Saturday, January 13, 2007

Tre' Kelly Overcomes, Well, Everything, to Star on the Court

Growing up in a crime-ridden neighborhood is tough. Having your mother murdered in that neighboorhood makes life much tougher. Tre' Kelly, though, made it through those obstacles and others to become the leader of South Carolina's basketball team and one of the better guards in the Southeastern Conference.

“He has a quiet confidence, but he’s gritty tough,” South Carolina coach Dave Odom said. “He’s the kind of person and he’s the kind of basketball player that when tough times come, you want to be in the trenches with him.”

Click here to read more about Tre' Kelly on the Fellowship of Christian Athletes' "Sharing the Victory" magazine.


At 4:12 PM, Blogger ADB251 said...

He has an amazing story!! I hope that he goes on to have a great senior season.

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