STRATEGIST

The Locker Room World Wide

Every Strategist on the TLRWW Team has a heart to change the world one young athlete at a time. Strategists work with individual athletes, coaches and recruiters in harmony with their families to bring out the best, teach new skills and enhance talents both on the field and in the classroom. Join our family and make your future come into focus. The future you envision is within your grasp!

Meet the TLRWW Strategists

Roger Dickson

ROGER DICKSON

Founder & CEO
BASEBALL STRATEGIST

The Locker Room provides a cost-effective alternative for users to have their own personal sports website. It is a way for athletes to market themselves at a fraction of the cost of developing their own website or the cost of joining other online recruiting websites.

David Huskey

DAVID HUSKEY

SALES DIRECTOR
FOOTBALL STRATEGIST

The Locker Room’s leadership, strategists, and coaches are motivated by a passion to make a tangible impact on the athlete’s life.

JACOB LORD

GOLF STRATEGIST


“Golf is the closest game to the game we call life. You get bad breaks from good shots; you get good breaks from bad shots – but you have to play the ball where it lies.”

McCALLIE WINSTEAD

SOCCER STRATEGIST

“In a soccer game, you might play your absolute best for 90 minutes just to end up 0-0. In life, you may get one or two opportunities to show the world who you are, and those are worth taking advantage of. Soccer is a great tool to learn discipline, tedious strategy, patience, and above all else, how to take a couple hits and get right back up.”

BROOKE CARSON

SOFTBALL STRATEGIST

“Softball helps develop teamwork, which is a crucial skill if you want to be successful in life. Teamwork is a skill that applies both at the softball field and in the real world; whether you’re a boss or just an employee. The game helps you see how your actions affect other people.

JUSTIN MILLS

LACROSSE STRATEGIST

“It’s Lacrosse that helped teach me to spin off checks, take shots and protect the puck under pressure. My stick skills, the way to read the play quickly comes from Lacrosse.”

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