The Joe Show

With Joey Buckets and Franco Estores

Our Team

Joseph Hastings


My name is Joseph Hastings and I am the President of The Joe Show. I pay attention to all sports, but my designated coverage areas are the NBA and the NFL. I also played baseball and soccer as a kid, which are two sports that I watch occasionally. I will be attending the University of Florida in the College of Journalism, where I hope to develop skills that will boost my abilities to cover sports. Born in Miami and raised in Gainesville, Florida.

Richard German

IMG_3152I am the behind-the-scenes guy for The Joe Show! I manage the site, produce the videos, and even edit the articles. In my free time, I enjoy jamming with my friends on the sax.  I will be attending the University of Florida next year and I am excited for meeting new people in the Class of 2021!

Max Pearton


My name is Max Pearton and I am the head of MLB coverage for The Joe Show. I am a long life baseball enthusiast and pay attention to all games. My personal favorite teams are the Miami Marlins and the Tampa Bay Rays. I like to work out a lot and read about different players training styles and also am a Right-handed pitcher. Gainesville Florida based and Gator sports fan.

Alex Constantinidis


My name is Alex Constantinidis and I am the head of Lacrosse coverage for the Joe Show. I started playing lacrosse when I was in 6th grade and I have been following it ever since. I will continue to play at Queens University of Charlotte as an attackmen/midfielder. I am a fan of the Florida Launch and Charlotte Hounds in the MLL. I have no favorite D1 or D3 team. In D2, I have to roll with the Royals of Queens University of Charlotte. Born in Atlanta GA and raised in Gainesville Florida.

Jimmy Laurin


I am a freshman at the University of Florida. My major is Spanish, and I plan on applying to pharmacy school to obtain my Pharm.D. degree. I was born in Port Charlotte, Florida, and I have played golf and basketball for over a decade now. I enjoy watching all types of sports, but most notably college basketball, the NBA, and the PGA.