Executive Director, Floyd McRae II

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Coach Floyd McRae, II was born in New York City and was raised in Long Island, New York and in East Orange, New Jersey.  He relocated to Atlanta Georgia to attend Morehouse College where he received his B.S. degree in Biology.  To further his education, Mr. McRae matriculated to graduate school and received his Masters and Specialists Degree from Troy University in Educational Leadership. He began his teaching/coaching career in the fall of 1992 at Westlake High School as a ninth grade science teacher and basketball coach. As an Assistant Boys’ Basketball Coach at Westlake High School, he helped the Lions capture the AAA State Championship trophy which ended with a historic record of 33-0.  As the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Creekside High School, he guided his teams to the “Sweet 16”, Elite “8”, and the State Championship Game. 

Coach McRae also coached at various Basketball Camps during the summer. At The Five Star Camp, Coach McRae’s team reached the Final Four in the NBA Division and won the Championship in the NCAA Division. Because of his work ethic and knowledge of the game, he was invited to coach at the Pittsburg Five Star Camp where he worked with some of the top players in the country who have become professionals. These names include but are not limited to Davis West, Kevin Durant. Chris Paul, and Lebron James.

​Coach Floyd McRae has been in the business of Marketing, Consultation and Training for over 20 years in which he has helped young men and women improve not only in their overall physical skill level but in their mental capacity to understand the true meaning of basketball.

Currently, Floyd F. McRae II supervises and conducts all activities and operations of the The J-4 Sports Foundation, Inc.