LeGarrette Blount, a native of Perry, Florida, is a former running back who played nine seasons in the National Football League (NFL). 


Blount achieved much success during his playing days including four seasons with the New England Patriots, where he won two Super Bowl titles and led the league in rushing touchdowns during the 2016 season. In 2017, Blount was part of the Philadelphia Eagles team that won Super Bowl LII, making him one of six players to have consecutive Super Bowl titles for different franchises. He scored 11 playoff rushing touchdowns, which are tied for the sixth-most in NFL history.


Blount recently started his own hemp-derived CBD company called LG's Feel Good, for the main purpose of helping others. This has been a passion project of his since retiring in 2020.



Scott Kingery, born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona began his baseball career with a trip to the 2006 Little League World Series. The Philadelphia Phillies selected him in the second round, 48th overall, of the 2015 MLB Draft and he signed with the team that year. 

Kingery spent the next three seasons rising through the Phillies' farm system, including an appearance at the 2017 All-Star Futures Game. The Phillies signed Kingery to a six-year contract extension just before the 2018 season, and he made his major league debut that opening day. 


Kingery has an identical twin brother named Sam. The two played baseball together through high school, but Sam chose to attend Northern Arizona University for his first year of college.


Gerald McCoy is a six-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle who has played in the NFL for over a decade. Originally from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Gerald attended the University of Oklahoma before being drafted 3rd overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 2010 NFL Draft.  While in college, Gerald was a two-time captain, Big 12 Defensive Freshman of the Year, and was awarded consensus All-American honors in back-to-back years.


Gerald played his first nine seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where he established himself as a dominant force on the defensive line.  During this time, he was a six-time Pro Bowler and three-time NFL All-Pro.  He accumulated over 55 sacks and was one of the top interior defensive linemen in the NFL.  He left the Bucs in 2019 and spent one season each with the Carolina Panthers and Dallas Cowboys.


Off the field, Gerald, his wife Ebony, and their five children, are active in their communities through the Patricia Diane Foundation. Named after Gerald’s late mother, the Foundation aims to uplift single mothers through resources and financial aid. Using his expansive football knowledge, Gerald offers his insights across various sports programming and looks to make a transition to broadcasting, TV, and film when he is done playing. 


Ryan O'Reilly is captain of the National Hockey League's St. Louis Blues where he won the Stanley Cup in 2019. That same year, he was the recipient of the Conn Smythe Award given to the most valuable player of the post-season and the Frank J. Selke Award presented to the forward who best excels in the defensive aspects of the game during the regular season. 


O'Reilly grew up in the small town of Brucefield, Ontario with his four siblings and his parents, Bonnie and Brian, who welcomed many foster children into their home. Ryan continues his advocacy for the foster care system in addition to volunteering for various charities. 


O'Reilly was drafted 33rd overall in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft by the Colorado Avalanche, with whom he spent the first six seasons of his NHL career. In 2015, O'Reilly was traded to the Buffalo Sabres, where he would play three seasons— including some games with his older brother Cal—until being traded to the Blues in 2018.