Jay Williams Biography
Jay Williams is an eminent basketball player. The moment, He serves since joining back in 2008 for ESPN as a television analyst. Before joining ESPN, Williams served as an analyst for CBS College Sports Network.
Jay Williams Age
Jay was born in Plainfield, New Jersey, United States, on September 10, 1981. He is 40 years old.
Jay Williams Height
Williams stands at an average height of 6 ft 2 inches/ Approx 1.88 m tall.
Jay Williams Education
He attended St. Joseph High School based in Metuchen, New Jersey for his high school diploma. Later on, Jay graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology from the University of Duke.
Jay Williams Family
Despite being a public eye, Jay is a self-contained person when it comes to matters regarding his father, mother, and siblings. Although, research information concerning his family members is ongoing and will be updated as soon as confirmed.
Jay Williams Wife
He is a married man to his appealing wife Nikki Bonacorsi. However, Jay has not disclosed any additional information about his better half.
Jay Williams Children
Jay is a proud father of two amazing young children named Zane David and Amelia Brooklyn Rose.
Jay Williams Salary
Jay receives an annual salary of $97,125. This is according to ESPN News anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Jay Williams Net Worth
Williams has an estimated net worth of $40 Million.
Jay Williams Career
Back in the year 2008, He joined ESPN as an analyst after serving for the network as a commentator in 2003. Jay joined ESPN’s College GameDay at the beginning of the 2014-15 season as an analyst. Additionally, Williams has also co-hosted ESPN Radio’s weekday morning show with Zubin Mehendi and Keyshawn Johnson.
Furthermore, He often contributes to the network’s studio programming including Get Up, First Take, and The Jump. Williams was apportioned with his addition to ESPN’s NBA Countdown program to the NBA full-time in 2019.
Before joining ESPN, Jay served as an analyst for CBS College Sports Network. Williams mainly served in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. Previously, Jay served as a contributor for The Fan in North Carolina at FOX Sports Radio 99.9.