Former NFL Wide Receiver
Michael Clayton is a former wide receiver for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and was a first round draft pick selected in 2004 from Louisana State University (LSU). He played with Tampa Bay for six years before joining the New York Giants in 2010. Michael retired in 2011 after having fantastic career. He played in Super Bowl XLVI with the Giants against the New England Patriots winning one of the most watched Super Bowls in television history. His record: caught 223 passes, 2955 yards and 10 touchdowns.
Michael remains in the Tampa area and is involved with several charities including Life After Football Project, which mentors foster children.
Michael also an author of Chasing My Rookie Year.