Everything I'm not…Makes me Everything I am…

About Me…

Sean White is currently a student-athlete on the football team at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville (UT). As Sean continues to pursue his life long dream of being a division I athlete, he has not allowed himself to be one dimensional. Sean has continued to improve his leadership and life skills, while succeeding to diversify himself.  He serves as a member of the Black Student Alliance (BSA), contributes in Athletes in Action (AIA) and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) initiatives, and focuses on the key management and marketing aspects of less profiled student athletes.

Sean has made a major impact on youth in his hometown community of Park Hill, Denver, Colorado. As a paraprofessional for the mentally and physically challenged students at Smiley Middle School, he has educated kids in mathematics, logic, and many other life required skills. He has also volunteered additional time to churches in the community, the Colorado Flyers Track and Field Club, the Golden Age Senior Citizen group, and served as a peer tutor at local recreation centers and schools.

In high school, Sean clearly distinguished himself as a strong leader.  As cream of the crop, he earned and accepted the option of graduating early at Montbello High School. Sean received four straight years of honor roll recognition, and the “Who’s Who in American High Schools” award. In addition to his list of accomplishments, Sean also excelled in athletics, participating in football, basketball, and baseball. Sean was a proud member of the 2001 5A State Football Championship team, and was selected as a member of the 2003 All-Colorado Football Team, while serving as the Team’s captain his senior year.

As a youth, Sean also accepted honorary roles and responsibilities in many youth sports camps. He was the Director of Strength and Conditioning for the Chauncey Billups Academy. He was also a member of the Board of Directors for, the 1st Annual LenDale White Paramount Youth Football Camp, the Darcey Levy Football Camp and W2W Football Camp.  He also committed himself to being a youth counselor for the Kenoy Kennedy Football Camp and was a volunteer coach in the Athletes and Beyond Football Camp I and II.

Sean has also founded A.C.E. Sports Performance (Athletes Committed to Education/Excellence), a sports training business that not only trains the athlete, but mentors the athlete. A.C.E. Sports Performance Mission is to “provide the best quality in sports training to our clients by offering the essentials to become a better person, student, and athlete; instilling a sense of confidence, helping them achieve success in every facet of their lives.”

Sean also has a 3 year-old daughter, Sanaai Denice.


1 Comment »

  1. some cats on the kentucky board giving you some beef about being 29+1. anyways i myself am 41 and live in florida and own strip clubs. i love the wildcats but i believe getting a degree is the most important thing and just wanted to say you have done a great job. maybe someday we can beat you guys in football only time will tell. in the mean time best of luck to you and go wildcats. thanks vic caudill

    Comment by vic caudill | July 5, 2010 | Reply

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