Originally from Kentucky, Colin moved to Atlanta in September of 2001 and currently resides in the Chastain Park area working for Stryker Orthopedics. He played football for Furman University where he graduated in 1999 with a B.A. in History. Colin is involved in multiple charities and community-based organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta and coaching little league football.
An Atlanta native, born and raised in Buckhead where he currently resides, Cooper graduated from the University of Georgia in 2001 with a degree in Finance. He works as a commodity trader in Buckhead, helping to trade, manage, and create their commodity ETF products as well as develop and implement various commodity and equity arbitrage strategies. He has been involved with various charities in the Atlanta area including Habitat for Humanity.
Wes is originally from Kentucky and moved to Atlanta in December 2006 to start working as an orthodontist in the Atlanta area. He received a B.S. in Chemistry with minors in biology and finance from Western Kentucky University in 1999. He graduated from dental school at the University of Kentucky in 2003 and went on to receive a Masters Degree and certificate in Orthodontics from Saint Louis University in 2006. He is involved with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta.
Mike is originally from the Dirty Jersey, moving here to play collegiate baseball in August 1998 at Berry College. He currently resides in the Brookhaven/Buckhead area working for Barnes Distribution. Mike has been actively involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta since 2008 from both a mentoring perspective and a promoter of the organization via speaking at various events.
While born in Atlanta, Tribble grew up in Birmingham before playing football in college at Clemson University. After graduating, he had another year left of football, so he took his talents to Charleston Southern University where he earned an MBA. From there, Tribble headed North to Charlotte to play quarterback for the Carolina Speed arena football team. After the league folded, and seeking to make more money, he moved to Atlanta where he has been for the past two years. He is involved in local charities that benefit special needs children, while also coaching little league football. He is currently getting set to be the first ever Bachelor on the hit reality TV show “Sweet Home Alabama.”