Todd McShay is a football television analyst and commentator from the United States. He works for ESPN as a Senior NFL Draft Analyst and College Football Analyst. He joined ESPN in 2006, where he provided in-depth scouting information on college football players all throughout the country, including the top NFL Draft prospects.
He contributes all year on ESPN’s various platforms, including SportsCenter, College Football Live, NFL Live, ESPN Radio, and ESPN.com. Todd worked full-time for “The War Room” (1999-2006), a new scouting periodical founded by former NFL scout Gary Horton.
Todd Mcshay Age
Todd Mcshay was born in Swampscott, Massachusetts, United States on March 22, 1977. He is 45 years old.
Todd Mcshay Height
Todd stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Todd Mcshay Family
Todd McShay was born and reared in Swampscott, Massachusetts, by his parents, Wayne and Deborah McShay. He grew up with Dave Portnoy, the creator of Barstool Sports, who was his roommate and is still friends with him. He is of black heritage and of African-American descent.
Todd Mcshay Wife
Todd is married to his lovely wife Lauren “Lo” (Sullivan). She graduated from Boston University and is the current owner of LoLo Event Design in Boston. The pair exchanged vows in 2006 and in 2007 they had their first kid.
Todd Mcshay Education
Todd went to North Shore Christian School in Lynn, MA, and then Swampscott High School in Swampscott, MA. He graduated in 1995 after playing quarterback for the Big Blue.
Later, he attended the University of Richmond, where he was a walk-on quarterback for the Spiders in 1995 until suffering a back injury that ended his college career. In 1999, he got his B.A. from Richmond’s Jepson School of Leadership Studies.
Todd Mcshay Salary
Todd receives an annual salary of $82,455.
Todd Mcshay Net Worth
Todd’s approximate net worth is $2 million.
Todd Mcshay Career
Todd began to heat up the conversations surrounding the 2022 NFL draft in the final month of the 2021 NFL regular season, and he kicked it off with his first mock draft of April’s first round, anticipating how the picks will fall and which teams snag a potential franchise quarterback on Day 1. Starting with a toss-up at No. 1 for the Lions, they have one win.
Also, he worked full-time for “The War Room” from 1999 until 2006, a start-up publication developed by Horton that was subsequently purchased by ESPN and rebranded “Scouts Inc.” In 2006, he joined ESPN as a football commentator, where he provided in-depth scouting information on college football players across the country.
He appears on a variety of ESPN programs, including ESPNU Coaches Spotlight, SportsCenter, and ESPN Radio’s NFL Draft coverage. He is frequently seen alongside ESPN college football commentator Mel Kiper, Jr.
He announced his retirement from ESPN on September 7, 2021, to focus on his health and family. This was just three days after he worked as a sideline reporter on an ESPN college football broadcast, during which viewers voiced concern about his well-being on social media during an on-air segment.