Ric Serritella

Born and raised in New Jersey, Serritella had a passion for evaluating football players since his days at Hanover Park High School. He would go on to attend Johnson & Wales University, where he was part of the first graduating class of Sports Entertainment and Event Management. During his time in Providence, RI, he interned for the New England Patriots and ESPN Gravity Games (now known as X-Games). Serritella would join the YES Network in 2002, as part of the production crew for The Mike & The Mad Dog Show, in addition to associate producer for the nationally syndicated NFL Now hosted by Mike Francesa. It was here when the original NFL Draft Bible publication would be born. While he advanced his television career, Serritella began to build his network of NFL executives, coaches, agents, trainers and many other football industry professionals. He went on to become a producer for ESPN Hollywood (2005) and would take on an executive producer role for the T.Ocho Show (2008), featuring Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco. He also helped launch the Wall Street Journal YouTube Channel (2007) and install the MLB Network fiber-optic infrastructure during his tenure as Director of Operations, Sales and Marketing at HTN Communications. Serritella has worked for NBC Sports, USA TODAY, AEG Live on the television side, while appearing frequently on ESPN, CBS Sports, NBC Sports, WFAN on the radio side. He has been privileged enough to interview the likes of Donald Trump, Roger Goodell, Archie Manning, Shaquille O’Neal, Allen Iverson, Danica Patrick, Venus Williams, Howard Stern, Don King, Jay-Z, Madonna, Bon Jovi and many others. After pit stops in New York City, Atlantic City and Las Vegas, Serritella currently resides down the beautiful Jersey Shore with his wife Samantha and daughter Oceanna.