Sports Broadcasting


When watching ballgames is part of a job description, you know you’ve found a nice career. Dylan has been broadcasting games since he was first put behind a mic at a semi-pro baseball game at the age of 16 (audio thankfully not available).

Dylan is currently a play-by-play announcer and analyst for ESPN+, calling football, basketball and baseball in the ASUN and SWAC. When he’s not working professionally, he mentors student sports broadcasters at the University of Central Arkansas’ Purple and Gray Network.

Previously, Dylan was a producer, studio host, and occasional play-by-play broadcaster for the Mississippi Braves, the AA affiliate of the Atlanta Braves. He has been the voice of Mississippi High School Activities Association baseball and basketball championships and provided play-by-play and analysis for many colleges and high schools, including stints with the Southern Arkansas University Muleriders and the Mississippi College Choctaws, where he was part of a broadcast team recognized for Best Sports Coverage by the Mississippi Association of Broadcasters for his work with MC Football.

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Football (Analyst)

Baseball (Play-by-Play)

Blowout banter

“Diving Catch”

“Bad pickoff”

Strikeout (Craig Kimbrel)

Home team home run

Opponent home run

Game Reset

Basketball (Analyst)

Postgame (Student Mentoring — Color)

Think Dylan might be the right fit for your on-air, voiceover, production, or sports broadcasting opportunity? Contact him.

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