Pompano Beach, FL – Clifford McAfee joins Black College Championships five-member selection committee that will be task to select the eight teams to take part in the Black College World Series scheduled for May 10-15, 2022. McAfee will assist the committee in creating a championship competitive matchup to evaluate teams using games won, strength of schedule, overall record, and a simple formula. Win and you’re in.
Clifford R. McAfee, Jr, was boring in Pittsburgh, PA. Cliff, graduated at from Carrick High School and went on to Steven Technology School in Lancaster, PA. He joined the Marine Corps, as he served 12 years served two combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. He served in Japan, for four years, and did tours in Korea, and Thailand.
McAfee has written papers on DACA and at his one summer semester at the University of South Florida. He is also, a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. After he graduates, he wants to pursue a career as an Immigration Social Worker. Cliff currently, attends the University of South Florida, and will graduate in August of 2022. He is a sports journalist for Urban Media Today Sports (urbanmediatoday.com). The Vice President of the Student Veterans of America at the University of South Florida main campus. McAfee is a single father of three girls Gianna, Hana, and Grace.