Senior Vice President
John joins the group after spending seven years working for the NBA. During the 2011-2012 season, John oversaw 10-12 loggers on a nightly basis and compiled a Nightly Operations Report for multiple league officials. Prior to his time with the NBA offices, John spent six years with the New Jersey Nets in various positions including as the Special Assistant to the Head Coach. In 2006-2007, John was promoted to Nets Basketball Operations Assistant. John was responsible for planning the Nets’ domestic and international travel which included trips to Russia, China and London. In addition, John handled all the travel logistics for college athletes at team sponsored draft workouts. Newly acquired players often times met John first when becoming oriented with the Nets and he made for a smooth and seamless transition to the team. Finally, John spent a lot of his time with the Nets executing statistical analysis and game prep material for the Coaching staff and Management team. John recently completed his Masters in Sports Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He also double majored in Sports Management and Psychology during his under-graduate studies at Rutgers University. He received his BA in Psychology with Honors from Rutgers in 2006.
Director of Broadcasting and Lead Announcer
John Kelly is a Saint Peter’s Prep Alumnus Class of 2004. He graduated Fordham University in May 2009 with a Bachlors Degree in Communications. Kelly worked at WFUV Sports 90.7 FM during his time at Rose Hill. For 4 years Kelly has been the Director of Broadcasting at Marauder Radio Network. Since September 2009 he has handled all Play by Play Broadcasts, Production, and Advertising sales for the Network. Students and he have broadcasted Saint Peter’s games at Giants Stadium, Prudential Center, and at Rutgers. He looks forward to doing it again in 2011-2012. Kelly has done television for MSG VARSITY from September of 2011 to September of 2012. He provided television coverage of Football, Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, and Hockey. Kelly also has done local television in Bloomfield for WBTV on girls’ basketball broadcasts. He is also currently a Junior Account Executive for Frenkel and Company an insurance brokerage in Jersey City, New Jersey. At WFUV Kelly served as an engineer on One on One Broadcasts, beat reporter for the Giants, Islanders, Devils, and Knicks, covered the 2009 Barclays for the PGA Tour and the 2009 NIT, Tampa Bay Devil Rays Spring Training, and provided Color on Fordham Football and Soccer Broadcasts.
Chuck currently lives in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. His passion for scouting and player analysis began as a hobby when he was twelve years old back in Delaware. He attended Brandywine High School in Wilmington, DE where he played Offensive Line and Tight End before graduating in 1999. From 2007-2014 he owned and operated a successful music production, booking, artist management and event management company called Bulldog Promotions & Booking. However, when he relocated to DFW he decided to return his attention to football. When not analyzing college and football players, he works as a Compliance Analyst in Irving, Texas. Chuck joined the Dream Bowl team in 2014 as an intern and now holds the position of Director of Player Development.
2015 Season-Texas Revolution (PIFL)-Served as an Offensive Line Coaching Assistant and Personnel Intern, team reached League championship
2015 Season-Billings Wolves (IFL)- Served as Personnel, Operations & Public Relations Intern
Following his 2008 graduation from Pennsylvania State University, Joe accepted a position with SportStars New York Management Firm in their Marketing, Media, and Endorsements department. He worked with 5 NFL and NBA agents to secure endorsements for the athletes they represented. Since 2010, he has worked for the NBA in a variety of departments including Video Editing and now is a Senior Coordinator in the Referee Operations Department working with management to improve Referee Development and Performance. Joe has worked at the Dream Bowl for 3 years.
Jason Tyrant, Tyrant Scouting
Jason joined The Dream Bowl Team for the 2016-2017 season, as a Personnel Consultant. He works underneath our Scouting Director, and helps to put together a talented roster. He spent time at Edinboro University, and spent six years in the Army including a tour to Afghanistan.
Joseph is currently enrolled at Caldwell University where he is working toward a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Sport Management. Along with that, he is also looking to minor in Psychology. With a GPA of almost 3.7, Joseph has made the Dean’s List in every semester of his college career so far. Joseph takes pride in being the secretary of the Sport Management Club as well as being on the baseball team at Caldwell University as an infielder. With experience in both retail and in amusements, Joseph’s people skills are a great addition to our team.
A graduate of the Brooklyn College Sports Management master’s program, Matthew has worked with the Dream Bowl for the past two years. Matthew also covers the NY Rangers and NY Islanders for multiple media outlets. His experience in media/PR, as well as his willing-to-do-anything attitude has helped him successfully act as the liaison between our staff and the Dream Bowl coaches over the past two years.
Dream Bowl Intern
Daniel Greene graduated from the Boston University Questrom School of Business in 2015. He has experience with corporate event management and sports event management for five years across three continents. As the newest member of the CESM team he is passionate about the Dream Bowl and the unique opportunity it provides for players and scouts. He looks forward to working with CESM to make the fifth Dream Bowl the best one yet.
Miranda is currently an undergraduate senior at Caldwell University and is already going to be taking graduate courses this coming spring semester towards an MBA in Marketing. Along with this, Miranda is pursuing a minor in Sports Management. While dorming at Caldwell, she has become very involved with the campus community. As a member of the inaugural season of the Women’s Lacrosse team, she helped her team make the playoffs in just the third year of the program. She happens to be the Treasurer of the Sports Management Club and also works in the Admissions and Athletic departments. Miranda hopes to one day work in Event Management.