Bomani Jones Biography, Age, Wife,Net Worth, Height, Education and Twitter

Bomani Jones Biography

Bomani Jones (Bomani Babatunde Jones) is an American sports journalist who is currently working with the ESPN. He is well for co-hosting in Highly Questionable with Dan Le Batard, before leaving the show in June 2017 to develop his own show, High Noon.
He is also known as a regular panelist on Around the Horn. Jones as well hosts The Right Time with Bomani Jones, which airs daily at 4:00 pm Eastern on ESPN Radio, and the podcast The Evening Jones. He has also written for SB Nation, Salon and Page 2 at ESPN.com.

Bomani Jones Age

Jones was born on 26th of Agust 1980 in Atlanta, Georgia. He is 38 years old as of 2018.

Bomani Jones Height

Bomani stands at a height of 5 feet 1 inch. Additionally, his weight is unknown. Bomani’s hair color is black but he is bald and his eye color is dark brown.

Bomani Jones Family

He was born to parents Mack Jones (father) and Barbara Ann Posey(mother). He was raised along with his two siblings namely, Tayari Jones and Patrice Jones. He is of  American nationality and English ethnicity. His birth sign is Virgo.

Bomani Jones Wife

He is currently not married or engaged and he is taking time for that. Currently, he is single. He has not mentioned his affairs as well. However, once he tweeted a funny tweet mentioning that he dated a beautiful girl in the past but did not mention her name.

Bomani Jones Education

He was enrolled at attended Waller High School, He then graduated from Clark Atlanta University in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in economics. Moreover, he later enrolled for master’s in politics, economics, and business from Claremont Graduate University and a master’s in economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Bomani Jones Career

He began his career as a sports writer, beginning in 2004 he also worked as a music and pop culture critic, including writing for AOL and ESPN.com. He then hosted two radio shows in Raleigh in 2009: The Three Hour Lunch Break on 620 the Bull, and Sports Saturday with Bomani Jones on 850 the Buzz. On the shows ended after the radio stations were sold. In January 2010, he also launched his radio show, The Morning Jones, which was hosted from Durham, North Carolina.
During 2010, he also began appearing as a contributor on ESPN’s Outside the Lines, and as a panelist on Around the Horn. The Morning Jones ended on August 30, 2011. Whereas, he later hosted his own internet shows, The Evening Jones, and Bomani & Jones on SB Nation’s YouTube channel until January 2013. At the same time, he also began guest hosting on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz radio show on The Ticket Miami on Wednesdays. Similarly, he also remained on Highly Questionable until June 2017, when he left the show to prepare for a new project with fellow ESPN talent Pablo S. Torre.

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Prior to his career as a sports writer, beginning in 2004 Jones worked as a music and pop culture critic, including writing for AOL and ESPN.com. From January 2008 to October 2009, Jones hosted two radio shows in Raleigh: The Three Hour Lunch Break on 620 the Bull, and Sports Saturday with Bomani Jones on 850 the Buzz. The shows ended after the radio stations were sold. In January 2010, Jones launched his radio show, The Morning Jones, which was hosted from Durham, North Carolina. Also in 2010, Jones began appearing as a contributor on ESPN’s Outside the Lines, and as a panelist on Around the Horn. The Morning Jones ended on August 30, 2011. Jones later hosted his own internet shows, The Evening Jones, and Bomani & Jones on SB Nation’s YouTube channel until January 2013.
Beginning in 2012, Jones appeared regularly on Dan Le Batard’s ESPN2 show, Dan Le Batard Is Highly Questionable, where he discussed major sports stories with Le Batard. Around the same time, he began guest hosting on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz radio show on The Ticket Miami on Wednesdays. On May 9, 2013, it was reported that Jones had signed a new four-year contract with ESPN. In May 2013, Jones became co-host of the renamed Highly Questionable, which would move to ESPN in March 2015. Jones remained on Highly Questionable until June 2017, when he left the show to prepare for a new project with fellow ESPN talent Pablo S. Torre.
In January 2014, Jones won three consecutive Around the Horn episodes in which he appeared. As of October 30, 2014, Jones has 104 wins in 373 appearances on ESPN’s Around the Horn. On March 30, 2015, The Right Time With Bomani Jones debuted on ESPN Radio. On September 21, 2015, The Right Time was moved to the 4 to 7 PM time slot. On June 4, 2018, Jones co-led the series debut of High Noon with Pablo Torre on ESPN. Jones has served as an adjunct professor at Duke University and Elon University.

Bomani Jones Net Worth

Bomani’s has an estimated salary of around $500 per annum and his net worth is around $5 million according to the sources. his huge salary and net worth are presumed to be coming from his dedication at work.

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