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.
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.
David Vassegh is a Dodgers Reporter for MLB Network and the host of "Dodgers Talk" on AM 570. David has been reporting on LA sports since 1998 and is a graduate of Cal State University - Northridge.
Mark Mulder is a former MLB starting pitcher for the Oakland Athletics and St. Louis Cardinals. He was a 2x All-Star and a World Series Champion in 2006. After baseball, Mark turned his focus to golf winning many celebrity tournaments.
Joe Warren is an American greco-roman wrestler and mixed martial artist nicknamed the "Baddest Man on the Planet." He is a 4x, 3 weight, 2 sport World Champion and continues to fight actively.
Mark Knowles is a former Bahamian professional tennis player and former number 1 in the world specializing in doubles tennis. During his 24 year, Knowles won every Grand Slam Tournament at least once and totaled 8 career Grand Slam wins.
Treat Huey is a Filipino-American tennis player who specializes in doubles play. Huey represents the Philippines in international competition and has reached eighteen finals on the ATP World Tour and won 6 titles.
Byron Velvick is a two-time WON Bass U.S. Open champion fisherman who previously held the BASS record for a three day limit. In 2006, Velvick was selected as The Bachelor for Season 6 of the ABC Show.
Timothy O’Donnell is one of the world’s most successful and experienced American long-course triathletes. As a professional, he has earned 50+ podium finishes including over 22 wins at major events throughout the world.
Mirinda Carfrae is an Australian professional triathlete and an Ironman Triathlon world champion. Carfrae has achieved podium positions in six of her seven attempts at the Ironman World Championships.
Robert Forster, P.T., is the founder and CEO of both Forster Physical Therapy™ and the PHASE IV Scientific Health and Performance Center™. He has been in therapy for 35 years, has worked with countless Olympians, authored two books, and speaks.
Eric Karros is a former American MLB first baseman for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Chicago Cubs and Oakland Athletics. Post his playing career, Karros has transitioned seamlessly to television. He is currently color commentator for baseball on FOX.
Geoff Schwartz is the author of 'Eat My Schwartz' and former offensive lineman in the National Football League. He played for 5 teams over his 8 season career and has transitioned well from the gridiron to the business world after his retirement.
Mark Leinweaver speaks on the topic of "How To Get A Job In Sports" based on a career working as a baseball agent, TV & radio broadcaster, media relations director, author, television writer & producer and coaching convention director.
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