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Mark Everett

Everett is a middle-distance runner who won the bronze medal in the 800-meter event at the 1991 World Championships in Tokyo. He currently hosts camps and coaches speed and agility for athletes all over the world.

Mark Everett attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, where he ran for the Florida Gators' Track and Field Team in NCAA competition. He graduated from Florida with a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise and Sports Science in 1992, and was inducted into the University of Florida Athletic Hall of Fame as a “Gator Great” in 2001.

Everett is a middle-distance runner who won the bronze medal in the 800-meter event at the 1991 World Championships in Tokyo. Throughout his career, Everett was known for his finishing speed, a kicker, usually coming from behind on the final straightaway. Some of Everett’s career achievements include:

  • 12-time SEC Champion

  • US Junior Champion/ Record-holder

  • World Junior Champion

  • 3-Time NCAA Champion /Record-holder

  • 12-Time Millrose Champion

  • Millrose Hall of Fame

  • 12-Time United States Champion

  • World Champion

  • World Record-Holder/ 600 yards

  • 3-Time Olympian 1988/1992/2000

  • Ranked Top ten if the World from 1988-2000

  • Fastest 400/800 Combo Runner in History

  • Graduate of the University of Florida/ Sports Administration

  • President’s List & Dean’s List, University of Florida

Coach Everett also coached at the University of Florida and helped start the track and field team at Birmingham-Southern College. He also coached at Mountain Brook High. He currently hosts camps and coaches speed and agility for athletes all over the world. He has two daughters: Alexandra and Siena. He is an avid golfer and loves to read.


Diane Dixon

Queen of Scouting and International Scouting Director
U.S. Olympic Gold & Silver Medalist in Track & Field

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Diane Dixon is a retired Olympic Gold & Silver Medalist in Track and Field who has made the United States National, World Championship, Pan American, Goodwill Games and Olympic Teams from 1983 to 1992.  Known to her contemporaries as the “Indoor Queen,” blazed a trail in track and field, earning her an Olympic Gold Medal in the Los Angeles Games.  She is a product of the notable Atoms Track Club where she rose to fame under the tutelage of Fred Thompson.

Ms. Dixon is no stranger to challenges and achievement. Ranked nationally and internationally since 1980 in the women’s 400 meters, she has captured an unprecedented 11 indoor national titles in the 400 meters – more than any male or female in any event.

She has held the American and Indoor World Records for the 300 meters, 400 Meters, 440 yards and 500 meters.

  • In 1984, she qualified and made her first Olympic Team and was awarded a Gold Medal in the 4×400-meter relay in the Los Angeles Games.  In 1988, she won the United States Olympic Trials in the 400 Meters, placing her tops in the world ranking.

  • In 1988, the USA team took home the Silver Medal in the 4×400-meter relay, which set the Current American Record for that event in Seoul, Korea in a time of 3.15.51 and still stands today.

  • In 1991, she became the first American Woman to win a World Indoor Championship Title.  She captured the 400 Meters and set an American Indoor Record with a time of 50.64, which stood until 2010.

  • In 1999, she became the first woman to be inducted into the inaugural Millrose/Madison Square Garden Track and Field Hall of Fame.

  • Diane attended Brooklyn Technical High School, and had over 200 scholarship offers and chose “The” Ohio State University. She is a former All-American athlete at The Ohio State.

  • A huge banner of her hangs in the OSU French Field House where she still holds the records for the 400 Meters – Indoors & Outdoors.

  • She is the Past-President of the Tri-State Olympians/Paralympians Chapter of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) which encompasses New York, New Jersey & Connecticut.

  • She is a motivational speaker, a mentor, an educator and a proud mom to her son, Dior Christian.  She is also a personal coach where she trains her clients of all ages to achieve their ultimate goals.

  • She has written a curriculum for K-12 student-athletes called “Sport Shops & Skill Development” which incorporates a Health & Wellness component.  She is the President of her foundation called The Diane Dixon Foundation for Sports & Technology.

  • She has worked for several colleges as an Assistant Athletic Director, a Head and Assistant Track & Field Coach.

  • Diane is a Level 1 Certified Coach by USATF Coaching Education in Sprints & Hurdles.

Ms. Dixon has ties to the Caribbean community as her late grandmother, Jacqueline Anderson’s parents were Tobias and Marie Butterfield from Bermuda.

Diane resides in Cobble Hill in Brooklyn, NY with her son, Dior Christian and considers herself “Brooklyn’s Best Kept Secret”.

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Her motto’s are:

  • Eating & Exercising! It’s my LifeSTYLE! LifeFITNESS!

  • Potential is Interesting! Performance is Everything!

  • Feed the Mind & The Body will Follow!


Elbert L. Ellis, Jr.

Lead Scout & Head Recruiter

I am Elbert Lee Ellis, Jr.  I am from Durham, NC and a product of Durham Public Schools.  Growing up as a young man in Durham, I was always known as the kid that did not talk.  I was very shy, and I was very introverted.  The one thing that broke me out of my shell was playing sports.  My community saw that I excelled in Athletics.  My sport’s career took off because of the track society called Durham Striders.  While attending the Illustrious Hillside High School, I earned All-American honors 2 consecutive years in a row. That’s just brief synopsis of what I would to share at your institution of learning.  I would love to encourage your student body by sharing personal testaments that I had to endure. Which made me a better MAN.  I am now sharing my story with people about the up and downs and struggles that I incurred on my journey.  This was mandated by fellow professional athletes, coaches, teachers, students, and colleagues.  I must pay-it-forward to help the upcoming generation.

I am a dedicated, resourceful, innovative educator with 24 years of experience.  My background includes and not limited to be the Dean of Discipline, with having a Physical Education/Health and Sociology background.  I combine the two by providing the physical aspects while working on how to provide strategies to cope on an everyday basis.

I maintain a passion for instilling in children the importance of lifelong learning, health and fitness.  To serve as a role model through extensive participation in fitness activities, coaching of competitive (basketball/field and track), and noncompetitive activities with a focus on sportsmanship, physical strength, endurance and flexibility.  I strive to help students change marginal grades into good grades and support colleagues and administration in facilitating each child’s social and intellectual and behavioral growth by creating an atmosphere of mutual respect and open communication.  I also assist students and student athletes obtain academic and athletic scholarships for higher learning institutions. For bookings, please feel free to contact me at or by phone at 678.478.5387.
Looking forward to hearing from you soon!


  • 3 Time Letterman in Cross Country, Basketball and Track & Field at Hillside High School

  • 2 Time All-American in 110-meter hurdles & 300-meter hurdles

  • 3 Time Big East Champion Indoors 400-meter

  • 3 Time Big East Champion 400-meter hurdles record holder 1988

  • 2 Time Big East Champion Indoor 55-meter hurdles

  • 2 Time Big East Champion Outdoor 110-meter high hurdles

  • Big East Outstanding Performer Outdoors 1988

  • Big East Outstanding Performer Outdoors 1991

  • Sprint Hurdle Relay Record Holder 1990

  • 2 Time Sprint Hurdle Relay Champions, Penn Relays 1989, 1990

  • Olympic Trials Participant 400-meter hurdles 1988

  • 6 Time All-American: 2 times 55-meter hurdles, 3 times 110-meter hurdles, 1 time 400-meter hurdles

  • World Junior Games Bronze Medal 110-meter high hurdles 1988, Sudbury, Canada

  • World University Games Gold Medal 110-meter high hurdles 1991, Sheffield, England

  • Pan-American Games Bronze Medal 110-meter high hurdles 1991, Havana, Cuba

  • Bad Boys International Track & Field Club 1992

  • Athletic Deans List 1988

  • Wide Receiver NFL for the Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots, Carolina Panthers, and the New York Jets.

  • Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.


Da'Rel Scott

Football Scout

Scott is one of only seven running backs to attain a thousand yards rushing in a single season and a Super Bowl Champion with the Giants.

Scott was born and raised in Conshohocken, PA by his single mother, Gloria Scott, along with his two older brothers Lee and James Scott. Da’Rel attended Plymouth Whitemarsh High School where he starred in football, basketball, and track & field. During Da’Rel’s senior year, at Plymouth Whitemarsh, he was heavily recruited to play football by numerous Division 1 college programs.


Da’Rel accepted a full athletic scholarship from the University of Maryland. At the University of Maryland Da’Rel was a three-year starter and is one of only 7 running backs to attain a thousand yards rushing in a single season. In addition to starring on the University’s Football team, Da’Rel was focused on his education, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology.

Da’Rel was a member of the NFL’s 2010 draft class selected by the New York Giants. During his rookie season Da’Rel became a Super Bowl Champion. Da’Rel had an even bigger role in his second season with the Giants, contributing as both an ace kick returner and running back.

Da’Rel is happily married to his wife Alana. Together they raise their three beautiful children; two daughters, Kamorie and Payton; and a son, Chase.

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