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200+ Scholars Breakfast recognizes 129 students from Hampton high schools

The Hampton Roads Committee of 200+ Men Inc. recognized 129 students from high schools in Hampton City Schools who have a 3.0 or better grade point average during the 20th annual 200+ Scholars Breakfast held May 20, at the Hampton Roads Convention Center.

The Annual Scholars Breakfast is the region’s premier event honoring black male academic excellence. Since 1998, more than 7,000 African American males graduating from public and private high schools with a 3.0 or better grade point average have been hailed. Many have shared in the more than $13 million in scholarships announced at the event by colleges that have accepted them and by the Gates Millennium Foundation.

The Scholars Breakfast is a part of the organization’s combined education/community initiatives efforts that include mentoring, school visitations and support of community educational efforts. James Gray, member of the Hampton City Council, is the president of the organization.

The students recognized from Hampton follow:

Abdul-Malik M. Abdullahi
Daniel V. Allen
Daniel J. Austin
Jaylin L. Banks
Tyrese D. Banks
Sherlock S. Banks, II
Joseph Barnes, III
Miles D. Barrett
Qazhunn L. Bell
Kyrie J. Bethea
Sidney A. Bill
Johnell C. Bolden, Jr.
Diego A. Boykin
Gregory B. Bradford
Justin Bradley
Maurice D. Brown
Mario A. Brown, Jr.
Jamaal M. Butler
Edward N. Byrd
John C. Casillas
Matthias J. Caver
Evin A. Christie
Ananiah K. Clayton
Elijah K. Conliffe
Charles E. Corbin, III
Isaiah A. Crothers
Anthony V. Cumby
Dkari L. Davis
Justin L. Davis
Brandon L. Davis
Kareem A. Delaney
Malik R. Dickens
Khyle O. Dixon
Ilkeem Ellis
Keshawn Everett
Paris R. Forde
Josiah L. Fullwood
Jy’el N. Fullwood Stagg
Zuri L. Godfrey
Marquis A. Godwin
Markele S. Griffin
Ronald E. Griffin, III
Drayvon C. Hardy
Jaycee A. Harris
Calvin L. Harris, II
Tyjae N. Hedgepeth
Derek D. Henderson
Jaylen O. Holloway
Jaevynn T. Holmes-Reid
Keyshaun L. Howard
Andre J. Jackson
Je’Shon T. James
Sirmion Jenerette
Donald R. Johnathan, III
Brandon J. Johnson
Tyre’k E. Johnson
Nashae D. Johnson
Eli X. Jones
Sidney D. Jones
Darrius D. Jones
Arie E. Jordan
Moy E. Joseph
Corey T. Joyner
Raequan S. King
Kenneth A. Korrasik
Akira K. Lee
Deandre J. Lilly
Xavier Linares
Eriq Lloyd
Mohamed E. Luton
Kurron J. Lynch
Tyre Lynch
Trey M. Lyon
Austin L. Marcus-Greene
Mark A. Matthews, Jr.
Cameron A. Mays
Jordan A. McCray
Carlton A. McNeill
Julian L. Newell
Deandre J. Nichols
Jacob A. Norman
Andrew G. Orr
Sherron Overbey
Jeremiah E. Owusu-Koramoah Yaw
Robert W. Peddrew
Christian A. Pena
Enrique M. Perez
Stephan D. Pickett
Mastadi J. Pitt
Jalen A. Powell
Richard C. Press
Jalen T. Ray
Enrique M. Redeemer, Jr.
Trevor A. Reid
Ramon L. Reynolds
Kunyri L. Richmond
George A. Rivers
Jahmal R. Robertson
Nathaniel N. Rodriguez
Khalil T. Russell
Joshua A. Saunders
Thomas H. Scott
Kayleb C. Scott
Douglas Sessoms, II
Nazhere E. Singleton
Obadiah M. Slaughter
Trequan M. Smith
Michael Steele
Samson A. Stegall
Caleb C. Stephenson
Marcus D. Taite
Perry S. Tanner
Devin L. Thomas
William H. Thornton
Virgil G. Thornton, II
Lorenzo V. Tinsley
Calic D. Turner
Evans I. Videau
Ezekiel H. Volk
Malik J. Walker
Trason Washington
Steven R. Washington, Jr.
Diondre L. Watkins
Jacob Weigel
Jordan S. Wideman
Tyrell L. Williams
Javon M. Wingate
Ryan A. Wright
Michael J. Wygant

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