Eric Moore played Quarterback at the University of Oklahoma from 1995-1998. He graduated from OU in 1999 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. He is from Dallas, Texas where he played at David W. Carter High School. In High School, Eric earned 1st Team All-District and All-State honors. Eric enjoys coaching and helping others become the best person and athlete they can be.
Andrea Moore is a former University of Alabama Volleyball Player graduating in 2003. She was ranked Top 10 in the SEC in hitting efficiency and blocking. She was awarded Crimson Tide Classic All Tournament MVP along with: The Leadership Award, The Rock Award (Hustle & Determination), and The Roof Award (Top Blocker).
One of Andrea’s most prized achievements is being a wife to Eric Moore, and a mom to three amazing boys. She serves as lead pastor with her husband Eric at Summit Worship Center in Austin, Texas; a multicultural and Christ-centered church. Recently she launched a leadership organization created to empower the lives of women called Her Legacy Network, where she serves as Founder and CEO. Andrea is also the author of, “God Took a Day Off, Why Can’t I?”
Jeff Blake is a retired American football quarterback who played in the National Football League. Although he finished his career with the Chicago Bears, he was formerly a quarterback for the New York Jets, Cincinnati Bengals, New Orleans Saints, Baltimore Ravens, Arizona Cardinals and Philadelphia Eagles. He was drafted in the sixth round of the 1992 NFL Draft by the Jets out of East Carolina University. Jeff now trains young quarterback athletes across the US.
Derrick Johnson born in Waco,Tx. Ranked #2 linebacker in the nation coming out of high school. Recorded a career high with 30 tackles in one game. Parade all-American, and played in the first US army All-American all-star game. A 3 sport athlete. Scholarship to the University of Texas from 2001-2004. Big 12 defensive freshman of the year. 2 time Consensus All-American, 3 time First-team All-Big 12. Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year. Bronko Nagurski Winner which is the best defense of player in college football award. Dick Butkus Award winner which is the best linebacker in college football award.
Drafted in the 1st round 15th pick to the Kansas City Chiefs. Played 13 years in Kansas City. Was an all-pro 2 times and 4 time pro bowler. Single season record holder with 179 tackles in a season. Became the chiefs all-time leading tackler in chiefs history.
Stevie Lee is a University of Texas Football Letterman graduating with honors in 2004. Originally from Shreveport, Louisiana Stevie was a mid-year high school graduate enrolling at Texas in the Spring of 2000. Stevie was the No. 2-rated recruit out of Louisiana and the No. 3 defensive tackle of his class according to 247Sports. Stevie helped the Longhorns to 52 wins and a 2005 Rose Bowl victory. Since hanging up his cleats, Stevie has been selling Real Estate in Austin for over a decade. In 2006 Stevie married his college sweet heart and together they are raising two girls in Round Rock, TX.
Summer Lee is a former University of Texas Cheerleader graduating in 2005. During her time as a Longhorn Cheerleader, Summer not only cheered on the sideline for all University of Texas Football home games but also traveled to cheer for both football and basketball. Winning a bid to UCA Nationals in 2003 and 2004, Summer also was a member of UT’s Cheer Competition Team. During her senior season, Summer served as captain of choreography for the 2005 team. Summer married her college sweetheart Stevie Lee, and together they live in Round Rock and are raising two girls.
A three-year letter winner at The University of Texas, Brandon Nava played inside linebacker, defensive end, and defensive tackle. He helped the Longhorns win the last Southwest Conference Championship (1995) and the first Big 12 Championship (1996), and appearances the Sugar Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, and back to back trips to the Cotton Bowl.
Nava, a native of Vernon, Texas, graduated from Mesquite High School in Mesquite, Texas. While at Mesquite, he earned All American Honors. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Texas in 2001
"Earning an athletic scholarship to attend The University of Texas was one of the greatest achievements of my prep career. Going through that process has given me experience that I want to pass on to the next generation of athletes. One of my passions is to help people fulfill their highest potential."
As a former Longhorn linebacker, Norman Watkins is dedicated to serving the community of Austin. After attending the university from 1991 to 96 on an athletic scholarship, he was drafted to play in the short-lived NFL Europe League. But then Norman suffered a shoulder injury that made him hang up his cleats for good. Now, in his professional career he is a US Channel Manager for Avaya which specialize in communications. “Closing deals – that’s my sack now! The Baton Rouge, Louisiana native gives back to the community with a number of different organizations; Which includes being an active board member for partnerships for children organization, American heart association, boys and girl club and also providing mentorship for current and former athletes at the University of Texas. Norman has been featured by The Austin American Statesman as one of the mover and shakers in Austin which features Stars in Austin. Norman is a dedicated yogi who practices Bikram yoga four times a week. Even with all the brawn, he indulges his creative side , too, whether it be through fashion or interior design, which he would love to delve into by designing high- end hotels in the future.