Shaedon Sharpe and Shannon Sharpe Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Height, Net Worth, Facts

Shaedon Sharpe and Shannon Sharpe Wiki, Biography

Shaedon Sharpe (born May 30, 2003) is a Canadian professional basketball player for the Portland Trail Blazers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He was a consensus five-star recruit and considered one of the top players in his class at Dream City Christian School in Glendale, Arizona. Sharpe signed with Kentucky but did not play a college game before leaving for the NBA. He was selected seventh overall in the 2022 NBA draft.

Shannon Sharpe (born June 26, 1968) is an American former football tight end who played in the National Football League (NFL) for 14 seasons, primarily with the Denver Broncos. Regarded as one of the greatest tight ends of all time, he ranks third in tight end receptions, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns. He was also the first NFL tight end to amass over 10,000 receiving yards. He is the younger brother of former wide receiver Sterling Sharpe.

Sharpe played college football at Savannah State and was selected by the Broncos in the twentieth round of the 1990 NFL Draft. During his 12 non-consecutive seasons with Denver, he was selected to seven consecutive Pro Bowls and four first-team All-Pros, and won two consecutive Super Bowl titles. In between his Broncos tenures, Sharpe was a member of Baltimore Ravens for two seasons, with whom he received an eighth Pro Bowl selection and won a third Super Bowl title. Sharpe retired as the NFL leader in receptions, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns by a tight end. Following his retirement, Sharpe appeared as an analyst for The NFL Today on CBS Sports and co-hosts Skip and Shannon: Undisputed on Fox Sports 1 with Skip Bayless since 2016. He was inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2011.

Sharpe played basketball for H. B. Beal Secondary School in his hometown of London, Ontario and led his team to an Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations AAA appearance. He moved to Sunrise Christian Academy in Bel Aire, Kansas, where he had a limited production as a sophomore. For his junior season, Sharpe transferred to Dream City Christian School in Glendale, Arizona and assumed a leading role. He averaged 21.4 points and six rebounds per game in the Grind Session. He competed for UPLAY Canada on the Amateur Athletic Union circuit, with whom he was mentored by Dwayne Washington.

Sharpe, the younger brother of former NFL star wide receiver Sterling Sharpe, grew up in Glennville, Georgia, where he was an all-state player in three sports at Glennville High School. He once joked, “We were so poor, a robber once broke into our house and we ended up robbing the robber.” He commented, “I was a terrible student. I didn’t graduate magna cum laude, I graduated ‘Thank you, Lawdy!’ At Savannah State, he played football and basketball, and also competed in track and field. In track, he competed in jumping and throwing events

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