Who We Are
Founded in 2013, the mission of MVP League is to help develop track & field and road running athletes of all levels from elementary age to pro athletes. Our largest program is focused on preparing high school athletes who are seeking to participate in collegiate athletics. MVP League is made up of all age groups and experience level athletes from elementary to collegiate. Having been the home of state championship and junior Olympic athletes, MVP continues to produce high caliber talent.
In addition to athlete training programs, MVP hosts Performance Therapy Camps that encourage the collaboration of the athlete, coach, and physical therapist to improve athlete performance and decrease injuries. MVP League offers an Apprentice Coach Program as well. We believe in training the best to work with the best. The success of all our programs is fueled by strong character and a strong level of commitment that we expect from all of those involved.
MVP League extends its gratitude to the many people who have contributed in various ways to the program. You have all been a part of our success and we look forward to continuing to Carry the Shield together.
Meet the Coach
League President and Head Coach Maurice Hutton created the MVP League in 2013. A native of Kingston, Jamaica, Hutton moved to New York in 1996 where he went on to win two state championships in the 4 x 100 and the 400. He continued in the sport and attended Virginia State University on a track scholarship where he was an All-American Division II sprinter. For four years Hutton coached youth football and trained prospective NFL draft picks. After coaching his teams to a AAU 8U National Champion-ship win and a 3rd place 10U finish, he decided it was time to transition. His true passion has always been track and field thus he decided to pursue full time coaching of the sport. In 2017 Hutton assumed the position as Head Coach at Massaponax High School, immediately helping the Panthers track team to reach new heights in the sprints, relays, and hurdles events. If you don’t see him on a track, he’s either researching for the track or spending time with his dog Max, his running partner.