Bomani Jones is a sports journalist, show host, and a writer from the United States. He is famous for being the co-host of Highly Questionable with Dan Le Batard in ESPN. He is also known for being the former writer of SB Nation, Salon, and Page 2 at ESPN.com.
The tall and talented, Bomani Jones was born as Bomani Babatunde Jones in the early 1980s in Atlanta, Georgia, the United States of America to father Mack Jones and mother Barbara Ann Posey. He has one sister named Tayari Jones who is a talented writer and an author.
It's been over a decade Bomani Jones has been active in the TV world but he is still maintaining his profile low and secret. Till date, there is no any information about his love affairs, married life, and spouse in the media.
Though Bomani Jones was born in Atlanta, Georgia, he spent his childhood days in Houston, Texas. There he got enrolled at some high school. After his high school graduation, he joined Clark Atlanta University with a major in economics. He finally earned his bachelor's degree from there in 2001.
Bomani Jones also attended Claremont Graduate University and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
He began his career as a music and pop culture critic. He worked as a writer for AOL and ESPN.com. For several years, he worked as a writer and then he began working as a sports writer since 2004.
In early 2008, he was named as the host of Raleigh: The Three Hour Lunch Break and Sports Saturday with Bomani Jones. He hosted these shows till the end of 2009. In the early 2010, he came out as the host of the radio show, The Morning Jones. He has been working in ESPN since 2010.
On the 4th of June, 2018, Bomani Jones was the co-leading host of the series, High Noon with Pablo Torre on ESPN.
Besides that, Bomani has also been serving as an adjunct professor at the Duke University and Elon University.
The actual figure about his net worth and salary is unknown. However, speculations have it that Bomani Jones has around $5 million as his total net worth with his salary being over $500K per year.