Dr. Rob Bell has PGA Tour credentials as a Sport Psychologist. He was the mental coach for multiple winners on the PGA Tour and has caddied over 20+ events across ten years. He has also written six books on Mental Toughness. https://drrobbell.com.
Many consider Nicholas C. Rowley to be the most accomplished trial lawyer of his generation having won more than $1.5 Billion in verdicts and settlements for injury victims and families across the country.
Through visionary leadership and partnerships with local organizations, the Sharks Alumni Foundation aims to strengthen the Bay Area youth sports community and support other local causes.
Douglas Murray played 10 seasons in the NHL, where he was known as "crankshaft" due to his force, size, and ability to hit other opponents each shift on the ice. After his playing career, Doug founded the San Jose Sharks Alumni Foundation.
Jeremy is a former NFL wide receiver and graduate of the University of Maine. Currently, Jeremy works in the Buffalo Bills front office as their alumni manager and speaks about his journey from un-drafted free agent to the NFL.
Jared completed the World Marathon Challenge (7 marathons on 7 continents in 7 days) to raise awareness for the International Dyslexia Foundation. Jared now speaks and runs, motivating his listeners to get off their couches & encouraging resilience.
Jay Ajayi is a British-born, American football running back for the Philadelphia Eagles and formerly of the Miami Dolphins. He won Super Bowl LII in his first season with Eagles and played his college ball at Boise State.
DeSean Jackson is a wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles. DeSean was a consensus All American during his college days at UC Berkeley and has been to three pro bowls over his 11 year NFL career.
Melvin Gordon is an American football running back for the Los Angeles Chargers. Gordon played his college ball at Wisconsin and was nominated to his first Pro Bowl in 2018.
Donte Deayon is an American football cornerback for the Los Angeles Rams. He played college football at Boise State, where he won the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, and was signed by the New York Giants originally as an undrafted free agent.
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