Todd McShay Biography
Todd McShay works for ESPN’s Scouts Inc. as the director of college football scouting, and he’s been covering the NFL Draft since 2006. He is also a college football and NFL Draft analyst.
Todd McShay Age
He was born on 22 March 1977 in Swampscott, Massachusetts, United States
Todd McShay Height
He stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.
Todd McShay Education
McShay graduated in 1995 from North Shore Christian School in Lynn, Massachusetts, and Swampscott High School in Swampscott, Massachusetts, where he played quarterback for the Big Blue. He subsequently went on to the University of Richmond, where he was a walk-on in 1995 and served as a scout-team quarterback before suffering a back injury that ended his college career. In 1999, he received a B.A. from Richmond’s Jepson School of Leadership Studies.
Todd McShay Parents
He is the beloved son of Wayne McShay (father) and Deborah McShay(mother).
Todd McShay Wife
He has been married to his lovely wife Lauren “Lo” (Sullivan) McShay. She is a Boston University graduate who owns LoLo Event Design in Boston, is
Todd McShay Kids
He is a loving father of two beautiful children; a son and a daughter.
Todd McShay Mock Draft
McShay issued his newest mock draft for the 2022 NFL draft, which predicts a blitz of edge-rushers to start the proceedings on April 28. McShay kept Michigan’s defensive end, Aidan Hutchinson, as the projected first-round pick for the Jacksonville Jaguars, as he did in his previous mock, but there were some adjustments, starting with the Detroit Lions at No. 2.
Todd McShay Health
In 2020, McShay was hospitalized with COVID-19, causing him to miss the NFL draft. “Todd has ESPN’s full support as he takes a break to focus on his health and family at this time,” said a spokesperson for ESPN.
Todd McShay ESPN
McShay joined ESPN as a college football and NFL Draft analyst in 2006. He provided in-depth scouting information on college football players around the country, including the nation’s top NFL Draft prospects. He contributes all year long to ESPN’s various platforms, including SportsCenter, NFL Live, College Football Live, ESPN Radio, and ESPN.com. He debuted as a college football field analyst in 2014. Since then, he’s worked on Saturday afternoon games with Steve Levy and Brian Griese (2016-19)
Additionally, he has worked with ESPN Saturday Night Primetime with Sean McDonough and Todd Blackledge (2020). He joined ESPN’s NFL Draft commentary team in 2009. Todd made his first appearance on ESPN’s main set at the NFL Draft site in 2011. He made his Round 1 debut, delivering analysis on ABC in prime time in 2021. McShay worked full-time for “The War Room,” a start-up scouting journal founded by former NFL scout Gary Horton. It quickly became a source of information for CBS and The Sporting News, as well as a crosscheck for 16 NFL scouting departments.
Moreover, in 2006, ESPN purchased the company and renamed it Scouts Inc. After working as an undergraduate assistant for the University of Richmond coaching staff, McShay interned for Horton in the summer of 1998. Todd was a quarterback for the Swampscott (Mass.) High School football team from 1991 to 1994 and a backup quarterback for the University of Richmond from 1995 to 1997 until suffering a back injury that ended his college career.
Todd McShay Salary
His annual sale is estimated at $400,000 per year
Todd McShay Networth
He has a networth of approximately $ 8 million.