Sheridan has been reaching youth through sports for over a decade. Sheridan is native to the Washington, D.C. area and a graduate of Springbrook High School where he played three years on the varsity basketball team garnering All-County and Washington Post All-Met Honorable Mention Honors. Sheridan played two years for Delaware State University before transferring and completing his collegiate career at Shaw University. While at Shaw, Sheridan co-captained a team that held a national ranking and won the 2011 CIAA Conference Championship. At 6’7, he played all five positions in college, providing depth and versatility. Although Sheridan’s career was plagued with injury, he remained positive and continues to instill the importance of a positive attitude to every youth with a desire to learn the art of basketball.
Sheridan comes from a basketball family. His sister, Stacey Price, was a star at Springbrook High School and was a Division I scholarship player at Fordham University. His father, Glenn Price, was featured as one of Washington, D.C.s top 50 High School basketball players of all time and is a member of the Hall of Fame at St. Bonaventure University, where he still holds scoring and rebounding records. Glenn Price was also an NBA Draft Pick in 1974 by the Buffalo Braves.
Sheridan graduated Magna cum Laude from Shaw University in 2010 with a B.S. in Political Science with a minor in African American History.