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David Bascome

David Bascome, born in Smith, Bermuda, started his soccer career with North Village Rams at the age of 7yrs playing the Forward position. At the age of 16, Bascome played his 1st division team with the National Youth Team in Bermuda. After four years of playing, he signed his professional contract with the Harrisburg Heat of the National Professional Soccer League, USA at the age of 20. Bascome went on to play 18 seasons with the MISL/NPSL (Indoor Soccer League). He played for the North Village Rams (Bermuda), Harrisburg Heat, Denver Thunder, Baltimore Blast, all pro indoor and the Harrisburg City Islanders, pro outdoor. He won his first championship during his 2003-2004 season with the Baltimore Blast, and won 4 championships in the last 6 years with Baltimore Blast. He also formerly played for the Bermuda national football team, featuring in several FIFA World Cup qualification matches. To continue his love for the game, Bascome retired after 18 years, making a name for himself in the history of soccer. Bascome was named to the Player/Assistant Coaching position of the Baltimore Blast on October 12, 2006. In his second year on the coaching staff, Bascome helped lead the team to the 2008 MISL Championship. Growing up in a foster home and surviving an abusive childhood, Bascome earned a MBE from the Queen of England (Member of Order to the British Empire) for helping young people and playing professional. He recently became a member of the Champions 4 Champions, where he will join sport legends such as Sam Jones, Ken Easley and Ed 'Too Tall' Jones in supporting the community and the families of our nation’s troops. During Bascome’s off-season, he is the Founder and President of ISL (Professional Island Soccer League) and Hope4Life Program. The ISL program has been designed to help keep young men focused and off the street. The Hope4Life is an anti-drugs and violence program, where he does motivational speaking, which provides a great tool in his effort in overcoming his speech impediment. Bascome also writes a weekly column for The Royal Gazette news paper in Bermuda about sports and the perils of life. View Guest page

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Stanley Jerome Pritchett

Stanley Jerome Pritchett, born in Atlanta, GA is a former NFL Fullback with 9 years of pro experience. He played for the Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles, Chicago Bears and the Atlanta Falcons, where he retired from. He was a 4th round pick in the ’96 NFL draft from University of South Carolina. He is the son of Dr. Stanley Pritchett, President of Morris Brown College and Dr. Sharon Pritchett, a former educator with the Dekalb County Schools. Following his parents footsteps in education, he currently teaches and is the head football coach of Booker T. Washington High School. Pritchett is coming off a great coaching accomplishment this past season, where he coached one of the nation’s top prospect and Parade Magazine All-American cornerback, Brandon Smith, who recently signed with the University of Georgia. Pritchett currently resides in Atlanta, where he enjoys fatherhood with his 4 children, and in his spare time indulges in working out and reading. View Guest page

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Trevor Ruffin

Trevor Ruffin born in Buffalo, NY, is a former Point Guard, who played in both the NBA & ABA. He attended Bennett High School & played for Arizona Western Community College and the University of Hawaii. Ruffin became a free agent in ‘94 & signed with the Phoenix Suns. During his rookie year, he averaged 29.2 points per his 40 minute playing time=5 points to 6.5 minutes per game. He played his following year with the Philadelphia 76ers. Although he only started in 24 games & played only 2 years in the NBA, he was best known for providing an instant offense due to his immediate point production coming off the bench. From 1997-2004, he played overseas in France, Greece and Turkey & in 2001 he earned the Europe (Sweden) MVP award. Ruffin played for hometown Buffalo Rapids/Silverbacks in ’05. After a career ending injury, he returned as the interim head coach following the resignation of Richard Jacob. Ruffin currently lives in Atlanta, where he is the Assistant Head Coach for the North Atlanta HS Varsity Basketball Team. He has two children, Trevor and Kendell. View Guest page

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Hard Hittin Radio

March 29, 2013
Hosted by Mark McMillian and Co-Host Byron Evans

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Hard Hittin’ Radio

Archives Available on VoiceAmerica Sports Channel

Welcome to Hard Hittin’ Sports Radio with your NFL veteran hosts: Mark McMillian, Byron Evans and friends. These pros tackle today's sports and entertainment topics every Friday with an hour of hater-free radio. The show features regularly irreverent and opinionated interviews with top athletes, celebrities, entertainers, coaches, and fans. Top-shelf bar talk, locker room humor, and horse-collar hits is what you should expect when you get two X-Eagles together on one radio show. Hard Hittin’ Radio is ON and McMillian and Evans are the best things to happen to sports since the instant replay. That's what's up.

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Mark McMillian and Co-Host Byron Evans

Mark McMillian, was an All-American at Glendale Junior College in California. He gained a scholarship to play for the University of Alabama under coach Gene Stallings. He still holds the Alabama record for the longest interception TD. As a rookie with the Philadelphia Eagles, he was named to the prestigious All-Madden Team. After a brief stint as a New Orleans Saint, McMillian would later have his most celebrated success as a cornerback for the Kansas City Chiefs under coach Marty Schottenheimer. Mark, a.k.a. Mighty Mouse, set a Chiefs franchise record for most returned yards. Mighty Mac finished his NFL career with the Washington Redskins along side Hall of Famer Daryl Green and Champ Bailey. He now works with various programs to improve the lives of children and young adults.

Byron Evans played college football at the University of Arizona where he was All-Pac ten linebacker from 85-86. He was defensive player of the year both years for the Wildcats and broke a twenty year record for unassisted tackles. He was the middle linebacker for the Philadelphia Eagles defense from 87 - 94. In 1989 he lead the team in tackles and had three games with 20 plus stops. In 1991 he finished the season ranked fifth on the team in tackles, served as the defensive signal caller and helped the Eagles become only the sixth team in the NFL history to finish a season ranked #1 across the board. Evans was honored as one of "The Top 75" athletes ever to play for the Eagles.

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