Jamie Parrish is one of the top acro-choreographers in the U.S. He has been consistently awarded the National Innovative Choreography award for acro skills, uniform design, and dance choreography. With 20 years of experience as the Head Coach for the nationally acclaimed and World Champion Georgia All-Star cheerleaders, he reigns as the single most decorated cheerleading coach in the United States. Mr. Parrish holds over 200 national championship titles. Formerly a cheerleader at the University of South Carolina under Bill Boggs (The current National Cheerleading Association’s VP of College Cheer Programs), he has produced more Division 1-A cheerleaders than any other program in the country.
Member of USASF National Advisory Board
2010 USASF Coach of the Year
Winner, 2010 World Cheerleading Championships, Orlando, Florida
Medalist, Every single World Championship since 2006
Winner, 2006 World Cheerleading Championships, Orlando, Florida
World Cheerleading Association’s 1994 National Coach of the Year
Former National Cheerleading Association Head Staff Instructor and member of College staffing team
Safety Certification Instructor for the National Cheerleaders Association (High School and Collegiate)
Assistant Choreographer for cheerleading section, 1996 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony
Head Choreographer for several Bowl Game Half-Time Shows including the Hula Bowl, Peach Bowl and Gator Bowl
Founding member of the National All-Star Cheerleading Coaches Congress
(current board member www.NACCCongress.com)
Winner of American Cheerleader Magazine’s Who’s Who in American Cheerleading Coaches
American Cheerleader/Dance Spirit Magazine’s Advisory Board
Produced over 150 NCA/UCA All American cheerleaders in the past 13 years
Coached the only nationally ranked co-ed high school all-star program in Georgia
Produced more than 80 Division 1-A cheerleaders
Former students have been placed at the University of Kentucky, University of Florida, Ohio State University, University of Georgia, Florida State University, Georgia Tech, University of North Carolina, Tulane, Wake Forest, University of South Carolina, University of Alabama, University of Tennessee, Hawaii Pacific University, and Morehead State University
Georgia All-Star squads have been featured nation-wide on television venues such as ESPN, ESPN II,, Fox Sports South, USA , and NBC respectively
Judge for the National Cheerleader’s Association, Universal Cheerleader’s Association, Cheerleaders of America, World Cheerleading Association, Atlantic Cheer and Dance, Cheerleading Technique Camps, and All-Star Challenge Cheerleading Regional and National Championships
Judge for the World Cheerleading Championships, Glasgow, Scotland 2003
Featured in the New York Times “Cheerleading Demands the Field for Itself” by Alex Williams
Larry is the program director at Georgia Allstars. He is a 20-year vereran in cheerleading industry. Having been a cheerleader in college at schools such as Northwest Missouri State University, Barton County Community College, and the University of Louisville. He was a 4-time All-American, a 2-time national champion with Louisville and a former national partner stunt champion. Larry is a member of the NFHS (National Federation of State High School Associations), safety certified by AACCA (American Associations of Cheerleading Coaches and Administrators), and safety certified by the USASF (United States All-Star Federation) in levels 1-5. He is a former GHSA judge as well as judging for national all-star competitions.
Larry started his coaching career teaching cheerleading camps for NCA (National Cheerleaders Association). While traveling for NCA he taught camps from coast to coast, rising from instructor to college instructor and head instructor. He not only trained high school cheerleaders but also their coaches but also their coaches in safety and technique classes. While cheering for the University of Louisville, Larry entered the world of all-star cheerleading at Gym Tyme. In 2004, he moved to Atlanta and took a job with Georgia Allstars coaching teams and teaching tumbling. In addition, Larry became the community coach for Chattahoochee High School helping lead them to a State Championship in his first year. Serving as Chattahoochee's community coach and/or choreographer for 5 years led to 1 state title, 4 state runner-ups, and 4 region titles. In 2005 Larry took a job with ALLSTAR Panthers in Alpharetta as the all-star director where he served for 6 years. Under his direction the Panther program accumulated hundreds of national titles and rose to be known as a regional powerhouse. He is the former choreographer for Johns Creek High School, which included the 2009 State and Region Championship, 2010 Region Runner-up, and the 2011 State and Region Runner-up titles.
Larry is excited by the opportunity to be back at Georgia Allstars and to give his expertise to the cheerleaders from the community at all levels.
Ray "Tater" Mills
Ray “Tater” Mills has been coaching cheerleading for 19 years at the High School and All-Star levels. In 1992 after attending his first NCA All-Star Nationals in Dallas, TX; he realized that cheerleading was his passion, and he wanted to expand his knowledge of the sport. In 1995, he started the Varsity Competitive squad at his Alma Mater, Metter High School, in Metter, Ga. After claiming Regional Champs from 1998 - 2002, and becoming a certified judge for the Georgia High School Association, he then moved on to Co-Found Cheer South All-Stars in Statesboro, Georgia with long time friends Keyshia Brunson and Katina Brunson-Archie, where he coached Levels 4/5 until 2006 claming local and national titles. After moving to Atlanta in 2006, he started coaching at the world renown Georgia All-Stars, where he coached levels 3-5 including the undefeated Senior Coed 4. He has captured numerous titles and choreography awards on the Local and National Level. He is qualified in USASF Credentialing Levels 1-5. He also is a certified judge for Varsity Spirit Group. His former students have moved on to cheer at Colleges and Universities all over the country including: University of Georgia, University of South Carolina, University of Kentucky, Georgia Southern University, University of Tennessee, and Hawaii Pacific University just to name a few. After a two year relocation to Savannah assisting with back to back Region Champions South Effingham Middle School he continues to do Camps and Skill workshops across the country. We are very proud to have “Tater” back with our purple family as All-Star Director. He brings with him a tradition of winning and core values. Welcome Home Tater, Welcome Home!
Clint has been apart of the purple family since 2005 when he joined the Large Co-ed team here at GA!!! He has been a competitive cheerleader for 15 years at the high school, all-star, and collegiate levels. As a seasoned veteran of the GA program, Clint also went on to cheer for 5 years at Hawaii Pacific University in Honolulu, Hawaii. At HPU he earned his Bachelors degree in Advertising and Public Relations. While in Hawaii Clint won 4 NCA collegiate cheer titles with the small co-ed team. After graduating from HPU in 2011 Clint returned to Atlanta to coach for GA and work with the same man that coached him, Jamie Parrish. Clint coaches all levels in tumbling and stunting as well as bringing an energetic and fun personality to the GA staff.
Christian has been in the cheerleading business for 14 years. He brings to the gym his experience, heart and desire to see kids achieve their goals and reach their potential in the sport. With a unique style and positive approach, Christian works well with all different levels. He is a USASF certified, experienced coach working with tumbling levels 1 – 5 and enjoys working with junior, senior and collegiate style stunting. Christian has been lay coach certified for 14 years and enjoys working closely with middle school and high school teams. During his coaching career, he has worked with many allstar and school teams, achieving numerous regional and national titles along the way. Aside from coaching, Christian enjoys mixing and editing custom cheer music and is an experienced choreographer.
Taylor has been in the sport of competitive cheerleading for twelve years. He has been coached by some of the best choreographers and coaches the sport has to offer, including Lance Stella (USASF Director), Don Collins former owner/founder of All-Star Challenge and has been coached by Jamie Parrish owner of Georgia Allstars for 7 years. Taylor has more than 60 championships under his belt 6 of which were won in Dallas at NCA nationals. His UCA and NCA background has helped round his skills and technique in stunting, tumbling, and overall performance on and off the floor. He has proven himself as a competitor and is now passing on his knowledge as a coach.