Jay Scot Bilas is an ESPN college basketball analyst from the United States. Bilas is a former professional basketball player and coach who played for and assisted Mike Krzyzewski at Duke University. He is also a North Carolina attorney.
At Rolling Hills High School in Rolling Hills Estates, California, Bilas was a consensus Top 50 recruit, averaging 23.5 points and 13.5 rebounds per game in 1982. Bilas was named First Team All-CIF, First Team All-South Bay, Bay League MVP, and Best in the West by the Long Beach Press-Telegram that season.
From 1982 to 1986, Bilas was a four-year starter for Mike Krzyzewski’s Duke University men’s basketball team, helping Duke to the Final Four and National Championship game in 1986. Krzyzewski’s 1982 recruiting class, which included Bilas, Johnny Dawkins, Mark Alarie, and David Henderson, is still the most prolific scoring class in college basketball history.
Jay Bilas Net Worth
Jay Bilas is a $6.5 million net worth and $2 million annual salary sports analyst and producer from the United States. Bilas played basketball for Duke University before becoming an assistant coach. Jay was drafted by the Dallas Mavericks in 1986 and played in Spain’s first division and Italy’s second division.