Jarred Kidd

Jarred Kidd


Jarred Kidd is an aspiring writer who is looking to make a name for himself. Jarred Kidd is a man who enjoys writing in the third person.

No, to be honest I wasn't certain what was expected out of these bio's so I modeled that opening after what some of the top writers had written.

I'm in my mid 20's and within the last year I have graduated from Kutztown University with a degree in Business Administration. The prospects in that field have turned out to be somewhat sparse and not to my liking, so I'm thinking of possibly going back to school for something involving writing and I'm looking to use this site to help improve my talents.

Jarred Kidd, (sorry I couldn't help it) grew up just under an hour Northwest of Philadelphia. I have played basketball, baseball, and football at one point or another up until college. I've been to Phillies and Eagles games at the Vet, Linc, and Citizens Bank. As well as Flyers and Sixers games at First Union/Wells Fargo/ whatever else its been called.

While Kutztown University has my respect in terms of athletics, (Andre Reed people look it up), my college sports tastes lean towards Penn State football and Villanova basketball.

Along with the Philly flavor, or is that Phlavor? My sports interests also include Boxing and MMA and if you wanna take it back farther I grew up on Pro Wrestling.

I've been writing sports related blogs on ESPN for awhile and the editors there have praised some of my work on several occasions. I've had posts featured on Sportsnation and once received a front page link to one of my articles. But I feel like its not the best place to gain a following since its already full of professional writers.

To sum it all up, I'm just a guy with a simple dream. To do what I love and have people respect me for it.

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  • James Woodman posted 2474 days ago

    James Woodman

    if you live in miami why dont u like the heat. i respect your opinion.

  • Matt Goldberg posted 2509 days ago

    Matt Goldberg

    Hey, Jarred,

    Thanks for becoming a "fan", and best to you in your writing here (third person or otherwise), and in your overall career.