Daniel Shirley Biography
Daniel Shirley is an eminent American sports journalist presently serving as the senior editor for The Athletic since July 2018. There, Shirley mainly deals with college football. Before his current job, he worked for eight months at SEC Country as the assistant editor. Furthermore, Sherley is also an author recognized in 2019 for publishing Mercer’s Moment: Mercer Beats Duke. During his free time, He is seen spending time with his adorable and loving family.
Daniel Shirley Age
Daniel Shirley was born in the United States of America. Unfortunately, his age, date, and year of birth are unavailable. However, this part will be updated as soon as possible.
Daniel Shirley Height
Shirley stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 9 inches (approx. 1.75).
Daniel Shirley Education
He studied at Westside High School and attained his High school Diploma and later decided to further his studies at the University of Clemson and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English.
Daniel Shirley Family
He was brought up under the loving care of his hardworking and supportive parents in the United States of America. Shirley belongs to the white ethnicity and is an American citizen by birth.
Daniel Shirley Wife
He is happily married to his pretty and caring wife Laura. The couple started as best friends before they eventually decided to tie the knot several years ago. Presently, they are proud parents of their two handsome boys namely Ben and Matt. The adorable family of four happily lives in Macon, Georgia.
Daniel Shirley Salary
Daniel’s average salary is $88,680 per year. This is per The Athletic News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Daniel Shirley’s Net Worth
Shirley has an estimated net worth of $1 Million to $5 Million.
Daniel Shirley Career
As of now, Daniel serves as the senior editor for The Athletic mainly dealing with college football since joining in July 2018. Previously, Shirley served as the assistant editor at SEC Country for eight months. He initially began his journalism career in January 2007, when he was hired at the Telegraph as a sports editor for 10 years and 10 months. Being a talented journalist, Daniel has served in Valdosta, Albany, Anderson, and Macon.