The Top 10 Trending Sports Speakers list this week highlights the biggest Super Bowl heroes available for hire as motivational speakers.
Jerry Rice: Nicknamed “World” in college, there wasn’t a football in this world Hall of Fame Speaker Jerry Rice couldn’t catch. Jerry and his sticky hands captured 3 Super Bowl victories with the 49ers with help from gunslinger and current ESPN NFL Analyst Steve Young. Jerry still credits his hard work ethic and competitive drive as the primary tools that allowed him to become the best to ever do it at the wide receiver spot. Let the best to ever do it teach you a few things about hard work!
Ray Lewis: If there is one Super Bowl hero you want as your event hype man, it’s 2-time Super Bowl Champion Ray Lewis. Known for his pregame “Squirrel” dance antics, Ray is electrifying on and off the football field. After retiring on top in 2013, Ray has now become a beloved member of the NFL Countdown crew on ESPN with the likes of Chris Berman, Cris Carter, Trent Dilfer and Tom Jackson.
Kurt Warner: According to Skittles early Super Bowl ad, Christian Speaker Kurt Warner has started the Super Bowl tailgate early this year complete with a hot tub full of Skittles in anticipation of the big game in Glendale, Arizona. The Super Bowl-winning QB turned TV Analyst sure is making the most of his many talents! Kurt has been blessed beyond measure in life and wants to spread his message of hope and joy to others.
Marcus Allen: Motivational Speaker Marcus Allen ran away with almost every college football award manageable including the Heisman Trophy in 1981. Just 2 years later he ran all over the Redskins in Super Bowl XVIII, rushing for 191 yards and 2 TDs en route to a 38-9 rout. Marcus ran the table on the football field and can certainly help you run the show at your upcoming corporate conference or keynote speech event.
Phil Simms: Ever wondered how that whole “I’m going to Disney World” thing got started in sports culture? Credit this guy. Sports Speaker Phil coined the phrase after he led the Giants to a Super Bowl XXI victory in 1987. Now Phil works as a popular color-commentator for CBS Sports with his broadcast partner Jim Nantz. Nobody wears #11 for the New York Football Giants anymore, as it is retired, but Phil is anything from retired today as he continues to inspire others as a Motivational Speaker.
Steve Young: 49er great Steve Young sure never needed the help of any under inflated footballs to find his targets in the end zone! Hall of Fame Speaker Steve picked up where legendary QB Joe Montana left off and steered the 49ers to 3 Super Bowl Titles. Since retirement Steve has juggled many hats as a keynote speaker, ESPN NFL Analyst and celebrity spokesperson for companies including AutoAlert business services.
Warren Sapp: One of the most eccentric personalities the league has ever seen, Motivational Speaker Warren was as goofy as he was ferocious as a defensive lineman. Warren was born to entertain as evident by his many appearances in TV game shows and TV series following his illustrious career in the NFL. Let Warren show you why he’s built such a reputation as the life of the party.
Terry Bradshaw: FOX NFL Sunday would be nothing without the presence of this Hall of Fame Pittsburgh Steeler. Since winning 4 Super Bowl Titles, Motivational Speaker Terry has become a crucial part of every football fan’s Sunday morning working the pregame before the week’s matchups with Curt, Howie, Jimmy, and Michael. Here’s your chance to hire a motivational speaker who truly knows how to entertain his audience.
Terrell Davis: This guy has probably one of the coolest football nicknames ever, simply, TD. His initials spell the result of many of his scampers as a running back for the Denver Broncos during his 7 seasons in the league. Motivational Speaker Terrell and his partner John Elway were a force to be reckoned with, taking home back-to-back Super Bowls in the 1997 and 1998 seasons. He is now a Sports Analyst for NFL Network and was named a finalist on the Hall of Fame ballot this year.
David Tyree: Motivational Speaker David will forever be etched in New York sports history and NFL history for that matter after bringing down the infamous “helmet catch” in Super Bowl XLII. The Giants went on to win the Super Bowl that year and David has relived that moment a thousand times when he shares his story with others as a keynote speaker. Let David take you through those crucial moments and the moments in his life afterwards that have made him the man he is today.