Saturday, August 20, 2016

4:00pm - 5:00pm

Celebrity Fantasy Draft: Celebrity Fantasy Draft

Win a chance to draft in a league against the nation's elite fantasy experts and former Denver Broncos

Panelists include:

Joel Dreessen
Joel Dreessen played tight end for nine years in the NFL. Originally drafted in the sixth round by the New York Jets, Joel went on the play for the Houston Texans and Denver Broncos were he was a member of the 2013 AFC Championship team.
Brad Evans
Brad Evans, known as “The Big Noise” is a resident football and college basketball bracketology analyst for Yahoo Sports. Brad appears regularly on the two-time Emmy-nominated webcast "Fantasy Football Live," now in its 10th season, on
Peter Jennings
Jennings has grossed over $10 million in prizes as a daily fantasy expert.
Cecil Lammey
Cecil Lammey is the NFL Insider for 104.3 The Fan and a senior writer for He has several contacts throughout the league and has traveled to every major All Star Game (Shrine Game, Senior Bowl, Texas Vs Nation), Scouting Combine, and NFL Draft each of the last eight years.
Tyler Polumbus
Tyler Polumbus played offensive line for eight years in the NFL. As an undrafted free agent, Tyler played for 5 NFL teams including the Denver Broncos where he was a member of the 2015 Super Bowl Champions.
Adam Schefter
​Adam Schefter joined ESPN as an NFL Insider in August 2009 and appears on a variety of programs, including NFL Insiders, NFL Live, Sunday NFL Countdown, Monday Night Countdown, SportsCenter and more throughout the year. He also contributes regularly to other platforms, such as and ESPN Radio.
Mark Schlereth
​Mark Schlereth is a Three-time Super Bowl champion and former All-Pro offensive guard in the NFL. Mark joined ESPN in 2001 as a NFL analyst. He can be seen on NFL Live, SportsCenter and other shows, including ESPN’s annual Super Bowl week coverage.
Les Shapiro
​Les Shapiro has done it all in Colorado sports.
Brandon Stokley
Brandon Stokley is a 2x Super Bowl winning wide receiver who played in the NFL for 15 years.