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Jason TaylorMiami Dolphins great Jason Taylor has been announced as the keynote speaker for this year’s TCPalm.com Player of the Year awards ceremony that’s happening in Fort Pierce, Florida on May 25th at 7 p.m. in the Sunrise Theater. Tickets to get into the event cost $8 per person and can be purchased online on the theater’s website. The awards ceremony will be honoring 25 different high school sports and two lucky student athletes from 18 schools will be announced the winners. It will be fantastic to have Taylor at the ceremony being as that he played football in the state of Florida for a very long time, and all of these students share common turf with him.

The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native got his athletic career started when he became a football player for his high school, Woodland Hills High School, which is where many NFL players began at. He ended up attending the University of Akron where he was a starting player for three years of his college career and acquired 279 tackles during his time there. He ended up taking part in the 1997 NFL Draft and was picked up by the Miami Dolphins with whom he stayed with for 10 years straight. Before retiring, he spent a little time with the New York Jets and Washington Redskins before leaving the field for good in 2011.

Taylor will be the keynote speaker for this year’s Best of PrepZone award event that’s happening later this month in Fort Pierce, Florida. The way things are set up, it’s bound to be a special day for the students, audience and Taylor alike.

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Shaun Alexander AgentFormer Seattle Seahawks player Shaun Alexander has been announced as the keynote speaker for this year’s Home Educator’s Association of Virginia- Virginia Homeschool Convention that’s happening on June 9-11 at the Greater Richmond Convention Center. The HEAV director Lauren Bell made the statement that the organization is excited to have Alexander speak at the event and that he is a great example of a sports hero who has never compromised his beliefs. This convention is in its 33rd year and will offer support to families of homeschooled children by providing over 150 workshops with information from everything from teaching special needs kids to preparing a child for getting a college scholarship. In addition to that, there will be other booths with interactive fun and activities at the event.

The Florence, Kentucky native started playing team football during his high school years, which led him to have several offers for athletic scholarships for colleges. He ended up choosing to attend the University of Alabama where he spent four years and completed his degree before entering in the 2000 NFL Draft. Alexander was selected in the first round of the draft by the Seattle Seahawks and stayed with the team for over seven years before doing just one more with the Washington Redskins prior to his retirement. The three-time Pro Bowl Player is also the all-time rushing yards, rushing touchdowns, and rushing attempts leader for the Seattle Seahawks.

Alexander will be speaking at this year’ 33rd annual Virginia Homeschool Convention that’s happening this summer at the Greater Richmond Convention Center. Being a homeschooling father himself, the former NFL player will definitely be able to provide some insight on the matter.

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Rebecca Lobo AgentFormer WNBA player Rebecca Lobo spoke at the Ann’s Place Breakfast on May 17 in The Amber Room in Danbury, Connecticut. Tickets to attend costed $25 per person, or $500 for an entire table, and the speech that she gave was a great way to start the day over a nice warm meal. Lobo spoke about all of her athletic accomplishments including participating at the Olympic games, playing basketball in the WNBA and her career as a sports analyst. She was able to give the audience some insight into what it takes to be a professional athlete in this day and age, as well as discuss her scholarship program that she founded alongside her mother.

The Hartford, Connecticut native got the attention of many colleges when she displayed her fantastic basketball schools during her high school years. She was recruited by several schools but ended up attending the University of Connecticut right in her home state so that she could be closer to home. After winning a gold medal in the 1996 Olympics, Lobo came home and turned pro and signed on with the New York Liberty where she played for six years until 2003. Shortly after that, Lobo did some brief playing time with the Houston Comets and the Connecticut Sun before retiring from the courts. Afterwards she took on the job as a sports analyst for ESPN and was even inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 2010.

Lobo spoke at Ann’s Place in Danbury, Connecticut earlier this month to be the keynoter for the breakfast banquet that happened on May 17. There were good conversations had along with great food, and everyone who got to attend were glad they got to be there.

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Russell Wilson Keynote FeeSeattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was the commencement speaker for this spring’s University of Wisconsin graduation ceremony that happened in Madison on May 14th. The Richmond, Virginia native spoke to the large audience about overcoming obstacles and preparing for the next phase of their lives as they leave their undergraduate work behind. Wilson talked about the hard work that he had to put into once he became a part of Seattle’s team, and what it took to stay motivated to bring them to two consecutive Super Bowls. It was without doubt a speech that the newest alumni of UW will never forget.

The 2014 Super Bowl Champion is one of the few athletes out there who has been drafted to play two different professional sports: baseball and football. Wilson played both sports during his college years and was drafted to the Colorado Rockies in 2010. However, in 2012 he informed them that he would be pursuing a career in professional football, and was drafted to the Seattle Seahawks shortly after that. Some people questioned Pete Carroll’s choice when he selected Wilson as a quarterback, but he has really stepped up to the game in the last couple of years and has become an icon for the team itself. He is also known for participating with many charities and doing lots of product endorsements, so it is needless to say that Wilson will only be getting more popular through time.

Wilson spoke at the University of Wisconsin’s graduation ceremony that happened on May 14th, and he was very well received by the members and audience of his former stomping ground. His speech was enlightening and motivating, and will be one that stays with the listeners for years to come.

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Marcus Jordan Trophy RoomMarcus Jordan, son of NBA legend Michael Jordan, is opening up his very own sneaker shop called “Trophy Room” next Monday, May 23rd at Disney Springs Orlando.

Trophy Room, which the company says is inspired by the trophy room at the Jordan Estate, is one of 40-plus new stores opening as part of the Disney Springs Town Center project in Orlando, FL.

In honor of the grand opening, Marcus will be releasing two special edition Air Jordan XX3s and will feature a 1-of-1 “Trophy Room” Air Jordan 6 and a similarly styled Air Jordan 5. Jordan fans are expected to line up early for the limited release.

The white and gold Air Jordan XX3 will be limited to just 523 pairs, a nod to the date “Trophy Room” opens and will only be available in-store, which is located in Orlando. The black and gold “Trophy Room” XX3 will be receiving a bit of a wider release, limited to 5,000 pairs, dropping on Nike.com shortly after the grand opening.

Furthermore, Marcus and the Trophy Room staff will also be restocking a ton of retro Air Jordan’s from the last two years.

Marcus and his brother Jeffrey played college basketball at the University of Central Florida. Marcus scored 8.0 points per game in his true freshman year in 2009–10, including 10.3 points and 3 assists per game in conference play. On November 12, 2010, the opening game of the 2010–11 season, Jordan led UCF to victory against University of West Florida scoring a career high 28 points on 8–11 field-goal shooting and 5–7 from the 3-point line. He also had a team-high 18 points in upsetting number-16 ranked Florida on December 1, 2010.

Check out Marcus Jordan Talking About the Limited Release Jordan at Trophy Room:

Jesse Barfield AgentToronto Blue Jays great Jesse Barfield was announced as the 36th Annual Athletes in Action Banquet keynote speaker which happened earlier this month on May 5th. The event was hosted by the Grace Bible Chapel, and many people came out to hear the baseball legend give his two cents on matters ranging from life, confidence, to meeting your obstacles head on and challenging yourself. Tickets to get in the event costed $30 per person, but the attendees who went would argue that it was money well spent. Barfield attended the event with his wife, who also shared and discussed different elements of their faith-based way of living.

The Joliet, illinois native was a great athlete in his youth, which eventually led him to being selected by the Blue Jays in the 1977 Amateur Draft. However, within just a few short years the two-time Golden Glove Award winner proved himself to the team management and earned a spot on the official pro roster. He made his very first MLB debut on September 3, 1981 and stayed in Toronto until 1989. Before his retirement in 1993, he also played with the New York Yankees and the Yomiuri Giants.

Barfield gave the keynote speech in Timmins for the 36th Annual Athletes in Action Banquet on May 5th. This was an event that was hosted by the Grace Bible Chapel and was a major success for the goers and for Barfield and his wife.

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Dale BrownFormer NCAA coach Dale Brown recently made an appearance at the Carl Grant Center on the campus of Union University to be a speaker for an event. Dinner was also served, and individual tickets to get in cost $50 per person, or $800 for a table of eight. For those who just wanted to hear the speech there was an entry fee of $20, and those who decided to make it to at least that part felt it was well worth it. Brown is expected to give yet another fantastic motivational speech to the audience as he has been traveling and doing a lot of that lately with very positive feedback.

The Minot, North Dakota native was noticeably a star athlete at his high school as he participated in football, basketball and track as well. He ended up taking his sports talents with him to college at Minot State Teacher’s College where he continued to thrive in these sports and earned 12 varsity letters, which he is the only person who has ever been able to do that for multiple events. He was honored to be named one of Sports Illustrated’s Top 50 Athletes from North Dakota, but instead of playing professionally he went the coaching route. From 1965 through 1997, Brown coached for Palm Springs HS, Utah State, Washington State, and LSU.

Brown was well received at the dinner event that took place at the Carl Grant Center on the campus of Union University recently, and was able to motivate many people with his words of wisdom.

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John Urschel Baltimore Ravens guard John Urschel has been announced as the commencement speaker for this year’s Penn State College of Science on May 7. The football player was honored and speechless to be selected as the speaker, but was very happy to do so. Urschel is one of the most respected players in the league right now, as he dedicates his time during the offseason to working on his Doctor of Philosophy degree at MIT. While he has no idea yet on what he will talk about, it is certain that this is going to be a very memorable speech for the newest alumni of Penn State.

The Winnipeg, Manitoba native started playing football from a young age, but is is also known for being a math whiz in his spare time. Urschel has a Bachelors and Masters degree in mathematics from Penn State, and has even had a few of his peer-reviewed articles published. He was drafted by the Ravens during the 5th round of the 2014 NFL Draft and has appeared in sixteen games to date, starting for seven of them.

Urschel will be giving the graduation speech for this year’s Penn State College of Science on May 7. There is no doubt that he will be an inspiration to this graduating class as he wishes them the best on their new beginnings in life.

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Thomas DavisCarolina Panthers Thomas Davis was announced as the keynote speaker for this year’s Entrepreneurship Summit that happened last month on April 7th at the Givens Performing Arts Center. The event began at 11 a.m. and lasted for three hours, which allowed for a good chunk of time for the athlete to discuss how he created opportunities for himself and others can do the same. It was a very motivational talk and was able to hold the audience’s attention with every minute that he spoke, and he was a perfect fit for the summit as the theme for this year was “Creating Opportunities for Yourself”.

The Shellman, Georgia native got his start in sports at a young age when he was a part of his high school football team. This helped him earn an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Georgia where he played under Coach Mark Richt. He entered the 2005 NFL Draft where he was selected in the first round as the 14th overall pick by the Carolina Panthers with whom he still plays for. The 2015 NFC Champion is the winner of this year’s “Whizzer” White NFL Man of the Year award.

Davis spoke at the summit that took place at UNC-Pembroke last month and did an excellent job of inspiring the audience to find new ways to create more opportunities for themselves.

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Bo JacksonLegendary athlete Bo Jackson made his first visit ever to Spa City to spend time with the people at the Boys & Girls Club of Hot Springs’ Great Futures Gala Friday night at Hot Springs Convention Center’s Horner Hall. While he was there he spoke to the participants about how important it is to never lose sight of their goals and dreams, and above everything to be a good example. He discussed how difficult life can be, which is why it’s also a good idea to remember who you are influencing. Jackson was so moved by the great efforts of the club that he made a donation himself before departing.

The Bessemer, Alabama native was both a baseball and football star in his youth, and he was even selected in the 1982 MLB Draft by the New York Yankees to play baseball. However he turned down the opportunity to attend Auburn University, because he had promised his mother that he would become the first in the family to get his college education. In the 1986 NFL Draft, Jackson was chosen as the first overall pick by the Los Angeles Raiders, with whom he stayed with until 1990. He also played professional baseball with the Kansas City Royals concurrently during the time of his football career.

Jackson showed up at the Boys & Girls Club in Spa City recently to share some of his wisdom on life and make a contribution of his own.

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Watch Bo Jackson Speaking about playing the NFL and MLB: