NFL legend Spencer Tillman delivered a keynote at the Annual Victory Bowl Banquet at the Ferrell Center in Waco, Texas. The retired NFL player was the keynoter for the event, so he shared his experiences about his life and times in the NFL over his career. In addition to that, he discussed how important it is to give back to the communities we came from, as that is exactly what the Heart of Texas Fellowship of Christian Athletes is trying to achieve at this fundraiser. It was a fantastic event for attendees to be present at, as it isn’t often that stars such as Tillman get to talk at such functions.
The Tulsa, Oklahoma native attended the University of Oklahoma where he played as a running back on the football team. He was even the captain of the National Championship team in 1985 when they defeated Penn State in the Orange Bowl 25-10. After graduating with this bachelor’s degree in journalism in 1986, he entered the 1997 NFL Draft where he was selected as the 133rd overall pick in the 5th round by the Houston Oilers. Tilman played with the Oilers for two seasons before going to the San Francisco 49ers for another two years. He eventually retired from the sport in 1994 with finishing his last two years off playing with the Oilers once again.
Tillman will be speaking later this month on April 9th in Texas for the Waco Victory Bowl Banquet. Be sure to get your tickets as soon as possible, as it’s going to be a packed venue.
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Watch Spencer Tillman Speaking about his NFL Career: