Ramonce Taylor was a standout running back at the University of Texas during his collegiate career back in the mid 2000's. Trouble with the law brought Taylor's collegiate career to an end.

Taylor's football supremacy was first put on display here in the Central Texas area at Belton High School. Taylor amassed over 4,000 plus yards rushing on the ground, and 60 plus touchdowns in his Belton career.

Taylor has matured greatly from his younger years, and has realized the mistakes he made in his life. Taylor is now involved in coaching, mentoring, and helping lead kids down the right path.

Taylor has now organized the Ramonce Taylor Youth Association. The association will give youngsters in the area a chance to play a variety of sports for a great organization. The association will have the following sports available to participate in; basketball, football, and track.

The ages of participation will range from ages 4-17. The teams will compete against teams at the local, regional, and national levels. The association is a non-profit, and is here to develop children into great athletes, as well as great individuals.

The ribbon cutting ceremony for the association starts at 4:30 p.m. Thursday April 5th at the Belton Chamber located at 412 E. Central Avenue Belton, Texas 76513. Don't miss this great introduction of a great organization to the Central Texas community. For more information on the association, just visit http://www.rtyouthassociation.com/Default.aspx?tabid=2119886

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