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LET'S MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE! Our Founder Ashton Harrell gives us a different approach and perspective about people that are homeless and less fortunate. We want this video to inspire people to go out and help some of those in the communities around us in need. It doesn't need to be much, anything will help. TOGETHER OUR EFFORTS CAN MAKE AN AMAZING IMPACT! I'm blessed to be in a position where I can help people in my community. It was an incredibly humbling experience. Getting the chance to speak with these people and understand there stories/situation. They were all very kind, sincere, and genuine people and become familiar with their individual stories and circumstances. I hope I can inspire you to do something nice for a random person. Even if it seems small to you. Its all about giving back and helping people who are less fortunate or going through hard times. We need to spread love and help people in as many ways as we are able to. Instead of judging or relying on assumptions about others certain things about people. We all have a story! Thank you for watching !

We are proud to celebrate these outstanding young men we've had the great opportunity to train and mentor over the years. Congratulations on moving to the next level and beginning your future endeavors. 
Zion Kearney class of 2024 Signs a scholarship to University of Oklahoma  
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Josh Ogunlade - Dallas Baptist University

Christopher Harris - Roger State University

Ethan Taylor - Air force University

Kaleb Cheers - Texas Weslyan University

Cam Clardy - University of Texas at El Paso

Chandler Jacobs - Colorado State

Chandler Jacobs - Colorado State

Collin Warren - McNeese State

Ty Jordan - Overseas

Trey Sinegal - Marshall

Nighael Ceaser - Texas State

Jasaud Andrews - Friends University

Brianna Nicole - Graceland University

Tyler Johnson, son of Tracey and Charles Johnson. My family and have been a part of the Ambition Family since I was a freshman at Episcopal high school. Now being a freshman at Tulane University. Tyler says “I feel I have greatly developed as a player and a person. It has helped me in not only my passion of basketball, added to the work ethic and development in musical aspirations, as well.
Tyler Johnson major in Jazz Studies and Economic at Tulane on a musicianship scholarship. Also a part of the men’s club basketball and helps with the women’s basketball team. He academically is striving still maintaining As and Bs in classes. “I truly want to thank Coach Ashton for never giving up on me; Basketball has given me more connections to strive in life, have faith, education, music and stay connected with family. We are family and my heart is always here. Ambition on 3!!” 
- Tyler Johnson