Zedralyn "Zee" Butler is the owner of The Ball Code, which focuses on serving next-level student athletes. The Ball Code focuses on equipping high school student-athletes with preparation, resources and transitional tips for recruitment and competing on the next level. Workshops provide help to student-athletes and inform parents, as well as workshops for colleges that include a thought-altering workbook. Zee is also the author of “25 Tips for the Next Level Student-Athlete: Welcoming to College Edition.”
The Ball Code also encompasses college athletes in the transition into college as incoming freshmen, athletic and individual awareness for sophomores and transitional preparation for life after the final buzzer for juniors and seniors.
Zee was born and raised in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. A former Division I athlete on the NJCAA and NCAA levels in women’s basketball, she competed at Tyler Junior College and Stephen F. Austin State University. Zee is passionate about helping student-athletes transition to and from college based off her own struggles as an athlete, which seems to be a commonality among athletes.
She's the game coordinator for the historic King Cotton Classic Basketball Tournament, which is a holiday tournament with high schools across the country, and she's the proud mother of Zaleigh and twins, Zion and Zavannah.
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