Presbyterian’s Bethel Making a Name for Himself and the School
Presbyterian College never had a player from their football program be invited to the NFL Combine before this year when star safety Justin Bethel was invited to Indy. Bethel not only was invited to the combine, he finished top five in the vertical jump and the broad jump. His name then began to fly up draft boards and people realized the dual threat late round option that Bethel could be. The Presbyterian Blue Hose safety had nine career-blocked kicks at Presbyterian including a blocked kick returned for a touchdown against California in 2011. The South Carolina native just wants to get on a team and show coaches that he belongs in the NFL.
Mike Esse is a freshman majoring in Broadcast Journalism. To contact him, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Senior / Broadcast Journalism
Mike Esse is a senior from Grosse Pointe, Mich., majoring in broadcast journalism with a minor in business. He is a reporter for the Centre County report with a primary focus in sports. Additionally, he serves as the Student General Manager for ComRadio as well as being a producer, talk show personality and play-by-play voice.
Mike also is a staff writer for gopsusports.com where he covers Penn State women’s basketball and baseball and works for Penn State Athletics in video production. He has completed internships with MLB Advanced Media in Summer 2014 and Westwood One Sports in summer 2013.