Fred is the founder of Heavy In The Games. He’s a passionate lover of anything with a ball that bounces and his love for the game of football at all levels is what drives him. It drove him to become a high school football coach at Kathleen High School in Lakeland, Florida. Fred strives to be the best at anything he does. He prides himself in keeping everything raw and real to the fullest extent, making no excuses for athletes when they are in the wrong or going through a slump, while praising them to the highest extent when they are doing well. College Football is his first love. Being a die hard Miami Hurricane fan, he knows the highs and lows of a football program.Fred’s dedication to his craft is what makes Heavy in the Games one of the best up and coming sports media websites. He is willing and able to take on all challenges and continually stay HEAVY IN THE GAMES.
Co-Owner/NBA Content Manager:
Brandon Kendrick is part owner of Heavy in the Games Sports. He is responsible for NBA coverage, radio lead generation, social media optimization and website management. Brandon is a senior college student studying economics at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL. After earning his Bachelor’s degree, he plans on enrolling in graduate school and obtaining an MBA. Since his childhood days, Brandon has been a die hard basketball and football fan. His favorite teams are the Florida Gators, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Los Angeles Lakers and Orlando Magic. Brandon has a passion for helping others as you will see in many of his sports related motivational articles and videos.
MLB Content Manager:
Hugh R. Mills III is a part-time sports journalist that currently resides in Lakeland, Florida. Born in Lakeland but raised in Tampa, Hugh attended Bloomingdale Senior High School. In 2013, Mills graduated from Southeastern University with a Bachelor’s degree in Sports and Recreational Management. In addition to his education credentials, Mills has devoted his time to helping the Tampa and Lakeland communities by volunteering at the USF Moffitt Cancer Research Center as well as serving as an assistant baseball coach at Kathleen Senior High School for 3 years. Hugh’s favorite sports are Boxing/MMA, Football, and Baseball. He the nephew of former Major League Baseball pitcher Alan Mills who played for the Yankees, Angels, Orioles, Dodgers, and Rays from 1990-2001.