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YouTube We can almost rejoice. Only a few more days and we will be freed of Mel Kiper, Jr. for another six (or more) months. But while he’s still relevant, comedian Frank Caliendo took his best swing at a Kiper impression. He nailed it.
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I’m not usually a huge fan of comedian Frank Caliendo’s work, but I have to give him props here. His impersonation of ESPN NFL Draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. is so spot-on it’s ridiculous.
Over the years, I’m sure we have all become familiar with styling of ESPN’s NFL Draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. So when comedian Frank Caliendo decided to do one of his always spot on impressions on Kiper Jr. you knew it would be worth watching. Watch the footage below of Caliendo as he sounds exactly like Kiper [...]
Impressionist Frank Caliendo nails his impersonation of NFL Draft expert Mel Kiper Jr.
ESPN and Frank Caliendo did a great job on this parody of Mel Kiper Jr. The impression was spot on and is easily one of the best clips I’ve seen ESPN make. Hiring Caliendo has turned out to be a big asset for ESPN, who could forget his awesome Jon Gruden impression?
Comedian Frank Caliendo gives his best Mel Kiper Jr. impression to show the draft guru’s other areas of expertise. Is there any living human being on this planet that Calideno can’t nail?-TO
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Love him or hate him you will get a steady diet of Mel Kiper Jr. when the NFL Draft comes around. Well even if you hate Mel Kiper. Jr. you will absolutely love this delightful impression of the the fast-talking NFL Draft guru. You know former Fox NFL Sunday prognosticator Frank Caliendo for his spot-on impersonations of celebrities such as Charles Barkley, John Madden, and President...
In a pre-taped segment that aired on ESPN before the NFL draft, comedian Frank Caliendo broke out his impression of NFL draft expert Mel Kiper Jr., and he absolutely nailed it.
Fellow NFL draft analyst Todd McShay played the straight man as Caliendo takes Kiper's personality and expands it to topics way outside the NFL world. Brilliantly funny.
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