Future Pro 5 Star Tour Advisory Board

Advisory Board

AC Caswell
Is one of the most well liked NFL players that have played the game. Over the years, AC has been  a strong supporter of many organizations including the Boys and Girls Clubs, Youth on the Rise Foundation, Child Help and AIM – Athletes International Ministry just to name a few. His moral character is evident in his volunteer work and his efforts have touched many people’s lives. Recognized for his outstanding character and leadership in the home, on the field and in the community, AC is retired and now resides in Phoenix, Arizona with his family.

First Team All-American in Football and Track, Deer Valley High School; 1987-88, Glendale Community College NJCAA Hall of Fame Inductee & led GCC to National Championship; 1992-93 CFL Canadian Football League Wide Receiver; 1995-2000 Oakland Raider Wide Receiver; and World Class Sprinter – 100M - 10.0, 40X - 4.29.

Damon Mays
Nicknamed "D-Ice" by his teammates because his moves on the football field were so "cold".  Mays had a late start by not playing high school football, yet his talent was evident by his outstanding play which resulted in him still holding the record at Glendale Community College for yards per catch at 37.5 and becoming a NJCCA Hall of Fame Inductee along with his 1988 National Championship teammates.  He also averaged over 20 yards per catch at the University of Missouri where he went on to play after GCC.  Mays has been timed at 4.28 in the 40 yard dash and was the second fastest player to come out of the 1991 draft behind Rocket Ismail.  Mays played 5 years in the NFL for the Dallas Cowboys, Houston Oilers, Pittsburgh Steelers and Washington Redskins and was known for his big-play ability and according to Mel Kiper, Jr.,was "tougher than some 200 pounders".  He was labeled "Best Free Agent" by the Oilers and led the Steelers in the preseason with the best kickoff and yards per catch average.  Unfortunately, Mays couldn't pursue his long-term NFL dreams because of a recurring injury to his shoulder which finally caused him to retire in 1996.  Mays currently resides in Phoenix with his family and enjoys working with kids and donating his time to charity work.
Phillip Sparks Phillippi Sparks
Phillippi Sparks was one of the fiercest competitors to play in the NFL. With his infectious personality, Phillippi easily became a popular figure among his teammates as well as other NFL players. During his career, he has supported numerous charitable organizations that make children a priority, including the Boys and Girls Clubs, Kids Across America, Pro-Athletes Outreach and many more.  His giving spirit is displayed through his volunteer efforts which have impacted the lives of countless youth.  After 9 great seasons in the NFL, Phillippi retired from football in 2000 and he currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona with his family.

*Milky Way All-American in football at Phoenix’s Maryvale High
*1987-1988, NJCAA Blue Chip All-American & led GCC to National Championship
*1991, All Pac-10 Honors at ASU / Semi-Finalist for Jim Thorpe Award
*1992, 2nd Round Draft Pick by the New York Giants
*1995-1996, Giants Defensive Player of the Year / 1st Team NFC / All-Madden Team
*2004, Arizona State University Hall of Fame Inductee
*2008, GCC Outstanding Alumni Award for Excellence Recipient (The highest award that can be given to a GCC alumnus)
*2008 NJCAA Hall of Fame Inductee



Rocket Ismail
Raghib Ramadian "Rocket" Ismail (born November 18, 1969 in Elizabeth, New Jersey) is a retired professional American and Canadian football player, who played Wide receiver in both the Canadian Football League and National Football League. He played college football at Notre Dame. Ismail was nicknamed "The Rocket" because of his speed, having been timed at running the 40-yard-dash in 4.12 seconds[citation needed] while at Notre Dame. He recorded two 1,000-yard receiving seasons in the NFL and was a CFL All-Star in 1991, as well as the Most Valuable Player of the 79th Grey Cup. In 2004, CollegeFootballNews.com named Ismail as the #75 player on their list of the Top 100 Greatest College Football Players of All-Time.
Muhammad Oliver
Muhammad Oliver was one of the most versatile athletes to play in the NFL.  He is the only person to ever be a world class decathlete and NFL player at the same time.  This athleticism translated to great success throughout his career.  After multiple accomplishments and awards at Glendale Community College (including All-American status-Track & Football, 1988 National Championship team member & NJCAA Hall of Fame Inductee), Muhammad parlayed that success into a full-ride track and football scholarship to the University of Oregon.  At UofO, he was All-Pac 10 and All-American in track as well as the starting DB for the Ducks.  His overall talent was recognized by the NFL and USA Track & Field when he was drafted by the Denver Broncos in 1992 and competed in the decathlon at the U.S. Olympic Trials the same year as a member of the USA Visa/Nike Team.  Two years later, while playing special teams and DB for the Miami Dolphins, Muhammad was also ranked 6th in the U.S. as a decathlete and 21st in the world.  He completed his football career in the Arena League with the AZ Rattlers from 1998-2001.  Muhammad currently resides in Goodyear, Arizona with his wife and children and he enjoys coaching high school track and Pop Warner football.