We turned 20 profiles live this past week! Highlights include Clint Mathis, Muggsy Bogues, Ty Law and Antwaan Randle-El.
1. Matt Doherty: Currently an analyst for ESPN’s Big 12 and SEC basketball broadcasts; was a starter on UNC’s 1982 National Championship team with Michael Jordan
2. Jeremy Dobrish: New York based stage director, playwright, artistic leader and teacher. six-time published playwright.
3. Kevin Mawae: Former All-Pro center and member of the NFL 2000′s All-Decade team; played 16 seasons and was an 8X Pro Bowler
4. Danny Kanell: Currently hosts for ESPN’s show UNITE; played quarterback in the NFL for eight seasons from 1996-2004
5. Antwaan Randle-El: Key member of 2006 Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Championship team; only receiver to throw a TD in the Super Bowl in NFL history
6. Ty Law: 3X Super Bowl Champion as a starting cornerback for the New England Patriots (2002, 2004, 2005)
7. Lee Wilkins: Accomplished Broadway performer and choreographer; appeared in the musical, Kiss Me, Kate
8. Muggsy Bogues: Naismith Award winner while at Wake Forest; at 5’3″ he is the shortest player in NBA history, but his tenacity was respected across the league
9. Bob Boone: World Series champion with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1980; 4X MLB All Star
10. Jim Weitzer: Actor currently playing the role of Andre in Broadways Phantom of the Opera
11. Tommy Meyer: MLS Cup winner with the Los Angeles Galaxy in 2012; former first round pick
12. Kevin Hartman: Most wins by a goalkeeper in MLS history (176); only player in MLS history to log over 400 matches
13. Bryan Jordan: Five-year MLS veteran winger, full back and forward; attended Oregon State
14. George Lee Andrews: Broadway actor who has most recently starred in the 2012 revival of the Broadway production Evita.
15. Rick Burleson: 4X MLB All Star short stop and 13 year veteran with the Boston Red Sox and California Angels
16. Winky Wright: Former American light-middleweight boxer; From 1990 to 2012, he had an impressive record of 51-6-1, while competing in eight different countries
17. Dereck Whittenburg: Currently an ESPN college basketball analyst; shot the most memorable air-ball of all time, which led to NC State’s memorable 1983 National Championship
18. Marcelo Sarvas: Midfielder in the MLS who currently plays for the LA Galaxy, whom he won an MLS Cup with in 2012
19. Meredith Patterson: Broadway, television and film actress, best known for her role as “Peggy Sawyer” in the Tony Award-winning revival of 42nd ST
20. Clint Mathis: former midfielder and forward for the United States Men’s National Soccer Team; MLS Cup champion