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.
Shardae received her Bachelor's Degree in Sports Administration with a minor in Communications from the University of Louisville. In addition to her cheerleading industry accomplishments, she worked for Purdue University as the Football Recruiting Secretary & Supervisor. Shardae's cheerleading experience is vast. Throughout her 20-year cheerleading career, she has cheered with the C.A.S Elite Bears, GA Allstars, Lovejoy High School, University of Louisville, Gymtyme Allstars and Thunder Allstars. She has earned more than 20 National Championships combined in a variety of team types (All Girl, Co-Ed and Individual). As a head coach, she has won three Cheersport National titles & had three undefeated seasons. Shardae is USASF certified in levels 1-5.
In addition to her cheerleading expertise, Shardae brings 12 years of dance experience and her musical talents to the Georgia Allstars. She has recorded customized cheer raps (Voice Overs) for more than ten All-Star gyms in the U.S, including CA Allstars, Cheer Xtreme, and Brandon Allstars, among others.
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.
Julian has been coaching tumbling and cheer for over 17 years and is a 2003 Georgia Allstar Cheerleading Alumni. Beofre joining as a coach at Georgia Allstar Cheerleading, he was the Allstar Director at Ace Atlanta and also coached at Stingray Allstars. Julian is certified in levels 1-5 tumbling and 1-5 stunts, a member of USASF and his primary focus is on technique and progression. On weekends when he is available, Julian travels the country judging cheer competitions. Directly out of high school, Julian staffed for COA and attended Austin Peavy State University on a cheer scolarship.
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.