OUR HALL OF FAME 2011 to 2021

We will add new players each year and look forward to our first female member 

as we have in the last three years moved into Women's Soccer

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NAIA
NPSL
MLS
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JACK GURR Georgia Gwinnett College, GA
Gurr is Scholarship Connect's first client to play Tier 1 pro in the United States. He plays Major League Soccer (MLS) for Atlanta United. Gurr debuted in the Concacaf Champions League  December 2020. His full MLS debut arrived in the 46th minute on 25 April 2021 as ATL beat Chicago Fire 3-1 at the Mercedes Benz Stadium. Previously, Gurr was a pro with Atlanta United 2 in the USL Championship. He also played NPSL for The Georgia Revolution. Gurr played his collegiate career at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville. He holds numerous records on the program including all-time most assists, 2nd place all-time shots on goal. In 2016 he engineered most points (28), most assists and most goals for the team. He is 4th overall in terms of games played at GGC and 5th overall for total goals scored and individual points. He is an All-American (2017), was named NSCAA All-Region 2017. He secured All-A.I.I. status two years running in 2016 and 2017. Gurr was named Men’s Soccer Ambassador for Scholarship Connect in October 2020.
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NCAA D2
PDL
NASL
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MARK ANDERSON Barry University, FL
Anderson was Scholarship Connect's first client to turn pro in the USA. He joined NASL Fort Lauderdale Strikers (2nd tier) after graduating 2012. Anderson also played tier 2 for The Carolina Rail Hawks. An outstanding player, in December 2020 Anderson was unsurprisingly named The NCAA DII Sunshine State Conference ‘Men’s Soccer Player of the Decade’. Collegiate honors: Daktronics National Player of the Year (2011); Capital One Academy All-American; Male Athlete of the Year; CoSIDA Academic All-American (2011); First-Team All-American honors (Daktronics / NSCAA); SSC Player of the Year; SSC Offensive Player of the Year; South Region Player of the Year. At University Anderson holds records including ‘first in a season’ for goals and second all-time goalscoring. He is a 3-time NSCAA/USC All-American (2009, 2010, 2011); 3-time D2 SIDA (DAKTRONCIS / DSCCA) All-American (2009, 2010, 2011); 3-time D2 SIDA (DAKTRONCIS / DSCCA) All-Region (2008, 2009, 2010  2011); NSCAA / USC All-Region Team player 2011; All-Sunshine State Conference First Team (2010, 2011); SSC All-Tournament Team (2009, 2010); SSC All-Tournament Most Outstanding Player (2010); SSC Player of the Year (2011); SSC Offensive Player of the Year (2011); SSC Freshman of the Year (2008). Anderson represented Great Britain at the 2011 World Student Games in China securing a silver medal.
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NJCAA
NAIA
USL2
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LEE CLARK College of Southern Maryland, MD
Keiser University, FL; Manhattan College, NY
Clark attended College of Southern Maryland in 2013. He achieved an AD in General Studies. First year he was named All-Region 1st Team, All-Conference 1st Team, and MVP by the College. Second year Clark won All-Region 1st Team and All-Conference 2nd Team. Again, voted MVP. He captained CSM for 2 year and spent one season on the coaching staff.  Clark moved to Keiser University West Palm Beach where he was made Team Captain prior to arrival. He joined the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee to represent the University. Clark secured a BA Degree in Sports Management then joined Manhattan College gaining an MSc in Organisational Leadership. He assisted the NCAA D1 program on the coaching staff. Clark developed into an outstanding coach at junior college, university and club level. He has coached/coaches Palm Beach Predators, North County United (Professional Development League), Palm Beach United (Northern Premier Soccer League) and USL2 Treasure Coast Tritons. He has an outstanding reputation as a Coach.
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KARL HAGGON Tyler Junior College, TX
Marshall University, VA; Clayton State University, GA 
Haggon captained TJC in 2005 and was First-Team All-American. Both years the program finished 3rd in the NJCAA Regional Championships. He lettered both seasons. Haggon moved to NCAA D1 Marshall where he also lettered and made the Conference Commissioners Honors Roll. Haggon moved again, to NCAA DII Clayton State where he captained the program and made All-Region First-Team Daktronics. He graduated with a BSc in Fitness Management and secured his MBA. He became CSU Assistant Coach for 7 years, securing his USSF A Licence. Next he joined Concord Fire SC as a Director where he also coachd the USDA U19 team till that national program was abandoned. He now coaches the U15 and U19. Haggon is Head of Client Services USA for Scholarship Connect   
NJCAA, NCAA D1, NCAA D2
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NCAA D2
USL2
NATHAN WATT Lees-McRae College, NC 
Watt graduated Lees-McRae College North Carolina positioned second for the programs all-time career ranking for goals assists.  He also ranked 6th overall for assists per game.  In his Senior Year Watt was placed 2nd Nationally in the NCAA D2 log for assists. He led the Conference Carolinas in the same category. Watt secured Conference, South-East Region and NCCSIA honors as well as Academic Honors from the college. He is now Director of Coaching at Asheville Shield Football Club where he has an excellent reputation amongst the Members.
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LEWIS SHARPE Georgia Gwinnett College, GA 
Sharpe is a multiple conference winner with GGC Athletics. He has the most saves in program history (265), must shut outs (25), most wins (49), is second in most appearances (76), is second in goals against averages (1.016). Sharpe completed his Degree at GGC and added a Master of Science. He is the U18 Academy goalkeeping coach for Atlanta United FC who play in the MLS.
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NAIA
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NCAA D1
CHRIS HUNTER Yavapai College, AZ
University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
On completing his collegiate career, Hunter came with in a whisker of signing professionally with MLS Toronto. As captain of Yavapai College (Roughriders), Hunter won Back-to-Back NJCAA National Championships - a feat that is almost unheard of in history and until today. The record was 56-0-0.  Hunter also played for NCAA D1 the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB). After his collegiate career he got down to the last two players riding on a decision for a professional contract with Canadian side Toronto. He just missed out. On his return to the UK Hunter played with Darlington.
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NJCAA
2 Time National Champion
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NCAA DII
NPSL
RYAN KING Barry University, FL
Clayton State University, GA
King began his collegiate career at Barry University Miami before transferring to CSU Lakers in Atlanta. In Miami King secured top assists in his Freshman season and helped Barry win The Sunshine State Conference Tournament. His move to Atlanta saw him win the Peach Belt Conference (PBC) Player of the Week Award 4 times. He was also named PBC Pre-Season Team, PBC Second Team, United Soccer Coaches All-American Second Team, CoSIDA Academic All-American First Team, D2CCA All-American First Team, D2CCA All-South-East Region First Team, PBC Player of the Year, PBC Golden Ball Winner, PBC All-First-Team, Clayton State Lakers MVP, and United Soccer Coaches National Player of the Week (November 2019) - he was the first players in Lakers history to win this award.   King also played NPSL soccer with The Georgia Revolution.
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NCAA DII
USL2
USL1
JORDAN SKELTON, Lander University, SC
On graduating Lander University Skelton signed pro terms with USL1 Tormenta FC (GA). Skelton captained Lander for 2 seasons.  He achieved an outstanding honors list: United Soccer Coaches First-Team All-American, D2CCA Second-Team All-American, United Soccer Coaches First-Team Scholars All-American; United Soccer Coaches All-South-East Region First-Team (twice); D2CCA All-South-East Region Second-Team (twice); MV Wells Award Winnner; First-Team All-Peach Belt Conference (3 times); PBC Defender of the Week (8 times); PBC Player of the Week, United Soccer Coaches Second-Team All-American, D2CCA Third-Team All-American, NSCAA First-Team All-South-East Region. Skelton played PDL for Mississippi Brilla in 2017 and 2018 and spent one season with then USL2 Tormenta before stepping up to the next level.