The Gamer Hour, (https://www.thegamerhour.com/ ), featured Tennessee Titans’ running back Darrynton Evans last night.
Esportz Network’s unique and captivating talk show, the Gamer Hour, airing on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. PT., features interviews with celebrities from traditional sports, musicians, comedians, and movie stars that enjoy gaming.
Show highlights include Evans and host Chris Puckett facing off in a “Madden” showdown, and Evans discussing his NFL experiences and gaming passions
IRVINE, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, March 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — A competitive titan on and off the football field, Darrynton Evans, running back and kick return specialist for the Tennessee Titans, is also an avid gamer, music producer, rapper, and social media influencer.
Evans enjoys playing and streaming on Twitch his favorite games including “MaddenNFL21,” “Call of Duty: Warzone”, and “NBA2K21” with his friends, fans, and fellow NFL stars. He’s also a formidable #sniper in Call of Duty as well. Check it out here — https://www.tiktok.com/@itzliveee/video/6939976830799727878.
Some of the topics covered in Puckett’s engaging interview with Evans include:
• how it feels to be part of the NFL’s most feared backfield with teammate star running back Derrick Henry,
• his favorite running back to watch before he joined the NFL,
• his excitement about scoring his first NFL touchdown last season,
• expressing his joy on Twitter about his former school Appalachian State ending its 21-year NCAA basketball tournament drought with its first Sun Belt
• what were the most popular video games in his college dorm,
• how talent in video games runs in the family with his cousin becoming a pro esports player,
• growing up playing “Grand Theft Auto” on PlayStation and what he wants to see in the new upcoming version,
• why he wants the NCAA to bring back its college football video game,
• how he felt when he heard his name called on draft night and the moment he realized he had made it to the NFL,
• what is his “why?”,
• and where does he see himself in 10 years.
In an exciting gameplay show finale, Evans and Puckett face off in a “Madden” showdown with Evans playing as his digital self in the game. Don’t miss all the gaming fun and Evans’ and Puckett’s informative game reviews.
You can watch the entire show, which aired on March 23, here:
You can follow Evans’ gaming exploits on Twitch at Twitch.tv/itzLiveee, on IG: @itzLiveee, and TikTok: @itzLiveee.
Drafted by the Titans in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft (93rd overall), Evans showed flashes of promise in his rookie season for the league’s top-ranked offense. After being placed on Injured Reserve after suffering a hamstring injury in the team’s 42-16 Week 4 beatdown of the Buffalo Bills, Evans got back into action late in the season to solidify himself as a solid backup to Henry heading into the 2021 season.
Overall, Evans rushed 14 times for 54 yards and caught two passes for 27 yards and a touchdown across five regular-season games for the Titans. He rushed for one yard in the Titans’ playoff loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
Evans played college football at Appalachian State, where he excelled as a kick returner. He was named the MVP of the 2018 Sun Belt Conference Football Championship Game after totaling 218 total yards. In 2019, Evans was the Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Year with 24 touchdowns, a whopping 1,480 rushing yards, and 2,064 all-purpose yards. He was also named MVP of the 2019 New Orleans Bowl as well as the 2019 Sun Belt Conference Football Championship Game. He also had zero fumbles in 482 career carries, a school record.
Evans comes from an athletic family. His father, Darryl, was an All-American baseball player at Bethune-Cookman, his uncle played for the Philadelphia Phillies, and his mother was a track athlete.
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