RedLine Athletics Roswell is Roswell, GA’s premier facility for youth sports performance training. The new center covers 10,000 square feet, including a basketball/volleyball court, 5,000 square feet of low profile turf for speed and agility drills, batting cages and a strength room.
Redline has tailored training programs that best suit your individual and team goals.
Athletes PERFORM and MAKE PLAYS when they prepare and train. Redline helps Athletes DRAMATICALLY improve their Athleticism, Resilience, and Movement to unlock their peak performance on the field of play.
Athletes improve better together. That’s why we’re always organizing events for our very active and motivated Redline community.
Redline Coaches have a passion for Athletes. Their battle-tested professional and collegiate experience combined with their education and certifications create a positive, high-energy environment.
Coach Allen Bordley is from Virginia Beach, Virginia. Attended First Colonial High School. Was and All-Region football player. All State and All American Track Athlete. #2 in the nation in 2011 for high school triple jumpers. Received Full scholarship to play football at Old Dominion University.
Transferred to East Carolina University where he received a full scholarship to run track. 3 time All NCAA Region. NCAA 2nd team All-American, 4 time All-conference indoor and outdoor.
Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science From East Carolina University.
Masters Degree in Health and Human Performances with a concentration in Athletic Administration and Coaching
Abdul began playing basketball growing up in Queens, Ny and was trained by the legendary coach Vincent Smith older brother of TNT analysts and NBA Champ Kenny Smith. He was then fortunate to obtain a full scholarship to a prestigious prep school called Berkshire School in Sheffield, MA. He excelled obtaining varsity letters in 3 sports Cross Country, Track and Field and Men’s Basketball. He was named first team all New England leading the mens’s basketball to a New England Championship his senior year. Not heavily recruited and having very little division one offers Abdul attended his freshman year at St. Peter’s College in Jersey City and after a successful freshman campaign decided to transfer to the University of Rhode Island. He was named 2nd Team All Atlantic Ten conference leading the running rams in scoring his junior and senior year making appearances in the NIT and NCAA tournament. Voted by Dick Vitale as the nations top 15 small forwards in the country. Was invited to NBA pre drafts camps Portsmouth Invitational and Chicago Combine Camp. Drafted in the 2nd round in the CBA pick number 40 by the Pittsburgh Piranhas.
Free Agent of the Denver Nuggets 94 Free Agent of the Chicago Bulls 96 European/International League: Italy, France, Spain, Cyprus, Israel, Switzerland, Venezuela, Taiwan, Dominican Republic and Turkey.
Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Rhode Island in Early Childhood Development and a Minor in African American History. Received the Presidents Award for superior academic achievement in African American History.
“A prime example of how hard work and a unbelievable work ethic can translate into success on and off the court.”
Anma Onyeuku (AO) is a Georgia native. She grew up in Fayetteville attended Fayette County High School where she had a notable career as a Lady Tiger. She was fortunate to graduate as the school’s leading scorer and rebounder. Afterwards she went on to play at Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY and played all four years, working her way up to being captain her senior year. After graduating, she went on to start her professional career and played three years in Spain. She also works with the Atlanta Hawks Basketball Academy helping with summer camps and clinics throughout the city of Atlanta.
Coach Nick Dew is from Virginia Beach, Virginia
Attended First Colonial High School
Notable sports career (football and track) Setting records and earning a spot in his schools Hall of Fame Specializes in football and track & field
Started playing football at the age of 8 and since then been a true passion
Started running track sophomore year at First Colonial High
4-star prospect by ESPN, was ranked 63rd and 201st overall nationally by ESPN and Rivals
Finishing ranked as the 2nd best safety in the nation
2009-2010 Under Armour All-American
2008-2010 Virginia All-Region Team
Virginia Beach, VA City & First Colonial H.O.F
Virginia Tech Football 2010-2013 ( Defensive Back/Linebacker )
2009-2010 Indoor Track & Field 55m Hurdles 2nd Team All-American
2007-2010 All-State & All Region Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field
All hurdles and Relays
Finished 6th in the nation in the 55m hurdles
2 ACC championship appearances while at Virginia tech
Appeared in an Orange Bowl and Sugar bowl while attending
Coach Drew was born in Jamaica. He started playing soccer at the age of 5 and it has been his passion ever since. At the age of 12, Drew was invited to attend a soccer camp at Princeton University even though he was under age. Due to his performance at the camp, he made a contact with the director of soccer and was on their radar for college. Ran track in Jamaica for a year, training with Grace Jackson, a former Olympic athlete. Ages 13 to 15 he started training with coaches from Valencia C.F. He was then offered to move to Spain and tryout with Valencia and Levante, to be on track for their professional teams. Due to his age and his families choice to prioritize academics at the time, he was unable to take this opportunity. At 16, he was recruited to play on the U18 Bermuda National Team. Scholarship offer from IMG Academy for senior year of high school. Competed on the U18 team. Recruited by Saint Leo University in Florida. Due to personal commitments and hesitation from injury, he decided to decline the offer in order to rehab and rebuild his mindset. Completely tore his CFL (Calcaneofibular Ligament) and was told he could never play the same and if the ankle got injured again, he would be done competitively and recreationally. During that time, he found a new passion for coaching and training athletes that shared his passion and drive for soccer and sports in general. 2016, went to school at The Atlanta School of Personal Training and received his certification from NASM and is also a certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist. Upon graduation, he received the Humanitarian Award. On his down time, he trained his cousin, who now plays for Orlando City’s U15 development academy team. He is now a certified Sports Performance Specialist, and pursuing his passion with both sports and athletes.
I was born and raised in Dallas, GA. Attended south paulding high school where I played football and baseball. Earned 1st team all region honors in both sports two years as a pitcher and tight end and was a punter and outfielder as well. Received golden helmet award for football my senior year for embodying excellence on and off the field. After graduating I attended Kennesaw State University where I studied and graduated with a bachelors degree in Exercise Science in 2017. While at Kennesaw state I played club baseball where I pitched, played first base, and outfield. I earned several pitcher of the week and offensive player of the week selections for my conference and landed all conference honors for DH in 2015. While with the team I served as Vice President for one year and helped as a player/coach with pitchers and outfielders. In addition to Redline I also work as a personal trainer and umpire in my free time.
Born in 1980 Brooklyn, New York. Cheyne Gadson a journeyman who began his college career at Kilgore College in Texas and Westchester Community College in New York. He became a JUCO All -American and champion between 1999-2001. Gadson earned a scholarship to play for hall of fame coach Eddie Sutton at Oklahoma State University from 2001-2003 where he studied General education. He spent the majority of his professional career between 2004-2018 with stints in the NBA with Dallas Mavericks and Golden State Warriors the G league. He also played professionally in countless countries such as Italy, Latvia, Argentina, Israel, and China. Gadson has won a championship on each level of his career from college to the professionals. He comes here to Redline Athletics experienced with knowledge and enthused to share what it takes to become a better athlete as well as Basketball player.
Friendly and knowledgable coaches make parents and kids alike feel welcome and comfortable.
I am so appreciative of Redline. They are keeping my son active and his fitness has improved leaps and bounds since starting at Redline. The coaches are top notch and know their stuff. I also love how convenient the schedule is, we can go to classes whenever it works for our family. We will for sure sign up again, the investment is worth every penny.
We are so thrilled with RedLine Athletics. Our son is learning how to condition and take care of his body. He is also getting training for his specific sport. We could not be more happy with the amazing facility and trainers. Highly recommend!
We love Redline! My son goes and works hard each time, coming out tired yet satisfied. I can already see some results in core strength and stamina. Definitely worth every penny!!!
We are a couple months in and are seeing amazing results! My daughter’s skills and speed are improving more and more everyday! Thank you Redline!
Great, positive, upbeat trainers who really push the kids to want to do more. Just being there puts you in a good mood! Love this place!
So happy we found Redline. It’s the perfect compliment to my son’s baseball team’s practice. Already seeing growth after a short amount of time.
The trainers are top notch. My son’s strength and speed numbers increased a ton over the summer. It helped his confidence tremendously