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Jeremy MaclinBaltimore Ravens receiver Jeremy Maclin recently traveled to Columbia, Missouri to be the keynote speaker at the Tribby’s last Thursday night at Missouri Theater on July 20. The event will take place at 5:30 p.m. and will recognize about 174 nominees for over 19 sports. In addition to that, there will be other awards handed out for things like sportsmanship, coach and athlete of the year and scholar awards. VIP ticket holders will be able to attend a question and answer session, which is designed to be authentic and genuine. It was a very exciting experience for all the of the Missouri football fans and locals alike.

The Kirkwood, Missouri native started playing football at a young age, and ended up attending the University of Missouri where he played Tigers football for two years between 2006 and 2008. He entered the 2009 NFL Draft where he was selected as the first overall pick by the Philadelphia Eagles, with whom he played for until 2014. Next, he did a shorter stint with the Kansas City Chiefs for the 2015-2016 season and now currently is on the roster of the Baltimore Ravens. In fact, just this summer Maclin signed a two-year $11 million contract from the Ravens, so he will be kicking off the season with the promise of a couple years stay.

Maclin recently traveled back to his home state of Missouri to serve as the keynote speaker at the Tribune’s Best of Prep award ceremony that happened last week on July 20. The event had a great turnout and was one of the best speeches that the city of Columbia has seen in awhile.

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Stephen A. SmithNBA analyst Stephen A. Smith was the featured speaker for the Charlotte Touchdown Club on Wednesday, July 19th at the Sheraton Charlotte Hotel in North Carolina. He was a big hit with the crowd, as many east coasters remember Smith while he was covering the 76ers for the Philadelphia Inquirer a couple of decades ago. Smith discussed how broad the broadcasting industry is these days and shared a lot of different stories from the background of his career. In addition to that, he took a bunch of odd questions regarding various sports and athletes, and the audience truly appreciated his perspective on the entire industry as a whole.

The ESPN commentator in regularly on a show called “First Take” along with Cari Champion and Skip Bayless. In addition to that, he also has a radio show in which he hosts called “The Stephen A. Smith and Ryan Ruocco Show on ESPN Radio New York 98.7 FM. Smith’s entire career didn’t just revolve around being in the media, but he was an American sports journalist and is a currently featured columnist for ESPNNY.com.

Smith recently traveled to North Carolina to be the speaker at the Charlotte Touchdown Club earlier this month and he was a big hit. Not only was he able to keep everyone entertained, but he got to showcase some of the sports industry from his own view.

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Brian ScalabrineFormer NBA player Brian Scalabrine recently traveled to Westborough, Massachusetts earlier this month to take part in this year’s third annual All-Star banquet. He spoke for about 20 minutes and told the athletes in the audience and their families about his long journey to the pros. Scalabrine also shared with them more about his current job as a Comcast SportsNet New England broadcaster, as well as some of the great memories he has made workings in the sports industry. The main message he delivered was one that talked about how to get through roadblocks and be ready to take on any challenge no matter what life throws at us.

The Long Beach, California native went to high school in Enumclaw, Washington where he got his start in playing basketball. After graduation he went on to attend Highline Community College for over a year before enrolling at USC in 1998. During his time at USC, the NBA star was named to the All Pac-10 first team and the National Association of Basketball Coaches All-District 15 first team. He entered the 2001 NBA Draft where he was selected by the New Jersey Nets in the second round. He stayed with the team for four years before moving to Boston to join the Celtics, and finally the Chicago Bulls for his final years in the pros. From 2013-2014, Scalabrine also served as the assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors.

Scalabrine recently ventured to Westborough, Massachusetts to speak at the third annual All-Star banquet that happened earlier this month on July 11th. It was a fun time and inspiring time for everyone who went, and Scalabrine had an opportunity to connect with his fans.

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Misty MayOlympic gold medalist Misty May, Olympic silver medalist in water polo Tony Azevedo, and former NFL head coach for the New York Giants Jim Fassel spoke at the Long Beach Century Club Meeting last month for its annual final meeting of the year at the Boathouse on the Bay. The Century Club has not only raised and donated over $100,000 to middle school, high school, Long Beach State and Long Beach City College athletics this year, but they have also shown a lot of community support for the participants too. May, Azevedo, and Fassel took the stage to each share their own stories of overcoming difficulties and how athletics have helped them persevere in their lives. All of them had something unique and memorable to bring to this event.

The Los Angeles native nicknamed “The Turtle” played volleyball for the Long Beach State 49ers of California State University for four years between 1995-1999 where she helped her team win two state championships. May-Treanor went on to compete in the Athens, Beijing, and London Summer Olympics to bring home the gold medal each time. She also played for the United States in the Beach Volleyball World Championships and won gold three times and silver once, so needless to say she is a big deal in the sport and widely recognized. Azevedo is a Brazilian-born American who is widely recognized for his athletics in the pool. He was on the Stanford University water polo team and won the silver medal in the 2008 Beijing Olympic games, as well as the gold in the 2011 Guadalajara games. Fassel is deeply rooted in California as he graduated from Anaheim High School and attended Fullerton College, USC, and Long Beach State. He is most recognized for being the coach of the New York Giants from 1997 to 2003.

May, Azevedo, and Fassel were the speakers at this year’s Long Beach Century Club Meeting that happened earlier this summer in June.

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Mike Torrez Speaking FeeFormer MLB Pitcher Mike Torrez was recently the guest speaker for the Shawnee County Baseball Hall of Fame induction that happened on July 13th. During his speech, Torrez discussed his 18-year career in professional baseball which has been the passion of his life time. In addition to that, he told stories from his youth such as how he first got involved in baseball at the age of nine by serving as the batboy for his State Street School team out of Topeka. Given that Torrez has just been inducted into the Shawnee County Baseball Hall of Fame five years ago, it was fun for both he and the audience to see him return to his home stomping grounds.

The Topeka, Kansas native showed an interest in having a career in baseball at a very young age, which led him to sign as an amateur free agent with the St. Louis Cardinals at the age of 18 in 1964. He made his MLB debut on September 10, 1967 for the Cardinals with whom he played for during the first four years of his career. Before his last day on the MLB pitch, Torrez had played for a number of teams including the Montreal Expos, Baltimore Orioles, Oakland Athletics, New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox and the New York Mets. The highlight of his career was no doubt winning the 1977 World Series Championships while he was with the Yankees.

Torrez recently traveled back to his hometown of Topeka to speak at the Shawnee County Baseball Hall of Fame that happened earlier this month on July 13. It was a special day for the newest members to the hall of fame, as well as for Torrez who hadn’t been back to his stomping grounds in five years.

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Antonio Daniels Speaking FeeFormer NBA player Antonio Daniels traveled to New York earlier this summer to be the speaker for this year’s class of NBA players at the Syracuse University campus. The 3-day program took place over the weekend of June 2nd and was an event to offer the current NBA players a chance to experience broadcasting business through seminars and making presentations in front of TV cameras. During his speech, Daniels told the story of his personal experience from transitioning from the athletic side of playing basketball to the more business side of it, and he discussed his the various radio shows that he did after retiring in 2011. It was a very fun and informative experience for all of those who decided to attend.

The Ohio native got his career started by playing basketball for Bowling Green State University where he attended from 1993-1997. He entered the 1997 NBA draft and was selected in the first round as the fourth overall pick by the Vancouver Grizzlies with whom he played with for two years. Before his retirement from the NBA in 2011, Daniels had played with a number of other teams including the San Antonio Spurs, Portland Trail Blazers, Washington Wizards, Seattle SuperSonics, New Orleans Hornets and the Philadelphia 76ers.

Daniels made the trip to Syracuse University in New York this summer to speak at this year’s 10th Annual Sportscaster U program for NBA players looking for a career after retirement from the court. It was both fun and motivating, which made it an exciting place to be this summer.

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Tom Flick Speaking FeeFormer NFL quarterback for the Cleveland Browns Tom Flick spoke at an Award Banquet on June 14 at the Sheraton Bay Point Resort in Panama City Beach to help celebrate Marcia Johnson’s advancement as president of the statewide organization for clerks of the courts. The conference and banquet topics covered things from a variety of topics such as ethics training, bail bonds, technology updates and human resource tips, and how to handle court duties like child support. Flick participated by discussing many of the strategies he learned in football and how they translate to life off the field. In addition to that, he had a chance to show his support for the Johnson and cheer her on as she advances into the next stage of her career.

The Bellevue, Washington native got his career in football started by playing for the University of Washington where he led the team to win the 1980 Pac-10 Championship. He also managed to bring them to the Rose Bowl in 1981 and the 1979 Sun Bowl. After his graduation, he was picked up by the Washington Redskins in the 1981 NFL draft during the fourth round. After a year he went to New England for two, then Cleveland for two, then one a piece with San Diego and the New York Jets. After his football career was over he created the business Tom Flick Communications and currently resides back in his home state of Washington.

Flick recently visited Pacific City Beach in Florida to serve as the keynote speaker for Marcia Johnson’s banquet where she was sworn in as the president of the Florida Clerks and Comptrollers Association. It was a great day, and the audience even had a chance to hear some sports tales by one of the greats.

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DakESPN hosts their annual My Wish series in conjunction with the Make-a-Wish Foundation, giving the chance to young sports fans to fulfill their sports fantasy. A special nine-year old boy named Raymond Melgarejo from Santa Ana, CA and living with Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis, had his wish to meet his favorite Dallas Cowboys player, Dak Prescott…and it was granted by Dak and Make a Wish.

Owner Jerry Jones, head coach Jason Garrett, Prescott, Jason Witten and the entire team went above and beyond to grant Raymond’s wish and make it a great day at Cowboys headquarters in Frisco, Tex, including riding on Jerry’s personal helicopter as well.

Working together with Make-A-Wish, ESPN produces feature segments on the wishes for airing on SportsCenter, with a new feature debuting daily between Sunday, July 16, and Wednesday, July 19. All features will re-air multiple times on other editions of SportsCenter and will be available on ESPN.com. A series compilation airs on SportsCenter on Thursday, July 20.

Prescott has has quite a year on and off the field winning the 2016 NFL Offensive Player of the Year, named to the Pro Bowl and taking home the ESPY for Best Breakthrough Athlete. Taken in the 4th round of the 2016 draft, he was slated to be the backup to Tony Romo, who went down to injury and quickly become one of the biggest names in Dallas sports.

Over the last year, Dak Prescott has earned the admiration of many fans and most importantly his teammates. He’s done this with his leadership, incredible play on the field, high character and remaining humble off the field. Dak looks to lead his Cowboys to a Super Bowl this 2017 season.

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Corey WoottonFormer NFL player Corey Wootton recently traveled to Roxana, Illinois to deliver the keynote speech for the honors assembly at Roxana High School. The event took place earlier this year on May 11, and Wootton’s words were incredibly motivational and inspiring. In fact, most of the audience were able to see shining examples of Wootton’s true grit and were impressed by what he had to say. The retired athlete had the opportunity to speak to the entire student body of 550 students or so over the course of two separate assemblies and everything went extremely well. He shared stories of his time in the NFL that impressed the students and left them in awe, as well as some of his favorite life lessons that he learned on the field.

The Rutherford, New Jersey native played football during his high school years at Don Bosco Preparatory High School. He ended up attending Northwestern University, and shortly after entered the 2010 NFL Draft where he was selected in the fourth round as the 109th overall pick by the Chicago Bears. Wootton stayed with the Bears until 2013, and then did a year a piece with the Minnesota Vikings and the Detroit Lions before retiring from the sport for good in 2016.

Wootton was the keynote speaker for this year’s honor assembly at Roxana High School where he got a chance to talk to 550 students about his life and how to stay motivated in theirs. He shared great stories with them as well as many words of wisdom

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Frank ShorterOlympian Frank Shorter made a special guest appearance at the Arnold Obey Armed Forces 5K Run that happened on May 20th at Clove Lakes Park in Staten Island, New York. Not only did the athlete spend some time handing out medals at the children’s race, but he also spent a lot of his time signing autographs both before and after the main race. In addition to that, he brought some copies of his book to sell which was produced in 2016 and titled “My Marathon: Reflections On A Gold Medal Life”. It was a fun experience for all of the runners who showed up that day, and a great chance for Shorter to interact with some of his biggest fans.

Shorter was born in Munich, Germany due to his father being stationed there by the U.S. Army. However, he mostly spent his growing up years in Middletown, New York and began to shine as a runner while on the Yale University long-distance running team. In 1969, Shorter first achieved distinction after winning the National Collegiate Athletic Association 10,000-meter title during his senior year and then proceeded to win his first U.S. national title the very next year. Over the course of his career, Shorter appeared in two Olympic games, winning the gold in Munich in 1972 and a silver in Montreal in 1976. In addition to that, he won two more gold medals at the 1971 Cali Pan American Games for the Marathon and 10,000 meter event.

Shorter recently appeared at this year’s Arnold Obey Armed Forces 5K Run that took place earlier this year in May on Staten Island. It was a lot of fun for fans of all ages, and everyone got a great workout in.

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