Bonnie-Jill Laflin (born March 15, 1976) is an American model, sportscaster and Television personality.
Bonnie-Jill Laflin is the first and only female NBA scout for the Los Angeles Lakers, and has been awarded a Super Bowl ring with the 49ers and five NBA championship rings with the Lakers. She was a a cheerleader for the world famous Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders and on the cover of their calendar.
Laflin an avid troop supporter has traveled to Afghanistan and Iraq for Goodwill and USO tours—with 18 tours under her belt. Her accolades in the sports industry include broadcasting jobs for: Host of ESPN2’s “SpeedWorld,” correspondent for ESPN, host on NFL Network, cast member of Spike TV’s “Hotlines,” and correspondent for KCAL/KCBS TV. Additionally, Laflin hosts a Fantasy Football and Basketball show on Sirius/XM Satellite, weekly show for the 49ers "Four Downs", ESPN Austin/Dallas hosting pre and post game shows for the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Longhorns.
Bonnie-Jill is currently shooting a sports reality show for E! and is a current contributor to ESPN.com.
She founded her own 501 c3 charity "Hounds and Heroes" dedicated to raising awareness, inspiring hope and creating funding for Charities driven by Heroes. We embrace and support our Military Heroes, First Responder Heroes, Medical Heroes, Education Heroes, Social Cause Heroes, Children Heroes, Animal Rescue and Animal Rights.
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