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May 30th 2012:Mentoring athletes for success beyond football

Be sure to join us this week as we will talk with Coach Ted Ginn Sr of Clevelands Glenville High School, Jean Boyd from Arizona State University and Chris Davis of Athletic Advantage in Phoenix Arizona. We will talk to each one of these mentors to see how they are playing a major role in getting athletes ready to succeed on the field and off.

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Jean Boyd

Jean Boyd – Arizona State University Jean has been a Sun Devil since January of 1991 when he joined the ASU football program as a transfer from Cerritos College in southern California. After playing for the Sun Devils for three years and graduating from ASU in 1994 in History, Jean chased his dream of playing professional football. After participating in a training camp with the New England Patriots in 1994 and the London Monarchs (NFL Europe) in spring of 1995, Jean joined the ASU Athletic department as a management intern in July of 1995. Having been employed by ASU Athletics since 1995, Jean has worked as Coordinator then Manager for Life Skills, Manager for Football Academics, Assistant
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Ted Ginn Sr.

Ted Ginn, Sr. (born 1955) is the coach of the Glenville Tarblooders football and track teams in Cleveland, Ohio. He coached Heisman Trophy winner and former Ohio Statequarterback Troy Smith and he is considered one of his father-figures. He is also the father of San Francisco 49ers' wide receiver Ted Ginn, Jr.. In 2001 he coached the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and in 2006 when he was the head coach. He also started the Ted Ginn, Sr. Foundation Annual Combat Bus Tour, where he takes inner city high school football players around the country to all major college combines. In 2007, he helped establish Ginn Academy, an all-boys high school for at-risk Cleveland students.
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