Front Office

Patrick Johnson

Johnson, as a senior at nearby Redlands (California) High School, earned All-Citrus Belt League and Honorable Mention All CIF honors, and was a member of the Tacoma News Tribune's Western top 100 list, and team MVP in his only year of playing running back for the Terriers. On the track as a junior in 1993, Johnson managed to finish fourth place in the 200-meter final at the CIF State Track and Field Championships in what was his first season participating in high school track and field. During his senior campaign, Johnson had over 1000 all-purpose yards as the starting halfback for the Terriers, and was amongst the nation's elite prep sprinters. Johnson led all national preps in both the 100 and 200 meters for most of the 1994 season and notched impressive wins at prestigious California and national prep track and field meets, the Arcadia Invitational (200m), Golden West Invitational (100, 200m) and the National Scholastic Outdoor Championships (200m). Later that summer, Johnson represented the United States by running third leg in the 4 × 100 m relay at the 1994 World Junior Championships in Athletics where they garnered a silver medal.  

Patrick went on to become a successful two-sport athlete at the University of Oregon, majoring in Journalism and Communications and excelling in both football and track and winning numerous accolades and championships during his collegiate athletic career. As an Olympic caliber sprinter, Johnson won the Pac-10 Championships in the 400 meters, became an NCAA All-American at 100 and 200 meters, and defeated the legendary Carl Lewis in a 100-meter race at the Drake Relays in 1995 all in his freshman year. As an all Pacific 10 /All American wide receiver and kick returner on the gridiron at Oregon, he was the Offensive MVP of the 1997 Las Vegas Bowl, and was also a member of UO’s 1994 Rose and 1995 Cotton Bowl teams. Johnson was the 42nd overall pick in the 1998 NFL draft and earned a Super Bowl ring when the Baltimore Ravens defeated the New York Giants 34 -17 in Super Bowl XXXV. Mr. Johnson, 44, also attended the Craig James Broadcast School in 2001.

As a businessman, Johnson has held C-Level positions in the oil and gas, consumer products, and nutraceutical industries in both public and private sectors, as well as consulting in the private equity, mining, gaming, entertainment, internet, construction and corporate finance industries. Patrick has assisted several charities and non-profit organizations with his volunteer efforts. During his NFL career, Patrick pledged money for the Baltimore Ravens/Police Athletic League Challenge of Champions, and also modeled in a Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Show to help raise money for the Living Classrooms Foundation of Baltimore, He also spearheaded the fifth annual "Baltimore Reads Books for Kids Day" at Baltimore Polytechnic High School in 2000, helping the group collect nearly 25,000 children's books that were distributed to low-income families. In 2003 while playing for the Washington Redskins, he interned with GOPAC, a political action committee designed to train candidates for grassroots-level campaigning.

Rory Dairy
VP- Operations

Rory Dairy attended the University of Oregon from 1988 to 1991 where he was a team captain and starting strong safety for the Ducks.  After college, he had brief stints in the NFL and the AFL.

Rory went on to work as an academic advisor and counselor for general undergraduate student athletes attending the University of Oregon, and created an admissions program called the “next-step” program that targeted high school adjudicated students going through adversities with a chance to qualify for enrollment at the University of Oregon. He also supervised the 6% program that  was designed to assist student-athletes towards graduation.

Dairy has also worked in the field of mortgage and lending since 1998, and was also a Multnomah County Justice Department Probation Officer where he provided caseload management for 160+ adjudicated youth & adults and supervised cases from time of conviction to diversion programs and expungement. 

Dairy has provided various training and technique philosophies to collegiate and professional football athletes throughout their careers as student-athletes as well as in the NFL, CFL and AFL as well as mentoring to many coaches.  He has organized practice plans, created lineups, and attended clinics to learn the ongoing evolution of football terminologies, foundational principles, and game formats. 

Rory is currently the Head Football Coach of the X League/ Extreme Football League’s LA Black Storm, and a LAPD Southwest Traffic Division Motorcycle Traffic Officer.  Dairy also provides a variety of security solutions for personal and business protection such as undercover protection to full armed motors, patrols and traffic control throughout Los Angeles County.

Rory also presided as the ASB Student President while at Compton High School.

Al Harley

Alquentin Harley was a high school baseball All American drafted straight out of Sheldon High School  in Eugene Oregon by the Houston Astros in the 5th round of the Major League Baseball Draft. While in high school Harley was awarded Oregon Baseball Player of the Year from 1988-1990 and had the 2nd highest batting average of all time. In 1994 Harley was traded to the San Diego Padres organization where he played for the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes leading the team with the highest batting average propelling his team to the California League Championship that year. During his tenure with the Quakes, Harley represented the organization in various baseball youth camps all over the country. Harley returned to Sheldon High School in 2010 as the assistant baseball coach where he stayed until 2014. During those four years they won two state titles.

From 2008 to 2010 Harley has conducted business to business telephone sales with Quality Financial Group contacting new and existing customers to discuss how their needs could be met with specific products and services while managing accounts with the highest sales volume. In 2019 Harley worked with CBDISCOVERY acquiring new dispensaries, scheduling events, and delivering product from Cottage Grove to Ashland Oregon using the OLCC Metric system to keep track of consistency in both quality and weight.

In 2010 Harley founded Qreative Partnerships, a firm in Eugene, Oregon which specializes in QR code specific marketing. The firm has worked with multiple Pac12 schools such as the University of Oregon and the Building Business Leaders project, a cohort program that aims to attract and retain students from underrepresented minority groups. Harleys company, Qreative Partnerships won the Entrepreneur Award in 2012. 

From 1990 to present Harley continues to help put on multiple baseball and sports camps all over America, such as the Harold Reynolds Baseball Camp where he instructs kids on infield fundamentals and the mental aspects of baseball. Harley also loves running and hanging out with his two sons.