Idris Haroon MBM
Mr. Haroon was a product of Alief Hastings High School in Houston, TX. He was quickly recognized as one of the top defensive players in the country being named to the Blue Chip, Parade, and Super Prep All American teams. Mr. Haroon accepted a scholarship to the University of Arizona where he started 26 games. He helped lead the 1998 wildcats to a 12-1 season, Holiday Bowl victory, and a top five national ranking. Mr. Haroon's senior year was full of accomplishments, being named Pac-10 Defensive player of the week, Defensive MVP, Team Captain, and Pac-10 All Conference. Mr. Haroon graduated from the University of Arizona in 2001 and signed a professional football contract with the Hamilton Tiger-cats of the Canadian Football League. Mr. Haroon started in 16 games as a rookie helping lead the number one defense in the league to the Eastern Division Finals. In 2012 Mr. Haroon received his Master’s degree in Business Management.
Jabari Moore M.A.E.D
Moore attended The State University of Rutgers in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He was a two year starter for the Scarlet Knights football team where he received Second Team All-Big East honors. Before entering Rutgers, Moore attended Merced Junior Community College in Merced, California and received numerous honors such as: 3rd Team All-American, Junior College Grid-Iron; 1st Team All-Junior College California; and Central Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Year. Moore also attended Lake Howell High School in Orlando, Florida where he earned 1st Team All Central Florida and First Team All Northern Florida. In 2001, Moore signed a professional football contract with the Canadian Football League. In 2012 Mr. Moore received his Masters degree in Adult Education and Training.
DYSA was launched in the summer of 2004 with the goal of developing young student athletes with the necessary skills to be successful both on and off the field. Jabari and Idris work closely with students in both Texas and Arizona school systems.
In the summer of 2004 DYSA launched its first youth football camp attracting over 85 kids from South East Dallas. This was a non contact instructional camp which focused on football fundamentals and life skills development. In 2005 DYSA organized several community service projects with the help of The Salvation Army and local Boys & Girls clubs. In the summer of 2007 DYSA expanded into the Dallas Independent School District. Maynard Jackson Middle School participated in a full summer strength and conditioning program. Both seventh and eight grade football teams finished with winning seasons. The seventh graders finished 7-1 and the eight graders finished 10-1, losing in the 2007 bi-district championship.
LaDarrell. Jabari, & Deonte LaDarrell, Idris, & Damien
2007 Bi-district Championship Spring 2012
DYSA also provided summer camps for A. Maceo Smith High School. In the summer of 2008 A. Maceo Smith H.S. participated in DYSA's summer strength and conditioning program. The Falcons had their first winning season in years finishing 6-4.
As former collegiate athletes Jabari and Idris understand what it takes to be successful in the classroom and on the playing field. DYSA is a program like no other which every student athlete should have an opportunity to participate. With the popularity of youth sports growing our children are being pressured and pulled in all different directions. DYSA is the answer and will be the answer for years to come.