Meet the SportsCall Crew!

The ABBY Award Winning SportsCall Auburn is put on by so many helping hands, from newcomers to mainstays!

JJ Jackson

JJ Jackson is the host of SportsCall, Auburn’s First and Favorite Sports Talk Show.

 A native of Asheville, North Carolina, and an A.C. Reynolds High School graduate, Jackson received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism from Auburn University.

While attending Auburn, Jackson served as the sports director for Eagle Eye TV, hosted a variety of sports talk shows on WEGL 91.1 FM, and served as the play-by-play announcer for Auburn University’s Women’s Soccer, Volleyball and Softball teams. Jackson interned with ESPN 106.7 FM in Auburn.

In addition hosting of SportsCall, you can catch Jackson serving as a play-by-play announcer for the Auburn Sports Network and the SEC Network Plus.




Ryan Lavoie

Ryan Lavoie serves as a co-host for SportsCall and has been a part of the show since May 2018.

Lavoie is a 2018 graduate of Auburn University and received his bachelor’s degree in management. He is a native of Birmingham, Alabama, and attended Briarwood Christian High School.

Lavoie spent time at WEGL 91.1 FM as both a co-host and host of many different sports talk shows from 2015-2017 and did play-by-play and color commentary for Auburn softball and Auburn women’s soccer. Additionally, Lavoie worked the board for Opelika High School football games at 97.7 Kicker FM in 2017.






Brooks Childress

Brooks Childress is a co-host for SportsCall and has been a part of the show full-time since July 2019.

Childress is a 2018 graduate of Auburn University’s College of Liberal Arts with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Media Studies. He is a native of Robertsdale, Alabama and a proud graduate of Robertsdale High School.

During his time at Auburn, Childress was part of the sports team at WEGL 91.1 FM. He served in play by play, color analyst, and studio host roles for broadcasts of Auburn Softball, Volleyball, and Soccer. Childress co-hosted several shows including Over The Top, The Xtra Point, and The Wake Up Call. While in college, Childress also was an anchor and reporter for Eagle Eye TV.





Tom Peavy


Tom Peavy serves as co-host of SportCall and has been a part of the show and the Tiger Communications family since 2014.

Peavy has covered Auburn athletics since 1998 after coming to Auburn from his native Columbus, Georgia. He attended Auburn University and earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism in 2002. During his time in college, Peavy served as sports editor of the Auburn Plainsman and also worked part-time for the Opelika-Auburn News and the Columbus (Ga.) Ledger-Enquirer. 

Since graduation, Peavy’s career has seen him win numerous press awards while working at The Auburn Bulletin, The Opelika-Auburn News and Auburn Undercover. Peavy also serves as a Lieutenant with the Southwest Lee County Fire Department located in Auburn.



Brant Daughtry

Brant Daughtry is a co-host for SportsCall and has been a part of Tiger Communications full-time since August 2021.

A native of Warner Robins, Georgia, Daughtry graduated from Perry High School. In May of 2021, he graduated from Middle Georgia State University’s School of Arts and Letters with a degree in New Media and Communications.

While living in Georgia, Daughtry spent three years as a broadcaster for The Middle Georgia Sports Network, covering high school sports in the local area, as well as doing commentary for multiple state championships in football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, and softball. He also spent time creating news segments for Middle Georgia State’s football and softball programs.




Kam Berry

Kam Berry is a co-host for SportsCall and has been a part of the show and the Tiger Communications family since September 2020.

Berry is from Lawrenceville, Georgia and graduated from Collins Hill High School. He attended Auburn University at Montgomery School of Liberal Arts where he graduated in December 2021 with a degree in Communications.
During his time at AUM, Berry worked as an intern with SportCall during the summer of 2020 and also worked with the AUM Athletics Program where he called basketball games as a color commentator.

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