A former executive vice president with Boston's Winn Development, William Deyesso has served as CEO of the third-party insurance administrator Royal Administration Services since 2000. Outside of his professional pursuits, William Deyesso supports numerous nonprofit organizations, including the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) of the United States' Junior Olympics.
The AAU celebrated its 50th annual Junior Olympic Games in 2016. Numerous prominent athletes received their first taste of national competition through the Junior Olympics. Some notable Junior Olympics alumni include:
1. Jordy Nelson. Before he played college football for Kansas State University and became a National Football League (NFL) draft pick, Nelson competed in track and field at the Junior Olympics. The 32 year old has played eight seasons in the NFL and recorded 63 touchdowns and 7,366 receiving yards.
2. Jackie Joyner-Kersee. A native of Illinois, Joyner-Kersee competed in track and field at the Junior Olympics and became the first American to win the gold medal in the long jump competition. Throughout her career, she won three Olympic gold medals, one silver, and two bronze.
3. Ezekiel Elliot. Another track and field participant in the Junior Olympics, Elliot was drafted fourth overall by the Dallas Cowboys in the 2016 NFL Draft. The running back was named to the Pro Bowl following an impressive rookie season in which he led the league with 1,631 rushing yards.
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