2017 CommRadio NFL Draft Show: Episode 3

Video posted April 19, 2017 in Sports, CommRadio, NFL Draft by NFL Draft Staff

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On Episode 3, the CommRadio NFL Draft staff talks with NFL insider Ian Rapoport, breaks down the top cornerbacks during Stock's Six and much more. Tune in to psucommradio.com April 27 to 29 for draft weekend coverage live from the Philladelphia Art Museum. 

About the Contributors

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Dylan Huberman

Sophomore / Broadcast Journalism

Dylan Huberman is a contributor for ComRadio, co-host of the NFL talk show “The Point After” with Tyler King, and also makes regular appearances for PSNtv’s “Penn State Sports Night.” Nicknamed “Hot-take Huberman” by ComRadio’s own George Stockburger, Dylan is known for his fiery, outside-the-box style of sports analysis. One day, Dylan hopes to make it onto television as a sports analyst or play-by-play announcer, but is very interested in sports radio as well. Follow him on Twitter @dylan_huberman or email him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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Brian McLaughlin

Sophomore / Broadcast Journalism

Brian McLaughlin is a sophomore working in CommRadio as a member of the sports staff. He is a Play-by-Play voice for many Penn State sports for CommRadio and especially enjoys calling baseball and football. Brian has also been a writer and podcast host for every major Penn State sport. Other relevant journalism experience comes from an intern with Gopsusports.com as a beat writer for Penn State Women’s Basketball. In the future, he hopes to work as a Play-by-Play announcer for a professional baseball team.

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George Stockburger

Senior / Journalism

George is currently a student at The Pennsylvania State University studying Broadcast Journalism. He was accepted into the Curley Center for Sports Journalism, and is an active member in the College of Communications radio station.

During his time at Penn State, George covered college football, the NFL, college hockey, and college baseball.

In 2016, George provided play-by-play and color analysis for multiple Penn State sports, including football, mens hockey, and womens hockey for ComRadio.
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George currently works for Fansided Inc. as an editor/expert for “NFL Mocks” covering the NFL, College Football, and NFL Draft. He holds the same title for Fansided’s Philadelphia Phillies site “That Ball’s Outta Here.” Throughout the 2016 football season, George published two weekly columns for Fansided.com.

Previously, he interned for Scout Media, Inc. during the summer of 2016 in Seattle, Washington, where he wrote columns, produced videos, and covered The Opening Football camp at the Nike World Headquarters.

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Samantha Goldstein

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

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Brandon Pelter

Sophomore / Broadcast Journalism and Marketing

Brandon Pelter is a sophomore majoring in broadcast journalism and marketing. During his time with CommRadio, Brandon has served as an editor and Sports Director. This past summer Brandon interned with Westwood One Sports. To contact him, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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Eric Ohlson

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Eric Ohlson is a member of ComRadio’s sports and production staffs. He is majoring in Broadcast Journalism and minoring in Kinesiology and is a member of the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism. Eric has done play-by-play for Penn State lacrosse, volleyball, softball, soccer and hockey, and has served as a producer for volleyball and hockey. A big hockey fan, Eric is the current host of ComRadio’s NHL talk show, “The Sin Bin.” One day, Eric hopes to being doing radio or TV play-by-play for lacrosse, soccer and hockey. Outside of ComRadio, Eric is the VP of the Hands For Heroes Club and spent two years in Army ROTC. He can be reached at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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David Arroyo

Junior / Broadcast Journalism

David Arroyo is both an editor and arts director for CommRadio and also contributes to the sports staff. He has served as a producer for multiple Penn State sports while in CommRadio, has done play by play for Penn State sporting events such as football, basketball and volleyball and co-hosted and produced his own talk show. David has interned at B94.5 (State College). Follow him on Twitter (@_arroyodavid) or email him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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Tom Shively

Sophomore / Broadcast Journalism

Tom Shively is a sophomore from Ashburn, Virginia majoring in broadcast journalism. He is one of the CommRadio editors for the 2016-17 school year. He serves as a men’s basketball producer and has broadcasted several Penn State sports as well as hosting two talk shows airing weekly on CommRadio. Tom also works for GoPSUsports.com, doing feature-style coverage of women’s hockey and men’s gymnastics. E-mail him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or follow him on Twitter @t_shives.

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Jonathan Gross

Junior / Broadcast Journalism

Jon Gross is a junior from Upper Saddle River, New Jersey double-majoring in Broadcast Journalism and International Politics. He has been very involved in CommRadio’s sports department since coming to Penn State. Jonathan actively reports on the Penn State football and basketball teams for the department, both on-air and in-print. Jon also broadcasts football, soccer, baseball softball, and volleyball for CommRadio. He was selected to broadcast the 2017 Rose Bowl Game between Penn State and USC with CommRadio. Jon also hosts The Jon Gross Show and is a co-host on I-95 Sports Talk with George Stockburger. In addition to ComRadio, he is the radio voice of Penn State women’s volleyball for GoPSUsports.com and has broadcasted State College Area High School Football and Basketball with C-NET. He also hosts multiple programs for NittanySports Huddle. Jon aspires to be a play-by-play announcer, talk-show host, or television anchor. You can contact him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and follow his twitter @j_gross31.

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Mike D'Avella

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Mike D’Avella is a senior from West Chester, Pa., majoring in broadcast journalism with a minor in business. He is a sports director, producer, play-by-play voice, talk show personality and beat writer on the sports side of CommRadio. Mike is also a member of the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism. He has completed internships with the Philadelphia Phillies in the summers of 2014 and 2015, MLB.com Advanced Media in the spring of 2016, the State College Spikes Minor League baseball production department in the summer of 2016 and Interscope Records in Santa Monica, California. He is also the drummer in a State College based Alternative Rock band called “The New Feel” who has performed at venues such as the Bryce Jordan Center. Mike plans to pursue a career in sports media or the entertainment industry in the hopes of becoming a producer or radio personality for a sports or music station. You can reach him via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and follow him on Twitter @_mikedavella.

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Sam Goldstein

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Sam Goldstein is a Senior from Cromwell, Connecticut studying broadcast journalism with minors in business, LER and psychology. Sam has worked as a case assistant at the law firm of Gordon & Rees LLP for the past 4 years and hopes to pursue a career in labor law and antitrust law in sports or as a legal analyst. She is the Social Media Director at ComRadio as well as a reporter, anchor and graphic artist for the Centre County Report, an Emmy award winning newscast. You can reach her via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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John McHugh

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

A Long Island native, John McHugh has known that he wanted to pursue sports broadcasting from a young age. Since then he has seized every opportunity he can, coming to Penn State and doing extensive work with ComRadio and other campus media organizations.

In addition to play-by-play, beat writing, and podcasting at ComRadio, John is currently the host of The Fast Lane, Penn State’s only NASCAR talk show, and ComRadio Country Countdown.

In the professional world, John has interned in the Sports Department and News 12 Long Island, in the news department at Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia in the summer of 2016. He has also written for the Automobile Association of America (AAA) Northeast’s website and Car and Travel magazine for the past three summers. 

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Maddie Brightman

Senior / Broadcast Journalism and Spanish

Maddie Brightman is the General Manger of ComRadio and a reporter and producer for the Centre County Report. A member of the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism, Maddie was recently a part of reporting trips to Cuba and Super Bowl 50. At ComRadio, she also serves as a producer for multiple Penn State sports has done play by play for Penn State football, baseball and lacrosse.

Maddie has interned at ESPN, Fox Sports Radio (Los Angeles), WBAL-TV (Baltimore) and 105.7 the Fan (Baltimore). One day, Maddie hopes to work behind the scenes in management or production for a national sports network. Follow her on Twitter @maddiebrightman or email her at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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Dara Cooper

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Dara serves as the News Director for ComRadio, along with being a part of Penn State’s Centre County Report. Throughout her time at Penn State, Dara has interned at various television production companies: Line by Line Productions/ Alex Coletti Productions, Park Slope Productions, ITV Studios, and Lucky Duck Productions. She also currently works at Penn State Athletics as an Assistant Director. After graduation, Dara hopes to work in the broadcast industry as a Director or Producer. 

Dara can be reached at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)