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Ravens Material

The Final Drive

This is a daily recap video that quickly reviews the news of that day in a consumable, light-hearted fashion. This video often taps into topics that are hot on social media while taking advantage of some of the resources that come with being part of the team.

Ravens Unscripted

I am one of the two consistent analysts on the weekly television show Ravens Unscripted, which airs throughout the season. The 30-minute program is broadcast on the local Fox affiliate and on the regional sports network Comcast Mid-Atlantic.

Here are some additional videos from my five seasons with the Ravens.

Here’s a recap of the visit to the White House to be honored by President Barack Obama as the Super Bowl XLVII champions.

Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome sat down leading up to the 2013 NFL Draft coming off the Ravens’ second Super Bowl title.

This was a sit-down interview Head Coach John Harbaugh during the buildup to the 2012 NFL Draft.

WEWS-TV (ABC) Material

Here is a collection of some of the sports reporting that I did for WEWS.

This was my final broadcast on our high school football show, which I worked on for two seasons. I established partnerships with local schools in the community to feature their students on our airwaves.

WOUB Compilation Reel

This is a collection of my liveshots, stand-ups, packages and anchoring from my work with WOUB-TV, Gridiron Glory and the

Gridiron Glory

This compilation reel from the 2009 season of Gridiron Glory was selected as the 2010 BEA Best of Festival King Foundation Award for National Student Sports Anchor.

Las Vegas Sun Reporting

Findlay Prep Basketball: Story  was featured on and aired on the Vegas sports television program All-In.

2009 Mountain West Conference Tournament: I reported, produced and edited this piece on deadline for the

NASCAR visits Vegas: I reported, produced and edited this piece on deadline for the

WOUB Reporting

Tomcat Pride: This is a feature story on former Trimble High School quarterback Kacey Cruse, who was deployed to Afghanistan less than one year after graduating from high school. I reported, edited and produced this piece for WOUB’s Newswatch.