This week’s list of the Top 10 Sports Speaker For Hire features familiar sports personalities traveling to NYC to cover the NFL draft on Thursday night.
Chris Berman: The Swami is back to run the room at Thursday’s action-packed NFL Draft! His outgoing personality on-air translates to real life at corporate event entertainment opportunities, keynote speaking engagements and other personal appearances. It is easy to see why Chris Berman remains one of the most entertaining and endearing Sports Speakers for hire.
Jon Gruden: There’s hardly anyone ever more excited on draft day than this former Super Bowl winning coach. This year’s top draft picks have sat Jon’s ESPN football cave and got the run down on the NFL. Now Sports Speaker Jon will head to NYC to report from inside the belly of the beast with his ESPN comrades. Former successful coaches like Jon are special Sports Speakers who have an innate ability to motivate others towards success.
Ray Lewis: One of Baltimore’s most revered sports heroes took to social media following the violence that broke out this week in his home city. Like a Ravens pep talk of old, Ray energetically urged his fellow brothers and sisters of every race to forget protests and take the right actions to bring about change. He was supposed to head to NYC this week for the NFL Draft but instead will stay and act as an influential voice of reason and support in his city.
Trent Dilfer: Sports Speaker Trent will also be in the house Thursday night to provide his pick-by-pick analysis at the NFL Draft for ESPN. Following his years as an elite QB on the field, Trent has been calling the shots as a color-commentator and game day analyst for NFL broadcasts. Trent is a well-known Sports Speaker for hire for fundraising events, university forums and business events.
Mel Kiper Jr.: Would they still even have a draft if Mel Kiper Jr. didn’t create his draft big board? Kind of a chicken before the egg kind of argument here when we think about just how much stock people place in his annual list of most talented draftees. Of course he will be on hand in Radio City Music Hall to share his thoughts on how it all shakes out tonight!
Ron Jaworski: Of course Jaws had something to say about this year’s draft class! In addition to buying up golf courses in his spare time, Sports Speaker Ron eat, sleeps and breathes NFL football. The former Eagles quarterback has to be pretty excited about all the new pieces to the puzzle Chip Kelly has added in Philly this offseason. Ron is an animated Sports Speaker for hire for motivational speaking engagements.
Brian Billick: The NFL Network will also be reporting live from the draft Thursday night although most viewers stick with ESPN. Sports Speaker and NFL Network analyst Brian Billick has been a guest on a number of sports radio shows this week sharing his thoughts on the impending draft. Contact Sports Speakers Bureau today to hire a Sports Speaker like Brian Billick whose experience in coaching and broadcasting has yielded many teachable moments.
Cris Carter: Over the last few weeks ESPN has called in the specialists to break down the draft on Thursday. Sports Speaker Cris had his fair share of memorable moments in the NFL and stopped by to provide his two cents. Cris knows all about fighting for a spot in the NFL having been the only player ever taken in the supplemental draft to make the Hall of Fame.
Tedy Bruschi: Back in his playing days, Sports Speaker Tedy Bruschi was the heart of the New England Patriots. Now he’s at the heart of stroke research as a celebrity spokesperson for the American Heart Association. Tedy is part of the slew of NFL analysts ESPN has called upon this week for draft testimony. He is a fitting Sports Speaker for hire for fundraisers, moderated Q&A’s and meet & greets.
Shelley Smith: Welcome back Shelley Smith! Last October Shelley was diagnosed with breast cancer and it sure is a welcoming sight to see her back on the ESPN airwaves. She has such a big heart for others and it is great to see the outpouring of support she has received since becoming an agent for change in the cancer community.