Elijah McAllister is set to begin his third year as a starter for the Vanderbilt Commodores. The Rumson-Fair Haven two-sport standout came back home to NJ to launch his new charitable foundation. Watch our JSZ feature!
At six-foot-seven, 270 pounds, it’s natural to look up to Elijah McAllister. Young football players certainly did that in more ways than one July 10 at Borden Stadium. It turns out that his dedication to giving back towers over his massive frame. The former Rumson-Fair Haven two-sport standout, who is now a starting outside linebacker at Vanderbilt University came back to his high school alma mater last Saturday to host a football camp as the kickoff to his charitable efforts. His foundation name comes from his two uniforms worn at Vandy. From 41 to earning the captain’s No. 1 jersey resulted in the naming of the All 41, One For All Foundation. Watch our JSZ feature on McAllister’s influence on his high school and the start of his foundation:
To donate to McAllister’s All 4:1-One For All Foundation, click here: https://account.venmo.com/u/AllFourOneAndOneForAll
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