About Us

Brandon Harris:

I am a student at Washtenaw Community College where Nursing is my major along with a minor in Personal Training. I was apart of the graduating class of 2015 at Plymouth High school. I played football my freshman and sophomore year, ran track my junior and senior year, and wrestled all 4 years. Playing sports all throughout my life have taught me that you need the proper training or conditioning to be the best. If you haven’t heard the saying, “If you want to be the best, you have to do what the best do”. And it all starts with the proper training. Here at Voltage Elite we also want to give kids the proper training and good work ethics for them to be successful in life and also better athletes in the future.

 

Deji Adebiyi:

I am a student at Ohio Wesleyan University. Majoring in Sports Management. I played 4 years of basketball and football for the Plymouth Wildcats. Sports have always played a big part in my life. Over the years it has taught me so many life lessons. Being able to give back to the younger generation has always been a dream of mine! With the help of the other members of Voltage Elite I am able to live that dream! Voltage Elite is not just sports by any means, we are working everyday to figure out ways to help give advice and ultimately mold kids for their future of being professional and respectful adults.

 

 

Harman Sidhu:

I am a Sophomore at Michigan State University studying Accounting and Sports Management. I was a part of the Plymouth High School basketball team for 2 years, and I played football for 1 year. Sports have alway been a huge part of my life. Through sports I have become a more well rounded and overall a better person. Learning how to be a team player, respecting my leaders, and staying calm in negative situations are lessons I still use today in my  life. Voltage Elite is a lot more than just sports, it’s about turning young athletes into responsible and disciplined human-beings.

 

Josh Gendron:

I am a Sophomore at the College for Creative Studies, in Detroit, MI. I am studying Product Design and I also have a huge passion for Graphic Design. I played football at Plymouth High School for 4 years, along side Deji, Brandon, and Harman.  Sports filled my youth with fun, playing Baseball, Football, and many other sports for most of my life.  Playing on those teams have made me the better person I am today and I would never change that. Along with Voltage Elite, I coach the 14u Canton Cardinals Travel Baseball Team. We started Voltage Elite to make a difference in the youth community, to create a bright path for the young kids to follow, and to make them an outstanding athlete and an even better human when we send them off.

 

Tommy Wiegman:

I am currently a Sophomore at the University of Michigan pursuing a degree in Business Administration. I’ve spent my whole life in the Plymouth-Canton and played baseball and for the Canton Chief. When I first heard about Voltage Elite, I knew that it was something that I wanted to be a part of. The opportunity to give back to the community that made me into the person that I am today was something that I could not pass up. Sports are something that allow kids to grow themselves both on and off the field. Playing baseball growing up taught me many skills that I still use to this day, whether it be leadership, teamwork or perseverance. We at Voltage Elite want to be able to instill these skills in kids in the Metro-Detroit through sports while still providing an fun, encouraging environment to better themselves as athletes.