Pro Football Hall of Famer Anthony Munoz was selected to be the keynote speaker at a very exclusive event taking place at a NFL Prep Academy at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania that took place June 17-20. This event was only open by invite only to the student athletes and their families, and focused on talks that emphasized character, hard work, leadership, community outreach and the value of education. It was a four day convention that was built in a classroom setting to inspire and teach the students about what is entailed for a professional sports career, both on and off of the field.
The 11-time Pro Bowl player was one of many former NFL players to attend the event, but it was extra special to have him there based on all of his life experience in football. Munoz played football for Southern California University as a offensive tackle player and was eventually picked up in the 1980 NFL draft by the Bengals. He is one of the few professional players out there that spent their entire career with one team, but that just goes to show his value and how well he earned his spot on the field with Cincinnati. In 1994 and 1995, the former Bengal worked as a color analyst and commentator on Fox Sports’ NFL telecasts and also participated in many of the Bengals’ pre-season games. Munoz entered the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the year 1998 as the first Cincinatti player to represent the team.
Munoz spoke at a NFL Prep Academy that took place earlier this month at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania to help guide future athletes along as they move forward in their sports careers.
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