a multi-sport athlete with jumping and running ability. Daughter to former Pro linebacker Reggie Barnes, Pittsburgh Steelers & Dallas Cowboys.

posted @ Tuesday, September 16, 2008 2:27 PM by tagteamadmin

Deon Houston

2009 Update! Houston We have a transfer! Deon leaves South Grand Prairie! Prep School Bound Houston is indeed going to be missed! Deon Houston is a Top 150 prospect nationally.  Deon is small but quick and has good court awareness that could easily put him in the top 50 in his class. Pros: good shooter, great passer, Cons: size, strength.

posted @ Tuesday, September 16, 2008 2:22 PM by tagteamadmin

Alisha Filmore, PG

09 prospect, Alisha Filmore, verbally committed to play basketball for SMU for the 2009-2010 season, according to the Dallas Morning News.

posted @ Tuesday, September 16, 2008 2:20 PM by tagteamadmin

Roger Franklin

Roger Franklin - College Basketball Recruiting 2009 - ESPN  Oklahoma State Bound!

Franklin is a blue-collar 3-man who can score in a variety of ways. He is at his best when slashing to the basket and utilizing his upper body strength. He also has a solid turn-around jump shot and he gets nice lift on it as well.

posted @ Tuesday, September 16, 2008 2:17 PM by tagteamadmin

Diamond Evans

Class of 2012
Team Name: Mansfield, Timberview  Primary Sport: Basketball
Positions: Center, Forward, Guard

posted @ Tuesday, September 16, 2008 2:11 PM by tagteamadmin

Lee Ware

Texas ranks high on the food chain for Division I Colleges.  Athletes like Lee Ware are the reason why. He is 6.0ft/ 205lb 8th grade phenom. Lee is fast, strong and even sound academically. Look out class of 2012

posted @ Tuesday, September 16, 2008 2:08 PM by tagteamadmin

Brandy "Starr" Crawford

09' NEWS FLASH! Brandy "STARR" Crawford signs with the one and only TCU Hornfrogs! 08' Press release: Brandy is a returning starter to Summit High, was a major contribute to the Lady Rhythm basketball team winning the BCS National Championship in 2007. Brandy is dominating in the paint; she is truly a force to be reckoned with                        

posted @ Tuesday, September 16, 2008 2:05 PM by tagteamadmin

Alexis Johns

Arlington Seguin sophomore pitcher Alexis Johns was a junior varsity catcher last year. She made the transition to pitching at coach Christie Caffey's request and has helped the Lady Cougars reach the Class 4A Region II semifinals.

posted @ Monday, September 15, 2008 2:19 PM by tagteamadmin

Nolan Dennis, SG


2009 Nolan Signed w/Balylor in WACO, Texas - Nolan Dennis, a 6-5 shooting guard from Richland High School in North Richland Hills, Texas, signed to play basketball with the Baylor Bears men's basketball program Thursday.

Rated as high as No. 44 in the nation currently in the ESPNU 100, the 185-pound guard was rated No. 15 at his position nationally by both and in the fall and No. 58 overall in the Class of 2009. Dennis originally signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Memphis but was granted his full release earlier this month.

"We have recruited Nolan for some time and have developed a great deal of trust and respect for Carol and the Dennis family," head coach Scott Drew said. "We are very excited to have them as a part of our Baylor family."

posted @ Monday, September 15, 2008 1:32 PM by tagteamadmin

Blake Murray, QB

Kemp TX is home to an up and coming freshmen QB, Blake Murray. Pros: Stong arm, accurate and loves the game. Cons: speed and height. Video

posted @ Monday, September 15, 2008 12:51 PM by tagteamadmin

Alisha Filmore Commits To SMU

09'  Press Release! Alisha Signed with SMU!!!  Alisha Filmore along with several talented young athletes utilized as one of the ways to get noticed.  The internet is a powerful tool that can allow one to be seen by many in just a touch of a button. 

posted @ Wednesday, July 16, 2008 11:00 AM by tagteamadmin

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