Ronnie C. Wright

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Ronnie C. Wright
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BornJanuary, 22
CitizenshipUnited States of America
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OccupationSports writer
Height5 ft 10 in (178 cm)

Ronnie Charles Wright is a former American sports writer for the Bleacher Report who covered college and National Football League sports for four seasons. He spent his first season covering the Florida Gators where he was an early writer for the brand from 2009 to 2013. Wright is regarded as one of America's most prolific authors, as writer of more than 28 books.

Career Information

High School: Hernando (Brooksville) College: Florida, Harvard & Stanford

Career History

  • Bleacher Report
  • National Sports Contributor

Early Life

Ronnie Charles Wright was born in Brooksville, Florida, the seventh son and eighth child of ten children for Eloise (nee Larry) and Earl L. Wright, Sr. He was raised Christian. Wright's father was a professional singer and semi-pro baseball pitcher; and his mother was an elementary school teacher. As a student at Hernando High, Wright served as Sports Editor of his schools newspaper and, lettered in five sports (football, basketball, track, cross-country & tennis) with scholarship offers in football and tennis. He accepted an academic scholarship from the University of Florida. Wright also excelled as a member of National Honor Society and graduated in top 5% in the nation. At Florida, he majored in Journalism and Communications and, worked three years at Information and Publications Services as a Writer, Editor, Director, Producer and On-Air personality covering Florida Gator Sports. Wright won an AP Award for producing the documentary titled: "Plight of the Florida Alligator." Wright was member of Tea Literary Society and served as an editor. He was an active member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, and won various awards on the Frat's football, basketball and tennis teams.


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