Mikado Hinson is the Director of Football Player Development at Texas A&M. He joined the Aggies program in 2014 after after serving on staff with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) in Houston since 1998. Hinson also served at the University of Houston, where he spent 14 years (2000-14) as the Team Chaplain and Character Development Coach for the Cougar football program.
During that time, Hinson was also the Team Chaplain for the Houston Rockets from 2000-08, and served on the FCA National Chaplain’s Task Force from 2010-13. He became a licensed and ordained minister in 2005.
Hinson earned a BS in mass communications with a concentration in broadcast and journalism from Norfolk State University in 1998 and being a boxing ring announcer on the side.
Today on the podcast, we talk to Mikado about his unique role with Texas A&M's football team, what it means to be a "reformed knucklehead," hearing from God, and why he has a desire to serve and love those around him.
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