Upcoming Camps

Joey P & Scottie D Foundation

About Our Founders

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The HSP Skills camp is a domestic division of the Joey P. & Scottie D. Foundation (Tax ID 81-2853452), founded in 2016. No stranger to giving back to the community, they have volunteered countless hours and worked to establish a solid rapport. The foundation is striving to get young children off the streets and involved in positive extra-curricular activities. The HSP Skills Camp is designed to teach young athletes about basic life principles, and to incorporate these lessons while playing sports. “Have HEART. Be SMART. Take PRIDE.” These three ideals are centered on providing motivation to the youth through knowledge of skills, to increase self-esteem and inspire kids to want to achieve on and off their field of play. The HSP Skills Camps will include mentoring, movies, motivation, and collegiate scholarship opportunities. 
 
Joel Nwigwe attended the University of North Texas from 2002-2006. 
While at UNT, he led the team in yards per catch for three straight seasons. Nwigwe was part of UNT dynasty that won 4 straight conference championships. Nwigwe also attended Alief Elsik High School, where he was a 2 time All-district performer and played in the Greater Houston All-Star game his senior season.

Demetrius Scott attended Grambling State University from 2003 - 2007. While at GSU, D. Scott played baseball as an outfielder for 2 years. Demetrius also attended Alief Elsik High School, where he aided the 2003 varsity team to the state semi finals as a strong safety & outstanding special teams player. He is currently teaching at E.A. Olle Middle School, where he is striving to make a difference in young liveThe HSP Skills camp is a domestic division of the Joey P. & Scottie D. Foundation (Tax ID 81-2853452), founded in 2016. No stranger to giving back to the community, they have volunteered countless hours and worked to establish a solid rapport. The foundation is striving to get young children off the streets and involved in positive extra-curricular activities. The HSP Skills Camp is designed to teach young athletes about basic life principles, and to incorporate these lessons while playing sports. “Have HEART. Be SMART. Take PRIDE.” These three ideals are centered on providing motivation to the youth through knowledge of skills, to increase self-esteem and inspire kids to want to achieve on and off their field of play. The HSP Skills Camps will include mentoring, movies, motivation, and collegiate scholarship opportunities. 
 
Joel Nwigwe attended the University of North Texas from 2002-2006. 
While at UNT, he led the team in yards per catch for three straight seasons. Nwigwe was part of UNT dynasty that won 4 straight conference championships. Nwigwe also attended Alief Elsik High School, where he was a 2 time All-district performer and played in the Greater Houston All-Star game his senior season.

Demetrius Scott attended Grambling State University from 2003 - 2007. While at GSU, D. Scott played baseball as an outfielder for 2 years. Demetrius also attended Alief Elsik High School, where he aided the 2003 varsity team to the state semi finals as a strong safety & outstanding special teams player. He is currently teaching at E.A. Olle Middle School, where he is striving to make a difference in young lives.