Formed under the leadership of three legendary Houston quarterbacks, Andre Ware, Warren Moon and Vince Young, who were all raised by single moms that stressed the importance of education.  Brothers In Arms, offers financial assistance and diversity scholarships to student athletes who are also being raised in a single parent environment. 



2006 Pro Football Hall of Fame

QB - Houston Oilers


1989 Heisman Trophy Winner

QB - University of Houston


Madison High School

University of Texas & NFL Quarterback

Warren Moon was the quarterback for the Houston Oilers from 1984-1993. Moon played professionally for 23 seasons, is a nine-time Pro-Bowler and was also named the 1990 NFL Most Valuable Player. In 2006, Moon was the first African-American quarterback inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.Warren was raised by a single mother.

Andre Ware won the 1989 Heisman Trophy while playing quarterback for the University of Houston. He is the first African-American quarterback to receive this honor.  He was a first-round draft pick for the Detroit Lions and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2004. Andre was raised by a single mother.

Vince Young is one of the greatest Houston high school quarterbacks of all time.  He is a National Champion and Heisman runner-up from the University of Texas.  He was a first round draft pick of the Tennessee Titans and is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame. Vince was raised by a single mother.


  • Participate in a high school sport

  • Resides in a single-parent home environment

  • Represents diversity

  • Current grade point average of 3.0 or higher

  • Open to all majors

  • Demonstrates leadership abilities

  • Demonstrates a strong community service record

  • Demonstrates outstanding financial need

  • Legal resident residing in the Greater Houston Area

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