2018 Celebrity Golf Classic

 

Celebrities

One celebrity will be paired up with a sponsored team.  The celebrity will be the 5th player of your team.   Presenting, Platinum, and Gold Sponsors will have priority selection with celebrities.  Unless noted below, all celebrities will play golf. 

Billy Kennedy: Head Men's Basketball coach at Texas A&M University and tournament host. 

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Steve O'Neal: Played for the NY Jets and set longest
punt record for the NFL.


Matt Bumgardner: Played football at A&M, and graduated in 1999,
to then play for New England Patriots in 2000. Now works in special needs education
at Klein ISD.


Randy McCown: Quarterback for Texas A&M and later quarterback for
Houston Marshals spring football league.

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RC Slocum: Richard Copeland served as the head football coach for the Fightin' Texas Aggies from 1989 to 2002.  He holds the record for most won games as a coach at A&M (123 wins) and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a coach in 2012.


Terrence Murphy: Played football for Texas A&M, and later went on to play in the NFL
for the Green Bay Packers. Terrence is now a CEO broker for TM5 Properties.


Tank Marshall: Played as defensive tackle for Texas A&M (1973-1976), then
later went on to play for the New York Jets.

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Bubba Bean: 4 year starter at Texas A&M, and former NFL running back for
the Atlanta Falcons.


Cameron Spikes: Played football for Texas A&M, then went on to play for the
St. Louis Rams (1999), Houston Texans (2002), and the Arizona Cardinals (2004).


Evan Eike: Offensive line for Texas A&M University


Edd Hargett: former quarter back for Texas A&M University who went on to play professionally for the NFL's New Orleans Saints, and Houston Oilers. He later played for the Shreveport Steamers of the World Football League.


Stephen McGee: Highly regarded quarterback for Texas A&M, and later was signed
to the Dallas Cowboys (2009), and then the Houston Texans (2013).

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Gary Blair: Head Coach for the Texas A&M Women's Basketball team since 2003.  He led TAMU to the national championship in 2011 and is listed in the top 35 of all time winningest active NCAA Division 1 women's basketball coaches.

Bob Ellis: Former, long-time coach of the Texas Aggies Men's Golf Team and led them to SWC Titles in 1982 and 1987.  Ellis is a member of the National Golf Coaches Hall of Fame by the Golf Coaches Association of America.

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Jacob Green: A former American football defensive end and an SEC legend who played football for Texas A&M.  He was an All-American selection after completing 134 tackles and 20 quarterback sacks and also holds records for career fumbles caused as well as season fumbles caused.  Green was a first-round draft pick (10th overall) in 1980 by the Seattle Seahawks and played there for 12 seasons as well as one with the San Francisco 49ers.  

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Travis Labhart: Former wide receiver for Texas A&M and is currently a free agent in the NFL.  He played for the Houston Texas in 2014-2015.

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Ryan Swope: Set records as a Texas A&M wide receiver and was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in 2013.

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Dana Batiste: Dana played for the Fightin' Texas Aggies and was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in 1989.

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Mark Johnson is a Hall of Fame College Baseball Coach who coached the Texas A&M baseball team from 1985 to 2005.

 

Tommy Maxwell: Former Texas A&M defensive back who helped lead the Aggies to a Southwest Conference title in 1967. He was drafted by the Baltimore Colts in the second round. During his 7 seasons in the NFL, Tommy helped the Baltimore Colts win SuperBowl V. 

 

Rex Tucker: Former Fightin' Texas Aggie football player and spent his NFL career with the Chicago Bears for six seasons, one season with the St. Louis Rams, and one with the Detroit Lions.


Boomer White: Texas A&M Baseball's prized 3rd baseman in the 2016 season.