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Episode Info: What You’ll Hear in Today’s 15-Minute Huddle:   Today’s topics: Andrew’s journey as a professional athlete and all about his amazing Apps.   I’m joined by Andrew Fair. He is a professional basketball player, creator of YouthKinect and HoopKinect Apps, Author and an all-around awesome guy!   Andrew’s journey to becoming a professional athlete after suffering an injury.   How traveling for his career broadened his horizons and taught him about hard work.   How Andrew started his YouthKinect App and how the App helps high schoolers find scholarships for college.   HoopKinect App’s development and how it helps athletes find agents and teams.   Links & References:   You can connect with Andrew:, YouthKinect in App Store When a Son Knows His Mother's Heart   My name is Andrew Fair, 2012 Business Management graduate from the University of St. Francis, founder of YouthKinect, and current professional basketball player. I was born and raised on the south side of Chicago in the Roseland community. It was a tough environment. I witnessed things a child should not have to experience. Fortunately, my family did not allow me to become a victim of my circumstances. I was one of few from my community to graduate high school and college, and to live my dream of being a pro basketball player, having experienced over 5 countries at 28 years old.   Outside of my passion for basketball, I always wanted to own a business, but I also knew that I wanted to provide a service where I give back to those who come from communities such as the one I grew up in. I was fortunate to earn an athletic scholarship, but with 11 brothers and sisters, it was tough putting everyone through college. While playing in Lithuania, I developed the concept for YouthKinect. There are too many kids with the physical talent and academic abilities, but are simply unaware of the resources available to them. In my heart, I strongly believe that if and when YouthKinect goes viral, it will help a lot of kids and will improve our communities in Chicago and across the USA. CONTINUE THE HUDDLE   We love hearing from you! If you have a question about today’s episode (or want to ask a question of your own for the podcast), you can email me at or head on over to the  Sports Moms United Facebook Community   To learn more about the Sports Moms United movement and find resources to support you as you support your athlete, head to our website  or follow us on Facebook and Pinterest....
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