Adam Amin Biography, Age, Height, Early Life, Married, ESPN, Net Worth

Last Updated on September 24, 2023 by Admin

Adam Amin Biography

Adam Amin is an American television and radio sportscaster with ESPN. Before landing at ESPN, the hunk served for the Fox Sports Wisconsin, Turner Sports & Entertainment Digital Network, KUOO, and WCTC.

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Adam Amin Age And Height

Adam Amin is an American television and radio sportscaster with ESPN. He was born on December 19, 1986. Amin is 32 years old as of 2018. His height and body measurements are still under review.

Adam Amin Early Life

Chicago, Illinois native Adam Amin was born on 19th December 1986. His star sign is Sagittarius. Regarding his nationality, he is an American, having a Pakistani ethnic background.

His father, Mohammed immigrated to the United States from Karachi, before Adam was born. Mohammed settled in Chicago and worked in a factory. At the time, his wife, Zubeda along with their three children Ismail, Abdullah, and Mustafa, remained in Pakistan, until Mohammed made enough amount to send for his family in 1985. Adam was born the following year.

For high school, Adam enrolled at Addison Trail High School. Upon graduation, he joined Valparaiso University and graduated in 2009.

Adam Amin Personal life

Amin grew up in Addison, Illinois and attended Valparaiso University, where he served as production director and programming director at WVUR-FM. He was also a studio host and play-by-play announcer for the Valparaiso Crusaders men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, volleyball, softball, and soccer teams.

Amin won numerous state awards from the Indiana Association of Student Broadcasters and was twice named Indiana Collegiate Sportscaster of the Year. His senior year of college, he was a finalist for the Jim Nantz Award.

Adam Amin Married

Like other public figures, Adam Amin has under wrapped his personal stuff. He prefers to maintain his personal life low key. Though the sports commentator actively surfs social networking sites such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, he has not posted a single picture with a lady who is assumed to be his possible wife or girlfriend. Also, there is information about his marriage and affair.

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Adam Amin Career

While at Valparaiso University, Amin began broadcasting with WVUR-FM, the student-run college radio station and called Minor League Baseball games for the Gary SouthShore RailCats of the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball and the Joliet JackHammers of the Northern League.

Between 2007 and 2011, Amin worked as a sportscaster for the Turner Sports & Entertainment Digital Network, Fox Sports Wisconsin, the Horizon League Network, the Illinois High School Association, and served as Sports Director of KUOO in Spirit Lake, Iowa.

In 2010 and 2011, he called games for the Somerset Patriots of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball for WCTC.

ESPN hired Amin in 2011 to call college football and college basketball. He has also called professional and college football, basketball, softball, tennis, volleyball, baseball, and amateur wrestling.

He signed a new contract with ESPN in 2017. In 2018, he called the Final Four of the 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Tournament, the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, and preseason games for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League.

It was announced in 2018 that Amin would do play-by-play for the Chicago Bulls telecast on October 22nd against the Dallas Mavericks and November 14th against the Boston Celtics.

Adam Amin Broadcasting Career

Amin began his professional career at KUOO and KUQQ in Spirit Lake, Iowa, serving as sports director and host of a morning talk show. After less than a year in Iowa, Amin moved on to take the full-time radio broadcaster position with the Somerset Patriots of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball.

The job was not Amin’s first position in Minor League Baseball, having served as a broadcaster and pre-game host for the Gary Southshore Railcats and Joliet Jackhammers while in college.

After two seasons with the Patriots, Amin accepted a contract with ESPN to call high school and college football, basketball, softball, tennis, volleyball, baseball, and wrestling with the station’s family of networks.

Additionally, Amin handled play-by-play and reporting tasks for Turner Sports Digital/NCAA Productions, FOX Sports Wisconsin, the Illinois High School Association, and the Horizon League Network.

Adam Amin Sports USA Radio Network

Beginning in 2012, Amin is one of the voices of the NFL on Sports USA Radio along with Eli Gold, Bob Fitzgerald, and Larry Kahn. He is a play-by-play voice for Sports USA’s coverage of college football and the NFL, making him one of the youngest broadcasters to ever call an NFL game nationally.

Kevin Harlan started his NFL broadcasting for the Kansas City Chiefs at the age of 25, Bob Costas replaced Al Michaels on the NFL on CBS in 1976 at the age of 24, Jim Nantz began calling NFL games in 1988 at age: 29, and Joe Buck called NFL games for Fox in their inaugural season in 1994 at the age of 25.

Adam Amin ESPN

Adam Amin has been a play-by-play commentator for ESPN since joining the company in 2011 at age 24, immediately becoming one of the network’s youngest game-callers.

Calling a multitude of sports and events, he serves as an announcer for Saturday college football on ESPN/ABC, the Women’s Final Four, NBA and MLB coverage, and has been on play-by-play and hosting duties for the Women’s College World Series, the McDonald’s High School All-American Games, the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, and the NCAA wrestling, volleyball, and baseball championships.

Adam Amin NBA, NFL, And MLB

Amin is also one of ESPN Radio’s lead announcers for NBA, NFL, and MLB broadcasts throughout the regular season and playoffs. He holds the distinction of being the youngest play-by-play announcer to call a New Year’s Six Bowl Game after working on ESPN Radio’s coverage of the 2016 Fiesta Bowl.

In 2018, Amin added play-by-play of Chicago Bears preseason NFL telecasts to his portfolio. From 2012 to 2015, he provided play-by-play for Sports USA Radio on NFL and select college football broadcasts, including Auburn’s incredible last-second “Kick Six” victory versus Alabama in the 2013 Iron Bowl.

Prior to joining ESPN, he handled play-by-play, hosting and reporting tasks for Turner Sports Digital/NCAA Productions, FOX Sports Wisconsin, the Illinois High School Association and the Horizon League Network. Amin began his career with stops in Gary, Ind. and Somerset, NJ calling minor league baseball, as a studio host for football and basketball broadcasts at Valparaiso University, and as Sports Director at KUOO Radio in Spirit Lake, Iowa.

Adam Amin Salary And Net Worth

From his job at ESPN, Adam earns an average salary of $75,754 which, undoubtedly adds to his increasing net worth. His net worth is still under review.