Ron Jaworski, former YSU and Philadelphia Eagles quarterback and now a football analyst with ESPN, visited campus last week to meet with Communications students in Kilcawley Center. Jaws, as he is commonly known, was also the among alumni honored at the Bitonte College of Health and Human Services’ Sixth Annual Alumni Recognition Dinner. Jaworski graduated from YSU with a major in Human Performance and Exercise Science. After a 17-year career as an NFL quarterback, today Jaworski is an analyst on ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown, Monday Night Countdown, NFL Matchup, NFL-branded specials, Mike & Mike in the Morning, Pardon the Interruption, and other platforms and shows throughout the year. He previously spent five seasons as the color commentator for Monday Night Football. He lives in Southern New Jersey. His Jaws Youth Playbook program focuses on improving the overall health and wellness of at-risk youth, primarily in the Greater Philadelphia Region. Jaworski owns a business development company called Business Clubs America, and he owns four Signature Golf courses in South Jersey. He also serves as the president of the Maxwell Football Club, co-majority owner of the Philadelphia Soul and sits on the board of PNC Bank. The South Jersey Chamber of Commerce awarded Jaworski the Pinnacle Award for his outstanding volunteer work and longtime service. The United Way honored Jaworski with its Volunteer Leadership Award, the highest award given by United Way.