01. NFL

Eric Dickerson – Hall of Fame running back
Randall Cunningham – Former all-pro and MVP quarterback
Tom Rouen – 2-Time Super Bowl Winning Punter
Burgess Owens – Super Bowl winning safety
Wesley Walker – All-Pro Wide Receiver
Adam Archuleta – Former Starting Safety & NFL Broadcaster
Charles Davis – Fox Sports and NFL Network Broadcaster

02. NBA

John Salley – 4-time NBA Champion
Trent Tucker – NBA Champion Guard
Zendon Hamilton – NBA veteran forward
Hollis Copeland – Former NBA forward
Ian Begley – Sportscaster (ESPN)
Jeff Zillgitt – NBA writer (USA Today)
Peter Vesey – NBA Writer and TV analyst (NY Post, NBC, TBS )
Jared Zweling – NBA analyst (Bleacher Report / Turner Sports)
Anthony Donohue – New York Knicks beat writer (ESPN, SNY)
Al Trautwig – Career Sports Commentator NBA, NHL, Olympics (MSG, NBC, USA)

03. MLB

Paul LoDuca – 4-Time All Star Catcher
Bob Brenly – Former World Series Winning Manger; MLB Broadcaster
Dave Sims – Career sportscaster covering MLB, NFL, NCAAB (ESPN, Fox, Westwood One)

04. NCAA Football

David Shaw – Head Football Coach at Stanford University
George Wrightster – Former NFL tight end and Oregon Duck
Jerry Barca – Notre Dame football author

05. NCAA Basketball

Torey Thomas – US college and European pro basketball player
Seth Davis – CBS and Sports Illustrated College Basketball Lead

06. Other

Martin Khodabakhshian – 12-time National Sports Emmy Winning Producer (ESPN)
Ed “GoGo” Lovelace – NCAA track athlete and trainer
Andrew Muscato – Sports documentary producer
Ed Odeven – Sports journalist in Japan
Richard Rothschild – Sports journalist and historian (Chicago Tribune, SI)
Elizabeth Imus Zero – Comedienne and daughter of Don Imus
Michael Powers – Jazz Musician and sports fan