Sports broadcaster known for winning season one of Dream Job, which earned him a contract as an anchor for ESPN in 2004. He later became a reporter with the Big Ten Network.
He studied journalism at the University of Missouri and won Dream Job a couple months before graduating.
While with the Big Ten Network, he did a segment where he tried to learn how to be an official during a spring football game. He's also done improv comedy.
He grew up in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.
He and Zachariah Selwyn both competed on season one of Dream Job.