Last Updated January 9, 2014
Titan Youth Development Corporation (TYDC) is a 501(c)(3) not for profit corporation.
To provide year around, high quality, affordable out-of-school time programs to youth between the ages of 5 and 15, in an environment of high expectations, that promotes academic achievement, physical health and good citizenship.
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Jonathan Hayes, OT/DE
aka "Jay Hayes"
aka "Big Daddy" Hayes
Currently a Junior at Poly Prep High School, Jonathan is a two-way starter and one of the top recruits in New York State. Jonathan has entertained scholarship offers from over 30 schools, and recently committed to attend Notre Dame after graduation.
Tre Solomon, RB/DB
Currently a Junior at Xavier High School. As a freshman, led his team to undefeated championship season and earned Team MVP. As a sophomore led his team to an undefeated championship
season and earned team MVP. As a junior led his team to a championship season and earned Team MVP and outstanding offensive player for catholic league. Tre is the leading rusher in New York City for 2012 with over 2,000 yards, and among the top 5 rushers in the state. Tre will be playing for UPenn in 2014.
Ivan Foy, OG
Currently a red-shirt freshman at Syracuse University. Ivan had a distinguished career at Fort Hamilton High School, winning 2 championships while he was there. Ivan is attending Syracuse University on an athletic scholarship, and earned the starting guard position this year on the bowl-bound Orangemen squad.
James Jeremiah Orr ("JJ")
12/9/03 - 4/7/13
On Sunday, April 7th, the Titan family lost one of its own. James Orr, known to his family and friends as JJ, passed away.
Though new to the Titan family, JJ loved the sport and was an eager and enthusiastic participant. JJ was a talented student, a thoughtful son and a respectful and polite young man. We thank JJ's mother Shawna and father James for sharing JJ with us.
In honor of JJ's love of the game, his family hopes to help keep the Titan program accessible to other kids like him. Please click the candles to make a donation in memory of JJ.
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