National Alliance of African-American Athletes
Premiere African-American Male Scholar Athlete 2018
• Quincy Patterson, Chicago, IL, Eric Solorio Academy – 4.7 GPA: All-Academic Team for 3 years, made the Presidential Honor Roll for 4 years, volunteer for mentally disabled, mentor to young quarterbacks in Chicago Area, volunteer for Winter Shovel Service for the elderly, mentor and tutor to Chicago Elementary School students, player on the following teams: Texas Blue Grey Bowl All Star, New Orleans ODA All Star, Chicago All City, Illinois MVP, Elite 11, and National Elite 11 Quarterback.
Quincy Patterson YouTube Spotlight Video
2018: Quincy Patterson II, Eric Solorio Academy, Chicago
2017: RaKavius Chambers, Opelika HS, Opelika, Ala.
2016: Messiah deWeaver, Wayne HS, Huber Heights, Ohio
2015: Frank Buncom IV, St. Augustine HS, San Diego
2014: Bobby Okereke, Foothill HS, Santa Ana, Calif.
2013: *Joshua Dobbs, Alpharetta HS, Alpharetta, Ga.
2012: *Keith Marshall, Millbrook HS, Raleigh, N.C.
2011: *Kendal Thompson, Southmoore HS, Oklahoma City
2010: *Eric Reid Jr., Dutchtown HS, Geismar, La.
2009: Jamal Rashad Patterson, Henry County HS, McDonough, Ga.
2008: *Matthew Daniels, Fayette County HS, Fayetteville, Ga.
2007: *Drew "D.J." Davis, Montbello HS, Denver
2006: *Myron Rolle, Hun School, Galloway Township, N.J.
2005: *Ekom Udofia, Chaparral HS, Scottsdale, Ariz.
2004: *Darius Walker, Buford HS, Buford, Ga.
2003: Sam Cheatham, San Leandro HS, San Leandro, Calif.
2002: Marcus McCutcheon, Edison HS, Huntington Beach, Calif.
2001: Michael-Jordan Craven, La Quinta HS, La Quinta, Calif.
2000: Marcus Houston, Jefferson HS, Denver
1999: *Deryck Toles, Warren G. Harding HS, Warren, Ohio
1998: *Ronald Curry, Hampton HS, Hampton, Va.
1997: *Grant Irons, The Woodlands HS, The Woodlands, Texas
1996: *Raki Nelson, Bishop McDevitt HS, Harrisburg, Pa.
1995: *Darnell Dinkins, Schenley HS, Pittsburgh
1994: Shawn Lee, Bishop McDevitt HS, Harrisburg, Pa.
1993: Ahmad Collins, Harrisburg HS, Harrisburg, Pa.
1992: *Robert Tate, Harrisburg HS, Harrisburg, Pa.
* Played in the NFL
Premiere African-American Male Scholar Athlete 2017
• Rakavius Chambers, Opelika High School, Opelika, Ala.: member of the National Honor Society, National Science Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Mu Alpha Theta math honor society; volunteer for Relay for Life, Boys and Girls Club, Storybook Farm, Darden Head Start and The Big House Foundation. Named an Offense-Defense All American. Plays offensive line. Has a 4.3 GPA. Signed with Duke University.